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1.

Samuel A Stuck Stook-1. He was born on 24 Jan 1800 in York County, Pa. He died on 23 Apr 1859 in Montgomery County, Indiana. Buried: in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe County, Indiana USA (Union Cemetery). Find A Grave was 8133095.

Ann Catherine Sharpnack is the daughter of John Sharpnack and Margret Hains. She was born on 22 Jun 1809 in Philadelphia, Pa. Her death on 01 Mar 1871 in Montgomery County, Indiana (61y8m7d). Buried: in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe County, Indiana USA (Union Cemetery). Find A Grave was 8133090.

Samuel A Stuck Stook and Ann Catherine Sharpnack. They were married 1826. They had 6 children.

i.

George C Stook. He was born 1826.

2. ii.

Maria Margaret Stook. She was born on 12 Sep 1828 in York County, Pennsylvania. She married John Rakestraw. They were married on 16 Jun 1853 in Darlington, Montgomery county, Indiana. She died on 09 Dec 1912 in Sugar Creek, Montgomery County, Indiana USA. Buried: in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe County, Indiana USA (Union Cemetery). Find A Grave was 8126787.

3. iii.

Benjamin S Stook. He was born 1830 in Johnstown, Philadelphia. He married Margery Brooks. They were married on 19 Dec 1858 in Clinton County, Indiana. Military 1864 in Soldier in Co.I, 63rd, In., Inf., Civil War.. He died Abt. 1883 in Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana. Buried: in Jefferson, Clinton County, Indiana USA (Jefferson Cemetery). Find A Grave was 79277519. Burial in Jefferson Cemetery, 3 miles north of Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana.

4. iv.

Amanda M Stook. She was born 1839. She married Marion Dunbar. They were married on 27 Jan 1861. She died Abt. 1871.

v.

Elizabeth Stook. She was born 1841.

vi.

Samuel Stook. He was born 1846 in Montgomery County, Indiana USA.

Generation 2
2.

Maria Margaret Stook-2 (Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). She was born on 12 Sep 1828 in York County, Pennsylvania. She died on 09 Dec 1912 in Sugar Creek, Montgomery County, Indiana USA. Buried: in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe County, Indiana USA (Union Cemetery). Find A Grave was 8126787.

John Rakestraw is the son of William Rakestraw and Susan Wonstaff. He was born on 12 May 1832 in New Jersey USA. He died on 28 Feb 1872 in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe County, Indiana USA. Buried: in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe County, Indiana USA (Union Cemetery). Find A Grave was 8126786.

John Rakestraw and Maria Margaret Stook. They were married on 16 Jun 1853 in Darlington, Montgomery county, Indiana. They had 6 children.

i.

Rosett Rakestraw. She was born on 15 May 1854. Her death on 13 Aug 1854 (3m). Buried: in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe County, Indiana USA (Routh Pioneer Cemetery). Find A Grave was 8255945.

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5. ii.

Susan Rakestraw. She was born on 08 Jan 1856 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. She married Anthony A Stingley. They were married on 26 Jul 1876. Burial Jun 1942 in Stingley Cemetery, Lauramie Township, Tippecanoe County, In. She died on 03 Jun 1942 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Buried: in Stockwell, Tippecanoe County, Indiana USA (Stingley Cemetery). Find A Grave was 5051307.

6. iii.

Alonzo L Rakestraw. He was born on 06 Dec 1857. He died on 08 Nov 1950.

iv.

Alice E Rakestraw. She was born on 09 Dec 1862 in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe county, Indiana. She died 1944.

v.

Samuel Gilbert Rakestraw. He was born on 12 Nov 1864. He died on 19 Feb 1952.

vi.

Martin Rakestraw. He was born on 12 Mar 1867. He died on 15 Sep 1950.

3.

Benjamin S Stook-2 (Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). He was born 1830 in Johnstown, Philadelphia. Military 1864 in Soldier in Co.I, 63rd, In., Inf., Civil War.. He died Abt. 1883 in Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana. Buried: in Jefferson, Clinton County, Indiana USA (Jefferson Cemetery). Find A Grave was 79277519. Burial in Jefferson Cemetery, 3 miles north of Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana.

Notes for Benjamin S Stook:

General Notes:

STOOK, BENJAMIN S. Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 09 August 1862 -- Enlisted in Company I, 63rd Infantry Regiment Indiana on 09 August 1862. -- Transferred Company I, 63rd Infantry Regiment Indiana on 01 April 1865-- Transfered in on 01 April 1865 -- Mustered out on 10 July 1865

He was in the Civil War, Co L, 63re, Ind Inf. His father was Samuel S Stook, born, 24 Jan 1800, in York County, Pa. His mother was Ann Catherine Sharpnack, born 14 June 1809, Philadelphia, Pa. Samuel and Ann were married 1826. Samuel died before 1830, Montgomery County, Indiana. Ann died, 1 Mar 1871, Montgomery County. The father of Samuel S, was Jacob Stook ( Stuck) 1751-1828. Anns father was John Sharpnack 1768-1821.

STOOK, BENJAMIN S. State: Indiana Year: 1850 -- County: Montgomery Roll: M432_161 -- Township: Union Twp Page: 382 Image: 323 --STOOK, BENJAMIN -- State: IN Year: 1860 -- County: Tippecanoe County Record Type: Lawrance Township Page: 390 -- Database: IN 1860 Federal Census Index

 

 

 

 

 

Margery Brooks is the daughter of John Robert Brooks and Priscilla House Anderson. She was born on 29 Jan 1837 in Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana. Census on 06 Aug 1850 in Indiana-Clinton county, - Living with stepfather, Jesse Ryan, she is 13 y. Census #8 on 16 Jun 1880 in Indiana-Clinton county, - Living with husband and two children. She is 4. Burial Jul 1915 in Jefferson Cemetery, 3 miles north of Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana. She died on 06 Jul 1915 in Thorntown, Boone County, Indiana. Buried: in Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana (Jefferson Cemetery). Find A Grave was 79277519.

Notes for Margery Brooks:

General Notes:

Wife of Enos Gil -- She was married 3 times.

