Genealogy of Thomas Small

Descendants of Thomas SMALL
By
Sally Small, Cathy Morgan, James Louis Small, Dorothy Bailey, Linda Capps Clark, Lora Small Kalbli, Richard Small, Donna Clark Coots, Jim Howe, Bob Tubesing, George Cann, Jewel Bruce


Generation No. 1



1. THOMAS1 SMALL died 1765. He married . She died Bef. 1747.

Notes for THOMAS SMALL:
Thomas was living in Mountfield, Sussex in 1747, but he apparently had moved to Marden, Kent by the 1760's. Perhaps he was living with one of his sons in Marden.

Thomas Small

Last Will and Testament

In the Name of God Amen
Thomas Small of the parish of Mountfield in the County of Sussex, yeoman being in perfect health and of sound mind memory and understanding but considering the uncertainty of this transitory life DO make publish and declare this my last will and Testament in manner and form following (to wit) I give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary who ____r married with Edward Trut[?] the sum of four[?] Shillings of lawful money of Great Britian to be paid to my said daughter by my executors herein Named. All the rest and residue of my personal Estate and all my real estate of what nature or kind soever that I shall be seised of or possed[sic] of or Interested in at the time of my Death I fully give and devise unto my two sons Samuel Small and Thomas Small to be equally divided between them share and share alike. And I do hereby consitute and appoint my said two sons Samuel Small and Thomas Small my Executors of this my last will and Testament and I do hereby revoke all other wills by me made. In Witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal this 21st day of March in the year of our Lord 1747. Thomas Small his Mark. Signed Sealed published and declared to be his last will and Testament in the presence of us who have hereunto Subscribed our names. William Davis Lydia Davis Chadk Chambers

The before registerd will of Thomas Small decd was proved the twenty fourth day of September 1766 before the Reverend William Gewtling[?] Clerk surrogate to the worshipful Francis Simpson Doctor of Laws official general to the Reverend the Archdeacon of Canterbury Lawfully constituted by the Oaths of Samuel Small and Thomas Small the executors named in the said Will they being first sworn duly to perform the same.


[LDS Microfilm, #188997, Church of England, Archdeaconry of Canterbury Court, Probate Records 1763-1767, Volume 97, p. 373]

While the above will does not mention Marden, the index through which the will was located indicated Thomas as being from Marden/Mountfield, and as the record indicates, the will was registered in Canterbury, Kent. [LDS Microfiche, #6035797, Index of Registered Wills in Kent]


More About THOMAS SMALL:
Burial: December 16, 1765, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND1

Children of THOMAS SMALL and are:
i. MARY2 SMALL2, d. Unknown; m. EDWARD TRUT?2; d. Unknown.
2. ii. THOMAS SMALL, d. 1784.
3. iii. SAMUEL SMALL, b. 1740, ENGLAND; d. July 1794, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND.


Generation No. 2



2. THOMAS2 SMALL (THOMAS1)2,3 died 1784. He married SARAH3. She died Unknown.

More About THOMAS SMALL:
Burial: February 05, 1784, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND3

Children of THOMAS SMALL and SARAH are:
i. SARAH3 SMALL3, b. Abt. 1768; d. Unknown.

More About SARAH SMALL:
Christening: May 23, 1768, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND3

ii. MARY SMALL3, b. Abt. 1772; d. Unknown.

More About MARY SMALL:
Christening: July 24, 1772, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND3.

3. SAMUEL2 SMALL (THOMAS1)4 was born 1740 in ENGLAND5, and died July 1794 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND6,7. He married ELIZABETH8,9. She was born 1740 in ENGLAND10, and died 1825 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND.

Notes for SAMUEL SMALL:
Samuel and his family were living in Marden Parish, Kent in 1773. By 1790, they were renting a sizeable farm, called Great Baynden, in Horsmonden, Kent, for 24 pounds a year. The farm, as of 1992, was owned by John Orbach, and was as known as Small's Farm, although no Smalls had lived there since 1819. The farm house at Great Baynden was a large brick structure, begun during the Tudor period and added onto during the Elizabethan and Georgian periods.

Samuel was buried in Marden, Kent, England.

[Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 1]


More About SAMUEL SMALL:
Burial: July 14, 1794, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND11

Notes for ELIZABETH:
Elizabeth was buried beside her husband in the churchyard in Marden, Kent. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 7]


Children of SAMUEL SMALL and ELIZABETH are:
4. i. THOMAS3 SMALL, b. 1767, ENGLAND; d. Bet. 1840 - 1850, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
ii. ELIZABETH SMALL12, b. 1770, ENGLAND12; d. November 1775, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND12,13.

More About ELIZABETH SMALL:
Burial: November 19, 1775, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND13
Christening: September 27, 1779, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND13

iii. ANNA SMALL14, b. 1773, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND14; d. Abt. March 04, 1774, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND14.

Notes for ANNA SMALL:
Anna was about 3 or 4 months old when she died. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 2]


More About ANNA SMALL:
Burial: March 04, 1774, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND15
Christening: December 31, 1773, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND15

iv. JAMES SMALL16, b. 1775, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND16; d. Unknown.

More About JAMES SMALL:
Christening: April 08, 1776, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND17

v. SARAH SMALL18, b. Abt. 1783, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND18; d. Unknown.

More About SARAH SMALL:
Christening: October 12, 1783, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND18.


Generation No. 3



4. THOMAS3 SMALL (SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)19,20 was born 1767 in ENGLAND21, and died Bet. 1840 - 1850 in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA22. He married SARAH SANDERS23 November 17, 1796 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND23,24. She was born Abt. 1776 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND25, and died Unknown.

Notes for THOMAS SMALL:
Thomas, according to his marriage records, was a farmer in Mereworth, Kent, before moving to Horsmonden, Kent in 1796. Upon his return to Horsmonden, Thomas assisted his mother in managing the family farm. Within a few years he appeared on the tax roles as the sole lessee of the farm.

At the time Thomas took over the management of the farm, the land consisted of slightly more than 25 acres. This acreage may have been less than the farm under Samuel's term, as the annual rent was only 18 pounds in 1811. The farm was mainly planted in hops.

Thomas apparently was not affected by the agricultural depression southern England suffered in the late 1810s after the end of the Napoleonic War. In 1819, he moved his family to an 88 acres farm, Little Sheephurst Farm, one mile north of Great Baynden, in Marden Parish. This move entailed a doubling of the family's rent and tithes.

In England at this time, the Church semi-annually levied a tax to suppoet the poor. In 1790, this tax, in Horsmonden, was 1 pound. By 1819, this poor tax had increased to L5, 19s, 7d. In 1819, Thomas was also paying a tithe of L3, 11s, 4d, and an addition levy of L2, 5s on his hops crops. Together, these taxes amounted to more than his annual rent.

The year 1829 saw very bad harvests, followed on Christmas Day by a heavy snow and cold weather that killed many plants and trees in Kent. It is likely this turn of events prompted, or reinforced, the family's decision to emigrate to America. Thomas, and most of his family, left Little Sheephurst Farm in May 1830, and arrived in New York City on 27 June 1830. (The ship they sailed on was the Mary Howland, which departed out of Liverpool, England. The crossing took six weeks, according to family legend.) They probably worked off indentures in New York state, before settling in Ripley County, Indiana about 1831.

Thomas joined the Pipe Creek Baptist Church in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana in March 1834. He "related his experience of mind" at the church meeting of 15 March 1834 and was baptised the next day.

In 1840, Thomas and his wife were noted living in Ripley County, Indiana, with no other persons in their household.

[Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), pp. 1, 7-10; Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net); 1840 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana; LDS Microfilm, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana; and Personal Correspondence,family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 309-10)]


More About THOMAS SMALL:
Christening: July 09, 1767, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND26

Notes for SARAH SANDERS:
Sarah joined the Pipe Creek Baptist Church in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana and was baptised in October 1835. [LDS Mircrofilm, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana]

In 1850, Sarah was living with her daughter Mary and son-in-law Richard Clark. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 10; and 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana]


More About SARAH SANDERS:
Christening: June 30, 1776, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND27

Marriage Notes for THOMAS SMALL and SARAH SANDERS:
Sarah and Thomas were married by Rev. James Marriott of St. Margarets Church in Horsmonden Parish, Kent. Thomas' brother, John, served as witness. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 8]

Sarah and Thomas' marriage banns were read on 16 October, 23 October and 30 October 1780. Their marriage was witnessed by James Small and Thomas Fishenden. [LDS Microfilm, #0992522; and Wigan, Mary, Transcriptions of Horsmonden, Kent, Parish Records, (Kent Family History Society, publication #1798, July 1996)]


Children of THOMAS SMALL and SARAH SANDERS are:
5. i. SAMUEL GEORGE4 SMALL, b. February 05, 1797, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND; d. December 29, 1867, West Branch, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA.
6. ii. MARTHA SMALL, b. 1799, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND; d. Abt. July 28, 1841, Maidstone?, Kent, ENGLAND.
iii. ELIZABETH SMALL28, b. 1801, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND28; d. Unknown.

Notes for ELIZABETH SMALL:
Elizabeth was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 9]


More About ELIZABETH SMALL:
Christening: July 27, 1801, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND29

7. iv. JAMES SMALL, b. 1802, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND; d. 1853, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA.
8. v. STEPHEN SMALL, b. 1804, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND; d. Unknown.
9. vi. JOHN SMALL, b. December 15, 1806, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND; d. Unknown.
vii. SARAH SMALL30, b. 1809, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND30; d. 1824, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND31.

Notes for SARAH SMALL:
Sarah was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 9]


More About SARAH SMALL:
Christening: March 19, 1809, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND32

10. viii. MARY SMALL, b. July 17, 1811, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND; d. May 28, 1862, Pennsylvaniaburg, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
11. ix. EDWARD SMALL, b. April 04, 1814, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND; d. December 05, 1901, Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, USA.
12. x. JANE SMALL, b. May 06, 1816, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND; d. February 03, 1894, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA.
xi. SOPHIA SMALL33, b. July 20, 1819, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND33,34; d. 1837, Hamilton County, Ohio, or Dearborn County, Indiana, USA35.

Notes for SOPHIA SMALL:
Sophia was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 9]

Sophie drowned in the Whitewater River one Saturday in 1837, after having been to Cincinnati with her brother Stephen. [Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey, data from Sunman family letter presumably in Ripley County Historical Society collection]


More About SOPHIA SMALL:
Christening: August 09, 1819, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND36.


Generation No. 4



5. SAMUEL GEORGE4 SMALL (THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)37,38 was born February 05, 1797 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND39,40, and died December 29, 1867 in West Branch, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA41,42. He married ELIZABETH CLARK43,44,45,46,47 January 03, 1831 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA48,49. She was born July 16, 1810 in Frant, Sussex, ENGLAND50,51,52,53, and died June 03, 1900 in West Branch, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA54,55.

Notes for SAMUEL GEORGE SMALL:
Samuel was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent. He emigrated to America in 1830 with his parents.

On 1 June 1831, Samuel purchased 80 acres of government land, consisting of the west half of the southwest quarter of Section 5, Township 9 north, Range 13 east, in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.

At the January 1835 meeting of the Pipe Creek Baptist Church in Ripley County, Indiana, Samuel was received into the church and was baptised. At the October 1839 church meeting, he confessed to drinking. [LDS Microfilm, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana]

He and his family were noted in Ripley County in the 1840 census. In his household at that time were he and his wife, a boy 5-10 years old (Thomas), and a girl less than 5 years old (Sarah).

Samuel applied for citizenship in1840 with his final naturalization papers being recorded in August 1844.

On 13 January 1847 Samuel mortgaged 80 acres of land to Robert Sunman for $200. The land used as collateral was the Samuel's government land in the west half of the southwest quarter of Section 5. Samuel was to repay Robert Sunman, with interest, by 1 January 1848. The mortgage was witnessed by George Byee and T.W. Sunman, and was recorded 10 February 1847. [LDS Microfilm, #1312542, Ripley County, Indiana Deeds, Book O, pp. 220-2]

In the 1850 census, Samuel and his family were recorded living in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. At that time, he was a farmer with $1000 in real estate.

In 1856, Samuel and his family moved to Iowa, probably near Green Mountain, Marshall County, Iowa. In the 1860 census, they are listed in Marshall County, Iowa. At that time, Samuel was a farmer with $150 in personal property. At some point before 1867, Samuel and his wife moved to West Branch, Pawnee County, Nebraska. (Samuel's son George went to Nebraska in 1864.) He was buried in West Branch Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska.

[1840 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana; Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 9; Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey; 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana; Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, General Land Office, Land Patent Search at http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/asp/choosea/asp; LDS Microfilm, for West Branch Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan); Samuel's wife's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper; Samuel's son's obituary in "The Anadrako Tribune," Anadrako, Caddo County, Oklahoma, February 14, 1924, p. 8, col. 3; and 1860 United States Census, Marshall County, Iowa]


More About SAMUEL GEORGE SMALL:
Christening: April 14, 1797, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND56

Notes for ELIZABETH CLARK:
Elizabeth emigrated to the United States with her parents in 1820. She was active in the Baptist Church, first joining the church in Indiana at the age of 12. After she and her husband moved to Iowa in 1856, she helped organize a church at Green Mountain, Iowa. Later, she helped organize a Baptist church in Pawnee County, Nebraska, after the family relocated there.

Elizabeth died at the age of 80 years, 10 months and 18 days, after being stricken with paralysis. While she apparently had periods of physical suffering during the last years of her life, her mind remained clear almost to the end. Her funeral was conducted by Rev. Ballard of Pawnee City at the Lower West Branch (Pawnee County, Nebraska) school house on the morning of 4 June 1900. The text of the funeral services was "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints." Elizabeth was buried next to her husband in the West Branch Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. The procession of mourners from the funeral to the cemetery was over a mile and a half long.

["Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper]

Was this the Betsey Small who joined the Pipe Creek Baptist Church in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana and was baptised in October 1835? [LDS Mircrofilm, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana]


More About ELIZABETH CLARK:
Christening: August 12, 1810, Frant, Sussex, ENGLAND57

Children of SAMUEL SMALL and ELIZABETH CLARK are:
i. SMALL5 1058, d. Unknown, infancy.
ii. SMALL 958, d. Unknown, infancy.
iii. SMALL 858, d. Unknown, infancy.
iv. THOMAS CLARK SMALL59,60,61, b. April 24, 1833, Ripley County, Indiana, USA62,63; d. April 19, 1917, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA63; m. (1) ELIZABETH BOWER64,65, October 13, 1856, Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, USA66,67; b. , Pennsylvania, USA68; d. February 18, 1864, Green Mountain, Marshall County, Iowa, USA68,69; m. (2) ABBIE AMGELIA WATERS70,71,72, October 28, 1866, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA73,74; b. January 12, 1845, Ashtabula County, Ohio, USA75,76,77,78; d. February 21, 1932, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA78.

Notes for THOMAS CLARK SMALL:
In 1850, Thomas was listed in the census, living with his parents in Adams township, Ripley County, Indiana, and earning a living as a farmer. [1850 Census, Adams Townsip, Ripley County, Indiana, USA]

Thomas moved to Iowa in 1855, where he was a farmer. In the 1860 census he was listed, with his family, as a farmer in Marshall County, Iowa with $1600 in real estate and $1000 in personal property. On 14 August 1862 he enlisted in Company K, 23rd Iowa Volunteers, as a private, and was promoted to Sergeant and later to Principal Musician. It is alledged that he was disabled by being poisoned while on duty at Pilot Knob, Missouri in October 1862 and that in June 1863, he suffered from sunstroke, a head injury, discharge of kidneys, chronic diarrhea and piles, so that he remained in the camp hospital at the rear of Vicksburg, Mississippi from 1 July to 13 August 1865. Thomas remained in active service until the end of the Civil War when he was honorably discharged on 26 July 1865 in Harrisburg,Texas as Sergeant Major of his regiment. After the war, he moved to Pawnee County, Nebraska, where he farmed and raised stock.

In the 1870 census, Thomas and his family were listed in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Thomas was a farmer. Thomas evidently served as Justice of the Peace for a time, as he was noted performing the marriage of Ira M Woods and Matilda Partridge at his home in Pawnee County on 26 August 1879. [1870 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages]

In the 1880 census, Thomas was listed as a farmer in Miles Township, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1882, Thomas and his family lived in Section 3 of Pawnee County, Nebraska. Thomas was 6 feet, 2 inches tall, with grey eyes and brown hair. [Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County; and data from Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]

In June 1900, Thomas was reported as living in West Branch, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In the 1900 census, he and his family were listed in Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where Thomas was a farmer who rented his land. In the 1910 census, he and his wife were listed in Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where he owned his home free of mortgage. [his mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper; and 1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Notes for ELIZABETH BOWER:
Eliza was buried in Green Mountain Cemetery in Marshall County, Iowa. [Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County]


Notes for ABBIE AMGELIA WATERS:
Abbie's family moved to Nebraska when she was a child. She was buried in Pawnee City Cemetery in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County; and Personal Correpsondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for THOMAS SMALL and ABBIE WATERS:
Abbie and Thomas were married at the home of the bride's father by Rev. Robert Turner of the Baptist church. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); and LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1858-1879, p. 11, #68]


v. SARAH SMALL79, b. May 07, 1837, Ripley County, Indiana, USA79,80,81,82; d. February 03, 1914, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA83; m. MILO ADAM TUCKER83,84, October 21, 1855, Ripley County, Indiana, USA85,86; b. September 11, 1833, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA87,88,89; d. May 18, 1918, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA90.

Notes for SARAH SMALL:
As of 1900, Sarah and her husband were living in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas. She was buried in the Union Cemetery there. [her mother's Newspaper Obituary, "Beattie (Marshall County, Kansas) Eagle", 8 June 1900; and Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


More About SARAH SMALL:
Burial: February 05, 1914, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA90

Notes for MILO ADAM TUCKER:
Shortly after his marriage, Milo moved to Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa. In 1860, Milo and his family lived in Albion, Marshall County, Iowa, where Milo was a farmer with personal property of $300 and real estate of $3000.

Milo enlisted in Company K of the 23rd Voluntary Infantry from Iowa on 14 August 1862. His wife's brother George Small was also in the same unit. While serving at Vickburg, Mississippi, Milo met his cousin David Tucker from Indiana. He was discharged from the army on 9 May 1868. Milo moved to Nebraska after his discharge.

(David Tucker was a minister, son of Rev. William Tucker, son of John Tucker and Margaret. David visted Milo in Beattie, Kansas and wrote a small editorial for the newspaper denouncing saloons and beer dirnking in Kansas.)

By 1870, Milo had moved to Pawnee County, Nebraska where he was a farmer with real estate of $4300 and personal property of $819. In the 1875 Kansas census, Milo was noted in Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas as a farmer with $2000 in personal property and 160 acres worth $2000. The 1875 census records suggest Milo raised wheat, corn, potatoes, sorghum, and owned a quantity of cattle and a few other farm animals (8 horses, 2 pigs).

In 1880, Milo was listed as a hotel keeper in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Besides his wife and children, also listed in his household were a neice, Emma Small, and four boarders. This business apparently did not suit Milo, as he was soon back in Kansas.

By 1885 and continuing at least until 1910, Milo was a meat shop salesman and grocer, living with his family in Beattie, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas. He owned his home free of mortgage. During his time in Beattie, Milo served as mayor, city police judge, and postmaster. He helped organize the Methodist church and GAR post. It was his practice to vote a straight Republican ticket.

In 1915, Milo's son Thomas and his family had moved to Milo's home to care for him. He was buried in Union Cemetery in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas.

[1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska; 1885, 1895, 1905 and 1915 Kansas State Censuses, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas; 1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas; and Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


More About MILO ADAM TUCKER:
Burial: May 21, 1918, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA90

vi. GEORGE W SMALL91,92,93, b. July 20, 1841, Ripley County, Indiana, USA94,95,96; d. February 09, 1924, Anadarko, Caddo County, Oklahoma, USA97; m. IDA MILLER98,99, June 01, 1892, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA100; b. November 1858, Iowa, USA101,102; d. Aft. February 1924.

Notes for GEORGE W SMALL:
George attended public schools in Indiana and Iowa. He relocated to Nebraska in 1864 and homesteaded 160 acres in Pawnee County, Nebraska. George and his sister Sarah's husband were in the same Army unit during the Civil War. The two families visited quite frequently.

In the 1870 census, George was listed as a farmer in Township 1, Range 10 of Pawnee County, Nebraska. Also in his household were his mother, sisters Phebe and Elizabeth, and a 2-year old child, Bertha R Small. In the 1880 census, George was listed in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Living in his household were his mother, niece Bertha (12 years old, born in Nebraska, mother born in Iowa), and his sister Elizabeth with her husband and two children.

In 1900, George and his wife were living in West Branch, Pawnee Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. At that time they were renting the farm where they lived.

The spring after the opening of the town of Anadrako in Caddo County, Oklahoma, George and his wife relocated to that town, residing at 210 North Kansas Avenue. George was active in the Christian church and was converted and united with that church when he was 60 years of age. he served as deacon and then as elder until his hearing became too impaired to perform those duties.

[Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); "The Anadrako Tribune," Anadrako, Caddo County, Oklahoma, February 14, 1924, p. 8, col. 3; his mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper; and 1870, 1880 and 1900 United States Censuses, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


More About GEORGE W SMALL:
Burial: February 10, 1924, Anadarko, Caddo County, Oklahoma, USA

Marriage Notes for GEORGE SMALL and IDA MILLER:
George and Ida were married by O.H. Derry, with Mrs. Jane Stauffer and Ella Miller as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages]


vii. CHARLOTTE SMALL103, b. April 24, 1844, Ripley County, Indiana, USA103,104,105; d. October 09, 1941, Lincoln, Gage County, Nebraska, USA106; m. JOHN EDGAR WOODS106,107,108, February 11, 1867, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA109,110,111; b. November 14, 1841, Indiana, USA112; d. March 15, 1933, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA112.

Notes for CHARLOTTE SMALL:
As of June 1900, Charlotte and her husband lived in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. She was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. [her mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper; and Personal Correpsondence, Leonard Steiner as forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Notes for JOHN EDGAR WOODS:
In 1880, John was a farmer living in Steinaer Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In the 1910 census, John was listed as a stockman who raised fine horses in Pawnee City Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, and owned his farm free of mortgage. He was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, in Pawnee County, Nebraska. His tombstone indicates he was a member of Company E of the Nebraska Cavalry. [1880 United States Census, Steinaer Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and 1910 United States Census, Pawnee City Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correspondence, Leonard Steiner as forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for CHARLOTTE SMALL and JOHN WOODS:
Charlotte and John were married by Rev. R. Turner, at Rev. Turner's residence. [LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1858-1879, p. 11, #75]


viii. PHEBE SMALL113, b. April 14, 1847, Ripley County, Indiana, USA113,114; d. September 27, 1939, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA114; m. (2) DAVID RILEY114, November 14, 1876, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA114; b. Bet. 1852 - 1853, CANADA115,116; d. Unknown.

Notes for PHEBE SMALL:
As of June 1900, Phebe and her husband lived in Edmond, Norton County, Kansas. [her mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper)]


Notes for DAVID RILEY:
In 1880, David was a farm laborer and was living in Clay Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Also in his household at that time was a 12-year old girl, Bertha Riley, born in Nebraska. [1880 United States Census, Clay Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for PHEBE SMALL and DAVID RILEY:
Phebe and David were married at the bride's mother's house, by Elder Robert Turner. The marriage was witnessed by Mary P. Turner and Ocessa Turner, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska. The marriage license was returned on 2 Decmber 1876. [LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B, p. 113, #497]


ix. JANE SMALL117, b. January 02, 1850, Ripley County, Indiana, USA117,118; d. February 03, 1934, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA118; m. BENJAMIN MERRILLS BOGUE118,119, March 07, 1868, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1842, Ohio, USA120,121; d. March 08, 1922, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA122.

Notes for JANE SMALL:
As of June 1900, Jane and her husband lived in West Branch, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Jane was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [her mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper; and Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Notes for BENJAMIN MERRILLS BOGUE:
In 1880, Merrills was a farmer living in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1910, he was still a farmer in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, and owned his home free of mortgage. By 1920, Merrills was retired and living in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where he owned his home free of mortgage. He was buried in Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1880 and 1910 United States Censuses, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; 1920 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correpsondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for JANE SMALL and BENJAMIN BOGUE:
Jane and Benjamin were married at the residence of M.A. Tucker by Thomas J. Griggs, Justice of the Peace. M.A. Tucker [Jane's brother-in-law, Milo] and S. Cunningham, both of Pawnee County, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1858-1879]


x. ELIZABETH C SMALL123,124,125, b. April 14, 1856, Ripley County, Indiana, USA126; d. September 12, 1939, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA126; m. JOHN L STALL127,128, March 30, 1876, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1854, Ohio, USA129,130; d. Unknown.

Notes for ELIZABETH C SMALL:
As of June 1900, Elizabeth and her husband lived in Steinaur, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [her mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper)]


Notes for JOHN L STALL:
In 1880, John and his family were living with his brother-in-law, Geroge Small, in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. John was listed as a blacksmith. [1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska]

In the 1910 census, John was listed as a blacksmith in Clear Creek Precinct (Steinhauer), Pawnee County, Nebraska. At that time he was renting his residence. [1910 United States Census, Clear Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH SMALL and JOHN STALL:
Lizzie and John were married at the bride's mother's residence by Elder Robert Turner. The wedding was witnessed by Mary Turner and Caesa Turner. [LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B, p. 105, #457]
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6. MARTHA4 SMALL (THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)131 was born 1799 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND131, and died Abt. July 28, 1841 in Maidstone?, Kent, ENGLAND132. She married WILLIAM SOUTHON133 1824 in Marden, Kent ENGLAND133. He was born 1794 in Marden, Kent, ENGLAND134, and died Abt. September 10, 1867 in Maidstone?, Kent, ENGLAND135.

Notes for MARTHA SMALL:
Marthal was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent.

As a result of having a child out of wedlock, Martha was required to pay the Marden Parish sixpence each week "so long as the said bastard child shall be chargeable to the said parish of Marden in case she shall not nurse and take care of the child herself."

[Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), pp. 9-10]


More About MARTHA SMALL:
Burial: July 28, 1841, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND
Christening: January 13, 1799, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND136

Notes for WILLIAM SOUTHON:
William was a butcher.

Upon complaint by the Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor of Marden Parish, in 1822, Justices of the Peace Robert Moneypenny and John Cobb required William to pay the parish L1,3s,6d for the "cost of his apprehension" and 2 shillings a week for "keeping, sustentation, and maintenance of said bastard child" [his son William, born out of wedlock]. The associated legal documetns stated "William Southon of Marden, in the same county, butcher, did beget the said bastard child on the body of her the said Martha Small..."

[Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 10-11]


More About WILLIAM SOUTHON:
Burial: September 10, 1867, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND

Children of MARTHA SMALL and WILLIAM SOUTHON are:
i. WILLIAM SOUTHON5 SMALL137, b. 1819, Cranbrook Parish, Kent, ENGLAND137; d. Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM SOUTHON SMALL:
William was christened in 1820. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 10]


More About WILLIAM SOUTHON SMALL:
Christening: April 10, 1820, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND138

ii. HENRY SOUTHON139, b. July 19, 1822, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Abt. 1892, Kent, ENGLAND139.
iii. SARAH SOUTHON139, b. February 03, 1825, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Abt. 1895, Kent, ENGLAND139.
iv. GEORGE SOUTHON139, b. February 03, 1827, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Bet. April - July 1884, Milton, Kent, ENGLAND139; m. FRANCES139, Bet. January - March 1856, Elham, Kent, ENGLAND139; b. Abt. 1838139; d. Bet. October - December 1916139.
v. STEPHEN SOUTHON139, b. October 21, 1828, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Abt. 1903, ENGLAND139.
vi. ELIZABETH SOUTHON139, b. Abt. 1830, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Abt. 1905, ENGLAND139.
vii. THOMAS SOUTHON139, b. Abt. 1833, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Abt. 1908, ENGLAND139.
viii. DULCIBELLA SOUTHON139, b. Abt. 1837, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Unknown; m. (1) , Bet. April - June 1881, Malling, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Unknown; m. (2) , Bet. April - June 1881, Malling, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Unknown.
ix. RICHARD SOUTHON139, b. 1837, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Abt. November 27, 1837, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139.

More About RICHARD SOUTHON:
Burial: November 27, 1837, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139

x. CHARLES SOUTHON139, b. 1839, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139; d. Abt. September 15, 1840, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139.

More About CHARLES SOUTHON:
Burial: September 15, 1840, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND139.

7. JAMES4 SMALL (THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)140 was born 1802 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND141,142, and died 1853 in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA143. He married JANE ROWE144 Abt. 1829. She was born 1800 in Horsmonden?, Kent, England145, and died January 14, 1879 in Acton, Marion County, Indiana, USA146,147.

Notes for JAMES SMALL:
James was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent. It is likely he worked on the family farm as a youth, but about the time of his marriage he was working as a miller at the mill adjacent to the former family land on Sheephurst Lane. Because his wife Jane was pregnant at the time James' parents and siblings left for America, James and Jane did not emigrate with them.

In the summer of 1830, James and his wife rented a cottage for L2.10s quarterly. As this was at the high end of the rent scale at the time, James must have been doing alright financially. The agricultural situation was not good, though with the recent bad harvest and low crop prices. Agricultural riots occured in Kent in late 1830, with farm workers' anger directed at millers as well as farmers. In the August 1831 records of his son's baptism, James' occupation was given as "miller." In May 1832, at his daughter's christening, his occupation was listed as "servant." James had already sailed for America by that time, so it is unclear if that was his occupation in the United States, or if he had been laid off from his milling job prior to his departure.

James came to America in 1831, probably arriving in New York from London (or in Philadelphia on 10 October 1831). He apparently indentured himself to one of the large flour mills in Seneca Falls, New York. On 18 September 1839, James purchased 7 acres containing the grist mill on Pool's Brook east of Kirkville in Manilius Township, Onondaga County, New York from Jonathon and Anna Worden for $3400. Unfortunately, with the opening of the Erie Canal, business dropped off and James defaulted on his mortgage after his first year's payment, loosing his land and investment to Jonathon Worden at a 22 January 1842 public auction.

James and his family then located in Hamilton County, Ohio. In 1850 the family was living near West Harrison, Harrison Township, Dearborn County, just across the state line from Harrison, Ohio. In West Harrison, the family was sharing a house with Alvin G. Febb, a farmer, and his wife and five children. At this time, James may have worked at Bond's Mill on the Whitewater River near West Harrison.

James is also believed to have operated or worked in a flouring mill in either Metamora or Brookville, Indiana, on the Whitewater Canal.

James tombstone indicates he died in 1853, although his son Edward's biography states he died in 1861. Edward also claimed his father was born in 1808. James' will was probated in Hamilton County, Ohio, so he was probably living there at the time of his death. His estate was valued at $700.

[Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 1; Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), pp. 9, 13-19; and History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535]

Other sources give James' death date as 1853. He was buried in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA.


More About JAMES SMALL:
Christening: April 03, 1803, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND148

Notes for JANE ROWE:
Jane stayed behind in England with her children, while her husband James went to America and saved the money necessary for their passage. Jane and the children arrived in New York on the Lady Rowena 19 June 1834.

After her husband's death until at least 1860, Jane was living with her son John in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio where she was listed in the 1860 Ohio census as being 60 years of age and born in England. She later lived with her son Edward in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, where she met her second husband. Jane died from dropsy (edema) and was buried beside her husband James in Glen Haven Cemetary, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio.

After her second marriage, Jane and her new husband (and possibly daughter Mary) moved to Acton, Marion County, Indiana.

Jane's name may have been Elizabeth Jane as the 1850 census lists her as Elizabeth. The 1860 census and her tombstone indicate she was born in 1800.

[Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3-4; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), pp. 14, 17-19]


More About JANE ROWE:
Burial: Unknown, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA149

Marriage Notes for JAMES SMALL and JANE ROWE:
James and Jane may have married in the Congregational Church in Marden, Kent, rather than in the Anglican Church, as many of the parishioners of the time were known to dislike the local Anglican vicar. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 17]


Children of JAMES SMALL and JANE ROWE are:
i. JOHN C5 SMALL150,151, b. 1830, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND151; d. 1912, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA152,153; m. MARGARET E. DORE154,155,156; b. 1841, Ireland157,158; d. 1913, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA159,160.

Notes for JOHN C SMALL:
John operated a sucessful grocery store in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio for over 40 years. As a youth he had worked as a miller. John was identified with the early growth of Harrison, Ohio, and died at his home on Park Avenue after an illness. He was buried in Glen Haven Cemetery in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 19-20]


More About JOHN C SMALL:
Christening: August 07, 1831, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND161

Notes for MARGARET E. DORE:
Margaret was buried beside her husband in Glen Haven Cemetery, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 20]


ii. ELIZABETH SMALL162, b. 1832, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND162; d. Unknown; m. WILLIAM OYLER163, July 04, 1850, Dearborn County, Indiana, USA163; b. Abt. 1830, ENGLAND164; d. Unknown.

