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The following information is taken from a letter I received four years ago
from Mary Lou Stufflebeam (Mrs. Richard Stufflebeam), then a long-time
resident of Fox River Twp., Davis County, Iowa.
Jacob and Elizabeth Keziah Stufflebeam.
Jacob, b. 1794, Columbia, NY; d. 4/9/1858 [Davis Co., Ia]
Elizabeth Keziah, b. 1803; d. unknown [last appeared in 1860 Census]
The family removed from Ohio to Burlington, Ia., and then to Davis Co., Ia.,
Children of Jacob and Elizabeth Keziah:
1. Sylvester [no dates given -- see my comments below on Child #9]
2. Pheobe, b. 1823; m. Randolph Holcomb.
3. Elizabeth, b. 1826; m. Thomas Downing -- 2 ch. Elizabeth and James.
4. Elias, b. 1828; m. Rachel Patterson.
5. Martin Henry, b. 12/10/1830; d. 8/24/1922; m. Nancy Jane Childers
Hopkins;, b. 11/13/1827; d. 5/16/1926. Martin Henry Stufflebeam was listed
as "Henry" in the 1850 & 1860 Census returns for Davis Co., Ia. [See below
for children of Martin Henry and Nancy.]
6. Mary F., b. 1833; m. John B. Paris, Jr. [He was the brother of my Great
Grandmother, Jensy W.]
7. Jacob Vinson or Vincent, b. 1837; m. Ellen Good; 2nd wife Lucy Riley.
8. Bryson or Bricen, b. 1840, d. 1905; m. Martha Buttery.
9. Isaac, b. 1847; m. Lucetta Paris, b. 1852. [In the 1850 Census he is
named "Isaac", age 3; in the 1860 Census he is named "Sylvester", age 13. I
believe this may be child number 1, for which Mary Lou had no information
other than a name.]
The children for #5, Martin Henry Stufflebeam and Nancy Jane Childers Hopkins:
5-1, John, b. 1862, d. 1954; m. Ella (?), b. 1862, d. 1930.
5-2, Elizabeth Lucrieta, b. 1864, d. 1957; m. Eli Swaim, b. 1863, d. 1927.
5-3, Bricen or Bryson Greenbury, b. 1869, d. 1906; m. Lucinda Del McFarland,
b. 6/11/1880, d. 9/10/1913.
The six children of Bricen/Bryson Greenbury Stufflebeam and Lucinda Del
McFarland were named: Thurlo; Bertha; Melissa Jane; Lester; Robert; and
[Lucinda Del McFarland, above, may actually be Lucinda Della McFarling]
I am looking for information about the following people from Davis County.
I appreciate any help I can get to find relatives, personal information,
etc. If anyone else is researching this line, I have a lot of information
about ancestors that I would be happy to share.
Joseph Sloan b. abt.1823, Meigs Cty, Ohio, d. aft. 1870,
Lick Creek Twnship. m. Phebe Parkes on12/28/1847
Athens Co., Ohio she was born abt. 1830 in Ohio and
d. aft. 1870 in Lick Creek Twnship
Albert Sloan b. 4/16/1850 in Meigs Cty, OH, d. aft. 1908
Lick Creek Twnship; m. Margaret Jones in 1873 in Iowa
She was b.8/9/1846 in Bushnell, IL, d. 3/9/1926 in Chicago.
Charles Wesley Sloan b. March 1884, Fish Creek Twnship
d. 1936, Walker, MN. m. Edna Viola Burdick who was
b. 1884 in Goodwin, S.D., d. 2/16/1962 in Moose Lake, MN
Don, if you find that letter, can you look for another Bryson Stufflebeam,
b. 1869, married Lucinda Della McFarling in 1893. He may have been Bryson
Greenbury Stufflebeam. His parents were Martin Henry Stufflebeams b. Oh 1831
and Nancy Jane Childress,b. 13 Nov 1827 Knox Co, TN. This Bryson falls
right in the middle of the the 1841 and the 1882 William Bryson. Your
letter may help both Nancy John and myself! Thanks for looking. Dar at
Nancy John, I have a possible lead.
Jacob Stufflebeam, b. 1794
m. Keziah (?), b. 1803
Elias, b. 1828
Henry, b. 1831
Mary F. , b. 1833
m. John B. Paris, Jr., b. 1821
Vinson, b. 1837
Bryson, b. 1841
Isaac, b. 1845
Jane, b. 1847
My guess is that the Bryson (b. 1841) could be the father of your William
Bryson Stufflebeam (b. 1882) -- or else an Uncle.
I am related to Ransom H. Wooden who married a Paris girl (a sister to John
B. Paris, Jr) in Missouri and then removed to Davis County, Fox River Twp.,
Iowa, in 1851 and lived there until about 1872. They were neighbors with the
Stufflebeam family in that latter location. There is today a Stufflebeam
still living on their original site. I corresponded with her a number of
years ago. I will look for her letter -- in it, as I recall, she spelled out
the Stufflebeams as far back as she knew it (she married into that family,
but kept quite good records). I hope I can find it.
Does anyone know of the existence of a photo of the Fox River Baptist
church which was located at the cemetery near (I think a mile or two
north) of West Grove where the Hockersmiths and Coons are buried? also
looking for a photo of Oak Hill Baptist church, near Mark.
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Willian Bryson Stufflebeam b 29 July 1882 married Olive [Ollie] Pottorff
on 14 Nov 1905 She is the daughter of George Lemon Pottorff.
Who are the parents and grandparents of William Bryson Stufflebeam ?
Thanks for your help.
Charles A. Hazlewood married Clarissa Marrian Johnson 17 March 1892 in Bloomfield, Davis co, Iowa. Their children were all born in Davis Co; these were Newton b. 1893, Bernard b. 1896, and Charles H. Hazlewood b. 1899. The elder Charles Hazlewood was b. Jan 1868 in Iowa. When did he die and where is he buried? Clarissa was born 18 Nov 1872 in Davis Co., the dau of Newton Springer Johnson and Girleena Jones. When did she die and where is she buried?
Thank you, Kathleen Rizer
I am looking for any information on the Fultz family line. My grandmother
was: Esther/Ester Louise Fultz b. 11/14/1917 in Bloomfield, IA. She had 2
sisters that I am aware of Peggy and Ruth.
Peggy married Glenn Smith
Ruth married to the name of Hunt and had a daughter by the name of Betty who
married to the name of Brooker.
If there is anyone out there with information please let me know.
I am looking for some Family history that brings me to Bloomfield,
Iowa as well as other areas in Iowa. The family that I am interested in
would be the "Fultz" family. This is my grandmothers side of the family.
The only information that I have is the following:
Esther Louise Fultz b. 11/14/1917 in Bloomfield, Iowa (my
Grandmother) later married Edwin Haley Lee of Ottumwa, Iowa
They had one child Gary Edwin Lee b. 05/05/1939 (my father)
Peggy Fultz - later married Glenn Smith (Esther's sister)
Ruth Fultz - later married with last name Hunt (Esther's
Betty was Ruth's daughter - later married with last
If there is anyone with information out there about this family I would
greatly appreciate the sharing your knowledge.
Thanks in advance,
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