1st to Benjamin s Stook -- 2nd to George Pifer -- 3r to Enos Gil

 

 

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Notes for Margery Brooks:

General Notes:

Wife of Enos Gil -- She was married 3 times.

1st to Benjamin s Stook -- 2nd to George Pifer -- 3r to Enos Gil

 

 

Benjamin S Stook and Margery Brooks. Marriage License on 13 Dec 1858 in MR C3 page 617, Clinton county, Indiana. They were married on 19 Dec 1858 in Clinton County, Indiana. Death of one spouse 1883 in Clinton County, Indiana. They had 4 children.

Relationship Notes:

Clinton County, Indiana -- Index to Marriage Record 1852 - 1905 Inclusive Volume II Letters L to Z Inclusive,

W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Frankfort Compiled by Indiana Works Projects -dministration 1940

 

County: Clinton --- Name: Benjamin Stook : Spouse: Margery Brook: Marriage Date: 19 Dec 1858

Date: 13 Dec 1858 -- Book: C-3 -- Original Source Page: 517

 

 

 

i.

Thomas J Stook. He was born Abt. 1860 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. He died on 22 Mar 1895 in Clinton County, Indiana.

ii.

Finley Stook. He was born Abt. 1861. He died 1895 in Clinton County, Indiana. Burial in Jefferson Cemetery, 3 miles north of Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana.

iii.

John D. Stook. He was born 1866. He died 1868.

7. iv.

Leona Stook. She was born on 21 Oct 1869 in Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana. She married Peter Davis. They were married on 25 Mar 1891 in Clinton County, Indiana. Burial Dec 1898 in Plainview Cemetery, Colfax, clinton county, Indiana. She died on 20 Dec 1898 in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana. Buried: in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana USA (Plainview Cemetery). Find A Grave was 11325024.

4.

Amanda M Stook-2 (Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). She was born 1839. She died Abt. 1871.

Marion Dunbar. He was born on 17 Apr 1840 in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana USA. His death on 16 Jan 1894 in Indiana USA (53y3m1d). Buried: in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe Co. Indiana USA (Union Cemetery). Find A Grave was 22487673.

Marion Dunbar and Amanda M Stook. They were married on 27 Jan 1861. They had 6 children.

i.

Ann Catherine Dunbar. She was born 1857. She died 1956.

ii.

Mary Dunbar. She was born 1861.

iii.

John William Dunbar. He was born on 28 Jan 1863. He married Josephine Aloysius Clouser. They were married on 07 Dec 1933 in Vermillion County, Illinois. He died on 18 Feb 1952. Buried: in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana USA (Plainview Cemetery). Find A Grave was 37769384.

iv.

Charlie Dunbar. He was born 1864.

8. v.

Morton Dunbar. He was born on 10 Apr 1864. He died on 14 May 1940. Buried: in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana USA (Plainview Cemetery). Find A Grave was 37754085.

vi.

Frank Dunbar. He was born 1870.

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5.

Susan Rakestraw-3 (Maria Margaret Stook-2, Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). She was born on 08 Jan 1856 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Burial Jun 1942 in Stingley Cemetery, Lauramie Township, Tippecanoe County, In. She died on 03 Jun 1942 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Buried: in Stockwell, Tippecanoe County, Indiana USA (Stingley Cemetery). Find A Grave was 5051307.

Notes for Susan Rakestraw:

General Notes:

THE DEATH OF SUSAN STINGLEY

Stockwell, June 3 - Mrs. Susan Stingley, widow of Anthony A. Stingley, died Wednesday at 3:15 p.m. at her home near Clark’s Hill. She was born and lived all of her life at the place of her death. She was a member of the United Brethren Church of Concord. Surviving are two daughters: Mrs. Arthur Gray, Linden; Mrs. Willard Thompson, Lafayette R#6; two sons; Vern and Lloyd, of Clark’s Hill; a sister, Mrs. Alice Willoughby, Los Angeles, Cal., and three brothers: Alonzo Rickestraw, Denver, Colo.; Gilbert Rickestraw, Collridge, Ariz., and Martin Rickestraw, Clark’s Hill. The body was taken to the Dickerson funeral home, and will be returned to the residence where friends may call Thursday afternoon. Services will be Friday at 2:30 from the residence; burial in Stingley cemetery.

 

 

Anthony A Stingley is the son of Noah J Stingley and Susannah Johnson. He was born on 04 Apr 1853. Burial Jul 1926 in Stingley Cemetery, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. He died on 04 Jul 1926. Buried: in Stockwell, Tippecanoe county, Indiana USA (Stingley Cemetery). Find A Grave was 5052015.

Notes for Anthony A Stingley:

General Notes:

THE DEATH OF A. A. STINGLEY

Clark’s Hill news in the Lafayette Paper, Monday July 5 - Ill a long time Mr A. A. Stingley, 73, died at 7:45, Sunday evening, at his home in Clark’s Hill. He leaves a widow, three daughters, and two sons. Funeral will be Wednesday

 

 

Anthony A Stingley and Susan Rakestraw. They were married on 26 Jul 1876. They had 5 children.

i.

V Glea Stingley. She was born on 29 Dec 1880. She married William Arthur Gray. They were married on 06 Nov 1904.

9. ii.

Audry Vern Stingley. He was born on 09 May 1883 in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe county, Indiana [1]. He married Majorie M VanMeter. They were married on 18 Nov 1941 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Burial May 1977 in Clark Cemetery, Clarks Hill, Indiana. He died on 16 May 1977 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

iii.

Floss Stingley. She was born on 17 Feb 1885. She died on 17 Jan 1940.

10. iv.

Omer Lloyd Stingley. He was born on 25 Dec 1889. Burial Mar 1960 in Stingley Cemetery, Lauramie twsp, Tippecanoe county, Indiana. He died on 26 Mar 1960.

11. v.

Margaret Zertha Stingley. She was born on 04 Sep 1892. She married Jewel Willard Thompson. They were married on 12 Aug 1914. Burial Sep 1965 in Stingley Cemetery, Lauramie Township, Tippecanoe County, In. She died on 20 Sep 1965.

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Alonzo L Rakestraw-3 (Maria Margaret Stook-2, Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). He was born on 06 Dec 1857. He died on 08 Nov 1950.

