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101 1860 Census Johnson Co., IN
Mcfadden, Cornelius Hensley Twp 554 
McFadden, Cornelius (P1765)
 
102 1860 census Randolph Co., IN Stony Creek Twp. Windsor Post Office Roll 292, Book 1, Page 651
Joel Wooten 38, Farmer, IN
Elizabeth 28, IN
Lewis 11
Clarinda 5
Eliza (Elza) 2
Louisa 3/12

1870 census Bk 1, pg 515a West Rvr Twp., Randolph Co., IN
Joel Wooten ,47, blacksmith, OH
Elizabeth 38, Keep house, brn VA
Clarinda 14, IN
Elza, 12 M
Louisa 10,
Ester M, 7 F
Willy B, 6

1880 Census: Monroe Twp. Randolph Co., IN
Enumeration Dist. No. 164. Enumerated 6/10/1880

Kelley, Anderdon whitte/male/27/married/laborer/b. IN
Clarinda white/female/24/wife/married/keeping house/b. IN/father. b. IN/mother. b. VA
Davis, Henry E. white/male/4/stepson/b. IN/father b. OH/mother b IN
Joel L. white/male/2/stepson/b. IN/father b. OH/mother b. IN
Kelley, Jasper white/male/20/brother/single/laborer/b. IN 
Wooten, Clarinda (P76)
 
103 1860 census Randolph Co., IN Stony Creek Twp. Windsor Post Office Roll 292, Book 1, Page 651
Joel Wooten 38, Farmer, IN
Elizabeth 28, IN
Lewis 11
Clarinda 5
Eliza (Elza) 2
Louisa 3/12

1870 census Bk 1, pg 515a West Rvr Twp., Randolph Co., IN
Joel Wooten ,47, blacksmith, OH
Elizabeth 38, Keep house, brn VA
Clarinda 14, IN
Elza, 12 M
Louisa 10,
Ester M, 7 F
Willy B, 6

1880 census (Randolph Co.,IN?)(Provided by David Waid via Rootsweb message list)
Joel WOOTON Self M Male W 57 IN Labor ENG IN
Elizbeth V. WOOTON Wife M Female W 49 VA Keeping House VA VA
Lewis WOOTON Son S Male W 30 OH Labor IN OH
Louisa DAVIS Dau M Female W 20 IN At Home IN VA
Martha E. WOOTON Dau S Female W 6 IN IN VA 
Wooten, Joel (P90)
 
104 1860 Census Shawswick Twp., Lawrence Co., IN Pg 95
George Reuter 35 m Butcher Germany
Emaline 35 f IN
William 10 m IN
Charles 8 m IN
Henry 6 m IN
??? 4 f IN
Phillip 1 m IN
Mike Leifert 45 m Butcher Germany 
Reuter, John George (P955)
 
105 1860 Census shows him living with the W. Queen family and lists his occupation as "Serving". Ewing, Jasper L. (P2535)
 
106 1860 IN Grant Co Fairmont tsp
David Smithson 60 farmer NC
Betty Smithson 45 OH (is Betty a 2nd wife?)
John Smithson 34 carpenter IN
Isaac Smithson 18 IN
Hannah Smithson 16 IN
Margaret Smithson 13 IN
Seth Smithson 11 IN
Nancy Smithson 8 IN
Adaline Smithson 5 IN
Manerva Smithson 3 IN
Silverter Smithson 2 IN
Jonathan Smithson 20 farm laborer IN 
Williams, Betty (P2964)
 
107 1860 IN Grant Co Fairmont tsp
David Smithson 60 farmer NC
Betty Smithson 45 OH (is Betty a 2nd wife?)
John Smithson 34 carpenter IN
Isaac Smithson 18 IN
Hannah Smithson 16 IN
Margaret Smithson 13 IN
Seth Smithson 11 IN
Nancy Smithson 8 IN
Adaline Smithson 5 IN
Manerva Smithson 3 IN
Silverter Smithson 2 IN
Jonathan Smithson 20 farm laborer IN 
Smithson, David (P3147)
 
108 1870 Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN
Pg 3 Date 8/1870

Watson, Joel, 44,m,w, Farmer, b. KY
----------- Sara J., 43,f,w, keeping house, b. NC
----------- Henry, 15,m,w, at home, b. IN
----------- George W., 13,m,w, at home, b. IN
----------- Sara A., 8,f,w,at home, b. IN
----------- James, 5,m,w, at home, b. IN
----------- William, 2,m,w, at home, b. IN 
Watson, Joel (P1433)
 
