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ALBAUGH GENEALOGY FULL DATA
the Albaugh Clan, pioneers in New Jersey, Maryland, Ohio
and Priscilla Albaugh, the Fayette County, Iowa connection
with Zacharia 1 Caleb Thompson and Priscilla Albaugh and their
descendents out of Brush Creek or Arlington, Fayette County, Iowa

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....Zachariah Caleb 1 Thompson and Priscilla Albaugh came to Brush Creek or Arlington, Fayette County, Iowa, in 1865, following the lead of sons Samuel and Morris J.  who pioneered in the Taylorville/Brush Creek area in 1854. Sons William and Alex would soon remove to Fayette County ....The Thompson's were a true pioneer family in the southeast corner and central part of Fayette County, Iowa, in the early 1850's,  and in Harrison/Carroll County, Ohio in the 1820's.  All of  the other Thompson children would migrate to Fayette County, Iowa, and many descendents would move as pioneer farmers to the west as land opened up in the 1870's through the 1890's.
 ..... Priscilla Albaugh (1805-1879) would meet and marry Zachariah Caleb 1 Thompson (1796-1880) on January 15, 1822, in New Rumley Twp., Harrison Co., Ohio. The Thompson's were of Scottish background, having immigrated to American as part of the Scotch-Irish movement in the early 1700's. The Thompson Story will be told on another page.  Zach Caleb 1 Thompson had migrated at the age of 21 from Maryland to Harrison Co., Ohio, in 1817.  Zach and Priscilla would farm and have ten children in Harrison Co., Ohio. In 1854, two of their children Samuel and Morris Jackson Thompson would migrate and be very early settlers near Taylorsville, three miles to the NxNW of Brush Creek (later in 1895 renamed Arlington), Iowa.   Brush Creek however, would soon become the dominate village in the area for the Thompson Clan.  Other children would also migrate to Brush Creek with their siblings, and settle in Fayette County around Brush Creek, Fayette, Wadena, Elgin, West Union, Grannis Canyon.
.... Samuel (my gggrandfather) would die on the way back to Ohio in 1864 (or 1865, the date being somewhat in question), perhaps to get the parents, and be buried in Allen Cemetery (the first lot in row 6, the stone probably being broken and thrown away, so in 2000 the grave would be unmarked) in Harrison Co. Thus in 1865, Zach C 1, age 69, and Priscilla, age 60, would buy 120 acres of a government tract on the very southern edge of the tiny pioneer village of Brush Creek (the history of Brush Creek/Arlington is posted on other pages) and farm there until their deaths fifteen years later. The farm land was tall and wet grass prairie, located to the SE of the Six Corner Intersection at the south edge of Brush Creek. The old Mission Trail from Dubuque to Ft. Atkinson ran on the western edge of their land. Son Morris J. was farming two miles to the west of Brush Creek, and directly west of his father Zach 1.  Son Samuel had been farming in the Grannis Canyon area six miles to the north, and apparently ( my gggrandmother) Samuel's wife Martha Sherman Thompson, with six children (ages 1-10) were still on that farm when Zach and Priscilla arrived from Ohio, in 1865. When Samuel died on the way back to Ohio,  least some of Samuel's and Martha's children were taken in by Morris J.  Martha would go on the marry John Little, a Brush Creek farmer and cooper a couple of miles NW of Brush Creek (about one mile directly north of where Morris J. was farming and smithing).
.... Thus the Thompson/Albuagh Clan connection to Taylorsville, Brush Creek/Arlington, Fayette County, Iowa, began in 1854, with the migration of the sons, and of Zach Caleb I and Priscilla Albaugh Thompson in 1865, and the migration of several other children. Zach and Priscilla, Morris J. Eli, and William. are buried in Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Iowa, along with their spouses and some grandchildren.   Many of the grandchildren of Zach and Priscilla continued the pioneer migration to the west, during the last decades of the 1800's. The Clans were true American Pioneers.
....Every year the Thompson/Albaugh Clan out of Brush Creek, Iowa, holds an annual reunion, on the first Sunday in August at the Legion Hall in Arlington.  The 100th consecutive Thompson Reunion will be in the year 2004.

Descendants of Zachariah I Caleb Thompson

1 Zachariah I Caleb Thompson b: February 20, 1796 in Hartford Co, Maryland d: November 15, 1880 in Brush Creek, later Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa
.. +Priscilla Albaugh b: December 15, 1805 in Farm near Kilgore, Carroll Co., Ohio d: November 06, 1879 in Brush Creek, later Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa
.... 2 [1] William David Thompson b: January 12, 1823 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio d: August 02, 1894 in Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa
........ +Eliza Jane Stewart b: 1829 d: April 14, 1848 in Carroll Co., Ohio
.... *2nd Wife of [1] William David Thompson:
........ +Jane Capper b: December 04, 1825 in Carroll Co., Ohio d: 1905 in Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa
.... 2 Eli Isaac Thompson b: November 03, 1824 in Perryville, New Rumley Twp., Harrison Co, OH d: February 03, 1903 in Sargent, Custer Co., NE
........ +Eliza Kirby b: 1825 d: January 02, 1881
.... 2 Morris Thompson b: April 1826 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH d: July 01, 1826 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH
.... 2 Samuel Andrew Thompson I b: August 15, 1827 in Rumley Twp., Harrison County, Ohio d: April 07, 1865 in Trip to Harrison County, Ohio
........ +Martha Jane Sherman b: January 10, 1833 in Harrison County, Ohio d: January 25, 1921
.... 2 [2] Morris Jackson Thompson b: September 03, 1829 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH d: 1918 in Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa
........ +Sarah Jane Brown b: 1832 d: 1870 in Brush Creek, Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa
.... *2nd Wife of [2] Morris Jackson Thompson:
........ +Catherine H. Briney b: 1838 d: 1926 in Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa
.... 2 Catherine Thompson b: September 26, 1831 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH d: May 02, 1914 in Custer, Custer Co., Nebraska
........ +John Mordecai Amos b: March 25, 1831 in Pennsylvania d: July 13, 1907 in Wescott, Custer Co., Nebraska
.... 2 Alexander Thompson b: November 09, 1834 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH d: 1894 in Carroll Co, Ohio
....... +Lavina Foster b: 1832 d: 1909
.... 2 Martha Thompson b: May 15, 1836 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH d: 1911 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa
........ +William J. Allen b: 1836 in Carroll Co, Ohio d: 1909
.... 2 [3] Allen C. Thompson b: January 30, 1838 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH d: 1913
........ +Helen Matilda Billings b: 1853 d: April 17, 1921
.... *2nd Wife of [3] Allen C. Thompson:
........ +Louisa Sell b: 1841 d: 1912
.... 2 Elizabeth Thompson b: May 05, 1842 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH d: 1908
........ +Willian Henry Moore b: 1840 d: 1904
.... 2 David B. Thompson b: May 01, 1845 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH d: July 13, 1932 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa
........ +Mary Ellen Hill b: 1848 d: 1933

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Descendants of Adam Ahlbach

Generation No. 1

 

1. Adam1 Ahlbach was born April 01, 1633 in Ahlback, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany, and died June 03, 1715 in Ahlback, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany. He married Agnes Garhard. She died 1722.

Notes for Adam Ahlbach:

Just for interest: (email from Maurice Neverman, pacesetter@globaldialog.com

The year is 1632. No one knows the reason. Perhaps it was fear from

political changes in Tyrol. Perhaps it was to escape from something-who

knows? A young couple-still nameless-drifts from Tyrol, Austria, across

the mountain passes into Bavaria. For more unknown reasons they stop and

settle in a dorfer near Flemmersfeld. Dorfers are very small communites

where a couple of generations of one family, perhaps a couple of small

families huddle together for a modicum of comfort and protection from

raiding bands which plague the lawless countryside.

This particular dorfer is known informally as Ahlbach. It got its name

from a stream which coursed through the area. The "Ahl" part is a Celtic

word, left over from a time when the Celts controlled the area. The

"bach" part is a German word meaning brook or stream. People of the

area, known only by their given names were further identified as being

"of Ahlbach".

On April 1, 1633, a son was born to our mystery couple. He was duly

baptized with the name "Adam" in the Catholic Church in Flemmersfeld,

and that particular record may still be seen. Later records were

destroyed so official records of his marriage are missing.

A coin has supposedly been passed down from generation to generation to

the youngest son in the family. It was last believed to be in the

possession of an Albaugh family in Pennsylvania. One researcher is

said to claim that the "contracted Aust." on the coin means

"Ausstattung" denoting that Leopold had inherited rights to the Tyrol,

Burgundy, etc. This could just as easily mean that the ancestors came

from Burgundy, Carinthia or several other territories."

 

Child of Adam Ahlbach and Agnes Garhard is:

+ 2 i. Hans Theis2 Ahlbach, born in Germany; died March 26, 1731.

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. Hans Theis2 Ahlbach (Adam1) was born in Germany, and died March 26, 1731. He married Anna Margaretha Schnieder.

 

Child of Hans Ahlbach and Anna Schnieder is:

+ 3 i. Antonius Thonges Thuness3 Ahlbach, born 1663 in Flammersfeld, Germany; died in Germany.

 

Generation No. 3

 

3. Antonius Thonges Thuness3 Ahlbach (Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1663 in Flammersfeld, Germany, and died in Germany. He married Anna Margaretha Schneider March 31, 1688 in Flammersfeld, Germany. She was born 1663 in Flammersfeld, Germany.

More About Antonius Ahlbach and Anna Schneider:

Marriage: March 31, 1688, Flammersfeld, Germany

 

Child of Antonius Ahlbach and Anna Schneider is:

+ 4 i. Zachariah4 Ahlbach, born 1698 in Ahlback, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany; died Bef. April 07, 1776 in Libertytown, Frederick Co., Maryland.

 

Generation No. 4

 

4. Zachariah4 Ahlbach (Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1698 in Ahlback, Rhein-Pfalz, Germany, and died Bef. April 07, 1776 in Libertytown, Frederick Co., Maryland. He married Anna Dimeda Schumann November 09, 1718 in Elchen, Germany, daughter of Nolgen Schuchmann and Agness Unknown. She was born September 14, 1698 in Eychen, Germany, and died 1773 in Frederick Co., Maryland.

Notes for Zachariah Ahlbach:

THE ALBAUGH STORY (8/2000/BZ)

The Albaugh Clan of personal interest has its roots in the Rhien-Pfalz area of Germany in the 1600's and before. The line we know starts with Adam Ahlbach (1633-1715) x Agnes Gerhard (?-1722) >> Hans Theish Ahlbach (?-1731) x Anna Margaretha Schneider (?-?) >> Antonius Thonges Thuness Ahlbach x Anna Margaretha Schneider (1663-?) >> Zachariah Albauch (1689-bef. 1776) x Anna Dimeda Schumann (1698-1773). It will be Zachariah and Anna with their first three children that will immigrate to the American Colonies in the 1730's.

Zachariah Ahlbach, 45 (1689-bef. 1776), his wife Anna Schumann, 36 (1698--1773), with their first four children William, 11 (1723-1794), Anna Margretha, 8 (1726-bef. 1785), George Gerhard, 6 (1727-1789), Peter, 2 (1732-bef. 1811) arrived in the port of Philadelphia on September 23, 1734, aboard the ship "Hope" sailing from the port of Rotterdam. The family made the same migration followed by many other German immigrants to the American Colonies during this time period, and would apparently settle and farm in New Jersey, from about 1735 to the early 1750's. All of the other children were born in New Jersey; Charity (aft. 1734-aft. 1782), Zachariah II (Abt. 1737-1782), John W. (1740-1811), Eve (1744-?).

In the early 1750's, at the age of over 60 years, Zachariah I, started taking out leases on land in Frederick County, Maryland and begin farming. Eventually all of the children would migrate into the Frederick County area, with one to three coming later, one of interest being George Gerhard Ahlbaugh (1727-1789).

Georege Gerhard would marry Anna Mary Pittenger (1728-1802) about 1760. The couple farmed in New Jersey and moved into the Maryland area around the rest of the Albaugh's that were farming there. They raised nine children one of which, the second oldest, Morris (1762-1833) was born in New Jersey before the move to Maryland.

Morris Albaugh would marry Mary Catherine Boehmer (1766-1843) in Maryland in 1786, and farm in Maryland while having seven of their ten children. At the age of 40, Morris would migrate with his family to Ohio, in 1802. He was one of the first pioneers into Ohio, being reported as the first settler in Loudon Twp., Carroll (Harrison) Co., Ohio, in 1802. Pioneer migrations into an area was often followed by other members of the same nationality and other immediate family members. At least five of Morris's siblings would follow him to Ohio; Anna, John Peter, George II, William, Elizabeth. The youngest child of Morris and Mary, was Priscilla.

Priscilla Albaugh (1805-1879) would meet and marry Zachariah C. Thompson (1796-1880) on January 15, 1822, in New Rumley Twp., Harrison Co., Ohio. The Thompson's were of Scottish background, having immigrated to American as part of the Scotch-Irish movement in the early 1700's. The Thompson Story will be told on another page. Zach Thompson had migrated at the age of 21 from Maryland to Harrison Co., Ohio, in 1817. Zach and Priscilla would farm and have ten children in Harrison Co. In 1856, two of their children Sameul and Morris Jackson Thompson would migrate and be very early settlers of Brush Creek (later Arlington), Iowa. Other children would also migrate to Brush Creek with their siblings. Samuel (my gggranfather) would die on the way back to Ohio, perhaps to get the parents, and be buried in Allen Cemetery in Harrison Co. Thus in 1865, Zach C, age 69, and Priscilla, age 60, would buy 120 acres of a government tract on the very southern edge of the tiny pioneer village of Brush Creek (the history of Brush Creek/Arlington is on other pages} and farm their until their deaths fifteen years later. The farm land was tall and wet grass prairie, located on the SE of the Sex Corner Intersection at the south edge of Brush Creek. The Mission Trail to from Dubuque to Ft. Atkinson ran on the western edge of their land. Son Morris J. was farming two miles to the west. Son Samuel had been farming in the Grannis Hollow area six miles to the north, and apparently my GGGrandmother, Samuel's wife Martha Sherman Thompson, with six children (1-10) were still on that farm when Zack and Priscilla arrived from Ohio, in 1865.

Thus the Thompson/Albuagh Clan connection to Brush Creek/Arlington, Iowa, began in 1856, with the migration of the sons, and of Zach C. Thompson and Priscilla Albaugh in 1865, and the migration of several other children. Zach and Priscilla, Morris J. Eli, and William. are buried in Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Iowa. Many of the grandchildren of Zach and Priscilla continued the pioneer migration to the west, during the last decades of the 1800's. The Clans were true American Pioneers.

 

 

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Notes shared by Maurice Neverman, Watertown, Wisconsin, 8/2000, Maurice has supplied ALL of my information on the Albuagh Surname as of 8/2000.

------Some of the facts about the first family of Ahlbach/Ahlbaugh to American are relatively well accepted by researchers of the line. This includes their origin, their marriage and their movement to America. But then differences can ensue about who on the ship "Hope" were members of which family, since two families, that of Zachariah and that of Johan Wilhelm were represented.

 

------A few assumptions, seemingly accurate, are:

1. The marriage date of Johan Wilhelm and Anna would seem to indicate that Joanis Wilhelm, and Joanis Gerhard were sons of Zachariah. Since the name Joanis was a name often given to male children of German families, it was not the given name by which they would be known. Thus Joanis Wilhelm became William and Joanis Gerhard became Gerhard in American versions. Many descendants, however, have retained the name John Gerhard. There is a a claim at this time that the family ascribed to Gerhard is actually a family belonging to George Albaugh. This writer (Maurice Neverman) believes sufficient evidence exists to show Gerhard and George are the same person. Further explanation is given in notes on his Family Group Sheet.

2. Since Zachariah and wife bore a son some five years later and named him Peter, it would indicate that the Joanis Peter on the ship was a son of Johan Wilhelm.

3. As with the former, Ann Margaret would seem to be a Daughter of Zachariah. Additional proof is indicated when in later years he named Ann Margaret as resident on rented lands.

4. Five additional children were born to Zachariah and Anna in America. They were Charity, Peter, John W., Eve, and Zachariah II. In American, rather than German fashion, John W. was named John as a given in this event.

 

------The family proceeded to New Jersey where little is known of their existence other than a few church records. In the middle to late 1750's Zachariah, at an age of almost 60 years, started taking out leases on land in Maryland. This might be attributed to two conditions:

1. The Maryland land was more of the type left behind in Germany when they emigrated.

2. Maryland, which had been a Catholic colony under Lord Baltimore, suddenly offered religious freedom to all immigrants.

 

------There is some more evidence that not all the family moved en mass. One son of George or Gerhard told years later that he was born in Penn. There is also evidence that Zachariah II, may have loitered along the way. However, there seems to be marks of them being in Maryland in later years.

------This brief summary has been compiled from the following supporting information:

Henry Z. Jones, Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists, acted in several movies under a contract to the Disney Studio and made enough money to pursue his first love which was genealogy. he had a German researcher, Carla Mittlestaadt-Kubasch, working full time for a number of years in Germany until her death. In his book, "The Palatine Families of New York", he mentions the Ahlbach's of Flammersfeld, having finally located them after years of research. He documents the findings in his book, "More Palatine Families--Some Immigrants in the Middle Colonies 1717-1779 and their European Origins Plus New Discoveries on German Families Who Arrived in Colonial New York in 1719." In a chapter titled, "Zacharia Ahlbach, Johann Wilhelm Ahlbach", he states: "The ancestral home of these two brothers was 5232 Flammersfeld, 21 km west of Hachenburg, Germany, with church books showing entries in 1669, but having gaps. The direct ancestors of the American family were Hans Theis Ahlbach, who died before 1703, and his wife Anna Margaretha.

-----Zacharias Ahlbach, son of Thonges Ahlbach-Sendschoffen at Ahlbach, married Anna Demuth on November 9, 1781, daughter of the late Nogen Schumann at Eychen. Zacharia Ahlback of Falmmersfeld moved to America in 1734, sold his estate to various persons for 40-260-...fl.

-----Zacharias Ohlbach, aged 36, was enrolled next to Zacharias Flomerfild, aged 21, and Johan Wilhelm Ohlbach, aged 28, on the ship "Hope Galley", with Daniel Riedt, Commander, September 23, 1734, upon their arrival in Philadelphia. Also on this vessell were Ann Dumat Ohlbach, aged 37, Anna Eliz. Ohlbach, aged 26, and children named Joanis Wilhelm Ohlbach, aged 11, Joanis Gerard Ohlbach, aged 6, Anna Margaret Ohlbach, aged 8, Gerderuth Margreat Ohlbach, aged 2, and Joanis Peter Ohlbach, aged 2 years. The surname is also written as Ahlbach on various rolls.

-----Albaugh, Zachariah, Samuel Beal's Account of Manocacye, 1760: Zechariah Albough (Lot 60 leased to him 1748), Maj. Joseph Wood, Wood's Farm. Calvert Papers, MHS(MS 174, film no. 10) "Frederick Co. Rent Rolls, 1760-61," WMG 2 (July 1986):111. Executed on February 1788, Frederick Co., Maryland. #1. A deposition taken February 14, 1788 of John Albaugh, Sr., Aged about 60y. #2. Deposition of Samuel Watts, aged about 38y, April 5, 1788. #3. Deposition of Zachariah Albaugh, aged about 38y, April 5, 1788 (Land Records, Frederick, Maryland, WRO Pages 196-197.

-----Albach, Zacharias of Flammersfeld moved to America 1734, sold his estate to various persons for 40+260...fl." (343 Sayn=Hachenburg Rechnungen).

----Zachariah Albaugh, September 23, 1734, arrived in Philidelphia on the ship, "Hope", Daniel Reid, Master, per Rotterdam with family (per Ships passenger list, Minute of the Provincial Council, Penn German Pioneers by Rupp).

-----Albaugh, Zachariah, Folder 40298-12. Jack, Negro slave of Wm. Renner, June 12, 1786. On June 11 at Col. Wood's mill dam...Jurors: Joseph Wood, Zachariah Albaugh, Anglebert Hartsock, Patricia A. Andersen. "Coroner's Inquest, 1778-1779, Frederick county." WMG 1: 84 (April 1985).

-----Albaugh, Zachariah, Samuel Beal's Account of Manocacyle, 1760:

-----Zechariah Albough (Lot 60 leased to him 1748), Maj. Joseph Wood, Wood's Farm. Calvert Papers, MHS (MS 174, film no. 10). "Frederick County Rent Rolls, 1760-61," WMG 2 (July, 1986): 111 (Bjorklund)

-----Records, Frederick, MD, WRO pages 196-197. Joan Coates.

-----Ahlbach, Zacharias I, document petitioning four men to take a survey of land called "Albaugh's Choice". The beginning or boundary black oak tree, for a tract of land called "Charity's Choice", had been removed. A large stone had been put in its place as a beginning boundary marker.

-----Ahlbach, Zachariah, born 1698 in Ahlbach, Rheinland Parish, Germany (per Immigrants to America, A-Bat, page 22, Edited by Frederick A. Virkus, 1965.

-----Ahlbach, Zacharia, son of Thonges Ahlbach-Sendschoffen at Ahlbach, married November 9, 1718, Anna Demuth, (#236) daughter of the late Nolgen Schuman at Eychen. Anna Demuth daughter of Nolgen Schuchman and Agnes--couple at Eychen, was bpt September 14, 1698--sp.: Thones Klein at Hoben, and Gerhard, son of Johan Zilles at Neiter Ehren (Niederahren) in parish Schoneberg/Nolgen Schumann had married October 24, `688 as Nolgen Rohtt, widower here, to Agnes, widow of Conradt Kescheit at Eychen; Agnes, wife of Nolgen Schumann at Eychen, died December 13, 1706, aged 47 yrs.

-----Albach, Zachariah, in 1735, at the request of his father, who was agent for the Society, Lewis Morris, Jr., went several times to the tract to take leases per the settlers. he found 98 families seated on it beside those on the part claimed by Coxe and Kirbride, called Coxe's and Kirbride's 10,000 acres. They consented to sign leases, which were delivered to the succeeding Agent, Mr. Thyn (See Liber M, 361, Burlington Records).

More About Zachariah Ahlbach:

Burial: Union Chapel, Libertytown, Maryland

Notes for Anna Dimeda Schumann:

-------Daughter of Nolgen and Aganess Schuchmann, baptized September 16, 1698.

-----Ohlbach, Anna Dumat, age 37, listed in, "List of the Passengers on Board the Ship Hope Galley, Daniel Reidt, Commander (from "Pennsylvania German Pioneers", Vol 1, Strassburger and Hinke).