Notes for Alonzo L Rakestraw:

General Notes:

Alonzo l was a son of John & Maria Stook Rakestraw. He was born in Tippecanoe County, Indiana about 1858. He moved To Nebraska where he married Jenetta R Hinthorn. On the 1930 Federal census he is listed as living as a widower in Denver, Colorada. His first wife, Anna Bryant, must have died young. This couple were married 8 Aug 1880, in Tippecanoe County. Their daughters, Leslie nd Veacie, list Simon Rakestraw as their father. Actually is was Simon Bryant, their grandfather. Alonzo was the second of six children. I have two children listed for Alonzo and Jenetta: Ross R and Dan. Ross R was born 3 Dec 1892, in Nebraska

 

 

Janetta R Hinthorn.

Alonzo L Rakestraw and Janetta R Hinthorn. They had 2 children.

i.

Ross R Rakestraw. He was born on 03 Dec 1892.

ii.

Daniel Rakestraw.

Anna Elizabeth Bryant.

Alonzo L Rakestraw and Anna Elizabeth Bryant. They were married on 18 Aug 1880 in Montgomery County, Indiana USA. They had no children.

7.

Leona Stook-3 (Benjamin S Stook-2, Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). She was born on 21 Oct 1869 in Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana. Burial Dec 1898 in Plainview Cemetery, Colfax, clinton county, Indiana. She died on 20 Dec 1898 in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana. Buried: in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana USA (Plainview Cemetery). Find A Grave was 11325024.

Peter Davis is the son of Joel Davis and Elisabeth Patton. He was born on 09 Dec 1868 in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana. Burial Jan 1958 in Plainview Cemetery, Colfax, clinton county, Indiana. He died on 04 Jan 1958 in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana. Buried: in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana USA (Plainview Cemetery). Find A Grave was 11325032.

Notes for Peter Davis:

General Notes:

DAVIS, Peter -- Biography

Among the sturdy and enterprising farmers and popular public officials of Perry township, Clinton county, is the gentleman whose name introduces this biographical review, whose life has been one of industry and strict adherence to honorable principles, which has resulted in gaining a comfortable living and at the same time winning the esteem of his fellow men.

 

Peter Davis, owner of Fairland Farm, and trustee of Perry township, having been elected to that office in 1908, is a descendant of an excellent old pioneer family of this county. He was born within a mile of where he now lives on December 9, 1868, and he has been content to spend his life in his native community. He is a son of Joel DAVIS, now deceased, he having been a native of Ohio, and from which state he came to this township and county in an early day and became a leading farmer here. He grew up on a farm in Ross county, Ohio, and attended the old time schools there, equipped with slab seats, puncheon floor and greased paper for window panes. In early life he married Elizabeth PATTON, who made him a good wife and helpmeet. She is still living, being now advanced in years. To Joel Davis and wife seven children were born, namely: Jesse, George, John, Peter, Anna C., Sarah I., and Mary. The father of these children died at the age of sixty-nine years. Politically he was a Democrat and he belonged to the Christian church. His widow is also a faithful member of this church. He was one of the leading members and most liberal supporters of the church in his neighborhood during his life time.

 

Peter Davis was reared on the home farm and there was taught to work, how to rotate crops, raise live stock, etc. On March 20, 1891, he married Leona STOOK, daughter of Ben and Margaret STOOK, the father long since deceased. Mr. Davis’ first wife died some fourteen years ago. By this union four children were born: Flossie B., a teacher of considerable local prominence; Ruby M., a graduate of Marion College, has a good position in Indianapolis; Lena M., attending high school in Colfax, and Ferris Earl, now sixteen years old, attending high school.

 

Mr. Davis was first owner of a fine farm of one hundred and sixty acres and later brought the Isaac Goodnight farm. He now has a valuable and productive farm of two hundred and fifty acres, one of the best in Perry township, and is carrying on general farming and stock raising on a large scale in a manner stamping him as among the leaders in this field of endeavor in the county. He has a large and well arranged home, in the midst of fine shade trees, with numerous outbuildings, and about his place is always to be seen an excellent grade of live stock of all kinds. No small part of his annual income is derived from this source, since he understands well the proper care of stock. He has one of the largest and best orchards in the township, noted for its fine fruit of all kinds. He has become well established through his long years of good management and persistent work, and is now surrounded by all the comforts of life.

 

Politically, Mr. Davis is a Democrat and is influential in public affairs locally. He has been a frequent delegate to county and state conventions. He is a stockholder in the Farmers’ Elevator at Colfax. He is a jovial, well informed man, a good mixer and generally popular throughout the county.

pp. 528-529 Source II

Transcribed by Tonya

 

 

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Notes for Peter Davis:

General Notes:

DAVIS, Peter -- Biography

Among the sturdy and enterprising farmers and popular public officials of Perry township, Clinton county, is the gentleman whose name introduces this biographical review, whose life has been one of industry and strict adherence to honorable principles, which has resulted in gaining a comfortable living and at the same time winning the esteem of his fellow men.

 

Peter Davis, owner of Fairland Farm, and trustee of Perry township, having been elected to that office in 1908, is a descendant of an excellent old pioneer family of this county. He was born within a mile of where he now lives on December 9, 1868, and he has been content to spend his life in his native community. He is a son of Joel DAVIS, now deceased, he having been a native of Ohio, and from which state he came to this township and county in an early day and became a leading farmer here. He grew up on a farm in Ross county, Ohio, and attended the old time schools there, equipped with slab seats, puncheon floor and greased paper for window panes. In early life he married Elizabeth PATTON, who made him a good wife and helpmeet. She is still living, being now advanced in years. To Joel Davis and wife seven children were born, namely: Jesse, George, John, Peter, Anna C., Sarah I., and Mary. The father of these children died at the age of sixty-nine years. Politically he was a Democrat and he belonged to the Christian church. His widow is also a faithful member of this church. He was one of the leading members and most liberal supporters of the church in his neighborhood during his life time.

