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I find a Henry McCoy buried at Dallas Cemetery, which is in Marion County
McCoy, Henry W. 16 Mar 1824-28 Apr 1901 Margaret E. 6 Oct 1836-17 Jan 1924.
Graceland Cemetery, Marion Co., IA
McCOy, Charles 27 Apr 1878-4Dec 1964; Ida Mae wf of CL 8 Mar 1880=12
Nov. 1906; Charles L. Jr. 3 Dec 1910-26 May 1946; Harry, son 23 Jun
1885-24 May 1910; Belle 21 May 1867-5Jun 1910; Harry & Belle no last
Nmes H.D. 3 Jun 1839-22 Sep 1927; Martha A., wf 16 Mar 1849- 2 Mar 1937
I am connected to the McCoy by marriage. If you are interested, I could
give you some names of people that are relation to the McCoy's.
There as an article in the Marion County Genealogy Newsletter that
Capt. Henry Daniel McCoy lived around Knoxville and he married Martha
Ann Brady and they had 11 children, one of them was Cleta Genevieve born
23 Dec 1891. The burial at Graceland in the last line above is this
same Henry and Martha McCoy.
> Thanks kindly for you your look up assistance.
> For a Cleta Genevieve (McCoy) Miller
> a suggestion that she was buried at the Graceland Cemetery in
> Knoxville the 3rd of June 1964.
> Could you confirm that for me.
> She was a daughter of Captain Henry McCoy and his wife Martha.
> Does it show is she is buried close to her parents, or with a husband.
> Thanks again.
> farich(a)mchsi.com <mailto:email@example.com>
I have been lurking on the list nearly two months now. I am impressed with how
active this list is and all the help.
I have several Russell's who moved from Ohio [Belmont, Champaign and Morrow
Counties] who moved to IOWA and many to what I am told is a ghost town today,
Gosport, Marion County. Reading along the list I learned Gosport [marion
County]sort of lost its place in the world as new routes and newer
transportation were developed out west. My family all of them were farmers and
short of census records I have found little to no other sign of their existence.
My 3rd GG is Otho samuel Russell and here are his children. All lived in Iowa
after the Civil War. Otho died in Gosport and some of his children moved onto
Kansas and others stayed put.
1 Otho S. Russell was born July 22, 1832 in Belmont , Ohio3 and died March 28,
1868 in Gosport, Marion, Iowa. He married Sarah Ann White (alias "Sarah
Russell4", "Sarah Russell5") August 13, 1857 in Wayne, Ohio.
Other events in the life of Otho S. Russell
Residence : 1860 in Rush, Champaign, Ohio 6
Residence : Champaign County, OH 7
Children of Otho S. Russell and Sarah Ann White:
i. 2. Asbury Brownfield Russell was born 1858 in North Lewisbury, Ohio and died
December 25, 1922 in Goodland, Sherman Co, Kansas.
ii. 3. Levi Kirk Russell was born February 16, 1864 in North Lewisburg,
Champaign, Ohio and died 27 MAR in Nodaway County, Missouri.
iii. 4. William Wesley Russell was born February 18, 1868 in Marion Co., IA.
iv. 5. Jessie May Russell was born May 16, 1860 in North Lewisburg, Champaign,
Ohio and died 1920.
v. 6. Orpha Russell was born February 9, 1862 in North Lewisburg, Champaign Co,
Ohio and died 1925.
Otho had a brother Charles who served with him in the civil war and I am trying
to research where his family may have went in Marshall, Iowa.
Charles Russell was born June 14, 1835 in Belmont County, Ohio and died
September 1916 in Albion, Marshall County, Iowa. He married Ann Myra Evans .
Children of Charles Russell and Ann Myra Evans:
i. 2. Robert H. Russell was born About 1870 in Bloomington, McLean, Illinois.
ii. Mary E. Russell was born About 1860 and died July 1870 in Bloomington,
iii. 3. Alfred A. Russell was born About 1862 in Ohio.
iv. Minnie L. Russell1 was born About 18642.
v. Annie B. Russell was born About 1866.
vi. 4. Charles Russell was born About 1868.
vii. Grace Russell was born About 1876 in Illinois.
viii. Floyd Russell3 was born About 1878 in Iowa4.
If anyone can add to what I have shared here I would greatly appreciate it. Thank
you in advance.
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I am not a member of this list, by I am interested in learning more about a number of couples who came to Marion County, IA, in about 1851
(1) Jacob Payton and his wife, Catherine Dungan.
(2) David H. Hamilton and his wife, Jane Dungan. Jane died on January 29, 1883, at Otley,IA. Is it possible she would have an obituary which might show her connection to Catherine and Samuel Dungan?
(3) Sarah Payton and her husband Samuel Dungan. (Are the Dungans siblings?)
(4) John Ribble and his wife, Rufina Guthrie.
(5) Samuel Smith and his wife, Susannah Martin. (They ran into financial trouble and returned to Delaware County, IN.)
(6) Living neighbor to the above was one W. H. Moore. There were a lot of Moores in Delaware County, IN, so I am guessing he was also from Delaware County, IN. So what was his given name and the name of his wife?
(7) Rosannah Lowry was Samuel Dungan's first wife. They were married in Delaware County, IN. She is buried at the Price Cemetery.
Any bits and pieces received would be greatly appreciated.
MaryLu in Minnesota