00000Schumann, Anna Demuth, wife of Zacharia Ahlbach (source, "Family History Center--IGI Germany F#1760763, File BGJ6JJ, per Paul).

More About Anna Dimeda Schumann:

Burial: Liberty Chapel Cemetery

More About Zachariah Ahlbach and Anna Schumann:

Marriage: November 09, 1718, Elchen, Germany

 

Children of Zachariah Ahlbach and Anna Schumann are:

5 i. Unknown5 Albauch, born April 20, 1721 in Flammersfeld, Germany; died 1721.

6 ii. William Albauch, born March 07, 1723/24 in Flammersfeld, Germany; died January 13, 1794 in Frederick Co., Maryland. He married Magdalena Unknown Abt. 1750.

More About William Albauch and Magdalena Unknown:

Marriage: Abt. 1750

7 iii. Anna Margaretha Albauch, born 1726 in Flammersfeld, Germany; died Bef. 1785 in Frederick Co., Maryland. She married John Arnold Abt. 1746.

More About John Arnold and Anna Albauch:

Marriage: Abt. 1746

+ 8 iv. George Gerhard Albaugh, born March 08, 1727/28 in Flammersfeld, Germany; died February 13, 1789 in Bedford, St. George Co., Maryland.

9 v. Peter Albauch, born February 24, 1732/33 in New Jersey; died Bef. September 09, 1811 in Frederick Co., Maryland. He married Gertraud Anna Charity Schmidt January 20, 1761.

More About Peter Albauch and Gertraud Schmidt:

Marriage: January 20, 1761

10 vi. Charity Albaugh, born Aft. 1734; died Aft. 1782 in Frederick Co., Maryland. She married Reinhard Waltz Abt. 1763 in Frederick Co., Maryland.

More About Reinhard Waltz and Charity Albaugh:

Marriage: Abt. 1763, Frederick Co., Maryland

11 vii. Zachariah II Albauch, born Abt. 1737 in America, New Jersey; died 1782 in Frederick Co., Maryland. He met Susanna Unknown Abt. 1763 in Frederick Co., Maryland.

More About Zachariah Albauch and Susanna Unknown:

Unknown-Begin: Abt. 1763, Frederick Co., Maryland

12 viii. John W. Albaugh, born April 01, 1740 in New Jersey; died 1811. He met Mary Catherine Unknown Abt. 1755 in Frederick Co., Maryland.

More About John Albaugh and Mary Unknown:

Unknown-Begin: Abt. 1755, Frederick Co., Maryland

13 ix. Eve Albaugh, born Abt. 1744 in New Jersey. She married (1) Phillip Danner February 17, 1760. She married (2) Johan Bihmer June 12, 1787.

More About Phillip Danner and Eve Albaugh:

Marriage: February 17, 1760

More About Johan Bihmer and Eve Albaugh:

Marriage: June 12, 1787

 

Generation No. 5

 

8. George Gerhard5 Albaugh (Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born March 08, 1727/28 in Flammersfeld, Germany, and died February 13, 1789 in Bedford, St. George Co., Maryland. He married Anne Marie Pittenger Abt. 1760 in NJ. She was born 1728, and died 1802 in Route from Penn. to Ohio.

Notes for George Gerhard Albaugh:

Note: Name may also be George Gerhart Albaugh.

Joanis Gerhard Ohlback, age 6, was on the passenger list of the ship "Hope Galley," under the command of Captain Daniel Riedt, (from Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Vol., 1, Strassburger and Hinke).

John Gerhard Ahlbach, September 23, 1734, arrived in Philadelphia on the ship "Hope", Daniel Reid, Master, per Rotterdam with family, (per ships passenger lists, minutes of the Provincial Council, Pennsylvania German Pioneers by Rupp, per Paul)

More About George Gerhard Albaugh:

Occupation: Farmer

More About George Albaugh and Anne Pittenger:

Marriage: Abt. 1760, NJ

 

Children of George Albaugh and Anne Pittenger are:

14 i. Jane6 Albaugh, born Abt. 1756 in Frederick Co., Ohio. She married Unknown Beamer.

+ 15 ii. Morris Albaugh, born May 17, 1762 in New Jersey; died May 16, 1832 in Kilgore, Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio (per tombstone).

16 iii. Ann Maria Albaugh, born Bef. 1763 in Hunterdon Co., New Jersey; died Bef. 1820 in Ohio. She married Henry Beamer August 02, 1785 in Frederick Co., Maryland; born 1760; died 1828.

More About Henry Beamer and Ann Albaugh:

Marriage: August 02, 1785, Frederick Co., Maryland

+ 17 iv. John Peter Albaugh, born 1767 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died April 07, 1848 in Carroll Co, Ohio.

18 v. Eve Albaugh, born February 1770 in Hunterdon Co., New Jersey; died Bef. 1820. She married John Peter Beamer June 12, 1787 in Frederick Co., Maryland; born 1767; died April 07, 1848.

More About John Beamer and Eve Albaugh:

Marriage: June 12, 1787, Frederick Co., Maryland

19 vi. Anna Mary Albaugh, born 1772 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died Bef. 1820 in Ohio. She married Adam Beamer August 02, 1785 in Frederick Co., Maryland.

More About Adam Beamer and Anna Albaugh:

Marriage: August 02, 1785, Frederick Co., Maryland

20 vii. George Albaugh, born March 25, 1772 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died September 03, 1813 in Leavittsville, Carroll Co., Ohio. He married Catherine Springer June 20, 1798 in Glade Reformed Church, Walkersville, Frederick Co., Maryland.

More About George Albaugh:

Burial: Leavittsville Cemetery, Carroll Co., Ohio

Note: Name spelling Allbach

More About George Albaugh and Catherine Springer:

Marriage: June 20, 1798, Glade Reformed Church, Walkersville, Frederick Co., Maryland

21 viii. Maria Catrina Albaugh, born August 27, 1774. She married Johann Beamer.

22 ix. William Albaugh, born May 21, 1776 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died January 12, 1844 in Del Roy, Carroll Co., Ohio. He married (1) Mary Weaver March 19, 1803 in Frederick Co., Maryland; born 1778; died May 02, 1845. He married (2) Elizabeth Deems June 06, 1809 in Jefferson Co., Ohio.

More About William Albaugh:

Burial: Big Spring Cemetery, Monroe Twp.,Carroll Co., Ohio

More About William Albaugh and Mary Weaver:

Marriage: March 19, 1803, Frederick Co., Maryland

More About William Albaugh and Elizabeth Deems:

Marriage: June 06, 1809, Jefferson Co., Ohio

23 x. Elizabeth Albaugh, born May 09, 1779 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died December 24, 1863 in Van Wert Co., Ohio. She married (1) Peter Smith October 04, 1796. She married (2) Adam Beamer May 09, 1802 in Frederick Co., Maryland; born March 21, 1772; died January 29, 1840.

More About Elizabeth Albaugh:

Burial: Sugar Ridge Cemetery, Tully Twp., Van Wert Co., Ohio

More About Peter Smith and Elizabeth Albaugh:

Marriage: October 04, 1796

More About Adam Beamer and Elizabeth Albaugh:

Marriage: May 09, 1802, Frederick Co., Maryland

Note: Marrried by Old Mr. Beamers.

 

Generation No. 6

 

15. Morris6 Albaugh (George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born May 17, 1762 in New Jersey, and died May 16, 1832 in Kilgore, Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio (per tombstone). He married Mary Catherine Beamer January 27, 1786 in German Reform Church, Frederick Co., Maryland, daughter of George Beamer and Nancy Springer. She was born 1766, and died November 23, 1843 in Kilgore, Carroll Co., Ohio (per tombstone).

Notes for Morris Albaugh:

Morris Albaugh is thought to be the first settler of Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio, arriving in 1802.

Note: Also Listed as Mauritz and Mauritius in the Frederick Co., Maryland church records.

Census:

1820 was in North Twp., Harrison Co., Ohio

1830 in Rumley Twp., Harrison Co., Ohio, farmer.

Documents pertaining to his service in the Revolutionary War in document file folder #1322 of Maurice Neverman's genealogy files, 8/2000.

 

 

More About Morris Albaugh:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

Migration: 1802, First settler in Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

Military service: Revolutionary War

Occupation: Farmer

Notes for Mary Catherine Beamer:

Note: Listed as a Beamer in Maryland records.

gFr more on the Beamer/Boehmer line contact Marjorie Kern, mfkern@en.com

More About Mary Catherine Beamer:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

Note: Name spelled Bohmer in chruch records.

More About Morris Albaugh and Mary Beamer:

Marriage: January 27, 1786, German Reform Church, Frederick Co., Maryland

 

Children of Morris Albaugh and Mary Beamer are:

24 i. Elizabeth7 Albaugh, born 1781 in Frederick Co., Maryland. She married David Springer March 14, 1823 in Frederick Co., Maryland.

More About David Springer and Elizabeth Albaugh:

Marriage: March 14, 1823, Frederick Co., Maryland

25 ii. Christian Albaugh, born 1783 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died January 24, 1862 in Salem Twp., Jefferson Co., Ohio. He married Catherine Reiner August 05, 1804 in Frederick Co., Maryland.

More About Christian Albaugh:

Burial: Annapolis Cemetery, Salem Twp., Jefferson Co., Ohio

More About Christian Albaugh and Catherine Reiner:

Marriage: August 05, 1804, Frederick Co., Maryland

26 iii. George Albaugh, born June 13, 1789 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died May 14, 1851 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio. He married (1) Nancy Ann Springer August 26, 1813 in Jefferson Co., Ohio; born February 04, 1795; died August 18, 1826. He married (2) Elizabeth Ammons September 10, 1829 in Jefferson Co., Ohio.

More About George Albaugh and Nancy Springer:

Marriage: August 26, 1813, Jefferson Co., Ohio

More About George Albaugh and Elizabeth Ammons:

Marriage: September 10, 1829, Jefferson Co., Ohio

+ 27 iv. Soloman Albaugh, born August 11, 1791 in Walkerville, Frederick Co., Maryland; died December 12, 1863 in Kilgore, Carroll Co, Ohio.

28 v. Morris Albaugh, Jr., born 1792 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died 1855 in Vinton Co., Ohio. He married Betsy Elizabeth Stine August 12, 1816 in Jefferson Co., Ohio; born 1794.

More About Morris Albaugh and Betsy Stine:

Marriage: August 12, 1816, Jefferson Co., Ohio

29 vi. Margaret Barbara Albaugh, born March 19, 1796 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died October 27, 1855 in Carroll Co, Ohio. She married (1) Jacob Springer, Jr. January 24, 1816 in Harrison Co., Ohio; born 1791; died September 06, 1826. She married (2) Solomon Stine September 20, 1831 in LoudonTwp., Carroll Co., Ohio; born July 17, 1791; died October 04, 1862.

More About Margaret Barbara Albaugh:

Burial: Simmons Ridge Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

Called: Peggy

More About Jacob Springer and Margaret Albaugh:

Marriage: January 24, 1816, Harrison Co., Ohio

More About Solomon Stine and Margaret Albaugh:

Marriage: September 20, 1831, LoudonTwp., Carroll Co., Ohio

30 vii. Catherine B. Albaugh, born May 16, 1798 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died July 16, 1831 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio. She married Solomon Stine August 10, 1819 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio; born July 17, 1797; died October 04, 1862.

More About Catherine B. Albaugh:

Burial: Simmons Ridge Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

More About Solomon Stine and Catherine Albaugh:

Marriage: August 10, 1819, New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio

31 viii. William Albaugh, born 1802 in Harford County, Maryland; died November 06, 1879 in Richland, Shawnee Co., Kansas. He married (1) Sarah DenbowThompson September 18, 1823 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio; born 1801; died 1878. He married (2) Sarah Denbow Thompson September 18, 1823 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio; born 1801; died 1878 in Osage, Allen Co., Kansas.

Notes for Sarah DenbowThompson:

This is Zachariah Thompson's sister Sarah, who married Priscilla's brother.

More About William Albaugh and Sarah DenbowThompson:

Marriage: September 18, 1823, New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio

More About William Albaugh and Sarah Thompson:

Marriage: September 18, 1823, New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio

32 ix. Adam Albaugh, born 1805 in Frederick Co., Maryland; died 1817 in Kilogre, Carroll Co., Ohio.

More About Adam Albaugh:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

+ 33 x. Priscilla Albaugh, born December 15, 1805 in Farm near Kilgore, Carroll Co., Ohio; died November 06, 1879 in Brush Creek, later Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa.

 

17. John Peter6 Albaugh (George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1767 in Frederick Co., Maryland, and died April 07, 1848 in Carroll Co, Ohio. He married Sarah Leah Cook Bef. 1791 in Frederick Co., Maryland. She was born 1771, and died Bef. 1816.

More About John Peter Albaugh:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

More About John Albaugh and Sarah Cook:

Marriage: Bef. 1791, Frederick Co., Maryland

 

Child of John Albaugh and Sarah Cook is:

+ 34 i. John William7 Albaugh, born January 30, 1808 in Carroll Co, Ohio; died July 08, 1889 in Cedar Bluffs, Cedar County, Iowa.

 

Generation No. 7

 

27. Soloman7 Albaugh (Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born August 11, 1791 in Walkerville, Frederick Co., Maryland, and died December 12, 1863 in Kilgore, Carroll Co, Ohio. He married (1) Priscilla McKissen November 04, 1817 in New Rumley, Harrison Co., Ohio. She was born March 31, 1798, and died September 15, 1843 in Ohio. He married (2) Catherine Slates Shearer February 02, 1845 in Kilgore Co., Ohio, daughter of John Slates and Elizabeth Ruse. She was born August 18, 1812 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio, and died February 23, 1882 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.

More About Soloman Albaugh:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

Occupation: Farmer

Religion: Lutheran

More About Priscilla McKissen:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

Religion: Lutheran

More About Soloman Albaugh and Priscilla McKissen:

Marriage: November 04, 1817, New Rumley, Harrison Co., Ohio

More About Catherine Slates Shearer:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

More About Soloman Albaugh and Catherine Shearer:

Marriage: February 02, 1845, Kilgore Co., Ohio

 

Children of Soloman Albaugh and Priscilla McKissen are:

35 i. William J.8 Albaugh, born 1821 in Ohio; died October 16, 1915 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio. He married Catherine Sell October 26, 1843 in LoudonTwp., Carroll Co., Ohio; born February 28, 1820; died November 15, 1882.

More About William J. Albaugh:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

More About William Albaugh and Catherine Sell:

Marriage: October 26, 1843, LoudonTwp., Carroll Co., Ohio

36 ii. Catherine Albaugh, born Abt. 1823. She married Isaac Pratt November 17, 1842 in Carroll Co, Ohio; born 1817.

More About Isaac Pratt and Catherine Albaugh:

Marriage: November 17, 1842, Carroll Co, Ohio

37 iii. Margaret Albaugh, born March 09, 1827. She married Anthonly Sell March 02, 1845 in Carroll Co, Ohio; born 1827.

More About Anthonly Sell and Margaret Albaugh:

Marriage: March 02, 1845, Carroll Co, Ohio

38 iv. Robert Albaugh, born March 09, 1827 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio; died July 18, 1906 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio. He married Sarah Jane Lytle Abt. 1865 in Harrison Co., Ohio; born August 19, 1843.

More About Robert Albaugh:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

More About Robert Albaugh and Sarah Lytle:

Marriage: Abt. 1865, Harrison Co., Ohio

39 v. Hester C. Albaugh, born September 04, 1831; died January 15, 1898 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.

More About Hester C. Albaugh:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

40 vi. Solomon Albaugh, born Abt. 1833 in Ohio; died Abt. 1895. He married Helen I. Goff.

41 vii. Samuel Albaugh, born Abt. 1835 in Ohio; died Abt. 1895 in Ohio. He married Margaret Sell November 09, 1849 in Carrollton, Carroll Co, Ohio.

More About Samuel Albaugh and Margaret Sell:

Marriage: November 09, 1849, Carrollton, Carroll Co, Ohio

+ 42 viii. John Albaugh, born July 27, 1835 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio; died October 08, 1891 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio.

43 ix. James M. Albaugh, born July 27, 1837 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died November 04, 1926 in Jewett, Harrison Co., Ohio. He married Mary Elizatbeth Wrikeman Abt. 1860 in Carroll Co, Ohio; born 1840; died 1908.

More About James M. Albaugh:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

More About James Albaugh and Mary Wrikeman:

Marriage: Abt. 1860, Carroll Co, Ohio

44 x. Mary Albaugh, born Abt. 1838 in Ohio.

 

Child of Soloman Albaugh and Catherine Shearer is:

45 i. Adam8 Albaugh, born October 19, 1845 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio; died April 22, 1903. He married Elizabeth Burrier; born 1852; died 1875.

 

33. Priscilla7 Albaugh (Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born December 15, 1805 in Farm near Kilgore, Carroll Co., Ohio, and died November 06, 1879 in Brush Creek, later Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa. She married Zachariah I Caleb Thompson January 15, 1822 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio, son of Andrew Thompson and Elizabeth Denbow. He was born February 20, 1796 in Hartford Co, Maryland, and died November 15, 1880 in Brush Creek, later Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa.

Notes for Priscilla Albaugh:

Born on her father's farm near Kilgore, Ohio. Her family were Lutherans and were instrumental in the establishment of the Lutheran Church at Kilgore.

More About Priscilla Albaugh:

Burial: Groat Cemetry, Arlington, Fayette Co., IA

Web Site: Http://albaugh.ourfamily.com

Notes for Zachariah I Caleb Thompson:

THOUGHTS REGARDING THE THOMPSON MIGRATION to FAYETTE COUNTY, IOWA, 10/2000/BZ---

POST TO ME IF YOU HAVE HARD INFO OR IDEAS, iowaz@hotmail.com

At this point in time 10/2000, I NEED HELP WITH MORE ACTUAL FACTS. It seems possible that the three Thompson brothers, Samuel, Morris J., William (wife was Jane Capper), and the Capper siblings of John, Jane, Drinda, and of course their Failes, all removed to Fayette Co. at the same time, starting the trip in the spring/summer of 1854 and arriving mid to late summer of 1854. Samuel and Morris J. taking up land 1 1/2 miles east of Taylorville, with William Thompson and John Capper taking up land 3-4 miles north of Wadena. All of the families would have been within 5-6 miles of each other.

The families of William Thompson and John Capper were living adjacent to each other in Pleasant Valley Twp., in Fayette Co., Iowa in the 1860 Census. John apparently was the brother of William's wife Jane Capper (I do not know that at this time; only an assumption). It appears that sister Drinda Capper (listed in the 1860 Census in John's household) had made the journey to Fayette County and was living with John's family. Since John's daughter Susana was born in Iowa, and five years old in 1860, it appears the John Capper, Jane Capper Thompson's brother had removed to Fayette Co., Iowa about the time Samuel and Morris Thompson came in the fall of 1854. John Capper must have taken up land close to that bought by William Thompson described below, just 3 miles north of Wadena. William and Jane's daughter Hanna Priscilla was born in Iowa in 1857.

There is a note in the 1962 edition of "Thompson Genealogy" which states the Morris J. and William were the two Thompson brothers to migrate to Fayette Co., Iowa in the fall of 1854, but we know that Morris J. and Samuel came together and took up land and farmed together, just east of Taylorville.

From the 1860 Fayette County Census data we know that by 1860, Samuel was farming between Fayette and Wadena near the Grannis Canyon/Valley area, Morris J. was farming near Brush Creek, William was farming north of Wadena adjacent to brother-in-law John Capper, and Alex had arrived in the area, probably about 1857, as his oldest child Charles was born in Iowa and was listed as two years old in the 1860 census, and he was farming near West Union. There is from Ohio, a James Thompson, born 1835, that is a blacksmith in Fayette in 1860, that I have not connected to our Thompson Clan, yet.

 

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LAND PURCHASE: This is the first official land entry I have found in the Fayette Co., books for William. The next time I get into the Fayette Co. Courthouse books, I will see what I can find for the Capper family.

---July 20, 1860, William David Thompson bought in Illyria Twp., SW , NE , Sec 10, T93, R7 (This is 40 acres of very hilly timbered land, 3 miles directly north of present day, 2000, Wadena), recorded in book J, page 597. William (1823-1894) is the oldest son of Zach C. and Priscilla Thompson. This is the first land transaction found for William in Fayette County, thus apparently he made the migration in late 1859 or early 1860 at the age of 37, with wife Jane Capper (1825Ohio-1905), son Stewart (1848Ohio-1894), daughter Eliza A. (1851Ohio-1919), son David C. (1852Ohio-1924), and daughter Hanna Priscilla (1857Iowa-1922).

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1860 FAYETTE COUNTY, IOWA, CENSUS INFORMATION

Fayette, IA 1860 Federal Census USGenWeb Census Project, http://www.usgenweb.org/census.

LN HN FN LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP. REAL VAL. PERS VAL. BIRTHPLACE MRD. SCH. R/W DDB

PLEASANT VALLEY TWP.,(town of Elgin area)CENSUS 1860 FAYETTE, CO., IOWA

15 706 619 Thompson Wm. 37 M Farmer 1,000 200 Ohio

16 706 619 Thompson Jane (Capper) 35 F Ohio

17 706 619 Thompson Steward 12 M Ohio X

18 706 619 Thompson Eliza A. 9 F Ohio X

19 706 619 Thompson David 8 M Ohio X

20 706 619 Thompson Persilla 3 F Iowa

21 707 620 Capper John 28 M Farmer 1,600 350 Ohio

22 707 620 Capper Susan 28 F Ireland

23 707 620 Capper Drinda 27 F Ohio

24 707 620 Capper Susana 5 F Iowa X

25 707 620 Capper Thomas J. 3 M Iowa

26 707 620 Capper Ellsie J. 1 F

WESTFIELD TWP., (town of Fayette area),CENSUS 1860 FAYETTE, CO., IOWA

38 1561 1331 Gould E. 30 M Blacksmith 100 New York

39 1561 1331 Thompson James 25 M Blacksmith 100 Ohio

9 1650 1411 Thompson Saml A. 32 M Farmer 1,600 Ohio

10 1650 1411 Thompson Martha J. 27 F Ohio

11 1650 1411 Thompson Mary P. 6 F Iowa X

12 1650 1411 Thompson Manda K.. 3 F Iowa

13 1650 1411 Thompson A. E. 2 F Iowa

14 1650 1411 Thompson Zachariah 2/12 M Iowa

WEST UNION TWP., CENSUS 1860 FAYETTE, CO., IOWA

35 1208 1077 Thompson Alexander 26 M Farmer 400 100 Ohio

36 1208 1077 Thompson Levina 26 F Ohio

37 1208 1077 Thompson Charles S. 2 M Iowa

38 1208 1077 Thompson Noah 1/12 M Iowa

39 1208 1077 Thompson I*ina 1/12 F Iowa

FAIRFIELD TWP., (town of Brush Creek/Arlington area,)CENSUS 1860 FAYETTE, CO., IOWA

40 2121 1842 Thompson Morris J. 31 M Farmer 1,000 600 Ohio

1 2121 1842 Thompson Sarah J. 27 F Ohio

2 2121 1842 Thompson Deloss 7 M Ohio X

3 2121 1842 Thompson John A. 5 M Ohio X

4 2121 1842 Thompson Margaret 4 F Iowa

5 2121 1842 Thompson Wm 1 M

 

 

Notes from "Thompson Genealogy," Second Edition, by Thomas Thompson, Sept. 1962:

------Joshia and Zachariah, Thompson brothers, took up an original land grant from the government, and received their land patent from Washington, D.C., 1824. In 1830, Zachariah, by purchase, owned the entire original tract. When the first Ohio census was taken in 1830, the original record shows Andrew Thompson family was taken first and the Zachariah family record is next in order. Andrew Thompson was a property holder, living on a 15 acre farm in 1830.