 

Peter Davis was reared on the home farm and there was taught to work, how to rotate crops, raise live stock, etc. On March 20, 1891, he married Leona STOOK, daughter of Ben and Margaret STOOK, the father long since deceased. Mr. Davis’ first wife died some fourteen years ago. By this union four children were born: Flossie B., a teacher of considerable local prominence; Ruby M., a graduate of Marion College, has a good position in Indianapolis; Lena M., attending high school in Colfax, and Ferris Earl, now sixteen years old, attending high school.

 

Mr. Davis was first owner of a fine farm of one hundred and sixty acres and later brought the Isaac Goodnight farm. He now has a valuable and productive farm of two hundred and fifty acres, one of the best in Perry township, and is carrying on general farming and stock raising on a large scale in a manner stamping him as among the leaders in this field of endeavor in the county. He has a large and well arranged home, in the midst of fine shade trees, with numerous outbuildings, and about his place is always to be seen an excellent grade of live stock of all kinds. No small part of his annual income is derived from this source, since he understands well the proper care of stock. He has one of the largest and best orchards in the township, noted for its fine fruit of all kinds. He has become well established through his long years of good management and persistent work, and is now surrounded by all the comforts of life.

 

Politically, Mr. Davis is a Democrat and is influential in public affairs locally. He has been a frequent delegate to county and state conventions. He is a stockholder in the Farmers’ Elevator at Colfax. He is a jovial, well informed man, a good mixer and generally popular throughout the county.

pp. 528-529 Source II

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Peter Davis and Leona Stook. They were married on 25 Mar 1891 in Clinton County, Indiana. Marriage License on 25 Mar 1891 in MR 9p251, Clinton County, Induana. Death of one spouse on 20 Dec 1898 in Clinton County, Indiana. They had 4 children.

Relationship Notes:

County: Clinton

Name: Leona Stook

Father: Benjamin

Mother: Brooks

Gender: F

Age: 22

Marriage Date: 25 Mar 1891

Book: 1

Original Source Page: 301

 

 

 

12. i.

Flossie Blanche Davis. She was born on 11 Jun 1892 in Colfax, Indiana. She married Bernard Francis Konopack. They were married on 30 Apr 1916 in Colfax, Tippecanoe County, Indiana - by Rev Smith. Member D.A.R. #1 on 18 Oct 1945 in Accepted Dec 6 1945 - #355585. Chapter name: Des Plaines Valley. (Soldier, John Stucky).. Member D.A.R. #2 on 01 May 1951 in Accepted Mar 16 1951 - #355585+372. Chapter name: Des Plaines Valley. - (Soldier, Thomas Anderson). She died on 26 Oct 1981 in New Lenox, Illinois [2, 2].

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ii.

Ruby May Davis. She was born on 14 Oct 1893 in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana. She married James T Barnett. They were married on 18 Jul 1923 in Marion county, Indiana. Burial Dec 1944. She died on 09 Dec 1944.

13. iii.

Lena Marie Davis. She was born on 14 Oct 1895 in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana. She married Russel Raymond McCoy. They were married on 11 Feb 1914 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. She died Jan 1975 in Kokomo, Indiana [3, 3, 4, 4]. Burial Jan 1975. Buried: in Michigantown, Clinton, Indiana, USA (Whitman Cemetery).

14. iv.

Ferris Earl (Elon) Davis. He was born on 29 Nov 1896 in Clinton County, Indiana. He married Mary Adeline Smith. They were married on 14 Jul 1917 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Burial Dec 1945 in Plainview Cemetery, Colfax, Indiana. He died on 08 Dec 1945 in IN. Buried: in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana (Plainview cemetery).

8.

Morton Dunbar-3 (Amanda M Stook-2, Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). He was born on 10 Apr 1864. He died on 14 May 1940. Buried: in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana USA (Plainview Cemetery). Find A Grave was 37754085.

Mary Anettie Lane. She died 1898. She was born 1967.

Morton Dunbar and Mary Anettie Lane. They had 1 child.

i.

Carl Morton Dunbar.

Generation 4
9.

Audry Vern Stingley-4 (Susan Rakestraw-3, Maria Margaret Stook-2, Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). He was born on 09 May 1883 in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe county, Indiana [1]. Burial May 1977 in Clark Cemetery, Clarks Hill, Indiana. He died on 16 May 1977 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA.

Notes for Audry Vern Stingley:

General Notes:

OBITUARY FOR A. VERN STINGLEY

A Vern Stingley 94, of Route 1, Colfax, died at 8:30 AM, Monday in an Indianapolis Hospital. He had been in ill health one month. Mr. Stingley was a native of Clarks Hill, but spent most of his life at Colfax where he was a farmer before his retirement. He was first married in 1902 to Jessie Bates who died in 1914. His second marriage was to Marjorie Van Meter. Survivors include a son, Berly Stingley of Elmyra, Ohio, one daughter, Mrs. Lois Mae Vandervort of Frankfort, and a sister, Mrs. Glea Gray of Texas. (Lafayette Newspaper)

 

 

Jessie Debright Bates is the daughter of Joseph Alfred Bates and Alice Ellen Cosby. She was born Feb 1885 in Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Burial May 1914 in Clark Cemetery, Clarks Hill, Indiana. She died on 24 May 1914 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana.

Audry Vern Stingley and Jessie Debright Bates. They were married on 20 Oct 1902 in U.B.Church Clarks Hill, Tippecanoe County, Indiana [5]. Marriage License on 20 Oct 1902 in MR24p33, Tippecanoe County, Indiana [6]. Death of one spouse 1914 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. They had 3 children.

Relationship Notes:

Index to Marriage Record Volume I Letters A - Eberle, I. Tippecanoe County, Indiana 1850 - 1920 Inclusive W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office, Lafayette Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1938: County: Tippecanoe: Name: Jessie D Bates: Spouse: Vern Stingley: Marriage Date: 02 Oct 1902: Book: C-24:Original Source Page: 33.

 

 

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Relationship Notes:

Index to Marriage Record Volume I Letters A - Eberle, I. Tippecanoe County, Indiana 1850 - 1920 Inclusive W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office, Lafayette Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1938: County: Tippecanoe: Name: Jessie D Bates: Spouse: Vern Stingley: Marriage Date: 02 Oct 1902: Book: C-24:Original Source Page: 33.

 

 

i.

Lois Mae Stingley.

ii.

Beryl Stingley. He was born on 09 Nov 1904.

iii.

