Ralph R Richter1,2

Male, #40861, b. November, 1886
Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
9th great-grandson of Francis Miles
5th great-grandson of Lewis James
FatherWilliam Nelson Richter2 b. Feb, 1862, d. before Apr, 1940
MotherMinnie May Miles2 b. May 18, 1866, d. 1940
BirthNovember, 1886Ralph was born November, 1886 in Indiana.1 
Marriagebetween 1912 and 1913He married Martha L (surname not known) between 1912 and 1913 in an unknown place .3  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Ralph R's death. 

Family

Martha L (surname not known) b. bt 1891 - 1892
(son) Census 1900June 9, 1900Ralph R Richter was listed as a son in the household of William Nelson Richter and Minnie May Miles in the 1900 Census on June 9, 1900 in Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Calvin Preston Richter.1
(son) Census 1930April 11, 1930Ralph R Richter was listed as a son in the household of William Nelson Richter and Minnie May Miles in the 1930 Census on April 11, 1930 on Arch Street Monon, White County, Indiana. Ralph R Richter's occupation is listed as salesman. Other members of the household listed were Martha L (surname not known).3
Last EditedFeb 17, 2011

Citations

  1. [S12547] U.S. Census Indiana 1900, Fulton County, Rochester.
  2. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  3. [S12549] U.S. Census Indiana 1930, White County, Monon.

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Calvin Preston Richter1,2

Male, #40862, b. December 7, 1888
Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
9th great-grandson of Francis Miles
5th great-grandson of Lewis James
FatherWilliam Nelson Richter3 b. Feb, 1862, d. before Apr, 1940
MotherMinnie May Miles3 b. May 18, 1866, d. 1940
BirthDecember 7, 1888Calvin was born December 7, 1888 in Akron, Fulton County, Indiana.1,2,4 
Marriagebetween 1918 and 1919He married Elinor (surname not known) between 1918 and 1919 in an unknown place .5  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Calvin Preston's death. 

Family

Elinor (surname not known) b. bt 1893 - 1894
(son) Census 1900June 9, 1900Calvin Preston Richter was listed as a son in the household of William Nelson Richter and Minnie May Miles in the 1900 Census on June 9, 1900 in Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Ralph R Richter.2
(son) Census 1910April 27, 1910Calvin Preston Richter was listed as a son in the household of William Nelson Richter and Minnie May Miles in the 1910 Census on April 27, 1910 at 45 Doty Street Hammond, Lake County, Indiana.4
Draft registrationMay 26, 1917He registered for the draft on May 26, 1917 in Aurora, Kane County, Illinois.1
Census 19201920Calvin was listed as the head of a household with his wife Elinor (surname not known) in the 1920 Census in 1920 at 309 West Main Street Massillon, Stark County, Ohio. Calvin's occupation is listed as engineer - Central Steel.5
Last EditedSep 12, 2012

Citations

  1. [S4893] Draft Registration,.
  2. [S12547] U.S. Census Indiana 1900, Fulton County, Rochester.
  3. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  4. [S12546] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Lake County, Hammond, Ward 2.
  5. [S12548] U.S. Census Ohio 1920, Stark County, Massillon, Ward 2.

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Hattie Belle Miles1

Female, #40863, b. December 27, 1870, d. March 30, 1959
Relationships1st cousin 4 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
8th great-granddaughter of Francis Miles
4th great-granddaughter of Lewis James
FatherPreston Miles1 b. Dec 11, 1819, d. May 17, 1881
MotherCatherine Protzman1 b. Oct 13, 1826, d. Mar 21, 1894
BirthDecember 27, 1870Hattie was born December 27, 1870 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Death of FatherMay 17, 1881Her father, Preston, died on May 17, 1881 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.2 
MarriageApril 6, 1890She married Adam Homer Smith, son of Vachel Van Buren Smith and Emily Davault, April 6, 1890 at home of bride's parents Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Conducted by the Rev. Jesse Dunn.3,4  
Birth of DaughterFebruary 14, 1891Her daughter Celia was born on February 14, 1891 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.5 
Birth of Daughter1892Her daughter Gladys was born in 1892.5 
Death of MotherMarch 21, 1894Her mother, Catherine, died on March 21, 1894 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.2 
Birth of SonNovember 7, 1895Her son Ernest was born on November 7, 1895 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Death of Daughter1897Her daughter, Gladys, died in 1897.5 
Birth of DaughterFebruary 26, 1898Her daughter Gretchen was born on February 26, 1898 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Birth of DaughterMay 7, 1900Her daughter Mildred was born on May 7, 1900 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Birth of SonSeptember 5, 1902Her son Everett was born on September 5, 1902 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Birth of SonFebruary 23, 1908Her son Edward was born on February 23, 1908 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Marriage of DaughterAugust 14, 1917Her daugher, Celia Smith, married Dr Benjamin Franklin Kuhn on August 14, 1917 in Albion, Noble County, Indiana.5 
Marriage of SonSeptember 8, 1919Her son, Ernest Carl Smith, married Velma Mae Wright on September 8, 1919 in Albion, Noble County, Indiana.5 
Marriage of DaughterSeptember 12, 1921Her daugher, Gretchen Smith, married Walter Loy Whonsetler on September 12, 1921 in Albion, Noble County, Indiana.5 
Marriage of SonJune 22, 1935Her son, Everett Miles Smith, married Margaret Moorman Harpole on June 22, 1935 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.5 
Marriage of SonApril 9, 1939Her son, Edward Homer Smith, married Gertrude Kathryne Hoch on April 9, 1939 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.5 
(widow) DeathJune 21, 1941Hattie was widowed when her husband, Adam, died on June 21, 1941.5 
Death of DaughterAugust 8, 1954Her daughter, Mildred, died on August 8, 1954 in La Grange, La Grange County, Indiana.5 
DeathMarch 30, 1959Hattie died March 30, 1959 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana at age 88.5  
BurialHer body was buried in Syracuse Cemetery, Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.5