--------In 1865, Zachariah sold the Ohio land to James Amos (the Thompson and Amos Clans were neighbors and married) and moved to Brush Creek, Fayette, Co., Iowa, to join sons and family that had migrated into the area and set up farms.

--------All of the 11 children of Zach and Priscilla were born on the old farm in Ohio.

 

From the Early History of Harrison Co., Ohio, page 172: At the age of 21 (1817) Zach Thompson accompanied his parents to Ohio, and four years later (1821), he married Priscilla Albaugh, who was born and reared in Harrison Co., now Carroll County, Ohio, having never been outside its borders until she accompanied her husband to Iowa ( Brush Creek, later Arlington, Fayette, Co.). Zach obtained land from the government in Fayette County and from the wild prairie developed a good farm, upon which he resided for eleven years and where he died in 1880. Many were the hardships and privations endured by the early settlers and to them we owe a debt of gratitude which can never be repaid. All of their salt had to be brought across the mountains and a bushel of wheat would not buy a pound of coffee.

About 1865 Zacariah Thompson and his wife bade good bye to Ohio and came to Iowa, settling on a farm abut one mile from Brush Creek. When a young man Mr. Thompson had learned the carpenter's trade which he followed to some extent in connection with farming but made the latter occupation his chief work in life. while a young man he was ordained for the ministry and was active in the work and interests of the church, doing much work for the Master.

 

Note: Zach Thompson's farm was 120 acres and sat in the SW wedge of land at the Six Corner's, just at the south end of Brush Creek (Arlington, Iowa). The Six Corner's Intersection has been there since pioneer days. It was formed from when north-south roads or trails were started at this location on the Old Mission Trail, which ran from SE to NW. Along the Mission Trail, the early cabins of Brush Creek were located. Thus the intersection of three trails formed what would become known as the "Six Corners." Zach's farm was the 120 acres bordering to the SW of the Six Corners. The Arlington Coop and some Ag. Industries sit along the two bordering roads. The rest of the land is still farmed, mainly in corn and beans. Zach followed his son's Samuel and Morris to the Brush Creek area. Morris would claim and farm land 2-3 miles straight west of the six corners. Samuel would farm land about six miles north of Brush Creek, in what would become known as Grannis Hollow. It is here that my GGGrandmother Amanda Katura Thompson would be born. It is in the Grannis Valley, on a relatively small farm that Samuel's wife Martha Sherman would be left with six young children, 0-10yrs, when Samuel would die in 1865 on the way back to Ohio. Several other of Zach's children would come to Brush Creek, which would become like Carroll Co., Ohio, a pioneer village/area of the Thompson Clan for several generations. The Thompson Clan in Fayette County, Iowa geographically lived from the southern edge of Brush Creek, up to the north and northwest 6-8 miles between the villages of Fayette and Wadena, to include Albany and Lima, before the Clan started to spread out to the West and other areas of the country. BZ/8/2000.

 

THOMPSON LAND TRANSACTIONS IN FAYETTE COUNTY, IOWA,

with background and speculation information by BZ, 9/2000

In 1854, during the late summer and fall, Samuel Andrew Thompson (1827-1865, 4th child) and Morris Jackson Thompson (1829-1918, 6th child) sons of Zachariah Caleb and Priscilla Albaugh Thompson, removed from Harrison/Carroll Co., Ohio, to the Brush Creek/Taylorsville area of Fairfield Twp., Fayette County, Iowa. The two brothers traveled by railroad to the Ohio River, than down the Ohio by flatboat, up the Mississippi River to Dubuque and into the Brush Creek area on the Mission Road by wagon pulled by Oxen, probably a horse or two, perhaps a cow, plus a few basic tools and wares of the day. Fayette County, Iowa had only been open to white settlers since the late 1840's and the total population of the county was only a few hundred European descendants at the time Samuel and Morris arrived. They were in reality some of the first pioneers into the area.

When the two Thompson brothers made their trip to Iowa, Samuel was 27 and was married to Martha Jane Sherman who made the trip with him. They had no children yet, the first Mary Priscilla was born in 1855, probably in Fairfield Twp., on their first land claim, just 1 miles west of Taylorsville, Iowa (Taylorsville no longer exists in 2000, but the cemetery is still present). Samuel and Martha's second child, Amanda Katura was reportedly born near the Grannis Creek area in 1856, which was several miles NW of the original land claim near Taylorsville, and only about a year plus after arrival in the area. The two brothers were reported to have lived about six years west of Taylorsville so there is an unknown in the accuracy of that "story" from the "Biographical Album of Fayette County," and to the actual residence of Samuel. Samuel appears to have been doing a lot of traveling around Fayette County during the late 1850's, probably claiming, buying and selling land, as well as breaking ground and farming with Morris near Taylorsville.

It is possible that Samuel had been breaking farm ground near the Grannis Creek area, had a cabin and farmstead there, as well as farming with Morris back at Taylorsville. That may explain the birth of Amanda K. and the other children near Grannis Canyon. It would appear that like most of the other early settlers/farmers that the first years of pioneer farming in the area were extremely difficult with many people not making it, and others just holding on to an existence. Morris was 25 at the time of the migration from Ohio, and had been married for four years to Sarah Jane Brown, who with their son Othello D. (1852-1924) made the migration. Sarah Jane apparently was pregnant with John A. (1854-1914), who may have been born along the way, or early upon arrival in the Taylorsville area. Morris had apprenticed as a blacksmith at the age of 17, so was an experienced Smith upon arrival in Iowa, and probably put his skills to use right away, making his own tools, tools for his brother Samuel and perhaps other early settlers. Morris would utilize that trade for many years, as well as the farming skills learned through the family in Ohio. Thus the initial Thompson settlers in Fayette County consisted of the two brothers, their wives, and the two very young sons of Morris J.

As of this date (9/2000/BZ), land ownership in Fayette, Iowa, has also been found for two other brothers. In 1860, William Thompson had land in Illyra Twp., a few miles north of Wadena. In 1865 brother Alexander is recorded as selling land near West Union, and in 1867 had land several miles west of Brush Creek. Father Zach I Caleb Thompson would buy land in 1865 on the southern edge of Brush Creek. Martha Sherman's brother Josiah Sherman bought land with his brother-in-law Samuel Thompson, early in 1865, just before Sam would leave for Ohio, and die along the way. Thus Josiah seems to have removed to Fayette County by 1865, and apparently was the only sibling of Martha Sherman to make the trip, the other family members staying in Ohio. Martha would eventually remarry M.F. Little quit sometime after Samuel's death in 1865. M.F. Little farmed just to the NW of Brush Creek and about a mile N of the long term farm of Morris J. Thompson who was appointed guardian of Samuel's children. If is probable that for some years after the death of Samuel that Martha and the children lived on the farm of Morris J., which would have been 2 miles W of Brush Creek.

The next trip to the Fayette County Courthouse will be a land records "re-search." If anyone has information/correction/discussion on land transactions and relocation's, please post to me. As of 9/2000, I am looking for the exact year that the other members of Zach I and Priscilla's children moved to Brush Creek. We know that Sam and Morris came in 1854. William was in Fayette Co. by 1860 ("Thompson Genealogy" states that William accompanied Morris J. to Fayette Co., but this is incorrect, it was Samuel Andrew, 8/2000/BZ), Alex by 1865, Catherine in 1877. Eli, Martha Thompson Allen, Allen and David B., the remainder of the family would also end up in Brush Creek.

MORRIS J. THOMPSON from, "The Portrait and Biographical Album of Fayette County, Iowa, 1880"

Morris J. Thompson has for thirty years resided upon his farm on section 31 of Fairfield Township. Add to that period seven years and we have the length of time in which he has resided in the county. He was born in Carroll County, Ohio, September 3, 1829, and is of Scotch descent.

Looking backward many years we find Morris conning his lessons in a log schoolhouse that is furnished with slab seats, a huge fireplace in one end and desks along the wall. He only attended in the winter season and then was frequently absent on account of the work upon the farm requiring his services. He was early inured to hard work and at the age of seventeen began to learn the blacksmith's trade which he followed until twenty-five years of age when he came to Iowa. He made the trip with his brother Samuel, and the journey was accomplished by means of the railroad, the lakes, the Mississippi, and ox-teams which bore them to their destination. He purchased one hundred and twenty acres of land a short distance east of Taylorville at $3 per acre which exhausted his capital. Here Morris endured many hardships and privations such as fall to the lot of a pioneer and did much hard work. He was forced to go bare-footed some of the time and often worked out of doors in cold weather without shelter, shoeing oxen. He and his brother Samuel walked five miles to cut logs for their house; eating frozen dinners in the woods and when the cabin was built lived in it from April to Christmas without a window. Morris and Samuel came to Fayette County in the fall of 1854, and having lived for seven years upon one farm purchased his homestead in 1861. The land was wild and unimproved but he at once began its development and now has two hundred and forty acres under a high state of cultivation, furnished with the necessary buildings and in connection with this he has enough to keep him in his declining years in peace and plenty. Beside farming he engaged in blacksmithing for thirty years.

 

LAND RECORDING DATA COLLECTED FROM THE FAYETTE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 8/1990/BZ

---November, 1854, the following is a copy of a land sales in 1863, which apparently is the initial "purchase" of land by Samuel and Morris Thompson when they removed to Fayette County, Iowa------September 8, 1863, Morris Jackson Thompson sold in Fairfield Twp., N , NE , Sec24, T92, R7 (This is 80 acres two miles to the east of Taylorsville on the county line with Clayton County. This was rolling timbered land with medium and wet grass prairie in the bottoms.), recorded in book O, page 11. THIS IS PROBABLY THE INITIAL LAND CLAIMED BY SAMUEL AND MORRIS THOMPSON IN NOVEMBER OF 1854, when the two brother arrived in Fairfield Twp. This is 3 miles E and 1 miles N of Brush Creek. It is probable that Samuel transferred his portion of this land to Morris by 1863, and that Morris sold this parcel to buy the farmland 2 miles.

---November 13, 1854, brothers Samuel Andrew Thompson and Morris Jackson Thompson bought in Fairfield Twp., the N , NE , Sec 34, T92, R 7 (This is 80 acres 1 miles SE of Brush Creek and was along the east side of the Mission Road to Fr. Atkinson. In 1873, the railroad would cut NW across this land, and in 1865, their Father Zach C. would move to brush creek and farm the land just to the west of this acreage. The land in this area was a variety of tall grass and wet grass prairie with small tree lined creeks running through it. At this time it would have unplowed, uncut, unused virgin prairie county. ), recorded in book P, page 416.

--- November 13, 1854, brothers Samuel Andrew Thompson and Morris Jackson Thompson bought in Fairfield Twp., NE , SW , Sec 3, T92, R7 (This is 40 acres of hilly, timbered land with a deep valley creek running through it. Wood for log buildings, fires, building, tools, etc., was absolutely necessary for the success of any pioneer farming endeavor, therefore almost every early settler out in the prairie area to the S, SE, W and NW of Brush Creek, had to own at least a small parcel of timbered land to the N of brush creek, or have enough creek/river bottom timber to get along.), recorded in book P, page 416.

---March 26, 1855, Samuel Andrew Thompson and Morris Jackson Thompson, bought in West Union Twp., the NW , NW , and NE , NE Sec 17, T94, R8, and E , NE , Sec 18, T94, R8 (This is 160 acres of timbered land with a creek running diagonally through it, located immediately bordering the west side of present day West Union (2000). Then the are was a few log cabins and a merchant or two, known as Knob Prairie), recorded in book P, page 360. Perhaps in the Winter of their arrival the two brothers traveled up the Mission Road, past Fayette, Iowa, then straight north to Knob Prairie finding an area to lay claim too. They may have been going to Knob Prairie to register the land near Brush Creek and also looking for new land.

---November 11, 1856, Samuel Andrew Thompson bought in Westfield Twp., W , SW , Sec 36, T93, R8 (This is 80 acres of rolling hills with timber and prairie bottoms, 1 mile south and 3 miles east of Fayette.), recorded in book I, page 124.

---January 14, 1859, Samuel Andrew Thompson bought in Oran Twp., S , SE , and the NW , SE of Sec 7, T91, R10 (This is 160 acres of tall and wet grass prairie a mile west of the Wapsipinicon River, and 1 miles west and 4 miles north of present day Fairbanks, or 20 miles west and 3 miles south of Brush Creek.

---January 14, 1859, Samuel Andrew Thompson bought in Oran Twp., S , SE , and the NW , SE of Sec 20, T91, R10 (This is 160 acres of wet grass prairie, slough land, brushy bottom land timber on the west side of the Wapsipinican River, 1 miles north of present day Fairbanks, or 20 miles west and 6 miles south of Brush Creek.), recorded in book K?, page 23.

---April 16, 1859, Samuel Andrew Thompson sold in Westfield Twp., W , SW , Sec 36, T93, R8 (This is 80 acres of rolling hills with timber and prairie bottoms, 1 mile south and 3 miles east of Fayette.), recorded in book K?, page 23.

---July 20, 1860, William H. Thompson bought in Illyria Twp., SW , NE , Sec 10, T93, R7 (This is 40 acres of very hilly timbered land, 3 miles directly north of present day, 2000, Wadena), recorded in book J, page 597. William (1823-1894) is the oldest son of Zach C. and Priscilla Thompson. This is the first land transaction found for William in Fayette County, thus apparently he made the migration in late 1859 or early 1860 at the age of 37, with wife Jane Capper (1825-1905), son Stewart (1848-1894), daughter Eliza A. (1851-1919), son David C. (1852-1924), and daughter Hanna Priscilla (1857-1922).

---April 30, 1862, Samuel Andrew Thompson bought in West Union Twp., NE , Sec 7 and N of NE , Sec 18, T94, R8 (This is a total of 240 acres 1 miles W/NW of West Union in the same area Samuel bought 45 acres of timber land in 1855. This new land was a combination of rolling prairie land and wet grass prairie bottomland with a creek running through it.

---September 8, 1863, Morris Jackson Thompson bought in Fairfield Twp., E , NW , Sec 32, T92, R7 (This is 80 acres 2 miles west of the "six corner intersection" at the S side of Brush Creek.), recorded in book n, p 295. THIS FARM APPARENTLY IS THE FINAL HOMESTEAD FARM AND MAIN LAND HOLDING OF MORRIS J. THOMPSON

---September 8, 1863, Morris Jackson Thompson sold in Fairfield Twp., N , NE , Sec24, T92, R7 (This is 80 acres two miles to the east of Taylorsville on the county line with Clayton County. This was rolling timbered land with medium and wet grass prairie in the bottoms.), recorded in book O, page 11. THIS IS PROBABLY THE INITIAL LAND CLAIMED BY SAMUEL AND MORRIS THOMPSON IN NOVEMBER OF 1854, when the two brother arrived in Fairfield Twp. This is 3 miles E and 1 miles N of Brush Creek. It is probable that Samuel transferred his portion of this land to Morris by 1863, and that Morris sold this parcel to buy the farmland 2 miles

---October 14, 1863, Samuel Andrew Thompson bought in Smithfield Twp., E 5/8, NE , Sec 36, T 92, R8 (This is 100 acres 3+ miles west of the "six corner intersection" at the south side of Brush Creek, and two miles just west of the land Morris Jackson registered in this same year.), recorded in book O, page 388.

---October 14, 1863, Samuel Andrew Thompson bought in Fairfield Twp., N , E , SE , SWW , Sec 9, T92, R7 (This is 20 acres of hill timber 3 miles straight N of Brush Creek), recorded in book O, page 388. Again, these small woodland plots would be land utilized for wood cutting.

----October 14, 1863, Samuel Andrew Thompson bought in Westfield Twp., W , SW , Sec 36, T93, R8 (This is 80 acres of rolling hills 1 miles S and 3 miles east of Fayette, just to the west of the timber land in the area.), recorded in book O, page 389.

---December 1, 1863, William Thompson sold in Pleasant Valley Twp, N , SE , Sec 18, T94, R7 (This is 80 acres of basically hill timber 4 miles straight west of present day Elgin.), recorded in book ), page 485.

---March 17, 1864, William Thompson bought in Smithfield Twp., S , W , and NW , S , Sec 27, T92, R8 (This is 225 acres of tall and wet grass rolling prairie six miles west of the "six corner intersection" and was 2-3 miles west of the land owned by brothers Samuel and Morris.), recorded in book R, page 108.

---January 10, 1865, Samuel Andrew Thomspon and Josiah Sherman (Sam's brother-in-law, Martha's brother) bought in Smithfield Twp., W , W , NE1/4, Sec 36, T92, R8 (This is 60 acres of tall and wet grass prairie 3 miles straight W of

"Six corner's" at the south edge of Brush Creek, and in the area of final settlement of Morris J.), recorded in book R, page 63.

---April 5 1865, Alex Thompson sold in West Union Twp., E , E , NE , Sec 25, T94, R8 (This is 40 acres of hilly timber land, 1 miles W of Brainard, or 2 miles S, 4 miles east of West Union.), recorded in book R, page 152.

---April 7, 1865, SAMUEL ANDREW THOMPSON DIED ON THE WAY BACK TO OHIO, AND WOULD BE TAKEN THE REST OF THE WAY TO RUMLEY TWP. AND BURIED IN ALLEN MEMORIAL CEMETERY. It would appear that by this time Samuel had bought and sold considerable property in Fayette County. Since the land holdings were so dispersed around the county, one can speculate that Samuel was spending time traveling throughout the county exploring for land holdings, and at a very early time in the history of the county. In the future Samuel's brothers would sell some of his land, so they apparently acted as executors and guardians of his six children who where 1-10 years old at his death. Presently, I do not know what the arrangements for his wife Martha Sherman were, or who in the Sherman family might have also been Fayette County at this time. Where the family lived, or by what means is unknown at this time. Martha's burial is unknown, 9/2000/Z.

---Summer, 1865, the father and mother of the Thompson boy's who had removed to Fayette Co., Iowa, were now joined by their Parents, Zachariah I Caleb and Priscilla Albaugh Thompson. Zach I would purchase 120 acres at the south edge of Brush Creek. The SE part of the "Six Corner Intersection." The diagonal of the Mission Road would run through his property.

---March 1966, Morris Jackson Thompson, sold as Administrator of Samuel Jackson Thompson, to Josiah Sherman, in Smithfield Twp., W , W , W , NE , Sec 36, T92, R8 (This is 30 acres of prairie land that was 3 miles west of "six corner intersection" on the south side of Brush Creek), recorded in book X, page 561. It has to be assumed that this is Martha Sherman's brother Josiah (1838-1923), thus other members of the Sherman family from Carroll/Harrison Co., Ohio must have migrated to Fayette Co., Iowa.

---June 14, 1867, Alexander Thompson, bought in Smithfield Twp., W , NW , Sec 24, T92, R8 (This is 80 acres of wet and tall grass prairie 1 miles N and 4 miles W of Brush Creek.), recorded in book Z, page 491.

---May 2, 1868, William Thompson Guardian of the Minor Heirs of Samuel Andrew Thompson, sold in Westfield Twp., 2/3 undeveloped, W , SW , Sec 36, T93, R8 (This the 80 acres that on November 11, 1856, Samuel Andrew Thompson bought in Westfield Twp, of rolling hills with timber and prairie bottoms, 1 mile south and 3 miles east of Fayette, recorded in book I, page 124.), recorded in book Y, page 463.

---May 18, 1868, William David Thompson, sold in Pleasant Valley, SE , SE , Sec 1, T94, R7 (This is 40 acres of timbered hard hill country, 2 miles N and 1 mile E of Elgin Iowa on the Clayton Co. line.) recorded in book Y, page 485.

---May 18, 1868, William David Thompson sold in Oran Twp., W , NW , of Sec 6, T91, R 10 (This is 80 acres of mainly wet grass prairie on the west fringe of the Wapsipinican River bottom timber.), recorded in book Y, page 515. This may be land that William's brother had acquired in his wanderings around the county, as in 1859 Samuel had claimed land in Oran Twp., north of present day Fairbank.

---January 2, 1869, Morris Jackson Thompson bought in Fairfield Twp., SW , SE , Sec 29, T92, R7 (This if 40acres of tall and wet grass prairie 1 miles west of "six corners intersection", on the north side of the road.), recorded in book 28, page 20. This land is close to the other Thompson holdings west of six corners.

---April 1869, William David Thompson sold ?, see record note, recorded in book H2, page 334.

---October 8, 1870, William David Thompson bought in Auburn Twp., W , off N side of SE , NE , Sec 33, T95, R9 (This was a 12 acres timbered area in the NW part of Fayette Co., 3 miles N and 6 miles W of West Union), recorded in book 31, page 331.

--- November 1, 1870, William David Thompson, bought in Illyria Twp., SW , NE , Sec 1, T93, R7 (This is 80 acres of very hilly timbered land 3 miles E and 4 miles N of Wadena, and on the Clayton Co. line. By this time much of the timber had been cleared, the thin forest soil plowed and row crops put in where possible, especially on the lower slopes and bottoms. Much of the land was pastures, hogs and some cattle were allowed to run wild.), recorded in book 30, page 492.