Edris Stingley. She was born 1906. She died 1923. Burial in Clark Cemetery, Clarks Hill, Indiana.

Majorie M VanMeter. Burial Sep 1977. She died on 12 Sep 1977.

Audry Vern Stingley and Majorie M VanMeter. They were married on 18 Nov 1941 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Death of one spouse on 16 May 1977 in Indiapolis, Indiana. They had no children.

Relationship Notes:

Title: Index to Marriage Record 1921-1941 Jan. 1, 1921 to Dec. 31, 1941, Inclusive Volume 5, Pt 2 L to Z Inclusive Record Location: Tippecanoe County Indiana W. P. A. Original Record Located: County Clerk's Office Lafayette Compiled by Indiana Works Progres Administration 1941

Spouse 1: A Vern Stingley

Spouse 2: Marjorie M VanMeter

Marriage Date: 18 Nov 1941

County: Tippecanoe

Book: M-55

Original Source Page: 272

Birth Date: 09 May 1883

 

 

10.

Omer Lloyd Stingley-4 (Susan Rakestraw-3, Maria Margaret Stook-2, Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). He was born on 25 Dec 1889. Burial Mar 1960 in Stingley Cemetery, Lauramie twsp, Tippecanoe county, Indiana. He died on 26 Mar 1960.

Notes for Omer Lloyd Stingley:

General Notes:

THE DEATH OF LLOYD STINGLEY

Stockwell - Lloyd Stingley, a 70 year old Tippecanoe county farmer, died in the family home where he was born, four miles south of Stockwell, at 12:30 a.m. Saturday. Mr. Stingley, who spent almost all his life in this county, was married at Lafayette in 1914 to Flossie Fern Arnold. Surviving with the widow are two daughters, Mrs. LeMoyne Altic and Mrs. Dale Hawkins, both of Clark’s Hill; two sons, Omer and Malcolm Stingley, both of near Clark’s Hill; two sisters, Mrs. Zertha Thompson of Lafayette R#11 and Mrs. Glea Gray of Kirkpatrick, and a brother, Vern Stingley of near Colfax.

 

 

Flossie Arndt. She died on 09 May 1960.

Omer Lloyd Stingley and Flossie Arndt. They had 2 children.

i.

Omer Stingley. He married Margaret Jean Farrow. They were married on 06 Jun 1953. He died Sep 1983.

ii.

Malcom Stingley.

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Margaret Zertha Stingley-4 (Susan Rakestraw-3, Maria Margaret Stook-2, Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). She was born on 04 Sep 1892. Burial Sep 1965 in Stingley Cemetery, Lauramie Township, Tippecanoe County, In. She died on 20 Sep 1965.

Jewel Willard Thompson is the son of Ephrium Thompson and Melissa Young. He was born on 31 May 1889 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Burial Aug 1975 in Stingley Cemetery, Lauramie Township, Tippecanoe County, In. He died on 21 Aug 1975 in Clarks Hill, Indiana.

Jewel Willard Thompson and Margaret Zertha Stingley. They were married on 12 Aug 1914. They had 2 children.

i.

Aletabeth Thompson. She was born on 15 Sep 1916. She married Lyle Eilliam Shultz. They were married on 26 Jun 1949.

Notes for Aletabeth Thompson:

General Notes:

Our sons were adopted as simi-handicap in Oct 1955. we got them at 17 & 30 months of age, as a gift from God. Chosen by us. They are full brothers.

 

 

ii.

Effie Ione Thompson. She was born on 13 Jul 1920. She married Charles E LaDow. They were married on 13 Apr 1941. She died on 15 Jun 1989.

12.

Flossie Blanche Davis-4 (Leona Stook-3, Benjamin S Stook-2, Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). She was born on 11 Jun 1892 in Colfax, Indiana. Member D.A.R. #1 on 18 Oct 1945 in Accepted Dec 6 1945 - #355585. Chapter name: Des Plaines Valley. (Soldier, John Stucky).. Member D.A.R. #2 on 01 May 1951 in Accepted Mar 16 1951 - #355585+372. Chapter name: Des Plaines Valley. - (Soldier, Thomas Anderson). She died on 26 Oct 1981 in New Lenox, Illinois [2, 2].

Notes for Flossie Blanche Davis:

General Notes:

Joseph Henry Patton Bible -- contributed by Flossie Davis Konopack

This Bible was used by Joseph Henry Patton and his wife Amanda (Busey) Patton of Tippecanoe County, Indiana, until her death in 1896, when it was passed to their eldest daughter, Teressa (Patton) Davis Loveless, who also made entries into the Bible until her death in 1910. It was then passed to her sister Elizabeth (Patton) Davis, of Clinton County, Indiana. The Bible is now in the possession of Flossie (Davis) Konopack, granddaughter of Joel and Elizabeth (Patton) Davis of Lockport, Illinois. http://www.crwws.com/Genealogy/Patton2.htm

 

 

 

 

 

Bernard Francis Konopack. He was born on 18 Jun 1891 in Chicago, Illinois [7, 7]. He died Oct 1970 in Lockport, Illinois [7, 7].

Notes for Bernard Francis Konopack:

General Notes:

Bernard Konopack of Lockport dies. Services for Bernard F Konopack, 76, of 300 Bruce Rd in Lockport will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Goodale Funeral Home in Lockport. The Rev Allen Marshall will officiate. Burial will be in Mt Vernon cemetery at Lemont. Visitation will be from 2 to f and 7 to 9 a.m. Friday. Masonic Services by Masttson Lodge 175 AR & AM will be at 8 p.m. Friday.

Mr Konopack died Wednesday Oct 21, 1970, at Tucomcart Hospital at Tucumcart, NM He was carcute to Tucson, Ariziona where he and Mrs Konopack were to spend the winter. Mr Konopack retired in September 1968 as assistant superintendent of the Lockport Works of the Sanitary District of Chicago, where he was employed for 45 years. He was well known for his knowledge of and work with roses. He was past president of the American Rose Society of Chicago, No.2 West; past president of the Joliet Floral and Garden Club; a lecturer throughout the United States on roses; a national Rose Society Judge, and instructer of rose show judges. Mr Konopack was active in the Matterson Lodge and the Knights Templar. He was proceded in death by his parents, Bernard F and Helen Kononpack; a sister Mrs Francis Leal; and a brother, John. Surviving are his wife, the former Flossie Davis; two sons, Robert D Konopack of New Lenox and Orin Hammerschmidt of Corvallis, Oreago; Seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The family suggested memorials to the heart fund.