Family

Adam Homer Smith b. 30 Oct 1863, d. 21 Jun 1941
Children 1.Celia Smith+1 b. Feb 14, 1891, d. Feb 16, 1983
 2.Gladys Smith5 b. 1892, d. 1897
 3.Ernest Carl Smith+1 b. Nov 7, 1895, d. Apr 30, 1972
 4.Gretchen Smith+1 b. Feb 26, 1898, d. Apr 27, 1972
 5.Mildred Katherine Smith1 b. May 7, 1900, d. Aug 8, 1954
 6.Everett Miles Smith+1 b. Sep 5, 1902, d. Aug 15, 1983
 7.Edward Homer Smith1 b. Feb 23, 1908
ReligionHattie Belle Miles was Calvary Lutheran Church.5 
(daughter) Census 1880June 9, 1880She was listed as a daughter in the household of Preston Miles and Catherine Protzman in the 1880 Census on June 9, 1880 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were George William Miles, Dora Frances Miles, Minnie May Miles, Andrew Jackson Kitson and Gertrude Frances Kitson.6
(sister-in-law) Census 1900June 1, 1900Hattie Belle Miles was listed as a sister-in-law in the household of Isaiah Ketring and Martha Ann Miles in the 1900 Census on June 1, 1900 in Syracuse, Turkey Creek Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Joseph Ketring, Grace Ketring, Harry Ketring, Lloyd Ketring, Adam Homer Smith, Celia Smith, Ernest Carl Smith, Gretchen Smith and Mildred Katherine Smith.7
Number ChildrenApril 14, 1910Hattie Belle Miles and Adam Homer Smith had eight children of whom six were living as of April 14, 1910.8 
Census 1910April 14, 1910Hattie was listed as Adam Homer Smith's wife in the 1910 Census on April 14, 1910 on Main Street Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Celia Smith, Ernest Carl Smith, Gretchen Smith, Mildred Katherine Smith, Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.8
Census 1920January 5, 1920Hattie was listed as Adam Homer Smith's wife in the 1920 Census on January 5, 1920 on Orange Street Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana. Hattie's occupation is listed as seamstress. Other members of the household listed were Gretchen Smith, Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.9
Census 1930April 21, 1930Hattie was listed as Adam Homer Smith's wife in the 1930 Census on April 21, 1930 on Orange Street Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.10
Census 1940May 7, 1940Hattie was listed as Adam Homer Smith's wife in the 1940 Census on May 7, 1940 on Albion Road Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana. Hattie's occupation is listed as seamstress at home.11
ObituaryAn obituary for Hattie Belle Miles appeared. Smith Hattie B, 88, died Sunday in Parkview Hospital. A native of Syracuse, she had lived the past 4 ½ years at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Walter Whonsetler, 2521 Wells St., Fort Wayne. Funeral was Tuesday in L. H. Moore Funeral Home in Cromwell. Burial, Syracuse Cemetery. She had lived in Cromwell most of her life and was a member of the Calvary Lutheran Church here. She was born in Syracuse Dec. 27, 1870, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Miles. She married Homer Smith in 1890, and he died in 1941. She left Syracuse in 1910, moving to Cromwell. She resided here until 1954 when she went to Fort Wayne. Also surviving are the other daughter, Mrs. Celia Kuhn of Pierceton; 3 sons, Ernest C. and Edward H. of Auburn, and Everett M., Louisville, Ky; 9 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. + 3-?-1959.5 
Last EditedOct 28, 2012

Citations

  1. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  2. [S1499] Lois C Meyer, Descendents of Samuel Miles.
  3. [S4907] Unknown author, Marriage listing, Kosciusko County, IN, 1875-1899, Shr-Spe.
  4. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008, Apr 17, 1890, Indianian Republic Marriage Notice.
  5. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008.
  6. [S11606] U.S. Census Indiana 1880, Kosciusko County, Syracuse.
  7. [S3837] U.S. Census Indiana 1900, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  8. [S4255] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  9. [S12930] U.S. Census Indiana 1920, Noble County, Cromwell.
  10. [S12931] U.S. Census Indiana 1930, Noble County, Cromwell.
  11. [S14253] U.S. Census Indiana 1940, Noble County, Cromwell.

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Adam Homer Smith1

Male, #40864, b. October 30, 1863, d. June 21, 1941
FatherVachel Van Buren Smith2 b. Aug 19, 1841, d. Sep 20, 1914
MotherEmily Davault2 b. Nov 28, 1840, d. 1928
RelationshipAdam Homer Smith is a spouse of one of my relatives. Because Adam Homer is not a relative of mine I am not actively researching him.
 