---October 12, 1872, Alex Thompson bought from William Thompson, in Auburn Twp., undeveloped of 13 acres in SE , NW , Sec 34, T95, R9 (This hilly timbered land very near or bordering on the Turkey River, 1 miles S and 1 miles W of Auburn, or 5 miles west and 3 miles N of West Union.), recorded in book 33, page 521.

---December 17, 1886, Morris J. Thompson sold for Sam Thompson in Fairfield Twp., W , E , NE , NW , Sec 3, T92, R7 (This is 5 acres hilly forested land 4 miles N and 1 miles E of Brush Creek, and 3 miles N of Taylorsville.), recorded in book Z, page 5.

 

 

 

More About Zachariah I Caleb Thompson:

Burial: Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Fayette Co., IA

Note: Justice of Peace, New Rumley, Ohio

Occupation: Farmer

More About Zachariah Thompson and Priscilla Albaugh:

Marriage: January 15, 1822, New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio

 

Children of Priscilla Albaugh and Zachariah Thompson are:

+ 46 i. William David8 Thompson, born January 12, 1823 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio; died August 02, 1894 in Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa.

+ 47 ii. Eli Isaac Thompson, born November 03, 1824 in Perryville, New Rumley Twp., Harrison Co, OH; died February 03, 1903 in Sargent, Custer Co., NE.

48 iii. Morris Thompson, born April 1826 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH; died July 01, 1826 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH.

More About Morris Thompson:

Namesake: Priscilla Albaugh's father.

+ 49 iv. Samuel Andrew Thompson I, born August 15, 1827 in Rumley Twp., Harrison County, Ohio; died April 07, 1865 in Trip to Harrison County, Ohio.

+ 50 v. Morris Jackson Thompson, born September 03, 1829 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH; died 1918 in Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa.

+ 51 vi. Catherine Thompson, born September 26, 1831 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH; died May 02, 1914 in Custer, Custer Co., Nebraska.

+ 52 vii. Alexander Thompson, born November 09, 1834 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH; died 1894 in Carroll Co, Ohio.

+ 53 viii. Martha Thompson, born May 15, 1836 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH; died 1911 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa.

+ 54 ix. Allen C. Thompson, born January 30, 1838 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH; died 1913.

55 x. Elizabeth Thompson, born May 05, 1842 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH; died 1908. She married Willian Henry Moore in Late in life.; born 1840; died 1904.

More About Willian Moore and Elizabeth Thompson:

Marriage: Late in life.

+ 56 xi. David B. Thompson, born May 01, 1845 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH; died July 13, 1932 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa.

 

34. John William7 Albaugh (John Peter6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born January 30, 1808 in Carroll Co, Ohio, and died July 08, 1889 in Cedar Bluffs, Cedar County, Iowa.

More About John William Albaugh:

Burial: Wallick Cemetery , Cedar Co., Iowa

Occupation: Farmer

 

Children of John William Albaugh are:

57 i. Margaret Ann8 Albaugh, born 1838; died in Oregon. She married Cyrenus Terwilleger.

58 ii. Daniel Albaugh, born December 11, 1839 in Carroll Co, Ohio; died October 28, 1919 in Tipton, Cedar Co., Iowa. He married Jane Elizabeth Glancy July 02, 1868 in Tipton, Cedar Co., Iowa.

More About Daniel Albaugh and Jane Glancy:

Marriage: July 02, 1868, Tipton, Cedar Co., Iowa

59 iii. Mary Albaugh, born September 1842 in Carroll Co, Ohio. She married David Zollers August 12, 1859.

More About David Zollers and Mary Albaugh:

Marriage: August 12, 1859

60 iv. Catherine Albaugh, born 1843.

61 v. Jacob Albaugh, born 1844 in Ohio; died in North Dakota. He married Josephine Wrestler.

62 vi. Sarah Albaugh, born May 04, 1844; died January 28, 1882 in O'Brien Co., Iowa. She married George Hakeman.

63 vii. Leah Albaugh, born 1847.

64 viii. Jospeh Albaugh, born October 03, 1849 in Ohio; died January 16, 1913. He married Lavina Zerbe November 17, 1875.

More About Jospeh Albaugh and Lavina Zerbe:

Marriage: November 17, 1875

65 ix. Charles Albaugh, born December 08, 1851; died April 20, 1864.

66 x. Elizabeth Christina Albaugh, born March 13, 1858 in Mechanicsville, Cedar Co., Iowa; died May 13, 1888 in Mechanicsville, Cedar Co., Iowa. She married John George Zerbe February 07, 1875.

More About John Zerbe and Elizabeth Albaugh:

Marriage: February 07, 1875

 

Generation No. 8

 

42. John8 Albaugh (Soloman7, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born July 27, 1835 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio, and died October 08, 1891 in Louden Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio. He married Martha Ann Barnes April 04, 1860 in Carroll Co, Ohio. She was born 1837, and died 1921.

More About John Albaugh:

Burial: Kilgore Cemetery, Loudon Twp., Carroll Co., Ohio

More About John Albaugh and Martha Barnes:

Marriage: April 04, 1860, Carroll Co, Ohio

 

Child of John Albaugh and Martha Barnes is:

+ 67 i. Henry Commodore Perry9 Albaugh.

 

46. William David8 Thompson (Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born January 12, 1823 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, Ohio, and died August 02, 1894 in Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa. He married (1) Eliza Jane Stewart March 07, 1847 in Carroll Co, Ohio, daughter of Mahlon Stewart and Elizabeth Park. She was born 1829, and died April 14, 1848 in Carroll Co., Ohio. He married (2) Jane Capper April 25, 1850 in Carroll Co, Ohio, daughter of John Capper and Susannah Morrison. She was born December 04, 1825 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died 1905 in Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa.

Notes for William David Thompson:

The first three children were born in Carroll Co., Ohio, which means that the fourth Hanna born 1857, was probably born in Fayette County, Iowa, either near the farm of Samuel or Morris J. in the Taylorsville Area, or to the north of Wadena where the first records of land purchase by William occurs. As of 9/2000, I would tend to think William came to Fayette County a year or so after Samuel and Morris who arrived in the fall of 1854, I am guessing in the summer/fall of 1856. William apparently took up land just north of Wadena, which was only about 5 miles from Samuel's land between Fayette and Wadena, while Morris J. stayed close to Brush Creek, just to the west. All of the Thompson Clan would end up within about eight miles of each other.

 

 

Land purchases in Fayette Co., Iowa

---July 20, 1860, William H. Thompson bought in Illyria Twp., SW , NE , Sec 10, T93, R7 (This is 40 acres of very hilly timbered land, 3 miles directly north of present day, 2000, Wadena), recorded in book J, page 597. William (1823-1894) is the oldest son of Zach C. and Priscilla Thompson. This is the first land transaction found for William in Fayette County, thus apparently he made the migration in late 1859 or early 1860 at the age of 37, with wife Jane Capper (1825-1905), son Stewart (1848-1894), daughter Eliza A. (1851-1919), son David C. (1852-1924), and daughter Hanna Priscilla (1857-1922).

---December 1, 1863, William Thompson sold in Pleasant Valley Twp, N , SE , Sec 18, T94, R7 (This is 80 acres of basically hill timber 4 miles straight west of present day Elgin.), recorded in book ), page 485.

---March 17, 1864, William Thompson bought in Smithfield Twp., S , W , and NW , S , Sec 27, T92, R8 (This is 225 acres of tall and wet grass rolling prairie six miles west of the "six corner intersection" and was 2-3 miles west of the land owned by brothers Samuel and Morris.), recorded in book R, page 108.

---May 2, 1868, William Thompson Guardian of the Minor Heirs of Samuel Andrew Thompson, sold in Westfield Twp., 2/3 undeveloped, W , SW , Sec 36, T93, R8 (This the 80 acres that on November 11, 1856, Samuel Andrew Thompson bought in Westfield Twp, of rolling hills with timber and prairie bottoms, 1 mile south and 3 miles east of Fayette, recorded in book I, page 124.), recorded in book Y, page 463.

---May 18, 1868, William David Thompson, sold in Pleasant Valley, SE , SE , Sec 1, T94, R7 (This is 40 acres of timbered hard hill country, 2 miles N and 1 mile E of Elgin Iowa on the Clayton Co. line.) recorded in book Y, page 485.

---May 18, 1868, William David Thompson sold in Oran Twp., W , NW , of Sec 6, T91, R 10 (This is 80 acres of mainly wet grass prairie on the west fringe of the Wapsipinican River bottom timber.), recorded in book Y, page 515. This may be land that William's brother had acquired in his wanderings around the county, as in 1859 Samuel had claimed land in Oran Twp., north of present day Fairbank.

---April 1869, William David Thompson sold ?, see record note, recorded in book H2, page 334.

---October 8, 1870, William David Thompson bought in Auburn Twp., W , off N side of SE , NE , Sec 33, T95, R9 (This was a 12 acres timbered area in the NW part of Fayette Co., 3 miles N and 6 miles W of West Union), recorded in book 31, page 331.

--- November 1, 1870, William David Thompson, bought in Illyria Twp., SW , NE , Sec 1, T93, R7 (This is 80 acres of very hilly timbered land 3 miles E and 4 miles N of Wadena, and on the Clayton Co. line. By this time much of the timber had been cleared, the thin forest soil plowed and row crops put in where possible, especially on the lower slopes and bottoms. Much of the land was pastures, hogs and some cattle were allowed to run wild.), recorded in book 30, page 492.

---October 12, 1872, Alex Thompson bought from William Thompson, in Auburn Twp., undeveloped of 13 acres in SE , NW , Sec 34, T95, R9 (This hilly timbered land very near or bordering on the Turkey River, 1 miles S and 1 miles W of Auburn, or 5 miles west and 3 miles N of West Union.), recorded in book 33, page 521.

 

 

More About William David Thompson:

Burial: Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Fayette Co., Iowa

Note: Stayed on Ohio farm until 18.

Occupation: Farmer

Residence: 1860, Pleasant Valley Twp., Fayette Co., Iowa

Notes for Eliza Jane Stewart:

Burial?? Grave does not show up in Allen Cemetery, Carroll Co., Ohio, or in Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Fayette Co., Iowa, the two mail Thompson Clan pioneer burial plots.

More About Eliza Jane Stewart:

Burial: Perryville Historical M.E. Cemetery, Carroll Co., Ohio

Note: Died during childbirth, 18y6m

Residence: Lamartine, Ohio at time of Marriage

More About William Thompson and Eliza Stewart:

Marriage: March 07, 1847, Carroll Co, Ohio

Notes for Jane Capper:

Information Notes---First baby died and was buried on the roadside on their way from Lamartine, Ohio, to Brush Creek, Iowa, in 1854.

Burial?? Grave does not show up in Allen Cemetery, Carroll Co., Ohio, or in Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Fayette Co., Iowa, the two mail Thompson Clan pioneer burial plots.

More About William Thompson and Jane Capper:

Marriage: April 25, 1850, Carroll Co, Ohio

 

Child of William Thompson and Eliza Stewart is:

+ 68 i. Stewart A.9 Thompson, born 1848 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died 1894.

 

Children of William Thompson and Jane Capper are:

+ 69 i. Eliza A.9 Thompson, born 1851 in Carroll Co, Ohio; died 1919.

+ 70 ii. David C. Thompson, born 1852 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died 1924.

+ 71 iii. Hanna Priscilla Thompson, born 1857 in North of Wadena, Fayette County, Iowa; died 1922.

+ 72 iv. Zachariah D. Thompson, born August 21, 1861; died April 15, 1927 in Taylorville Cemetery, Arlington, Iowa.

+ 73 v. Mary E. Thompson, born 1863; died 1935.

+ 74 vi. Martha Jane Thompson, born 1866; died 1926.

75 vii. Unknown Thompson.

 

47. Eli Isaac8 Thompson (Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born November 03, 1824 in Perryville, New Rumley Twp., Harrison Co, OH, and died February 03, 1903 in Sargent, Custer Co., NE. He married Eliza Kirby December 18, 1845 in Carroll Co, Ohio. She was born 1825, and died January 02, 1881.

Notes for Eli Isaac Thompson:

Notes from "TheThompson Genealogy" by T.W. Thompson, 1979 edition---Eli was a blacksmith by trade. he was a man of vision. he lived far ahead of his day. He made a set of wings and tried to fly from the top of a building. This man fore-saw the possibility of flying. Our age has perfected his vision of yester-year.

Notes from "Thompson Genealogy"---Eli Isaac Thompson proved up on a homestead in Custer Co., Nebraska, in the western part of the state. The U.S. Government patent is now in the possession of his grandson Grover Thomposn, who lives in Glendo, Wyoming. Eli spent his last days with his daughter Minerva Thompson Wood, at Sargent, Nebraska.

More About Eli Isaac Thompson:

Burial: Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Fayette Co., Iowa

Note: Many of the women in the family died of TB (Pat Hendricks,1999).

Occupation: Blacksmith

Relocated: Aft. 1871, Homesteaded in Custer, Custer Co., NB

Removed: 1864, Carroll Co., Ohio to Brush Creek, Fayette co., Iowa

More About Eliza Kirby:

Burial: Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Fayette Co., Iowa

More About Eli Thompson and Eliza Kirby:

Marriage: December 18, 1845, Carroll Co, Ohio

 

Children of Eli Thompson and Eliza Kirby are:

+ 76 i. Melissa9 Thompson, born 1846; died 1873.

+ 77 ii. Manerva Thompson, born 1848; died 1925.

+ 78 iii. John Richard Thompson, born August 06, 1850 in Perryville, Carroll Co., Ohio; died September 29, 1915 in Cameron Twp., Hall Co., NB.

+ 79 iv. William Henry Thompson, born December 14, 1853 in Perryville, Carroll Co., Ohio; died June 06, 1937 in Grand Island, Buffalo Co., NB.

+ 80 v. Ellen P. Thompson, born 1856; died 1889.

+ 81 vi. Martha E. Thompson, born 1857; died 1889.

82 vii. Catherine Thompson, born 1859; died 1876.

More About Catherine Thompson:

Note: Unmarried

83 viii. Sophia Thompson, born 1861; died 1880.

More About Sophia Thompson:

Note: Unmarried

84 ix. Isaac Ross Thompson, born 1866; died 1942. He married Emma Walker.

More About Isaac Ross Thompson:

Note: No children.

85 x. Priscilla Thompson.

More About Priscilla Thompson:

Note: Apparently listed in 1870 census??

 

49. Samuel Andrew8 Thompson I (Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born August 15, 1827 in Rumley Twp., Harrison County, Ohio, and died April 07, 1865 in Trip to Harrison County, Ohio. He married Martha Jane Sherman January 25, 1853 in Carroll Co, Ohio, daughter of Caleb Sherman and Mary Heidy. She was born January 10, 1833 in Harrison County, Ohio, and died January 25, 1921.

Notes for Samuel Andrew Thompson I:

Information notes from "The Thompson Genealogy" by T.W. Thompson, 1979 edition---Samuel took a trip back to Ohio from Brush Creek (Arlington) to visit relatives and died and was buried in the Allen Cemetery before is family in Brush Creek, Iowa knew anything about it. His brave widow Martha J. Sherman (1833-1921) was left alone with six small children, the youngest being less than a year old, and the oldest 10 yrs old.

Burial is in Allen Memorial Cemetery: This fenced in cemetery is located on Castle Road, 0.8 of a miles from the intersection of State Route 164 and Castle road. It is cared for by the Perry Township Trustees. A row of evergreens and a farm gate guard the entrance. Crops may hide it from view. In the mid-1990's cattle overran the graveyard damaged quite a number of stones.

Samuel Andrew Thompson is buried in the first grave site in Row 6. The stone is broken, the inscription reads, " Thompson, Samuel A., son of Andrew and Priscilla Thompson, died Apr 7, 1865, ae 37y 7m 22d.

 

Thompson, Samuel I. From the Historical Collections of Harrison

County, Ohio, Page 172-3: Looking backward many years we find

brother Morris conning his lessons in a log schoolhouse that is furnished with slab

seats, a huge fireplace in one end and desks along the wall, he only

attended in the winter season and then was frequently absent on account

of the work upon the farm requiring his services. he was early inured to

hard work and at the age of seventeen began to learn the blacksmith's

trade which he followed until twenty-five years of age when he came to

Iowa. He made the trip with his brother Samuel, and the journey was

accomplished by means of the railroad, the lakes, the Mississippi, and

ox-teams which bore them to their destination. He purchased one hundred

and twenty acres of land a short distance east of Taylorville at $3 per

acre which exhausted his capital. Here he endured many hardships and

privations such as fall to the lot of a pioneer and did much hard work.

He was forced to go bare-footed some of the time and often worked out of

doors in cold weather without shelter, shooing oxen. He and his brother

walked five miles to cut logs for their house, eating frozen dinners in

the woods and when the cabin was built lived in it from April to

Christmas without a window. Morris I Jackson Thompson and

Samuel I Andrew Thompson came to Fayette county in the

fall of 1854, and having lived for seven years upon one farm purchased

his homestead in 1861. The land was wild and unimproved but he at once

began its development and now has two hundred and forty acres under a

high state of cultivation, furnished with the necessary buildings and in

connection with this he has enough to keep him in his declining years in

peace and plenty. Beside farming, Morris engaged in blacksmithing for thirty

years. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson [were] members of the Christian Church of

Brush Creek, with which he has been connected for twenty-eight years,

some of that time as Elder. He has done much for its upbuilding, labored

untiringly for its interests and given liberally for its support. A

Christian life has won him many friends who respect him for his many

excellencies of character, As a pioneer settler of the county he has

been identified with its history, has seen its growth and progress and

watched its development. Morris used to haul wheat forty miles with an

ox-team to the Mississippi River and then receive only forty cents per

bushel, but now has a market almost at his door. In political sentiments

he is a Republican, having supported that party since casting his first

vote for J. C. Fremont.

More About Samuel Andrew Thompson I:

Burial: Allen Memorial Cem,Perry Twp, Carroll Co,Ohio

More About Martha Jane Sherman:

Burial: I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Harper, Kansas

Note: Eventually went to live with sons Zach C. II and Samuel A. II in Harper, Kansas after their migration.

More About Samuel Thompson and Martha Sherman:

Marriage: January 25, 1853, Carroll Co, Ohio

 

Children of Samuel Thompson and Martha Sherman are:

+ 86 i. Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, born 1855; died 1908.

+ 87 ii. Amanda Katura Thompson, born September 13, 1856 in Grannis Hollow, Iowa; died 1942 in Fayette, Iowa.

+ 88 iii. Annis E. Thompson, born 1858 in Grannis Canyon area of Fayette Co., Iowa; died 1930 in Kingman Co., Kansas.

+ 89 iv. Zachariah II Caleb Thompson, born 1860; died 1943.

+ 90 v. Frances A. Thompson, born 1862; died 1933.

+ 91 vi. Samuel Andrew Thompson II, born 1864 in Grannis Hollow area, Fayette Co., Iowa; died 1942.

 

50. Morris Jackson8 Thompson (Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born September 03, 1829 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH, and died 1918 in Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa. He married (1) Sarah Jane Brown July 06, 1851 in Carroll Co, Ohio. She was born 1832, and died 1870 in Brush Creek, Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa. He married (2) Catherine H. Briney June 30, 1872 in Buchanan Co., IA. She was born 1838, and died 1926 in Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa.

Notes for Morris Jackson Thompson:

Information Notes from "The Thompson Genealogy" by T.W. Thompson, 1979 edition---The first wife was from Jefferson Co, Ohio, married. 1851. It is to be noted, after the first Morris died, the parents named this boy Morris J. evidently to perpetuate the name. Morris J. was a blacksmith by trade, and with brother William were the first members of the Thompson family to settle in Fayette County, Iowa, which was at the time an unbroken prairie. The Thompson history says "he lived many useful years as an honorable an upright citizen.

Thompson, Morris). From the Historical Collections of Harrison

County, Ohio, Page 172-3: Looking backward many years we find Morris

conning his lessons in a log schoolhouse that is furnished with slab

seats, a huge fireplace in one end and desks along the wall, he only

attended in the winter season and then was frequently absent on account

of the work upon the farm requiring his services. he was early inured to

hard work and at the age of seventeen began to learn the blacksmith's

trade which he followed until twenty-five years of age when he came to

Iowa. He made the trip with his brother Samuel, and the journey was

accomplished by means of the railroad, the lakes, the Mississippi, and

ox-teams which bore them to their destination. He purchased one hundred

and twenty acres of land a short distance east of Taylorville at $3 per

acre which exhausted his capital. Here he endured many hardships and

privations such as fall to the lot of a pioneer and did much hard work.

He was forced to go bare-footed some of the time and often worked out of

doors in cold weather without shelter, shooing oxen. He and his brother

walked five miles to cut logs for their house, eating frozen dinners in

the woods and when the cabin was built lived in it from April to

Christmas without a window. Mr. Thompson came to Fayette county in the

fall of 1854, and having lived for seven years upon one farm purchased

his homestead in 1861. The land was wild and unimproved but he at once

began its development and now has two hundred and forty acres under a

high state of cultivation, furnished with the necessary buildings and in

connection with this he has enough to keep him in his declining years in

peace and plenty. Beside farming he engaged in blacksmithing for thirty

years. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson [were] members of the Christian Church of

Brush Creek, with which he has been connected for twenty-eight years,

some of that time as Elder. He has done much for its upbuilding, labored

untiringly for its interests and given liberally for its support. A

Christian life has won him many friends who respect him for his many

excellencies of character, As a pioneer settler of the county he has

been identified with its history, has seen its growth and progress and

watched its development. He used to haul wheat forty miles with an

ox-team to the Mississippi River and then receive only forty cents per

bushel, but now has a market almost at his door. In political sentiments

he is a Republican, having supported that party since casting his first

vote for J. C. Fremont.

More About Morris Jackson Thompson:

Burial: Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Fayette Co., IA

Occupation: Blacksmith

More About Sarah Jane Brown:

Burial: Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Fayette Co., IA

Residence: Jefferson Co., Ohio

More About Morris Thompson and Sarah Brown:

Marriage: July 06, 1851, Carroll Co, Ohio

More About Catherine H. Briney:

Burial: Groat Cemetery, Arlington, Fayette Co., IA

More About Morris Thompson and Catherine Briney:

Marriage: June 30, 1872, Buchanan Co., IA

 

Children of Morris Thompson and Catherine Briney are:

+ 92 i. Othello D.9 Thompson, born 1852; died 1924.

+ 93 ii. John A. Thompson, born 1854; died 1914.

94 iii. Margaret Thompson, born 1856; died 1922. She married Marvin Walrath; born 1849; died 1918.

