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151 Age: 60 Templin, John Henry (P265)
152 Age: 63 Kern, Louisa (P26)
153 Age: 63 Dunkin, Rachel (P389)
154 Age: 65 Jennings, Elizabeth (P1503)
155 Age: 69 Wooten, Lavina R. (P1225)
156 Age: 70 Wickersham, Thomas (P1168)
157 Age: 71 Dunkin, Peter (P395)
158 Age: 72 Manzenberger, John Francis (P13)
159 Age: 73 Manzenberger, Joseph Michael (P31)
160 Age: 73 Judy, Martin III (P1538)
161 Age: 74 Manzenberger, Rudolph Henry Jr. (P1584)
162 Age: 75 Sunderland, Elizabeth (P378)
163 Age: 75 Dunkin, Benjamin (P390)
164 Age: 75 Dunkin, Richard (P396)
165 Age: 75 Tschudi, Martin II (P1506)
166 Age: 76 Templin, Samuel Vannote (P301)
167 Age: 77 Burch, John M. (P259)
168 Age: 82 Moore, William Anderson (P847)
169 Age: 86 Moore, David Elder (P415)
170 Age: 88 Jennings, Israel (P1516)
171 Alford L. Murray was a veteran of the Civil War. He served in Indianapolis and was discharged in June 1865.  Murray, Alford L. (P773)
172 Also: Nichols Nickless, Angeline (P48)
173 Alternate birth date 1815.
Lennington, Samuel (P554)
174 Alternate death date 1870.
Lennington, William (P548)
175 An Elizabeth Dunkin is shown marrying a James N. Ferguson on 6/29/1854 in Carroll Co., IN. It is unknown if this is the same Elizabeth.

Dunkin, Elizabeth (P2462)
176 Anneda Mae Geyman, 74

MUNCIE - Anneda Mae Geyman, age 74, passed away Friday, September 15, 2006 at her residence following an extended illness.

She was born May 20, 1932 in Muncie, IN.

She was a member of Union Chapel Church.

Annedawas was employed by Ball State University in food services for 15 years.

She is survived by her 4 children, Terri Parkison of LaPorte, IN, Linda (husband, Jack) Stephens of Muncie, David (wife, Elaine) Geyman, and Rosie (husband, Niel) Manzenberger, both of Cornville, AZ; 2 sisters, Martha Tomlinson and Betty Brown, both of Muncie; 10 grandchildren; 32 great grandchildren; and 1 great great grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Edgar J. Geyman; parents, Carl Edward and Maud Anna (Reynolds) Soules; 3 brothers, Frank Reynolds, Clarence Soules, and Merl Soules; 2 sisters, Anna Marie Dinkins, and Dorothy Thomas.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 20, 2006 at Elm Ridge Funeral Home with Rev. Glenn Greiner officiating.

Visitation will be from 4:00-8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 19, 2006 at the funeral home.

Burial will follow at Elm Ridge Memorial Park.

Memorial contributions may be made to Southern Care Hospice.
-Muncie Star-Press 
Soules, Anneda Mae (P3919)
177 April 23,2003
Carroll County, Indiana, Comet
Looking Back
100 years Ago.

Lon Overholser, the Darwin "Lojoie" and undisputed authority on matters pertaining to baseball says it is really the oldest game in existence and submits the following to show how the game was played in Biblical Days:

Eve stole first, Adam stole second. When Isaac met Rebecca she was walking with a pitcher. Samson "chopped" out a good many when he beat the Philistines. Moses made his first run when he slew the Egyptian. Cain made a base hit when he slew Abel. Abraham made a sacrifice. The prodigal son made a home run. David was a long-distance thrower. Moses shut out the Egyptians at the Red Sea...... 
Overholser, William Elonzo (P2633)
178 Arrived in Bedford, Lawrence Co., IN in 1886

Name: Louisa Manzenberger
Age in 1910: 46
Estimated birth year: 1863
Home in 1910: 3-WD BEDFORD, LAWRENCE, Indiana
Race: White
Gender: Female
Series: T624
Roll: 364
Part: 2
Page: 108B
Year: 1910 
Kern, Louisa (P26)
179 At head of title: 1789. Source (S-2125354205)


Was the Death Of Francis Marion Nichols At Home Near Coxton Yesterday


Francis Marion Nichols, prominent resident of the Coxton neighborhood, died
suddenly Thursday afternoon between one and two o'clock of heart trouble at
his home. He had been ill but one day. Coroner O. D. Emerson conducted an

He was born in this county seventy-five years ago and had always lived here
and became one of the most prominent citizens of this community. While he
was a farmer he also did much carpentering work. Several years ago he
started an old fashioned grist mill which was largely patronized by those
who liked the flavor of the old fashioned way of grinding the corn into
meal. He was very attentive to his family and especially solicitous of the
comfort of his aged wife who has been an invalid for many years suffering
with rheumatism.

