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A while back someone asked about Pleasant Anderson. Here is an incomplete
(the newspaper is torn) article from the Blakesburg (Wapello, IA) Excelsior,
Thursday, Jan 8, 1925, page 1. Microfilm from State Historical Society of
"Here is an item that was taken from last week's Bloomfield Democrat "forty
years ago column:" "Ples. Anderson was lynched by a mob near Blakesburg.
He had been accused of the murder of Chris McAlister, robbery being the
alleged motive. Anderson had been tried and acquitted of the charge. About
fifty men and boys took him to the Prairie school house, held a lynch court,
and finally hanged him. Anderson protested until the last that he was
innocent. Among his last words were the following: "If there ever was a
breath of ....I am not the man ...McAlister, and I do not....a "
....indicates missing words because of torn paper.
Has anyone joined the list who is connected to the Lyman Park BATES family?
he was born in 1821 in Gallia Co. OH, and was in Marshall County, IL by 1840.
His parents were David Ward BATES, and Julia Tuttle MEADE, who was his second
wife.Lyman's wife was Zilpha Ann HAMMETT. By 1870 Lyman and Zilpha were in
Davis County, IA. Their children, all born in Marshall CO., Il, were Louisa,
Louis, Leah, Leslie, Lyneus, and Leilla Olive (she married Marshall GLENN in
West Grove on 6 Sept. 1876).
Leah married a Milton R. MORRIS, in Davis Co. and their children were:
Zilpha, Taylor, and Ralph. I would be most happy to meet someone from the
Morris line, and compare notes.
A while back I received an email from a Mildred Prather on this list
concerning the Mowery family of Davis Co. IA. Her ancestor was William
N. Mowery b. 1851 in Kentucky and wife Mary Frances Ward. Could someone
please send me her new email address if it is known???
Working on the Mowery/Mowre/Mowry/Mowrey family in Van Buren, Davis,
Jefferson counties, Iowa.
Lynn Clarke-Dallas, TX US
My business website: http://smallbusiness.freewebspace.com/
My genealogy website: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~clarke
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Sent: Friday, August 17, 2001 3:04 PM
Subject: [ILPIKE] Re: Somebody's Links, Vol. 3, No. 27
In a message dated 8/17/01 5:27:06 AM, jebrown(a)ecity.net writes:
<< o In an antique mall in Des Moines, Iowa, I found a few
pictures with names (many without names) which I purchased.
Anyone interested can have them for what I paid (.50 to $3) plus
postage. I will also be glad to send a scan.
1. Joan Marie RANDALL, Oct. 1962 -- about age 7, no location
2. Charlie SMITH -- circa early 1900s, male in 20s, Dawson,
3. Arther WILSON and Linnie WILSON (GILLETTE) -- teenagers --
4. Miss Nellie BRINKMAN, Mrs. Mary BRINKMAN, taken Oct. 9,
1917, Barry, Illinois -- on card sent to Mrs. Lena WATKINS,
5. Edwin Harvey and Louisa (THOMPSON) PORTER and Llewellyn
and Sadie. Photographer is Campion & Walfenden, Palace Photo
Studio, no location unless Palace is a place. Couple in late
20s, children circa ages 5 and 6, early 1900s.
6. Mrs. Lucy WATKINS with a man -- both about age 50, circa
1910. Photographer: Clauser Kros, Havana, Illinois.
7. Frank BERKEY family -- couple about 35-40, eight children
from toddler to teens, circa early 1900s -- formal portrait, no
photographer or place.
8. Uncle Sherman McCLURE, man in 20s, circa 1910. Name Ella
written on back. No place.
9. Snapshot of Mrs. WITTIE and Loyd. June 1, 1923. Boy about
age 12 on bicycle with woman standing beside him.
10. Snapshot of what appears to be a school group of older
teens circa 1920 -- no place given. Writing is small and my
interpretation may be inaccurate. Lloyd MULHOLLAND, Harold
STENEMATIS, Wayne MULHOLLAND, Ed WICKS, Clara BELL(?), Mable
ACKERMAN, Norma ROBERTS, Mary ASKEY, Margaret SCHULER, May
KENWORTHY, Beulah SHAFER, Opal COUCIER, Mildren ROBERTS, Gladys
FIGGINS. The name Edwin is written on the side.
11. Two large portraits which I did not buy, in large oval
frames: Mr. John W. SUTHERLAND 1824-1916 and Mrs. Eliz.
SUTHERLAND 1826-1916. Older -- probably taken late in their
lives. The portraits were marked $69 each. I made note of the
vendor number. Contact me for further information.
12. Also, in my mother's things, I found a studio portrait
8x10 of Virginia SHARPLES, age 16, September 21, 1940. The
SHARPLES family lived in Colfax, Iowa in the 1930s, moving to
California in the 1940s.