More About ELIZABETH SMALL:
Christening: May 06, 1832, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND165

Notes for WILLIAM OYLER:
In the 1860 census, William and his family were listed in Center Township, Marion County, Indiana. At that time, he was a varnisher, with personal property worth $75. [1860 United States Census, Center Township, Marion County, Indiana]


iii. EDWARD SMALL166,167, b. September 07, 1835, Seneca Falls, Seneca County, New York, USA168,169,170; d. December 27, 1916, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA171; m. MARY ANN MORRISON172,173,174,175, September 27, 1864, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA176; b. 1847, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA177; d. September 21, 1928, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA178,179.

Notes for EDWARD SMALL:
As a young man in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, Edward worked as a carriage trimmer. About the time of his father's death, Edward moved to Mt. Carmel, Franklin County, Indiana, where he was working as a painter and living in a small hotel in 1860. Shortly after, he moved to Shelby County, Indiana.

According to family tradition, Edward arrived in Shelbyville penniless and attempted to beg a meal at the Morrison House, a well-known boarding house. While he was originally turned away, Mary Morrison, a daughter of the proprietor and who would later become his wife, called him back for a meal. Regardless of the truthfulness of the story, Edward was soon boarding at the Morrison House while working at the McGuire carriage company.

Edward served in the Civil War 20 months as a member of Comapny G, Thirty-seventh Regiment, Indiana Infantry. He enlisted at Lawrenceburg, Dearborn County, Indiana on 15 October 1861, listing Franklin County as his home of record. During one battle, Edward beceived bullet wounds in the ankle and stomach. He became ill at the Battle of Stone River (31 December 1862 to 2 January 1863 in Tennesee) and spent considerable time in the hospital before being discharged on 26 May 1863 for physical disability. His war wounds bothered him for the rest of his life.

While working at the carriage trimming business in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, Edward met Samuel Hamilton, a banker, and John Elliot, a financier. With their encouragment, he entered into the confectionary business. Edward also operated the first five- and ten-cent store in Shelbyville, as well as an extensive news service.

Edward was a charter member of the Board of Directors of the Shelby Building and Loan Association when it was organized in 1908. He was also a member of the original Board of Members of the Forest Hill Cemetery, founded in 1884. Edward and his family lived on Tompkins Street in Shelbyville in 1880, moving to 142 West Mechanic Street prior to 1890.

In 1882, Edward became the guardian of his brother David's children. Throughout his life, Edward was a stern and strict man, and one of his outbursts provoked one nephew to run away, never to heard from again.

Edward died at his Mechanic Street home after suffering some weeks from a complication of diseases. The official cause of death was listed as heart disease. He was buried in Lot 143, Section 7 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved in his burial was Ralph Edwards.

[History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535; Personal Correspondence, Richard M. Small; Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records; and Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4-6]


Notes for MARY ANN MORRISON:
Mary was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, and was active in church affairs and activities as long as her health permitted. She was a charter member of the local Women's Relief Corps, and was member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She died at home, on West Mechanic Street, after a long period of illness. She was remembered as a loving grandmother, having ofter consoled grandchildren after one of her husband's outbursts. Mary was buried next to her husband in Lot 143, Section 7 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved with her burial was Ralph Edwards.

[Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6; and Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


iv. MARY SMALL180,181, b. September 1837, Seneca Falls, Seneca County, New York, USA182,183,184; d. 1924, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA185.

Notes for MARY SMALL:
Mary never married. In the 1840 and 1850 censuses, she is listed living with her parents. In 1860, she was listed living with her sister Elizabeth's family in Indianapolis. In 1870, Mary was living with her brother John's family in Harrision, Hamilton County, Ohio. Mary and her deceased brother David's children may have lived for a time with her brother Edward in Shelbyville, Indiana. After her nephew Clint ran away from Edward's home, Mary returned to Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, with her remaining niece and nephew, where Mary and her niece Jessie were noted in the 1900 census. After Jessie's marriage, Mary lived with Jessie and her husband in Harrison, Ohio. Mary was buried next to her parents in Glen Haven Cemetery, Hamilton, Harrison County, Ohio. [1860 United States Census, Center Township, Marion County, Indiana; Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3-4; and Personal Correspondence with James L. Small]


v. DAVID W SMALL186,187, b. 1842, Hamilton County?, Ohio, USA188,189; d. July 01, 1879, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, USA190,191; m. AMANDA WALKER192,193, 1871, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, USA194,195; b. Abt. 1852, Indiana, USA196,197; d. Unknown.

Notes for DAVID W SMALL:
In the 1860 Ohio census, David was listed as 18 years old, living with his mother, and with an occupation of varnisher.

In the 1870 census, David was a boarder at the Carr House hotel in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana with personal property valued at $4371. He was a bookseller. After his marriage, David owned a variety store on Main Street in Rushville, specializing in books, periodicals, notions and toys. He and his family lived on Ruth Street (now 1st Street), two blocks west of the Court House between Hackson and Harrison Streets. David died of heart trouble six months after his mother's death and was buried in East Hill Cemetery outside of Rushville, Indiana. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 20-21]


More About DAVID W SMALL:
Burial: Unknown, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, USA

Notes for AMANDA WALKER:
After her husband's death, a guardian was appointed to look after the children's financial assets (they had inherited 2/3 of thier father's estate) while they remained at home with Amanda. The first guardian died after a year, so a second was appointed. In the spring of 1881, Amanda abondoned the children, settling in St. Louis, Missouri, after time on the west coast. The children were moved to Shelbyville, Indiana to live with their uncle Edward. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 21]


Marriage Notes for DAVID SMALL and AMANDA WALKER:
David and Amanda were married at the Carr House hotel by the Reverend E.W. Thompson. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 20]
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8. STEPHEN4 SMALL (THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)198 was born 1804 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND198, and died Unknown. He married ANN JENNINGS199,200,201 September 24, 1832 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA202,203. She was born Abt. 1813 in Lamberhurst, Sussex, ENGLAND, and died Unknown.

Notes for STEPHEN SMALL:
Stephen was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent. He emigrated to America in 1830 with his parents, and settled in Ripley County, Indiana. Stephen joined the Pipe Creek Baptist Church in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana and was baptised in October 1835. He applied for citizenship in Ripley County, Indiana in August 1844.

In 1840, Stephen and his family were noted in the census of Ripley County, Indiana. Along with his wife, Stephen's household at that time, also included a boy 5-10 years old (Timothy) and a boy less tha 5 years old (James).

On 8 January 1845, Stephen and his wife sold 50 acres of land to Edward Hollensbee for $400. The land was located in the northeast quarter of Section 4, Township 9 north, Range 13 east, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, and was described as "beginning at the north west corner on the section line dividing section four & five at the corner of land of the heirs of Vanzile Thence south twenty two chains and thirty six links Thence east twenty two chains and thirty six links, Thence north twenty two chains and thirty six links, Thence west twenty chains and thirty six links to the place of beginning...." The deed was witnessed by James Jennings and Thomas W. Sunman and was recorded on 18 February 1845. [LDS Microfilm, #1312541, Ripley County, Indiana Deeds, Book M, pp. 38-9]

In the 1850 census, Stephen was listed as a farmer in Brookville Township, Franklin County, Indiana, just to the north of his siblings in Ripley County. By 1860 he had moved to Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.

[Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 9-11; Ripley County Circuit
Court, Volume F, p. 71; 1840 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana; LDS Microfilm, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana; and LDS Microfilm, #1312541, Ripley County, Indiana Deeds, Book M, pp. 38-39]


More About STEPHEN SMALL:
Christening: December 09, 1804, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND204

Notes for ANN JENNINGS:
Ann joined the Pipe Creek Baptist Church in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana and was baptised in October 1835. [LDS Mircrofilm, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana]


More About ANN JENNINGS:
Christening: February 28, 1813, Lamberhurst, Sussex, ENGLAND205

Children of STEPHEN SMALL and ANN JENNINGS are:
i. TIMOTHY5 SMALL206, b. Abt. 1833, Ripley County, Indiana, USA207,208; d. April 30, 1893, Shelby County, Illinois, USA209; m. (1) REBECCA HARTZELL210, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1839, Indiana, USA211; d. April 1874, Shelby County, Illinois, USA212; m. (2) SARAH BLYTHE212, February 13, 1876, Shelby County, Illinois, USA213; b. Abt. 1849, Shelby County, Illinois, USA214; d. Unknown.

Notes for TIMOTHY SMALL:
Timothy moved to Shelby County, Illinois, from Indiana, in 1861. There, in 1881, he was a farmer and a stock raiser in Section 16 near Windsor. [Combined History of Shelby and Moultrie Counties, Illinois, (Philadelphia: Brink, McDonough and Co., 1881)]

Timothy served as a private in Company G, 12th Illinois Infantry during the Civil War. [Veterans Buried in Shelby County, Illinois, (Shelby County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1982), p. 7]

In 1870 Timothy was a farmer in Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois. Also in his household at that time was a 16-year old girl, born in Kentucky, named Sarah Harsh (perhaps his wife's sister?). [1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois]

In 1880, Timothy was a farmer residing in Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois. [1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois]



More About TIMOTHY SMALL:
Burial: 1893, Shelby County, Illinois, USA215

ii. JAMES SMALL216, b. Bet. 1834 - 1835, Ripley County, Indiana, USA217,218; d. Bet. 1875 - 1880, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois, USA??; m. MARY A219; b. Abt. 1836, Indiana, USA220,221; d. Unknown.

Notes for JAMES SMALL:
James evidently did not join his parents in Shelby County, Illionis until sometime between 1862 and 1867. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 11]

In 1870, James was a farmer living in Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois. [1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois]


Notes for MARY A:
In 1880, Mary and her children were living in Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois. [1880 United States Census, (Soundex), Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois]
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9. JOHN4 SMALL (THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)222 was born December 15, 1806 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND222,223, and died Unknown. He married CATHERINE CHILDERS224,225 June 01, 1836 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA225. She was born April 01, 1816 in Indiana, USA226,227, and died Unknown.

Notes for JOHN SMALL:
John was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent. He emigrated to America in 1830 with his parents, and remained in New York before settling in Ripley County, Indiana, in 1832. On 16 September 1835, John purchased 80 acres of government land, consisting of the east half of the northwest quarter of Section 26, Township 10 north, Range 12 east, in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.

In 1838, John and his wife moved to Franklin County, Indiana where they remained until at least 1850. On 1 January 1842, John obtained a $200 mortgage from John Jennings. He used his 80 acres of government farmland just northeast of Morris (section 26, Township 10 north, Range 12 east), Ripley County, Indiana as collateral. John Small was to repay the mortgage, with 10% annual interest, within a year. The deed was witnessed by John Davis and Thomas W. Sunman, and was recorded on 10 October 1842. On 14 November 1883 John Jennings reported the mortgage to have been fully paid and satisfied, and his report was recorded on 26 November 1883

John applied for citizenship in August 1844. He also joined the Pipe Creek Baptist Church in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana on 28 December of the same year, but left the church in June 1847 to transfer to the Little Cedar Grove Baptist Church in Franklin County. In the 1850 census, John is listed as a farmer in Brookville Township, Franklin County, Indiana.

On 11 March 1855(?), John and his wife sold 80 acres of land to Isaac Holloway for $500. The land was John's government land being the east half of the northwest quarter of Section 26, Township 10 north, Range 12 east in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.

By the 1860 census, the family had moved to Sardenia, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana, where John was listed as a farmer with $300 in personal property. In the 1870 census, the family was listed in the same place, but with $1600 in real estate and $30 in personal property.

[Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), pp. 9, 11; 1850 United States Census, Brookville Township, Franklin County, Indiana; 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana; 1870 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana; Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey; Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, General Land Office, Land Patent Search at http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/asp/choosea/asp; LDS Microfilm, #1312540, Ripley County, Indiana Deeds, Book K, pp. 202-3; and Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey, Ripley County, Indiana Deed Book Q, p. 446]


More About JOHN SMALL:
Christening: January 04, 1807, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND228

Notes for CATHERINE CHILDERS:
Catherine joined the Pipe Creek Baptist Church in Ripley County, Indiana 28 December 1844. [LDS Microfilm, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana]


Children of JOHN SMALL and CATHERINE CHILDERS are:
i. SARAH JANE5 SMALL229,230, b. June 26, 1837, Ripley County, Indiana, USA231,232; d. February 05, 1869, Indiana, USA232; m. JOSEPH MONTCREIF232, August 08, 1860, Indiana, USA232; d. Unknown.
ii. MARTHA SMALL233, b. December 18, 1840, Franklin County, Indiana, USA233,234; d. July 26, 1863234; m. JOHN VANBUSKIRK/BUSHKIRK234,235, June 09, 1862236; d. Unknown.
iii. JOHN AMOS SMALL237, b. July 26, 1842, Franklin County, Indiana, USA237,238; d. May 13, 1864, Spotsylvania Court House, Spotsylvania County, Virginia, USA239.

Notes for JOHN AMOS SMALL:
John died of wounds in the Civil War. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothy2@prodigy.com)]


iv. GEORGE WASHINGTON SMALL240,241, b. April 15, 1845, Franklin County, Indiana, USA242,243,244,245; d. April 06, 1919, Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas, USA246; m. (1) ELIZABETH JANE CLINE246, October 24, 1867, Ripley County, Indiana, USA246; d. Bef. 1873; m. (2) FRANCIS LEVINA WINTER246,247, March 04, 1873, Marshall County, Kansas, USA248,249; b. September 1854, Indiana, USA250,251,252,253; d. Unknown.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON SMALL:
George served in the Civil War, being honorably discharged from Company D, 134th Infantry on 11 September 1864.

George moved to Kansas about 1870. He and his family later relocated to Nebraska between 1874 and 1878, but by the 1895 Kansas census were back in Kansas, in Richland Township, Marshall County. In 1895, George was a farmer with 170 acres worth $4000.

In the 1905 Kansas census, George and his wife were living in Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas. At that time he owned 80 acres worth $5000. His farm featured a well with a pump, and it produced 17 acres of corn, 1 acre of potatoes, 7 acres millet, 50 pounds of butter, and 90 pounds of honey.

In 1910, George and his wife were living in Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.

George was buried in the Richland Center Brethern Church cemetery in Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com); and 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas]


v. SOPHIA SMALL254,255, b. September 29, 1848, Franklin County, Indiana, USA256,257; d. August 28, 1868, Franklin or Decatur County, Indiana, USA257.
vi. MARY S SMALL258, b. Abt. 1849258; d. Unknown.

Notes for MARY S SMALL:
Was Mary a twin of Sophia? Did Mary die before 1870?


vii. MINERVA ELIZABETH SMALL259,260, b. January 07, 1852, Indiana, USA261,262; d. February 05, 1869, Indiana, USA263.
viii. WILLIAM CHILDERS SMALL264,265, b. December 16, 1854, Franklin County, Indiana, USA266,267; d. June 13, 1932, Sardinia, Decatur County, Indiana, USA267; m. (1) ELIZABETH LYDIA EDDLEMAN267, December 23, 1882, Indiana, USA267; b. March 28, 1861267; d. March 22, 1887, Sardinia, Decatur County, Indiana, USA267,268.; m. (2) MARY TALKINGTON269, Aft. 1887; d. Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM CHILDERS SMALL:
William attended the Sardinia Baptist Church in Decatur County, Indiana. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothy2@prodigy.com)]


Notes for ELIZABETH LYDIA EDDLEMAN:
From her date of death and the birthdate of her last child, Eliza apparently died of childbirth complications. She was 25 years, 11 months and 24 days old at the time of her death, and she was buried in the Eddleman Cemetery in Decatur County, Indiana. [recorded by Lora Kalbli, Eddleman Cemetery, Gatewood Farm, Iron Mine Road, Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, tombstone inscription]


ix. JAMES EDWARD SMALL270, b. May 19, 1858, Indiana, USA271; d. January 20, 1862, Indiana, USA271.

10. MARY4 SMALL (THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)272 was born July 17, 1811 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND273,274, and died May 28, 1862 in Pennsylvaniaburg, Ripley County, Indiana, USA275,276. She married (2) RICHARD CLARK277,278,279 February 14, 1839 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA280,281. He was born June 11, 1813 in Frant, Sussex, ENGLAND282,283, and died September 01, 1885 in Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois, USA284.

Notes for MARY SMALL:
Mary was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent. She joined the Pipe Creek Baptist Church on 21 January 1837. She must have absented herself from church meetings for a period, as it was noted in the April 1842 church meeting minutes that she had returned. Mary was buried in the Pipe Creek Cemetery, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 9; LDS Microfilm, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana]; and tombstone inscription collected by Miss Violet Toph in the 1930's]


More About MARY SMALL:
Burial: Unknown, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA
Christening: September 01, 1811, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND285

Notes for RICHARD CLARK:
On 10 August 1840, Richard applied for and received citizenship. According to the records, he was 27 in 1840, and came to the United States at age 7 [about 1820]. [Ripely County, Indiana Historical Society, data from Probate Court Order Book B, p. 220]

Richard became well known as an expert (rifle) marksman and hunter in Ripley County, Indiana. At one shooting match, he struck the center of the target seventeen times in sucession.

Richard joined the Pipe Creek Baptist Church in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana and was baptised in October 1835. [LDS Mircrofilm, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana]

The United States Bureau of Land Managment Land Patent records indicate the following purchases in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana by Richard:
9 September 1835 - 80 acres in Ripley County, W1/2SE of Section 1, Township 9N, Range 12E
16 September 1835 - 40 acres in Ripley County, NESW of Section 1, Township 9N, Range 12E
16 March 1837 - 40 acres in Ripley County, NWSW of Section 1, Township 9N, Range 12E

On 28 January 1839, Richard sold 80 acres of his government land, the W1/2SE of Section 1, to Charles Clark for $300.

Richard was listed in the 1840 census, living in Ripley County, Indiana with his wife and son less than 5 years old (Ira).

Richard and his family were recorded in the 1850 census living in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. He was listed as a farmer with $1200 in real estate.

In the 1860 census, Richard and his family recorded living near Morris in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. At that time, Richard was listed as a farmer with real property worth $3400 and personal property of $660.

On 11 November 1865, Richard and his wife sold 120 acres in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana for $5000. This transaction occured at the point the family moved to Illinois. In 1870, The family resided in Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois, where Richard was a farmer with $6000 in real estate and $2000 in personal property.

[1840 United States Census, Ripely County, Indiana; 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana; 1860 United State Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana;1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois; Personal Correspondence, Linda Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey; son David's biographical sketch in Biographical and Historical Record of Wayne and Appanoose Counties, Iowa, (Chicago: Inter-State Publishing Company, 1886), pp. 371-372; and Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, General Land Office, Land Patent Search at http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/asp/choosea/asp]


Child of MARY SMALL is:
i. SAMUEL5 SMALL286, b. 1829, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND286; d. Bet. 1829 - 1830, Marden Parish, Kent, ENGLAND286.

Children of MARY SMALL and RICHARD CLARK are:
ii. IRA5 CLARK287, b. September 08, 1839, Ripley County, Indiana, USA288; d. September 01, 1864, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, USA288,289,290.

Notes for IRA CLARK:
In the 1860 census, Ira was listed as a farmer, living at home with his parents near Morris, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. He was killed in the Civil War, and was buried in a military cemetery in Atlanta. A tombstone in his memory was placed in the Pipe Creek Cemetery, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. [1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana; Personal Correspondence, Linda Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey; and tombstone inscription collected by Miss Violet Toph in the 1930's]


More About IRA CLARK:
Burial: Unknown, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, USA291

iii. ROBERT CLARK292, b. Abt. March 22, 1841, Ripley County, Indiana, USA292,293; d. December 04, 1864, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, USA293,294.

Notes for ROBERT CLARK:
In the 1860 census, Robert was listed as a farmer, living at home with his parents near Morris, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. He lost his left arm in a Civil War battle at Vicksburg, Mississppi, and died in Memphis, Tennessee (probably at the military hospital there). He was buried in (what is now) the Mississippi River National Cemetery in Memphis, Tennesse. A memorial tombstone was placed in the Pipe Creek Cemetery, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. [1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana; LDS Microfilm,, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana; Personal Correspondence, Linda Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey; and tombstone inscription collected by Miss Violet Toph in the 1930's]


More About ROBERT CLARK:
Burial: Unknown, Memphis, Shelby County, Tennessee, USA294

iv. HANNAH CLARK295, b. Bet. 1842 - 1843, Ripley County, Indiana, USA295; d. Bef. 1925, Iowa, USA296; m. SYLVESTER ANDERSON297,298, December 27, 1860, Ripley County, Indiana, USA299; b. Abt. 1840, Indiana, USA300; d. Unknown.

Notes for HANNAH CLARK:
Hannah had left Illinois by 1880. [Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark (linkenclark@mvn.net)]


Notes for SYLVESTER ANDERSON:
Sylvester and his family apparently moved to Illinois from Indiana in 1866 when his wife's family and other relatives also moved there. In 1870 Sylvester was a farmer in Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois with $3000 in real estate and $500 in personal property. [1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois]


Marriage Notes for HANNAH CLARK and SYLVESTER ANDERSON:
Hannah and Sylvester were married by Thomas W. Sunman, Justice. [LDS Microfilm, #1311946, Ripley County, Indiana Marriages, volume 7, August 1860-July 1866]


v. DAVID P CLARK301, b. November 17, 1844, Ripley County, Indiana, USA301,302,303; d. November 14, 1920, Allerton, Warren Township, Wayne County, Iowa, USA304; m. SUSAN R A[DA] COMLY305,306,307, November 21, 1867, Crawford County, Illinois, USA307,308; b. May 12, 1848, Ohio, USA309,310,311; d. March 13, 1925, Allerton, Warren Township, Wayne County, Iowa, USA311.

Notes for DAVID P CLARK:
In 1870, David was a farm laborer in Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois with $400 in personal property. [1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois]

From 1872 or 1873 until at least 1886, David was a sucessful farmer and stock-raiser residing on 280 acres in Section 8, near Big Springs, Jefferson Township, Wayne County, Iowa. David and his wife were members of the United Brethren church there. [Biographical and Historical Record of Wayne and Appanoose Counties, Iowa, (Chicago: Inter-State Publishing Company, 1886), pp. 371-372; Wayne County Genealogical Society, Wayne County, Iowa Cemeteries, (1979); and 1880 United States Census, Jefferson Township, Wayne County, Iowa]

In 1920, David and his wife and daughter Verda were living in the city of Allerton, Wayne County, Iowa. A 24-year-old native of Iowa, Hawk Cook, was a lodger(?) in the household at that time. [1920 United States Census, soundex for Iowa]

David was buried in Row 5 of Allerton Cemetery, Warren Township, Wayne County, Iowa. [Wayne County Genalogical Society, Wayne County, Iowa Cemeteries, (1979)]


More About DAVID P CLARK:
Burial: November 1920, Allerton, Warren Township, Wayne County, Iowa, USA311

Notes for SUSAN R A[DA] COMLY:
Adda, as she was commonly known, was buried in Row 5 of Allerton Cemetery, Warren Township, Wayne County, Iowa. [Wayne County Genealogical Society, Wayne County, Iowa Cemeteries, (1979)]


More About SUSAN R A[DA] COMLY:
Burial: March 1925, Allerton, Warren Township, Wayne County, Iowa, USA311

Marriage Notes for DAVID CLARK and SUSAN COMLY:
Ada and David were married by Levi C. English, M.G. [Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark (linkenclark@mvn.net), data from microfilm of Crawford County, Illinois marriage register]


vi. RICHARD CLARK312,313, b. August 08, 1846, Ripley County, Indiana, USA314,315,316; d. April 11, 1925, Crawford County, Illinois, USA316.

Notes for RICHARD CLARK:
From an old family letter, it appears Richard was living in Stifleville, Pennsylvania in 1867. He evidently was a farmer, as the letter refers to his having gotten his "barn done and full of hay." Perhaps he had just moved to Pennsylvania and built a new barn?

In 1870 Richard was a farm laborer living with his father and step-mother in Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois. [1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois]

By 1927, it would appear either Richard or one of his descendents was living in Oblong, Crawford County, Illinois, as a 1927 portion of the family letter mentioned that the 1867 portion of the letter was obtained in Oblong, Illinois. [Personal Correspondence with a transciption of a portion of a 1867 letter from Mrs. Cyrus Clark to Richard Clark forwarded by Thomas A. McKee to William Earl Clark in 1927, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com)]

Richard was buried in Wilkins Cemetery in Crawford County, Illinois. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]




More About RICHARD CLARK:
Burial: Unknown, Crawford County, Illinois, USA316

vii. CHARLES CLARK317,318, b. September 21, 1849, Ripley County, Indiana, USA319,320; d. February 12, 1937, Stoddard County, Missouri, USA320; m. SARAH SOPHIA STANZ320, 1878320; b. July 22, 1859320; d. January 18, 1897, Crawford County, Illinois, USA320..

Notes for CHARLES CLARK:
In 1870 Charles was a farm laborer, living with his father and step-mother in Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois. [1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois]

Charles owned a farm in Stoddard County, Missouri, which was inherited by his grandson Carl William Clark. [Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark (linkenclark@mvn.net)]
.

11. EDWARD4 SMALL (THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)321 was born April 04, 1814 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND321,322, and died December 05, 1901 in Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, USA322. He married ANN BENNETT323 December 19, 1839 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA324,325. She was born Abt. 1820 in Ohio or Indiana, USA326,327, and died Bef. 1880 in Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for EDWARD SMALL:
Edward was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent. He emigrated to America in 1830 with his parents, and settled in Ripley County, Indiana after living in New York state for about a year and a half.

On 16 September 1835, Edward purchased 80 acres of government land, consisting of the north half of the southwest quarter of Section 12, Township 9 north, Range 12 east, in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. And on 16 March 1837, Edward purchased 160 acres of government land, consisting of the northwest quarter of Section 35, Township 10 north, Range 12 east, in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.

He applied for citizenship on 10 August 1840. In the 1840 census, Edward is listed in Ripley County, Indiana with his wife and one male child younger than 5 years old. In the 1850 census, Edward was recorded in Ripley County, Indiana as a farmer with $1500 in real estate.

Edward joined the Pipe Creek Baptist Church in Ripley County at the 21 March 1835 church meeting and was baptised the next day. He remained a member of that church until he transferred his membership to the Westport Baptist Church in Decatur County, Indiana.

Edward and his family moved to Westport, San Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana in 1857, where they were noted living in 1860 and 1870. Between 1859 and 1864, he sold 160 acres of land in the Northwest Quarter of Section 35 of Ripley County, Indiana. In the 1860 census, Edward was listed as a farmer with $4500 in real estate and $800 in personal property. In the 1870 census, Edward was listed as a farmer with $5860 in real estate and $1975 in personal property. Edward apparently was illiterate, but by 1860 and 1870 had learned to read and write a little.

In 1900, Edward was living with daughter Martha and her family in the southern half of Sandcreeek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.

Edward died after a period of illness. His funeral was conducted by Rev. J. C. Bringle at the Westport Baptist Church, and he was buried in Horse Shoe Bend Cemetery in Decatur County, Indiana.

[Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), pp. 9, 11; Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, General Land Office, Land Patent Search at http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/asp/choosea/asp; 1840 and 1850 United States Censuses, Ripley County, Indiana; 1860 United States Census, Westport, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana; 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana; Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net), from a transcription of Edward's obituary in her possession; Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small (soiltest@annap.infi.net); LDS Microfilm, #1451843, Items 4-6, Pipe Creek Baptist Church Records, Ripley County, Indiana; and Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 309]


More About EDWARD SMALL:
Christening: June 05, 1814, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND328

Notes for ANN BENNETT:
Ann was illiterate. She was buried in Horseshoe Bend Cemetery, east of Westport, Decatur County, Indiana. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 307-8]


Children of EDWARD SMALL and ANN BENNETT are:
i. FREDRICK5 SMALL329,330,331, b. September 03, 1840, Ripley County, Indiana, USA332,333; d. December 01, 1863, Memphis, Shelby County, Tenessee, USA334.

Notes for FREDRICK SMALL:
Frederick was a 5'-9" farmer with blue eyes and brown hair, and was a private in Company G, 83rd Regiment, Indiana Sixth Army during the Civil War. He was enlisted into the Union Army for 3 years on 17 August 1862 at Sunman, Ripley County, Indiana by Captain George W. Morris, and was mustered into service 4 September 1862 at Lawrenceburg, Dearborn County, Indiana by Captain Cheek. Frederick apparently fell ill in December 1862 and was left at the military hopsital in Memphis, Tennessee on 19 December 1862. He soon transferred to the military hospital at Jefferson Barracks (St. Louis), Missouri where he remained through at least mid-April 1863. By May or June 1863 he had rejoined his Company, but he returned to the hospital in Memphis by September or October 1863. He died in the military hospital of disease, and was buried in Horseshoe Bend Cemetery in Westport, Decatur County, Indiana. Frederick's official discharge papers were prepared near Washington, DC on 22 May 1865, and he was officially mustered out on 2 June 1965. [United States Military Records, Muster Rolls of 83 Indiana Infantry and Discharge Paper, photocopies provided by Lora Kalbli; Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net); and Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 307-8]


ii. LEWIS SMALL335,336,337, b. December 11, 1841, Ripley County, Indiana, USA338,339; d. May 27, 1910, Decatur County, Indiana, USA340; m. HARRIETT RICKETTS341,342, Bef. 1870; b. 1841342; d. November 07, 1831.

Notes for LEWIS SMALL:
Lewis was accepted into the Central Indiana Hospital for the Insane on 28 December 1900. On 5 June 1902, Lewis was served a "vacation warrant", which is a warrant issued by the county clerk for a person who is mentally unstable and considered dangerous. The county sheriff, Henry Hoss, and deputy W.F. Bagot arrested Lewis the same day and placed him in the county jail in Versailles, Ripley County, Indiana. The county clerk, A.J. Brooks, filed an offical arrest warrant on 11 June 1902, and Lewis was readmitted to the Hospital on 13 June 1902. [Personal Correpsondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 308]

Lewis made his will on 11 August 1903. In it he named his wife Harriet executrix and also left her all of his estate. After Harriet's death, the estate was to be divided equally among his legal heirs. The will was witnessed by George B. Hendrickson and John T. McCullough. Mr. McCullough proved the will in the Decatur County, Indiana Circuit Court at Greensburg on 7 June 1910. [photocopy of Proof of Will from Decatur County Circuit Court, provided by Lora Kalbli]


iii. SARAH SMALL343,344,345, b. Abt. 1844, Ripley County, Indiana, USA346; d. September 26, 1931347; m. HARRISON RICKETTS348,349; d. Unknown.
iv. HANNAH ANN SMALL350,351,352, b. June 20, 1845, Ripley County, Indiana, USA353,354; d. March 28, 1886354; m. STILLEY MCDONALD355, September 22, 1864356; b. March 08, 1844, Jennings County, Indiana, USA357; d. March 21, 1915357.

Notes for HANNAH ANN SMALL:
Hannah died of a kidney infection shortly after the birth of her 11th child. She was buried in Horseshoe Bend Cemetery in Decatur County, Indiana. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301]


Notes for STILLEY MCDONALD:
Stilley was thin man, with black hair that turned white in his later years. He and his family regularly attended church at the Westport Baptist Church.

It is believed that Stilley was named after a neighbor, Jeremiah Stilley, who lived near the McDonald family in Jennings County, Indiana. After the death of his parents, Stilley worked as a laborer and lived with Robert Armstrong in Sandcreek Township, Decatur County, Indiana. After his marriage, Stilley and his family lived west of the village of Letts in Sandcreek Township. In 1870 he was noted there as a tile factory worker with $400 of personal property. Some source say that the tile factory was a rough environment where many workers gambled away their paychecks.

In addition to his family, also listed in Stilley's houshold in 1870 was a laborer, Elisha Runyan (age 23, born in Indiana). By 1880, Stilley was listed as a farmer/laborer in Sandcreek Township, Decatur County, Indiana. He did not own his own land. By 1900, Stilley owned his farm. Family tradition has it that Stilley's father-in-law, Edward Small, gave him 40 acres of land as an incentive to stay in the area following his wife's death. Stilley was listed in "The Inner-State Directory Company's Directory of Greensburg and Decatur County for the Year 1908" with a Sandcreek Township (Westport) address. In 1910, the cesus noted that Stilley owned his farm free of mortgage.

Stilley's house consisted of only three rooms: a kitchen, a living room, and a bedroom. There were two fireplaces, one used for cooking, and one hidden behind doors designed to look like dressers. A long porch connected all the rooms, and there was a cellar for storage. As of the late 1990s, the house was still standing on a slight hill overlooking the small farm, although it had seen some modernizations. A creek ran behind the house and the well water on the farm was known for its coldness and good taste.

Stilley died of pnuemonia and his funeral was conducted by Rev. W.C. Marshall of Letts at the Westport Baptist Church. He was buried in Horshoe Bend Cemetery, just east of Westport in Decatur County, Indiana.

[Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 298-9]


Marriage Notes for HANNAH SMALL and STILLEY MCDONALD:
Family tradition hasit that Hannah and Stilley were both shy as youngsters, and that friends tied the two together and abandoned them in an attempt at matchmaking. Hannah and Stilley walked home from this incident - still tied together. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301]


v. HENRY SMALL358,359, b. May 04, 1849359; d. July 27, 1849360.
vi. THOMAS JEFFREY SMALL361,362,363, b. December 21, 1850, Ripley County, Indiana, USA364,365; d. December 30, 1928365; m. EDITH RICKETTS366,367; b. 1896368; d. 1945368.

Notes for THOMAS JEFFREY SMALL:
In 1870, Thomas was a farm laborer, living at home with his parents. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307]


vii. EDWARD "NED" F/H SMALL369,370,371, b. April 18, 1853, Ripley County, Indiana, USA372,373; d. April 25, 1887373; m. KETCHEM374; d. Unknown.