 

 

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Notes for Bernard Francis Konopack:

General Notes:

Bernard Konopack of Lockport dies. Services for Bernard F Konopack, 76, of 300 Bruce Rd in Lockport will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Goodale Funeral Home in Lockport. The Rev Allen Marshall will officiate. Burial will be in Mt Vernon cemetery at Lemont. Visitation will be from 2 to f and 7 to 9 a.m. Friday. Masonic Services by Masttson Lodge 175 AR & AM will be at 8 p.m. Friday.

Mr Konopack died Wednesday Oct 21, 1970, at Tucomcart Hospital at Tucumcart, NM He was carcute to Tucson, Ariziona where he and Mrs Konopack were to spend the winter. Mr Konopack retired in September 1968 as assistant superintendent of the Lockport Works of the Sanitary District of Chicago, where he was employed for 45 years. He was well known for his knowledge of and work with roses. He was past president of the American Rose Society of Chicago, No.2 West; past president of the Joliet Floral and Garden Club; a lecturer throughout the United States on roses; a national Rose Society Judge, and instructer of rose show judges. Mr Konopack was active in the Matterson Lodge and the Knights Templar. He was proceded in death by his parents, Bernard F and Helen Kononpack; a sister Mrs Francis Leal; and a brother, John. Surviving are his wife, the former Flossie Davis; two sons, Robert D Konopack of New Lenox and Orin Hammerschmidt of Corvallis, Oreago; Seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The family suggested memorials to the heart fund.

 

 

Bernard Francis Konopack and Flossie Blanche Davis. Marriage License on 29 Apr 1916 in MR6 page 100 - Tippecanoe county, Indiana. They were married on 30 Apr 1916 in Colfax, Tippecanoe County, Indiana - by Rev Smith. Death of one spouse Oct 1970 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Reference ID was MR 6p100. They had 1 child.

i.

Robert Davis Konopack. He was born on 14 Nov 1918 in Joliet, Will, Illinois. He married Thelma Arlene Wix. They were married on 09 Apr 1942 in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. He died on 22 Mar 2010 in Adams County, Quincy, Illinois. Veteran was Veteran_Army. Buried: in Elwood, Will, Illinois, USA (Abraham Lincoln national Cemetery).

Notes for Robert Davis Konopack:

General Notes:

 

This was written by Bob Konopack, Jr.

 

Upon mustering out of the United States Army Air Corps in 1946 dad went back to work for the Public Service Company of Joliet. He had available to him at that time the resources of s G.I. bill designed to help servicemen purchase homes. The intent of course was to make it easier for servicemen to finance a home after coming back from the war. This bill had no provisions for any kind of construction loan, however, after the home was built, it was available for the G.I financing.

 

Dad was able to aquire the property at what was to become 142 Hawthorne Street and to build a house through his grandfather Peter Davis. Grandpa Davis supplied $7000 @ 6% interest until dad could secure the money offered to servicemen through this bill.

 

We were living at 408 Western Avenue in Joliet, Illinois at this time with Grandma Agnes Wix, our mother's mother. I'm not sure of the date that we moved into the new house, but think that it was sometime in 1948. I can remember being excited as my parents were anticipating being home owners. Just a few days before the big moving event, we had a minor catastrophe, something caused the furnace to belch clouds of soot through the system backing up through the vents and ruin the paint all throughout the house. Moving in had to be postponed until everything could be cleaned and repainted. But then, the big day came and the four of us moved into our brand new home. Mom and Dad, Rick and I had a wonderful new home with a large double lot to play in. We were the first new house to be built on Hawthorne Street other than the farm house that had been there for years.

 

 

May 11, 2010

By DENISE M. BARAN-UNLAND For Sun-Times Media

 

Betty Webster said her Army pilot father, Robert Konopack of New Lenox, often commanded his five children, "Shoulders back! Chest out!"

"He wanted us to have good posture," Wagner, of Washington, Ill., said. "He was strict and not too cuddly, but he had a good sense of humor and was very proud of his family. He loved to tell military stories about flying. He was a hard worker, but I'm sad that he didn't have more fun. He taught me a good work ethic, true politeness and respect for his country. He believed in the Lord Jesus Christ, which gave him hope that there was something more than this life."

 

(Robert Konopack and his wife Thelma)

Konopack was 91 when he died March 22. He was a resident of the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy. As a boy, Konopack enjoyed sports. His eighth grade basketball team won a championship. He began flying as a teen and enlisted before the start of World War II. He became an air cadet in 1943 and worked as a flight instructor. After leaving the Army, Konopack hoped to fly commercial planes. That never happened, due to his wife's objections and the Christmas tree light that exploded and blinded his left eye. Years later, a car accident left him a partial quadriplegic.

 

Years before the accident, Konopack was a justice of the peace who gave essay assignments to juvenile offenders. Ironically, one of the couples for whom he performed a marriage ceremony later became the parents of Betty's husband. Konopack was also a self-employed wholesaler that supplied a variety of products to local stores.

 

 

"You name it, he probably had it," said Konopack's son, Bob Konopack, of Florida. "Our basement and garage was full and he rented other spaces, too. If he had to fill an order, he might have to run all over New Lenox to get it."

 

 

When a changing market forced him from business, Konopack traveled the country as a merchandise representative. After the accident, he went back on the road, with his wife Thelma helping him. She understood his love for the business. He met her while selling light bulbs door to door.

 

 

"The door opened and there was Thelma," Betty said. "My mother was very beautiful. She had three beaus on the string, but my dad won her over. Maybe he wasn't that shy when he was younger."

 

 

Twenty years ago, Konopack participated in a Wisconsin event that featured retro World War II planes. Once the AT-10 -- the training plane with one cockpit he flew as an instructor -- was off the ground, Konopack was allowed to fly it. He even performed a loop.