109 1870 Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN
Watson, Thornton, 46,m,w, Farmer, b. KY
------------ Elizabeth, 40,f,w, keeping house, b. NC
------------ Mary E., 18,f,w, at home, b. IN
----------- Elizabeth, 11,f,w, at home, b. IN
----------- Charles L., 4,m,w, at home, b. IN (my gg-grandfather)
Southern, Nancy, 65,f,w, at home, b. NC
-------------- Noevell(?? Census image hard to read this name) 21,m,w, Farmer, b. IN 
Heath, Nancy (P1431)
 
110 1870 Census: Randolph Co., White River Twp., IN 559A

Lewis 39 Farmer b. IN
Lydia 31 b. IN
Anderson 16 b. IN
Margaret 14 b. IN
Jasper 10 b. IN
Elfa 4 b. IN
Emma 2 b. IN
_________________________ 
Lykins, Lydia Ann (P83)
 
111 1870 Census: Randolph Co., White River Twp., IN 559A

Lewis 39 Farmer b. IN
Lydia 31 b. IN
Anderson 16 b. IN
Margaret 14 b. IN
Jasper 10 b. IN
Elfa 4 b. IN
Emma 2 b. IN
_________________________ 
Kelley, Lewis (P84)
 
112 1870 IN Grant Co Fairmont tsp
Woolen Edward 22 farmer IN married in Feb
Woolen Adaline 15 keeps house IN married in Feb

1880 IN Grant Co Paramont tsp
Woolen Edward 33 farmer IN MD MD
Woolen Adaline 25 wife keeping house IN NC NC
Woolen Glendora 9 dau IN IN IN
Woolen Lilly 5 dau IN IN IN
Woolen David 3 son IN IN IN
Woolen Luther 1 son IN IN IN 
Woolen, Edward (P3149)
 
113 1870 IN Grant Co Fairmont tsp
Woolen Edward 22 farmer IN married in Feb
Woolen Adaline 15 keeps house IN married in Feb 
Smithson, Adeline (P3148)
 
114 1880 Census Marshall Twp. Lawrence Co., IN

Holden, Benj. S. w,m,62, farmer, b. NC, both parents b. NC
---------- Elizabeth, w,f,50,wife, keeping house, b. NC, father b. VA, mother b. NC
---------- George, w,m,18, son, works on farm, b. IN, father b. NC, mother b. IN
Watson, Charles, w,m,14, step son, works on farm, b. IN ,father b. KY, mother b. NC

1890 Ccensus destroyed by fire.

1900 Federal Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN
ED 70 date 6/11/1900

Watson, Charles Feb 1866 34 IN KY NC
Epsie Feb 1872 28 IN IN NC
Claud June 1890 IN IN IN
Franklin Feb 1892 IN IN IN
Ralph July 1895 IN IN IN
Minnie Sep 1898 IN IN IN
Holden, Elizabeth mother July 1828 NC NC NC 
Watson, Charles L. (P949)
 
115 1880 Census: Monroe Twp. andolph Co., IN
Enumeration Dist. No. 164. Enumerated 6/10/1880

Kelley, Anderdon whitte/male/27/married/laborer/b. IN
Clarinda white/female/24/wife/married/keeping house/b. IN/father. b. IN/mother. b. VA
Davis, Henry E. white/male/4/stepson/b. IN/father b. OH/mother b IN
Joel L. white/male/2/stepson/b. IN/father b. OH/mother b. IN
Kelley, Jasper white/male/20/brother/single/laborer/b. IN


Jasper Kelley is listed on the WPA Death Index for Kosciusko Co., IN with a death date of 5/27/1916. Other records say 5/22/1916.

Census Microfilm Records: Indiana, 1910
Age: 50
Gender: M
Race: W
Birthplace: IN
State: Indiana
County: KOSCIUSKO
Locale: 1-WD WARSAW
Series: T624
Roll: 357
Part: 2
Page: 188A 
Kelley, Jasper (P96)
 
116 1880 Census: Monroe Twp. andolph Co., IN
Enumeration Dist. No. 164. Enumerated 6/10/1880

Kelley, Anderson whitte/male/27/married/laborer/b. IN
Clarinda white/female/24/wife/married/keeping house/b. IN/father. b. IN/mother. b. VA
Davis, Henry E. white/male/4/stepson/b. IN/father b. OH/mother b IN
Joel L. white/male/2/stepson/b. IN/father b. OH/mother b. IN
Kelley, Jasper white/male/20/brother/single/laborer/b. IN 
Kelley, Anderson (P77)
 