Notes for EDWARD "NED" F/H SMALL:
In 1870, Ned was a farm laborer, living at home with his parents. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307]


viii. CHARLES SMALL375,376, b. June 03, 1857, Ripley or Decatur County, Indiana, USA376; d. June 24, 1857, Ripley or Decatur County, Indiana, USA376.
ix. SAMUEL SMALL377,378, b. June 03, 1857, Ripley or Decatur County, Indiana, USA378; d. November 05, 1859, Ripley or Decatur County, Indiana, USA378.
x. SAMUEL SMALL379,380, b. June 03, 1857, Ripley or Decatur County, Indiana, USA380; d. November 05, 1859, Ripley or Decatur County, Indiana, USA380.
xi. MARTHA ANN SMALL381,382, b. October 1861, Decatur County, Indiana, USA382; d. July 09, 1941382; m. JOHN SKINNER383; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHN SKINNER:
John and his wife apparently sold the home Martha's father had left them, and moved to Colorado. They retured to Indiana before their deaths. [Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe]
.

12. JANE4 SMALL (THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)384,385 was born May 06, 1816 in Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND386,387, and died February 03, 1894 in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA387. She married THOMAS J CLARK388,389 April 10, 1838 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA390,391,392. He was born January 21, 1813 in Island of St. Helena (British territory in South Atlantic)393,394,395,396,397, and died March 18, 1895 in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA398,399,400.

Notes for JANE SMALL:
Jane was christened in St. Margaret's Church in Horsmonden, Kent. She evidently emigrated to America with her parents in 1830. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 9]

Jane joined the Baptist church in Nebraska in 1878.

Jane died at home, of the grippe and malaria fever. Her funeral was conducted by Rev. Duncan of Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, assisted by Rev. Colvin of Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska. It was said to be the most attended funeral ever held in Mission Creek. She was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska.

[LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan); "The Pawnee Republican," Pawnee City, Nebraska, Thursday, February 8, 1894, p. 5, col. 4;and "The Summerfield Sun," Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas, February 1894]


More About JANE SMALL:
Christening: June 23, 1816, Horsmonden, Kent, ENGLAND401

Notes for THOMAS J CLARK:
Thomas' birthplace was famous as the location of Napoleon Bonaparte's imprisonment after his defeat at Waterloo in 1815, until his death in 1821. The Island of St. Helena - located half way between Africa and South America in the South Atlantic - was discovered by the Portuguese in 1502, but was first permantently settled by the British East India Company in 1669. The island remained under the governance of the British East India Company until 1834, when it became a Crown Colony.

Coincedently, at the time of Thomas' birth, the Governor of the island was Col. Alexander Beaston. He had a keen interest in improving agriculture on the island, and to that end, in 1810, had six specially selected farm workers sent out from England. (p. 246) Thomas's father may have been one of those six men. When Col. Beaston returned to England in September 1813, he retired to a Knole Farm in Sussex, near Tunbridge Wells, and was buried in Frant, Sussex (p. 262) - the Clark's home parish. [Gosse, Philip, St. Helena 1502-1938, (Toronto: Cassell and Company, 1938)]

While family tradition held that Thomas's father was a soldier on St. Helena, the military records for the island one show only one John Clarke, an Irishman about 23 years older than Thomas' father. [LDS Microfilm, #2029843, St. Helena Muster and Pension Rolls, 1810-1816]

The United States Bureau of Land Managment Land Patent records indicate the following purchases in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana by a Thomas Clark:
16 September 1835 - 80 acres in Ripley County, S1/2NW of Section 12, Township 9N, Range 12E

On 10 August 1840, Thomas filed for and was granted citizenship. According to the records, he was 27 years old in 1840 and was born in "Alena, England." He arrived in New York in May 1820. [Ripley County, Indiana Historical Society, data from Probate Court Order Book B, p. 223]

Thomas and his wife were noted in the 1840 census in Ripley County, Indiana, with their young daughter under 5 years old (Sarah Jane).

On 1 November 1841, Thomas mortgaged 160 acres of land to John Sunman for $500. The land consisted of an 80 acres parcel being the south half of the northwest quarter of Section 12, Township 9 north, Range 12 east, and an 80 acre parcel being the north half of the southwest quarter of Section 12, Township 9 north, Range 12 east. Thomas was to repay the $500 with 10% annual interest by 1 November 1843, and 5 bonds of $100 each were given by Thomas to John Sunman as part of the transaction. The mortgage was witnessed by John Clark and Robert Sunman, and was recorded 5 December 1843. Thomas W. Sunman, representing the heirs of John Sunman, acknowledged the full payment of the mortage on 2 February 1866.

On 3 October 1845, Thomas and his wife sold 80 acres of land to Andrew Towers for $285. The land consisted of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter and the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of Section 12, Township 9 north, Range 12 east in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. The deed was witnessed by George Wortman and Thomas W. Sunman and was recorded 26 December 1845.

In the 1860 census, Thomas and his family were recorded living near Morris in Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana. At that time, Thomas was listed as a (lumber) miller with real property worth $1500 and personal property of $387.

Between 1861 and 1863, Thomas served as administrator for the estate of Dorcas Wortman, a neighboring widow. Thomas appeared before the Ripley County, Indiana Common Pleas Court on 6 July 1861 to report Dorcas's death and that her estate was believed to be worth about $500. On 27 July 1861, he filed an inventory, dated 8 July 1861, of the estate, appraised by Josesph Anderson and Joseph McKee. A public auction of the estate was held on 17 August 1861, with Thomas filing his report of the sale on 21 August. On 15 Septemer 1862, Thomas indicated to the court that the estate was worth $621 and that a partial settlement had been made. Thomas filed the final settlement on 21 January 1863. As part of the final settlement, Thomas paid the outstanding money due to the estate out of his own pocket, and took on the outstanding note the estate had been carrying as a debt due to him personally. The outstanding note had called for payment in gold and silver, but the debtor could not pay the debt in that form, and this final arrangement resolved the matter to everyone's satisfaction.

In 1866, Thomas and his family moved to Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where Thomas took up farming and stock raising. In the 1870 census, Thomas, along with his wife, was listed in Pawnee County, Nebraska as a farmer with $6000 in property.

In the 1880 census, Thomas, along with his wife and three youngest children, were living in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1882, Thomas lived on land in Section 32 of Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.

Thomas was a devout Baptist and a Republican.

Thomas suffered physically in his last years, but his last hours were peaceful. According to one obituary he died at home, and according to another he died at the home of his daughter Addie. (Perhaps Addie and her husband had either taken over the family farm?) His funeral was conducted by Rev. Dr. Duncan of Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, and he was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. On Thomas' gravestone was the following verse:
An amiable father here lies at rest
As ever God with his image blest
The friend of man, the friend of truth
The friend of age, the guide of youth.

[Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257; 1840 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana; 1860 United State Census, Ripley County, Indiana; 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska; LDS Microfilm, #1312541, Ripley County, Indiana Deeds, Book L, p. 27-8; LDS Microfilm, #1312541, Ripley County, Indiana Deeds, Book M, pp. 461-462; Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, General Land Office, Land Patent Search at http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/asp/choosea/asp; "The Pawnee Republican," Pawnee City, Nebraska, Thursday, March 28, 1895, p. 5, col. 3; "The Summerfield Sun," Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas, March or April 1895; Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com); and LDS Microfilms for Ripley County, Indiana Probate Recordsand for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan)]


More About THOMAS J CLARK:
Christening: March 28, 1813, Island of St. Helena (British territory in South Atlantic)402

Children of JANE SMALL and THOMAS CLARK are:
i. SARAH JANE5 CLARK403,404, b. Bet. 1839 - 1840, Ripley County, Indiana, USA405,406,407; d. Bef. 1927; m. JOSEPH ANDERSON408,409,410, September 17, 1857, Ripley County, Indiana, USA411; b. Bet. 1834 - 1835, Ripley County, Indiana, USA412,413; d. Unknown.

Notes for SARAH JANE CLARK:
In 1882, Sarah and her husband were living in Marshall County, Kansas. [Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County]


Notes for JOSEPH ANDERSON:
In July 1861, Joseph served as one of the appraisers for the estate of Dorcas Wortman in Ripley County, Indiana. He was paid $2 for this service. [LDS Microfilm, for Ripley County, Indiana Probate Records, as viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan]

In 1870, Joseph was a farmer, with his family, in Pawnee County, Nebraska. According to his children's birth dates, Jospeh had moved across the state line to Marshall County, Kansas by 1872. In 1880, he was a farmer in Guittas(?) Township, Marshall County, Kansas. He was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan); 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and 1880 United States Census, Guittas(?) Township, Marshall County, Kansas]


ii. NAOMI CLARK414,415, b. January 23, 1841, Ripley County, Indiana, USA416,417,418,419; d. December 25, 1915, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA419,420; m. ABRAM FERRIS MANLEY421,422,423,424,425,426, February 17, 1861, Ripley County, Indiana, USA427; b. October 14, 1839, Ripley County, Indiana, USA428,429,430,431,432; d. January 23, 1905, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA433,434.

Notes for NAOMI CLARK:
In 1910 Naomi lived in Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska, where she owned her home free of mortgage. [1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska]

Naomi died of paralysis at the age of 74 years, 11 months and 22 days. She was buried in Lot 118 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with her burial was P. Bowhay. [Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption; and LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


Notes for ABRAM FERRIS MANLEY:
Abram was raised on the family's farm in Ripley County, Indiana, and he attended scholl in a log cabin there.

Abram served under Captian George Morris and Colonel Ben Spooner in Company G, 83rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry from 1862 until the end of the Civil War. He participated in the Richmond campaign and the reivew in Washington, receiving an honorale discharge in June 1865. After his discharge, Abram returned to Indiana.

Abram and his wife moved to Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska in 1866, where he was a farmer and stock-raiser. In the 1880 census, Abram was listed as a farmer, with his family, in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1882, they were living on land in Section 32, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1900, Abram was noted as a farmer, renting his farm, in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska. He also was reported to have relocated into the town of Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska in 1900.

Abram served many years as Justice of the Peace in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska. He was a stanch Republican, and was a popular member of the G.A.R., W.F. Barry Post of Liberty.

Abram was buried in Lot 118 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with his burial was C.F. Maxwell.

[Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257; A Biographical & Genealogical History of Southeastern Nebraska, (Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1904), p. 473; 1880 and 1900 United States Censuses, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska; Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption; and LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


iii. SOPHIA M CLARK435,436, b. December 1842, Ripley County, Indiana, USA437,438,439; d. May 16, 1912, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA440; m. CHARLES CRUSE441,442,443, September 14, 1865, Ripley County, Indiana, USA444; b. September 23, 1839, Franklin County, Indiana, USA445,446,447,448,449; d. 1904, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA450.

Notes for SOPHIA M CLARK:
In 1860, Sophia was living with her grandparents, John and Jane Clark. [1860 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana]

In 1910, Sophia was living in Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska, and owned her home free of mortgage. She was buried in Lot 111 of Liberty Cememtery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with her burial was Peter Bowhay. [1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska; Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption; and LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


Notes for CHARLES CRUSE:
Charles grew up in Franklin County, Indiana were he attended school and learned farming. He was engaged in farming there until the Civil War.

Charles enlisted in Company M, 3rd Indiana Cavalry on 13 October 1862, for a term of 2 1/2 years. Among the battles he participated in were Big Spring, Tennessee; Wautauga River Bridge; Morristown Resasca; Altoona Pass; Sand Creek Station; Jonesboro; Van Worth, Georgia; Sisters Ferry; and Eversboro, South Carolina. For most of his service, he held the rank of Duty Sergeant. At Jonesboro, he was one of a group of 100 who volunteered to cut the railroad there. Only one man of the volunteers was captured in that event, but he escaped the same night.

At some time prior to early 1864, Charles loaned his brother Henry $329. After Henry's death about 1864, Henry's estate was insolvent, and Charles received, in 1867, only $57.16 of the $329 plus $98 interest he was due.

After the war, in 1866, Charles and his bride, along with his in-laws and other relatives, moved from Indiana to Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.

In the 1870 census, Charles and his family were recorded in Pawnee County, Nebraska. Charles was listed as a farmer with $1200 in assetts. In 1880, the family was listed in Mission Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where Charles was a farmer. With the family in 1880 was a farmer by the name of Henry Bennet, age 25, born in Indiana, and whose mother was born in Germany and father in Indiana. In 1883 Charles moved to a farm in Liberty Township, Gage County, Neraska, and later, in May 1887, relocated to a 160 acres farm in Section 21 of the same township. In 1888,it was reported that Charles, together with William Garrison, owned a steam-thrashing machine with a capacity of 2000 bushels a day. With this machine they had a thriving business outside of their own farmwork.

In 1900, Charles and his wife were noted living [or visiting?] with their daughter Lulu and her husband in Mesa County, Colorado. Charles was listed as a farm laborer.

Charles was buried in Lot 111 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with his burial was Peter Bowhay.

[1870 and 1880 United States Censuses, Pawnee County, Nebraska; Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption; LDS Microfilm, #1311952, Ripley County, Indiana Probate Records 1839-1877; 1900 United States Census, Precinct 5, Mesa County, Colorado; Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2; and LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


Marriage Notes for SOPHIA CLARK and CHARLES CRUSE:
Sophia and Charles were married by Justice Henry C. Schmith, and their certificate of marriage was filed with the Ripley County, Indiana clerk on 22 September 1865. In the county clerk's book, all the the information related to this marriage has the year as 1861, although it is written in the book with other 1865 marriages, and the following entry is dated 12 September 1865. [LDS Microfilm, #1311946, Ripley County, Indiana Marriages August 1860-February 1873]


iv. CYRUS CLARK451,452, b. January 15, 1845, Ripley County, Indiana, USA453,454,455,456; d. May 27, 1915, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA456; m. (1) 457; d. Unknown; m. (2) EMELINE E MCKEE458,459,460,461, February 04, 1866, Crawford County, Illinois, USA462,463; b. April 12, 1846, Ripley County, Indiana, USA464,465,466,467; d. September 06, 1898, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA468,469; m. (3) EMMA DICKINSON470, November 12, 1900, Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas, USA471,472; b. Abt. 1849, New York, USA472; d. Unknown; m. (4) ROSETTA MCKEE473,474, Abt. 1906475,476; b. March 1851, Ripley County, Indiana, USA477,478,479,480; d. April 1944, Oklahoma, USA481.

Notes for CYRUS CLARK:
Cyrus moved to Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska from Indiana in 1866. He and his family were noted there in the 1880 census. He was a farmer and stock-raiser, and, as of 1882, lived in Section 31 of Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1900 Cyrus and his family were noted living in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where he owned his farm free of mortgage. In 1910, Cyrus was living in Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas with his third wife, his father-in-law and a son from his first marriage. Cyrus was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska.

In an August 25, 1867 letter from Cyrus's wife to her cousin Richard Clark, it is noted that Cyrus had a "good machine", that could cut 10-12 acres of grain a day, "as fast as three teams can haul it in." The family had put up 6 large haystacks the prior week and hoped to put up another six stacks the following week. The letter also mentioned that it had rained the evening before and was therefore too wet to attend a Sunday church meeting "up the Creek."

[LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan); and Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County; 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska; 1910 United State Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas; and Personal Correspondence with a transciption of a portion of a letter from Mrs. Cyrus Clark to Richard Clark, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909]


Notes for EMELINE E MCKEE:
Emma was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan)]


Notes for EMMA DICKINSON:
At the time of her marriage to Cyrus, Emmas lived in Marshall County, Kansas. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909]


Marriage Notes for CYRUS CLARK and EMMA DICKINSON:
Emma and Cyrus were married by Rev. Mitchell. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909]


Notes for ROSETTA MCKEE:
Rosetta lived in Mitchell County, Kansas for several years after the death of her first husband. In 1900, she and her children Lucy and Dwight were residing with Rosetta's parents in Summerfield City, Marshall County, Kansas. After the death of her second husband, she lived with her daughter Mollie in Oklahoma. [Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Birdella McKee Simpson & forwarded by Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); and 1900 United States Census, Summerfield City, Marshall County, Kansas]


More About ROSETTA MCKEE:
Burial: Unknown, near Isabelle, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, USA481

v. HANNAH K CLARK482,483, b. Abt. 1847, Ripley County, Indiana, USA484; d. Bef. 1927; m. (1) OTTO UTER485,486, July 07, 1865, Ripley County, Indiana, USA487,488; b. Abt. 1837489; d. July 13, 1882, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA489.; m. (2) ADAM/JOSEPH GLICK490, October 25, 1883, Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas, USA490; b. Abt. 1846490; d. Unknown.

Notes for HANNAH K CLARK:
At the time of her second marriage, Hannah was living in Marshall County, Kansas. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905]


Notes for OTTO UTER:
Otto was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan)]


Notes for ADAM/JOSEPH GLICK:
At the time of his marriage to Hannah, Adam/Jospeh was living in Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905]


Marriage Notes for HANNAH CLARK and ADAM/JOSEPH GLICK:
Hannah and Adam/Joseph wer married by probate judge Jackson Brown. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905]


vi. ELLEN CLARK491,492,493, b. Bet. 1849 - 1851, Ripley County, Indiana, USA494,495,496,497; d. Bef. 1927; m. LAFAYETTE NELSON498,499,500, November 26, 1873, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1850, Ohio, USA501,502; d. Unknown.

Notes for LAFAYETTE NELSON:
In 1880, Lafayette was a farmer in Northeast Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska. He supposedly migrated to Kansas? [1880 United States Census, Northeast Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska; and Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for ELLEN CLARK and LAFAYETTE NELSON:
Lafayette and Ellen were married at the Uter residence in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska. The wedding was performed by a minister, R.B. Stewart, and was witnessed by Mr. and Mrs. Uter, Elmer Blair and Rose Hrench(?), all of Pawnee County, Nebrasksa. [LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B, p. 76, #344]


vii. THOMAS J CLARK503, b. Abt. 1851503; d. Bef. 1856.

Notes for THOMAS J CLARK:
Did this child die prior to 1860, or is he the same as child Thomas F.?? There is only a Thomas F., age 4, listed in the 1860 census.


viii. MARY CLARK504,505,506, b. November 29, 1852, Ripley County, Indiana, USA507,508,509,510; d. March 01, 1919, Snipes (Molina), Mesa County, Colorado, USA510; m. JOSEPH TAYLOR WINTER511,512,513,514, June 02, 1875, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA514,515; b. September 1848, Ripley County, Indiana, USA516,517,518,519,520; d. 1937, Snipes (Molina), Mesa County, Colorado, USA521.

Notes for MARY CLARK:
Mary had 9 children, 5 of whom were still living in 1900 and 1910. [1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Precinct 15, Molina (Snipes), Mesa County, Colorado]

Mary died at St. Mary's [hospital??] and was buried in Mesa Cemetery, Mesa County, Colorado. [Personal Correspondence, Wynona Hennessey (wynona@gj.net) to Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net)]


More About MARY CLARK:
Burial: 1919, Mesa County, Colorado, USA521

Notes for JOSEPH TAYLOR WINTER:
At the time of his marriage, Joseph resided in Marshall County, Kansas. As of 1882, he and his family still lived there. Joseph moved to Snipes (also known as Molina), Mesa County, Colorado in 1885 for his health. He purchased the Wigglesworth Place near the Hawkins bridge, and he and his family were noted farming there, in Precinct 15, in 1900 and 1910. Jospeh was a Mason all of his life.

Apperently, after his wife died, Joseph moved in with his duaghter Mabel's family. He was noted with that family in 1920 in Colbran, Mesa County, Colorado. He was buried in Mesa Cemetery, Mesa County, Colorado.

[LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B; Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257; Personal Correspondence, Wynona Hennessey (wynona@gj.net) to Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net); 1900 and 1910 United Sates Census, Molina (Snipes), Precinct 15, Mesa County, Colorado, 1920 United States Census, Collbran, Mesa County, Colorado]]


More About JOSEPH TAYLOR WINTER:
Burial: 1937, Mesa County, Colorado, USA521

Marriage Notes for MARY CLARK and JOSEPH WINTER:
Mary and Joseph were married by J.L. Edwards, probate judge. The wedding was witnessed by Albert H. Babcock and Jospeh Steinauer, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B]


ix. EDWARD F CLARK522, b. Abt. 1854522; d. Bef. 1927.

Notes for EDWARD F CLARK:
Did Edward die prior to 1860? He was not listed in the1860 or 1870 censuses.


x. THOMAS FREMEONT CLARK523,524,525,526, b. June 29, 1856, Ripley County, Indiana, USA527,528,529,530,531; d. September 27, 1927, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA532,533; m. FRANCIS DELIAH COTTER534,535,536,537,538, February 04, 1885, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA539; b. August 04, 1867, near Atlantic, Cass County, Iowa, USA540; d. February 17, 1927, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA541,542.

Notes for THOMAS FREMEONT CLARK:
In 1880, Fremont was still living at home with his parents in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1885, at the time of his marriage, he may have been living in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska.

Thomas Fremont was a farmer. In 1900 and in 1920, he was noted living in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, on a farm he owned free of mortgage. By 1920, Thomas was retired.

Thomas's funeral was conducted at the home of his daughter, Cleona, in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, by Rev. J.B. Story of the United Presbyterian Church of Mission Creek (Pawnee County, Nebraska). Thomas was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska.

[LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan); 1880, 1900, and 1920 United States Censuses, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries]


Notes for FRANCIS DELIAH COTTER:
At the time of her marriage, Francis resided in Marshall County, Kansas. Francis's funeral was conducted by Rev. McBride of the Baptist church of Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, and Francis was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan); LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889; and Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com): Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituary]


More About FRANCIS DELIAH COTTER:
Burial: February 19, 1927, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA543

Marriage Notes for THOMAS CLARK and FRANCIS COTTER:
Francis and Thomas were married by T.J. Griggs, justice of the peace. The wedding was witnessed by H.A. Clark [Thomas' brother] and Lucien D. Griggs, both residents of Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889]


xi. HENRY A CLARK544,545,546,547, b. Abt. 1859, Ripley County, Indiana, USA548,549; d. Aft. 1927; m. REBECCA JANE549,550, Abt. 1881550; b. July 1860, Iowa, USA550,551; d. Unknown.

Notes for HENRY A CLARK:
In 1910, Henry and his wife were living in their son Guy's household, along with two other of their sons and a daughter-in-law. At that time, Henry was listed as living on his own income. [1910 United States Census, Precinct 15, Molina (Snipes), Mesa County, Colorado]

In 1927, Henry was living in Molina (also known as Snipes), Mesa County, Colorado. [Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com): Thomas Fremont Clark's obituary]


xii. ADDIE MARTHA CLARK552,553,554, b. December 1861, Ripley County, Indiana, USA555,556,557,558; d. 1941, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA559; m. JOHN A TRAIN560,561,562, March 14, 1883, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. March 1861, Illinois, USA563,564,565; d. 1938, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA566.

Notes for ADDIE MARTHA CLARK:
In 1927, Addie was living in Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska. Addie was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com): Thomas Fremont Clark's obituary; and LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan)]


Notes for JOHN A TRAIN:
In 1900 John and his wife were living in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where John was a farmer with his own farm free of mortgage. He was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan); and 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for ADDIE CLARK and JOHN TRAIN:
Addie and John were married by Judge G. T. Belding, with W.H. Ballard and G.F. Train, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska, as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages]

As of 1900, Adda and John had no children, although a 15-year old nephew, Earl Glich (born in Kansas, September 1884) was living with them. [1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska]
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Generation No. 5



10. THOMAS CLARK5 SMALL (SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)314,315,316 was born April 24, 1833 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA317,318, and died April 19, 1917 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA318. He married (1) ELIZABETH BOWER319,320 October 13, 1856 in Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, USA321,322. She was born in Pennsylvania, USA323, and died February 18, 1864 in Green Mountain, Marshall County, Iowa, USA323,324. He married (2) ABBIE AMGELIA WATERS325,326,327 October 28, 1866 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA328,329. She was born January 12, 1845 in Ashtabula County, Ohio, USA330,331,332,333, and died February 21, 1932 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA333.

Notes for THOMAS CLARK SMALL:
In 1850, Thomas was listed in the census, living with his parents in Adams township, Ripley County, Indiana, and earning a living as a farmer. [1850 Census, Adams Townsip, Ripley County, Indiana, USA]

Thomas moved to Iowa in 1855, where he was a farmer. In the 1860 census he was listed, with his family, as a farmer in Marshall County, Iowa with $1600 in real estate and $1000 in personal property. On 14 August 1862 he enlisted in Company K, 23rd Iowa Volunteers, as a private, and was promoted to Sergeant and later to Principal Musician. It is alledged that he was disabled by being poisoned while on duty at Pilot Knob, Missouri in October 1862 and that in June 1863, he suffered from sunstroke, a head injury, discharge of kidneys, chronic diarrhea and piles, so that he remained in the camp hospital at the rear of Vicksburg, Mississippi from 1 July to 13 August 1865. Thomas remained in active service until the end of the Civil War when he was honorably discharged on 26 July 1865 in Harrisburg,Texas as Sergeant Major of his regiment. After the war, he moved to Pawnee County, Nebraska, where he farmed and raised stock.

In the 1870 census, Thomas and his family were listed in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Thomas was a farmer. Thomas evidently served as Justice of the Peace for a time, as he was noted performing the marriage of Ira M Woods and Matilda Partridge at his home in Pawnee County on 26 August 1879. [1870 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages]

In the 1880 census, Thomas was listed as a farmer in Miles Township, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1882, Thomas and his family lived in Section 3 of Pawnee County, Nebraska. Thomas was 6 feet, 2 inches tall, with grey eyes and brown hair. [Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County; and data from Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]

In June 1900, Thomas was reported as living in West Branch, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In the 1900 census, he and his family were listed in Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where Thomas was a farmer who rented his land. In the 1910 census, he and his wife were listed in Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where he owned his home free of mortgage. [his mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper; and 1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Notes for ELIZABETH BOWER:
Eliza was buried in Green Mountain Cemetery in Marshall County, Iowa. [Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County]


Notes for ABBIE AMGELIA WATERS:
Abbie's family moved to Nebraska when she was a child. She was buried in Pawnee City Cemetery in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County; and Personal Correpsondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for THOMAS SMALL and ABBIE WATERS:
Abbie and Thomas were married at the home of the bride's father by Rev. Robert Turner of the Baptist church. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); and LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1858-1879, p. 11, #68]


Children of THOMAS SMALL and ELIZABETH BOWER are:
i. EMMA L6 SMALL334,335, b. September 21, 1857, Marshall County, Iowa, USA336,337; d. Unknown; m. (1) JOHN A GREENWELL338,339, July 18, 1880, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1852, Kentucky, USA339; d. Bef. 1898; m. (2) JAMES W MEAD340, December 07, 1898, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1857, Indiana, USA340; d. Unknown.

Notes for EMMA L SMALL:
In 1880, Emma was working and living at her uncle Milo Tucker's hotel in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska]

In 1882, Emma and her husband lived in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County]


Marriage Notes for EMMA SMALL and JOHN GREENWELL:
John and Emma were married by Is. T. Belding, with M.A. Tucker and Mrs. Sarah Tucker [Emma's aunt and uncle] as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889]


Marriage Notes for EMMA SMALL and JAMES MEAD:
Emma and James were married by Rev. A.H. Ballard, pastor of the Baptist church. E.A. Garrett and Mae Long, both of Pawnee County, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908]


35. ii. ELDORA A SMALL, b. November 13, 1859, Marshall County, Iowa, USA; d. Unknown.

Children of THOMAS SMALL and ABBIE WATERS are:
36. iii. SAMUEL G(ASCLOW??)6 SMALL, b. June 19, 1868, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; d. March 11, 1946, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA.
37. iv. ELLA M SMALL, b. November 15, 1869, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; d. Unknown.
38. v. EDWARD E SMALL, b. October 08, 1876, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; d. December 09, 1974, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA??.

11. SARAH5 SMALL (SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)341 was born May 07, 1837 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA341,342,343,344, and died February 03, 1914 in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA345. She married MILO ADAM TUCKER345,346 October 21, 1855 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA347,348. He was born September 11, 1833 in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, USA349,350,351, and died May 18, 1918 in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA352.

Notes for SARAH SMALL:
As of 1900, Sarah and her husband were living in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas. She was buried in the Union Cemetery there. [her mother's Newspaper Obituary, "Beattie (Marshall County, Kansas) Eagle", 8 June 1900; and Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


More About SARAH SMALL:
Burial: February 05, 1914, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA352

Notes for MILO ADAM TUCKER:
Shortly after his marriage, Milo moved to Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa. In 1860, Milo and his family lived in Albion, Marshall County, Iowa, where Milo was a farmer with personal property of $300 and real estate of $3000.

Milo enlisted in Company K of the 23rd Voluntary Infantry from Iowa on 14 August 1862. His wife's brother George Small was also in the same unit. While serving at Vickburg, Mississippi, Milo met his cousin David Tucker from Indiana. He was discharged from the army on 9 May 1868. Milo moved to Nebraska after his discharge.

(David Tucker was a minister, son of Rev. William Tucker, son of John Tucker and Margaret. David visted Milo in Beattie, Kansas and wrote a small editorial for the newspaper denouncing saloons and beer dirnking in Kansas.)

By 1870, Milo had moved to Pawnee County, Nebraska where he was a farmer with real estate of $4300 and personal property of $819. In the 1875 Kansas census, Milo was noted in Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas as a farmer with $2000 in personal property and 160 acres worth $2000. The 1875 census records suggest Milo raised wheat, corn, potatoes, sorghum, and owned a quantity of cattle and a few other farm animals (8 horses, 2 pigs).

In 1880, Milo was listed as a hotel keeper in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Besides his wife and children, also listed in his household were a neice, Emma Small, and four boarders. This business apparently did not suit Milo, as he was soon back in Kansas.

By 1885 and continuing at least until 1910, Milo was a meat shop salesman and grocer, living with his family in Beattie, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas. He owned his home free of mortgage. During his time in Beattie, Milo served as mayor, city police judge, and postmaster. He helped organize the Methodist church and GAR post. It was his practice to vote a straight Republican ticket.

In 1915, Milo's son Thomas and his family had moved to Milo's home to care for him. He was buried in Union Cemetery in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas.

[1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska; 1885, 1895, 1905 and 1915 Kansas State Censuses, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas; 1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas; and Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


More About MILO ADAM TUCKER:
Burial: May 21, 1918, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA352

Children of SARAH SMALL and MILO TUCKER are:
i. MARTHA E6 TUCKER353,354,355,356, b. March 29, 1857, Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, USA357,358,359,360,361; d. June 05, 1933, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA361; m. WILLIAM CANTERBURY HATTEN362, December 16, 1877, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA363,364,365; b. October 1852, West Virginia, USA366,367; d. Unknown.

Notes for MARTHA E TUCKER:
Martha was buried in the United Brethren Cemetery in Richland Center, Marshall County, Kansas. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


More About MARTHA E TUCKER:
Burial: Richland Center, Marshall County, Kansas, USA368

Notes for WILLIAM CANTERBURY HATTEN:
At the time of his marriage, William was a farmer in Richland Center, about 7-1/2 miles north of Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas. (His marriage license indicates he lived in Pawnee County, Nebraska.) In 1900, they were noted living in Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas, where William was a farmer. At that time, a 4-year-old grandson, Clyde V. Mallen was listed among the houshold (born February 1896 in Kansas, father born Illinois, mother born Kansas). In 1910, the family, including granson Clyde V. Millen, was still located in Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas. At that time William rented his farm, and Clyde's father's birthplace was given as Missouri. In their later years, William and his wife moved to Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas. William was buried in the United Brethren Cemetery in Richland Center, Marshall County, Kansas. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); 1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas; Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Birdella McKee Simpson & forwarded by Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); and LDS Microfilm, #2027272, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages 1876-1885]



Marriage Notes for MARTHA TUCKER and WILLIAM HATTEN:
Martha and William were married at the bride's home by Jos M. Thomas, pastor in charge. [LDS Microfilm, #2027272, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages 1876-1885]


ii. THERON WILSON TUCKER369,370,371,372, b. February 22, 1859, Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, USA373,374,375,376,377,378,379; d. January 17, 1945, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, USA380; m. PAULINA "POLLY" K VOLLE381,382,383,384, March 29, 1894, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA385,386,387; b. October 1873, Illinois, USA388,389,390; d. Aft. 1945.

Notes for THERON WILSON TUCKER:
In 1885, Theron was a laborer living with his parents in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas. In 1888, Theron worked for the railroad in East Norway, Kansas. In 1890, he was relieved of his duties as Section Boss. In 1892, Theron moved to Albion, Marshall County, Iowa for a short time. At the time of his marriage in 1894, Theron was a farmer in Marshall County, Kansas.

In 1900 and 1910, Theron farmed in Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas, where he rented his farm. He then moved west to Pence, Scott County, Kansas, but returned to farm north of Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas. In 1916, Theron was farming south of Beattie, near Frankfort and Lillis, Marshall County, Kansas. Next was a farm near Centralia, Nehama County, Kansas, and later a move west to Scott City, Scott County, Kansas. At some point the family moved to Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas.

In Scott City, the family lived in a sod house with plaster walls, wood door and frame windows, and oil cloth in lieu of window glass.