BirthOctober 30, 1863Adam was born October 30, 1863 in Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.1 
MarriageApril 6, 1890He married Hattie Belle Miles, daughter of Preston Miles and Catherine Protzman, April 6, 1890 at home of bride's parents Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Conducted by the Rev. Jesse Dunn.3,4  
Birth of DaughterFebruary 14, 1891His daughter Celia was born on February 14, 1891 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.2 
Birth of Daughter1892His daughter Gladys was born in 1892.2 
Birth of SonNovember 7, 1895His son Ernest was born on November 7, 1895 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Death of Daughter1897His daughter, Gladys, died in 1897.2 
Birth of DaughterFebruary 26, 1898His daughter Gretchen was born on February 26, 1898 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Birth of DaughterMay 7, 1900His daughter Mildred was born on May 7, 1900 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Birth of SonSeptember 5, 1902His son Everett was born on September 5, 1902 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Birth of SonFebruary 23, 1908His son Edward was born on February 23, 1908 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Death of FatherSeptember 20, 1914His father, Vachel, died on September 20, 1914 in Noble County, Indiana.2 
Marriage of DaughterAugust 14, 1917His daughter, Celia Smith, married Dr Benjamin Franklin Kuhn on August 14, 1917 in Albion, Noble County, Indiana.2 
Marriage of SonSeptember 8, 1919His son, Ernest Carl Smith, married Velma Mae Wright on September 8, 1919 in Albion, Noble County, Indiana.2 
Marriage of DaughterSeptember 12, 1921His daughter, Gretchen Smith, married Walter Loy Whonsetler on September 12, 1921 in Albion, Noble County, Indiana.2 
Death of Mother1928His mother, Emily, died in 1928 in Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.2 
Marriage of SonJune 22, 1935His son, Everett Miles Smith, married Margaret Moorman Harpole on June 22, 1935 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.2 
Marriage of SonApril 9, 1939His son, Edward Homer Smith, married Gertrude Kathryne Hoch on April 9, 1939 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.2 
DeathJune 21, 1941Adam died June 21, 1941 in Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana at age 77. He left a widow, Hattie.2  
BurialHis body was buried in Syracuse Cemetery, Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.2,5

Family

Hattie Belle Miles b. 27 Dec 1870, d. 30 Mar 1959
Children 1.Celia Smith+1 b. Feb 14, 1891, d. Feb 16, 1983
 2.Gladys Smith2 b. 1892, d. 1897
 3.Ernest Carl Smith+1 b. Nov 7, 1895, d. Apr 30, 1972
 4.Gretchen Smith+1 b. Feb 26, 1898, d. Apr 27, 1972
 5.Mildred Katherine Smith1 b. May 7, 1900, d. Aug 8, 1954
 6.Everett Miles Smith+1 b. Sep 5, 1902, d. Aug 15, 1983
 7.Edward Homer Smith1 b. Feb 23, 1908
Name Variation Adam Homer Smith was also known as Homer. 
(brother-in-law) Census 1900June 1, 1900He was listed as a brother-in-law in the household of Isaiah Ketring and Martha Ann Miles in the 1900 Census on June 1, 1900 in Syracuse, Turkey Creek Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Joseph Ketring, Grace Ketring, Harry Ketring, Lloyd Ketring, Hattie Belle Miles, Celia Smith, Ernest Carl Smith, Gretchen Smith and Mildred Katherine Smith.6
Number ChildrenApril 14, 1910Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles had eight children of whom six were living as of April 14, 1910.7 
Census 1910April 14, 1910Adam was listed as the head of a household with his wife Hattie Belle Miles in the 1910 Census on April 14, 1910 on Main Street Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Celia Smith, Ernest Carl Smith, Gretchen Smith, Mildred Katherine Smith, Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.7
Census 1920January 5, 1920Adam was listed as the head of a household with his wife Hattie Belle Miles in the 1920 Census on January 5, 1920 on Orange Street Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana. Adam's occupation is listed as building contractor. Other members of the household listed were Gretchen Smith, Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.8
Census 1930April 21, 1930Adam was listed as the head of a household with his wife Hattie Belle Miles in the 1930 Census on April 21, 1930 on Orange Street Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana. Adam's occupation is listed as contractor - cement work. Other members of the household listed were Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.9
ResidenceHe resided on West Orange Street Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.10 
Census 1940May 7, 1940Adam was listed as the head of a household with his wife Hattie Belle Miles in the 1940 Census on May 7, 1940 on Albion Road Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.11
ObituaryAn obituary for Adam Homer Smith appeared. Smith Homer, 77, Cromwell contractor, died Saturday at his home here. Surviving are the widow, Hattie; 3 sons, Ernest of Auburn, Everett of Louisville, Ky., and Edward of Plymouth, Ky; and 3 daughters, Mrs. B. F. Kuhn of Elkhart, Mrs. Walter «i»Whonsetler«/i» of Fort Wayne, and Mrs. John Robertson of Cromwell. Funeral will be Monday at Henney Funeral Home. Burial, Syracuse Cemetery. + 7-?-1941 [Erroneous location for Edward; should be Plymouth, INDIANA].12 
Last EditedOct 28, 2012

Citations

  1. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  2. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008.
  3. [S4907] Unknown author, Marriage listing, Kosciusko County, IN, 1875-1899, Shr-Spe.
  4. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008, Apr 17, 1890, Indianian Republic Marriage Notice.
  5. [S4923] World Wide Web, Find a Grave, this source may be viewed at www.findagrave.com,.
  6. [S3837] U.S. Census Indiana 1900, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  7. [S4255] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  8. [S12930] U.S. Census Indiana 1920, Noble County, Cromwell.
  9. [S12931] U.S. Census Indiana 1930, Noble County, Cromwell.
  10. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008, has date as before 1910-1941; not clear what that means.
  11. [S14253] U.S. Census Indiana 1940, Noble County, Cromwell.
  12. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008, Northern Indianan.

