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88 "History of Lawrence, Orange and Washington Co.'s, Indiana"
Goodspeed Bros. and Co., 1884

Z. T. WILLIAMS, the seventh son in a family of fourteen children, was born
February 8, 1847. His parents, G. G. and Lucy (Kern) Williams, were natives
of Tennessee and Kentucky, the former coming with his father, Isaac, to
Indiana at a very early day. Z. T. Williams has always considered Lawrence
County his home, for here he was reared, educated, and April 19, 1871,
married Miss Sarah J. Witsman. He selected farming as his life's vocation,
and by industry and good management has secured a valuable farm of 231
acres. He is a Republican in politics; favors the advancement of all
laudable public enterprises; he and wife belong to the Christian Church,
and are the parents of four children, whom they have named Everett B.,
Walter G., Volney M. and Lawrence Edward. 
Williams, Zachary Taylor (P618)
89 "Illustrated."|||Includes index. Source (S-2125354214)
90 "Illustrated."|||Includes index. Source (S-2124850898)
91 "WJB" Luther's father was a native of Rhode Island and his mother of Pa. When "WJB" was about 3 years old, his parents moved their family to Shelbyville Indiana. His father, who had been in poor health for a number of years, passed away when he was 18 years old, leaving "WJB" as the sole support for his family which included 4 younger siblings.

In 1867, after his mother had re-married and the younger children were able to take care of themselves, "WJB" left to pursue his own interests and took a job in Indianapolis driving a wagon for Mr. Eli Johnson. He worked there for two years and managed to save $800 which he planned to use to start his own business.

After marrying Melvina Murray in 1869, he and his wife's brother bought out the drugstore of "House and Williams" in Blountsville. The two young men continued in partnership for about a year and then "WJB" bought out his brother-in-law's interest.

He was eminently successful running the drug store and also purchased a dry goods store in Blountsville. He and Melvina had 3 children: Eugene Murray, Annie, and Beatrix.
Source: http://www.rootsweb.com/~inhenry/wmurjr.html 
Luther, William James Brown (P788)
92 **NOTE: 1910 Census-Stony Creek Twp-Henry County, IN :
Richardson, James H. age 68-Divorced
dau-Lucy-age 33, single
dau-Laura-age 31-Divorced, mother of 1
Burch, Georgie-grand-dau, age 11--I don't know who her dad is yet 
Richardson, Laura A. (P3660)
93 09/11/04

Reuter - Gordon Lee Reuter of Bedford, IN, died Saturday, September 11, 2004, at his residence. Born on May 1, 1932, in Lawrence County, IN, he was the son of Robert Lee and Helen Reuter.

Surviving are his wife, Margot; his mother, Helen Reuter; one son Ronald D. Reuter and his wife, Linda; one daughter Mona L. Gould and her husband, Danny; one daughter-in-law, Ruth Reuter; and six grandchildren: Elizabeth Wuertz and her husband, Matt, Laura and Hannah Gould, and Alisha, Erin, and Casey Reuter. He was preceded in death by his father and one son, Raymon Earl Reuter.

He served as a member of the United States Air Force for 23 years and reached the top rank of Chief Master Sergeant before retiring in 1974. He served proudly, received several medals during his enlistment and was a Vietnam Veteran. After his service to his country, he attended and received an accounting degree from Indiana University and joined the accounting firm of Marshall Hatfield, which he later acquired ownership of. At a later date, he joined the accounting firm of Sallee & Company on a part-time basis. He was a long time member of the First Baptist Church and held several different offices during his long membership. He was currently the secretary of the Southern Indiana Chapter of the Air Force Association, and in the past has served as president. He was a member of the American Legion, the VFW, the Greenhill Cemetery Association, the Elks club and the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors.

Services for Gordon Reuter will be at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 14th, at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Charles Newman and Joann Kluender officiating. Burial will follow in Green Hill Cemetery with graveside military rites accorded by members of American Legion Gillen Post #33. Friends may call from 2-8 p.m. Monday at the Day & Carter Mortuary and from 10 a.m. until the service time Tuesday at the First Baptist Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society and/or Hospice. 
Reuter, Gordon Lee (P1152)
94 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cadle, Monika Dawn (P456)
95 136th Regiment, Indiana Infantry (100 days, 1864)
Organized at Indianapolis, Ind., and mustered in May 21, 1864. Ordered to Tennessee and assigned to duty as Railroad Guard in Tennessee and Alabama, Dept. of the Cumberland, till September. Mustered out September 2, 1864. Lost during service 8 by disease.  
Williams, Ambrose (P587)
96 1705 Marriage certificate in Quaker meeting papers on file at Swathmore College. Family info came from Books of Williams and the Williams family reunion of every year in Marion, Kansas. Marriage certificate in Quaker meeting papers on file at Swathmore College. Will: March 20, 1795, Loudon Co,VA  Williams, Richard (P666)
97 1850 census Stony Creek Twp.
James Butler 44, farmer Va
Elizabeth E 38
Elizabeth V 18
Sarah 12
John H 9
Rebeca 1
Martha M 5
Eveline 3
Susan M 1/12

1860 Census: Randolph Co., IN, Stony Creek Twp., Post Office Winser
Page 119
James Butler, 54, M, Farmer, VA
Elizabeth, 48, F, VA
John H., 19, M, IN
Martha M., 15, F, IN
Theresa E., 13, F, IN
Susan M., 11, F, IN
Charles A., 6, M, IN 
Butler, James (P1212)
98 1850 Federal Census
Clear Creek Twp., Monroe Co., IN
Joel Watson 58, M, Farmer, NC
Jane 54, F, KY
Elizabeth Frances, 25, F, KY
George W., 7, M, IN
John, 2, M, IN
Campbell Watson, 22, M, Farmer, KY
Joel, 25, M, KY 
Watson, Joel (P1425)
99 1850 IN Madison Co Van Buren tsp
William Woolen 32 Deleware
Julia Woolen 32 Deleware
James A. Woolen 7 IN
Jacob Woolen 5 IN
Edward Woolen 2 IN

1870 IN Grant Co Liberty tsp
Woolen William 51 farmer MD
Woolen Julia A. 51 keeps house Del
Woolen William L. 18 IN
Woolen Elda A. 12 IN

1880 IN Grant Co Fairmont tsp
Woolen William 62 retired farmer MD MD MD
Woolen Julia 63 keeping house DEL DEL DEL 
Woolen, William (P3151)
100 1860 Census Clear Creek Twp., Monroe Co., IN
Thorton Watson, 36, M Farmer, 200, KY
Elizabeth, 31, F, IN
Mary, 5, F, IN
Martha 3, F, IN
Elizabeth, 1, F, IN

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

Watson, Thornton (P1420)

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