In his later years, Theron was blind, perhaps from cataracts. He and his wife then lived with son Ralph in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, where he enjoyed sitting in a rocking chair on the front porch, shewing and spitting tobacco. One day the house caught fire and while Ralph went back into the house to retrieve something after getting Theron and Pauline to the front porch, Theron fell off the porch and broke his hip. He died a few days later.

[Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); 1885 Kansas State Census, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas; LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909; and 1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas]


Notes for PAULINA "POLLY" K VOLLE:
After her husband's death, Pauline lived with her sons Ralph and Walter. She fell and broke her hip while making her bed. She died a few days later. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


Marriage Notes for THERON TUCKER and PAULINA VOLLE:
Polly and Theron were married by L.S. Hibbard. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909]


iii. SAMUEL D TUCKER391,392,393,394, b. December 26, 1861, Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, USA395,396,397,398,399; d. October 05, 1949, Glendora, Los Angeles County, California, USA399; m. SARAH JENNIE HARBESON400,401, March 08, 1891, Sharon Springs, Wallace County, Kansas, USA402,403; b. October 1872, Iowa, USA404; d. Unknown.

Notes for SAMUEL D TUCKER:
In 1885, Samuel was a merchant working and living with this parents in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas. He later homesteaded in Trego County, Kansas and was a meat cutter in Onega, Pottawatomie County, Kansas for a short period.

After his marriage, Samuel lived in Wallace County, Kansas where he was elected to Road Overseer ad Constable. He may also have been a U.S. Marshall. The family later moved back east, where, in 1900, Samuel and his family rented their home in Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas. Samuel worked as a laborer on the railroad in Nebraska. He lived in Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas before moving to Glendora, Los Angeles County, California in 1920.

Samuel was buried in Oakdale Memorial Cemetery in Covina, Los Angeles County, California.

[Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); 1885 Kansas State Census, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas; and 1900 United States Census, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas]


More About SAMUEL D TUCKER:
Burial: Unknown, Covina, Los Angeles County, California, USA405

39. iv. THOMAS CLARK TUCKER, b. February 10, 1865, Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, USA; d. December 09, 1950, Frankfort, Marshall County, Iowa, USA.
v. SARAH "SADIE" E TUCKER406,407,408,409,410, b. May 28, 1870, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA411,412,413,414,415,416; d. June 27, 1947, Scott City, Scott County, Kansas, USA417; m. WILLIAM A POTTER417, August 15, 1900, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA418; b. Abt. 1867, Iowa, USA418; d. Unknown, Scott County, Kansas, USA.

Notes for SARAH "SADIE" E TUCKER:
Sarah attended Baker University, and she taught school in the Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas school district. In 1895 and 1900, Sarah was a teacher, living with her parents in Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas. She was buried in Scott County Cemetery in Scott City, Scott County, Kansas. [1900 United States Census, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas; 1895 Kansas State Census, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas; LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909; and Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


More About SARAH "SADIE" E TUCKER:
Burial: June 29, 1947, Scott City, Scott County, Kansas, USA419

Notes for WILLIAM A POTTER:
At the time of his marriage, William was a farmer in Logan County, Kansas. William had a horse ranch in Pencee, Scott County, Kansas, where he and his wife raised their family. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909; and Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


Marriage Notes for SARAH TUCKER and WILLIAM POTTER:
Sarah and William were married by Rev. H.S. Pasley. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909]


vi. LENA M TUCKER420,421,422,423, b. October 1872, Nebraska, USA424,425,426,427; d. December 15, 1936, Whittier, Los Angeles County, California, USA428; m. CHARLES HENRY GILMAN428, July 06, 1904, Scott City, Scott County, Kansas, USA428; d. Unknown.

Notes for LENA M TUCKER:
In 1900, Lena was a dressmaker, living with her parents in Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas. She was buried in Olive Grove Cemetery in South Whittier, Los Angeles County, California. [1900 United States Census, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas; and Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


More About LENA M TUCKER:
Burial: South Whittier, Los Angeles County, California, USA428

vii. MILO ADAM TUCKER429,430,431,432, b. March 04, 1876, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA433,434,435,436,437,438; d. November 09, 1956, Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas, USA439; m. EMMA A PAPE440,441, March 24, 1909, Home City, Marshall County, Kansas, USA442,443; b. 1887, Kansas, USA443,444; d. 1964, Kansas, USA444.

Notes for MILO ADAM TUCKER:
In 1900 and 1910, Milo was a grocery salesman in Beattie, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas. In 1900, he was living at home with his parents. [1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas; and LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905]


More About MILO ADAM TUCKER:
Burial: November 11, 1956, Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas, USA445

Notes for EMMA A PAPE:
At the time of her marriage, Emma lived in Home City, Marshall County, Kansas. She worked for Jones Department Store in Kansas City, and worked her way up to be Head Buyer. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909; Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (DorothyB2@prodigy.net)]


More About EMMA A PAPE:
Burial: Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas, USA446

Marriage Notes for MILO TUCKER and EMMA PAPE:
Emma and Milo were married by Rev. J. Hansen. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905]
.

12. GEORGE W5 SMALL (SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)447,448,449 was born July 20, 1841 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA450,451,452, and died February 09, 1924 in Anadarko, Caddo County, Oklahoma, USA453. He married IDA MILLER454,455 June 01, 1892 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA456. She was born November 1858 in Iowa, USA457,458, and died Aft. February 1924.

Notes for GEORGE W SMALL:
George attended public schools in Indiana and Iowa. He relocated to Nebraska in 1864 and homesteaded 160 acres in Pawnee County, Nebraska. George and his sister Sarah's husband were in the same Army unit during the Civil War. The two families visited quite frequently.

In the 1870 census, George was listed as a farmer in Township 1, Range 10 of Pawnee County, Nebraska. Also in his household were his mother, sisters Phebe and Elizabeth, and a 2-year old child, Bertha R Small. In the 1880 census, George was listed in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Living in his household were his mother, niece Bertha (12 years old, born in Nebraska, mother born in Iowa), and his sister Elizabeth with her husband and two children.

In 1900, George and his wife were living in West Branch, Pawnee Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. At that time they were renting the farm where they lived.

The spring after the opening of the town of Anadrako in Caddo County, Oklahoma, George and his wife relocated to that town, residing at 210 North Kansas Avenue. George was active in the Christian church and was converted and united with that church when he was 60 years of age. he served as deacon and then as elder until his hearing became too impaired to perform those duties.

[Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); "The Anadrako Tribune," Anadrako, Caddo County, Oklahoma, February 14, 1924, p. 8, col. 3; his mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper; and 1870, 1880 and 1900 United States Censuses, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


More About GEORGE W SMALL:
Burial: February 10, 1924, Anadarko, Caddo County, Oklahoma, USA

Marriage Notes for GEORGE SMALL and IDA MILLER:
George and Ida were married by O.H. Derry, with Mrs. Jane Stauffer and Ella Miller as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages]


Child of GEORGE SMALL and IDA MILLER is:
i. SON6 SMALL459,460, b. Bef. 1900; d. Bef. 1900461.

13. CHARLOTTE5 SMALL (SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)462 was born April 24, 1844 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA462,463,464, and died October 09, 1941 in Lincoln, Gage County, Nebraska, USA465. She married JOHN EDGAR WOODS465,466,467 February 11, 1867 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA468,469,470. He was born November 14, 1841 in Indiana, USA471, and died March 15, 1933 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA471.

Notes for CHARLOTTE SMALL:
As of June 1900, Charlotte and her husband lived in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. She was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. [her mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper; and Personal Correpsondence, Leonard Steiner as forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Notes for JOHN EDGAR WOODS:
In 1880, John was a farmer living in Steinaer Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In the 1910 census, John was listed as a stockman who raised fine horses in Pawnee City Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, and owned his farm free of mortgage. He was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, in Pawnee County, Nebraska. His tombstone indicates he was a member of Company E of the Nebraska Cavalry. [1880 United States Census, Steinaer Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and 1910 United States Census, Pawnee City Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correspondence, Leonard Steiner as forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for CHARLOTTE SMALL and JOHN WOODS:
Charlotte and John were married by Rev. R. Turner, at Rev. Turner's residence. [LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1858-1879, p. 11, #75]


Children of CHARLOTTE SMALL and JOHN WOODS are:
i. EDGAR6 WOODS472,473, b. October 19, 1866, Nebraska, USA474,475; d. May 29, 1955, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA476; m. (1) ALICE MAY MARBLE477,478, March 27, 1889, Table Rock, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA479,480; b. April 04, 1867481; d. October 30, 1934, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA481.; m. (2) NELLIE COOPER482, April 26, 1939, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1875, Vesta, Johnson County, Nebraska, USA482; d. Unknown.

Notes for EDGAR WOODS:
In 1900, in 1910, and in 1920 Edgar and his family were living in Clear Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Edgar was a farmer who owned his farm free of mortgage. In 1939, at the time of his second marriage, Edgar lived in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. He was buried in Table Rock Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1900, 1910, and 1920 United States Censuses, Clear Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and LDS Microfilm for for Table Rock Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Notes for ALICE MAY MARBLE:
Alice was buried in Table Rock Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Table Rock Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for EDGAR WOODS and ALICE MARBLE:
Alice and Edgar were married by Rev. John W. Little. H.P. Marble of Pawnee County, Nebraska, and Myrtle Woolsey of Johnson County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages]


Notes for NELLIE COOPER:
In 1939, at the time of her second marriage, Nellie lived in Table Rock, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955]


Marriage Notes for EDGAR WOODS and NELLIE COOPER:
Edgar and Nellie were married by county judge Charles M. Hurd. Mary Clarke and Minnie L. Monasmith of Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955]


ii. WILMER WOODS483,484, b. November 29, 1868, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA484; d. January 17, 1872, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA484.

Notes for WILMER WOODS:
Wilmer was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


iii. BRUCE WOODS485, b. January 1871, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA485,486; d. Unknown; m. EDITH MARBLE486,487, Abt. 1896488,489; b. October 1869, Iowa, USA490; d. Unknown.

Notes for BRUCE WOODS:
In 1900 and in 1910, Bruce was a farmer in Clear Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. He owned, free of mortgage, the farm adjacent to, or very near, his brother Edgar's farm. [1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Clear Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


iv. CHARLES WOOD491, b. Abt. 1874, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA491,492; d. 1945, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA493; m. CORA L HOFF494, Abt. November 28, 1894, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Bet. 1867 - 1868, Iowa, USA495,496; d. 1934, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA497.

Notes for CHARLES WOOD:
In 1910, Charles was engaged in buying and selling horses in Pawnee City Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. At that time his home was mortgaged. Charles was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1910 United States Census, Pawnee City Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Notes for CORA L HOFF:
Cora was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for CHARLES WOOD and CORA HOFF:
Cora and Charles' marriage license was signed by county judge G.T. Belding. The license was not returned to the court, so it is unclear if they actually married or not. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1890-1897]


v. FRED WOODS498,499, b. May 1877, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA500,501,502; d. Unknown; m. GENEVIEVE "JENNIE" VANCE502,503, December 28, 1904, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1877, Illinois, USA504,505; d. Unknown.

Notes for FRED WOODS:
In 1910, Fred and his family lived in Clear Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where Fred was a farmer renting a farm adjacent to the farms of his brothers Edgar and Bruce. By 1920, Fred owned his home in Clear Creek Precicnt, Pawnee County, Nebraska, free of mortgage. [1910 and 1920 United States Censuses, Clear Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for FRED WOODS and GENEVIEVE VANCE:
Jennie and Fred were married by Charles M. Shepherd, pastor of the M.E. Church. Miss Nellie Woods and Mr. Frank Steinauer, both residents of Pawnee County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908]


vi. NELLIE MAE WOODS506,507,508, b. May 16, 1880, near Steinauer, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA509,510,511,512; d. May 16, 1968, Seattle, King County, Washington, USA512; m. FRANK MARTIN STEINAUER513, August 11, 1915, St. Joseph, Buchanan County, Missouri, USA514; b. July 04, 1878, Steinauer, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA514; d. February 04, 1943, Steinauer, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA514.

Notes for NELLIE MAE WOODS:
In 1910, Nellie was a saleslady, living at home with her parents in Pawnee City Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Nellie was buried in Acacia Mausoleum in Seattle, King County, Washington. [1910 United States Census, Pawnee City Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Notes for FRANK MARTIN STEINAUER:
In 1920 Frank owned his home in Clear Creek Precicnt, Pawnee County, Nebraska, free of mortgage. He was president of a bank at that time. Frank was buried in St. Anthony's Cemetery in Steinauer, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1920 United States Census, Clear Creek Precicnt, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correpsondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for NELLIE WOODS and FRANK STEINAUER:
Nellie and Frank were married in the Catholic Church. [Personal Correpsondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


vii. SON WOODS515,516, b. March 13, 1882, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA516; d. March 18, 1882, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA516.

Notes for SON WOODS:
This child was buried in Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


viii. FLORENCE B WOODS517,518, b. August 20, 1886, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA519,520,521; d. October 1982, San Diego, San Deigo County, California, USA521; m. MERVYN J HALEY522,523; b. Abt. 1897, Iowa, USA524; d. Unknown.

Notes for FLORENCE B WOODS:
Florence obtained Social Security #546-34-12-16 in California. Her last residence was in San Deigo, San Deigo County, California 92103. [Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]


Notes for MERVYN J HALEY:
According to a cousin once removed, Leonard Steiner, Mervyn moved away from Nebraska to San Diego, California about World War II. [Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]
.

14. PHEBE5 SMALL (SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)525 was born April 14, 1847 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA525,526, and died September 27, 1939 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA526. She married (2) DAVID RILEY526 November 14, 1876 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA526. He was born Bet. 1852 - 1853 in CANADA527,528, and died Unknown.

Notes for PHEBE SMALL:
As of June 1900, Phebe and her husband lived in Edmond, Norton County, Kansas. [her mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper)]


Notes for DAVID RILEY:
In 1880, David was a farm laborer and was living in Clay Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Also in his household at that time was a 12-year old girl, Bertha Riley, born in Nebraska. [1880 United States Census, Clay Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for PHEBE SMALL and DAVID RILEY:
Phebe and David were married at the bride's mother's house, by Elder Robert Turner. The marriage was witnessed by Mary P. Turner and Ocessa Turner, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska. The marriage license was returned on 2 Decmber 1876. [LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B, p. 113, #497]


Child of PHEBE SMALL is:
40. i. BERTHA6 SMALL, b. February 28, 1868, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; d. March 12, 1946, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA??.

Children of PHEBE SMALL and DAVID RILEY are:
ii. ELEY/ELLA A6 RILEY529,530, b. October 21, 1877, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA531,532; d. November 14, 1881, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA532.
iii. ELMA RILEY533, b. October 21, 1877, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA533; d. Unknown.
iv. GEORGE RILEY533, b. May 1880, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA533; d. Unknown.

15. JANE5 SMALL (SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)534 was born January 02, 1850 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA534,535, and died February 03, 1934 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA535. She married BENJAMIN MERRILLS BOGUE535,536 March 07, 1868 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA. He was born Abt. 1842 in Ohio, USA537,538, and died March 08, 1922 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA539.

Notes for JANE SMALL:
As of June 1900, Jane and her husband lived in West Branch, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Jane was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [her mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper; and Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Notes for BENJAMIN MERRILLS BOGUE:
In 1880, Merrills was a farmer living in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1910, he was still a farmer in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, and owned his home free of mortgage. By 1920, Merrills was retired and living in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where he owned his home free of mortgage. He was buried in Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1880 and 1910 United States Censuses, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; 1920 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correpsondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for JANE SMALL and BENJAMIN BOGUE:
Jane and Benjamin were married at the residence of M.A. Tucker by Thomas J. Griggs, Justice of the Peace. M.A. Tucker [Jane's brother-in-law, Milo] and S. Cunningham, both of Pawnee County, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1858-1879]


Children of JANE SMALL and BENJAMIN BOGUE are:
i. ERNEST E6 BOGUE540,541,542, b. Bet. 1869 - 1870, Nebraska, USA543,544,545; d. Unknown; m. CLARA A METZGER546,547, December 18, 1895, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Bet. 1875 - 1876, Iowa, USA548,549; d. Unknown.

Notes for ERNEST E BOGUE:
In 1910, Ernest was a farmer in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. At that time he rented his home. [1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for ERNEST BOGUE and CLARA METZGER:
Clara and Ernest were married in the bride's father's home by Rev. R. J. McCready of the Pawnee City, Nebraska First U.P. Church. Otto Metzger and Miss Edith Bogue, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908]


ii. 7 BOGUE550, b. Bet. 1869 - 1900; d. Bef. 1910550.
iii. 6 BOGUE550, b. Bet. 1869 - 1900; d. Bef. 1910550.
iv. EDITH SOPHIA BOGUE551,552, b. Abt. 1874, Kansas, USA553,554; d. Unknown; m. ROBERT ANDREW SMITH555,556,557, October 02, 1900, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA558,559; b. Bet. 1870 - 1871, Nebraska, USA560,561; d. Unknown.

Notes for ROBERT ANDREW SMITH:
In 1920, Robert was a farmer, renting his farm, in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for EDITH BOGUE and ROBERT SMITH:
Edith and Robert were married by Rev. R.J. McCready. William Inglis and George Loch, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897]


v. LOTTIE AGNES BOGUE562,563, b. Abt. 1877, Kansas, USA564,565,566; d. Unknown; m. ROBERT T/L TURNBULL567,568,569, February 20, 1901, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1876, Nebraska, USA570,571,572,573; d. Unknown.

Notes for ROBERT T/L TURNBULL:
In 1910, Robert was a farmer in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. At that time his farm was mortgaged. In 1920, Robert was a farmer in Clay Precicnt, Pawnee County, Nebraska, with a mortgaged farm. [1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and 1920 United States Census, Clay Precicnt, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for LOTTIE BOGUE and ROBERT TURNBULL:
Lottie and Robert were married at the bride's father's house by Rev. W. S. (or J.) Brooks. James H Barker and Thomas G. Turnbull, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1894-1908]


vi. JESSIE E BOGUE574,575, b. Abt. 1882, Nebraska, USA576,577; d. Unknown.

Notes for JESSIE E BOGUE:
In 1920, Jessie was living at home with her parents in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. At that time she was a dry goods store clerk. [1920 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


vii. ILMA N BOGUE578, b. Abt. 1892, Nebraska, USA578; d. Unknown.

16. ELIZABETH C5 SMALL (SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)579,580,581 was born April 14, 1856 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA582, and died September 12, 1939 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA582. She married JOHN L STALL583,584 March 30, 1876 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA. He was born Abt. 1854 in Ohio, USA585,586, and died Unknown.

Notes for ELIZABETH C SMALL:
As of June 1900, Elizabeth and her husband lived in Steinaur, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [her mother's Newspaper Obituary, probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper)]


Notes for JOHN L STALL:
In 1880, John and his family were living with his brother-in-law, Geroge Small, in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. John was listed as a blacksmith. [1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska]

In the 1910 census, John was listed as a blacksmith in Clear Creek Precinct (Steinhauer), Pawnee County, Nebraska. At that time he was renting his residence. [1910 United States Census, Clear Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for ELIZABETH SMALL and JOHN STALL:
Lizzie and John were married at the bride's mother's residence by Elder Robert Turner. The wedding was witnessed by Mary Turner and Caesa Turner. [LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B, p. 105, #457]


Children of ELIZABETH SMALL and JOHN STALL are:
i. VERA/VIVA E6 STALL587,588,589, b. Abt. 1877, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA590,591; d. Aft. 1900592; m. GUY METCALFE593, December 01, 1897, Steinauer, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1874, Nebraska, USA593; d. Unknown.

Notes for GUY METCALFE:
Guy and his wife were living in Lancaster County, Nebraska in 1902, according to his sister-in-law's marriage records. [LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages]


Marriage Notes for VERA/VIVA STALL and GUY METCALFE:
Vera/Viva and Guy were married by Rev. Jas. E. Comer, baptist minister. M.B. Thurber of Johnson County, Nebraska and Miss Maggie L. Stall of Pawnee County, Nebraska ,served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986840, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897]


ii. MAGGIE/MARGIE L STALL594,595, b. February 1879, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA596,597,598; d. Unknown; m. LOUIS A ALBERS599,600, June 18, 1902, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1874, GERMANY600; d. Unknown.

Notes for MAGGIE/MARGIE L STALL:
In 1900, Maggie was teaching school and living with her parents. [1900 United States Census, Clear Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for MAGGIE/MARGIE STALL and LOUIS ALBERS:
Maggie and Louis were married by Rev. A.H. Bullard, pastor of the Baptist Church. Guy and Viva Metcalf, both of Lancaster County, Nebraska, werved as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1894-1908]


iii. STALL601, b. Bet. 1879 - 1896, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; d. Bef. 1900, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA601.
iv. CLAYTON STALL601,602, b. March 1896, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA603; d. Unknown.

17. JOHN C5 SMALL (JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)604,605 was born 1830 in Marden, Kent, ENGLAND605, and died 1912 in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA606,607. He married MARGARET E. DORE608,609,610. She was born 1841 in Ireland611,612, and died 1913 in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA613,614.

Notes for JOHN C SMALL:
John operated a sucessful grocery store in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio for over 40 years. As a youth he had worked as a miller. John was identified with the early growth of Harrison, Ohio, and died at his home on Park Avenue after an illness. He was buried in Glen Haven Cemetery in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 19-20]


More About JOHN C SMALL:
Christening: August 07, 1831, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND615

Notes for MARGARET E. DORE:
Margaret was buried beside her husband in Glen Haven Cemetery, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 20]


Children of JOHN SMALL and MARGARET DORE are:
i. SCOTT6 SMALL616,617, d. Unknown.

Notes for SCOTT SMALL:
Scott was an early city manager of Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, and was on the editorial staff of the Cincinnati Times-Star. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 19]


ii. SAMUEL SMALL618,619, d. Unknown.

Notes for SAMUEL SMALL:
Samuel was an executive with Kelloggs in Battle Creek, Michigan. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 20]


iii. JOHN C SMALL, JR.620,621, d. Unknown.
iv. MAUD SMALL622,623, d. Unknown.

18. ELIZABETH5 SMALL (JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)624 was born 1832 in Marden, Kent, ENGLAND624, and died Unknown. She married WILLIAM OYLER625 July 04, 1850 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA625. He was born Abt. 1830 in ENGLAND626, and died Unknown.

More About ELIZABETH SMALL:
Christening: May 06, 1832, Marden, Kent, ENGLAND627

Notes for WILLIAM OYLER:
In the 1860 census, William and his family were listed in Center Township, Marion County, Indiana. At that time, he was a varnisher, with personal property worth $75. [1860 United States Census, Center Township, Marion County, Indiana]


Children of ELIZABETH SMALL and WILLIAM OYLER are:
i. ELMIRA6 OYLER628, b. Abt. 1855, Ohio (probably Harrison, Hamilton County), USA628; d. Unknown.
ii. EMMA OYLER628, b. Abt. 1857, Indiana, USA628; d. Unknown.
iii. JULETTE OYLER628, b. Abt. 1857, Indiana, USA628; d. Unknown.

19. EDWARD5 SMALL (JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)629,630 was born September 07, 1835 in Seneca Falls, Seneca County, New York, USA631,632,633, and died December 27, 1916 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA634. He married MARY ANN MORRISON635,636,637,638 September 27, 1864 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA639. She was born 1847 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA640, and died September 21, 1928 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA641,642.

Notes for EDWARD SMALL:
As a young man in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, Edward worked as a carriage trimmer. About the time of his father's death, Edward moved to Mt. Carmel, Franklin County, Indiana, where he was working as a painter and living in a small hotel in 1860. Shortly after, he moved to Shelby County, Indiana.

According to family tradition, Edward arrived in Shelbyville penniless and attempted to beg a meal at the Morrison House, a well-known boarding house. While he was originally turned away, Mary Morrison, a daughter of the proprietorand who would later become his wife, called him back for a meal. Regardless of the truthfulness of the story, Edward was soon boarding at the Morrison House while working at the McGuire carriage company.

Edward served in the Civil War 20 months as a member of Comapny G, Thirty-seventh Regiment, Indiana Infantry. He enlisted at Lawrenceburg, Dearborn County, Indiana on 15 October 1861, listing Franklin County as his home of record. During one battle, Edward beceived bullet wounds in the ankle and stomach. He became ill at the Battle of Stone River (31 December 1862 to 2 January 1863 in Tennesee) and spent considerable time in the hospital before being discharged on 26 May 1863 for physical disability. His war wounds bothered him for the rest of his life.

While working at the carriage trimming business in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, Edward met Samuel Hamilton, a banker, and John Elliot, a financier. With their encouragment, he entered into the confectionary business. Edward also operated the first five- and ten-cent store in Shelbyville, as well as an extensive news service.

Edward was a charter member of the Board of Directors of the Shelby Building and Loan Association when it was organized in 1908. He was also a member of the original Board of Members of the Forest Hill Cemetery, founded in 1884. Edward and his family lived on Tompkins Street in Shelbyville in 1880, moving to 142 West Mechanic Street prior to 1890.

In 1882, Edward became the guardian of his brother David's children. Throughout his life, Edward was a stern and strict man, and one of his outbursts provoked one nephew to run away, never to heard from again.

Edward died at his Mechanic Street home after suffering some weeks from a complication of diseases. The official cause of death was listed as heart disease. He was buried in Lot 143, Section 7 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved in his burial was Ralph Edwards.

[History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535; Personal Correspondence, Richard M. Small; Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records; and Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4-6]


Notes for MARY ANN MORRISON:
Mary was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal Church in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, and was active in church affairs and activities as long as her health permitted. She was a charter member of the local Women's Relief Corps, and was member of the Order of the Eastern Star. She died at home, on West Mechanic Street, after a long period of illness. She was remembered as a loving grandmother, having ofter consoled grandchildren after one of her husband's outbursts. Mary was buried next to her husband in Lot 143, Section 7 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved with her burial was Ralph Edwards.

[Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6; and Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


Children of EDWARD SMALL and MARY MORRISON are:
i. WILBUR M.6 SMALL643,644, b. July 26, 1865, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA645,646; d. Unknown, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA; m. (1) STELLA J PHERIGO647,648,649, January 26, 1887, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., Indiana, USA650,651; b. March 31, 1866, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA652; d. Unknown, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA; m. (2) LAURA B. JEFFRIES, March 07, 1912, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., Indiana, USA; d. Unknown.

Notes for WILBUR M. SMALL:
Wilbur attended public schools in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. At the age of 16 he went into the confectionary business. He moved his buisness to a new location in March 1887. Wilbur was an Odd Fellow and a Democrat. [History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535]

Sometime after 1887, Wilbur and his family moved to Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana where he continued to operate a confectionary business. He also, at one time, had a confectionary business in Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6]



Notes for STELLA J PHERIGO:
As of 1909, Stella - apparently without her husband - was living in Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana. [Chadwick, Edward H., Chadwick's History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Indianapolis: B.F. Bowen & Co., 1909)]


ii. PEARLE SMALL653, b. 1867, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA653; d. 1871, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA653.
iii. EDDIE SMALL653, b. 1869, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA653; d. December 26, 1869, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA653.
41. iv. CHARLES SMALL, b. 1870, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA; d. December 31, 1913, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., Indiana, USA.
42. v. FRANKLIN SMALL, b. February 19, 1873, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA; d. January 28, 1960, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA.
43. vi. GEORGE SMALL, b. October 30, 1875, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA; d. December 07, 1951, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA.
44. vii. DAVID HAMPTON SMALL, b. July 17, 1877, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA; d. September 10, 1904, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA.
viii. JOHN SMALL653, b. December 17, 1882, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA653; d. Unknown, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA; m. (1) CLAUDINE FEASTER653, 1906653; b. August 21, 1889, Cairo, Alexander? County, Illinois, USA654; d. January 31, 1942, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA655,656; m. (2) BESSIE, Private; b. Private.

Notes for JOHN SMALL:
As a young man, John worked in his father's confectionary business. Later, he went into the paper hanging business with his brother George. In 1964, at the age of 81, John was the oldest active mail carrier in the US Postal Service. John also served two terms as Shelbyville, Indiana city councilman. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6-7]


Notes for CLAUDINE FEASTER:
Claudine died of a coronary thrombosis and was buried in Lot 144, Section 7 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved with her burial was Loran Murphy. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.]


More About CLAUDINE FEASTER:
Burial: April 03, 1942, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA656

ix. ESTELLA SMALL657, b. September 07, 1886, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA657; d. Unknown, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA657; m. JOHN B RAGAR657, May 14, 1917, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA657; d. Unknown, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA657.

Notes for ESTELLA SMALL:
Estella was born at the family home at 158 West Mechanic Street, Shelbyville. She had a very beautiful voice and enjoyed singing. After her husband's death, she continued to live at their home at 617 Broadway in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 7]


Notes for JOHN B RAGAR:
After John and Estella's marriage they moved to Harrision, Hamilton County, Ohio where John owned a dance hall and skating parlor. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 7]
.

20. DAVID W5 SMALL (JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)658,659 was born 1842 in Hamilton County?, Ohio, USA660,661, and died July 01, 1879 in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, USA662,663. He married AMANDA WALKER664,665 1871 in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, USA666,667. She was born Abt. 1852 in Indiana, USA668,669, and died Unknown.

Notes for DAVID W SMALL:
In the 1860 Ohio census, David was listed as 18 years old, living with his mother, and with an occupation of varnisher.

In the 1870 census, David was a boarder at the Carr House hotel in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana with personal property valued at $4371. He was a bookseller. After his marriage, David owned a variety store on Main Street in Rushville, specializing in books, periodicals, notions and toys. He and his family lived on Ruth Street (now 1st Street), two blocks west of the Court House between Hackson and Harrison Streets. David died of heart trouble six months after his mother's death and was buried in East Hill Cemetery outside of Rushville, Indiana. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 20-21]


More About DAVID W SMALL:
Burial: Unknown, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, USA

Notes for AMANDA WALKER:
After her husband's death, a guardian was appointed to look after the children's financial assets (they had inherited 2/3 of thier father's estate) while they remained at home with Amanda. The first guardian died after a year, so a second was appointed. In the spring of 1881, Amanda abondoned the children, settling in St. Louis, Missouri, after time on the west coast. The children were moved to Shelbyville, Indiana to live with their uncle Edward. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 21]


Marriage Notes for DAVID SMALL and AMANDA WALKER:
David and Amanda were married at the Carr House hotel by the Reverend E.W. Thompson. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4; and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 20]


Children of DAVID SMALL and AMANDA WALKER are:
i. DEWITT CLINTON6 SMALL670,671, b. 1872, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, USA672; d. Unknown.

Notes for DEWITT CLINTON SMALL:
After receiving a thrashing from his uncle Edward, Clint ran away and was never heard from again. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3, and Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 21]


45. ii. EARL BRECKENRIDGE SMALL, b. 1874, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, USA; d. 1954, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA.
iii. JESSAMINE (JESSIE) SMALL672,673, b. 1877, Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, USA674; d. 1960, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA??675; m. WILLIAM B CREBS676, 1904676; d. Unknown.

Notes for JESSAMINE (JESSIE) SMALL:
Jessie was buried next to her aunt Mary in Glen Haven Cemetery in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 20]


Notes for WILLIAM B CREBS:
William was a traction motorman. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 21]
.

21. TIMOTHY5 SMALL (STEPHEN4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)677 was born Abt. 1833 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA678,679, and died April 30, 1893 in Shelby County, Illinois, USA680. He married (1) REBECCA HARTZELL681 in Indiana, USA. She was born Abt. 1839 in Indiana, USA682, and died April 1874 in Shelby County, Illinois, USA683. He married (2) SARAH BLYTHE683 February 13, 1876 in Shelby County, Illinois, USA684. She was born Abt. 1849 in Shelby County, Illinois, USA685, and died Unknown.

Notes for TIMOTHY SMALL:
Timothy moved to Shelby County, Illinois, from Indiana, in 1861. There, in 1881, he was a farmer and a stock raiser in Section 16 near Windsor. [Combined History of Shelby and Moultrie Counties, Illinois, (Philadelphia: Brink, McDonough and Co., 1881)]

Timothy served as a private in Company G, 12th Illinois Infantry during the Civil War. [Veterans Buried in Shelby County, Illinois, (Shelby County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1982), p. 7]

In 1870 Timothy was a farmer in Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois. Also in his household at that time was a 16-year old girl, born in Kentucky, named Sarah Harsh (perhaps his wife's sister?). [1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois]

In 1880, Timothy was a farmer residing in Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois. [1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois]



More About TIMOTHY SMALL:
Burial: 1893, Shelby County, Illinois, USA686

Children of TIMOTHY SMALL and REBECCA HARTZELL are:
i. FLORA6 SMALL687,688, b. Abt. 1859, Indiana, USA689,690; d. Unknown; m. JONATHAN L KELLEY691, December 05, 1880, Shelby County, Illinois, USA691; d. Unknown.
ii. SARAH SMALL692, b. Abt. 1860, Indiana, USA692; d. Unknown.
iii. EDWARD S SMALL692,693, b. Bet. 1861 - 1862, Illinois, USA694,695; d. Unknown; m. LIZZIE LOVE696, December 25, 1888, Shelby County, Illinois, USA696; d. Unknown.
iv. WILLIAM SMALL697,698, b. Abt. 1863, Illinois, USA699,700; d. Unknown.
v. VIOLA SMALL701,702, b. Abt. 1864, Illinois, USA703,704; d. Unknown.
vi. ROSE SMALL705, b. Abt. 1868, Illinois, USA705; d. Bef. 1880, Illinois, USA.
vii. CARRIE SMALL706, b. Abt. 1871, Shelby County, Illinois, USA706; d. Unknown.