95 iv. William A. Thompson, born 1859; died Unknown. He married Eda Barnhill; born 1862; died 1958.

96 v. Edward Thompson, born 1860; died 1938. He married Eva Rittenhouse; born 1864; died Unknown.

More About Edward Thompson:

Note: No children.

Occupation: Wells Fargo Express Agent, Dead Wood, SD

+ 97 vi. Annie E. Thompson, born 1863; died 1946.

+ 98 vii. Joseph G. Thompson, born 1866; died 1935.

+ 99 viii. Morris E. Thompson, born 1873; died 1949.

+ 100 ix. Jessie M. Thompson, born 1880; died 1937.

 

51. Catherine8 Thompson (Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born September 26, 1831 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH, and died May 02, 1914 in Custer, Custer Co., Nebraska. She married John Mordecai Amos March 21, 1850 in Carroll Co, Ohio, son of John Amos and Metsy. He was born March 25, 1831 in Pennsylvania, and died July 13, 1907 in Wescott, Custer Co., Nebraska.

Notes for Catherine Thompson:

Catherine Thompson was the oldest daughter of Zachariah I and Priscilla Albaugh. She married John Mordecai Amos in 1852, in Carroll county, Ohio. They would live on a farm near Perrysville, now Lamartine, Ohio. All of their children were born on the farm and grew to maturity there, except for Mary M. who died at age three. In 1877, Catherine and her family moved by rail to Brush Creek/Arlington, Fayette Co., Iowa, to join her parents and siblings who had relocated there during the 1850-70's. Catherine and family would live in Brush Creek until 1883 when the two families still in Ohio joined them in a move to Dry Valley, in Custer County, Nebraska.

JOHN MORDECAI and CATHERINE THOMPSON AMOS.---from "The Biographies of Custer Co., NB", http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/custer/bio/bio1.htm

The late John Mordecai Amos was one of the best known and highly respected citizens of Custer County. He was a public-spirited citizen interested in all pertaining to the general welfare and ready to do his share to promote the same. He was born in Pennsylvania, of English extraction, in March, 1831, third of the five children of John and Metsy Amos. He has two brothers living in Ohio, the only survivors of the family. When but a child Mr. Amos went with his brother, William, to Carroll County, Ohio, living on a farm and attending the district schools. He was there married, March 25, 1849, at the home of her parents, to Miss Catherine Thompson, daughter of Zechariah and Priscilla (Albaugh) Thompson, and a native of Ohio. Mr. Thompson was born in Maryland and was an early settler of Iowa, where he died. His wife was born in Ohio and died in Illinois. Mrs. Amos has three brothers in Iowa.

In the late seventies Mr. and Mrs. Amos went to Fayette County, Iowa, where they carried on farming until the spring of 1883, when they came to Custer County and took a homestead of one hundred and sixty acres on section twenty-one, township eighteen, range eighteen, and a tree claim of like size adjoining. This was the home place for a number of years, but in 1905, Mr. Amos retired from active life and purchased ten acres in Wescott, where he lived until the time of his death, July 13, 1907. He is survived by his wife and seven children: Alfred, of Custer County; Lycurgus, Zachariah and William, all married and living in Custer County; Mrs. N. E. Armstrong, of Broken Bow; Mrs. Emma McCuen, of Custer County; Mrs. Laura Westerville, of Scotts Bluff, Nebraska.

Mr. Amos was always interested in the upbuilding of his locality and his wife likewise has identified herself with various measures for the public good. She is active and vigorous and still has the old home, although she spends considerable time visiting among her children. She enjoys the regard of a wide circle of friends and is well known in the community.

Zachariah D. Amos, third son of John M. and Catherine (Thompson) Amos, was born in Ohio, and when sixteen years of age accompanied his parents to Iowa. He came to Custer County in the spring of 1883 and took up a homestead of one hundred and sixty acres on section twenty-eight, township eighteen, range eighteen. He was married in Valley County, June 7, 1891, to Miss Arabella Love, who was born in Wisconsin, and for some time before her marriage had been a teacher in Nebraska schools. She had also homesteaded one hundred and sixty acres of land on section twenty-two, township eighteen, range eighteen, where she and her husband now reside. He has served for a number of years as moderator of the school board of district number two hundred and forty-two. Mr. and Mrs. Amos have three children living: Ailsa Bell, Maud L. and Frieda B., all at home. They also have in their household circle, Alice Emerson, whom they have reared since her infancy.

 

 

More About Catherine Thompson:

Migration: 1877, Brush Creek, Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa

Relocated: 1883, Custer County, NB

More About John Mordecai Amos:

Migration: 1877, Brush Creek, Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa

Nationality: English

Removed: 1883, Custer County, NB

Retirement: 1905, Wescott, Custer Co., Nebraska

More About John Amos and Catherine Thompson:

Marriage: March 21, 1850, Carroll Co, Ohio

 

Children of Catherine Thompson and John Amos are:

+ 101 i. Alfred9 Amos, born October 01, 1851 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died December 10, 1933 in Sargent, Custer Co., NE.

+ 102 ii. Lycurgus Amos, born February 13, 1853 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died March 01, 1931.

103 iii. Mary M. Amos, born September 11, 1855 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died August 11, 1858 in Carroll Co., Ohio.

More About Mary M. Amos:

Burial: Allen Memorial Cemetery, with Samuel Thompson, in his lot.

Note: Another birth date: 9/22/1856

+ 104 iv. Angelina Amos, born December 01, 1858 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died July 27, 1888 in Dry Valley, Custer, Nebraska.

+ 105 v. Zachariah Amos, born January 24, 1861 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died July 02, 1954.

+ 106 vi. Laura B. Amos, born February 20, 1863 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died March 02, 1950.

+ 107 vii. Emma R. Amos, born February 05, 1865 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died September 12, 1953.

+ 108 viii. Nora Violoa Amos, born December 26, 1868 in Carroll Co., Ohio; died December 19, 1962.

+ 109 ix. William Riley Amos, born June 23, 1871; died April 10, 1954.

 

52. Alexander8 Thompson (Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born November 09, 1834 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH, and died 1894 in Carroll Co, Ohio. He married Lavina Foster September 18, 1859 in Carroll Co, Ohio. She was born 1832, and died 1909.

More About Alexander Thompson:

Occupation: Farmer

Residence: 1860, West Union area Census, Fayette Co., Iowa

More About Alexander Thompson and Lavina Foster:

Marriage: September 18, 1859, Carroll Co, Ohio

 

Children of Alexander Thompson and Lavina Foster are:

110 i. Charles S.9 Thompson, born 1858.

111 ii. Elmer E. Thompson, born 1860.

112 iii. Alma E. Thompson, born 1860.

113 iv. Florence I. Thompson, born 1863; died 1870.

114 v. William F. Thompson.

115 vi. Anna Jerusha Thompson.

 

53. Martha8 Thompson (Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born May 15, 1836 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH, and died 1911 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa. She married William J. Allen April 28, 1859 in Perry Twp., Carroll Co, Ohio, son of Joseph Allen and Sarah Manchester. He was born 1836 in Carroll Co, Ohio, and died 1909.

Notes for Martha Thompson:

Information Notes from "The Thompson Genealogy" by T.W. Thompson, 1979 edition---The couple was born in Carroll Co., Ohio, and married April 28, 1859, in a log house on the Thompson farm, near Perrysville, Ohio. J. William Allen was the youngest of 15 children born to Joseph and Sarah Manchester Allen. after his parents passed away and were laid to rest near the old log meeting house where his mother, Sarah, held the first religious services for the community, this couple moved to Brush Creek, Iowa. On April 28, 1909, they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at Blockton, Iowa.

More About William Allen and Martha Thompson:

Marriage: April 28, 1859, Perry Twp., Carroll Co, Ohio

 

Children of Martha Thompson and William Allen are:

116 i. David B.9 Allen.

117 ii. Sarah P. Allen.

118 iii. Asa C. Allen.

119 iv. Mary C. Allen.

120 v. Ora B. Allen.

121 vi. Eva Mae Allen.

 

54. Allen C.8 Thompson (Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born January 30, 1838 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH, and died 1913. He married (1) Helen Matilda Billings. She was born 1853, and died April 17, 1921. He married (2) Louisa Sell January 26, 1865 in Carrollton, Carroll Co, Ohio. She was born 1841, and died 1912.

Notes for Allen C. Thompson:

Information Notes from "The Thompson Genealogy" by T.W. Thompson, 1979 edition---Allen was the first member of this family to enlist in the Union Army. He mustered in as a private, 80th Ohio, Co. D, at 23 years of age. He was appointed Sargent and mustered out January 4, 1865, at Savannah Georgia, on the expiration of his term of service. My Uncle Campbell and Allen were in the same company and regiment during the Civil War.

More About Allen C. Thompson:

Military service: 1861, 80th Ohio, Co. D, enlisted as a private.

More About Allen Thompson and Louisa Sell:

Marriage: January 26, 1865, Carrollton, Carroll Co, Ohio

 

Children of Allen Thompson and Helen Billings are:

122 i. Winifred I.9 Thompson.

123 ii. Blanche M. Thompson.

124 iii. Grace A. Thompson.

 

Children of Allen Thompson and Louisa Sell are:

125 i. Florence J.9 Thompson.

126 ii. Alice G. Thompson.

 

56. David B.8 Thompson (Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born May 01, 1845 in New Rumley, Harrison Co, OH, and died July 13, 1932 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa. He married Mary Ellen Hill February 12, 1868 in West Union, Fayette Co., Iowa. She was born 1848, and died 1933.

More About David B. Thompson:

Burial: Taylorville Cemetery, north of Arlington, Fayette Co., Iowa

More About Mary Ellen Hill:

Burial: Taylorville Cemetery, north of Arlington, Fayette Co., Iowa

More About David Thompson and Mary Hill:

Marriage: February 12, 1868, West Union, Fayette Co., Iowa

 

Children of David Thompson and Mary Hill are:

127 i. William T.9 Thompson.

128 ii. Orlando E. Thompson.

 

Generation No. 9

 

67. Henry Commodore Perry9 Albaugh (John8, Soloman7, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1)

 

Child of Henry Commodore Perry Albaugh is:

129 i. Herman10 Albaugh, born September 16, 1900 in Tu Co, OH; died September 13, 1959. He married Margaret Campe.

 

68. Stewart A.9 Thompson (William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1848 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died 1894. He married Sarah Jane Craft. She was born 1854, and died 1936.

 

Children of Stewart Thompson and Sarah Craft are:

130 i. Edith M10 Thompson, born 1877; died 1904.

+ 131 ii. Eliza R. Thompson, born 1878.

+ 132 iii. Elma P. Thompson, born 1888; died 1971.

 

69. Eliza A.9 Thompson (William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1851 in Carroll Co, Ohio, and died 1919. She married Albert Cushion. He was born 1854, and died 1928.

 

Children of Eliza Thompson and Albert Cushion are:

133 i. William G.10 Cushion, born 1881; died 1945. He married Della A. Hardy.

More About William G. Cushion:

Occupation: Calim adjuster for Soo Line RR.

+ 134 ii. Vier T.Cushion, born 1890.

 

70. David C.9 Thompson (William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1852 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died 1924. He married Janie Cronk. She was born 1862, and died 1928.

 

Children of David Thompson and Janie Cronk are:

135 i. Beulah C.10 Thompson.

136 ii. Gladys G. Thompson.

137 iii. David A. Thompson.

 

71. Hanna Priscilla9 Thompson (William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1857 in North of Wadena, Fayette County, Iowa, and died 1922. She married Lawrence Ray Hulbert. He was born 1857, and died 1943.

Notes for Hanna Priscilla Thompson:

Information Notes from "The Thompson Genealogy" by T.W. Thompson, 1979 edition---In 1904 Hanna Thompson Hulbert was visiting her mother Jane Capper Thompson, and she expressed a desire to see members of the family, and the family reunion idea was born, and the first one held at that time, and has continued without a break for 59 years. It is held on the 2nd Sunday in August at Arlington, Iowa.

More About Hanna Priscilla Thompson:

Residence: Abt. 1890, Picture taken in Washington State.

 

Children of Hanna Thompson and Lawrence Hulbert are:

138 i. Adrian D.10 Hulbert.

139 ii. William Ray Hulbert.

140 iii. Ivan S. Hulbert.

 

72. Zachariah D.9 Thompson (William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born August 21, 1861, and died April 15, 1927 in Taylorville Cemetery, Arlington, Iowa. He married Alta May Williams September 06, 1893, daughter of Nathaniel Williams and Mariett Hayner. She was born March 27, 1868, and died February 12, 1945.

Notes for Alta May Williams:

Alta May was a talented seamstress and painter. One of her large oil paintings done in the Hudson River School is in the possession of granddaughter Genevieve Seedorff in the 1980's.

More About Alta May Williams:

Burial: Taylorville Cemetery, Arlington, Iowa

More About Zachariah Thompson and Alta Williams:

Marriage: September 06, 1893

 

Children of Zachariah Thompson and Alta Williams are:

+ 141 i. Malry Steward10 Thompson, born October 02, 1894; died March 22, 1921.

+ 142 ii. Dewey William Thompson, born January 30, 1898; died December 05, 1974.

 

73. Mary E.9 Thompson (William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1863, and died 1935. She married Henry James. He was born 1855, and died 1946.

 

Children of Mary Thompson and Henry James are:

143 i. Inez10 James.

144 ii. Ellie D. James.

145 iii. Flossie James.

146 iv. Ada James.

+ 147 v. Thal James.

148 vi. Alga James.

 

74. Martha Jane9 Thompson (William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1866, and died 1926. She married Frank E. Taylor. He was born 1864, and died 1930.

More About Martha Jane Thompson:

Occupation: Teacher

More About Frank E. Taylor:

Note: Community builder.

Occupation: Pure bred livestock.

 

Children of Martha Thompson and Frank Taylor are:

149 i. Zelda10 Taylor.

150 ii. Blanche Taylor.

151 iii. Rodney F. Taylor, born 1902; died 1903.

152 iv. Inez Taylor.

 

76. Melissa9 Thompson (Eli Isaac8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1846, and died 1873. She married Lemuel L. Wood. He was born 1846, and died 1916.

 

Children of Melissa Thompson and Lemuel Wood are:

153 i. Eli M.10 Wood.

154 ii. Ella M. Wood.

 

77. Manerva9 Thompson (Eli Isaac8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1848, and died 1925. She married Lemuel L. Wood. He was born 1846, and died 1916.

 

Children of Manerva Thompson and Lemuel Wood are:

155 i. William H.10 Wood.

156 ii. Amos L. Wood.

157 iii. Zella M. Wood.

158 iv. Lemeul R. Wood.

159 v. Luella Allona Wood.

 

78. John Richard9 Thompson (Eli Isaac8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born August 06, 1850 in Perryville, Carroll Co., Ohio, and died September 29, 1915 in Cameron Twp., Hall Co., NB. He married (1) Lizzie Pryse October 24, 1880. She died December 08, 1888. He married (2) Sarah A. Jones July 25, 1900. She died July 08, 1908.

Notes for John Richard Thompson:

JOHN R. THOMPSON

Notes from "Thompson Genealogy"----- John R. and William Henry Thompson both graduated from the University of Iowa Law School and financially supported each other during the process. While one attended school, the other taught school to finance the other, taking turns until they graduated!! John R. was a district judge for 12 years.

 

 

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Material copied and pasted from David Musser's web site, 8/28/2000/Z

http://home.att.net/~musserreunion/john_r.htm

From the obituary of John R. Thompson:

FOR YEARS ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT LAWYERS OF CITY - ACTIVE IN POLITICS AND AN ENTHUSIASTIC WORKER IN LODGE CIRCLES - FUNERAL MONDAY

The citizens of Hall County and Grand Island today mourn the loss of an esteemed citizen. For some years the finger of disease laid its finger upon him. He battled bravely; but for the past few months it was noticeable that the sad inevitable had come and Judge John R. Thompson was called to his reward which those who knew him best know will be the everlasting peace and rest promised all who live bravely and well and do the best they can with life. For many years a district judge and in the days of the ascendancy of the populist party a prominent candidate for the nomination for supreme judge and governor, his life was a busy one and its varied duties were promptly and faithfully met.

Mr. Thompson passed away at his farm in Cameron township yesterday afternoon, death resulting from tuberculosis. He had been ailing for the last year and his condition would not permit him to do much work for the last six months. For over three weeks he was seriously ill and there appeared to be no hope for his recovery. Relatives called on Mr. Thompson daily and at all times he was confident he would recover. He was conscious until the very end and talked very intelligently with his brother. On a recent visit he discussed the political prospects and wanted to know what Wilson's chances were. At no time did he suffer or complain of any pain and he died peacefully.

The funeral will take place next Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock, from the residence at 823 West Second Street. Rev. Gettys of the First M.E. church will conduct the service at the house and from there the obs------ -----German and Irish descent. Both were children of early settlers near Maryland, Md. Eli Thompson and his wife were both born in Carroll county, Ohio. He learned the blacksmith trade, and followed it until 1864, when he became a resident of Fayette county, Iowa. There his wife died on Jan.2, 1881. Eight years later he settled on a homestead in Custer County, Nebraska, where he resided until his death, Feb. 3, 1903. J. R. Thompson attended the district school from three to six months each year until he was 18 years old. He then attended the Upper Iowa university at Fayette, IA., but never completed the full course as he was dependent upon his own efforts to defray his expenses, which he did by working upon a farm and teaching school. In 1875, he entered the law department of the University of Iowa at Iowa City and graduated in 1877, under the instruction of W. G. Hammond, a most able teacher, then chancellor of the university and also founder of the law department. After graduating, he opened a law office in company with his brother W. H. Thompson, in his home town now called Arlington, Iowa. In 1879 J. R. Thompson moved to Grand Island and opened an office here, his brother remaining in Arlington. The partnership continued in this way two years; then W. H. Thompson also moved to this city and they continued in business together until January, 1892. During the early days of their partnership they carried on a real estate loan and insurance business, but later they devoted their attention strictly to the legal profession and won a prominent place at the bar of the state. Mr. Thompson cast his first presidential vote for Horace Greeley, and after that time voted with the democratic party until 1882, when he joined the anti-monopoly party, and until 1891 he might have been considered an independent democrat. He has since affiliated with the populist party. He was elected to the position of district judge of this district in 1891 and served three successive terms. He has also served as city and county attorney by appointment of the city and county board. Mr. Thompson was a member of the Knights of Pythias, A.O.U.W., Modern Woodmen, Odd Fellows and the Elks. He was a member of the First Methodist Episcopal church of this city and contributed largely to its support. He was married on Oct., 24, 1880 to Lizzie A. of Iowa City. She died Dec. 8, 1888. Five children were born to this union. Judge Thompson was again married July 25, 1900 to Sarah A. Jones of Iowa City, IA. The second Mrs. Thompson departed from this earth on July 8, 1908.

After retiring from the judgeship, Mr. Thompson continued to practice law in this city and looked after his extensive property interests. He was one of the three law commissioners of the insurgent Modern Woodmen of Nebraska and in the last year devoted considerable attention to this work. For some months Mr. Thompson had retired from business on account of his health and lived out on the farm with his son in Cameron township.

Five children are left to mourn the loss of their father, Mrs. A. H. Farnsworth, Mrs. Grace Jones, Mrs. Kate Carr, John P. Thompson and Mrs. D.(B) W. Musser. Mr. Thompson also leaves two brothers an one sister, the only ones left of a notable family of nine children, all of whom arrived at maturity. They are L. Roff Thompson of Des Moines, Mrs. L. L. Wood of Sargent, Nebraska, and W. H. Thompson of this city. END OF OBITUARY.

THE HISTORY OF HALL COUNTY NEBRASKA, PUBLISHED IN 1920 IN LINCOLN, NEBRASKA HAS THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE ON PAGE 638:

JUDGE JOHN RICHARD THOMPSON was one of the prominent citizens of Grand Island where for more than thirty-six years he was a leading lawyer and served as judge of this district for three consecutive terms.

Mr. Thompson was born at Perryville, Ohio, August 6, 1850, a son of Eli and Eliha (Kirby) Thompson, both natives of Carrol County, Ohio, where they were married and where they made their home until 1864 when they became residents of Fayette County, Iowa. Here the mother passed away January 2, 1881, and eight years later the father came to Nebraska and secured a homestead in Custer County where he spent the remainder of his days, passing away February 3, 1903.

John R. Thompson attended the district school from three to six months each year until he was eighteen years of age. He then attended Upper Iowa University at Fayette, Iowa, but never completed a full course as he was dependent upon his own resources to defray his expenses, which he did by working on a farm and teaching school. In 1875 he entered the law department of the University of Iowa at Iowa City, graduating in 1877, under the instruction of W. G. Hammond, a most able teacher, then chancellor of the University, and founder of the law department. He then joined his brother, W. H. Thompson, and engaged in the practice of law in their home town, Brush Creek, now Arlington, Iowa where Thompson Brothers had opened an office the year before to earn the money needed to defray expenses to complete their law studies. In February, 1879 John R. opened an office in Grand Island, Nebraska while the brother remained in Iowa. In June 1881, W. H. came to Grand Island the partnership continued until 1892, when John R. Thompson was elevated to the bench of the district court of the eleventh judicial district, consisting of eleven counties, where he served three successive terms of four years each. His decisions were always fair and impartial and he was held in the highest esteem by members of the bar and by all with whom he came in contact. After this he continued the practice of his profession until his death September 29, 1915.

October 24, 1880, Mr. Thompson was united in marriage to Miss Lizzie A. Pryce of Iowa City. She passed away December 8, 1888. Judge Thompson was again married July 25, 1900, to Sarah A. Jones of Iowa City and her death occurred in Grand Island eleven years ago. Of the first marriage were born five children: Callie E., wife of Dr. A. H. Farnsworth; Grace, the wife of Julius Jones of Grand Island; Catherine, the wife of Wm Pyne, mayor and editor of a newspaper at Wendell, Idaho; John P., a ranchman of Hall County, Nebraska; and Elizabeth the wife of Benjamin Musser, of New York.

Judge Thompson was a member of and general contributor to the First Methodist Church of Grand Island, and a member of several fraternal organizations. He served the city and county as attorney and stood for all the things that helped to make for the betterment of the community. The city is indebted to Judge Thompson for the beautiful public park known as "Pioneer Park" as it was largely through his persistent agitation that this tract was set aside as a park instead of being platted and sold for residence properties. END OF ARTICLE

I know from my Mother, Elizabeth Thompson, that the Judge spent a lot of time in Boulder, Colorado attempting to ease his problem with "consumption" which is the name given tuberculosis. Bill Thompson told me that he was told that the Judge slept in a tent in his back yard in an attempt to get relief from the disease. George Carr told me that when the farms were purchased in Nebraska they all had sod houses on them. George also told me that the Judge owned the three houses on the block his house was on. Grace lived in one according to George, and he believed that the others were rented out.