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Celia Smith1

Female, #40865, b. February 14, 1891, d. February 16, 1983
Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
9th great-granddaughter of Francis Miles
5th great-granddaughter of Lewis James
FatherAdam Homer Smith1 b. Oct 30, 1863, d. Jun 21, 1941
MotherHattie Belle Miles1 b. Dec 27, 1870, d. Mar 30, 1959
BirthFebruary 14, 1891Celia was born February 14, 1891 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.2 
Birth - Conf DateApril 14, 1891Conflicting information indicates Celia Smith may have been born April 14, 1891.1 
MarriageAugust 14, 1917She married Dr Benjamin Franklin Kuhn, son of Daniel Kuhn and Martha Wilkinson, August 14, 1917 in Albion, Noble County, Indiana.2  
Birth of SonAugust 7, 1919Her son Franklin was born on August 7, 1919 in Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana.2 
Death of FatherJune 21, 1941Her father, Adam, died on June 21, 1941 in Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.2 
Marriage of SonFebruary 1, 1945Her son, Franklin Edward Kuhn, married Josephine Frances Lavrich on February 1, 1945 in Elkhart, Elkhart County, Indiana.2 
(widow) DeathApril 4, 1950Celia was widowed when her husband, Benjamin, died on April 4, 1950.2 
Death of MotherMarch 30, 1959Her mother, Hattie, died on March 30, 1959 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.2 
Death of SonNovember 10, 1981Her son, Franklin, died on November 10, 1981 in Battle Creek, Calhoun County, Michigan.2 
DeathFebruary 16, 1983Celia died February 16, 1983 in Warsaw, Kosciusko County, Indiana at age 92.2  
BurialHer body was buried in North Webster, Kosciusko County, Indiana.2 

Family

Dr Benjamin Franklin Kuhn b. 6 Jan 1869, d. 4 Apr 1950
Child 1.Franklin Edward Kuhn+2 b. Aug 7, 1919, d. Nov 10, 1981
ResidenceShe resided Farm, Route 13 in Pierceton, Kosciusko County, Indiana.2 
(niece) Census 1900June 1, 1900Celia Smith was listed as a niece in the household of Isaiah Ketring and Martha Ann Miles in the 1900 Census on June 1, 1900 in Syracuse, Turkey Creek Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Joseph Ketring, Grace Ketring, Harry Ketring, Lloyd Ketring, Adam Homer Smith, Hattie Belle Miles, Ernest Carl Smith, Gretchen Smith and Mildred Katherine Smith.3
(daughter) Census 1910April 14, 1910Celia Smith was listed as a daughter in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1910 Census on April 14, 1910 on Main Street Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Ernest Carl Smith, Gretchen Smith, Mildred Katherine Smith, Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.4
ObituaryAn obituary for Celia Smith appeared. Obit from Warsaw Times-Union KUHN,Celia S. «tab»16 Feb 1983.2 
Last EditedJan 14, 2009

Citations

  1. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  2. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008.
  3. [S3837] U.S. Census Indiana 1900, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  4. [S4255] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.

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Ernest Carl Smith1

Male, #40866, b. November 7, 1895, d. April 30, 1972
Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
9th great-grandson of Francis Miles
5th great-grandson of Lewis James
FatherAdam Homer Smith1 b. Oct 30, 1863, d. Jun 21, 1941
MotherHattie Belle Miles1 b. Dec 27, 1870, d. Mar 30, 1959
BirthNovember 7, 1895Ernest was born November 7, 1895 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
MarriageSeptember 8, 1919He married Velma Mae Wright, daughter of William Riley Wright and Etna Frances Galloway, September 8, 1919 in Albion, Noble County, Indiana.2  
Birth of SonJune 29, 1920His son James was born on June 29, 1920 in Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.2 
Death of FatherJune 21, 1941His father, Adam, died on June 21, 1941 in Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.2 
Death of MotherMarch 30, 1959His mother, Hattie, died on March 30, 1959 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.2 
DeathApril 30, 1972Ernest died April 30, 1972 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana at age 76.2  

Family

Velma Mae Wright b. 2 Jul 1895
Children 1.James Nolan Smith+2 b. Jun 29, 1920, d. Aug 5, 1973
 2.Everett Paul Smith2
MembershipErnest was a member Rosicrucian.3 
OccupationErnest Carl Smith's occupation was Superintendent, Auburn Printing Co. in Auburn, De Kalb County, Indiana.2 
ResidenceHe resided 802 S. Indiana Ave. in Auburn, De Kalb County, Indiana.2 
(nephew) Census 1900June 1, 1900He was listed as a nephew in the household of Isaiah Ketring and Martha Ann Miles in the 1900 Census on June 1, 1900 in Syracuse, Turkey Creek Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Joseph Ketring, Grace Ketring, Harry Ketring, Lloyd Ketring, Adam Homer Smith, Hattie Belle Miles, Celia Smith, Gretchen Smith and Mildred Katherine Smith.4
(son) Census 1910April 14, 1910Ernest Carl Smith was listed as a son in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1910 Census on April 14, 1910 on Main Street Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Celia Smith, Gretchen Smith, Mildred Katherine Smith, Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.5
ObituaryAn obituary for Ernest Carl Smith appeared. Smith Ernest Carl, 76, of 334 W. Washington Center Road, Fort Wayne, was pronounced dead on arrival at Parkview Hospital where he was taken after being found lying unconscious in the hallway outside his apartment Sunday. A native of Auburn, he was a retired superintendent of the Auburn Printing Co. He was born in Syracuse to Homer and Hattie Smith, moved to Cromwell when he was a young man, graduating from Cromwell High School in 1914. He was a Navy veteran. Surviving are 2 sons, James (Jack), Schenectady, New York, and Everett P., Fort Wayne; 2 brothers, Edward, Auburn, and Everett, Louisville, Ky; and one sister, Mrs. Celia Kuhn, Pierceton; 2 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. A sister, Mrs. Gretchen Whonsetler, Fort Wayne, died on April 27. + 4-?-1972.2 
Last EditedJan 14, 2009

Citations

  1. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  2. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008.
  3. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008, Type: Lodge member http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN1417940913&id=RSPY2PJ9cDsC&pg=RA5-PA196&lpg=RA5-PA196&ots=Vfq8NkcglG&dq=%22ernest+c+smith%22+auburn+indiana&sig=7fe1nufCUqIomU5iTL5m5KvmO70
  4. [S3837] U.S. Census Indiana 1900, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  5. [S4255] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.