Child of TIMOTHY SMALL and SARAH BLYTHE is:
viii. ERNEST6 SMALL706, b. Abt. 1877, Shelby County, Illinois, USA706; d. Unknown; m. GRACE MAXEDON707, February 12, 1899, Shelby County, Illinois, USA707; d. Unknown.

22. JAMES5 SMALL (STEPHEN4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)708 was born Bet. 1834 - 1835 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA709,710, and died Bet. 1875 - 1880 in Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois, USA??. He married MARY A711. She was born Abt. 1836 in Indiana, USA712,713, and died Unknown.

Notes for JAMES SMALL:
James evidently did not join his parents in Shelby County, Illionis until sometime between 1862 and 1867. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 11]

In 1870, James was a farmer living in Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois. [1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois]


Notes for MARY A:
In 1880, Mary and her children were living in Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois. [1880 United States Census, (Soundex), Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois]


Children of JAMES SMALL and MARY A are:
i. STEPHEN B6 SMALL714,715, b. Abt. 1856716,717; d. Unknown.
ii. BELLE SMALL718, b. Abt. 1859718; d. Unknown.
iii. ALICE SMALL718, b. Abt. 1860718; d. Unknown; m. MICHAEL RENNER719, March 05, 1882, Shelby County, Illinois, USA719; d. Unknown.
iv. JAMES E SMALL720, b. Abt. 1862720; d. Unknown.
v. JOHN C SMALL720,721, b. Abt. 1867722,723; d. Unknown.
vi. CHARLES E SMALL724,725, b. Abt. 1869726,727; d. Unknown.
vii. ALFRED SMALL727, b. Abt. 1872, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois, USA728; d. Unknown.
viii. ADA SMALL729, b. Abt. 1876, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois, USA729; d. Unknown.

23. SARAH JANE5 SMALL (JOHN4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)730,731 was born June 26, 1837 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA732,733, and died February 05, 1869 in Indiana, USA733. She married JOSEPH MONTCREIF733 August 08, 1860 in Indiana, USA733. He died Unknown.

Children of SARAH SMALL and JOSEPH MONTCREIF are:
i. MARTHA E6 MONTCREIF734, b. Abt. 1862734; d. Unknown.

Notes for MARTHA E MONTCREIF:
Martha and her sister lived with their maternal grandparents after the death of their mother. [1870 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana]


ii. SARAH A MONTCREIF734, b. Abt. 1864734; d. Unknown.

Notes for SARAH A MONTCREIF:
Sarah and her sister lived with their maternal grandparents after the death of their mother. [1870 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana]
.

24. GEORGE WASHINGTON5 SMALL (JOHN4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)735,736 was born April 15, 1845 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA737,738,739,740, and died April 06, 1919 in Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas, USA741. He married (1) ELIZABETH JANE CLINE741 October 24, 1867 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA741. She died Bef. 1873. He married (2) FRANCIS LEVINA WINTER741,742 March 04, 1873 in Marshall County, Kansas, USA743,744. She was born September 1854 in Indiana, USA745,746,747,748, and died Unknown.

Notes for GEORGE WASHINGTON SMALL:
George served in the Civil War, being honorably discharged from Company D, 134th Infantry on 11 September 1864.

George moved to Kansas about 1870. He and his family later relocated to Nebraska between 1874 and 1878, but by the 1895 Kansas census were back in Kansas, in Richland Township, Marshall County. In 1895, George was a farmer with 170 acres worth $4000.

In the 1905 Kansas census, George and his wife were living in Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas. At that time he owned 80 acres worth $5000. His farm featured a well with a pump, and it produced 17 acres of corn, 1 acre of potatoes, 7 acres millet, 50 pounds of butter, and 90 pounds of honey.

In 1910, George and his wife were living in Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.

George was buried in the Richland Center Brethern Church cemetery in Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com); and 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas]


Children of GEORGE SMALL and FRANCIS WINTER are:
46. i. JOHN HENRY6 SMALL, b. December 1873, Kansas, USA; d. Unknown.
ii. LORA MAY SMALL749,750,751, b. Bet. 1877 - 1878, Gage County, Nebraska, USA752,753; d. Unknown; m. WILLIAM F ORR754,755, October 30, 1895, Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas, USA755; b. Abt. 1872, Wisconsin, USA755; d. Unknown.

Notes for LORA MAY SMALL:
At the time of her marriage, Lora lived in Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905]


Notes for WILLIAM F ORR:
At the time of his marriage, William was a farmer in Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905]


Marriage Notes for LORA SMALL and WILLIAM ORR:
Lora and William were married at the home of the bride's parents. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com)] They were married by Rev. C.H. Mitchell. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905]
.

25. WILLIAM CHILDERS5 SMALL (JOHN4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)756,757 was born December 16, 1854 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA758,759, and died June 13, 1932 in Sardinia, Decatur County, Indiana, USA759. He married (1) ELIZABETH LYDIA EDDLEMAN759 December 23, 1882 in Indiana, USA759. She was born March 28, 1861759, and died March 22, 1887 in Sardinia, Decatur County, Indiana, USA759,760. He married (2) MARY TALKINGTON761 Aft. 1887. She died Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM CHILDERS SMALL:
William attended the Sardinia Baptist Church in Decatur County, Indiana. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothy2@prodigy.com)]


Notes for ELIZABETH LYDIA EDDLEMAN:
From her date of death and the birthdate of her last child, Eliza apparently died of childbirth complications. She was 25 years, 11 months and 24 days old at the time of her death, and she was buried in the Eddleman Cemetery in Decatur County, Indiana. [recorded by Lora Kalbli, Eddleman Cemetery, Gatewood Farm, Iron Mine Road, Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, tombstone inscription]


Children of WILLIAM SMALL and ELIZABETH EDDLEMAN are:
i. INFANT6 SMALL761, b. Indiana, USA; d. Unknown, infancy761.
ii. NETTIE MAE SMALL761, b. November 28, 1884, Sardinia, Decatur County, Indiana, USA761; d. June 09, 1956761; m. ORA TALKINGTON761; d. Unknown.
iii. GEORGE AMOS SMALL761,762, b. March 10, 1887, Sardinia, Decatur County, Indiana, USA763,764; d. August 23, 1887, Decatur County, Indiana, USA764.

Notes for GEORGE AMOS SMALL:
George was buried in the Eddleman Cemetery in Decatur County, Indiana. [recorded by Lora Kalbli, Eddleman Cemetery, Gatewood Farm, Iron Mine Road, Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, tombstone inscription]
.

26. CHARLES5 CLARK (MARY4 SMALL, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)765,766 was born September 21, 1849 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA767,768, and died February 12, 1937 in Stoddard County, Missouri, USA768. He married SARAH SOPHIA STANZ768 1878768. She was born July 22, 1859768, and died January 18, 1897 in Crawford County, Illinois, USA768.

Notes for CHARLES CLARK:
In 1870 Charles was a farm laborer, living with his father and step-mother in Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois. [1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois]

Charles owned a farm in Stoddard County, Missouri, which was inherited by his grandson Carl William Clark. [Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark (linkenclark@mvn.net)]


Child of CHARLES CLARK and SARAH STANZ is:
47. i. JOHN GARFIELD6 CLARK, b. December 12, 1880, Crawford County, Illinois, USA; d. May 13, 1958, Richland County, Illinois, USA.

27. LEWIS5 SMALL (EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)769,770,771 was born December 11, 1841 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA772,773, and died May 27, 1910 in Decatur County, Indiana, USA774. He married HARRIETT RICKETTS775,776 Bef. 1870. She was born 1841776, and died November 07, 1831.

Notes for LEWIS SMALL:
Lewis was accepted into the Central Indiana Hospital for the Insane on 28 December 1900. On 5 June 1902, Lewis was served a "vacation warrant", which is a warrant issued by the county clerk for a person who is mentally unstable and considered dangerous. The county sheriff, Henry Hoss, and deputy W.F. Bagot arrested Lewis the same day and placed him in the county jail in Versailles, Ripley County, Indiana. The county clerk, A.J. Brooks, filed an offical arrest warrant on 11 June 1902, and Lewis was readmitted to the Hospital on 13 June 1902. [Personal Correpsondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 308]

Lewis made his will on 11 August 1903. In it he named his wife Harriet executrix and also left her all of his estate. After Harriet's death, the estate was to be divided equally among his legal heirs. The will was witnessed by George B. Hendrickson and John T. McCullough. Mr. McCullough proved the will in the Decatur County, Indiana Circuit Court at Greensburg on 7 June 1910. [photocopy of Proof of Will from Decatur County Circuit Court, provided by Lora Kalbli]


Children of LEWIS SMALL and HARRIETT RICKETTS are:
48. i. LEWIS EARL6 SMALL, d. May 1962.
ii. LOUISA A SMALL777,778, b. November 20, 1867778; d. February 27, 1954778; m. WILLIAM BARCLAY778; b. May 21, 1870778; d. November 22, 1964778.
iii. MINNIE SMALL779,780, b. October 21, 1869780; d. August 06, 1895780.

Notes for MINNIE SMALL:
Minnie died from typhoid fever at the age of 25. [Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe; and Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net)]


iv. LAVERN SMALL781,782, b. 1875782; d. 1952782; m. JOSEPHINE CARTER782; b. 1876782; d. 1952782.
49. v. ROY C. SMALL, b. December 06, 1884; d. June 07, 1974, Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana, USA.

28. SARAH5 SMALL (EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)783,784,785 was born Abt. 1844 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA786, and died September 26, 1931787. She married HARRISON RICKETTS788,789. He died Unknown.

Children of SARAH SMALL and HARRISON RICKETTS are:
i. LOUISA6 RICKETTS790,791, d. Unknown.

Notes for LOUISA RICKETTS:
Louisa never married. [Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe]


ii. ESTA RICKETTS792,793, d. Unknown; m. HESSLER793; d. Unknown.
iii. ANNA RICKETTS794,795, d. Unknown; m. IRA HOCKERSMITH795; d. Unknown.
iv. ROSETTA RICKETTS795,796, d. Unknown.

Notes for ROSETTA RICKETTS:
Rosie died at the age of 12. [Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe]


v. ADA RICKETTS796,797, d. Unknown; m. GILBERT BORDEN797,798; d. Unknown.
vi. FRANK RICKETTS798,799, d. Unknown.
vii. WILMONT RICKETTS800,801, d. Unknown; m. BERTHA ROBBINS801; d. Unknown.
viii. ALBERT RICKETTS802,803, d. Unknown; m. ANNA SKINNER803; d. Unknown.
ix. INEZ RICKETTS803, d. Unknown; m. CLEM SPEARS803; d. Unknown.

29. HANNAH ANN5 SMALL (EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)804,805,806 was born June 20, 1845 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA807,808, and died March 28, 1886808. She married STILLEY MCDONALD809 September 22, 1864810. He was born March 08, 1844 in Jennings County, Indiana, USA811, and died March 21, 1915811.

Notes for HANNAH ANN SMALL:
Hannah died of a kidney infection shortly after the birth of her 11th child. She was buried in Horseshoe Bend Cemetery in Decatur County, Indiana. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301]


Notes for STILLEY MCDONALD:
Stilley was thin man, with black hair that turned white in his later years. He and his family regularly attended church at the Westport Baptist Church.

It is believed that Stilley was named after a neighbor, Jeremiah Stilley, who lived near the McDonald family in Jennings County, Indiana. After the death of his parents, Stilley worked as a laborer and lived with Robert Armstrong in Sandcreek Township, Decatur County, Indiana. After his marriage, Stilley and his family lived west of the village of Letts in Sandcreek Township. In 1870 he was noted there as a tile factory worker with $400 of personal property. Some source say that the tile factory was a rough environment where many workers gambled away their paychecks.

In addition to his family, also listed in Stilley's houshold in 1870 was a laborer, Elisha Runyan (age 23, born in Indiana). By 1880, Stilley was listed as a farmer/laborer in Sandcreek Township, Decatur County, Indiana. He did not own his own land. By 1900, Stilley owned his farm. Family tradition has it that Stilley's father-in-law, Edward Small, gave him 40 acres of land as an incentive to stay in the area following his wife's death. Stilley was listed in "The Inner-State Directory Company's Directory of Greensburg and Decatur County for the Year 1908" with a Sandcreek Township (Westport) address. In 1910, the cesus noted that Stilley owned his farm free of mortgage.

Stilley's house consisted of only three rooms: a kitchen, a living room, and a bedroom. There were two fireplaces, one used for cooking, and one hidden behind doors designed to look like dressers. A long porch connected all the rooms, and there was a cellar for storage. As of the late 1990s, the house was still standing on a slight hill overlooking the small farm, although it had seen some modernizations. A creek ran behind the house and the well water on the farm was known for its coldness and good taste.

Stilley died of pnuemonia and his funeral was conducted by Rev. W.C. Marshall of Letts at the Westport Baptist Church. He was buried in Horshoe Bend Cemetery, just east of Westport in Decatur County, Indiana.

[Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 298-9]


Marriage Notes for HANNAH SMALL and STILLEY MCDONALD:
Family tradition has it that Hannah and Stilley were both shy as youngsters, and that friends tied the two together and abandoned them in an attempt at matchmaking. Hannah and Stilley walked home from this incident - still tied together. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301]


Children of HANNAH SMALL and STILLEY MCDONALD are:
i. JAMES W6 MCDONALD812, b. Bet. 1865 - 1866, Decatur County, Indiana, USA812; d. Unknown.

Notes for JAMES W MCDONALD:
James went west to live in Idaho. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301]


ii. EDWARD MARION MCDONALD813, b. Bet. 1867 - 1868, Decatur County, Indiana, USA814; d. June 24, 1945815.

Notes for EDWARD MARION MCDONALD:
Edward reportely moved west for a time, but returned to Indiana. According to family tradition he brought a fur coat back with him from the west. In 1910 he was noted as a laborer living with his father on the family farm in Westport, Decatur County, Indiana. He lived with his sister in the family home until she married and moved out. Ed was upset by his sister's marriage and he took to drinking heavily at Westport, Indiana taverns. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 298-9, 301]


iii. THOMAS JEFFERSON MCDONALD815, b. 1869, Decatur County, Indiana, USA815; d. 1949, Eureka, Humboldt County, California, USA815.

Notes for THOMAS JEFFERSON MCDONALD:
Thomas went west to live in California. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301]


iv. ROBERT FRANKLIN MCDONALD815, b. October 21, 1870, Decatur County, Indiana, USA815; d. October 18, 1928815; m. MARTHA816; d. Unknown.
v. CHARLES MCDONALD817, b. Bet. 1873 - 1874, Decatur County, Indiana, USA817; d. Abt. August 27, 1908817.

Notes for CHARLES MCDONALD:
Charles was a freight conductor for the Indiana Union Traction Company. He was crushed to death between two railroad cars somewhere between Marion, Indiana and Indianapolis, Indiana. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301]


vi. WILBERT "WILBUR" HENRY MCDONALD818, b. Abt. 1876818; d. 1950819; m. DAISY820; d. Unknown.

Notes for WILBERT "WILBUR" HENRY MCDONALD:
In 1910, Wilbur was noted living at the family farm in Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, but his occuaption was given as a tinner in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 299]


vii. JOHN LEWIS MCDONALD821, b. May 25, 1879, Decatur County, Indiana, USA821; d. June 17, 1972821; m. PEARL JONES822; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHN LEWIS MCDONALD:
John raised some of the best work horses in the county. One day a flash flood caught John and his horses in a field and swept the horses to their deaths. He lost his will after this incident, and ended up a lowly tenant farmer. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301]


50. viii. LEONARD MILES "JOE" MCDONALD, b. February 25, 1882, Decatur County, Indiana, USA; d. April 09, 1919.
ix. JESSE CLINTON "CLINT" MCDONALD823, b. August 03, 1884, Decatur County, Indiana, USA824; d. February 11, 1946824; m. ETHEL JONES825; d. Unknown.
x. GEORGE MCDONALD826, b. Bet. 1884 - 1886, Decatur County, Indiana, USA; d. Unknown, Decatur County, Indiana, USA.
xi. HANNAH "ANNIE" MCDONALD827, b. March 23, 1886, Decatur County, Indiana, USA828; d. 1974828; m. FILER829; d. Unknown.

Notes for HANNAH "ANNIE" MCDONALD:
Annie reportedly lived with her maternal grandparents for the first three or four years of her life, before rejoining her father and brothers. In 1910, she was noted living with her father and two brothers in the family home at Westport, Decatur County, Indiana. She was known to make sorghum taffy, using the well water on the family farm. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 298-9]
.

30. THOMAS JEFFREY5 SMALL (EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)830,831,832 was born December 21, 1850 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA833,834, and died December 30, 1928834. He married EDITH RICKETTS835,836. She was born 1896837, and died 1945837.

Notes for THOMAS JEFFREY SMALL:
In 1870, Thomas was a farm laborer, living at home with his parents. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307]


Children of THOMAS SMALL and EDITH RICKETTS are:
i. LEWIS6 SMALL, b. Private; m. DELORES STEGNER, Private; b. Private.
ii. INFANT2 SMALL, b. Private.
iii. INFANT1 SMALL, b. Private.
iv. VENUS SMALL, b. Private.
v. BESS SMALL, b. Private.
vi. WILAMINA SMALL, b. Private; m. ED EVANS, Private; b. Private.
51. vii. MARJORIE ELLEN SMALL, b. Private.
viii. THEODOSIA "DOSIA" SMALL, b. Private; m. JAMES RANSON MILLER, Private; b. Private.
ix. FRED SMALL, b. Private.

31. EDWARD "NED" F/H5 SMALL (EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)838,839,840 was born April 18, 1853 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA841,842, and died April 25, 1887842. He married KETCHEM843. She died Unknown.

Notes for EDWARD "NED" F/H SMALL:
In 1870, Ned was a farm laborer, living at home with his parents. [Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307]


Children of EDWARD SMALL and KETCHEM are:
i. ARCHIE6 SMALL843, d. Unknown.
ii. ROBERT SMALL843, d. Unknown.

32. MARTHA ANN5 SMALL (EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)844,845 was born October 1861 in Decatur County, Indiana, USA845, and died July 09, 1941845. She married JOHN SKINNER846. He died Unknown.

Notes for JOHN SKINNER:
John and his wife apparently sold the home Martha's father had left them, and moved to Colorado. They retured to Indiana before their deaths. [Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe]


Children of MARTHA SMALL and JOHN SKINNER are:
i. RAYMOND6 SKINNER846,846, d. Unknown.
ii. ARTHUR SKINNER846, d. Unknown.
iii. EDNA SKINNER846, d. Unknown.
iv. HARRY SKINNER846, d. Unknown.

33. SOPHIA M5 CLARK (JANE4 SMALL, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)847,848 was born December 1842 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA849,850,851, and died May 16, 1912 in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA852. She married CHARLES CRUSE853,854,855 September 14, 1865 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA856. He was born September 23, 1839 in Franklin County, Indiana, USA857,858,859,860,861, and died 1904 in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA862.

Notes for SOPHIA M CLARK:
In 1860, Sophia was living with her grandparents, John and Jane Clark. [1860 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana]

In 1910, Sophia was living in Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska, and owned her home free of mortgage. She was buried in Lot 111 of Liberty Cememtery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with her burial was Peter Bowhay. [1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska; Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption; and LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


Notes for CHARLES CRUSE:
Charles grew up in Franklin County, Indiana were he attended school and learned farming. He was engaged in farming there until the Civil War.

Charles enlisted in Company M, 3rd Indiana Cavalry on 13 October 1862, for a term of 2 1/2 years. Among the battles he participated in were Big Spring, Tennessee; Wautauga River Bridge; Morristown Resasca; Altoona Pass; Sand Creek Station; Jonesboro; Van Worth, Georgia; Sisters Ferry; and Eversboro, South Carolina. For most of his service, he held the rank of Duty Sergeant. At Jonesboro, he was one of a group of 100 who volunteered to cut the railroad there. Only one man of the volunteers was captured in that event, but he escaped the same night.

At some time prior to early 1864, Charles loaned his brother Henry $329. After Henry's death about 1864, Henry's estate was insolvent, and Charles received, in 1867, only $57.16 of the $329 plus $98 interest he was due.

After the war, in 1866, Charles and his bride, along with his in-laws and other relatives, moved from Indiana to Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.

In the 1870 census, Charles and his family were recorded in Pawnee County, Nebraska. Charles was listed as a farmer with $1200 in assetts. In 1880, the family was listed in Mission Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where Charles was a farmer. With the family in 1880 was a farmer by the name of Henry Bennet, age 25, born in Indiana, and whose mother was born in Germany and father in Indiana. In 1883 Charles moved to a farm in Liberty Township, Gage County, Neraska, and later, in May 1887, relocated to a 160 acres farm in Section 21 of the same township. In 1888,it was reported that Charles, together with William Garrison, owned a steam-thrashing machine with a capacity of 2000 bushels a day. With this machine they had a thriving business outside of their own farmwork.

In 1900, Charles and his wife were noted living [or visiting?] with their daughter Lulu and her husband in Mesa County, Colorado. Charles was listed as a farm laborer.

Charles was buried in Lot 111 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with his burial was Peter Bowhay.

[1870 and 1880 United States Censuses, Pawnee County, Nebraska; Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption; LDS Microfilm, #1311952, Ripley County, Indiana Probate Records 1839-1877; 1900 United States Census, Precinct 5, Mesa County, Colorado; Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2; and LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


Marriage Notes for SOPHIA CLARK and CHARLES CRUSE:
Sophia and Charles were married by Justice Henry C. Schmith, and their certificate of marriage was filed with the Ripley County, Indiana clerk on 22 September 1865. In the county clerk's book, all the the information related to this marriage has the year as 1861, although it is written in the book with other 1865 marriages, and the following entry is dated 12 September 1865. [LDS Microfilm, #1311946, Ripley County, Indiana Marriages August 1860-February 1873]


Children of SOPHIA CLARK and CHARLES CRUSE are:
i. MELINDA6 CRUSE863,864,865, b. Abt. 1866, Indiana, USA866,867; d. Aft. 1910; m. ALBERT EDWARD BOOKWALTER868,869,870,871, August 08, 1883, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. September 07, 1861, Fountain County, Indiana, USA872; d. Unknown.

Marriage Notes for MELINDA CRUSE and ALBERT BOOKWALTER:
Melinda and Albert were married by Judge G. T. Belding, with J.H. Marsh and C.H. Bain, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska, as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages]


52. ii. ELNORA CRUSE, b. July 1869, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; d. December 22, 1945, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA.
iii. MARY ELSIE CRUSE873,874,875,876, b. Abt. July 23, 1874, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA877,878; d. November 15, 1959, Gage County, Nebraska, USA878; m. WILLIAM LINCOLN HARRIS879,880, January 12, 1892, Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska, USA; b. September 1865, Wanatah, La Porte County, Indiana, USA881,882; d. July 25, 1919, near Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA882.

Notes for MARY ELSIE CRUSE:
In 1920, Mary lived in Island Grove Township, Gage County, Nebraska, with her youngest two children still at home. [1920 United States Census, Island Grove Township, Gage County, Nebraska]

Mary died of heart trouble and was buried in Lot 153 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with her burial was Laughlin. [LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


More About MARY ELSIE CRUSE:
Burial: November 17, 1959, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA882

Notes for WILLIAM LINCOLN HARRIS:
In 1900, William was a farmer in Island Grove Township, Gage County, Nebraska, renting his farm. In 1910, William and his family still lived in Island Grove Township, Gage County, Nebraska. [1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Island Grove Township, Gage County, Nebraska]

William died of Bright's Disease at the age of 54 years, 10 months and 1 day. He was buried in Lot 153 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with his burial was Glen Bowhay. [LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


More About WILLIAM LINCOLN HARRIS:
Burial: July 28, 1919, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA882

Marriage Notes for MARY CRUSE and WILLIAM HARRIS:
Mary and William were married by county judge W.S. Bauam. W.A. McMichael and Robert Kyd, both of Gage County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. Mary's parents filed a separate note with the marriage license, granting their permission for Mary to marry. [LDS Microfilm, #2026481, Gage County, Nebraska Marriages 1889-1893]


iv. CHARLES M CRUSE883,884,885, b. July 1875, Nebraska, USA886,887; d. Aft. 1910; m. EDITH MABLE SCOTT887,888, July 28, 1897, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. December 1876, Nebraska, USA889; d. Unknown.

Notes for CHARLES M CRUSE:
At the time of his marriage, Charles lived in Gage County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897]


Notes for EDITH MABLE SCOTT:
At the time of her marriage, Edith lived in Gage County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897]


Marriage Notes for CHARLES CRUSE and EDITH SCOTT:
Edith and Charles were married by county judge G.T. Belding, with H.C. Lindsay and R.W. Story, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska, serving as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897]


v. LULU MAE CRUSE890,891,892,893, b. November 22, 1877, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA893,894,895; d. June 25, 1956, Kansas City, Jackson/Clay County, Missouri, USA896; m. CHARLES DOTY897, January 23, 1894, Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska, USA898; b. August 05, 1871, Nebraska, USA899,900,901,902; d. July 08, 1948, Kansas City, Jackson/Clay County, Missouri, USA903.

Notes for LULU MAE CRUSE:
Lulu died of cancer and was buried in Lot 156 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with her burial was Laughlin. [LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


More About LULU MAE CRUSE:
Burial: June 28, 1956, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA903

Notes for CHARLES DOTY:
In 1900, Charles and his wife, along with his wife's parents, were living in Mesa County, Colorado where Charles was a farmer. [1900 United States Census, Precinct 5, Mesa County, Colorado]

In 1910, Charles and his family lived in Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where Charles farmed. At that time, his home was mortgaged. By 1920, Charles had paid off the mortgage, and was farming in Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Charles died of heart trouble and was buried in Lot 156 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. [1910 and 1920 United States Censuses, Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


Marriage Notes for LULU CRUSE and CHARLES DOTY:
Charles and Lulu were married by W.N. Banam, the county judge. Their marriage was witnessed by J.A. McMurry and W. M. Hamilton, both of Gage County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #2026427, Volumn E, Gage County, Nebraska Marriages 1885-1889]


vi. HENRY E CRUSE904,905,906, b. April 19, 1880, Nebraska, USA907,908; d. January 18, 1945908.

Notes for HENRY E CRUSE:
Henry was listed in the 1910 census as a laborer/cement mixer, living at home with his mother. At the time of his death, Henry apparently was living in Denver, Colorado. He was buried in Lot 111 of Liberty Cemetery in Gage County, Nebraska. [1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska; Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption; and LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


vii. OLELLIE? CRUSE909, b. March 1882, Nebraska, USA909; d. Unknown.

Notes for OLELLIE? CRUSE:
Was this child really Sophia and Charles? The 1900 census for Mesa County, Colorado indicated Sophia had 6 children, and this child would make a 7th. The other 6 children are well documented.
.

34. THOMAS FREMEONT5 CLARK (JANE4 SMALL, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)910,911,912,913 was born June 29, 1856 in Ripley County, Indiana, USA914,915,916,917,918, and died September 27, 1927 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA919,920. He married FRANCIS DELIAH COTTER921,922,923,924,925 February 04, 1885 in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA926. She was born August 04, 1867 in near Atlantic, Cass County, Iowa, USA927, and died February 17, 1927 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA928,929.

Notes for THOMAS FREMEONT CLARK:
In 1880, Fremont was still living at home with his parents in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1885, at the time of his marriage, he may have been living in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska.

Thomas Fremont was a farmer. In 1900 and in 1920, he was noted living in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, on a farm he owned free of mortgage. By 1920, Thomas was retired.

Thomas's funeral was conducted at the home of his daughter, Cleona, in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, by Rev. J.B. Story of the United Presbyterian Church of Mission Creek (Pawnee County, Nebraska). Thomas was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska.

[LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan); 1880, 1900, and 1920 United States Censuses, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries]


Notes for FRANCIS DELIAH COTTER:
At the time of her marriage, Francis resided in Marshall County, Kansas. Francis's funeral was conducted by Rev. McBride of the Baptist church of Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, and Francis was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan); LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889; and Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com): Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituary]


More About FRANCIS DELIAH COTTER:
Burial: February 19, 1927, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA930

Marriage Notes for THOMAS CLARK and FRANCIS COTTER:
Francis and Thomas were married by T.J. Griggs, justice of the peace. The wedding was witnessed by H.A. Clark [Thomas' brother] and Lucien D. Griggs, both residents of Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889]


Children of THOMAS CLARK and FRANCIS COTTER are:
i. DELMAR R6 CLARK931,932,933, b. Bet. 1885 - 1900, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; d. Bef. 1900, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA934.
ii. THOMAS STANLEY CLARK934,935,936,937,938,939, b. May 21, 1886, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA940,941; d. August 22, 1961, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA941; m. ALTHA ESTHER LEMEN942,943, April 09, 1931, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. October 07, 1900, Homesville, Gage County, Nebraska, USA944; d. August 1980, Wymore, Gage County, Nebraska, USA??944.

Notes for THOMAS STANLEY CLARK:
In 1920, Thomas was still single and living at home with his parents in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1927 he was living in Barneston, Gage County, Nebraska. In 1931, at the time of his marriage, Thomas was a farmer in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska. Thomas was buried in Mission Creek Cemetery in Pawnee County, Nebraska. Thomas was a World War I veteran.

[1920 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska; LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955; Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com) including transcriptions of Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries; and LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan)]


Notes for ALTHA ESTHER LEMEN:
At the time of her second marriage in 1931, Altha lived in Preston, Nebraska, where she was a housewife. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955]

Altha obtained Social Security #507-16-5076 in Nebraska. Her last residence was Wymore, Gage County, Nebraska 68466. [Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]


Marriage Notes for THOMAS CLARK and ALTHA LEMEN:
Altha and Thomas were married by county judge Charles M. Hurd. Mildred Schuck and Minnie L. Monasmith, both of Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955]


53. iii. SIDNEY C CLARK, b. November 18, 1888, Nebraska, USA; d. January 15, 1955, Gage County, Nebraska, USA.
iv. GLENN G CLARK945,946,947, b. April 1893, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA948; d. Unknown.

Notes for GLENN G CLARK:
In 1927, Glen was living in Barneston, Gage County, Neraska. [Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com): Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries]


v. CLEONA CLARK948,949,950, b. October 05, 1895, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA951,952,953; d. May 27, 1983, Gage County, Nebraska, USA954,955; m. AUGUST SEDLACKOVA/SEDLACEK/SEDLACK956, August 07, 1913, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. July 18, 1893, Barnston, Gage County, Nebraska, USA957,958; d. October 17, 1980, Wymore, Gage County, Nebraska, USA959,960.

Notes for CLEONA CLARK:
In 1927, Cleona lived in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska. [Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com): Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries]

Cleona obtained Social Security #506-86-6870 in Nebraska. Her last residence was Wymore, Gage County, Nebraska 68466. [Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]

Cleona died of heart trouble at the age of 87 years, 7 months, and 22 days. Whe was buried in Lot 216 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with her burial was Laughlin. [LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


More About CLEONA CLARK:
Burial: May 28, 1983, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA960

Notes for AUGUST SEDLACKOVA/SEDLACEK/SEDLACK:
At the time of his marriage, August resided in Gage County, Nebraska. He obtained Social Security #506-48-4772 in Nebraska. In 1920, August and his family lived in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where he was a farmer, renting his home adjacent to his father-in-law's home. August died at the age of 87 years, 2 months, 29 days, and was buried in Lot 216 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with his burial was Laughlin.

[LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929; 1920 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska; LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments; and Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]


More About AUGUST SEDLACKOVA/SEDLACEK/SEDLACK:
Burial: October 19, 1980, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA960

Marriage Notes for CLEONA CLARK and AUGUST SEDLACKOVA/SEDLACEK/SEDLACK:
Cleona and August were married by county judge John R. McNair, with Mr. S.E. Clark and Mrs. Josie Clark, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska, as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929]



Generation No. 6



35. ELDORA A6 SMALL (THOMAS CLARK5, SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)961,962,963 was born November 13, 1859 in Marshall County, Iowa, USA964,965,966,967, and died Unknown. She married JOHN T SMITH968,969 February 27, 1884 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA969. He was born Abt. 1860 in Illinois, USA970,971, and died Bef. 1920.

Notes for ELDORA A SMALL:
In 1920, widowed Eldora was farming in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Notes for JOHN T SMITH:
In 1910, John was a farmer in Table Rock Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska who owned his home free of mortgage. [1910 United States Census, Table Rock Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for ELDORA SMALL and JOHN SMITH:
Dora and John were married at the bride's father's house by R. Gray, VDM pastor at Lone G..MP church. The wedding was witnessed by Thomas Small and William Smith, both residents of Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889]


Children of ELDORA SMALL and JOHN SMITH are:
i. GEORGE WILLIAM7 SMITH972, b. Abt. 1884, Nebraska, USA972; d. Unknown; m. PEARL MAE MARTIN972, November 25, 1908, near Bookwalter, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1886, Nebraska, USA972; d. Unknown.

Marriage Notes for GEORGE SMITH and PEARL MARTIN:
Pearl and George were married at the residence of W.R. Turnbull, by W.W. Whitman, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church in Bookwalter, Pawnee County, Nebraska. William R. Turnbull and J.T. Smith (groom's father) served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929]


ii. ELIZA A SMITH973, b. November 13, 1888, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA974,975; d. March 1977, Falls City, Richardson County, Nebraska, USA??976; m. WILLIAM H MILLER977, March 20, 1907, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. December 27, 1883, Iowa, USA978,979; d. November 1973, Tecumseh, Johnson County, Nebraska, USA??980.