Joyce Brown jebrown(a)ecity.net >>
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In a message dated 8/12/01 4:01:12 PM Central Daylight Time,
<< 2 Henry Lawerence 1840 - b: October 01, 1840 in Bloomfield,
> Iowa ,<>>>>>>>>
A HENRY LAWERENCE was a Private enlisted August 30, 1861
Did it say where he inlisted or what Company he was in?
Thank you for replying.
Sorry, I guess I had a Senior moment there. <G>
Third Cavalry Company A
Have you visited the Genealogy Forum at Keyword Roots on AOL??????? IF
NOT you should there is a great bunch in the 3-I's group, Tuesday evening
at 9 p.m. eastern time.
There is a message board area for listing by State and also by Surname.
> << 2 Henry Lawerence 1840 - b: October 01, 1840 in Bloomfield,
> > Iowa ,<>>>>>>>>
> A HENRY LAWERENCE was a Private enlisted August 30, 1861
> Did it say where he inlisted or what Company he was in?
> Thank you for replying.
> God Bless
Is there some kind soul out there who would lookup a couple of my LAWRENCEs?
In particular Andrew J. LAWRENCE and Sara Agnes BENNETT. I sent for their
death certificates but Andrew died May 1880 and the state didn't start
keeping records until July 1880. Just my luck to miss by a couple of months.
They didn't send me Sarah's even thought she died in 1912. Both are buried in
the Stiles Cemetery. I am trying to find out the names of Sarah's parents. I
have sent this request so many times but, praying that someone will respond
to it this time..
Anything anyone can give me on these people would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks you for your time.
Descendants of Isaac Kronk Lawrence
1 Isaac Kronk Lawrence 1811 - 1890 b: August 31, 1811 in Beaver,
Pennsylvania d: September 19, 1890 in Schuyler, Schuyler, Missouri
... +Sarah R. Williams 1813 - 1860 b: Abt. 1813 in Indiana d: Aft. 1860
in Iowa or Missouri m: September 19, 1833 in Ripely, Indiana
.... 2 Joseph Lawrence 1835 - b: January 06, 1835 in Ripely, Pulaski,
.... 2 Lucinda Lawrence 1839 - b: January 21, 1839 in Bloomfield,
.... 2 Henry Lawerence 1840 - b: October 01, 1840 in Bloomfield, David,
.... 2 Andrew Jackson Lawrence ** 1844 - 1880 b: October 18, 1844 in
Bloomfield, Davis Iowa d: May 30, 1880 in Stiles, Davis, Iowa Burial:
Stiles Cemetery, Stiles, Davis, Iowa
......... +Sarah Agnes Bennett* 1842 - 1912 b: January 25, 1842 in
Davis County, Iowa d: October 24, 1912 in Stiles, Davis, Iowa m: August 30,
1863 Burial: Stiles Cemetery, Stiles, Davis, Iowa
.......... 3 Hannah Jane Lawrence 1865 - Unknown b: July 07, 1865 in
Bloomfield, Davis, Iowa d: Unknown in December 1938
............... +Thomas Preston
.......... 3 Daniel Webster Lawrence 1868 - 1941 b: September 05, 1868, in
Bloomfield, David, Iowa d: October 28, 1941
............... +Cassie Gordy
.......... 3 Mary Catherine Lawrence 1870 - 1947 b: March 22, 1870, in
Bloomfield, Davis, Iowa d: December 15, 1947, in Fairview, Major, Oklahoma
............... +never married
.......... 3 William Lawrence* 1874 - 1899 b: February 27, 1874, in Iowa
d: February 12, 1899, in Arkansas?
............... +Margaret Fox 1874 - b: September 23, 1874, in Stiles,
Davis, Iowa m: Unknown in Colorado
.......... 3 Sadie Iceline Lawrence 1876 - b: November 30, 1876, in
Bloomfield, Davis Iowa
............... +George Kerr 1872 - b: 1872
.......... 3 Hattie Musette Lawrence 1876 - b: November 30, 1876
............... +Roy Corrick m: February 28, 1897, in Iowa
.... 2 Sarah A. Lawrence 1844 - b: November 24, 1844, in Bloomfield,
.... 2 Mary A. Lawrence 1846 - b: December 27, 1846, in Bloomfield,
.... 2 Susan. Lawrence 1849 - b: July 17, 1849 in Bloomfield, David,
.... 2 Alexander Lawrence 1852 - b: May 31, 1852 in Bloomfield, David,
.... 2 Elias Lawrence 1855 - b: December 25, 1855 in Bloomfield,
.... 2 Adam Lawrence 1857 - b: December 23, 1857 in Bloomfield,
On the 1850 census a Wm. Stamper lived in Salt Creek Twnshp, Davis Co. listed on pg 231 and a Wm. B. Stamper that lived in Dist. 13, Wapello Co. listed on pg 436. The 1852 State census lists a Wm. B. in Cedar Twnshp in Mahaska Co. listed on page 5 (possibly the same Wm. B.?) Could someone give me any other family member's names, all ages and places of birth. One of these could be a gg grandfather and this could crumble a brick wall for me.
Thanks for any help and time spent.
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