He was married to Miss Jane Cosner and to them were born six children, one
son, Charles, having passed on; Mrs. Angie Widner, Indianapolis; Ambrose
Nichols of Illinois; Ott Nichols, of Odon; Mrs. Willard Sherrill, of this
city; Mrs. Harrison Grimes, of Coxton; James Nichols, of California.
Rufus Nichols, of Coxton, is a brother.

Funeral will be at 1:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Old Union church.
Burial will be in the Old Union cemetery.
provided by: Marilyn Nickless 
Nickless, Francis Marion (P589)
181 Bedford Democrat
Bedford, Indiana
March 3rd, 1899 No. 6

Marriage Licenses
Claude REUTER and Icy MASON, Grant TOLIVER and Nellie CARPENTER, Ambrose M. BRANDON and Grace KILBURN

Mr. Claude RREUTER, of Gullet's Creek and Miss Icy MASON were married this morning at home of brides parents Mr. and Mrs. C. B. MASON 
Reuter, Claudious (P952)
FRIDAY, FEB. 2, 1900


Mr. and Mrs. Bill NICKLESS, of Mt. Olive, returned home Tuesday from the
interment of their little girl at Old Union. Typhoid was cause of death.

Not sure yet if the above is for this William Nickless. 
Nickless, William A. (P3204)

Rufis NICKLESS sold 100 trees to the Klondike Milling Co., Monday.
Nickless, Rufus (P3203)
FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1900


Ambrose Nickless pleasantly surprised his parents Saturday by bringing
home a young lady whom he introduced as his intended wife. After
partaking of an excellent dinner the young couple, accompanied by Messrs.
Marion Nickless and G. C. Smith, went to Bedford, where they secured a
license and were united in marriage by Isaac Crim. They immediately went
to Oolitic, where the groom has charge of the gang saws at Reed's mill
and has purchased property which he had fitted up for the reception of
his bride. The bride was Miss Estella Helton, of Washington, Ind.
Nickless, Amborse (P3186)
185 Believed to have been Captain, Frederick County,VA Militia Hobson, George (P1036)
186 Benjamin and Jane Dunkin came to Carroll County, Indiana in a covered wagon to farm between Sharon and Darwin, Carrollton Township, Carroll County, Indiana.
Dunkin, Benjamin (P390)
187 Benjamin Chapman Married India Ann Ellis, they went to Cole Co,Illinois.you can find this info in. 1887 History Cole Co,IL.,page 281. Their son Abraham Frye Chapman is my Great grandfather.I have copy that Abe wrote of Benjamin and India Children.It took me few years to find them in Cole Co,Illinois.In Abe Obituary said he went to Coles Co, so I looked for Census there they were.Also in Douglas Co,Illinois.
Hope this is a help to you. Edna ednafink@@yahoo.com 
Chapman, Benjamin (P1749)
188 Benjamin Salmon will list wife Agnes, sons William, Benjamin, Josiah,Robert, Aydelott,and Solmon. Daughters Mary, Patience and Agnes. Dated 1 July 1765 Salmon, Benjamin (P329)
189 Birth-right Quaker; Founder of Cane Creek Monthly Meeting, Orange County, NC.
Her manor house at Hillsborough, NC was confiscated and used as his Headquarters by General Lord Cornwallis.
She helped organize the Cane Creek Meeting House on her Plantation as a center of passive resistance to the Tories during the time of the Battle of Guilford Court House.
Her eldest son Simon DIXON died in the Revolution defending his mill in Orange County, NC against the Tories.  
Hadley, Hannah (P502)
190 Birth: 1753
Edgecombe County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Dec. 19, 1836
Irwin County
Georgia, USA