Notes for ELIZA A SMITH:
Elizabeth obtained Social Security #508-07-9249 in Nebraska. Her last residence was Falls City, Richardson County, Nebraska, and her last benefit went to the same location. [Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]


Notes for WILLIAM H MILLER:
William obtained Social Security #507-50-4819 in Nebraska. His last residence was Tecumseh, Johnson County, Nebraska 68450. [Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)


Marriage Notes for ELIZA SMITH and WILLIAM MILLER:
Eliza and William were married at the bride's home by Rev. R.J. McCready. The fathers of the couple, both residents of Pawnee County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908]


iii. AGNES L SMITH981, b. Abt. 1892, Nebraska, USA981; d. Unknown.
iv. ELMER T SMITH981,982, b. Abt. 1895, Nebraska, USA983,984; d. Unknown; m. BLANCHE MCKARNEY984, April 09, 1919, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. Abt. 1898, Kansas, USA984; d. Unknown.

Notes for ELMER T SMITH:
At the time of his marriage, Elmer was a farmer in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929]


Notes for BLANCHE MCKARNEY:
At the time of her marriage, Blanche resided in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929]


Marriage Notes for ELMER SMITH and BLANCHE MCKARNEY:
Blanche and Elmer were married by county judge David W. Neill. Mrs. Ed Hansen and Bernice Smith served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929]


v. BRUCE B SMITH985,986, b. Abt. 1898, Nebraska, USA987,988; d. Unknown; m. MABEL B988; b. Abt. 1900, Illinois, USA988; d. Unknown.

Notes for BRUCE B SMITH:
In 1920, Bruce and his wife were living with his mother in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]
.

36. SAMUEL G(ASCLOW??)6 SMALL (THOMAS CLARK5, SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)989,990 was born June 19, 1868 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA991,992, and died March 11, 1946 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA993. He married BERTHA M MCELHOSE994,995 July 30, 1896 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA996,997. She was born November 01, 1877 in Page County, Iowa, USA998,999,1000,1001, and died December 12, 1961 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA??1002.

Notes for SAMUEL G(ASCLOW??) SMALL:
In 1900, 1910 and 1920, Samuel was a farmer in Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. In 1900 and 1910, he owned his farm, but had a mortgage. By 1920, he had paid off the mortage. He was buried in Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1900, 1910, and 1920 United States Censuses, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Notes for BERTHA M MCELHOSE:
As of 1900, Bertha had no children. She was buried in Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1900 United States Census, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska; and Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for SAMUEL SMALL and BERTHA MCELHOSE:
Bertha and Samuel were married by Rev. U.W. Cope at the bride's father's house. The couple's fathers, both of Pawnee County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908]


Child of SAMUEL SMALL and BERTHA MCELHOSE is:
i. GENEVIEVE A7 SMALL1002,1003,1004, b. February 02, 1909, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1005,1006; d. March 13, 1991, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA??1007; m. ARTHUR BURT GRAHAM1007,1008, May 01, 1936, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA; b. March 31, 1906, Table Rock, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1009,1010; d. January 05, 1952, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1011.

Notes for GENEVIEVE A SMALL:
At the time of her marriage, Alice was a school teacher, living in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Genevieve was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955; and Personal Correpsondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Notes for ARTHUR BURT GRAHAM:
At the time of his marriage, Arthur was a farmer in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Arthur was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955; and Personal Correpsondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for GENEVIEVE SMALL and ARTHUR GRAHAM:
Alice and Arthur were married by W.N. Wallins, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church. Bessie P. Guttridge of Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas, and Ethelda E. Wargo of Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955]
.

37. ELLA M6 SMALL (THOMAS CLARK5, SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1012 was born November 15, 1869 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1013,1014,1015,1016, and died Unknown. She married SAMUEL J TURNBULL1016 March 21, 1894 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1017. He was born June 1865 in Illinois, USA1017, and died Bef. 1920.

Notes for ELLA M SMALL:
In 1920, the widowed Ella was farming in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska, where her farm was mortgaged. [1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Notes for SAMUEL J TURNBULL:
In 1900 and 1910 Samuel was a farmer living in West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. He owned his farm free of mortgage. [1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Marriage Notes for ELLA SMALL and SAMUEL TURNBULL:
Ella and Samuel were married by Rev. A.H. Post with Ernest Bogue [Ella's cousin-in-law] and Robert T Turnbull [Ella's cousin-in-law and probably a close relation to Samuel as well] as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages]


Children of ELLA SMALL and SAMUEL TURNBULL are:
i. HAZEL D7 TURNBULL1018,1019, b. Abt. 1901, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1020,1021; d. Unknown.
ii. LEONARD C TURNBULL, b. Private.

38. EDWARD E6 SMALL (THOMAS CLARK5, SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1022,1023 was born October 08, 1876 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1024, and died December 09, 1974 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA??1025. He married MAGGIE S MCELHOSE1025,1026 December 20, 1900 in West Branch, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1026. She was born August 18, 1881 in Iowa, USA1027,1028, and died April 02, 1918 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1029.

Notes for EDWARD E SMALL:
In 1900, Edward was living at home with his parents in Pawnee County, Nebraska. He was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan; and 1900 United States Census, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]


Notes for MAGGIE S MCELHOSE:
Maggie was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for EDWARD SMALL and MAGGIE MCELHOSE:
Maggie and Edward were married by Rev. J.M. Campbell, with their parents, Mrs. Abbie A. Small and Robert McElhose, as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897]


Children of EDWARD SMALL and MAGGIE MCELHOSE are:
i. GLEN7 SMALL1029, b. June 02, 1902, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1029; d. April 21, 1940, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1029.

Notes for GLEN SMALL:
Glen was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


ii. BELVA MAY SMALL1029, b. January 10, 1910, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1029; d. January 09, 1926, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1029.

Notes for BELVA MAY SMALL:
Belva was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]
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39. THOMAS CLARK6 TUCKER (SARAH5 SMALL, SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1030,1031,1032,1033 was born February 10, 1865 in Marshalltown, Marshall County, Iowa, USA1034,1035,1036,1037,1038,1039,1040, and died December 09, 1950 in Frankfort, Marshall County, Iowa, USA1041. He married ALICE ADDELINE DABNER1041 July 17, 1886 in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA1042. She was born May 1869 in Kansas, USA1043,1044, and died Bef. 19501045.

Notes for THOMAS CLARK TUCKER:
As a young man, Thomas worked for the railroad in Nebraska for a while and also as a cement mason. In 1885, Thomas was working as a butcher while living with his parents in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas.

In 1900, Thomas was a farm laborer, living with his family in Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas. In 1920, Thomas and his family were still living in Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas, but Thomas was a cement worker renting his home. Thomas and his family attended the United Brethren (Dunkard) Church in Richland Center, and their children attended the one room school there.

After his mother's death, Thomas and his family moved to his father's home in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, to care for him. Thomas and his wife then operated a meat and grocery store for a number of years before moving to Frankfort, Marshall County, Kansas in 1935.

Thomas was buried in Union Cemetery in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas.

[Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); 1885 Kansas State Census, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas; and 1900 and 1910 United States Censuses, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas]


More About THOMAS CLARK TUCKER:
Burial: December 11, 1950, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas, USA1045

Notes for ALICE ADDELINE DABNER:
Abbie was living with a sister in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas when she met her husband. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net); and LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905]


Marriage Notes for THOMAS TUCKER and ALICE DABNER:
Addie and Thomas were married by probate judge and "Minister of the Gospel" Jackson Brown. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905]


Children of THOMAS TUCKER and ALICE DABNER are:
i. 107 TUCKER1045.
ii. 11 TUCKER1045.
iii. DAVID T TUCKER1046, b. April 1887, Kansas, USA1046,1047; m. SEFRONA1047, Abt. 19061047; b. Abt. 1888, Kansas, USA1047.

Notes for DAVID T TUCKER:
In 1910, David was a farmer renting his farm in Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas. [1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas]


iv. ADDIE M TUCKER1048, b. July 1889, Kansas, USA1048.
v. ALMA E TUCKER1048, b. January 1891, Kansas, USA1048,1049; m. CARL E SCHROCK1049,1050, February 23, 1901, Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas, USA1051; b. Abt. 1887, Kansas, USA1051; d. Unknown.

Notes for ALMA E TUCKER:
At the time of her marriage, Alma lived in Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909]


Notes for CARL E SCHROCK:
At the time of his marriage, Carl was a farmer in Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas. His last name may also have been spelled Schrack. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909]


Marriage Notes for ALMA TUCKER and CARL SCHROCK:
Alma and Carl were married by C.W. Talmage. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909]


vi. GRACE G TUCKER1052,1053, b. September 1893, Kansas, USA1054,1055.
vii. ALICE E TUCKER1056,1057, b. July 1895, Kansas, USA1058,1059; m. MILLER1060.

Notes for ALICE E TUCKER:
Alice lived in Frankfort, Marshall County, Kansas, and took care of her father after her mother's death. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


viii. DORA AGNESS TUCKER1061,1062,1063, b. October 1897, Kansas, USA1064,1065,1066; m. WILLIAM ALFRED BROWN1067.

Notes for WILLIAM ALFRED BROWN:
William and his wife moved from Kansas to Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington, in May 1945. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


ix. 7 TUCKER1068, b. Bef. 1900, Kansas, USA; d. Bef. 1900, Kansas, USA1068.
x. WAYNE TUCKER1069,1070, b. Private.
xi. WILLIAM C TUCKER1071,1072, b. Private.

40. BERTHA6 SMALL (PHEBE5, SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born February 28, 1868 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1073,1074, and died March 12, 1946 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA??1074. She married GEORGE B CUNNINGHAM1075,1076 June 07, 1894 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA. He was born Abt. May 25, 1864 in Logan County, Illinois, USA1077,1078,1079, and died October 13, 1936 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1079.

Notes for BERTHA SMALL:
It is not confirmed that Phebe was Bertha's mother. However, it is clear from various sources that Bertha was evidently an illegitimate child, and Phebe fits the available data as the best guess at Bertha's mother.

Prior to her death, Bertha was living in Los Angeles, California. Perhaps she was living with one of her surviving children. She was buried in Lot 126 of Liberty Cemetery in Gage County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska as viewed by Cathy Morgan]


More About BERTHA SMALL:
Burial: March 16, 1946, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1079

Notes for GEORGE B CUNNINGHAM:
In 1900, George and his family were living in Sherman Precinct, Gage County, Nebraska. George rented the farm on which he lived. By 1920, George was a farmer, renting his farm, in Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1900 United States Census, Sherman Precinct, Gage County, Nebraska; and 1920 United States Census, Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]

Prior to his death, George was living in Pawnee County, Nebraska. He was buried in Lot 126 of Liberty Cemetery in Gage County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska as viewed by Cathy Morgan]


More About GEORGE B CUNNINGHAM:
Burial: October 15, 1936, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1079

Marriage Notes for BERTHA SMALL and GEORGE CUNNINGHAM:
Bertha and George were married by Rev. J. W. Wallace of the Christian Church. Bertha's (presumed) aunt and uncle, George and Ida Small, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908]


Children of BERTHA SMALL and GEORGE CUNNINGHAM are:
i. EARL7 CUNNINGHAM1080, b. February 1895, Nebraska, USA1080; d. Unknown.
ii. CARL CUNNINGHAM1080,1081,1082, b. October 1897, Missouri, USA1083,1084,1085; d. Unknown; m. EMMA J WOOD, Private; b. Private.

Notes for CARL CUNNINGHAM:
In 1920, Carl was a farm laborer, living with his parents in Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [1920 United States Census, Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska]

At the time of his marriage, Carl was a salesman who lived in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955]

Could this be the same Carl Cuningham who obtained Social Security #505-07-7400 in Nebraska? That Carl Cunningham was born 31 October 1896 and died 14 February 1991. [Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]


iii. CUNNINGHAM1086, b. Bef. 1900, Nebraska, USA1086; d. Bef. 1900, Nebraska, USA1086.
iv. GLENN L CUNNINGHAM1087, b. Abt. 1901, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1087; d. August 01, 1903, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1087.

Notes for GLENN L CUNNINGHAM:
Glenn was buried in Lot 126 of Liberty Cemetery in Gage County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska as viewed by Cathy Morgan]


v. HAROLD CUNNINGHAM1088, b. Abt. 1903, Nebraska, USA1088; d. Unknown.
vi. WALTER L CUNNINGHAM1089, b. Abt. April 05, 1908, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1089; d. September 14, 1908, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1089.

Notes for WALTER L CUNNINGHAM:
Walter was buried in Lot 126 of Liberty Cemetery in Gage County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska as viewed by Cathy Morgan]


vii. FLOYD ERVIN CUNNINGHAM, b. Private; m. FLORETA MAE STULP, Private; b. Private.
viii. CECIL CUNNINGHAM, b. Private.

41. CHARLES6 SMALL (EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1090 was born 1870 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1090,1091, and died December 31, 1913 in Shelbyville, Shelby Co., Indiana, USA1092,1093. He married DORA TIMELA. She died Unknown.

Notes for CHARLES SMALL:
Charles, with his brother John, had a paper hanging business. He died of consumption, and was buried in Lot 144, Section 7 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved with his burial was R.J. Edwards. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6-7; and Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About CHARLES SMALL:
Burial: January 03, 1914, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1093

Children of CHARLES SMALL and DORA TIMELA are:
i. ?7 SMALL, b. May 02, 1893; d. Unknown.
ii. EDWARD R. SMALL, b. April 02, 1895, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., Indiana, USA; d. September 10, 1895, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., Indiana, USA.

More About EDWARD R. SMALL:
Burial: September 13, 1895, see CH-1 page 212

iii. ? SMALL, b. January 25, 1897, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., Indiana, USA; d. January 25, 1897, Shelbyville, Shelby Co., Indiana, USA.

More About ? SMALL:
Burial: January 28, 1897, Lived only 8 hrs..

42. FRANKLIN6 SMALL (EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1094 was born February 19, 1873 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1094,1095, and died January 28, 1960 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1095. He married ARKIE D SLIFER1096. She was born December 07, 1876 in St. Paul, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1097, and died June 07, 1949 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1097.

Notes for FRANKLIN SMALL:
Franklin was a factory worker. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6]

Franklin was a wood worker. He died of carcinoma and was buried next to his wife in Lot 187, Section 18 of Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About FRANKLIN SMALL:
Burial: January 31, 1960, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1097

Notes for ARKIE D SLIFER:
Arkie died of leukemia. She was buried in Lot 187, Section 18 of Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About ARKIE D SLIFER:
Burial: June 09, 1949, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1097

Children of FRANKLIN SMALL and ARKIE SLIFER are:
i. WILLIAM J.7 SMALL, b. November 19, 1896; d. Unknown.
ii. DAVID H SMALL1097, b. February 01, 1905, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1097; d. April 09, 1984, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1097.

Notes for DAVID H SMALL:
David was a mural mounter. He was buried next to his parents in Lot 187, Section 18 of Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About DAVID H SMALL:
Burial: April 11, 1984, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1097

iii. DORCE SMALL, b. Private.
iv. MARIAN EILEEN SMALL, b. Private.

43. GEORGE6 SMALL (EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1098 was born October 30, 1875 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1099,1100, and died December 07, 1951 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1101,1102. He married MARY LOUISA FAGEL1103 July 28, 1896 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1104. She was born September 27, 1875 in Liberty Township, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1105,1106, and died February 13, 1943 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1107,1108.

Notes for GEORGE SMALL:
George attended public schools in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, and worked for his father after graduation.

George's main career was as a decorator and paper-hanger, a business he operated with his brother John. To supplement his income and support his large family, he acquired the agency for the delivery of the Cincinnati and Indianapolis newspapers in Shelbyville. When the oldest boys were old enough, they also helped with delivery of the papers. As the family grew larger, George purchased a popcorn wagon which, again, the older children helped operate. After initially operating a pull-type popcorn wagon, George later bought an enclosed and roofed wagon that was located near the Alhamra Theater, at the northwest corner of Broadway and Harrison Streets in Shelbyville.

Socially, Goerge enjoyed fishing with his brother-in-law Frank, prior to Frank's marriage. (He particularly enjoyed night fishing for frogs, which his wife cooked under protest.) George and his wife enjoyed attending events at the Red Man's Lodge, sometimes taking one or more of the oldest children with them for special occasions. For several years, George served as "Collector of the Wampum" for the Lodge. As the family grew, however, such outings became rare.

George was a respected businessman and resident of Shelbyville. He served on the city council betwwen 1916 and 1924, and was known to have indignately refused at least one bribe during his tenure. George was firm with his children and stresses self-reliance and frugal living. His children were known to be well-behaved.

After his wife's death, George continued to live in the family home, although several of the married children (including Henrietta, Ermel and Dorothy) moved in with him at various times. Russell, with his wife Fern and daughters Judy and Carolyn, were living at the house when George died.

In 1945, at the age of 70, George quit his own decorating business and went into business with son August and granson Jack. They operated the Small and Small Paint Store on East Washington St. in Shelbyville. When interviewd by the Shelbyville Democrat several years later, Goerge said he didn't "have any idea of quitting. I'm on the job every day, and I don't know what sickness is.....I love my work and take pride in it. I get along with folks." Patience, he claimed was the key to a happy, successful life.

George died as he would have liked, "with his boots on," of a coronary occlusion or heart attack while helping deliver some decorating materials. He was buried next to his wife in Lot 12, Section 11 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. the undertaker involved with his burial was Ewing.

[Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 7-10; and Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About GEORGE SMALL:
Burial: December 10, 1951, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1108

Notes for MARY LOUISA FAGEL:
Feeding and raising a family of 13 children was no simple task. Mary canned hundreds of quarts of food each year from a large rented garden space and fruit trees at the family home. (One of the cherry tress originally came from Mary's father-in-law Edward, and starts from that cherry tree were passed down to Edward's great-grandson James Louis Small.)

At the high school graduation of Mary's son Lothair, Mary was honored for seeing that ten of her children had graduated from high school.

During the 1918-19 influenza epidemic, Mary was gravely ill with double pneumonia, but recovered. She died from complications associated with high blood pressure. She was buried in Lot 12, Section 11 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved with her burial was Edwards & Kohlmeyer.

[Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 9-10; and Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About MARY LOUISA FAGEL:
Burial: February 16, 1943, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1108

Marriage Notes for GEORGE SMALL and MARY FAGEL:
George and Mary lived at several locations in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana during their lifetime together. The following are the known dates and locations of their various residences.

1897 328 West Mechanic St., west of St. Mary St.
519 West Franklin St.
Shelby St.
house just North of West St. Methodist Church parsonage
315 Colescott St., between Meridian and West Sts.
1914 /- 835 Tompkins

[Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 8-9]


Children of GEORGE SMALL and MARY FAGEL are:
i. AUGUST EDWARD7 SMALL1109, b. June 05, 1897, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1109,1110; d. March 25, 1983, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1110; m. MARIE ALMA WHITAKER1110; b. June 02, 1897, Indiana, USA1110; d. December 29, 1988, Cedar Bluff, Cherokee County, Alabama, USA1110.

Notes for AUGUST EDWARD SMALL:
August was an interior decorator. He was buried in Lot 9, Section 19 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About AUGUST EDWARD SMALL:
Burial: March 28, 1983, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1110

Notes for MARIE ALMA WHITAKER:
Was Marie living with or near one of her children when she died?

Marie was with her husband and her parents in Lot 9, Section 19 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About MARIE ALMA WHITAKER:
Burial: January 03, 1989, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1110

ii. GEORGE MORRISON SMALL1111, b. July 22, 1899, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1111; d. February 03, 1987, New Castle, Henry County, Indiana, USA1112; m. MARGARET DELIGHT HOLDERMAN1113; b. July 05, 1904, St. Joseph, Berrien County, Michigan, USA1113,1114; d. July 29, 1995, New Castle, Henry County, Indiana, USA1114.

Notes for GEORGE MORRISON SMALL:
George was a teacher. He was buried in Lot 288, Section 3 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About GEORGE MORRISON SMALL:
Burial: February 06, 1987, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1114

Notes for MARGARET DELIGHT HOLDERMAN:
Delight was a teacher. She is buried next to her husband in Lot 288, Section 3 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About MARGARET DELIGHT HOLDERMAN:
Burial: August 05, 1995, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1114

iii. AUGUST EDWARD SMALL1115, b. December 01, 1900, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1115; d. Unknown.
iv. NORMA HENRIETTA SMALL1115, b. November 28, 1902, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1115; d. February 16, 1919, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1116.

Notes for NORMA HENRIETTA SMALL:
Norma died of influenza, during the 1918-19 influenza epidemic. She was buried in Lot 12, Section 11 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved with her burial was R.J. Edwards. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 9-10; and Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About NORMA HENRIETTA SMALL:
Burial: February 19, 1919, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1116

v. HERBERT DEPREZ SMALL1117, b. June 27, 1907, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1117,1118; d. February 05, 1960, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana, USA1119,1120; m. VIVIAN HENDRICKS, Private; b. Private.

Notes for HERBERT DEPREZ SMALL:
Herb had a muscular and nervous disorder in his youth. He earned his living as an Omar Bakery route man. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 9; and Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About HERBERT DEPREZ SMALL:
Burial: February 05, 1960, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1120

vi. RICHARD JAMES SMALL1120, b. March 17, 1921, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1120; d. March 18, 1921, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1120.

Notes for RICHARD JAMES SMALL:
Richard was buried in Lot 12, Section 11 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved with his burial was Ralph Edwards. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About RICHARD JAMES SMALL:
Burial: March 18, 1921, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1120

vii. ROBERT EARL SMALL, b. Private.
viii. DOROTHY ELIZABETH SMALL, b. Private.
ix. MARY LOUISE SMALL, b. Private.
x. RUSSELL SCOTT SMALL, b. Private; m. FERN, Private; b. Private.
xi. ERMEL SMALL, b. Private.
xii. EVELYN MARIE SMALL, b. Private.
xiii. HENRIETTA JUNE SMALL, b. Private.
xiv. LOTHAIR RAYMOND SMALL, b. Private.

44. DAVID HAMPTON6 SMALL (EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1121 was born July 17, 1877 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1122, and died September 10, 1904 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1122. He married GEORGIA EDNA HUTCHISON1123 May 26, 1897 in Hope, Bartholemew County, Indiana, USA1124. She was born November 29, 1876 in Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana, USA1125,1126, and died October 01, 1966 in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA1126.

Notes for DAVID HAMPTON SMALL:
David ran the newspaper horse and buggy delivery service in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. He died from the complications of having been hit by a snow ball two years earlier. (The official cause of death was listed as lung hemorrhage.) He was buried in Lot 143, Section 7 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved with his burial was Edwards & Hageman. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6; Personal Correspondence, Richard M. Small; Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records; and James Finley Small's obituary in the Lafayette, Indiana newspaper]





More About DAVID HAMPTON SMALL:
Burial: September 12, 1904, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1126

Notes for GEORGIA EDNA HUTCHISON:
After the death of her husband in 1904, Georgia moved to Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. She lived in Indianapolis until about 1960 or 1961, when she was no longer able to care for herself. Her son then moved her to a nursing home in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. Although Georgia did not want to be buried next to her husband's brother Charles, she was buried between Charles and her husband in Lot 143, Section 7 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved with her burial was Laster & Schneider. [Personal Correspondence, Richard M. Small; and Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About GEORGIA EDNA HUTCHISON:
Burial: October 03, 1966, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1126

Children of DAVID SMALL and GEORGIA HUTCHISON are:
i. JAMES FINLEY7 SMALL, b. July 20, 1902, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA; d. July 27, 1989, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA; m. MARIAN DAISY MILTON, June 11, 1922, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA; b. December 25, 1902, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. November 04, 1980, Lafayette, Tippicanoe County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JAMES FINLEY SMALL:
James attended Number 9 elementary school which was located a few doors from the home of James Whitcomb Riley. His school used to serenade the famous poet on his birthday. He graduated from Indianapolis Arsenal Technical High School.

His first job in sales was for Octpogon Soap. He later sold for Heinz and in 1929, he went to work for Morton Salt Co., retiring in 1967. In 1940 he moved to West Lafayette to be close to his sales territory and also for his sons to be close to Purdue University. After his sons graduated from Purdue, he and his wife moved from West Lafayette to 3320 Longlois Drive in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. He moved from Lafayette to live with his son Richard, in 1981.

While living in Lafayette, James was a founding member of Bethany Presbyterian Church where he also served as an elder and treasurer for 17 years. He also was a member of the Lafayette Lions Club, serving as president from 1950-1951.

James was involved with Big Brothers and he was a member of the Indiana Zoological Society. He was a scoutmaster with Indianapolis Boy Scouts and received the Silver Beaver award (for his combined Indianapolis and Lafayette activities). He passed on his avid interest in science to both of his sons.



More About JAMES FINLEY SMALL:
Burial: July 30, 1989, Tippecanoe Memory Gardens Cemetery, Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA

Notes for MARIAN DAISY MILTON:
Marian's first job after graduating from High School was as a File Clerk, filing attendance records at the Indianapolis School Board, from January 1920 thru February 1920.

Her second job was as a Laboratory Technician for the State Board of Health, in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana from February 1920 thru July 1922. She prepared and examined slides for tubercule bacillus, Gonococci, Malaria, Widal test for Typhoid, and Wasserman Blood Test. She also made slides from animal brains for examination for Rabies.

As a mother of two boys, Marian's main job was to bolster moral and care for physical needs of the males in her life. In contributing to services for advancement of the community, she taught Church School classes on Sunday as well as at other times, worked in the local Parent Teacher Association and Garden Club, and directed plays for dramatic clubs (mainly the Riverside Players at Riverside Methodist Church). Her Church School activities were primarely at St. Paul Methodist Church where she grew up and participated as a family. She also directed a Girl Scout Troop.

Marian's first paid Girl Scout job was as Arts and Crafts Director for Dellwood Summer Camp, of the Indianapolis Girl Scout Council, Inc. She ordered tools and supplies for camp, planned crafts to be done by children in camp, and trained other Arts and Crafts Counselors for their work with different aged children. She also instructed and helped other counselors with crafts they wanted to do for their own enjoyment and relaxation.

During WWII Marian studied at Purdue University and became an Inspector for Duncan Electric Meter Co., in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana from November 1942 thru August 1943. She inspected brass castings, machined surfaces, threads, size of holes, spindles for polish, tooth width of gears holes, recesses and slots. She trained inspectors and saw that work was inspected when ready for inspection. She had up to 8 workers under her supervision at one time.

Marian's second professional Girl Scout experience was as the Executive Ecurity of the Tippecanoe Girl Scout Council of Lafayette, Indiana. Her duties were to organize new troops, find and train troop leaders, help with plans for city wide activities, and direct Summer Camps at Camp Potowatomie in Winimac, Indiana and at Rotary Camp in Crawfordsville, Indiana.

She joined the WACS in June 1945 and once again renewed her work as a Laboratory Technician, doing blood counts, urinalysis and bacteriology at Oliver General Hospital in Augusta, Georgia. She was given an Honorable Discharge at the end of her service and the War in March 1946.

On returning to civilian life Marian continued with this career at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Lafayette, Indiana, doing similar duties as in the Army. She commenced taking additional courses and instruction both at Purdue and at the hospital under Dr. James M. McFadden, Pathologist, to qualify as a Registered Medical Technician approved by the A.S.C.P. She advanced to teaching other students, so they too could qualify.

On joining the staff at Logansport State Mental Hospital in January 1955, she supervised the hospital's Medical Laboratory. She suppervised 7 employees in this laboratory until her retirement in 1964.

Due to her son, James David, marrying a European girl at the end of the war, and helping bring her parants to the United States, Marian reconized the need for many of these people to have access to instruction in English and Citizenship so they could pass the examinations for citizenship in the United States. She taught these courses from 1951 through 1953, in addition to her regular employment.

For recreation, Marian also took pipe organ lessons, having played and owned a piano most of her married life. She also sang in her church choirs from her youth and throughout her life, with religious and other music being most important . Flowers and garden were also an important recreation which she shared with her family and others. Many oak trees and other cuttings grew into mature trees and flowers from her efforts and are present in many of her son's and grand children's homes.

To help her sons go to sleep at night she would play the piano for them. When electronic music was available, via record players, she too would go to sleep at night listening to the popular and classical music of her time. Many of her grandchildren enjoyed going to sleep listening to the phongraph when staying with her in their youth.


More About MARIAN DAISY MILTON:
Burial: Unknown, Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA

ii. JOSEPHINE SMALL1126, b. April 10, 1904, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1126; d. August 17, 1904, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1126.

Notes for JOSEPHINE SMALL:
Josephine died of whooping cough and was buried in her father's plot (Lot 143, Section 7) at Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. The undertaker involved with her burial was Edwards & Hageman. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About JOSEPHINE SMALL:
Burial: August 18, 1904, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1126.

45. EARL BRECKENRIDGE6 SMALL (DAVID W5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1127,1128 was born 1874 in Rushville, Rush County, Indiana, USA1129, and died 1954 in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA1130. He married ANNA E APEARIUS1130 Abt. 18971130. She died 1957 in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA1130.

Notes for EARL BRECKENRIDGE SMALL:
Earl and his wife lived at 226 Sycamore Street in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio. Earl was a Cincinnati Post carrier for 30 years, retiring at the age of 74. He also was active in Democratic politics for 50 years and served as a Harrison Township trustee for 24 years. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 21]


Children of EARL SMALL and ANNA APEARIUS are:
i. CLYDE EMERSON "BROCKEY"7 SMALL1130, b. 1910, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA1130; d. 1986, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA1130; m. ESTER COY1130; d. 1992, Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA1130.

Notes for CLYDE EMERSON "BROCKEY" SMALL:
Clyde and his wife lived at 112 Elbern Avenue in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, where Clyde was mayor at one time. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 21, and Bob Tubesing]


ii. ETHEL SMALL, b. Private; m. TUMULTY, Private; b. Private.
iii. JEAN SMALL, b. Private; m. PALMER, Private; b. Private.
iv. LEAH SMALL, b. Private; m. HAUSFELD, Private; b. Private.
v. MABEL SMALL, b. Private; m. NUTALL, Private; b. Private.

46. JOHN HENRY6 SMALL (GEORGE WASHINGTON5, JOHN4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1131,1132,1133,1134,1135 was born December 1873 in Kansas, USA1136,1137,1138,1139, and died Unknown. He married ESTA MARY " ESTIE" KELLEY1140,1141 April 08, 1896 in Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas, USA1142,1143,1144. She was born January 1879 in Illinois, USA1145,1146,1147, and died Abt. August 21, 1917 in near Richland Center, Marshall County, Kansas, USA1148.

Notes for JOHN HENRY SMALL:
In 1896, J.H. was a farmer in Marshall County, Kansas. At the time of the 1900 census, Henry and his wife were living with Henry's parents in Richland Township, Marsahll County, Kansas. By 1910, they rented their own farm in Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas. [1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas; and LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages 1885-1889, 1892-1905 ]


Notes for ESTA MARY " ESTIE" KELLEY:
Mary was killed by lightning. She was returning to the house, about 7 o'clock in the evening, from helping with milking, when lightning struck a nearby tree and passed on to her. Her youngest daughter, aged about 10, was with her at the time, but was unhurt.

The farm on which Mary lived was located a mile and a half north of the Brethern Church in Richland Center, Marshall County, Kansas. (Richland Center is about 7 miles north of Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas.) Mary was buried in the United Brethern Cemetery in Richland Center.

[Mary's obituary, obtained through personal correspondence with Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


Marriage Notes for JOHN SMALL and ESTA KELLEY:
John and Estie were married by Rev. J.S. Culim. [LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages 1885-1889, 1892-1905]


Children of JOHN SMALL and ESTA KELLEY are:
i. HAZEL E7 SMALL, b. Private.
ii. ALDA M SMALL, b. Private.

47. JOHN GARFIELD6 CLARK (CHARLES5, MARY4 SMALL, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1149 was born December 12, 1880 in Crawford County, Illinois, USA1149, and died May 13, 1958 in Richland County, Illinois, USA1149. He married EMMA PEARL ALLEN1149 September 23, 19051149. She was born September 24, 1885 in Crawford County, Illinois, USA1149, and died July 27, 19751149.

Child of JOHN CLARK and EMMA ALLEN is:
i. CARL WILLIAM7 CLARK1149, b. March 17, 19171149; d. January 15, 1991, Stoddard County, Missouri, USA1149; m. EMMA LEORA HOOVER1149, February 03, 1937, Robinson, Crawford County, Illinois, USA1149; b. September 03, 1916, Jasper County, Illinois, USA1149; d. July 10, 1993, Stoddard County, Missouri, USA1149.

Notes for CARL WILLIAM CLARK:
Sometime after his son Kenneth's birth, Carl moved his family to Stoddard County, Missouri, to a farm he inherited from his grandfather Charles Clark. [Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark (linkenclark@mvn.net)]
.

48. LEWIS EARL6 SMALL (LEWIS5, EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1150,1151 died May 19621151. He married INEX LITTLE1151. She died Unknown.

Child of LEWIS SMALL and INEX LITTLE is:
i. DAUGHTER7 SMALL, b. Private.

49. ROY C.6 SMALL (LEWIS5, EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1151,1152 was born December 06, 18841153, and died June 07, 1974 in Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1154. He married MEARL LOUIE BURNS1154. She was born January 10, 18911154, and died Unknown.

Notes for ROY C. SMALL:
Roy obtained Social Security #305-18-7389 in Indiana. His last residence was in Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana 47240. [Social Security Death Index]

During the Depression, Roy worked at the Tucker Quarry in Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, making 15 cents an hour to help pay the taxes on the farm.