My mother, Elizabeth, also told me that Wild Bill Hitchcock and William Jennings Bryan were guests at their home when she was a child. Also that the Judge had convinced the City to have a combination cemetery, Catholic and Protestant in Grand Island. Supposedly the first such in the country.

Bill Thompson claims that we are related to General Custer also. I haven't found that relationship as yet.

 

More About John Richard Thompson:

Note: Lawyer of outstanding ability.

Occupation: District Court Judge in Grand Island, Neb.

More About John Thompson and Lizzie Pryse:

Marriage: October 24, 1880

More About John Thompson and Sarah Jones:

Marriage: July 25, 1900

 

Children of John Thompson and Lizzie Pryse are:

160 i. Callie E.10 Thompson.

161 ii. Anna Grayce Thompson.

162 iii. John P. Thompson.

163 iv. Elizabeth Inez Thompson.

 

79. William Henry9 Thompson (Eli Isaac8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born December 14, 1853 in Perryville, Carroll Co., Ohio, and died June 06, 1937 in Grand Island, Buffalo Co., NB. He married Minette I. Hutchinson September 07, 1879. She was born 1860, and died 1944.

Notes for William Henry Thompson:

WILLIAM H. THOMPSON

Copied and pasted from David Musser's web page, 8/28/2000Z

http://home.att.net/~musserreunion/william_h_thompson.htm

 

Source: Page 118 THE NATIONAL CYCLOPEDIA

THOMPSON, William Henry, judge and U. S. senator, was born at Perrysville, Ohio, December 14, 1853, son of Eli and Eliza (Kirby) Thompson. He was educated at a private school in Iowa and at the Upper (Iowa University - 1872 - 1875) and graduated LLB at State University of Iowa in 1877, having defrayed the expenses of his education by his own efforts. For several years he practiced law with his brother, John Richard Thompson, first at Brush Creek (later Arlington), Iowa and after 1881 at Grand Island, Nebr., until the brother was elevated to the bench. While he was eminently successful as a criminal lawyer, he also had a large civil practice, covering the entire state. He was an organizer and director of the State Bank of Grand Island and a trustee of Grand Island College. When the office of county attorney was created by the legislature in 1886 he was chosen as the first county attorney of Hall County. During 1887-88 he was the city attorney of Grand Island and during 1895-98 he was the mayor of the city. A stalwart Democrat in politics, he was chairman of the Nebraska delegation to the Democratic National Convention in 1892 and was a delegate-at-large to the Democratic National Convention in 1896 when he helped to nominate William Jennings Bryan (q.v.) of whom he was an intimate friend. At the latter convention he was chosen Democratic National Committeeman for Nebraska and served on the executive committee of the national organization until 1900.

He was also a delegate at large to the national conventions of 1900, 1904, 1908, and 1920 and a Democratic nominee for governor of Nebraska in 1902. During 1920 - 1924 he was again Democratic national committeeman for Nebraska. In 1924 Justice Chester H. Aldrich (q.v.) of the Supreme Court of Nebraska died and Gov. Charles W. Bryan (q.v.) appointed Thompson to fill the vacancy. In the following November he was elected on a non-partisan ticket for the full term of six years. Thus at an age when most men have retired from active life he began a new chapter in his career. Many of his opinions became new precedents, notably in the cases of State v. First Bank (114 Nebr., 423) to the effect that an agreement to pay witnesses by a party is contrary to public policy and void; Sallander v. Life Insurance Co. (112 Neb., 629) which modified the evidence rule "that you must either produce a document when it is called for or never", and State v. State Bank (116 Nebr.,223) overruling the rather famous decision in the case of Glove Publishing Co., v. State Bank (41 Nebr.,175) which had overruled seven previous decisions to the effect that pending actions are affected by the repeal of a statute. By dissenting in the case of Eugene v. Union State Bank (118 Nebr.,105) he opened the way to a result not only highly creditable to himself but beneficial to the jurisprudence of the whole country. The other justices concurred in holding that the treaty with Sweden and Norway which provided that "subjects of the contracting parties in the respective states may freely dispose of their property." rendered inapplicable to a Norwegian subject residing in Nebraska, the requirement of the subsequently enacted state homestead law, that a conveyance of the homestead must be executed by both spouses. The case was taken to the Supreme Court of the United States (Todok v. Union State Bank: 281 U.S. 449) which reversed the majority opinion of the Nebraska court and sustained Thompson in his dissent, holding that it was not the purpose of the treaty to give an alien an advantage which the citizen did not enjoy. Thompson had refused a reelection to the bench, but when Senator Robert Belcher Howell died in 1933, Gov. Bryan appointed him for the unexpired term and he took his seat on May 27th, serving until December 1934 when his successor qualified. He was a member of the commission which had charge of the construction of the new state capitol of Nebraska. In religion he was a Presbyterian. He was married Sept. 7th 1879 to Nettie I., daughter of John Hutchinson, an attorney of West Union, Iowa, and they had four children: Edith, who married Wallace E. Porter; Mattie, Grover and Lloyd G. Thompson. He died at Grand Island, June 6, 1937.

 

 

 

More About William Henry Thompson:

Note: Involved in commission that erected Neb. Capitol.

Occupation: U.S. Senator from Nebraska

More About William Thompson and Minette Hutchinson:

Marriage: September 07, 1879

 

Children of William Thompson and Minette Hutchinson are:

164 i. Edith L.10 Thompson.

165 ii. Martha Thompson, born 1884; died 1884.

166 iii. Grover Thompson.

Notes for Grover Thompson:

After Grover's grandfather Eli Isaac Thompson died, Grover inherited the original family U.S. Government patent in Custer Co., Nebraska. Eli had removed from Brush Creek, Iowa in about 1881. Grover left home in 1907 and took up a 640 acre homestead in western Nebraska, which he sold in 1913 and traveled farther west to the open range country of Wyoming. Grover started with 160 acres on a creek and built it up to a 4000 acre rand. In 1933 Grover took a job as land appraiser for the Federal Bank of Omaha. And followed that with the job of State Appraiser for Home Owners Loan Corp, managing a team of appraisers. Grover, after about 10 years would retire to the Ranch.

167 iv. Lloyd G. Thompson.

 

80. Ellen P.9 Thompson (Eli Isaac8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1856, and died 1889. She married Henry Scott.

 

Children of Ellen Thompson and Henry Scott are:

168 i. Wilfred D.10 Scott.

169 ii. Leland H. Scott.

 

81. Martha E.9 Thompson (Eli Isaac8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1857, and died 1889. She married Horace M. Gregory. He was born 1857, and died 1889.

More About Martha E. Thompson:

Note: Called Mattie

 

Children of Martha Thompson and Horace Gregory are:

170 i. Bertha10 Gregory.

171 ii. Caroline E. Gregory.

 

86. Mary Priscilla9 Thompson (Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1855, and died 1908. She married (1) John L. Kline. He was born 1852, and died 1890. She married (2) William M. Gwinn. He was born 1833, and died 1908.

 

Children of Mary Thompson and John Kline are:

+ 172 i. Perry A.10 Kline, born 1880; died 1951.

+ 173 ii. Martha E. Kline, born Bet. 1883 - 1952.

+ 174 iii. Reba A. Kline, born February 28, 1887; died November 1976.

 

87. Amanda Katura9 Thompson (Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born September 13, 1856 in Grannis Hollow, Iowa, and died 1942 in Fayette, Iowa. She married Walter Eugene Hunt 1878. He was born 1851 in Banbury, England, and died 1945 in Fayette, Iowa.

More About Walter Hunt and Amanda Thompson:

Marriage: 1878

 

Children of Amanda Thompson and Walter Hunt are:

175 i. Flora Belle10 Hunt, born 1882. She married (1) Ross Rodgers. She married (2) L. L. Johnson; born 1869; died 1952.

More About L. L. Johnson:

Occupation: Civil Engineer until 1894

Residence: 1922, Chicago, practicing medicine since 1897.

+ 176 ii. John Samuel Hunt, born 1886; died 1961.

+ 177 iii. Walter Reuben Hunt, born 1887 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa; died 1977 in Manchester, Iowa.

+ 178 iv. Nellie Hunt, born 1891; died October 26, 1976.

+ 179 v. Martha Hunt, born 1895 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa; died 1965 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa.

 

88. Annis E.9 Thompson (Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1858 in Grannis Canyon area of Fayette Co., Iowa, and died 1930 in Kingman Co., Kansas. She married William Robinson 1880 in Fayette Co., Iowa. He was born 1857, and died 1929.

Notes for Annis E. Thompson:

Homesteaded with her husband in Kingman Co., Kansas, in 1883, thus the couple was one of the earliest settlers in this area of Kansas, and were community leaders. About 1892 , when there was no school to attend in Kansas for the older children, the family returned by wagon train back to Arlington, Iowa, where they had relocated from. In Arlington, Walter and Ethel attended school. William James Robinson as a carpenter during this time. Then in 1894, the family returned to the homestead farm where the parents lived the rest of their lives. Walter inherited the farm after he graduated from Manhattan State Agricultural School.

More About Annis E. Thompson:

Relocated: 1892, Back to Arlington, Iowa for high school education for Walter and Ethel.

Removed: 1883, From Arlington, Fayette Co., Iowa to Kingman Co., Kansas to homestead.

More About William Robinson and Annis Thompson:

Marriage: 1880, Fayette Co., Iowa

 

Children of Annis Thompson and William Robinson are:

+ 180 i. Walter S.10 Robinson, born 1885; died 1963.

+ 181 ii. Mary Ethel Robinson, born 1887.

+ 182 iii. Inez L. Robinson, born 1888.

+ 183 iv. James L. Robinson, born 1891.

 

89. Zachariah II Caleb9 Thompson (Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1860, and died 1943. He married Lydia Kate Gwinn March 03, 1887 in Harper, Harper Co., Kansas. She died 1939.

Notes for Zachariah II Caleb Thompson:

Notes taken from "Thompson Genealogy"---Zach II C. drew the plans for the historic round, self-supporting barn that was built on his farm near Harper, Kansas. Zach II was a business man as well as a farmer. He was President of the Board, of the Christian College that was in Harper for years.

More About Zachariah II Caleb Thompson:

Occupation: Farmer and Merchant in Harper, KS

More About Zachariah Thompson and Lydia Gwinn:

Marriage: March 03, 1887, Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

Note: Recorded book A, page 259.

 

Children of Zachariah Thompson and Lydia Gwinn are:

+ 184 i. Caleb Ray10 Thompson, born 1886; died 1947.

+ 185 ii. William G. Thompson, born 1891; died 1950.

+ 186 iii. Zachariah III Caleb Thompson, born 1893.

+ 187 iv. Alma M. Thompson, born 1895.

+ 188 v. Alfred E. Thompson, born 1896.

189 vi. Maurice N. Thompson, born 1898; died 1933. He married Winnie Wilson August 26, 1925 in Harper, Harper Co., Kansas; born 1903.

More About Maurice Thompson and Winnie Wilson:

Marriage: August 26, 1925, Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

Note: Recorded book J, page 265.

+ 190 vii. Samuel Arch Thompson, born 1901.

+ 191 viii. James A. Thompson, born 1903; died 1977.

192 ix. Martha E. Thompson, born 1900; died 1900.

193 x. Lyda C. Thompson, born 1905; died 1905.

194 xi. Florence M. Thompson, born 1907. She married Edward Carnes; born 1900.

 

90. Frances A.9 Thompson (Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1862, and died 1933. She married James T. Shambaugh. He was born 1854, and died 1907.

 

Children of Frances Thompson and James Shambaugh are:

+ 195 i. Elma Jane10 Shambaugh, born October 08, 1881; died March 1980.

196 ii. Velma A. Shambaugh, born 1883; died 1945. She married Carl Titus; born 1879; died 1949.

+ 197 iii. Cleveland J. Shambaugh, born 1885; died 1918.

+ 198 iv. Arthur L. Shambaugh, born 1892; died 1947.

+ 199 v. Bertha May Shambaugh, born November 28, 1894; died June 27, 1989.

 

91. Samuel Andrew9 Thompson II (Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1864 in Grannis Hollow area, Fayette Co., Iowa, and died 1942. He married Ida Liggett Gwinn April 06, 1892 in Harper, Harper Co., Kansas, daughter of William Gwinn and Martha Liggett. She was born 1869, and died 1958.

Notes for Samuel Andrew Thompson II:

Notes taken from "Thompson Genealogy"---Samuel II Andrew Thompson, at the age of 19, in 1883, migrated from Arlington, Fayette Co., Iowa with a team of horses and a wagon, accompanied by James and Frank Carnall, to the southwest corner of Kingman Co., Kansas, near the town of Nashville, where his sister Annis Thompson Robinson and his brother Zach II Caleb Thompson, had just seized government claims. Samuel II was too young to do so, thus he sold the land he had taken up to his brother Zach II. After that, for at least a short while, he earned a livelihood by "breaking sod" using a "sod breaker" plow.

More About Samuel Andrew Thompson II:

Occupation: 1884, Sod Breaker

Removed: 1883, Nashville, Kingman Co., Kansas

More About Samuel Thompson and Ida Gwinn:

Marriage: April 06, 1892, Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

Note: Recorded book B, page72.

 

Children of Samuel Thompson and Ida Gwinn are:

+ 200 i. Harry Gwinn10 Thompson, born 1893 in Harper, Kansas; died 1953 in Harper, Kansas.

201 ii. Jay Leslie Thompson, born May 25, 1895 in Harper, Harper Co., Kansas; died May 1979. He married Edna Maude Aden June 01, 1922 in Harper, Harper Co., Kansas; born 1895; died 1967.

More About Jay Leslie Thompson:

Occupation: Teacher, Pasedena, CA schools.

More About Jay Thompson and Edna Aden:

Marriage: June 01, 1922, Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

Note: Recorded book I, page 347.

+ 202 iii. Reed S. Thompson, born March 21, 1897; died October 1975.

+ 203 iv. Walter James Thompson, born 1899.

204 v. Fay H. Thompson, born 1901; died 1914.

205 vi. Alice M. Thompson, born 1902. She married Lawrence Billingsly; born 1897; died 1967.

More About Alice M. Thompson:

Occupation: Teacher of Modern Languages in Harper, KS

More About Lawrence Billingsly:

Occupation: Farmer in Harper, KS

+ 206 vii. Martha E. Thompson, born 1903; died 1963.

207 viii. Unknown Thompson, born 1907 in Stillborn; died 1907.

+ 208 ix. John M. Thompson, born 1910.

+ 209 x. Roy Thompson, born 1913.

 

92. Othello D.9 Thompson (Morris Jackson8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1852, and died 1924. He married Emma C. Darr. She was born 1855, and died 1948.

 

Children of Othello Thompson and Emma Darr are:

210 i. Fremont W.10 Thompson.

211 ii. Arthur H. Thompson.

212 iii. Gwynn A. Thompson.

 

93. John A.9 Thompson (Morris Jackson8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1854, and died 1914. He married Anna D. Carnall. She was born 1859, and died 1921.

 

Child of John Thompson and Anna Carnall is:

213 i. George S.10 Thompson.

 

97. Annie E.9 Thompson (Morris Jackson8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1863, and died 1946. She married (1) Cornelius D. Little. He was born 1863, and died 1946. She married (2) Cornelius D. Little. He was born 1850, and died 1923.

 

Children of Annie Thompson and Cornelius Little are:

214 i. Clifford10 Little, born 1883; died 1890.

215 ii. Morris J. Little.

216 iii. Irma K. Little.

217 iv. Joe W. Little.

218 v. Neomi E. Little.

 

98. Joseph G.9 Thompson (Morris Jackson8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1866, and died 1935. He married Mary E. House. She was born 1867, and died 1963.

 

Child of Joseph Thompson and Mary House is:

219 i. Arthur H.10 Thompson.

 

99. Morris E.9 Thompson (Morris Jackson8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1873, and died 1949. He married Myra Nace. She was born 1877, and died 1972.

 

Children of Morris Thompson and Myra Nace are:

220 i. Nedra M.10 Thompson.

221 ii. Edwin H. Thompson.

 

100. Jessie M.9 Thompson (Morris Jackson8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1880, and died 1937. He married Jesse Weiler. She was born 1874.

 

Children of Jessie Thompson and Jesse Weiler are:

222 i. Geraldine G10 Thompson.

223 ii. Dale Alton Thompson.

 

101. Alfred9 Amos (Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born October 01, 1851 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died December 10, 1933 in Sargent, Custer Co., NE. He married Caroline Carnall March 01, 1883, daughter of James Carnall and Caroline Nicholson. She was born 1861, and died 1942.

Notes for Alfred Amos:

ALFRED AMOS. (from the "Biographies of Custer Co., NB", http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/custer/bio/bio1.htm

Alfred Amos is a member of a representative family of Custer County, Nebraska, one whose members have identified themselves with various measures for advancing the public welfare and prosperity. They are prominent in social circles and held in high respect and esteem. Mr. Amos was one of the very early settlers of the County and in his first years there met and overcame various discouragements and trials incident to pioneer life. He was born in Carroll County, Ohio, the eldest of seven children of John Mordecai and Catherine (Thompson) Amos. A sketch of the father also appears in this work. Mr. Amos first saw the light of day October 1, 1851, and grew to manhood on the farm in Ohio, being educated in nearby schools. He engaged in farming as a young man and has since followed that occupation. In 1882 he came west looking for a suitable place to locate permanently, and settled in Custer County, homesteading one hundred and sixty acres of land on section twenty-one, township eighteen, range eighteen.

Mr. Amos then returned to Iowa and on March 1, 1883, was united in marriage with Miss Carrie Carnall, who was born in Iowa. She is a daughter of James and Caroline (Nicholson) Carnall, natives of England, the father born in Lincolnshire and the mother in Essex. Mr. Carnall was educated in his native country and married in London, he and his wife coming to America in 1851 and locating in Fayette County, Iowa. He died in Arlington, Iowa, February 11, 1911, at the age of eighty-six years, and his widow now lives in the old home in Arlington, being now (1911) eighty-two years of age. Mrs. Amos has two brothers and a sister in Iowa; one brother in Mansfield, Missouri; one brother in California, and one brother in Colorado Springs.

Mr. and Mrs. Amos established their first home on the Custer County homestead, soon after marriage, remaining there twenty years. He and his wife each served several years as director of the school board of district number ten, she filling the office ten years. In 1903 they purchased three hundred and twenty acres of land on section twenty-one, township eighteen, range eighteen, which is still the home place. They have a well improved and equipped stock and grain farm and are successful and prosperous to a gratifying degree. They have eight children: Wayne L., of Custer County, married Esther Wooters, and they have one child; James Leland, also of Custer County, married Ida L. Bruner, who died March 30, 1911; Anna S., wife of Milton Copsey, lives near Westerville and has three children; Glenn A., Bert S., Catherine, Caroline and Edith Mildred, all at home. Catherine and Caroline are twins.

 

 

More About Alfred Amos:

Migration: 1880, Brush Creek, Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa

Removed: 1882, Custer County, NB

More About Caroline Carnall:

Note: Called Carrie.

More About Alfred Amos and Caroline Carnall:

Marriage: March 01, 1883

 

Children of Alfred Amos and Caroline Carnall are:

+ 224 i. Wayne L.10 Amos, born 1884.

225 ii. James Leland Amos. He married Ida L. Bruner; died March 30, 1911.

226 iii. Anna S. Amos. She married Milton Copsey.

227 iv. Alfred Glenn Amos.

228 v. Bert S. Amos.

229 vi. Ada Catherine Amos.

230 vii. Eva Caroline Amos.

231 viii. Edith Mildred Amos.

 

102. Lycurgus9 Amos (Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born February 13, 1853 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died March 01, 1931. He married Isabelle Meyers November 14, 1871, daughter of Joseph Myers and Luella Hardin. She was born 1854 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died 1941.

Notes for Lycurgus Amos:

LYCURGUS AMOS, from "The Biographies of Custer Co., NB", http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ne/county/custer/bio/bio1.htm

The Amos family have long been known in Custer County as representatives of the best interests of the region and have taken their part in promoting the general welfare and prosperity. Lycurgus Amos, the second son of John M. and Catherine (Thompson) Amos, was born in Carrol County, Ohio, February 13, 1853. A sketch of his father, to be found in this work, gives a full account of the family. Lycurgus (generally Kirk) Amos grew to manhood on the Ohio Farm, was educated in local schools, and as a young man engaged in farming. He was married in Carrol County, December 14, 1871, Isabelle Myers, also of Ohio birth, and daughter of Joseph and Luella (Hardin) Myers, the father of German descent and a native of Ohio, and the mother probably born in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Myers died in Ohio, where three of their daughters and three of their sons now live.

In the fall of 1880 Mr. and Mrs. Amos came with their three children west as far as Fayette County, Iowa, carrying on farming there until the spring of 1883, when they came to Custer County. They secured a homestead of one hundred and sixty acres of land in section twenty-one, township eighteen, range eighteen, which is still the home place, and which has been improved and developed to a fine grain and stock farm.

Seven children have been born to Mr. and Mrs. Amos: Merton S., of Custer County, is married and has six children; Cora I., died in 1877, at the age of two years; Otto O., is at home; John M., of Custer County, is married and has one child; Joseph Raymond, of Custer County, is married and has three children; Noel L. and Ted, at home.

Mr. Amos is one of the very early settlers of Custer County, and one of the very few to retain possession of the original homestead for so long a period. He is prosperous and successful and is widely known as a man of high character and integrity, a substantial and useful citizen. He has the confidence and esteem of a large number of friends.

 

 

More About Lycurgus Amos:

Migration: 1880, Brush Creek, Arlington, Fayette Co, Iowa

Removed: 1883, Custer County, NB

More About Isabelle Meyers:

Home: Kilgore, Ohio

More About Lycurgus Amos and Isabelle Meyers:

Marriage: November 14, 1871

 

Children of Lycurgus Amos and Isabelle Meyers are:

+ 232 i. Merton S.10 Amos, born 1873; died 1953.

233 ii. Cora L. Amos, born 1875; died 1877.

+ 234 iii. Orton Otto Amos, born 1878.

+ 235 iv. John M. Amos, born 1880; died 1953.

+ 236 v. Joseph Ray Amos, born 1886.

+ 237 vi. Noel L. Amos, born 1888.