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Gretchen Smith1

Female, #40867, b. February 26, 1898, d. April 27, 1972
Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
9th great-granddaughter of Francis Miles
5th great-granddaughter of Lewis James
FatherAdam Homer Smith1 b. Oct 30, 1863, d. Jun 21, 1941
MotherHattie Belle Miles1 b. Dec 27, 1870, d. Mar 30, 1959
BirthFebruary 26, 1898Gretchen was born February 26, 1898 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
ChristeningFebruary 2, 1917She was christened on February 2, 1917 in Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.2 
BaptismFebruary 11, 1917She was baptized on February 11, 1917 in Calvary Lutheran Church, Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.3,2 
MarriageSeptember 12, 1921She married Walter Loy Whonsetler, son of Solomon Whonsetler and Louise Sowers, September 12, 1921 in Albion, Noble County, Indiana.2  
Birth of DaughterJune 6, 1923Her daughter Harriet was born on June 6, 1923 in LaOtto, Noble County, Indiana.2 
Birth of SonDecember 24, 1925Her son James was born on December 24, 1925 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.2 
Birth of DaughterApril 15, 1931Her daughter Margaret was born on April 15, 1931 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.2 
Death of FatherJune 21, 1941Her father, Adam, died on June 21, 1941 in Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.2 
Marriage of SonSeptember 11, 1948Her son, James William Whonsetler, married Patricia Agnes Grant on September 11, 1948 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.2 
Death of SonSeptember 23, 1957Her son, James, died on September 23, 1957 in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.2 
Death of MotherMarch 30, 1959Her mother, Hattie, died on March 30, 1959 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.2 
(widow) DeathOctober 18, 1959Gretchen was widowed when her husband, Walter, died on October 18, 1959.2 
DeathApril 27, 1972Gretchen died April 27, 1972 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana at age 74.2  
BurialHer body was buried in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.2 

Family

Walter Loy Whonsetler b. 28 Jan 1895, d. 18 Oct 1959
Children 1.Harriet Louise Whonsetler2 b. Jun 6, 1923, d. Jan 7, 2003
 2.James William Whonsetler+2 b. Dec 24, 1925, d. Sep 23, 1957
 3.Margaret Joan Whonsetler2 b. Apr 15, 1931, d. Oct, 1986
 4.Reverend Richard Gene Whonsetler+2
(niece) Census 1900June 1, 1900Gretchen Smith was listed as a niece in the household of Isaiah Ketring and Martha Ann Miles in the 1900 Census on June 1, 1900 in Syracuse, Turkey Creek Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Joseph Ketring, Grace Ketring, Harry Ketring, Lloyd Ketring, Adam Homer Smith, Hattie Belle Miles, Celia Smith, Ernest Carl Smith and Mildred Katherine Smith.4
(daughter) Census 1910April 14, 1910Gretchen Smith was listed as a daughter in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1910 Census on April 14, 1910 on Main Street Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Celia Smith, Ernest Carl Smith, Mildred Katherine Smith, Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.5
(daughter) Census 1920January 5, 1920Gretchen Smith was listed as a daughter in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1920 Census on January 5, 1920 on Orange Street Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana. Gretchen Smith's occupation is listed as city school teacher. Other members of the household listed were Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.6
ObituaryAn obituary for Gretchen Smith appeared. Whonsetler Gretchen, 74, of 1419 Ludwig Park Dr., Fort Wayne, a native of Cromwell who was a member of Trinity English Lutheran Church, Fort Wayne, was dead on arrival at Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne last Thursday. She was born in Syracuse to Homer and Hattie Smith and moved to Cromwell when a young lady and graduated from Cromwell High School in 1917. She was the widow of Walter L. Whonsetler who died in 1959. Surviving are a son, Rev. Richard, Louisville, Ky; two daughters, Miss Harriett L., and Miss Margaret J., both at home; three brothers, Ernest and Edward, both Auburn, and Everett, Louisville; a sister, Mrs. Celia Kuhn, Pierceton; and 4 grandchildren. + 4-?-1972.2 
Last EditedJan 14, 2009

Citations

  1. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  2. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008.
  3. [S4902] Unknown author, copy of pastor's personal notes.
  4. [S3837] U.S. Census Indiana 1900, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  5. [S4255] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  6. [S12930] U.S. Census Indiana 1920, Noble County, Cromwell.

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Mildred Katherine Smith1

Female, #40868, b. May 7, 1900, d. August 8, 1954
Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
9th great-granddaughter of Francis Miles
5th great-granddaughter of Lewis James
FatherAdam Homer Smith1 b. Oct 30, 1863, d. Jun 21, 1941
MotherHattie Belle Miles1 b. Dec 27, 1870, d. Mar 30, 1959
BirthMay 7, 1900Mildred was born May 7, 1900 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
Marriage - no infoShe married John M Robertson. I have no information on the date and place of the marriage.2 
Death of FatherJune 21, 1941Her father, Adam, died on June 21, 1941 in Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.2 
DeathAugust 8, 1954Mildred died August 8, 1954 in La Grange, La Grange County, Indiana at age 54.2  
BurialHer body was buried in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.2 

