WAYNE  COUNTY

 QUERIES

250-259



(Q259)   05  Feb  2003 - Deborah Parks

SURNAMES:  BERG  NISBETT

David Daniel Berg who was born in Wayne Co Illinois on April 6, 1887 and Isabell Nisbett Berg who died in Wayne Co Illinois on October 14, 1921.  Also looking for birth and death records/notices.
 

(Q258)   1  Jan 2003 - Elaine Suhre

Surnames:  BROWN LLOYD and ALEXANDER of OH VA and Wayne Co. IL

James BROWN b. c. 1821 OH m. Rebecca LLOYD ALEXANDER b.c. 1820 VA on Feb. 1859 in Wayne Co.  They appear on the 1860 Census with children, Elizabeth A. 17 F b. OH, Calvin 16 M b. OH, Mary J. 13 F b. OH, Elmira 8 F b. IL (Rebecca LLOYD ALEXANDER and Philip ALEXANDER b. c. 1820 OH were the parents of all of these preceding children.) Horace 7m M b. IL. was the child of James BROWN and Rebecca LLOYD ALEXANDER BROWN.

(Q257)   1  Jan 2003 - Elaine Suhre

Surnames:  BROWN  BEEMER and LLOYD of OH and VA

James BROWN b. c. 1821 OH m. Rebecca Lloyd ALEXANDER b. C. 1820 VA,  in Feb. 1859 Wayne Co. IL.  They appear with Rebecca LLOYD ALEXANDER's children, Elizabeth A. b. c. 18434  OH, Calvin C. b. c. 1844 OHMary J. b. 1847 OH and Elmira b. 1852 Wayne Co. IL in the 1860 Census and one child Horace BROWN born to them in Wayne Co. IL.

By 1870 this family no longer appears in the Census.  But there are a Horace and Hulda BROWN living with Peter BEEMER b. c. 1813 OH and his wife Elizabeth LLOYD BEEMER b. c. 1819 VA.  Elizabeth was the sister
of Rebecca LLOYD ALEXANDER above.  All of the families have disappeared by the 1880 Census.
 

(Q256)   31  Dec 2002 - Judith Horton

Surnames:  BLACK  HICKENBOTTOM  WHEELER

I am researching George C. BLACK, born Wayne Co., IL, c1839.

He is listed in the 1850 Federal Census with Louis/Loris and May/Mary BLACK, and two sisters. They are living next door to the FRANSIER/FRAZIERs, including William.

The 1860 Federal Census has George BLACK in Clay Co., Il, Flora Twnship, living with William and Martha FRAZIER. I have been unable to find his parents at this point.

1861, George married Sarah Jane HICKENBOTTOM. 1862, He joined the Illinois 124th Infantry, Co. K., and they had a son (Lewis Gideon BLACK). March 28, 1865, George died from wounds sustained in the Battle at Spanish
Fort, Mobile, AL.

Sarah Jane remarried in 1871 to Bradley WHEELER; I have much information on them.

I need to find George C. BLACK's final resting place, his parents in 1860 and prior to 1850 (Kentucky?), and his sisters.


(Q255)  21 Nov 2002 - Sandra Brandt

WILLIAM  PAYNE
 
William H. Payne, a farmer, is buried in the Salem Cemetery, west of Keenes, Wayne County, IL.  He was the son of Thomas (b. N.C). and M. (b. Ohio). 

His first 2 wives were cousins, and they were: 
1) Sarah Ann Maulding 
b.1834-36, 
d.1854-56 (stone states 1856). 
buried Olive Branch Cem., Wayne Co., IL

2) "Lucy" Maulding/ Margaret Alyce Maulding
b.1840, Marion Co. IL. 
d. 1870-71 

My line is: 
William H. and Margaret Alyce "Lucy" Payne  daughter:: 
Margaret Alyce Payne married  Benjamin Franklin Cross Jr., 
   Their son: Roy Franklin married Nancy Clara (Voliva) Cross 

(Q254)  09 Sep 2002 - K. Verdaine Hooper

Surnames:  HOOPER  KING  PHELPS  STOLTZ

On some research papers that I was given is a note that reads -
"George Newton Phelps md. 2nd, Mary L. STOLTZ d/o of F.A. KING and Susan HOOPER on 9 Nov 1888.

She was 38 and he was 33. This was the 2nd marriage for both."

I need a lot of help in finding out who F. A. KING is.

I do not see a KING by that name in the 1850 census.  I do not find a Mary KING either.  I believe that Susan HOOPER is the d/o Dempsey HOOPER who died
in 1834.  She would be the sister of Samuel, Wylie, and Rigdon HOOPER.

I believe that Mary L. HOOPER's first marriage was to Peter STOLTZ.  So, any and all help will be appreciated and I will swap information on any of these families with interested researchers.

Thanks, Verdaine
 

(Q253)  01 Sep 2002 - Emily Adams Matthews

Surnames:  KITTLE   MOORE

My lines are ;
Kittle and Moore with related lines ;
Bruner, McCullough, Earnest, Brown, Stroud,  Lewis, Shelton, Wilson, Gaskill,  Phillips and maybe a few Matthews and Trotters thrown in from the Mt. Vernon area in Jefferson co.

Got to give it to these people, they sure were prolific.  More relatives than you can shake out of a tree !!!
 

(Q252)  01 Sep 2002 - Theresa Kingsley

Surnames: COCHRAN  CORNSTUBBLE  McCONNAUGHHAY

Thomas Cochran b. 1795 MD, Greenbrier Cornstubble b. 1828 IL, son of Stephen Constable b 1788 MD  Frank McConnaughhay b. Apr 1852 IL Grandson of William and Amariah oor Mcconnaughhay and son of Mary (Polly) McConnaughhay Cornstubble.

Benjamin Franklin Scott b 1846 IL (son of John T. Scott) m. Mahulda arrison d. of Isaac Garrison, son of Samuel Garrison. Both buried at arrison Temple Cemetery.
 

(Q251)  28 Aug 2002 - DARLENE  HALL

Surnames: CORLEE  McTHOMPSON ROSE  TROTTER

The above -mentioned names are my line of "mysteries", at least as far as their forebearers are concerned.  I have BF McThompson, Sr. b. 1833 in Allen County, Kentucky, m. Eda Rigers, but where are they buried?  I have Joseph Corlee m. to Jane Thomason, where did they come from? I have conflicting information on their birthplace. Charlotte Rose was the first wife of BF  McThompson, Sr. and mother of his first 3 children.  Who was she?  I do have a reference of a Charlotte Rose being divorced sometime before she m. BF, may not be the same women. !!?  Any information would be appreciated.

Darlene Hall,
from the flatlands of Kansas.
 

(Q250)  11 Feb 2002 - Carolynn Branch

Surnames: BRANCH  BOGGS  BRYANT  SMITH  STRIBLING  SMITH  WILLIAMS  WOODS

Looking for info. on descendants of Rev. Sam'l S BRANCH of Jeffersonville,
Wayne co, Illinois.  He was born 1801 died 1862.

Any info. will help.  Thank you.

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