+ 238 vii. Ted Amos, born 1891; died 1955.

 

104. Angelina9 Amos (Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born December 01, 1858 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died July 27, 1888 in Dry Valley, Custer, Nebraska. She married John B. Slates December 08, 1877 in Carroll Co, Ohio. He was born 1857 in Ohio, first of three children., and died 1931.

More About Angelina Amos:

Note: Another spelling, Angeline

More About John B. Slates:

Note: Family moved to Custer Co, NB, 1883.

More About John Slates and Angelina Amos:

Marriage: December 08, 1877, Carroll Co, Ohio

 

Children of Angelina Amos and John Slates are:

239 i. Ada10 Slates.

240 ii. Laura D. Slates.

241 iii. Clyde Slates.

242 iv. Cora V. Slates.

243 v. Lena Slates.

 

105. Zachariah9 Amos (Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born January 24, 1861 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died July 02, 1954. He married Arabella Love 1883. She was born 1860 in Wisconsin, and died 1908.

Notes for Zachariah Amos:

Zachariah D. Amos, third son of John M. and Catherine (Thompson) Amos, was born in Ohio, and when sixteen years of age accompanied his parents to Iowa. He came to Custer County in the spring of 1883 and took up a homestead of one hundred and sixty acres on section twenty-eight, township eighteen, range eighteen. He was married in Valley County, June 7, 1891, to Miss Arabella Love, who was born in Wisconsin, and for some time before her marriage had been a teacher in Nebraska schools. She had also homesteaded one hundred and sixty acres of land on section twenty-two, township eighteen, range eighteen, where she and her husband now reside. He has served for a number of years as moderator of the school board of district number two hundred and forty-two. Mr. and Mrs. Amos have three children living: Ailsa Bell, Maud L. and Frieda B., all at home. They also have in their household circle, Alice Emerson, whom they have reared since her infancy

More About Arabella Love:

Occupation: Known as an excellent bee keeper.

More About Zachariah Amos and Arabella Love:

Marriage: 1883

 

Children of Zachariah Amos and Arabella Love are:

244 i. Unknown10 Amos, born Unknown; died Unknown in Infancy.

245 ii. Ailsa Amos.

246 iii. Maude Amos.

247 iv. Freida Amos.

 

106. Laura B.9 Amos (Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born February 20, 1863 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died March 02, 1950. She married Eugene Westervelt. He was born 1865, and died 1950.

More About Eugene Westervelt:

Occupation: Owner/editor of Scotts Bluff Republican Newpaper.

Residence: Scotts Bluff for 50 plus years.

 

Children of Laura Amos and Eugene Westervelt are:

248 i. Ethel10 Westervelt, born 1887; died 1887.

249 ii. Dessie Westervelt, born 1889; died 1915.

250 iii. William Westervelt.

251 iv. Muriel Westervelt, born 1893; died 1955.

252 v. John M. Westervelt.

253 vi. Lawrence Westervelt, died in Infancy at one year, twin to Lawrence..

254 vii. Forence Westervelt, born Unknown in Infancy at one year, twin to Lawrence..

255 viii. Mendell E. Westervelt.

256 ix. Catherine Westervelt.

 

107. Emma R.9 Amos (Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born February 05, 1865 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died September 12, 1953. She married Alexander McEwan. He was born 1854, and died 1953.

 

Children of Emma Amos and Alexander McEwan are:

257 i. Orville10 McEwan.

258 ii. Edith McEwan.

259 iii. Fenton McEwan.

 

108. Nora Violoa9 Amos (Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born December 26, 1868 in Carroll Co., Ohio, and died December 19, 1962. She married N. Eli Armstrong. He was born 1868, and died 1962.

 

Children of Nora Amos and N. Armstrong are:

260 i. W. Guy10 Armstrong.

261 ii. Clarence M. Armstrong.

 

109. William Riley9 Amos (Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born June 23, 1871, and died April 10, 1954. He married Eva Campbell in Custer Co., Nebraska. She was born 1871, and died 1940.

More About William Amos and Eva Campbell:

Marriage: Custer Co., Nebraska

 

Children of William Amos and Eva Campbell are:

262 i. Claris10 Amos.

263 ii. Fenton Amos.

264 iii. Bessie Amos.

265 iv. Dale Amos, born 1908; died 1908.

266 v. Lorne Amos.

267 vi. Leone Amos, born 1912; died 1912.

268 vii. Marie Amos.

 

Generation No. 10

 

131. Eliza R.10 Thompson (Stewart A.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1878. She married Edwin B. Grimes. He was born 1878, and died 1942.

 

Children of Eliza Thompson and Edwin Grimes are:

269 i. Eva K.11 Grimes, born 1900; died 1902.

270 ii. Riley S. Grimes, born 1901. He married Joyce E. Chapman; born 1905.

271 iii. Carrie E. Grimes, born 1903; died 1904.

272 iv. Wilma M. Grimes, born 1905.

+ 273 v. Lillian I. Grimes, born 1908.

+ 274 vi. Evelyn A. Grimes, born 1916.

 

132. Elma P.10 Thompson (Stewart A.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1888, and died 1971. She married Clarence Tripp. He was born 1884, and died 1966.

 

Child of Elma Thompson and Clarence Tripp is:

+ 275 i. Cecil Fern11 Tripp, born 1909; died 1943.

 

134. Vier10 T.Cushion (Eliza A.9 Thompson, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1890. He married Ollie Northrup. She was born 1890.

 

Children of Vier T.Cushion and Ollie Northrup are:

276 i. Ivan Vier11 T.Cushion, born 1921; died 1923.

277 ii. Howard T.Cushion.

278 iii. Leslie T.Cushion.

 

141. Malry Steward10 Thompson (Zachariah D.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born October 02, 1894, and died March 22, 1921. He married Ada Beryl Chittenden October 01, 1920. She was born May 14, 1896, and died February 19, 1988.

Notes for Malry Steward Thompson:

Malry enlisted in the army and served in France during WWI, Co A, 32nd Engineers. An injury sustained shortly before the end of WWI resulted in his death.

More About Malry Steward Thompson:

Burial: Taylorville Cemetery, Arlington, Iowa

More About Ada Beryl Chittenden:

Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Fayette, Iowa

More About Malry Thompson and Ada Chittenden:

Marriage: October 01, 1920

 

Child of Malry Thompson and Ada Chittenden is:

279 i. Merle Maxine11 Thompson, born November 19, 1921. She married David Sternberg; born May 18, 1922 in Brooklyn, New York; died December 21, 1995.

More About David Sternberg:

Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Fayette, Iowa

 

142. Dewey William10 Thompson (Zachariah D.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born January 30, 1898, and died December 05, 1974. He married Estella Fox. She was born October 02, 1904, and died May 26, 1980.

 

Children of Dewey Thompson and Estella Fox are:

+ 280 i. Genevieve11 Thompson, born May 02, 1924.

+ 281 ii. Mary Alta Thompson, born May 09, 1927.

282 iii. Kenneth Darrell Thompson, born January 17, 1934. He married Careece Couchman; born May 15, 1952.

+ 283 iv. Keith Thompson, born April 06, 1937.

 

147. Thal10 James (Mary E.9 Thompson, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1)

 

Child of Thal James is:

284 i. Ellsworth11 James.

 

172. Perry A.10 Kline (Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1880, and died 1951. He married Sarah E. Johnson. She was born 1882.

 

Children of Perry Kline and Sarah Johnson are:

285 i. Vivian B.11 Kline, born 1902. She married (1) Clinton Jacobs; born 1902; died 1950. She married (2) James E. Lee; born 1900.

+ 286 ii. Mary M. Kline, born 1904.

287 iii. Johnson Kline, born 1906. He married Mabel G. Smith; born 1910.

+ 288 iv. Robert Kline, born 1910.

+ 289 v. Walter L. Kline, born 1913.

+ 290 vi. Marjorie M. Kline, born 1916.

+ 291 vii. Leroy Kline, born 1918.

+ 292 viii. Barbara L. Kline, born 1923.

 

173. Martha E.10 Kline (Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born Bet. 1883 - 1952. She married Edgar Hubbell. He was born 1873, and died 1961.

 

Children of Martha Kline and Edgar Hubbell are:

293 i. Bernice M.11 Hubbell.

294 ii. Everett R. Hubbell.

295 iii. Morton L. Hubbell.

296 iv. Archie L. Hubbell.

297 v. Cecil E. Hubbell.

298 vi. Una I. Hubbell.

 

174. Reba A.10 Kline (Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born February 28, 1887, and died November 1976. She married Rass LeCrone. He was born September 20, 1882, and died March 1969.

 

Child of Reba Kline and Rass LeCrone is:

299 i. Helen Viola11 LeCrone.

 

176. John Samuel10 Hunt (Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1886, and died 1961. He married (1) Olive Douglas. She was born 1887. He married (2) Elizabeth Bouman. She was born 1900.

More About John Samuel Hunt:

Residence: California

 

Child of John Hunt and Olive Douglas is:

+ 300 i. John Douglas11 Hunt, born 1917; died 1958.

 

177. Walter Reuben10 Hunt (Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1887 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa, and died 1977 in Manchester, Iowa. He married Winnifred Mary Strayer. She was born 1890 in Calmar, Winneshiek Co., Iowa, and died 1977 in Manchester, Iowa.

More About Walter Reuben Hunt:

Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Fayette, Iowa

More About Winnifred Mary Strayer:

Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Fayette, Iowa

 

Children of Walter Hunt and Winnifred Strayer are:

+ 301 i. Donald Reuben11 Hunt, born 1916 in Fayette, Iowa; died 1990 in Oelwein, Iowa.

+ 302 ii. Eleanor Winnifred Hunt, born 1919 in Fayette, Iowa; died 1965.

 

178. Nellie10 Hunt (Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1891, and died October 26, 1976. She married (1) E. E. Timm. He was born 1882, and died 1956. She married (2) James Nelson. He died 1962.

 

Child of Nellie Hunt and E. Timm is:

+ 303 i. Philip11 Timm, born July 11, 1919.

 

179. Martha10 Hunt (Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1895 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa, and died 1965 in Fayette, Fayette Co., Iowa. She married Glenn Noble. He was born 1898, and died 1958.

More About Martha Hunt:

Burial: Grandview Cemetery, Fayette, Iowa

 

Child of Martha Hunt and Glenn Noble is:

304 i. Lois Adeline11 Noble, born 1914; died 1940.

More About Lois Adeline Noble:

Note: Died while teaching school.

 

180. Walter S.10 Robinson (Annis E.9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1885, and died 1963. He married Mary E. Inslee. She was born 1889, and died 1979.

 

Children of Walter Robinson and Mary Inslee are:

305 i. Carl G.11 Robinson, born 1912; died 1919.

306 ii. Ralph R. Robinson.

307 iii. Cecil R. Robinson.

308 iv. Walter S. Robinson II.

309 v. Wilma H. Robinson.

 

181. Mary Ethel10 Robinson (Annis E.9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1887. She married Gordon Newman. He was born 1886, and died 1964.

More About Mary Ethel Robinson:

Education: 1910, Nurse, West Side Hospital, Witchita, KS

Occupation: 1924, Nurse, Dr. E.W. Adamson, Douglas, AZ, for 38 yrs.

More About Gordon Newman:

Occupation: Police officer and constable, Douglas, AZ

 

Child of Mary Robinson and Gordon Newman is:

310 i. Gordon11 Newman II.

 

182. Inez L.10 Robinson (Annis E.9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1888. She married Walter B. Torrence. He was born 1885, and died 1961.

 

Children of Inez Robinson and Walter Torrence are:

311 i. James G.11 Torrence.

312 ii. Hale E. Torrence.

313 iii. Calvin Torrence.

 

183. James L.10 Robinson (Annis E.9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1891. He married Virginia Mears. She was born 1893.

 

Children of James Robinson and Virginia Mears are:

314 i. Preston11 Robinson, born 1920; died 1927.

315 ii. Russel Robinson.

316 iii. LeRoy Robinson.

 

184. Caleb Ray10 Thompson (Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1886, and died 1947. He married Minnie F. Melvin September 29, 1910 in Harper, Harper Co., Kansas. She was born 1889, and died 1976.

More About Caleb Thompson and Minnie Melvin:

Marriage: September 29, 1910, Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

Note: Recorded book FU, page 107.

 

Children of Caleb Thompson and Minnie Melvin are:

+ 317 i. Velma Fern11 Thompson, born 1911.

+ 318 ii. Raymond Allen Thompson, born 1927.

+ 319 iii. Mary Louise Thompson, born 1930.

 

185. William G.10 Thompson (Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1891, and died 1950. He married Donna Blevins. She was born 1893, and died 1924.

 

Children of William Thompson and Donna Blevins are:

320 i. Joyce E.11 Thompson, born 1913; died 1960.

More About Joyce E. Thompson:

Occupation: Registered Nurse, Navy, San Diego, CA

+ 321 ii. William Ewald Thompson, born 1914.

+ 322 iii. Wilma E. Thompson, born 1917.

+ 323 iv. Don A. Thompson, born 1921; died 1961.

+ 324 v. Martha Nell Thompson, born 1924.

 

186. Zachariah III Caleb10 Thompson (Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1893. He married Katharine Stone. She was born 1897.

 

Children of Zachariah Thompson and Katharine Stone are:

325 i. Glendon S.11 Thompson, born 1916.

+ 326 ii. Melba E. Thompson, born 1921.

327 iii. Irma R. Thompson, born 1917; died 1918.

328 iv. Billy J. Thompson, born 1923; died 1945 in WW II, Italy, ArmyAirForce Pilot, killed in combat..

More About Billy J. Thompson:

Burial: Naples, Italy

329 v. James R. Thompson, born 1925.

More About James R. Thompson:

Residence: Denton, TX

+ 330 vi. Katherine A. Thompson, born 1929.

+ 331 vii. Jack Thompson, born 1932.

 

187. Alma M.10 Thompson (Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1895. She married Lory R. Mathes in Harper, Harper Co., Kansas. He was born 1892.

Notes for Alma M. Thompson:

Married Lory Mathes of Harper, Kansas, B. December 2, 1892, died December 1970.

More About Alma M. Thompson:

Residence: Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

More About Lory R. Mathes:

Occupation: Farmer

Residence: Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

More About Lory Mathes and Alma Thompson:

Marriage: Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

Note: Recorded book?, page 435, date not recorded.

 

Children of Alma Thompson and Lory Mathes are:

+ 332 i. Loraine Melba11 Mathes, born 1917.

333 ii. Harold Mathes, born 1927. He married Yvonne Daniel; born 1934.

More About Yvonne Daniel:

Education: M.A. in Economics and Statistics

Occupation: Teacher, Texas Tech., Lubbock, TX

334 iii. Aletha Ruth Mathes, born 1929.

More About Aletha Ruth Mathes:

Note: Called Ruth

Occupation: Secretary, Boeing Aircraft, Wichita, KS

+ 335 iv. Loren Ray Mathes, born 1932.

 

188. Alfred E.10 Thompson (Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1896. He married Tina Blevins. She was born 1898.

 

Children of Alfred Thompson and Tina Blevins are:

336 i. Cleta Mae11 Thompson, born 1917. She married Melvin Vobach.

+ 337 ii. Marjorie Thompson, born 1922.

338 iii. Robert Thompson, born 1924. He married Virginia Bell; born 1922.

 

190. Samuel Arch10 Thompson (Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1901. He married Hildreth A. Shidler. She was born 1907.

More About Samuel Arch Thompson:

Occupation: Superintendent of Schools, McAlester, Oklahoma

 

Children of Samuel Thompson and Hildreth Shidler are:

+ 339 i. Jaquelin J.11 Thompson, born 1930.

340 ii. Karen A. Thompson, born 1946; died 1947.

341 iii. Sue Ann Thompson, born 1948.

 

191. James A.10 Thompson (Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1903, and died 1977. He married Ruby Valentine May 18, 1924 in Harper, Harper Co., Kansas. She was born 1903.

More About James A. Thompson:

Occupation: Executive, Phillips Petroleum, Bartelsville, OK

More About James Thompson and Ruby Valentine:

Marriage: May 18, 1924, Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

Note: Recorded book J. 103

 

Children of James Thompson and Ruby Valentine are:

342 i. Anita Mae11 Thompson.

343 ii. Glenna Dean Thompson.

344 iii. Richard Thompson.

 

195. Elma Jane10 Shambaugh (Frances A.9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born October 08, 1881, and died March 1980. She married Frank M. Ross. He was born 1881, and died 1914.

More About Elma Jane Shambaugh:

Occupation: Teacher in Arlington, Iowa.

 

Child of Elma Shambaugh and Frank Ross is:

345 i. Darl Morten11 Ross.

 

197. Cleveland J.10 Shambaugh (Frances A.9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1885, and died 1918. He married Laura I. Haxton. She was born 1883, and died 1953.

More About Cleveland J. Shambaugh:

Occupation: Doctor

More About Laura I. Haxton:

Occupation: Teacher

 

Child of Cleveland Shambaugh and Laura Haxton is:

346 i. Frank James11 Shambaugh.

 

198. Arthur L.10 Shambaugh (Frances A.9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1892, and died 1947. He married Mildred M. Roys. She was born August 07, 1892, and died April 1981.

 

Children of Arthur Shambaugh and Mildred Roys are:

347 i. Leroy J.11 Shambaugh, born 1913; died 1929.

348 ii. Marie J. Shambaugh.

349 iii. Francis Shambaugh, born 1917; died 1917.

350 iv. Harley B. Shambaugh.

351 v. Dale B. Shambaugh.

352 vi. Jas. W. Shambaugh, born 1925; died 1925.

 

199. Bertha May10 Shambaugh (Frances A.9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born November 28, 1894, and died June 27, 1989. She married Rudolph R. Knoerr. He was born 1892, and died 1962.

More About Bertha May Shambaugh:

Education: Drake U., Des Moines

Occupation: Social Services

More About Rudolph R. Knoerr:

Occupation: Electrical Engineer, taught at U of Wisc., Drexel Institute.

 

Children of Bertha Shambaugh and Rudolph Knoerr are:

353 i. Kenneth11 Knoerr.

354 ii. Donald Knoerr.

 

200. Harry Gwinn10 Thompson (Samuel Andrew9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1893 in Harper, Kansas, and died 1953 in Harper, Kansas. He married Verla Marie Newel 1920, daughter of Andrew Newell and Mary Hatton. She was born 1898.

More About Harry Thompson and Verla Newel:

Marriage: 1920

 

Children of Harry Thompson and Verla Newel are:

+ 355 i. Melva Arlene11 Thompson, born September 16, 1922 in Harper, Kansas; died September 24, 1995 in Porterville, California.

356 ii. Harlan Gwinn Thompson, born September 05, 1925.

+ 357 iii. Phillip Andrew Thompson, born January 10, 1931.

 

202. Reed S.10 Thompson (Samuel Andrew9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born March 21, 1897, and died October 1975. He married Bessie M. Galloway August 07, 1919 in Harper, Harper Co., Kansas. She was born 1900.

More About Reed S. Thompson:

Occupation: Farmer, near Medford, Oregon

More About Reed Thompson and Bessie Galloway:

Marriage: August 07, 1919, Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

Note: Recorded book H, page 330.

 

Children of Reed Thompson and Bessie Galloway are:

358 i. Warren H.11 Thompson.

359 ii. Harry L. Thompson.

360 iii. Mary L. Thompson.

361 iv. Alice L. Thompson.

 

203. Walter James10 Thompson (Samuel Andrew9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1899. He married Ona Merle Crist May 09, 1920 in Harper, Harper Co., Kansas. She was born January 20, 1899, and died November 1995.

More About Walter James Thompson:

Occupation: Run a Skogmos Store in Harper, KS

More About Walter Thompson and Ona Crist:

Marriage: May 09, 1920, Harper, Harper Co., Kansas

Note: Recorded book I, page 51.

 

Children of Walter Thompson and Ona Crist are:

+ 362 i. Loren Walter11 Thompson, born 1921.

+ 363 ii. Foy Nelson Thompson, born 1922.

 

206. Martha E.10 Thompson (Samuel Andrew9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1903, and died 1963. She married Clarice P. Short. He was born January 04, 1900, and died August 06, 1992.

More About Clarice P. Short:

Occupation: Operated large dairy farm near Harper, KS

 

Children of Martha Thompson and Clarice Short are:

364 i. Clarice Howard11 Short.

365 ii. Robert Roy Short.

 

208. John M.10 Thompson (Samuel Andrew9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1910. He married Pauline Phillips. She was born 1916.

More About John M. Thompson:

Occupation: Repair shop in Harper, KS

More About Pauline Phillips:

Occupation: Snack Bar in Harper, KS

 

Children of John Thompson and Pauline Phillips are:

366 i. Son11 Thompson, born 1940 in 1940.

367 ii. Samuel Elmer Thompson.

 

209. Roy10 Thompson (Samuel Andrew9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1913. He married Goldie Perkins. She was born 1913.

More About Roy Thompson:

Occupation: Farmer near Harper, KS

 

Children of Roy Thompson and Goldie Perkins are:

368 i. Norman L.11 Thompson.

369 ii. Ida M. Thompson, born 1942.

370 iii. Martha R. Thompson, born 1948.

 

224. Wayne L.10 Amos (Alfred9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1884. He married Esther Wooters. She was born 1888.

 

Children of Wayne Amos and Esther Wooters are:

+ 371 i. Vernon11 Amos, born 1911.

+ 372 ii. Vivian Amos, born 1912.

 

232. Merton S.10 Amos (Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1873, and died 1953. He married Ella Reider. She was born 1878.

 

Children of Merton Amos and Ella Reider are:

+ 373 i. Nora11 Amos, born 1899.

+ 374 ii. Erma Amos, born 1902.

+ 375 iii. Beulah Amos, born 1904.

376 iv. Murl Amos, born 1906. He married Fern Petit; born 1906.

377 v. Ada Amos, born 1908. She married Roland Hill; born 1908.

+ 378 vi. Lycurgus Amos, born 1910.

379 vii. Gayloard Amos, born 1912; died 1912.

 

234. Orton Otto10 Amos (Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1878. He married Edna Oliver. She was born 1903.

 

Children of Orton Amos and Edna Oliver are:

+ 380 i. Kenneth L.11 Amos, born 1927.

+ 381 ii. Gordon L. Amos, born 1930.

+ 382 iii. Otto Jr. Amos, born 1932.

+ 383 iv. Jerald D. Amos, born 1934.

384 v. Marvin Amos, born 1939.

385 vi. Leo L. Amos, born 1941.

 

235. John M.10 Amos (Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1880, and died 1953. He married Bessie M. Brumbaugh. She was born 1895.