Family

John M Robertson b. 1 Jan 1901, d. May 1975
(niece) Census 1900June 1, 1900Mildred Katherine Smith was listed as a niece in the household of Isaiah Ketring and Martha Ann Miles in the 1900 Census on June 1, 1900 in Syracuse, Turkey Creek Township, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Joseph Ketring, Grace Ketring, Harry Ketring, Lloyd Ketring, Adam Homer Smith, Hattie Belle Miles, Celia Smith, Ernest Carl Smith and Gretchen Smith.3
(daughter) Census 1910April 14, 1910Mildred Katherine Smith was listed as a daughter in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1910 Census on April 14, 1910 on Main Street Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Celia Smith, Ernest Carl Smith, Gretchen Smith, Everett Miles Smith and Edward Homer Smith.4
ObituaryAn obituary for Mildred Katherine Smith appeared in Warsaw Times-Union. ROBERTSON, John Mrs 8 Aug 1954 54 Cromwell 10 Aug 1954 1
ROBERTSON, Mildred Mrs. 8 Aug 1954 54 Cromwell 10 Aug 1954 1.2 
ObituaryAn obituary for Mildred Katherine Smith appeared. Robertson Mildred, 54, postmaster here the last 13 years, died Sunday in LaGrange County Hospital. Funeral was held Wednesday in L. H. Moore Funeral Home. Burial, Syracuse Cemetery. Survivors are the husband, John; her mother, Mrs. Hattie Smith of Cromwell; 2 sisters, Mrs. Celia Kuhn of near Barbee Lake, and Mrs. Gretchen Whonsetler of Fort Wayne; and 3 brothers, Ernest and Edward Smith of Auburn, and Everett Smith of Louisville, Ky. + 8-?-1954.2 
Last EditedJan 14, 2009

Citations

  1. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  2. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008.
  3. [S3837] U.S. Census Indiana 1900, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  4. [S4255] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.

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Everett Miles Smith1

Male, #40869, b. September 5, 1902, d. August 15, 1983
Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
9th great-grandson of Francis Miles
5th great-grandson of Lewis James
FatherAdam Homer Smith1 b. Oct 30, 1863, d. Jun 21, 1941
MotherHattie Belle Miles1 b. Dec 27, 1870, d. Mar 30, 1959
BirthSeptember 5, 1902Everett was born September 5, 1902 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
BaptismApril 4, 1921He was baptized on April 4, 1921 in Calvary Lutheran Church, Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.2 
MarriageJune 22, 1935He married Margaret Moorman Harpole, daughter of Joseph Van Dorn Harpole and Mary Burr Moorman, June 22, 1935 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.3  
Death of FatherJune 21, 1941His father, Adam, died on June 21, 1941 in Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.3 
Death of MotherMarch 30, 1959His mother, Hattie, died on March 30, 1959 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana.3 
DeathAugust 15, 1983Everett died August 15, 1983 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky at age 80. He left a widow, Margaret.3  
BurialHis body was buried in Resthaven Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, 4400 Bardstown Rd
Louisville, KY 40218 USA.4,3 

Family

Margaret Moorman Harpole b. 25 Nov 1906, d. 26 Dec 1992
Children 1.Rev Dr Joseph Miles Smith+3
 2.Dr Robert Carl Smith+3
Note Name : Everett Smith
Birth date : 05 Sep 1902
Death date : Aug 1983
Last residence : Jefferson, Kentucky
Zip code last residence : 40218
Last benefit : Jefferson, Kentucky
Zip code last benefit : 40218
Social security number : 401-09-1685
Issued : Kentucky
Source of death record : 18
Estimated age at death : 81
Collection : U.S. Social Security Death Index.3 
ReligionEverett Miles Smith was (an unknown value.)3 
EmploymentEverett was employed as a Letter Carrier by U. S. Postal Service in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.3 
ReligionHe was (an unknown value.)3 
(son) Census 1910April 14, 1910He was listed as a son in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1910 Census on April 14, 1910 on Main Street Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Celia Smith, Ernest Carl Smith, Gretchen Smith, Mildred Katherine Smith and Edward Homer Smith.5
EducationEverett Miles Smith was educated in Cromwell High School, Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.3 
(son) Census 1920January 5, 1920He was listed as a son in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1920 Census on January 5, 1920 on Orange Street Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Gretchen Smith and Edward Homer Smith.6
(son) Census 1930April 21, 1930Everett Miles Smith was listed as a son in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1930 Census on April 21, 1930 on Orange Street Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana. Everett Miles Smith's occupation is listed as cement work. Other members of the household listed were Edward Homer Smith.7
ResidenceHe resided on West Orange Street Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana.8 
Residencebetween 1935 and 1941He resided at 2006 Alta Avenue, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, between 1935 and 1941.3 
Residencebetween 1940 and 1950He resided at 1803 Bonnycastle Avenue, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, between 1940 and 1950.3 
Residenceafter 1950He resided at 1834 Roanoke Avenue, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, after 1950.3 
Last EditedMar 14, 2011

Citations

  1. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  2. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008, copy of church's member intake record.
  3. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008.
  4. [S4899] Unknown author, RootsWeb citation.
  5. [S4255] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  6. [S12930] U.S. Census Indiana 1920, Noble County, Cromwell.
  7. [S12931] U.S. Census Indiana 1930, Noble County, Cromwell.
  8. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008, has date as before 1910-1935; not clear what that means.

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Edward Homer Smith1

Male, #40870, b. February 23, 1908
Relationships2nd cousin 3 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
9th great-grandson of Francis Miles
5th great-grandson of Lewis James
FatherAdam Homer Smith1 b. Oct 30, 1863, d. Jun 21, 1941
MotherHattie Belle Miles1 b. Dec 27, 1870, d. Mar 30, 1959
BirthFebruary 23, 1908Edward was born February 23, 1908 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.1 
MarriageApril 9, 1939He married Gertrude Kathryne Hoch, daughter of Fredrick Lewis Hoch and Katerine Wetzel, April 9, 1939 in Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana.2  
Death - no infoI have no information on the date and place of Edward Homer's death. 