Revolutionary War Soldier

James Griffin was born in Edgecombe County, North Carolina in 1753, believed to be the son of Francis Griffin and Mary Byrd Griffin, both of Edgecombe County, North Carolina. He enlisted in the Continental Army in Edgecombe County, N. C., on December 1, 1776, serving eleven months in Captain Reading Blount's company. In March, 1777, he became a corporal taking part in the battles of Brandywine, Germantown, and Monmouth. In 1781, he served another period of enlistment for three months and was in the battle of Guilford Courthouse, N. C. In 1783, he served a short period in the North Carolina militia. His pension application was executed in Irwin County, Ga., August 11, 1828, and was allowed, and he drew the pension until his death Dec. 19, 1836. James Griffin married Sarah Lodge (b. October 23, 1766, d. between August 22, 1853 and March 4, 1854), a daughter of Lewis Lodge, Sr. and Mary Reddick, his wife, in Edgecombe County, N. C. on April 1, 1870. They were married by John Thomas, a Baptist preacher, in the home of Thomas Mercer. James and Sarah first moved to Georgia in about 1800-1802, they first settled in Burke County and lived there for about 5 years before moving to Montgomery County where they also lived for about 5 years. He first appears on the 1805-6 tax digest of Montgomery County, and also in the 1820 census in that county. In about 1827, they moved to lot of land 191 of the 5th District of Irwin County. His plantation was near the old Columbus stage-road. It was there that he died and was buried. She was still living at the time of the 1850 Lowndes County Census (in the home of her daughter, Elizabeth, and her husband, William Bradford). James died on December 19, 1836 in Irwin County, Georgia and was buried near there. In 1938, the Daughters of the American Revolution placed a small stone in this old abandoned cemetery to mark the approximate location where James was buried. His close friend for many years, Thomas Bradford, and Thomas's wife are also buried here. Years later, Benjamin Griffin, son of Joshua and nephew of James, started a cemetery across the road, on the right, North Bound. This was known as the old Uncle Ben Griffin Cemetery. As far as is known, the last burial there was in about 1906. There are marked graves here, but not in the small cemetery where James Griffin, Thomas Bradford and his wife are buried, except for the monument. The cemetery is located approximately four miles north of Lax on GA 90, approximately 50 yards off the south side of the road just before you reach the Willacoochee River Bridge. It is marked by the Daughters of the American Revolution, surveyed by Rev. Larry Clements, Feb. 1993. On May 1, 1976, a 36 foot sqare monument was dedicated. Many Griffin's and Bradford's descendants attended the ceremony. The historical marker reads: "This Historic Marker Erected by Descendants of Corporal James Griffin 1753-1836 and Lieutenant Thomas Bradford 1756-1840. These Revolutionary War Heroes were both Born in Edgecombe County, N. C. and their remains are near this site where they settled these lands in the early 1800's. James and Sarah Griffin had 9 children, seven living to adulthood. Two died young (names unknown). There children were: Noah (b. June 7, 1783, m. Priscilla Hall, dau. of Enoch), Joshua (b. Mar. 22, 1785, m. Elizabeth Bradford, daughter of Thomas Bradford), Thomas (b. Dec. 4, 1787, m. Nancy Hall, daughter of Enoch Hall), Rhoda (b. Oct. 11, 1790, m. John R. Hall, son of Enoch Hall – Moved to Florida), Shadrack (b. Oct. 12, 1792, m. Nancy Bradford, daughter of Thomas Bradford), Solomon (b. Oct. 20, 1794, in 1847, was living in Floyd County, Georgia, wife, if any, unknown, little is known of his descendants), Elizabeth (b. July 28. 1803, m. William Bradford son of Thomas Bradford)

Old Soldiers Cemetery
Irwin County
Georgia, USA
Plot: Marked by Large Monument - Only 3 graves

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Record added: Jul 22 2006
By: Douglas Westberry 
Griffin, James (P2068)
191 Birthdate may be 4/22/1826 or something else completely. Census records don't give a clear indication of her age.