117 1880 Federal Census Liberty Twp., Delaware Co., IN
Puntney, James w, m, 38, farmer, OH, KY, PA
Puntney, Mollie A., w, f, 38, wife, keeping house, IN, VA, VA
Punteny, Minnie M., w, f, 13, daughter, IN, OH, OH
Puntney, Willie S., w, m, 8, son, IN, OH, IN
Williams, Rhoda, w, f, 76, mother, boarder, PA, Ireland, Ireland  
Puntney, James M. (P3638)
 
118 1880 Federal Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN
PG 12 ED 10 Date: 6/7/1880

Judah, Israel w m 36 Laborer IN KY IN
Lutitia w f 29 wife keeping house NC NC NC
Epsa w f 8 dau IN IN NC
Florezella w f 6 3/4 dau IN IN NC
Ada w f 5 dau IN IN NC
Lusty w f 2 6/12 dau IN IN NC
Judah, John W. w m 72 father farmer KY VA VA 
Judah, Israel (P1423)
 
119 1880 Federal Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN
PG 12 ED 10 Date: 6/7/1880

Judah, Israel w m 36 Laborer IN KY IN
Lutitia w f 29 wife keeping house NC NC NC
Epse w f 8 dau IN IN NC
Florezella w f 6 3/4 dau IN IN NC
Ada w f 5 dau IN IN NC
Lusty w f 2 6/12 dau IN IN NC
Judah, John W. w m 72 father farmer KY VA VA
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1900 Federal Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN
ED 70 date 6/11/1900

Watson, Charles Feb 1866 34 IN KY NC
Epsie Feb 1872 28 IN IN NC
Claud June 1890 IN IN IN
Franklin Feb 1892 IN IN IN
Ralph July 1895 IN IN IN
Minnie Sep 1898 IN IN IN
Holden, Elizabeth mother July 1828 NC NC NC 
Judah, Epsie (P948)
 
120 1920 Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN
ED 120 Sheet number 5A
Jan 23, 1920

Watson, James head1 54
Franie dau 25
Otis son 23
Allie sister 57
Watson, Noble B. head2 21
Bernice wife 21  
Watson, Sara Allie (P1441)
 
121 1920 Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN
ED 120 Sheet number 5A
Jan 23, 1920

Watson, James head1 54
Franie dau 25
Otis son 23
Allie sister 57
Watson, Noble B. head2 21
Bernice wife 21  
Watson, James (P1442)
 
122 1920 Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN
ED 120 Sheet number 5A
Jan 23, 1920

Watson, James head1 54
Franie dau 25
Otis son 23
Allie sister 57
Watson, Noble B. head2 21
Bernice wife 21  
Watson, Noble Barton (P1462)
 
123 1920 Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN Pg 8B 1/14/1920 ED 121
Reuter, Henry A. 65
Lana J. 54 
Reuter, Henry A. (P951)
 
124 1920 Census Marshall Twp., Lawrence Co., IN Pg 8B 1/14/1920 ED 121
Watson, Claude 28
Lottie 27
Chloe 10
Gale 7 11/12
Gertrude 3 11/12

1930 Census Marshall twp, Lawrence Co., IN

Watson, Claude Age: 39 Birthplace: Indiana laborer- stone quary
Lottie 39
Gail 17
Gertrude 14
Mary 6
Elizabeth 2 11/12 
Watson, Claude Henry (P50)
 
125 1930 Federal Census
Name: Jessie L Manzenberger
Age: 2
Estimated birth year: abt 1928
Relation to head-of-house: Son
Home in 1930: Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana

Manzenberger - Jerry L. Manzenberger of Bradenton, FL, formerly of Bedford, IN, died Saturday, November 2, 2002, at Surrey Place Nursing Home in Bradenton. Born on February 4, 1928, in Bedford, IN, he was the son of Leo and Mary (Hatfield) Manzenberger. He married Ann Mascio on April 30, 1949, and she survives.

Surviving with his wife are one son, Paul Manzenberger and wife, Gloria, of Bradenton, FL; and one grandson, Randy Manzenberger of Bradenton, FL.

He was a tool and die maker, having worked for GM Powertrain in Bedford, later at American Beryllium in Sarasota, FL, and retiring in 1990. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of W.W. II. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Bradenton, FL.