Family

Gertrude Kathryne Hoch b. 28 Oct 1904
OccupationEdward Homer Smith's occupation was Foreman, Auburn Printing Co. in Auburn, De Kalb County, Indiana.2 
ReligionHe was St. Mark's Lutheran Church.2 
ResidenceHe resided 1205 S. Jackson St. in Auburn, De Kalb County, Indiana.2 
(son) Census 1910April 14, 1910He was listed as a son in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1910 Census on April 14, 1910 on Main Street Syracuse, Kosciusko County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Celia Smith, Ernest Carl Smith, Gretchen Smith, Mildred Katherine Smith and Everett Miles Smith.3
(son) Census 1920January 5, 1920Edward Homer Smith was listed as a son in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1920 Census on January 5, 1920 on Orange Street Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana. Other members of the household listed were Gretchen Smith and Everett Miles Smith.4
(son) Census 1930April 21, 1930Edward Homer Smith was listed as a son in the household of Adam Homer Smith and Hattie Belle Miles in the 1930 Census on April 21, 1930 on Orange Street Cromwell, Noble County, Indiana. Edward Homer Smith's occupation is listed as cement work. Other members of the household listed were Everett Miles Smith.5
Last EditedJan 14, 2009

Citations

  1. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  2. [S4898] Joseph M Smith, Joseph M Smith Gedcom, received December 13, 2008.
  3. [S4255] U.S. Census Indiana 1910, Kosciusko County, Turkey Creek Township, Syracuse.
  4. [S12930] U.S. Census Indiana 1920, Noble County, Cromwell.
  5. [S12931] U.S. Census Indiana 1930, Noble County, Cromwell.

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Melinda Jane Miles1

Female, #40880, b. October 9, 1841, d. August 17, 1919
Relationships1st cousin 4 times removed of Garril Louis Kueber Sr
3rd great-granddaughter of Robert Jones
5th great-granddaughter of Jan Joosten van Meteren (John Van Meter)
6th great-granddaughter of Chretien Du Bois
6th great-granddaughter of Matthieu Blanchan
4th great-granddaughter of Jean Bodine
5th great-granddaughter of Jean Crocheron
7th great-granddaughter of Richard Cooke
8th great-granddaughter of Francis Miles
4th great-granddaughter of Lewis James
FatherDr William Miles1 b. Aug 27, 1807, d. Aug 2, 1885
MotherAmelia Ursula Cook1 b. Jan 15, 1813, d. Sep 18, 1895
BirthOctober 9, 1841Melinda was born October 9, 1841 in Shelby County, Kentucky.1,2 
Marriageabout 1858She married Robert Lockwood, son of (given name not known) Lockwood, about 1858 in Missouri.1,3,4  
Birth of Sonbetween 1859 and 1860Her son William was born between 1859 and 1860 in Missouri.5 
Birth of DaughterMarch 23, 1859Her daughter Sarah was born on March 23, 1859 in Gentry County, Missouri.1 
Birth of Sonbetween 1862 and 1863Her son Henry was born between 1862 and 1863 in Missouri.5 
Birth of Daughter1864Her daughter Viroka was born in 1864 in Missouri.6,4 
Birth of Sonbetween 1866 and 1867Her son Rueben was born between 1866 and 1867 in Missouri.5 
Birth of SonApril 10, 1866Her son Sidney was born on April 10, 1866 in Missouri.1 
Birth of DaughterDecember 21, 1869Her daughter Frances was born on December 21, 1869 in Savannah, Andrew County, Missouri.1 
Birth of DaughterNovember 24, 1871Her daughter (given was born on November 24, 1871.1 
Death of DaughterNovember 24, 1871Her daughter, (given, died on November 24, 1871.1 
Birth of Sonbetween 1874 and 1875Her son James was born between 1874 and 1875 in Missouri.5 
Birth of Daughter1876Her daughter Estella was born in 1876.1 
Marriage of DaughterJanuary 17, 1877Her daugher, Sarah Jane Lockwood, married Robert Gatewood Nall on January 17, 1877.1 
Birth of SonNovember 5, 1878Her son Franklin was born on November 5, 1878 in Gentry County, Missouri.1 
Death of Sonabout 1884Her son, William, died about 1884 in California.6,4 
Death of Sonabout 1884Her son, Henry, died about 1884 in Colorado.3,6,4 
Death of FatherAugust 2, 1885Her father, William, died on August 2, 1885 in Ruskin, Nuckolls County, Nebraska.7 
Death of Daughterabout 1888Her daughter, Estella, died about 1888 in Missouri.1 
Marriage of DaughterOctober 4, 1892Her daugher, Frances Ursula Lockwood, married Henry David Schlarb on October 4, 1892 in Payson, Utah County, Utah Territory.1 
Death of MotherSeptember 18, 1895Her mother, Amelia, died on September 18, 1895 in Payson, Utah County, Utah.7,8 
Death of Son1900Her son, James, died in 1900 in Salt Lake City, Utah.9,4 
(widow) DeathNovember 19, 1908Melinda was widowed when her husband, Robert, died on November 19, 1908.10,4 
Marriage of SonMarch 24, 1909Her son, Franklin Vest Lockwood, married Henrietta Delissa Jennings on March 24, 1909 in Herndon, Rawlins County, Kansas.1 
Marriage of SonJanuary 6, 1910Her son, Rueben Vincel Lockwood, married Emma Jane on January 6, 1910 in Salt Lake City, Utah.11 
Death of Sonabout 1912Her son, Rueben, died about 1912 in Payson or Provo, Utah County, Utah.6,4 
DeathAugust 17, 1919Melinda died August 17, 1919 in Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado at age 77 due to Carcinoma of pancreas, duration 1 yr. Contributory cause of death gallstones, duration 5 yrs..12,3,4  
Death - Conf DateAugust 19, 1919Conflicting information indicates that she died August 19, 1919.1 
BurialAugust 20, 1919Her body was buried on August 20, 1919 in Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado.1 