The 1890 Federal Census was destroyed by fire. It would likely have shown that Elizabeth was living with son Charles. 
Southern, Elizabeth E. (P1419)
192 Brenda Sue Hopkins Richardson 45, Indianapolis, died Monday, May 29, 2006. Brenda was born on November 23, 1960 in Noblesville, IN to Bobby and Suzanne Hopkins, who survive her. She graduated from Westfield High School in 1979 and Indiana State University in 1983 with a degree in Child Development and Family Planning. She married Dr. James D. Richardson on March 8, 1986. She is survived by her devoted husband and children, Nancy, Marianne and John Henry. She is also survived by her brothers Steven Hopkins, Larry Hopkins, Ronnie Hopkins and sister Deanna Vonarx. She is survived by her brothers and sisters-in-law, Guy Richardson, Curtis Richardson, Peggy Abner, Dale Richardson, Dallas Richardson and Sharon Richardson. She is survived by her mother and father-in-law, Clarence and Lela Richardson. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Dortha and Frank Burris and Eldeen and Ellen Hopkins. Brenda was a social worker for Marquette Manor for seven years. She was Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of Crossed Sabre Investments for 10 years, a position she held at the time of her death. She was a member of Southside Church of the Nazarene, where she served as Asst. Preschool Director, Childrens Department Director and Childrens Handbell Director. She also served as a substitute teacher for Wayne Township Schools. Her hobbies included sewing, gardening and floral arrangements. She was a loving mother, who took special interest in the development of young children's lives, both her own and others. Calling will be from 4 to 9 p.m. Wed. May 31 in Conkle Funeral Home, Avon Chapel and one hour prior to Celebration of Life service to be held at 11 a.m. Thurs. June 1 in Southside Church of Nazarene, 2447 E. Thompson Road. Interment will be in Eagle Creek Cemetery, Westfield, IN. The family wishes to extend heartfelt appreciation to Brenda's oncologist, Dr. Kathy Miller. Memorial contributions may be made to the IU Cancer Center or the Indiana 4-H Foundation.
(Indianapolis Star- 5/31/2006) 
Hopkins, Brenda Sue (P3888)
193 By 1825, Isaac and his family were among the first members of the Presbyterian congregation in Freeport. In 1828, Isaac was a trustee in the charter for "The Presbyterian church edifice", erected on the north side of High Street in Freeport.

In 1862, Isaac transferred a half lot to his daughter Serepta, "in consideration of the said Serepta Bole living with me and taking care of myself and my wife now deceased."
His will was proved on 8 Dec. 1870. Eight children living or deceased were named. His executors were John S. and Isaac W. Bole.
Source: http://www.rootsweb.com/~inhenry/boles.html 
Bole, Isaac (P740)
194 Cancer Burch, Monica Jo (P66)
195 Cancer Hopkins, Brenda Sue (P3888)
196 Carroll County, Indiana
Index to Marriage Records
1850 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume II
Letters M - Z Inclusive
Name: Harry G Overholser
Spouse: Susie E Thomas
Marriage Date: 12 Sep 1916
Date: 15 Feb 1898
Book: 16
OSPage: 547
County: Carroll 
Overholser, Harry G. (P2639)
197 Carroll County, Indiana
Index to Marriage Records
1850 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume II
Letters M - Z Inclusive
Name: Harry G Overholser
Spouse: Susie E Thomas
Marriage Date: 12 Sep 1916
Date: 15 Feb 1898
Book: 16
OSPage: 547
County: Carroll 
Rinker, Jessie (P2658)
198 Carroll County, Indiana
Index to Marriage Records
1850 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume II
Letters M - Z Inclusive
Name: William E Overholser
Spouse: Lula W Richison
Marriage Date: 21 Jun 1890
Book: 9
OSPage: 500
County: Carroll 
Richardson, Lula Winnefred (P2612)
199 Carroll County, Indiana
Index to Marriage Records
1850 - 1920 Inclusive
Volume II
Letters M - Z Inclusive
Name: William E Overholser
Spouse: Lula W Richison
Marriage Date: 21 Jun 1890
Book: 9
OSPage: 500
County: Carroll 
Overholser, William Elonzo (P2633)
200 Carroll County, Indiana
Index to Marriage Records
1850-1920 Inclusive
Volume I
Letters A - L Inclusive
Name: Catherine Dunkin
Spouse: William K Dyer
Marriage Date: 04 Feb 1859
Book: 4
OSPage: 311
County: Carroll 
Dunkin, Catherine (P2501)

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