There will be graveside services for Jerry Manzenberger at 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 6th, at Cresthaven Memory Gardens Mausoleum in Bedford with Pastor Curtis Hurley officiating. Friends may call from 1-2:30 p.m. Wednesday at Ferguson-Lee Funeral Home. 
Manzenberger, Jerry Lee (P1577)
 
126 1930 Federal Census
Name: Mary J Manzenberger
Age: 25
Estimated birth year: abt 1905
Relation to head-of-house: Wife
Home in 1930: Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana 
Hatfield, Mary Jane (P1576)
 
127 1930 Federal Census
Name: Leo Manzenberger
Age: 33
Estimated birth year: abt 1897
Birthplace: Indiana
Relation to head-of-house: Head
Race: White
Home in 1930: Bedford, Lawrence, Indiana 
Manzenberger, Leo Albert (P35)
 
128 1930 St. Louis Census - Sisters of St. Francis
Manzenberger, Rose V. Inmate F W 35 S IN Germany Germany Teacher  
Manzenberger, Catherine Grace (P33)
 
129 1994 Anderson, Madison Co., IN Phone Directory listing:
Name: JOE MANZENBERGER
Address: 219 W 38TH ST
City: ANDERSON
State: IN
Zipcode: 46013
Phone: (317) 642-8695
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Indianapolis Star, The (IN) - August 22, 1999

JOSEPH K. MANZENBERGER, 87, Middletown, formerly of Anderson, died Aug. 20. He was a tool grinder 37 years for Delco Remy Division of General Motors Corp., Anderson, retiring in 1978. He was a member of Meadowbrook Baptist Church, Anderson, and Mount Moriah Masonic Lodge. Services: 10 a.m. Aug. 24 in Robert D. Loose Funeral Home, South Chapel, Anderson, with calling from 3 to 7 p.m. Aug. 23. Burial: Anderson Memorial Park Cemetery. He was the widower of Dorothy Gale Watson Manzenberger. Survivors: son Neil W. Manzenberger sisters Helen Reuter, Catherine Covey, Angie Sego, Mildred Deckard, Luella Clampitt, Alpha Mae McKnight, Mary Jane Moses brother Frank Manzenberger two grandchildren four great-grandchildren. 
Manzenberger, Joseph Kelsey (P7)
 
130 A Community Servant
Originally printed in the Muncie Star, March 19, 1963

Dr. Lloyd C. Marshall, Mt. Summit's beloved physician and leading citizen, is dead at the age of 75.

The "country doctor" in the fullest sense of the word, Dr. Marshall served the people of Mt. Summit and a much wider territory for 50 years. As a young man of 25 he began practice in his native county and for the rest of his life devoted himself to the profession.

In an interview some years ago Dr. Marshall disclosed he had traveled by horse and buggy, had used seven Model T Fords and an assortment of other cars in carrying on his practice. During World War II when physicians were scarce on the home front he covered a much wider territory and on one trip traveled 140 miles. Just this winter during the bitterly cold weather Dr. Marshall recalled the severe winter of 1935-36. On the coldest day of that period he delivered three babies, all of them in homes.

A farm boy, Dr. Marshall was born near Blountsville, was graduated from Blountsville High School and went on to Indiana University for his A.B. and M.D. degrees. After a year's internship at an Indianapolis hospital he established practice in Mt. Summit in 1913. Two years later he married a young nurse, Miss Bernice Hoy, whom he had met while he was interning. He and Mrs. Marshall reared their family of four in Mt. Summit.

In 1954 when the people of the community celebrated the town's one hundredth anniversary they dedicated the centennial booklet to Dr. Marshall who " for nearly half century has unselfishly ministered to the bodies and spirits of most of our citizens."

"He has been physician, advisor and friend to hundreds, and as a man he has been forthright example to all," the booklet said.

Such a tribute from his friends and fellow citizens, people who had known him many years, well summed up the good life and dedicated services of a man who prided himself on being a country doctor. 
Marshall, Lloyd (P1547)
 
131 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Manzenberger, Alice Louise (P1587)
 
132 A twin. Williams, Priscilla (P653)
 
133 A twin. Williams, Mary (P654)
 
134 Abraham J. Current, son of James and Margaret Current, was born in West Virginia in 1812. He received a limited education in his native State and at the age of twenty-four years accompanied his parents to Henry County, Ind., and helped his father clear the farm where he now resides, owning 170 acres of well-improved land. He was married in 1833 to Elizabeth, daughter of Jeremiah Lake, and to them were born seven children - Jeremiah, Mary E., James W., Peter J., Rebecca, Emily and Thomas J. Politically Mr. Current is a Democrat. His father was born in 1773 in West Virginia, and was married in 1796. He removed to Henry County, Ind., in 1836, where he bought a farm of 120 acres which he cleared, remaining on it till his death in 1845 at the age of seventy-five years. His wife died Jan. 22, 1876, aged ninety-seven years. They were the parents of eight children, four now living - James, Abraham J., William and Nancy. Peter, Ellen, John and Mary are deceased.