Family

Robert Lockwood b. 1833, d. 19 Nov 1908
Children 1.William E Lockwood1 b. between 1859 and 1860, d. about 1884
 2.Sarah Jane Lockwood+1 b. Mar 23, 1859, d. Sep 5, 1938
 3.Henry C Lockwood1 b. between 1862 and 1863, d. about 1884
 4.Viroka Lockwood1 b. 1864
 5.Rueben Vincel Lockwood1 b. between 1866 and 1867, d. about 1912
 6.Sidney Lockwood1 b. Apr 10, 1866, d. Nov 1, 1866
 7.Frances Ursula Lockwood+1 b. Dec 21, 1869, d. Jul 13, 1938
 8.(given name not known) Lockwood1 b. Nov 24, 1871, d. Nov 24, 1871
 9.James Lockwood1 b. between 1874 and 1875, d. 1900
 10.Estella Lockwood1 b. 1876, d. about 1888
 11.Franklin Vest Lockwood+1 b. Nov 5, 1878, d. Apr 13, 1949
Census 1860July 9, 1860Melinda was listed as a member, his wife, of Robert Lockwood's household in the 1860 Census on July 9, 1860 in Benton Township, Daviess County, Missouri. Other members of the household listed were Sarah Jane Lockwood.13
Census 1870September 1, 1870Melinda was listed as a member, his wife, of Robert Lockwood's household in the 1870 Census on September 1, 1870 in Dallas Township, DeKalb County, Missouri. Other members of the household listed were Sarah Jane Lockwood, William E Lockwood, Henry C Lockwood, Viroka Lockwood, Rueben Vincel Lockwood and Frances Ursula Lockwood.14
Census 1880June 11, 1880Melinda was listed as Robert Lockwood's wife in the 1880 Census on June 11, 1880 in Freedom Township, Republic County, Kansas. Other members of the household listed were William E Lockwood, Henry C Lockwood, Rueben Vincel Lockwood, Frances Ursula Lockwood and James Lockwood.5
MoveShe moved from Nebraska to Payson, Utah County, Utah, with daughter Malinda Lockwood. One problem with this information is we have no record of a daughter Malinda.15,4 
Census 1900June 15, 1900Melinda was listed as the head of a household in the 1900 Census on June 15, 1900 in Payson, Utah County, Utah. She is listed as widowed.16
Number ChildrenApril, 1910She had eleven children of whom five were living as of April, 1910.17 
(mother-in-law) Census 1910April 22, 1910She was listed as a mother-in-law in the household of Robert Gatewood Nall and Sarah Jane Lockwood in the 1900 Census on April 22, 1910 on Washington Avenue Almena, Norton County, Kansas. Other members of the household listed were William Roy Nall, Vernie Lockwood Nall, Gladys Ann Nall and Fern Marie Nall.17
Move1917She moved from Nebraska to Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, in 1917.18,4 
Residence1919She resided Living with Frances Ursula and H D Schlarb at 1429 N Weber Street Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, in 1919.1 
Last EditedFeb 17, 2011

Citations

  1. [S3726] Charles Edwin HUNGER, Gedcom file of Charles Edwin Hunger, May 16, 2007.
  2. [S12543] U.S. Census Utah 1900, Utah County, Payson, This source lists her birthdate as Sept 1842.
  3. [S4021] Unknown author, FGS, Melinda Jane Miles.
  4. [S3971] World Wide Web, Genealogy of Charlie Cook, Charles Lowell Cook Jr, this source may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=clowell,.
  5. [S10632] U.S. Census Kansas 1880, Republic County, Freedom Township.
  6. [S4590] Unknown author, Descendants of Melinda Jane Miles (Branch 12), p. 5.
  7. [S1352] Cook surname file,.
  8. [S2664] William G Scroggins, William Cook (1730-1790), this source can be viewed at http://wgscroggins.kueber.us/Cook1_William_jr_born_1730.pdf, page 52, year only.
  9. [S4590] Unknown author, Descendants of Melinda Jane Miles (Branch 12), p. 6.
  10. [S3752] Unknown author, Charles Edwin Hunger's Genealogy, RootsWeb WorldConnect Project.
  11. [S14182] World Wide Web, Western States Marriage Index, Brigham Young University, this source may be viewed at http://abish.byui.edu/specialCollections/westernStates/search.cfm,.
  12. [S4535] Unknown author, Ancestors of Robert Lockwood.
  13. [S10484] U.S. Census Missouri 1860, Daviess County, Benton Township.
  14. [S10568] U.S. Census Missouri 1870, Dekalb County, Dallas Township.
  15. [S3937] Unknown author, Descendants, of Reuben Cook, p. 6.
  16. [S12543] U.S. Census Utah 1900, Utah County, Payson.
  17. [S10722] U.S. Census Kansas 1910, Norton County, Almena.
  18. [S4300] Extract from the records of Charlie Cook, E-mail Charlie Cook's records may be viewed at http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=charliecook., Linda Riendeau Schlarb, 8/15/2005.

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