Roy and his family lived on his father's farm in Decatur County, Indiana and cared for Roy's mother Harriet after Lewis died. Roy cared for the livestock and planted the fields. After Harriet died, Roy's older brother's sold the farm and split the proceeds. They said since Roy had lived on the farm rent-free he did not desrve any share in the estate.

Roy served as "Marshall" of Westport, Decatur County, Indiana for several years. He died of a blood disorder.

[Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net)]


Notes for MEARL LOUIE BURNS:
Mearl died from colon cancer. [Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net)]


Children of ROY SMALL and MEARL BURNS are:
i. BYRON WENDEL7 SMALL1154, b. Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1154; d. September 19981154; m. BERTHA ORTMAN1154; b. , Millhousen, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1154; d. 19981154.

Notes for BYRON WENDEL SMALL:
Byron attended Letts High School in Letts, Decatur County?, Indiana. [Personal Correspondence, Jim Howe (jim.howe.b@us.agfa.com)]


Notes for BERTHA ORTMAN:
Is this the Bertha who was born 1 April 1912 and died 1 Mar 1998, with Social Security #269-34-5263 issued in Ohio and whose last residence was in Fairfield, Butler County, Ohio 45014?? [Social Security Death Index]


ii. MARVIN SMALL1154, d. April 20, 20001154.
iii. HARRIETT ELIZABETH SMALL1154, m. SHAFFER, Private; b. Private.

50. LEONARD MILES "JOE"6 MCDONALD (HANNAH ANN5 SMALL, EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1155 was born February 25, 1882 in Decatur County, Indiana, USA1156, and died April 09, 19191157. He married PRECIOUS NELLIE GRAY1158 August 21, 1907 in Decatur County, Indiana, USA1159. She was born December 12, 1884 in Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana1160, and died January 07, 19761161.

Notes for LEONARD MILES "JOE" MCDONALD:
Joe was thin man with black hair and brown eyes. He was remembered by his daughter for his strength and calmness. He also loved horses and often took his future wife, and, later, his entire family on horse and buggy rides. His favorite horse was named Lucy.

In 1900, when Joe was 19, he was living with a farmer, John S. Owens in Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana, working as a servant and farm laborer. After his marriage, Joe was listed in "The Inner-State Directory Company's Directory of Greensburg and Decatur County Gazetteer for the Year 1908" as living on RFD 1 in Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.

Joe worked for the railroad, manning the Round House in Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana. However, he was not happy with that job and considered a job with the Post Office. His father-in-law, wished to retire, and urged Joe to take over the family farm near Letts, Decatur County, Indiana, instead. Unfortunately, Joe died during the influenza epidemic before that plan could be realized. Just before he died, he had his eldest daughter brought to him (she was also ill) so he could kiss her goodbye. Joe's funeral was held on the proch of the Gray famliy farm near Letts, and he was buried in Mt. Aerie Baptist Church Cemetery in Letts, Decatur County, Indiana.

[Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 293, 296-8]


Notes for PRECIOUS NELLIE GRAY:
According to her oldest daughter, Nellie was a quiet and peaceful baby. She started school at the age of 5 and was an excellent student, especially in spelling and English. After her schooling, Nellie worked in a business office as she was good at shorthand. Nellie was listed in the Greensburg telephone directory in 1908 and again in 1914.

After the death of her first husband, Nellie worked in a cream station. She enjoyed sewing, and made quilts and all the family clothes. She sometimes also stayed overnight at people's homes to do sewing for them.

During the 1919 influenza epidemic, Nellie and her daughters were also very ill, but survived.

Nellie and her daughters lived with Nellie's parents for about 2 years after her husband's death. She later moved her family to Letts, Decatur County, Indiana, where she purchased the local telephone excahnge upon the death of the woman who had been running it. Nellie and her eldest daughter ran the exchange for the phone company.

Nellie sold the Letts, Indiana telephone exchange upon her second marriage. At that time, she moved to Greensburg to work in the family appliance store. Later in life, Nellie's eyesight and mind began to fail. The failure of her eyesight meant she could no longer sew, and that distressed her. Nellie lived with daughter Celestia for a time until one rainy night in May 1975 she wandered away to a neighbor's house during a storm. The family moved Nellie to the Hopsitality Nursing Home in Greensburg, Indiana, where she died. She was buried next to her first husband in Mt. Aerie Baptist Church Cemetery in Letts, Decatur County, Indiana.

[Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 293-7]


Children of LEONARD MCDONALD and PRECIOUS GRAY are:
i. HAZEL MARIE7 MCDONALD1162, b. 19081162; d. Aft. August 1999; m. JOSEPH SHERMAN "JOE" HOWE, Private; b. Private.

Notes for HAZEL MARIE MCDONALD:
Hazel attended Letts High School in Letts??, Indiana. At the age of 91, Hazel's eyesight was deteriorating, but she was still quite sharp mentally. [Personal Correspondence, Jim Howe (jim.howe.b@us.agfa.com)]


ii. CHARLES RAYMOND MCDONALD1163, b. August 06, 1910, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1163; d. April 07, 1919, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1163; m. RENIE, Private; b. Private.
iii. WILLIAM HERALD MCDONALD1163, b. December 10, 1912, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1163; d. March 01, 1913, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1163.
iv. JAMES GILBERT MCDONALD1163, b. September 14, 1916, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1163; d. December 14, 1917, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1163.
v. MARY ETTA MCDONALD1163, b. August 28, 1918, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1163; d. October 31, 19551163.
vi. CELESTIA ELENORE MCDONALD, b. Private.

51. MARJORIE ELLEN6 SMALL (THOMAS JEFFREY5, EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. She met CANN Private. He was born Private.

Children of MARJORIE SMALL and CANN are:
i. GEORGE7 CANN, b. Private; m. DONNA WILEY, Private; b. Private.
ii. LUCINDA CANN, b. Private.
iii. RUTH CANN, b. Private.
iv. MARY CANN, b. Private.

52. ELNORA6 CRUSE (SOPHIA M5 CLARK, JANE4 SMALL, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1164,1165,1166 was born July 1869 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1167,1168,1169, and died December 22, 1945 in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1170,1171. She married JACOB SMILEY PATTERSON1172,1173 January 02, 1888 in Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1174,1175. He was born Abt. March 31, 1860 in Johnson County, Iowa, USA1176,1177,1178,1179, and died December 09, 1930 in Gage County, Nebraska, USA1180,1181.

Notes for ELNORA CRUSE:
Elnora was buried in Lot 185 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. [Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption, and LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


More About ELNORA CRUSE:
Burial: December 27, 1945, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1181

Notes for JACOB SMILEY PATTERSON:
In 1888, Jacob, along with his wife and son, was living with his father in Section 23 of Gage County, Nebraska. In 1910, Jacob and his family were living in Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska on a farm he owned free of mortgage. [Biographical and Portrait Volume of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), p. 224; 1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska]

Jacob died of heart trouble at the age of 70 years, 8 months, and 9 days. He was buried in Lot 185 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertake involved with his burial was Glen Bowhay. [Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption; and LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


More About JACOB SMILEY PATTERSON:
Burial: December 19, 1930, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1181

Marriage Notes for ELNORA CRUSE and JACOB PATTERSON:
Elnora and Jacob were married by the county judge, with Mrs. M.E. Middleton and William Middleton (both of Gage County, Nebraska), as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #2026427, Volumn E, Gage County, Nebraska Marriages 1885-1889]


Children of ELNORA CRUSE and JACOB PATTERSON are:
i. PATTERSON71182, d. Bef. 19101182.
ii. CHARLES EARL PATTERSON1183, b. July 26, 1888, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1184,1185; d. December 17, 1963, McMinnville, Yamhill County, Oregon, USA1186; m. ESTELLA FRANCES MITCHELL1187, Aft. 19101188; b. November 22, 1895, Guthrie Center, Guthrie County, Iowa, USA1188; d. March 28, 1962, McMinnville, Yamhill County, Oregon, USA1188.

Notes for CHARLES EARL PATTERSON:
In 1910, Charles and his family were living in Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska, where Charles was a farmer. He owned his home free of mortgage. [1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska]


iii. PEARL PATTERSON1189, b. July 1891, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1189,1190; d. Unknown; m. (1) , Bef. 1910; d. Unknown; m. (2) , Bef. 1910; d. Unknown.
iv. JOHN CLARENCE PATTERSON1191,1192, b. December 30, 1892, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1193,1194,1195; d. June 10, 1957, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1195; m. MAE HARWOOD1196, 1912, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1196; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHN CLARENCE PATTERSON:
John Clarence died at the age of 64 years, 5 months, 10 days, and was buried in Lot 185 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with his burial was Laughlin. [LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


More About JOHN CLARENCE PATTERSON:
Burial: June 12, 1957, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1197

Notes for MAE HARWOOD:
Is this the same Mae Patterson who obtained Social Security #507-01-2865 in Nebraska? That Mae was born 12 June 1887 and died August 1964. Her last residence was in Iowa. [Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]


v. LESTER CARLTON PATTERSON1198,1199, b. April 01, 1894, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1200; d. March 17, 1971, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1200; m. FERN ELOISE ALLEN1201, 1924, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1201; b. October 12, 1897, Lancaster County, Nebraska, USA1202; d. February 16, 1979, Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri, USA.

Notes for LESTER CARLTON PATTERSON:
Lester Carlton died at the age of 76 years, 11 months, 16 days, and was buried in Lot 212 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with his burial was Laughlin. [LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments]


More About LESTER CARLTON PATTERSON:
Burial: March 20, 1971, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1202

Notes for FERN ELOISE ALLEN:
Fern obtained Social Sceurity #507-44-4873 in Nebraska. She evidently lived in Kansas City, Clay County, Missouri (64138 zipcode) with or near her sons the last years of her life. She died of cancer at the age of 81 years, 4 months, and 4 days. She was buried in Lot 212 of Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. The undertaker involved with her burial was Laughlin. [LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments; and Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]


More About FERN ELOISE ALLEN:
Burial: February 20, 1979, Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1202

vi. KATHRYN PATTERSON, b. Private.
vii. MARGARET PATTERSON, b. Private.
viii. VIDELLE PATTERSON, b. Private.
ix. BESSIE PATTERSON, b. Private.

53. SIDNEY C6 CLARK (THOMAS FREMEONT5, JANE4 SMALL, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1203,1204,1205,1206 was born November 18, 1888 in Nebraska, USA1207,1208, and died January 15, 1955 in Gage County, Nebraska, USA1209. He married JESSIE AKIN1210 August 26, 1912 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA. She was born Abt. 1895 in Nebraska, USA1211, and died January 26, 1992 in Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1212,1213.

Notes for SIDNEY C CLARK:
At the time of his marriage, Sidney resided in Pawnee Couty, Nebraska. In 1920, he and his family lived near his parents in Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska. At that time he was a farmer, renting his home. In 1927, Sidney lived in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska. Sidney was buried in Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929; 1920 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska; Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com): Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries; and LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska]


Notes for JESSIE AKIN:
At the time of her marriage, Jessia resided in Pawnee County, Nebraska. Jessie obtained social security number 506-48-0293 in Nebraska. She was buried in Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929; LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska; and Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]


Marriage Notes for SIDNEY CLARK and JESSIE AKIN:
Jessia and Sidney were married by county judge John R. McNair. Cleo Clark and J.B. Brooks served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929]


Children of SIDNEY CLARK and JESSIE AKIN are:
i. LAVERN S7 CLARK1214, b. June 02, 1913, Nebraska, USA1215,1216; d. November 15, 1998, Beatrice, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1217.

Notes for LAVERN S CLARK:
Lavern obtained social security number 506-48-0294 in Nebraska. From the fact that this number is the next in sequence after Jessie Akin Clark's social security number, and from Lavern's date of birth, it seems likely Lavern is the child of Jessie and Sidney. [Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]


ii. DONNA CLARK, b. Private; m. COOTS, Private; b. Private.
iii. EDNA T CLARK, b. Private.
iv. PANSY F CLARK, b. Private.
v. 4 CLARK, b. Private.
vi. 5 CLARK, b. Private.
vii. 6 CLARK, b. Private.
viii. 7 CLARK, b. Private.
ix. 8 CLARK, b. Private.




Generation No. 7



57. GENEVIEVE A7 SMALL (SAMUEL G(ASCLOW??)6, THOMAS CLARK5, SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1205,1206,1207 was born February 02, 1909 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1208,1209, and died March 13, 1991 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA??1210. She married ARTHUR BURT GRAHAM1210,1211 May 01, 1936 in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA. He was born March 31, 1906 in Table Rock, Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1212,1213, and died January 05, 1952 in Pawnee County, Nebraska, USA1214.

Notes for GENEVIEVE A SMALL:
At the time of her marriage, Alice was a school teacher, living in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Genevieve was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955; and Personal Correpsondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Notes for ARTHUR BURT GRAHAM:
At the time of his marriage, Arthur was a farmer in Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska. Arthur was buried in the Pawnee City Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955; and Personal Correpsondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan]


Marriage Notes for GENEVIEVE SMALL and ARTHUR GRAHAM:
Alice and Arthur were married by W.N. Wallins, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church. Bessie P. Guttridge of Marysville, Marshall County, Kansas, and Ethelda E. Wargo of Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska, served as witnesses. [LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955]


Children of GENEVIEVE SMALL and ARTHUR GRAHAM are:
i. BELVA8 GRAHAM, b. Private; m. DONALD LEROY POLAND, Private; b. Private.
ii. JANET GRAHAM, b. Private.

58. DORA AGNESS7 TUCKER (THOMAS CLARK6, SARAH5 SMALL, SAMUEL GEORGE4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1215,1216,1217 was born October 1897 in Kansas, USA1218,1219,1220. She married WILLIAM ALFRED BROWN1221.

Notes for WILLIAM ALFRED BROWN:
William and his wife moved from Kansas to Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington, in May 1945. [Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net)]


Child of DORA TUCKER and WILLIAM BROWN is:
i. DOROTHY E8 BROWN, b. Private; m. BAILEY.

59. GEORGE MORRISON7 SMALL (GEORGE6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1222 was born July 22, 1899 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1222, and died February 03, 1987 in New Castle, Henry County, Indiana, USA1223. He married MARGARET DELIGHT HOLDERMAN1224. She was born July 05, 1904 in St. Joseph, Berrien County, Michigan, USA1224,1225, and died July 29, 1995 in New Castle, Henry County, Indiana, USA1225.

Notes for GEORGE MORRISON SMALL:
George was a teacher. He was buried in Lot 288, Section 3 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About GEORGE MORRISON SMALL:
Burial: February 06, 1987, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1225

Notes for MARGARET DELIGHT HOLDERMAN:
Delight was a teacher. She is buried next to her husband in Lot 288, Section 3 of Forest Hill Cemetery in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana. [Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About MARGARET DELIGHT HOLDERMAN:
Burial: August 05, 1995, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1225

Child of GEORGE SMALL and MARGARET HOLDERMAN is:
69. i. JAMES LOUIS8 SMALL, b. Private.

60. HERBERT DEPREZ7 SMALL (GEORGE6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1226 was born June 27, 1907 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1226,1227, and died February 05, 1960 in Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana, USA1228,1229. He met VIVIAN HENDRICKS Private. She was born Private.

Notes for HERBERT DEPREZ SMALL:
Herb had a muscular and nervous disorder in his youth. He earned his living as an Omar Bakery route man. [Small, Louis James, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 9; and Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records]


More About HERBERT DEPREZ SMALL:
Burial: February 05, 1960, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA1229

Children of HERBERT SMALL and VIVIAN HENDRICKS are:
i. HERERT DEPREZ8 SMALL, b. Private.
ii. PETER MICHAEL SMALL, b. Private.
iii. NORMA KAY SMALL, b. Private; m. MAZURE, Private; b. Private.
iv. ANGELINE SMALL, b. Private; m. HOLMES, Private; b. Private.

61. RUSSELL SCOTT7 SMALL (GEORGE6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. He met FERN Private. She was born Private.

Children of RUSSELL SMALL and FERN are:
i. JUDY8 SMALL, b. Private.
ii. CAROLYN SMALL, b. Private.

62. JAMES FINLEY7 SMALL (DAVID HAMPTON6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born July 20, 1902 in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, USA, and died July 27, 1989 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA. He married MARIAN DAISY MILTON June 11, 1922 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA. She was born December 25, 1902 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA, and died November 04, 1980 in Lafayette, Tippicanoe County, Indiana, USA.

Notes for JAMES FINLEY SMALL:
James attended Number 9 elementary school which was located a few doors from the home of James Whitcomb Riley. His school used to serenade the famous poet on his birthday. He graduated from Indianapolis Arsenal Technical High School.

His first job in sales was for Octpogon Soap. He later sold for Heinz and in 1929, he went to work for Morton Salt Co., retiring in 1967. In 1940 he moved to West Lafayette to be close to his sales territory and also for his sons to be close to Purdue University. After his sons graduated from Purdue, he and his wife moved from West Lafayette to 3320 Longlois Drive in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. He moved from Lafayette to live with his son Richard, in 1981.

While living in Lafayette, James was a founding member of Bethany Presbyterian Church where he also served as an elder and treasurer for 17 years. He also was a member of the Lafayette Lions Club, serving as president from 1950-1951.

James was involved with Big Brothers and he was a member of the Indiana Zoological Society. He was a scoutmaster with Indianapolis Boy Scouts and received the Silver Beaver award (for his combined Indianapolis and Lafayette activities). He passed on his avid interest in science to both of his sons.



More About JAMES FINLEY SMALL:
Burial: July 30, 1989, Tippecanoe Memory Gardens Cemetery, Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA

Notes for MARIAN DAISY MILTON:
Marian's first job after graduating from High School was as a File Clerk, filing attendance records at the Indianapolis School Board, from January 1920 thru February 1920.

Her second job was as a Laboratory Technician for the State Board of Health, in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana from February 1920 thru July 1922. She prepared and examined slides for tubercule bacillus, Gonococci, Malaria, Widal test for Typhoid, and Wasserman Blood Test. She also made slides from animal brains for examination for Rabies.

As a mother of two boys, Marian's main job was to bolster moral and care for physical needs of the males in her life. In contributing to services for advancement of the community, she taught Church School classes on Sunday as well as at other times, worked in the local Parent Teacher Association and Garden Club, and directed plays for dramatic clubs (mainly the Riverside Players at Riverside Methodist Church). Her Church School activities were primarely at St. Paul Methodist Church where she grew up and participated as a family. She also directed a Girl Scout Troop.

Marian's first paid Girl Scout job was as Arts and Crafts Director for Dellwood Summer Camp, of the Indianapolis Girl Scout Council, Inc. She ordered tools and supplies for camp, planned crafts to be done by children in camp, and trained other Arts and Crafts Counselors for their work with different aged children. She also instructed and helped other counselors with crafts they wanted to do for their own enjoyment and relaxation.

During WWII Marian studied at Purdue University and became an Inspector for Duncan Electric Meter Co., in Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana from November 1942 thru August 1943. She inspected brass castings, machined surfaces, threads, size of holes, spindles for polish, tooth width of gears holes, recesses and slots. She trained inspectors and saw that work was inspected when ready for inspection. She had up to 8 workers under her supervision at one time.

Marian's second professional Girl Scout experience was as the Executive Ecurity of the Tippecanoe Girl Scout Council of Lafayette, Indiana. Her duties were to organize new troops, find and train troop leaders, help with plans for city wide activities, and direct Summer Camps at Camp Potowatomie in Winimac, Indiana and at Rotary Camp in Crawfordsville, Indiana.

She joined the WACS in June 1945 and once again renewed her work as a Laboratory Technician, doing blood counts, urinalysis and bacteriology at Oliver General Hospital in Augusta, Georgia. She was given an Honorable Discharge at the end of her service and the War in March 1946.

On returning to civilian life Marian continued with this career at St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Lafayette, Indiana, doing similar duties as in the Army. She commenced taking additional courses and instruction both at Purdue and at the hospital under Dr. James M. McFadden, Pathologist, to qualify as a Registered Medical Technician approved by the A.S.C.P. She advanced to teaching other students, so they too could qualify.

On joining the staff at Logansport State Mental Hospital in January 1955, she supervised the hospital's Medical Laboratory. She suppervised 7 employees in this laboratory until her retirement in 1964.

Due to her son, James David, marrying a European girl at the end of the war, and helping bring her parants to the United States, Marian reconized the need for many of these people to have access to instruction in English and Citizenship so they could pass the examinations for citizenship in the United States. She taught these courses from 1951 through 1953, in addition to her regular employment.

For recreation, Marian also took pipe organ lessons, having played and owned a piano most of her married life. She also sang in her church choirs from her youth and throughout her life, with religious and other music being most important . Flowers and garden were also an important recreation which she shared with her family and others. Many oak trees and other cuttings grew into mature trees and flowers from her efforts and are present in many of her son's and grand children's homes.

To help her sons go to sleep at night she would play the piano for them. When electronic music was available, via record players, she too would go to sleep at night listening to the popular and classical music of her time. Many of her grandchildren enjoyed going to sleep listening to the phongraph when staying with her in their youth.


More About MARIAN DAISY MILTON:
Burial: Unknown, Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA

Children of JAMES SMALL and MARIAN MILTON are:
70. i. JAMES DAVID8 SMALL, b. April 18, 1923, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA; d. February 09, 1978, Lafayette, Tippicanoe County, Indiana, USA.
71. ii. RICHARD MILTON SMALL, b. Private.

63. CLYDE EMERSON "BROCKEY"7 SMALL (EARL BRECKENRIDGE6, DAVID W5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1230 was born 1910 in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA1230, and died 1986 in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA1230. He married ESTER COY1230. She died 1992 in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA1230.

Notes for CLYDE EMERSON "BROCKEY" SMALL:
Clyde and his wife lived at 112 Elbern Avenue in Harrison, Hamilton County, Ohio, where Clyde was mayor at one time. [Small, James Louis, The SMALL Family, (unpublished, 1992), p. 21, and Bob Tubesing]


Children of CLYDE SMALL and ESTER COY are:
i. SUE ELLEN8 SMALL, b. Private;
ii. SANDRA E SMALL, b. Private; m. ROBERT G TUBESING, Private; b. Private.
Chilren of Sandra E. Small and Robert G. Tubesing
i. Travis Robert Tubesing b. Private.
iii. CLYDE EMERSON SMALL, b. Private.

64. CARL WILLIAM7 CLARK (JOHN GARFIELD6, CHARLES5, MARY4 SMALL, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1231 was born March 17, 19171231, and died January 15, 1991 in Stoddard County, Missouri, USA1231. He married EMMA LEORA HOOVER1231 February 03, 1937 in Robinson, Crawford County, Illinois, USA1231. She was born September 03, 1916 in Jasper County, Illinois, USA1231, and died July 10, 1993 in Stoddard County, Missouri, USA1231.

Notes for CARL WILLIAM CLARK:
Sometime after his son Kenneth's birth, Carl moved his family to Stoddard County, Missouri, to a farm he inherited from his grandfather Charles Clark. [Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark (linkenclark@mvn.net)]


Child of CARL CLARK and EMMA HOOVER is:
i. KENNETH8 CLARK, b. Private; m. LINDA CAPPS, Private; b. Private.

65. BYRON WENDEL7 SMALL (ROY C.6, LEWIS5, EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1232 was born in Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1232, and died September 19981232. He married BERTHA ORTMAN1232. She was born in Millhousen, Decatur County, Indiana, USA1232, and died 19981232.

Notes for BYRON WENDEL SMALL:
Byron attended Letts High School in Letts, Decatur County?, Indiana. [Personal Correspondence, Jim Howe (jim.howe.b@us.agfa.com)]


Notes for BERTHA ORTMAN:
Is this the Bertha who was born 1 April 1912 and died 1 Mar 1998, with Social Security #269-34-5263 issued in Ohio and whose last residence was in Fairfield, Butler County, Ohio 45014?? [Social Security Death Index]


Child of BYRON SMALL and BERTHA ORTMAN is:
72. i. LORA8 SMALL, b. Private.

66. HAZEL MARIE7 MCDONALD (LEONARD MILES "JOE"6, HANNAH ANN5 SMALL, EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1233 was born 19081233, and died Aft. August 1999. She met JOSEPH SHERMAN "JOE" HOWE Private. He was born Private.

Notes for HAZEL MARIE MCDONALD:
Hazel attended Letts High School in Letts??, Indiana. At the age of 91, Hazel's eyesight was deteriorating, but she was still quite sharp mentally. [Personal Correspondence, Jim Howe (jim.howe.b@us.agfa.com)]


Child of HAZEL MCDONALD and JOSEPH HOWE is:
73. i. STEVEN JOSEPH8 HOWE, b. Private.

67. GEORGE7 CANN (MARJORIE ELLEN6 SMALL, THOMAS JEFFREY5, EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. He met DONNA WILEY Private. She was born Private.

Children of GEORGE CANN and DONNA WILEY are:
i. JILL8 CANN, b. Private.
ii. BETH CANN, b. Private.

68. CHARLES EARL7 PATTERSON (ELNORA6 CRUSE, SOPHIA M5 CLARK, JANE4 SMALL, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1)1234 was born July 26, 1888 in Liberty, Gage County, Nebraska, USA1235,1236, and died December 17, 1963 in McMinnville, Yamhill County, Oregon, USA1237. He married ESTELLA FRANCES MITCHELL1238 Aft. 19101239. She was born November 22, 1895 in Guthrie Center, Guthrie County, Iowa, USA1239, and died March 28, 1962 in McMinnville, Yamhill County, Oregon, USA1239.

Notes for CHARLES EARL PATTERSON:
In 1910, Charles and his family were living in Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska, where Charles was a farmer. He owned his home free of mortgage. [1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska]


Children of CHARLES PATTERSON and ESTELLA MITCHELL are:
i. GLEN HENRY8 PATTERSON1239, b. 19141240; d. 19591240; m. ISABELLE NELSON, Private; b. Private.

Notes for GLEN HENRY PATTERSON:
Glen was buried in Evergreen Cemetery in McMinnville, Yamhill County, Oregon. [Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net), 10/22/1999]


More About GLEN HENRY PATTERSON:
Burial: Unknown, McMinnville, Yamhill County, Oregon, USA1240

ii. JACOB SMILEY PATTERSON1241, b. January 06, 19201242; d. August 30, 19901242; m. DARLENE MORLAN, Private; b. Private.

Notes for JACOB SMILEY PATTERSON:
Jacob obtained Social Security #543-14-5378 in Nebraska. [Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com)]


iii. FRANCIS LAVERNE (TWIN) PATTERSON, b. Private; m. NORMA JO MARIMAN, Private; b. Private.
74. iv. CHARLES LAVELL "PAT" (TWIN) PATTERSON, b. Private.
v. ELTON MITCHELL PATTERSON, b. Private.


Generation No. 8



69. JAMES LOUIS8 SMALL (GEORGE MORRISON7, GEORGE6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. He met JAQUELINE MARGARET CORCORAN Private. She was born Private.

Children of JAMES SMALL and JAQUELINE CORCORAN are:
i. JAMES MORRISON9 SMALL, b. Private.
ii. JULIE KATHLEEN SMALL, b. Private.

70. JAMES DAVID8 SMALL (JAMES FINLEY7, DAVID HAMPTON6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born April 18, 1923 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA, and died February 09, 1978 in Lafayette, Tippicanoe County, Indiana, USA. He met INA VASYLIVNA KRYWOBOK Private. She was born Private.

Notes for JAMES DAVID SMALL:
J.D. graduated from Purdue University. His main profession was as a pharmacist, but he at various times also sold theatrical makeup via mail-order, was Justice of the Peace in Delphi, Carroll County, Indiana, and had a small hand-set printing shop. He died of a stroke suffered while snowed-in at the drug store where he worked.


More About JAMES DAVID SMALL:
Burial: February 12, 1978, Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, Indiana, USA
Fact 3: Pharmacist
Residence: 1928, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, USA

Children of JAMES SMALL and INA KRYWOBOK are:
75. i. GREGORY ANDRE9 SMALL, b. Private.
76. ii. ARTHUR PETER SMALL, b. Private.
77. iii. MARTHA MELODY SMALL, b. Private.
iv. JAMES KRYWOBOK SMALL, b. Private; m. (1) WANDA SMITH, Private; b. Private; m. (2) CARLA LAVONNE ABBOTT, Private; b. Private.

71. RICHARD MILTON8 SMALL (JAMES FINLEY7, DAVID HAMPTON6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. He met MARIAN HATTIE ELLABY Private. She was born Private.

Children of RICHARD SMALL and MARIAN ELLABY are:
i. SALLY ANN9 SMALL, b. Private.
ii. SUE ELLEN SMALL, b. Private; m. ANDREW XURY GINGERY, Private; b. Private.

72. LORA8 SMALL (BYRON WENDEL7, ROY C.6, LEWIS5, EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. She met TONY KALBLI Private. He was born Private.

Children of LORA SMALL and TONY KALBLI are:
i. KRISTIN9 KALBLI, b. Private.
ii. GRAHAM KALBLI, b. Private; m. , Private; b. Private.

73. STEVEN JOSEPH8 HOWE (HAZEL MARIE7 MCDONALD, LEONARD MILES "JOE"6, HANNAH ANN5 SMALL, EDWARD4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private.

Child of STEVEN JOSEPH HOWE is:
i. JIM B9 HOWE, b. Private.

74. CHARLES LAVELL "PAT" (TWIN)8 PATTERSON (CHARLES EARL7, ELNORA6 CRUSE, SOPHIA M5 CLARK, JANE4 SMALL, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. He met IMOGENE BAKER Private. She was born Private.

Children of CHARLES PATTERSON and IMOGENE BAKER are:
78. i. DARRIN EARL9 PATTERSON, b. Private.
ii. STEVEN LAVELL PATTERSON, b. Private.
iii. CLAUDIA JEAN PATTERSON, b. Private.


Generation No. 9



75. GREGORY ANDRE9 SMALL (JAMES DAVID8, JAMES FINLEY7, DAVID HAMPTON6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. He met BARBARA ROBBINS Private. She was born Private.

Children of GREGORY SMALL and BARBARA ROBBINS are:
i. MATTHEW10 SMALL, b. Private.
ii. JEREMY SMALL, b. Private.
iii. DANIEL JAMES SMALL, b. Private.

76. ARTHUR PETER9 SMALL (JAMES DAVID8, JAMES FINLEY7, DAVID HAMPTON6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. He met LYNETTE CURTIS Private. She was born Private.

Children of ARTHUR SMALL and LYNETTE CURTIS are:
i. SERINA LYNN10 SMALL, b. Private.
ii. LYNDON JAMES SMALL, b. Private.
iii. CLINTON TYLER SMALL, b. Private.

77. MARTHA MELODY9 SMALL (JAMES DAVID8, JAMES FINLEY7, DAVID HAMPTON6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. She met (1) DENNIS MILLER Private. He was born Private. She met (2) JERRY MARTIN Private. He was born Private.

Children of MARTHA SMALL and DENNIS MILLER are:
79. i. STACY KAY10 MILLER, b. Private.
ii. HEATHER LEE MILLER, b. Private.

Children of MARTHA SMALL and JERRY MARTIN are:
iii. STEVEN WILLIAM CODY10 MARTIN, b. Private.
iv. MICHAEL JAMES CODY MARTIN, b. Private.

78. DARRIN EARL9 PATTERSON (CHARLES LAVELL "PAT" (TWIN)8, CHARLES EARL7, ELNORA6 CRUSE, SOPHIA M5 CLARK, JANE4 SMALL, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. He met (1) LAURIE SUSAN BUELL Private. She was born Private. He met (2) JANE WAGNER Private. She was born Private.

Child of DARRIN PATTERSON and LAURIE BUELL is:
i. ALEXANDRA ELLE10 PATTERSON, b. Private.


Generation No. 10



79. STACY KAY10 MILLER (MARTHA MELODY9 SMALL, JAMES DAVID8, JAMES FINLEY7, DAVID HAMPTON6, EDWARD5, JAMES4, THOMAS3, SAMUEL2, THOMAS1) was born Private. She met (1) MARK LEON MONDELLO Private. He was born Private. She met (2) BRADLEY J. BOUGHER Private. He was born Private.

Child of STACY MILLER and MARK MONDELLO is:
i. NICOLE DANILLE11 MONDELLO, b. Private.

Children of STACY MILLER and BRADLEY BOUGHER are:
ii. KENNEDY JAYDE11 BOUGHER, b. Private.
iii. KERRIGAN BOUGHER, b. Private.