From the History of Henry County, Indiana. Chicago: Inter-State Publishing Co. 1884.
Stony Creek Township.
Page 845 and 846.  
Current, Abraham J. (P1999)
 
135 Abraham Lennington Jr. and Elizabeth "Betsey" Murray, were first cousins. Their mothers, Elizabeth (Bole/Boles) Lennington and Mary (Bole/Boles) Murray, were sisters.

Not much is known about Abraham Jr. and Elizabeth "Betsey" except for the fact that, Abraham Lennington Jr. was the first to open a hotel in Blountsville in 1834, and his brother, James Lennington opened the first store in Blountsville probably around the same time.

Judging from this information, it is assumed that Abraham Jr. and Elizabeth "Betsey" had a bright future in Henry Co. But their full potential was not be be realized due to their tragic deaths in 1842. Even sadder were the circumstances surrounding their deaths.

Sometime on Valentine's Day, 14 Feb. 1842, Abraham Lennington Jr. laced an apple with Arsenic and in some manner made sure that Elizabeth "Betsey" ate it, resulting in her death. He murdered his wife of 8 years, because he desired to marry a servant girl who's name to this day, remains a mystery.

It did not take long for the crime to be discovered and Abraham Jr. was the prime suspect. In desperation, he fled to Kentucky but his freedom was short lived, as he was apprehended not long after he arrived there.

He was being transported back to Indiana to face the consequences of his evil deed on a riverboat. The exact date is not known except that it was sometime after Feb. 14, 1842. While on the riverboat, which was crossing the Ohio River, Abraham Lennington Jr. committed suicide by throwing himself over the wheel.

At this time, it appears there were no children born of the union between Abraham Jr. and Elizabeth "Betsey" (Murray) Lennington. 
Lennington, Abraham Jr. (P549)
 
136 Abraham Lennington Jr. and Elizabeth "Betsey" Murray, were first cousins. Their mothers, Elizabeth (Bole/Boles) Lennington and Mary (Bole/Boles) Murray, were sisters.

Not much is known about Abraham Jr. and Elizabeth "Betsey" except for the fact that, Abraham Lennington Jr. was the first to open a hotel in Blountsville in 1834, and his brother, James Lennington opened the first store in Blountsville probably around the same time.

Judging from this information, it is assumed that Abraham Jr. and Elizabeth "Betsey" had a bright future in Henry Co. But their full potential was not be be realized due to their tragic deaths in 1842. Even sadder were the circumstances surrounding their deaths.

Sometime on Valentine's Day, 14 Feb. 1842, Abraham Lennington Jr. laced an apple with Arsenic and in some manner made sure that Elizabeth "Betsey" ate it, resulting in her death. He murdered his wife of 8 years, because he desired to marry a servant girl who's name to this day, remains a mystery.

It did not take long for the crime to be discovered and Abraham Jr. was the prime suspect. In desperation, he fled to Kentucky but his freedom was short lived, as he was apprehended not long after he arrived there.

He was being transported back to Indiana to face the consequences of his evil deed on a riverboat. The exact date is not known except that it was sometime after Feb. 14, 1842. While on the riverboat, which was crossing the Ohio River, Abraham Lennington Jr. committed suicide by throwing himself over the wheel.

At this time, it appears there were no children born of the union between Abraham Jr. and Elizabeth "Betsey" (Murray) Lennington.
Source: www.rootsweb.com/~inhenry/wmsr2.html 
Murray, Elizabeth (P756)
 
137 Adopted. Mansfield, UFN2 (P2714)
 
138 Age at Death: 49 Manzenberger, Francis Xavier (P32)
 
139 Age at Death: 57 Manzenberger, John E. (P1574)
 
140 Age at Death: 67 Burch, Marshall Dunkin (P252)
 
141 Age at Death: 78 Manzenberger, Mary Jane (P22)
 
142 Age: 1 Manzenberger, Lena Helen (P34)
 
143 Age: 100 Manzenberger, Catherine Grace (P33)
 
144 Age: 31 Burch, Thomas (P256)
 
145 Age: 42 Judah, Samuel N. (P1502)
 
146 Age: 43 Burch, Howard Leland Sr. (P69)
 
147 Age: 47 Manzenberger, John (P14)
 
148 Age: 55 Burch, Thomas Clay (P51)
 
149 Age: 57 Boni, Anna (P1507)
 
150 Age: 59 Dunkin, John (P377)
 

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