 

 

"These pilots were amazed at the hours he had amassed," Robert said

 

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Notes for Robert Davis Konopack:

General Notes:

 

This was written by Bob Konopack, Jr.

 

Upon mustering out of the United States Army Air Corps in 1946 dad went back to work for the Public Service Company of Joliet. He had available to him at that time the resources of s G.I. bill designed to help servicemen purchase homes. The intent of course was to make it easier for servicemen to finance a home after coming back from the war. This bill had no provisions for any kind of construction loan, however, after the home was built, it was available for the G.I financing.

 

Dad was able to aquire the property at what was to become 142 Hawthorne Street and to build a house through his grandfather Peter Davis. Grandpa Davis supplied $7000 @ 6% interest until dad could secure the money offered to servicemen through this bill.

 

We were living at 408 Western Avenue in Joliet, Illinois at this time with Grandma Agnes Wix, our mother's mother. I'm not sure of the date that we moved into the new house, but think that it was sometime in 1948. I can remember being excited as my parents were anticipating being home owners. Just a few days before the big moving event, we had a minor catastrophe, something caused the furnace to belch clouds of soot through the system backing up through the vents and ruin the paint all throughout the house. Moving in had to be postponed until everything could be cleaned and repainted. But then, the big day came and the four of us moved into our brand new home. Mom and Dad, Rick and I had a wonderful new home with a large double lot to play in. We were the first new house to be built on Hawthorne Street other than the farm house that had been there for years.

 

 

May 11, 2010

By DENISE M. BARAN-UNLAND For Sun-Times Media

 

Betty Webster said her Army pilot father, Robert Konopack of New Lenox, often commanded his five children, "Shoulders back! Chest out!"

"He wanted us to have good posture," Wagner, of Washington, Ill., said. "He was strict and not too cuddly, but he had a good sense of humor and was very proud of his family. He loved to tell military stories about flying. He was a hard worker, but I'm sad that he didn't have more fun. He taught me a good work ethic, true politeness and respect for his country. He believed in the Lord Jesus Christ, which gave him hope that there was something more than this life."

 

(Robert Konopack and his wife Thelma)

Konopack was 91 when he died March 22. He was a resident of the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy. As a boy, Konopack enjoyed sports. His eighth grade basketball team won a championship. He began flying as a teen and enlisted before the start of World War II. He became an air cadet in 1943 and worked as a flight instructor. After leaving the Army, Konopack hoped to fly commercial planes. That never happened, due to his wife's objections and the Christmas tree light that exploded and blinded his left eye. Years later, a car accident left him a partial quadriplegic.

 

Years before the accident, Konopack was a justice of the peace who gave essay assignments to juvenile offenders. Ironically, one of the couples for whom he performed a marriage ceremony later became the parents of Betty's husband. Konopack was also a self-employed wholesaler that supplied a variety of products to local stores.

 

 

"You name it, he probably had it," said Konopack's son, Bob Konopack, of Florida. "Our basement and garage was full and he rented other spaces, too. If he had to fill an order, he might have to run all over New Lenox to get it."

 

 

When a changing market forced him from business, Konopack traveled the country as a merchandise representative. After the accident, he went back on the road, with his wife Thelma helping him. She understood his love for the business. He met her while selling light bulbs door to door.

 

 

"The door opened and there was Thelma," Betty said. "My mother was very beautiful. She had three beaus on the string, but my dad won her over. Maybe he wasn't that shy when he was younger."

 

 

Twenty years ago, Konopack participated in a Wisconsin event that featured retro World War II planes. Once the AT-10 -- the training plane with one cockpit he flew as an instructor -- was off the ground, Konopack was allowed to fly it. He even performed a loop.

 

 

"These pilots were amazed at the hours he had amassed," Robert said

 

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Notes for Robert Davis Konopack:

General Notes:

 

This was written by Bob Konopack, Jr.

 

Upon mustering out of the United States Army Air Corps in 1946 dad went back to work for the Public Service Company of Joliet. He had available to him at that time the resources of s G.I. bill designed to help servicemen purchase homes. The intent of course was to make it easier for servicemen to finance a home after coming back from the war. This bill had no provisions for any kind of construction loan, however, after the home was built, it was available for the G.I financing.

 

Dad was able to aquire the property at what was to become 142 Hawthorne Street and to build a house through his grandfather Peter Davis. Grandpa Davis supplied $7000 @ 6% interest until dad could secure the money offered to servicemen through this bill.

 

We were living at 408 Western Avenue in Joliet, Illinois at this time with Grandma Agnes Wix, our mother's mother. I'm not sure of the date that we moved into the new house, but think that it was sometime in 1948. I can remember being excited as my parents were anticipating being home owners. Just a few days before the big moving event, we had a minor catastrophe, something caused the furnace to belch clouds of soot through the system backing up through the vents and ruin the paint all throughout the house. Moving in had to be postponed until everything could be cleaned and repainted. But then, the big day came and the four of us moved into our brand new home. Mom and Dad, Rick and I had a wonderful new home with a large double lot to play in. We were the first new house to be built on Hawthorne Street other than the farm house that had been there for years.

 

 

May 11, 2010

By DENISE M. BARAN-UNLAND For Sun-Times Media

 

Betty Webster said her Army pilot father, Robert Konopack of New Lenox, often commanded his five children, "Shoulders back! Chest out!"

"He wanted us to have good posture," Wagner, of Washington, Ill., said. "He was strict and not too cuddly, but he had a good sense of humor and was very proud of his family. He loved to tell military stories about flying. He was a hard worker, but I'm sad that he didn't have more fun. He taught me a good work ethic, true politeness and respect for his country. He believed in the Lord Jesus Christ, which gave him hope that there was something more than this life."

 

(Robert Konopack and his wife Thelma)

Konopack was 91 when he died March 22. He was a resident of the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy. As a boy, Konopack enjoyed sports. His eighth grade basketball team won a championship. He began flying as a teen and enlisted before the start of World War II. He became an air cadet in 1943 and worked as a flight instructor. After leaving the Army, Konopack hoped to fly commercial planes. That never happened, due to his wife's objections and the Christmas tree light that exploded and blinded his left eye. Years later, a car accident left him a partial quadriplegic.