Endnotes

1. LDS Microfilm, #1473759.
2. LDS Microfilm, #188997, Church of England, Archdeaconry of Canterbury Court, Probate Records 1763-1767, Volume 97, p. 373.
3. LDS Microfilm, #1473759.
4. LDS Microfilm, #188997, Church of England, Archdeaconry of Canterbury Court, Probate Records 1763-1767, Volume 97, p. 373.
5. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 1.
6. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 2.
7. LDS Microfilm, #1473759.
8. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 1.
9. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net), "from old written family history."
10. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 1.
11. LDS Microfilm, #1473759.
12. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 2.
13. LDS Microfilm, #1473759.
14. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 2.
15. LDS Microfilm, #1473759.
16. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 2.
17. LDS Microfilm, #1473759.
18. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
19. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 1.
20. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
21. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 1.
22. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 10.
23. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 2.
24. LDS IGI, batch C131472.
25. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
26. LDS Microfilm, #1473759.
27. LDS IGI, batch C131472.
28. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
29. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
30. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
31. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
32. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
33. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
34. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
35. Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey, data from Sunman family letter presumably in Ripley County Historical Society collection.
36. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
37. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
38. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
39. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
40. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
41. "Newspaper Obituary," (his wife's obituary), probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
42. LDS Microfilm, for West Branch Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
43. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 10.
44. Ripley County, Indiana Wills, book C, pages 411-415.
45. "Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
46. Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey, handwritten data handed down through the family.
47. LDS Microfilm, #1067357, Frant, Sussex Parish Records, Marriages, Burials & Baptisms 1755-1813.
48. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 10.
49. Ripley County Marriages, Pre-1850, (Ripley County, Indiana GenWeb internet page), "Electronic."
50. "Newspaper Obituary," "Beattie (Marshall County, Kansas) Eagle", 8 June 1900..
51. "Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
52. Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey, handwritten data handed down through the family.
53. LDS Microfilm, #1067357, Frant, Sussex Parish Records, Marriages, Burials & Baptisms 1755-1813.
54. "Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
55. "Newspaper Obituary," "Beattie (Marshall County, Kansas) Eagle", 8 June 1900.
56. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
57. LDS Microfilm, #1067357, Frant, Sussex Parish Records, Marriages, Burials & Baptisms 1755-1813.
58. "Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
59. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
60. "Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
61. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
62. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
63. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
64. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
65. 1860 United States Census, Marshall County, Iowa.
66. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
67. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
68. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
69. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
70. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
71. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
72. LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1858-1879, p. 11, #68.
73. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
74. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
75. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
76. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
77. 1900 United States Census, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
78. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
79. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
80. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
81. 1900 United States Census, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
82. 1910 United States Census, Guittard Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
83. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
84. 1850 United States Census, AdamsTownship, Ripley County, Indiana.
85. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
86. Violet Toph Papers, (found at Ripley County, Indiana USGenWeb site), "Electronic," accessed at Ripley County, Indiana USGenWeb page.
87. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
88. 1900 United States Census, Guittard Townships, Marshall County, Kansas.
89. 1910 United States Census, Guittard Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
90. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
91. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
92. "Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
93. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
94. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
95. "The Anadrako Tribune," Anadrako, Caddo County, Oklahoma, February 14, 1924, p. 8, col. 3.
96. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages.
97. "The Anadrako Tribune," Anadrako, Caddo County, Oklahoma, February 14, 1924, p. 8, col. 3.
98. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
99. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages.
100. "The Anadrako Tribune," Anadrako, Caddo County, Oklahoma, February 14, 1924, p. 8, col. 3.
101. 1900 United States Census, Pawnee Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
102. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages.
103. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
104. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
105. 1900 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
106. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
107. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
108. LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1858-1879, p. 11, #75.
109. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
110. 1900 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
111. LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1858-1879, p. 11, #75.
112. Personal Correspondence, Leonard Steiner as forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
113. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
114. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
115. 1880 United States Census, Clay Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
116. LDS Microfilm, #1986998.
117. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
118. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
119. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
120. 1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
121. 1920 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
122. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
123. "Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
124. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
125. LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B.
126. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
127. "Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
128. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
129. 1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
130. LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B.
131. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
132. Deaths Register, Mainstone District, Kent, England, 5/203, September 1841.
133. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 10.
134. Personal Correspondence, Iain Kerr (iainkerr@clara.net).
135. Deaths Register, Maidstone District, Kent, England, 2A/305, September 1867.
136. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
137. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 10.
138. LDS Microfilm, #1473759.
139. Personal Correspondence, Iain Kerr (iainkerr@clara.net).
140. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 1.
141. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
142. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 1.
143. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
144. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 13.
145. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 17.
146. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
147. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small.
148. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
149. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 19.
150. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 1.
151. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 18.
152. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
153. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 19.
154. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
155. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 19.
156. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small.
157. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
158. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 19.
159. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
160. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
161. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small.
162. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 18.
163. Ripley County Marriages, Pre-1850, (Ripley County, Indiana GenWeb internet page), "Electronic."
164. 1860 United States Census, Center Township, Marion County, Indiana.
165. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small.
166. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 1.
167. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 18.
168. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
169. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 5.
170. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, pp. 14, 18.
171. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
172. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
173. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
174. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 17.
175. 1860 United States Census, Shelbyville, Addison Township, Shelby County, Indiana.
176. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
177. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
178. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
179. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
180. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
181. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 18.
182. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
183. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, pp. 14, 18.
184. Personal Correspondence, Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey.
185. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
186. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p.4.
187. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, pp. 15, 18.
188. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
189. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, pp. 15, 18.
190. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
191. Bob Tubesing.
192. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
193. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
194. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
195. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
196. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
197. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
198. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
199. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
200. 1830 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
201. LDS Microfilm, #992526, Item #5, Lamberhurst, Sussex Christenings 1813-1844.
202. Indiana State Library Genealogy Division, Indiana Marriages Through 1850, http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/indiana/genealogy/mirr.html.
203. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small.
204. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
205. LDS Microfilm, #992526, Item #5, Lamberhurst, Sussex Christenings 1813-1844.
206. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
207. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
208. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
209. Veterans Buried in Shelby County, Illinois, (Shelby County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1982), p. 7.
210. Combined History of Shelby and Moultrie Counties, Illinois, (Philadelphia: Brink, McDonough and Co., 1881).
211. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
212. Combined History of Shelby and Moultrie Counties, Illinois, (Philadelphia: Brink, McDonough and Co., 1881).
213. Illinois Marriage Index.
214. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
215. Veterans Buried in Shelby County, Illinois, (Shelby County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1982), p. 7.
216. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
217. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
218. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
219. 1880 United States Census, (Soundex), Richaland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
220. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
221. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
222. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
223. Personal Correspondence, Jewel Bruce (jewelb@mindspring.com).
224. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
225. Indiana State Library Genealogy Division, Indiana Marriages Through 1850, http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/indiana/genealogy/mirr.html.
226. 1850 United States Census, Brookville Township, Franklin County, Indiana.
227. Personal Correspondence, Jewel Bruce (jewelb@mindspring.com).
228. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
229. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
230. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
231. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
232. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
233. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
234. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
235. Personal Correspondence, Jewel Bruce (jewelb@mindspring.com).
236. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
237. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
238. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
239. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothy2@prodigy.com).
240. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
241. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
242. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
243. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
244. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
245. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
246. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
247. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
248. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
249. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
250. 1890 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
251. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marsahll County, Kansas.
252. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
253. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
254. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
255. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
256. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
257. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
258. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
259. 1870 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
260. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
261. 1870 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
262. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
263. Personal Correspondence, Jewel Bruce (jewelb@mindspring.com).
264. 1870 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
265. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
266. 1870 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
267. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
268. recorded by Lora Small Kalbli, Eddleman Cemetery, Gatewood Farm, Iron Mine Road, Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, tombstone inscription.
269. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
270. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
271. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
272. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
273. Pipe Creek Cemetery, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, http://genweb.net/~inripley/pipecreek.htm, tombstone inscription collected by Miss Violet Toph in the 1930's.
274. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
275. Pipe Creek Cemetery, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, http://genweb.net/~inripley/pipecreek.htm, tombstone inscription collected by Miss Violet Toph in the 1930's.
276. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
277. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
278. Ripley County, Indiana Wills, book C, pages 411-415.
279. Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey, handwritten data handed down through the family.
280. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
281. Fletcher, Charles W., Ripley County, Indiana Marriage Records 1818-1840, (The Decatur Genealogical Society), p. 17.
282. LDS Vital Records Index, (September 1998), "Electronic," FHL 815992.
283. Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey, handwritten data handed down through the family.
284. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
285. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
286. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
287. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
288. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
289. Personal Correspondence, Linda Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey.
290. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
291. Personal Correspondence, Linda Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey.
292. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
293. Pipe Creek Cemetery, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, http://genweb.net/~inripley/pipecreek.htm, tombstone inscription collected by Miss Violet Toph in the 1930's.
294. Personal Correspondence, Linda Clark as forwarded by Dorothy Bailey.
295. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
296. Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark (linkenclark@mvn.net).
297. LDS Microfilm, #1311946, Ripley County, Indiana Marriages, volume 7, August 1860-July 1866.
298. 1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois.
299. LDS Microfilm, #1311946, Ripley County, Indiana Marriages, volume 7, August 1860-July 1866.
300. 1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois.
301. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
302. 1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois.
303. Biographical and Historical Record of Wayne and Appanoose Counties, Iowa, (Chicago: Inter-State Publishing Company, 1886), pp. 371-372.
304. Wayne County Genealogical Society, Wayne County, Iowa Cemeteries, (1979).
305. Biographical and Historical Record of Wayne and Appanoose Counties, Iowa, (Chicago: Inter-State Publishing Company, 1886), pp. 371-372.
306. 1900 United States Census, Jefferson Township, Wayne County, Iowa.
307. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net), data from Illinois Marriage Index.
308. Personal Correspondence, Linda Capps Clark (linkenclark@mvn.net), data from microfilm of Crawford County, Illinois marriage register.
309. 1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois.
310. 1900 United States Census, Jefferson Township, Wayne County, Iowa.
311. Wayne County Genealogical Society, Wayne County, Iowa Cemeteries, (1979).
312. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
313. 1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois.
314. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
315. 1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois.
316. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
317. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
318. 1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois.
319. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
320. Personal Correspondence, data from Linda Capps Clark, forwarded by Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
321. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
322. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
323. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
324. Fletcher, Charles W., Ripley County, Indiana Marriage Records 1818-1840, (The Decatur Genealogical Society), p. 18.
325. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
326. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
327. 1860 United States Census, Westport, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
328. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
329. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
330. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
331. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
332. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
333. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
334. United States Military Records, Muster Rolls of 83 Indiana Infantry and Discharge Paper, photocopies provided by Lora Kalbli.
335. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
336. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
337. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
338. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
339. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
340. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 307, 308.
341. Personal Correspondence, Lora Kalbli (kalblial@one.net), information written at bottom of "Grandpa Edward Small's Obituary".
342. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
343. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
344. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
345. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
346. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
347. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
348. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
349. Personal Correspondence, Lora Kalbli (kalblial@one.net), information written at bottom of "Grandpa Edward Small's Obituary".
350. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
351. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
352. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 298, 307.
353. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
354. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 292.
355. Personal Correspondence, Jim Howe (jim.howe.b@us.agfa.com).
356. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 298.
357. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 292.
358. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net), from a transcription of Edward's obituary in her possession.
359. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
360. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
361. 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
362. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
363. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
364. 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
365. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
366. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 315.
367. Personal Correspondence, Lora Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
368. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
369. 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
370. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
371. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
372. 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
373. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
374. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
375. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net), from a transcription of Edward's obituary in her possession.
376. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
377. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net), from a transcription of Edward's obituary in her possession.
378. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
379. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net), from a transcription of Edward's obituary in her possession.
380. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
381. 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
382. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
383. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
384. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
385. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
386. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 9.
387. Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska, tombstone inscription.
388. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 12.
389. LDS Microfilm, #0498605, St. Helena Church Records, Baptisms, Marriages and Burial, 1767-1835.
390. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 12.
391. Indiana State Library Genealogy Division, Indiana Marriages Through 1850, http://www.statelib.lib.in.us/www/indiana/genealogy/mirr.html.
392. Fletcher, Charles W., Ripley County, Indiana Marriage Records 1818-1840, (The Decatur Genealogical Society), p. 16.
393. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
394. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
395. Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska, tombstone inscription.
396. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
397. LDS Microfilm, #0498605, St. Helena Church Records, Baptisms, Marriages and Burial, 1767-1835.
398. Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska, tombstone inscription.
399. "The Pawnee Republican," Pawnee City, Nebraska, Thursday, March 28, 1895, p. 5, col. 3.
400. "The Summerfield Sun," Summerfield, Marshall County, Kansas, March or April 1895.
401. LDS Microfilm, #0992522.
402. LDS Microfilm, #0498605, St. Helena Church Records, Baptisms, Marriages and Burial, 1767-1835.
403. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
404. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
405. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
406. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
407. 1880 United States Census, Guittas(?) Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
408. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small, 1/31/1999, and Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
409. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
410. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
411. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small, 1/31/1999 "7 7/20/1999.
412. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
413. 1880 United States Census, Guittas(?) Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
414. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
415. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
416. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
417. 1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
418. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
419. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscription.
420. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
421. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small, 1/31/1999.
422. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
423. 1850 United States Census, Franklin Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
424. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
425. LDS Ancestral File, (www.familysearch.org), "Electronic," AF83-089917.
426. A Biographical & Genealogical History of Southeastern Nebraska, (Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1904), p. 473.
427. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small, 1/31/1999.
428. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
429. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
430. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
431. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscription.
432. A Biographical & Genealogical History of Southeastern Nebraska, (Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1904), p. 473.
433. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscription.
434. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
435. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
436. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
437. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
438. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
439. 1900 United States Census, Mesa County, Colorado.
440. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
441. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small, 1/31/1999.
442. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
443. 1850 United States Census, Butler Township, Franklin County, Indiana.
444. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
445. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
446. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
447. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
448. 1850 United States Census, Butler Township, Franklin County, Indiana.
449. 1900 United States Census, Mesa County, Colorado.
450. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
451. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
452. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
453. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
454. 1900 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
455. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
456. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
457. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
458. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
459. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
460. 1860 United States Census, near Spades Station, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
461. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan, "Emma E Clark" on tombstone.
462. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Birdella McKee Simpson & forwarded by Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
463. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net), data from Illinois Marriage Index.
464. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
465. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chpater on Pawnee County.
466. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
467. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
468. 1900 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
469. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
470. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909.
471. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
472. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909.
473. 1860 United States Census, near Spades Station, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
474. 1900 United States Census, Summerfield City, Marshall County, Kansas.
475. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Birdella McKee Simpson & forwarded by Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
476. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
477. 1860 United States Census, near Spades Station, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
478. 1900 United States Census, Summerfield City, Marshall County, Kansas.
479. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
480. 1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois.
481. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Birdella McKee Simpson & forwarded by Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
482. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
483. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
484. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
485. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small, 1/31/1999.
486. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
487. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small, 1/31/1999.
488. Violet Toph Papers, (found at Ripley County, Indiana USGenWeb site), "Electronic," 1865 marriage records from the Ripley county USGenWeb page.
489. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
490. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905.
491. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
492. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
493. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
494. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
495. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
496. 1880 United States Census, Northeast Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
497. LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B, p. 134.
498. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
499. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
500. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
501. 1880 United States Census, Northeast Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
502. LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B, p. 134.
503. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small, 1/31/1999.
504. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
505. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
506. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
507. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
508. 1880 United States Census, Guittas(?) Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
509. 1900 United States Census, Snipes, Precinct 15, Mesa County, Colorado.
510. Personal Correspondence, Wynona Hennessey (wynona@gj.net) to Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
511. 1850 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
512. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
513. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
514. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
515. LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B.
516. 1850 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
517. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
518. 1880 United States Census, Guittas(?) Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
519. 1900 United States Census, Snipes, Precinct 15, Mesa County, Colorado.
520. 1920 United States Census, Collbran, Mesa County, Colorado.
521. Personal Correspondence, Wynona Hennessey (wynona@gj.net) to Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
522. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small, 1/31/1999.
523. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
524. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
525. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
526. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
527. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
528. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
529. 1920 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
530. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com).
531. LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955.
532. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com).
533. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
534. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
535. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Frances's and her husband's obituaries.
536. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
537. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
538. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889.
539. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
540. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituary.
541. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com).
542. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
543. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituary.
544. 1860 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
545. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
546. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
547. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
548. 1860 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
549. 1910 United States Census, Precinct 15, Molina (Snipes), Mesa County, Colorado.
550. 1900 United States Census, Mesa County, Colorado.
551. 1910 United States Census, Precinct 15, Molina (Snipes), Mesa County, Colorado.
552. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
553. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
554. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
555. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
556. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
557. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
558. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages.
559. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
560. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
561. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
562. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages.
563. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
564. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
565. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages.
566. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
567. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
568. 1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
569. 1880 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
570. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
571. 1880 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
572. 1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
573. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
574. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
575. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897.
576. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
577. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897.
578. 1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
579. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897.
580. 1880 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
581. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
582. 1880 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
583. 1920 United States Census, Clay Precicnt, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
584. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1894-1908.
585. 1880 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
586. 1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
587. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
588. 1880 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
589. 1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
590. 1920 United States Census, Clay Precicnt, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
591. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1894-1908.
592. 1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
593. 1920 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
594. 1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
595. 1920 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
596. 1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
597. "Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
598. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
599. LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B.
600. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
601. "Newspaper Obituary," probably Pawnee City, Nebraska newspaper.
602. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
603. 1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
604. LDS Microfilm, #1986998, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 1A-1B.
605. 1900 United States Census, Clear Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
606. 1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
607. LDS Microfilm, #1986840, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897.
608. 1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
609. LDS Microfilm, #1986840, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897.
610. 1900 United States Census, Clear Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
611. LDS Microfilm, #1986840, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897.
612. 1900 United States Census, Clear Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
613. 1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
614. 1900 United States Census, Clear Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
615. 1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
616. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1894-1908.
617. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
618. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1894-1908.
619. 1900 United States Census, Clear Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
620. 1910 United States Census, Clear Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
621. 1900 United States Census, Clear Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
622. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 1.
623. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 18.
624. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
625. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 19.
626. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
627. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 19.
628. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small.
629. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
630. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 19.
631. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
632. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
633. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small.
634. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
635. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 19.
636. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
637. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
638. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
639. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
640. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 3.
641. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
642. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 18.
643. Ripley County Marriages, Pre-1850, (Ripley County, Indiana GenWeb internet page), "Electronic."
644. 1860 United States Census, Center Township, Marion County, Indiana.
645. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small.
646. 1860 United States Census, Center Township, Marion County, Indiana.
647. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 1.
648. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 18.
649. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
650. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 5.
651. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, pp. 14, 18.
652. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
653. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
654. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
655. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 17.
656. 1860 United States Census, Shelbyville, Addison Township, Shelby County, Indiana.
657. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
658. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
659. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
660. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
661. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
662. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
663. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
664. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
665. Chadwick, Edward H., Chadwick's History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Indianapolis: B.F. Bowen & Co., 1909).
666. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
667. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
668. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
669. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
670. History of Shelby County, Indiana, (Chicago: Brandt & Fuller, 1887), p. 535.
671. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
672. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
673. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
674. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
675. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 7.
676. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p.4.
677. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, pp. 15, 18.
678. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
679. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, pp. 15, 18.
680. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
681. Bob Tubesing.
682. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
683. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
684. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
685. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
686. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
687. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
688. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
689. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 21.
690. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
691. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 21.
692. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
693. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 20.
694. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 21.
695. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
696. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
697. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
698. Veterans Buried in Shelby County, Illinois, (Shelby County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1982), p. 7.
699. Combined History of Shelby and Moultrie Counties, Illinois, (Philadelphia: Brink, McDonough and Co., 1881).
700. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
701. Combined History of Shelby and Moultrie Counties, Illinois, (Philadelphia: Brink, McDonough and Co., 1881).
702. Illinois Marriage Index.
703. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
704. Veterans Buried in Shelby County, Illinois, (Shelby County Historical and Genealogical Society, 1982), p. 7.
705. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
706. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
707. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
708. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
709. Illinois Marriage Index.
710. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
711. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
712. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
713. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
714. Illinois Marriage Index.
715. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
716. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
717. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
718. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
719. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
720. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
721. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
722. 1880 United States Census, (Soundex), Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
723. 1870 United States Census, Ashgrove Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
724. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
725. Illinois Marriage Index.
726. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 11.
727. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana.
728. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
729. 1880 United States Census, (Soundex), Richaland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
730. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
731. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
732. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
733. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
734. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
735. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
736. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
737. Illinois Marriage Index.
738. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
739. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
740. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
741. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
742. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
743. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
744. 1870 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
745. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
746. 1880 United States Census, (Soundex), Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
747. 1880 United States Census, Richland Township, Shelby County, Illinois.
748. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
749. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
750. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
751. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
752. 1870 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
753. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
754. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
755. 1850 United States Census, Brookline Township, Franklin County, Indiana, USA.
756. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
757. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
758. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
759. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
760. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
761. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
762. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
763. 1890 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
764. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marsahll County, Kansas.
765. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
766. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
767. 1890 United States Census, Richland Township, Marsahll County, Kansas.
768. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey dorothyb2@prodigy.com.
769. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905.
770. 1890 United States Census, Richland Township, Marsahll County, Kansas.
771. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905.
772. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
773. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905.
774. 1870 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
775. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
776. 1870 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
777. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
778. recorded by Lora Small Kalbli, Eddleman Cemetery, Gatewood Farm, Iron Mine Road, Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, tombstone inscription.
779. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
780. recorded by Lora Small Kalbli, Eddleman Cemetery, Gatewood Farm, Iron Mine Road, Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, tombstone inscription.
781. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.com).
782. recorded by Lora Small Kalbli, Eddleman Cemetery, Gatewood Farm, Iron Mine Road, Westport, Decatur County, Indiana, tombstone inscription.
783. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
784. 1870 United States Census, Oblong Township, Crawford County, Illinois.
785. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
786. Personal Correspondence, data from Linda Capps Clark, forwarded by Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
787. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
788. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
789. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
790. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
791. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
792. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 307, 308.
793. Personal Correspondence, Lora Kalbli (kalblial@one.net), information written at bottom of "Grandpa Edward Small's Obituary".
794. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
795. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
796. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
797. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
798. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
799. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
800. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
801. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
802. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
803. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
804. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
805. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
806. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
807. Personal Correspondence, Lora Kalbli (kalblial@one.net), information written at bottom of "Grandpa Edward Small's Obituary".
808. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
809. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
810. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
811. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
812. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
813. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
814. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
815. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
816. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
817. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
818. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
819. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
820. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
821. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
822. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
823. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
824. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 298, 307.
825. 1850 United States Census, Adams Township, Ripley County, Indiana, USA.
826. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 292.
827. Personal Correspondence, Jim Howe (jim.howe.b@us.agfa.com).
828. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 298.
829. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 292.
830. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301.
831. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 298-9.
832. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 299, 301.
833. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301.
834. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 299.
835. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301.
836. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 299, 301.
837. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301.
838. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 299.
839. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301.
840. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 299.
841. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 298, 301.
842. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301.
843. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 299.
844. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301.
845. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 298, 301.
846. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301.
847. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 299.
848. 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
849. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
850. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
851. 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
852. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
853. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 315.
854. Personal Correspondence, Lora Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
855. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
856. 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
857. 1860 United States Census, Jackson Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
858. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
859. 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
860. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
861. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
862. 1870 United States Census, Sand Creek Township, Decatur County, Indiana.
863. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 307.
864. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
865. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
866. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
867. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
868. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
869. 1900 United States Census, Mesa County, Colorado.
870. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
871. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small, 1/31/1999.
872. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
873. 1850 United States Census, Butler Township, Franklin County, Indiana.
874. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
875. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
876. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
877. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
878. 1850 United States Census, Butler Township, Franklin County, Indiana.
879. 1900 United States Census, Mesa County, Colorado.
880. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
881. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
882. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
883. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
884. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
885. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages.
886. LDS Ancestral File, (www.familysearch.org), "Electronic," AF91-101220.
887. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
888. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
889. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages.
890. LDS Ancestral File, (www.familysearch.org), "Electronic," AF91-101220.
891. 1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
892. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
893. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
894. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
895. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
896. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
897. LDS Microfilm, #2026481, Gage County, Nebraska Marriages 1889-1893.
898. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
899. 1900 United States Census, Island Grove Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
900. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
901. 1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
902. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
903. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
904. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
905. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
906. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897.
907. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
908. 1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
909. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
910. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
911. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
912. LDS Microfilm, #2026427, Volumn E, Gage County, Nebraska Marriages 1885-1889.
913. 1900 United States Census, Mesa County, Colorado.
914. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
915. LDS Microfilm, Gage County, Nebraska Marriage Index.
916. LDS Microfilm, #2026427, Volumn E, Gage County, Nebraska Marriages 1885-1889.
917. 1920 United States Census, Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
918. LDS Microfilm, Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska.
919. LDS Microfilm, #2026427, Volumn E, Gage County, Nebraska Marriages 1885-1889.
920. 1900 United States Census, Mesa County, Colorado.
921. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
922. 1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
923. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
924. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
925. 1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
926. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
927. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
928. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
929. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
930. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
931. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County, p. 1257.
932. 1860 United States Census, Ripley County, Indiana.
933. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
934. 1920 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
935. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com).
936. LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955.
937. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com).
938. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
939. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
940. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Frances's and her husband's obituaries.
941. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
942. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
943. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889.
944. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
945. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituary.
946. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com).
947. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
948. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituary.
949. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
950. 1910 United States Census, Mission Creek precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
951. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries.
952. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
953. 1910 United States Census, Mission Creek precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
954. 1920 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
955. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries.
956. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
957. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
958. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
959. LDS Microfilm, for Mission Creek Cemetery, Pawnee County, Nebraska (data viewed and extracted by Cathy Morgan).
960. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
961. LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955.
962. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
963. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
964. 1910 United States Census, Mission Creek precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
965. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries.
966. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
967. 1910 United States Census, Mission Creek precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
968. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries.
969. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
970. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
971. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
972. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
973. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
974. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
975. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
976. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
977. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
978. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
979. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
980. 1860 United States Census, Marshall County, Iowa.
981. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889.
982. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
983. 1910 United States Census, Table Rock Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
984. 1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
985. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889.
986. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
987. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889.
988. 1910 United States Census, Table Rock Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
989. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, volume 2-3 1884-1889.
990. LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929.
991. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
992. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
993. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
994. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
995. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
996. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
997. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
998. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
999. 1910 United States Census, Table Rock Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1000. LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929.
1001. 1910 United States Census, Table Rock Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1002. LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929.
1003. 1910 United States Census, Table Rock Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1004. 1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1005. 1910 United States Census, Table Rock Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1006. 1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1007. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
1008. Personal Correspondence, Leonard Steiner, as forwarded by Cathy Morgan, middle name info from "Who's Who in Nebraska, 1940"??
1009. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1010. 1900 United States Census, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1011. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1012. 1900 United States Census, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1013. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
1014. 1900 United States Census, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1015. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
1016. 1900 United States Census, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1017. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1018. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
1019. LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955.
1020. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1021. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
1022. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1023. 1900 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1024. 1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1025. LDS Microfilm, #1986939, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages.
1026. 1900 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1027. 1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1028. 1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1029. 1910 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1030. 1920 United States Census, West Branch Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1031. Andreas, A.T., History of the State of Nebraska, (Chicago: The Western Historical Company, 1882), chapter on Pawnee County.
1032. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897.
1033. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1034. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1035. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897.
1036. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1037. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1890-1897.
1038. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1039. 1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1040. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1041. 1875 Kansas State Census, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1042. 1885 Kansas State Census, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas.
1043. 1880 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1044. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1045. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1046. 1875 Kansas State Census, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1047. 1885 Kansas State Census, Beattie, Marshall County, Kansas.
1048. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1049. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1050. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1051. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1905.
1052. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1053. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1054. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1055. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1056. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1057. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1058. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909.
1059. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (DorothyB2@prodigy.net).
1060. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages, 1885-1889, 1892-1909.
1061. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1062. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1063. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1064. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1065. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1066. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1067. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1068. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1069. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1070. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1071. 1915 Kansas State Census, Beattie, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1072. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1073. 1915 Kansas State Census, Beattie, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1074. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1075. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
1076. LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska as viewed by Cathy Morgan.
1077. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
1078. LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska as viewed by Cathy Morgan.
1079. 1920 United States Census, Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1080. LDS Microfilm, #1986940, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1894-1908.
1081. LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska as viewed by Cathy Morgan.
1082. 1900 United States Census, Sherman Precinct, Gage County, Nebraska.
1083. 1920 United States Census, Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1084. LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955.
1085. 1900 United States Census, Sherman Precinct, Gage County, Nebraska.
1086. 1920 United States Census, Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1087. LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955.
1088. 1900 United States Census, Sherman Precinct, Gage County, Nebraska.
1089. LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska as viewed by Cathy Morgan.
1090. 1920 United States Census, Plum Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1091. LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska as viewed by Cathy Morgan.
1092. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
1093. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1094. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
1095. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1096. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
1097. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1098. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
1099. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1100. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, pp. 6, 35.
1101. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
1102. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1103. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 10.
1104. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1105. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, pp. 6, 35.
1106. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
1107. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 35.
1108. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1109. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 9.
1110. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1111. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 8.
1112. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1113. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 8.
1114. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1115. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 6.
1116. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1117. Harrod, Mildred Dixon, Hope Area Families, Now and Then, (1985), p. 442.
1118. Bartholomew County (Indiana) Clerk Records, book C-14, p. 194.
1119. Harrod, Mildred Dixon, Hope Area Families, Now and Then, (1985), p. 442.
1120. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1121. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
1122. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 21.
1123. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 4.
1124. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 21.
1125. 1890 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1126. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marsahll County, Kansas.
1127. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages 1885-1889, 1892-1905.
1128. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1129. Personal Correspondence, Jewel Bruce (jewelb@mindspring.com).
1130. 1890 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1131. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marsahll County, Kansas.
1132. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1133. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages 1885-1889, 1892-1905.
1134. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marsahll County, Kansas.
1135. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages 1885-1889, 1892-1905.
1136. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marsahll County, Kansas.
1137. 1920 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1138. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages 1885-1889, 1892-1905.
1139. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marsahll County, Kansas.
1140. 1910 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1141. LDS Microfilm, #2027273, Marshall County, Kansas Marriages 1885-1889, 1892-1905.
1142. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1143. Personal Correspondence, data from Linda Capps Clark, forwarded by Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1144. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
1145. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
1146. Personal Correspondence, letter written by Theodisia "Old Aunt Dosia" Small to her nephew George Cann, copy obtained from Jim Howe.
1147. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
1148. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
1149. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 301.
1150. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 292, 296.
1151. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 292.
1152. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 300.
1153. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 294.
1154. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, pp. 292, 294.
1155. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 292.
1156. Personal Correspondence, family history document from Jim Howe, p. 294.
1157. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 331-2.
1158. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1159. 1880 United States Census, Mission Creek Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1160. 1870 United States Census, Pawnee City, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1161. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1162. LDS Microfilm, #2026427, Volumn E, Gage County, Nebraska Marriages 1885-1889.
1163. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
1164. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
1165. Personal Correspondence, icmorgan@worldnet.att.net (Cathy Morgan), 17 June 1999.
1166. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska, (Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1888), pp. 224, 331-2.
1167. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
1168. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1169. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
1170. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
1171. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
1172. LDS Microfilm, #2026427, Volumn E, Gage County, Nebraska Marriages 1885-1889.
1173. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscritption.
1174. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
1175. 1910 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
1176. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
1177. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1178. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
1179. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1180. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
1181. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1182. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
1183. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1184. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
1185. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
1186. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1187. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
1188. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1189. LDS Microfilm, #6104963 Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, record of internments.
1190. 1900 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1191. 1910 United States Census, Mission Creek precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1192. Personal Correspondence, Donna Clark Coots (dlcoots@gulftel.com), Thomas Fremont Clark and Frances D. Cotter Clark's obituaries.
1193. LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929.
1194. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscription.
1195. LDS Microfilm, #1986941, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, 1908-1929.
1196. Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska, tombstone inscription.
1197. LDS Microfilm, #1986477, Card Index to Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages, A-C.
1198. 1920 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1199. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
1200. LDS Microfilm, for Liberty Cemetery, Gage County, Nebraska.
1201. 1920 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1202. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
1203. 1920 United States Census, Mission Creek, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1204. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).
1205. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1206. 1910 United States Census, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1207. LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955.
1208. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1209. 1910 United States Census, Miles Precinct, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1210. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1211. LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955.
1212. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1213. LDS Microfilm, #1986942, Pawnee County, Nebraska Marriages 1929-1955.
1214. Personal Correspondence, data compiled by Pawnee County, Nebraska historian Leonard Steiner and forwarded by Cathy Morgan.
1215. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1216. 1915 Kansas State Census, Beattie, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1217. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1218. 1900 United States Census, Richland Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1219. 1915 Kansas State Census, Beattie, Guittard Township, Marshall County, Kansas.
1220. 1910 United States Census, Richland Precinct, Marshall County, Kansas.
1221. Personal Correspondence, Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1222. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 8.
1223. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1224. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 40.
1225. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1226. Small, James Louis, "The Small Family, An Ancestral History of James Morrison Small and Julie Kathleen Small," unpublished, 1984, p. 8.
1227. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1228. Personal Correspondence, James Louis Small (soiletest@annap.infi.net).
1229. Forest Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, office records.
1230. Small, James Louis, "The SMALL Family," unpublished, 1992, p. 21.
1231. Personal Correspondence, data from Linda Capps Clark, forwarded by Dorothy Bailey (dorothyb2@prodigy.net).
1232. Personal Correspondence, Lora Small Kalbli (kalblial@one.net).
1233. Personal Correspondence, Jim Howe (jim.howe.b@us.agfa.com).
1234. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
1235. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1236. 1900 United States Census, Liberty Township, Gage County, Nebraska.
1237. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1238. 1910 United States Census, Pawnee County, Nebraska.
1239. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1240. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net), 10/22/1999.
1241. Personal Correspondence, Cathy Morgan (icmorgan@worldnet.att.net).
1242. Social Security Death Index, (as searched at http://www. rootsweb.com).


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