 

Years before the accident, Konopack was a justice of the peace who gave essay assignments to juvenile offenders. Ironically, one of the couples for whom he performed a marriage ceremony later became the parents of Betty's husband. Konopack was also a self-employed wholesaler that supplied a variety of products to local stores.

 

 

"You name it, he probably had it," said Konopack's son, Bob Konopack, of Florida. "Our basement and garage was full and he rented other spaces, too. If he had to fill an order, he might have to run all over New Lenox to get it."

 

 

When a changing market forced him from business, Konopack traveled the country as a merchandise representative. After the accident, he went back on the road, with his wife Thelma helping him. She understood his love for the business. He met her while selling light bulbs door to door.

 

 

"The door opened and there was Thelma," Betty said. "My mother was very beautiful. She had three beaus on the string, but my dad won her over. Maybe he wasn't that shy when he was younger."

 

 

Twenty years ago, Konopack participated in a Wisconsin event that featured retro World War II planes. Once the AT-10 -- the training plane with one cockpit he flew as an instructor -- was off the ground, Konopack was allowed to fly it. He even performed a loop.

 

 

"These pilots were amazed at the hours he had amassed," Robert said

 

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13.

Lena Marie Davis-4 (Leona Stook-3, Benjamin S Stook-2, Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). She was born on 14 Oct 1895 in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana. She died Jan 1975 in Kokomo, Indiana [3, 3, 4, 4]. Burial Jan 1975. Buried: in Michigantown, Clinton, Indiana, USA (Whitman Cemetery).

Notes for Lena Marie Davis:

General Notes:

THE DEATH OF LENA MARIE McCOY

Michigantown - Mrs. Lena Marie McCoy, 79, of Michigantown, died at 3:15 PM, Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital, Kokomo, after a two-day illness. Born at Colfax, she had been a life resident of Clinton County and was a retired employee of National Cigar Company at Frankfort. In 1917 she was married to Russell R. McCoy, who died in 1973. Surviving are three sons, Russell Dale McCoy of R#1, Nabb; William L. McCoy of Fairdale, Ky., and Ronald D. McCoy of Kokomo; five daughters, Mrs. H. L. Lamm and Mrs. Gordon Russell, both of Lebanon, Mrs. Raymond Russell of Michigantown, Mrs. Helen Edwards of Indianapolis and Mrs. Leonard Alexander of Frankfort.

 

 

Russel Raymond McCoy is the son of William Alva McCoy and Daisy Catherine Crick. He was born on 06 Dec 1894 in New Hope, Indinan [8, 8, 9, 9]. Burial Apr 1973 in Whiteman Cemetery,Clinton Co. IN. He died on 25 Apr 1973 in Michigantown, Clinton county, Indiana [8, 8, 9, 9].

Russel Raymond McCoy and Lena Marie Davis. Marriage License on 10 Feb 1914 in MR5 page 153, Tippecanoe county, Indiana. They were married on 11 Feb 1914 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Death of one spouse 1973 in Clinton County, Indiana. Reference ID was MR 5p153. They had 7 children.

Relationship Notes:

County: Tippecanoe

Name: Lena C McCoy

Father: E

Gender: F

Age: 19

Marriage Date: 20 Sep 1905

Book: S-21

Original Source Page: 31

 

 

 

i.

Leona McCoy. She was born Abt. 1915.

ii.

William L. McCoy. He was born on 21 May 1915 [10, 10]. He died on 06 May 1990 [10, 10].

iii.

Nettie McCoy. She was born Abt. 1916.

iv.

Russell Dale McCoy. He was born 1917.

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v.

Ronald D. McCoy. He was born 1921.

vi.

Helen Francis McCoy. She was born on 02 Mar 1927 in Clinton county Indiana. She married Claude E Edwards. They were married on 03 Sep 1948. She died on 01 Apr 1988.

vii.

Jonnie Jane McCoy. She was born Mar 1938. She died on 05 Apr 1938. Burial in Near Jefferson, Clinton county, Indiana.

Notes for Jonnie Jane McCoy:

General Notes:

 

INFANT MCCOY

Frankfort, April 5 - Jane McCoy, two weeks old daughter of Mr and Mrs Russell McCoy, ill since birth, died at the family home west of Jefferson, near Fickle, at 8:45 o'clock, this morning. Burial was made this afternoon near Jefferson.

 

 

14.

Ferris Earl (Elon) Davis-4 (Leona Stook-3, Benjamin S Stook-2, Samuel A Stuck Stook-1). He was born on 29 Nov 1896 in Clinton County, Indiana. Burial Dec 1945 in Plainview Cemetery, Colfax, Indiana. He died on 08 Dec 1945 in IN. Buried: in Colfax, Clinton County, Indiana (Plainview cemetery).

Mary Adeline Smith. She was born on 09 Nov 1899. She died 1933 in IN. Buried: in Colfax Clinton county, Indiana (Plainview Cemetery).

Ferris Earl (Elon) Davis and Mary Adeline Smith. They were married on 14 Jul 1917 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. Marriage License on 14 Jul 1917 in MR# 6 page 431, Tippecanoe County, Indiana. They had 6 children.

i.

Earl Davis. He was born on 30 May 1918 in Clinton County, Indiana.

ii.

Ann Davis. She was born 1919.

iii.

Carrol Ruby Davis. She was born on 16 Dec 1920.

iv.

Rosmary Davis. She was born Abt. 1922.

v.

Irene Davis. She was born 1925.

vi.

Ilene Davis. She was born 1925.

Mabel M Freeman.

Ferris Earl (Elon) Davis and Mabel M Freeman. They were married on 20 Feb 1940 in Tippecanoe county, Indiana. They had no children.

Sources
1

Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Apr 18, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.90402.18

2

Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: May 14, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.111.6.138678.143

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3

Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Apr 24, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.11698.174

4

Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Apr 26, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.11698.174

5

Tippecanoe county, Indiana - Marriage Record, #24 - page- 33.

6

Tippecanoe county Marriage Record., MR#24 page 23.

7

Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: May 14, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.111.6.138678.141

8

Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Apr 24, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.11730.92

9

Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Apr 26, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.11730.92

10

Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Apr 26, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.112.6.11744.67

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