 

Children of John Amos and Bessie Brumbaugh are:

+ 386 i. Garley S.11 Amos, born 1911.

387 ii. Guy G. Amos.

+ 388 iii. Karl L. Amos, born 1913.

+ 389 iv. Sarah B. Amos, born 1914.

+ 390 v. Milford W. Amos, born 1916.

+ 391 vi. Florence A. Amos, born 1918.

+ 392 vii. Kalso F. Amos, born 1919.

393 viii. Bryce Amos, born 1920; died 1920.

+ 394 ix. Evalyn Amos, born 1922.

+ 395 x. Virgil P. Amos, born 1924.

+ 396 xi. Hanford R. Amos, born 1926.

397 xii. Gaylord L. Amos, born 1927; died 1952 in Korean War.

+ 398 xiii. Maynard Amos, born 1930.

+ 399 xiv. Midgie A. Amos, born 1932.

+ 400 xv. Bonnie L. Amos, born 1933.

401 xvi. John M. Jr. Amos.

 

236. Joseph Ray10 Amos (Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1886. He married Katherine Dasher. She was born 1889.

 

Children of Joseph Amos and Katherine Dasher are:

+ 402 i. Fay E.11 Amos, born 1907.

+ 403 ii. Espy L. Amos, born 1908.

+ 404 iii. Lilas E. Amos, born 1910.

+ 405 iv. Opal G. Amos, born 1912.

406 v. Cora Amos, born 1914; died 1917.

+ 407 vi. Avis Amos, born 1916.

+ 408 vii. Donald Amos, born 1919.

+ 409 viii. Gayle Amos, born 1922.

 

237. Noel L.10 Amos (Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1888. He married Minnie I. Draper. She was born 1904.

 

Children of Noel Amos and Minnie Draper are:

410 i. Alvin N.11 Amos.

411 ii. Elva M. Amos.

412 iii. Ellwyn D. Amos.

413 iv. Wilbur G. Amos.

414 v. Dolores A. Amos.

415 vi. Nettie J. Amos, born 1934; died 1934.

416 vii. Lary Amos.

417 viii. LeRoy Amos.

 

238. Ted10 Amos (Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1891, and died 1955. He married Esther Mattox. She was born 1892.

 

Children of Ted Amos and Esther Mattox are:

418 i. Edwin L.11 Amos.

419 ii. Gladys C. Amos.

420 iii. Wilma W. Amos.

421 iv. Vera V. Amos.

422 v. Bernard G. Amos.

423 vi. Alberta May Amos.

 

Generation No. 11

 

273. Lillian I.11 Grimes (Eliza R.10 Thompson, Stewart A.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1908. She married Richard Kohls. He was born 1900, and died 1966.

 

Children of Lillian Grimes and Richard Kohls are:

424 i. Donald E.12 Kohls, born 1940.

425 ii. Ruth Ann Kohls, born 1943.

 

274. Evelyn A.11 Grimes (Eliza R.10 Thompson, Stewart A.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1916. She married Vern W. Darnell. He was born 1915.

 

Children of Evelyn Grimes and Vern Darnell are:

426 i. Ramona K12 Darnell, born 1938.

427 ii. Lynn M. Darnell, born 1939.

428 iii. Richard R. Darnell, born 1943.

429 iv. Jill A. Darnell, born 1952.

430 v. Dirk A. Darnell, born 1959.

 

275. Cecil Fern11 Tripp (Elma P.10 Thompson, Stewart A.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1909, and died 1943. He married Sheldon Moats. She was born 1907.

 

Child of Cecil Tripp and Sheldon Moats is:

431 i. Corrine Fern12 Tripp.

 

280. Genevieve11 Thompson (Dewey William10, Zachariah D.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born May 02, 1924. She married Leslie Seedorff. He was born 1918.

 

Children of Genevieve Thompson and Leslie Seedorff are:

432 i. Dean12 Seedorff, born August 09, 1944. He married (1) Jacquline Meires. He married (2) Catherine Ruschlein. He married (3) Diana Moore.

433 ii. John Seedorff, born October 28, 1945. He married Linda.

434 iii. Diana Seedorff, born January 09, 1947. She married Jerry Hammond.

435 iv. Alice Seedorff, born March 10, 1948. She married (1) Gary Ward. She married (2) LeRoy Dennis.

436 v. Linda Seedorff, born November 13, 1949. She married Thomas Baird.

437 vi. Vonna Seedorff, born June 27, 1954.

438 vii. Randall Lee Seedorff, born December 11, 1956. He married (1) Cheryl Baxter. He married (2) Katherine Collins.

439 viii. Brenda Seedorff, born October 06, 1961. She married Darrell Ray.

 

281. Mary Alta11 Thompson (Dewey William10, Zachariah D.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born May 09, 1927. She married Paul Hunt. He was born October 1926.

 

Children of Mary Thompson and Paul Hunt are:

+ 440 i. Stephen Alan12 Hunt, born June 13, 1950.

+ 441 ii. Paulette Ann Hunt, born January 24, 1953.

+ 442 iii. Marsha Lou Hunt, born February 16, 1954.

+ 443 iv. David Lee Hunt, born October 14, 1956.

 

283. Keith11 Thompson (Dewey William10, Zachariah D.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born April 06, 1937. He married Beatrice Yeager. She was born 1937, and died February 20, 1977.

 

Children of Keith Thompson and Beatrice Yeager are:

444 i. Beth12 Thompson.

445 ii. Chad Thompson.

+ 446 iii. Chris Thompson.

 

286. Mary M.11 Kline (Perry A.10, Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1904. She married Elton M. Couch. He was born 1903.

 

Children of Mary Kline and Elton Couch are:

+ 447 i. Mary B.12 Couch, born 1926.

+ 448 ii. Virginia M. Couch, born 1929.

449 iii. Elton M. Couch, born 1936; died 1936.

 

288. Robert11 Kline (Perry A.10, Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1910. He married Vala M. McNabb. She was born 1909, and died 1951.

 

Child of Robert Kline and Vala McNabb is:

450 i. Marvin Dean12 Kline, born 1935.

 

289. Walter L.11 Kline (Perry A.10, Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1913. He married (1) Adeline Frame. She was born 1913. He married (2) Bessie L. H. Veeley.

 

Children of Walter Kline and Adeline Frame are:

+ 451 i. Rochelle12 Kline, born 1937.

452 ii. Leslie L. Kline, born 1941.

453 iii. Mary Elizabeth Kline, born 1950.

 

290. Marjorie M.11 Kline (Perry A.10, Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1916. She married Ben L. Davis. He was born 1913.

 

Children of Marjorie Kline and Ben Davis are:

+ 454 i. Sherry A.12 Davis, born 1936.

455 ii. Karen Jean Davis.

456 iii. Jerry Dean Davis, born 1939.

457 iv. William Perry Davis, born 1943.

 

291. Leroy11 Kline (Perry A.10, Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1918. He married (1) Bonita Martin. She was born 1921, and died 1946. He married (2) Bethel M. Koehn. She was born 1930.

 

Children of Leroy Kline and Bonita Martin are:

458 i. Patricia L.12 Kline, born 1943.

459 ii. William Perry Kline, born 1946.

 

Children of Leroy Kline and Bethel Koehn are:

460 i. Charles D.12 Kline, born 1952.

461 ii. Cheryl K. Kline, born 1955; died 1955.

 

292. Barbara L.11 Kline (Perry A.10, Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1923. She married Austin E. Cordray. He was born 1920.

 

Children of Barbara Kline and Austin Cordray are:

462 i. Richard L.12 Cordray, born 1952.

463 ii. Jax. Randall Cordray, born 1953.

 

300. John Douglas11 Hunt (John Samuel10, Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1917, and died 1958. He married Nellie.

 

Children of John Hunt and Nellie are:

464 i. Steve12 Hunt.

465 ii. LeAnn Susan Hunt.

 

301. Donald Reuben11 Hunt (Walter Reuben10, Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1916 in Fayette, Iowa, and died 1990 in Oelwein, Iowa. He married Ruth Mettler Pfeiffer May 25, 1946 in West Union, Iowa. She was born May 16, 1914 in Oelwein, Iowa, and died September 25, 1998 in Oelwein, Iowa.

More About Donald Reuben Hunt:

Education: Graduated Upper Iowa University, Fayette.

Military service: Flight Sargent, WW II, Army Air Corp

Occupation: Farmed four miles west of Oelwein, Iowa.

More About Ruth Mettler Pfeiffer:

Education: Graduated Upper Iowa University, Fayette.

More About Donald Hunt and Ruth Pfeiffer:

Marriage: May 25, 1946, West Union, Iowa

 

Children of Donald Hunt and Ruth Pfeiffer are:

+ 466 i. Henry Donald12 Hunt.

+ 467 ii. Donna Ruth Hunt.

 

302. Eleanor Winnifred11 Hunt (Walter Reuben10, Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1919 in Fayette, Iowa, and died 1965. She married Theo Marcus Zbornik. He was born 1919, and died 1986.

More About Eleanor Winnifred Hunt:

Occupation: Career High School Teacher

More About Theo Marcus Zbornik:

Military service: C47 Navigator, WW II, Army Air Corp

Occupation: Auto Body Shop

Residence: Fayette, Iowa

 

Children of Eleanor Hunt and Theo Zbornik are:

468 i. Barry Marcus12 Zbornik, born December 11, 1942 in West Union, Fayette Co., Iowa.

More About Barry Marcus Zbornik:

Education: Iowa State University, Ames

Occupation: Science Teacher, Principal

Residence: 1978, Hannibal, Missouri

469 ii. Winnie Mae Zbornik, born July 27, 1945 in West Union, Fayette Co., Iowa.

More About Winnie Mae Zbornik:

Education: Upper Iowa University, Fayette

Occupation: Career Teacher

Residence: Fayette, Iowa

 

303. Philip11 Timm (Nellie10 Hunt, Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born July 11, 1919. He married Maria. She was born 1918.

 

Children of Philip Timm and Maria are:

+ 470 i. Glenn12 Timm.

471 ii. Elizabeth Timm. She married Byron Christian.

 

317. Velma Fern11 Thompson (Caleb Ray10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1911. She married George Phares Decker. He was born 1909.

More About George Phares Decker:

Occupation: College teacher, Gainsville, FL

 

Children of Velma Thompson and George Decker are:

472 i. Glenn A.12 Decker, born 1941.

473 ii. David George Decker, born 1943.

474 iii. Pharlee Fern Decker, born 1948.

 

318. Raymond Allen11 Thompson (Caleb Ray10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1927. He married Majol L. Pollom. She was born 1927.

 

Children of Raymond Thompson and Majol Pollom are:

475 i. Amy L.12 Thompson, born 1954.

476 ii. Abby L. Thompson, born 1961.

 

319. Mary Louise11 Thompson (Caleb Ray10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1930. She married Clifford Heckathorne. He was born 1925.

 

Children of Mary Thompson and Clifford Heckathorne are:

477 i. Kevin D.12 Heckathorne, born 1954.

478 ii. Karen L. Heckathorne, born 1957.

 

321. William Ewald11 Thompson (William G.10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1914. He married Ann Coker.

 

Child of William Thompson and Ann Coker is:

479 i. William Lee12 Thompson, born 1945.

 

322. Wilma E.11 Thompson (William G.10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1917. She married Lynn Coffman. He was born 1917.

 

Children of Wilma Thompson and Lynn Coffman are:

480 i. Joyce Ann12 Coffman, born 1955.

481 ii. Judity Lynn Coffman, born 1956.

 

323. Don A.11 Thompson (William G.10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1921, and died 1961. He married Ellen A. Ramey. She was born 1926.

 

Children of Don Thompson and Ellen Ramey are:

482 i. Steven Gwinn12 Thompson, born 1947.

483 ii. Don Clinton Thompson, born 1951.

 

324. Martha Nell11 Thompson (William G.10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1924. She married Daniel Owen. He was born 1922.

 

Children of Martha Thompson and Daniel Owen are:

484 i. Virginia B.12 Owen, born 1948.

485 ii. Daniel William Owen, born 1950.

 

326. Melba E.11 Thompson (Zachariah III Caleb10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1921. She married C. Edward Petty. He was born 1920.

 

Children of Melba Thompson and C. Petty are:

486 i. Paul12 Petty, born 1944.

487 ii. Lora Petty, born 1947.

488 iii. Ralph Petty, born 1950.

489 iv. Carl Petty, born 1953.

490 v. James Petty, born 1960.

 

330. Katherine A.11 Thompson (Zachariah III Caleb10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1929. She married William Schleyer. He was born 1927.

 

Children of Katherine Thompson and William Schleyer are:

491 i. Karen Ann12 Schleyer, born 1951.

492 ii. Jon Mark Schleyer, born 1955.

 

331. Jack11 Thompson (Zachariah III Caleb10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1932. He married Lillian P. Brady. She was born 1934.

 

Child of Jack Thompson and Lillian Brady is:

493 i. Debbie K.12 Thompson, born 1956.

 

332. Loraine Melba11 Mathes (Alma M.10 Thompson, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1917. She married Verne Everson. He was born 1917.

 

Child of Loraine Mathes and Verne Everson is:

494 i. Sandra Kay12 Everson, born 1947.

 

335. Loren Ray11 Mathes (Alma M.10 Thompson, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1932. He married Shirley Watkins. She was born 1933.

More About Loren Ray Mathes:

Occupation: Farming near Harper, KS

 

Children of Loren Mathes and Shirley Watkins are:

495 i. Shelly Ann12 Mathes, born 1952.

496 ii. Rand J. Mathes, born 1954.

497 iii. John Barry Mathes, born 1957.

 

337. Marjorie11 Thompson (Alfred E.10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1922. She married Gene Wilson. He was born 1922.

 

Child of Marjorie Thompson and Gene Wilson is:

498 i. Bobbie12 Wilson, born 1952.

 

339. Jaquelin J.11 Thompson (Samuel Arch10, Zachariah II Caleb9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1930. She married Phil A. Martin. He was born 1930.

 

Children of Jaquelin Thompson and Phil Martin are:

499 i. Phil A.12 Martin, born 1953.

500 ii. Melinda Martin, born 1955.

501 iii. Julia B. Martin, born 1957.

502 iv. Dana Jo Martin, born 1958.

 

355. Melva Arlene11 Thompson (Harry Gwinn10, Samuel Andrew9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born September 16, 1922 in Harper, Kansas, and died September 24, 1995 in Porterville, California. She married Crockett Vernon Byars October 15, 1945 in Anthony, Kansas, son of Eugen Byars and Dovie Loflin.

More About Crockett Byars and Melva Thompson:

Marriage: October 15, 1945, Anthony, Kansas

 

Children of Melva Thompson and Crockett Byars are:

503 i. Thomas Edward12 Byars, born December 03, 1946 in Porterville, California.

504 ii. Timothy Vernon Byars, born March 04, 1951 in Porterville, California.

505 iii. Mark Alton Byars Byars, born December 07, 1958 in Porterville, California.

 

357. Phillip Andrew11 Thompson (Harry Gwinn10, Samuel Andrew9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born January 10, 1931. He married Shirley Andrews.

 

Children of Phillip Thompson and Shirley Andrews are:

506 i. Paul12 Thompson.

507 ii. Patricia Thompson.

508 iii. James Thompson.

509 iv. Jay Thompson.

 

362. Loren Walter11 Thompson (Walter James10, Samuel Andrew9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1921. He married Dorothy J. Hall. She was born 1924.

 

Children of Loren Thompson and Dorothy Hall are:

510 i. Michael Loren12 Thompson, born 1947.

511 ii. Lou Ann Thompson, born 1950.

 

363. Foy Nelson11 Thompson (Walter James10, Samuel Andrew9, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1922. He married Kathlene Tolle. She was born 1924.

 

Children of Foy Thompson and Kathlene Tolle are:

512 i. Candie A.12 Thompson, born 1947.

513 ii. Margaret V. Thompson, born 1949.

514 iii. Rickey Thompson, born 1954.

 

371. Vernon11 Amos (Wayne L.10, Alfred9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1911. He married Mary Lemick. She was born 1911.

 

Children of Vernon Amos and Mary Lemick are:

+ 515 i. Barbara Jean12 Amos, born 1932.

516 ii. Bob Dean Amos, born 1934. He married Diane Anderson; born 1942.

+ 517 iii. Dick L. Amos, born 1936.

518 iv. Norman J. Amos, born 1938; died 1938. He married Bonnie J. Ronnei; born 1941.

 

372. Vivian11 Amos (Wayne L.10, Alfred9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1912. He married Gale Haner. She was born 1913.

 

Children of Vivian Amos and Gale Haner are:

519 i. Dean L.12 Amos, born 1939.

520 ii. Ronald G. Amos, born 1941.

521 iii. Dennis Amos, born 1945.

 

373. Nora11 Amos (Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1899. She married Howard Smith. He was born 1896, and died 1953.

 

Children of Nora Amos and Howard Smith are:

+ 522 i. Gerald12 Smith, born 1917.

+ 523 ii. Dale Smith, born 1921.

+ 524 iii. Shirley Smith, born 1928.

 

374. Erma11 Amos (Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1902. She married William Marsh. He was born 1901.

 

Children of Erma Amos and William Marsh are:

+ 525 i. Virginia12 Marsh, born 1919.

526 ii. Billie Jr. Marsh, born 1924. He married Jean Rousek; born 1925.

 

375. Beulah11 Amos (Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1904. She married Bert Marsh. He was born 1896.

 

Children of Beulah Amos and Bert Marsh are:

+ 527 i. Twyla12 Marsh, born 1920.

+ 528 ii. Juanita Marsh, born 1923.

+ 529 iii. Robert Marsh, born 1925.

 

378. Lycurgus11 Amos (Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1910. He married Inez Ash. She was born 1913.

 

Children of Lycurgus Amos and Inez Ash are:

+ 530 i. Joyce12 Amos, born 1931.

+ 531 ii. Reta Amos, born 1933.

+ 532 iii. Richard Amos, born 1934.

 

380. Kenneth L.11 Amos (Orton Otto10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1927. He married Frances Gutbrod. She was born 1934.

 

Children of Kenneth Amos and Frances Gutbrod are:

533 i. Deana L.12 Amos, born 1954.

534 ii. Barbara Amos, born 1959; died 1959.

 

381. Gordon L.11 Amos (Orton Otto10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1930. He married Shirley Magaha. She was born 1935.

 

Children of Gordon Amos and Shirley Magaha are:

535 i. Gordon V.12 Amos, born 1952.

536 ii. Anita J. Amos, born 1954.

537 iii. Sheri L. Amos, born 1955.

538 iv. Tina M. Amos, born 1956.

 

382. Otto Jr.11 Amos (Orton Otto10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1932. He married Joann Yonally. She was born 1937.

 

Children of Otto Amos and Joann Yonally are:

539 i. Sonja F.12 Amos, born 1956.

540 ii. Gary L. Amos, born 1958.

 

383. Jerald D.11 Amos (Orton Otto10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1934. He married Darlene Rose. She was born 1938.

 

Children of Jerald Amos and Darlene Rose are:

541 i. Franklin O.12 Amos, born 1954.

542 ii. Yvonne M. Amos, born 1956.

543 iii. Rosalee Amos, born 1958.

 

386. Garley S.11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1911. He married Helen Cornforth.

 

Children of Garley Amos and Helen Cornforth are:

544 i. John G.12 Amos, born 1943; died 1946.

545 ii. Garley J. Amos, born 1948.

546 iii. Charles Amose, born 1950.

547 iv. Mary A. Amos, born 1952.

 

388. Karl L.11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1913. He married Alice Timm. She was born 1921.

 

Child of Karl Amos and Alice Timm is:

548 i. Dennis12 Amos, born 1943.

 

389. Sarah B.11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1914. She married Joe Lempercht.

 

Children of Sarah Amos and Joe Lempercht are:

+ 549 i. Dolores12 Lempercht, born 1932.

550 ii. Everett Lempercht, born 1933. He married Loretta.

+ 551 iii. Genevieve Lempercht, born 1936.

+ 552 iv. Rose Lempercht, born 1937.

553 v. Violet Lempercht, born 1937.

554 vi. Judy Lempercht, born 1946.

555 vii. Shirley Lempercht, born 1946.

556 viii. Betty Jo Lempercht, born 1949.

557 ix. Boyd Bryce Lempercht, born 1953.

 

390. Milford W.11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1916. He married Mary Turlong.

 

Child of Milford Amos and Mary Turlong is:

558 i. Manford12 Amos, born 1946.

 

391. Florence A.11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1918. She married Melvin Marsh. He was born 1918.

 

Children of Florence Amos and Melvin Marsh are:

+ 559 i. Daniel12 Marsh, born 1936.

560 ii. Gale Marsh, born 1946.

561 iii. Sally A. Marsh, born 1951.

 

392. Kalso F.11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1919. He married Eula M. Perkins. She was born 1928.

 

Children of Kalso Amos and Eula Perkins are:

562 i. Steven F.12 Amos, born 1946.

563 ii. Cindy M. Amos, born 1948.

 

394. Evalyn11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1922. She married Maurice Garris.

 

Children of Evalyn Amos and Maurice Garris are:

564 i. Judy12 Garris, born 1947; died 1947.

565 ii. Craig G. Garris, born 1952.

 

395. Virgil P.11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1924. He married Shirley Hillyer.

 

Children of Virgil Amos and Shirley Hillyer are:

566 i. Linda12 Amos, born 1951.

567 ii. Phillip Amos, born 1954.

568 iii. Michael Amos, born 1955.

 

396. Hanford R.11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1926. He married Irene Miller. She was born 1926.

 

Children of Hanford Amos and Irene Miller are:

569 i. John12 Amos, born 1947.

570 ii. Gaylene Amos, born 1952.

 

398. Maynard11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1930. He married Daisy Nunn. She was born 1927.

 

Children of Maynard Amos and Daisy Nunn are:

571 i. Sandra12 Amos, born 1949.

572 ii. Bernard Amos, born 1950.

573 iii. John F. Amos, born 1954.

574 iv. Christi Amos, born 1951.

575 v. Rex Amos, born 1959.

 

399. Midgie A.11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1932. She married Russell Nelson.

 

Children of Midgie Amos and Russell Nelson are:

576 i. Gerald12 Nelson, born 1949.

577 ii. Sharon S. Nelson, born 1952.

 

400. Bonnie L.11 Amos (John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1933. She married John Plumb.

 

Child of Bonnie Amos and John Plumb is:

578 i. John Jr.12 Plumb, born 1958.

 

402. Fay E.11 Amos (Joseph Ray10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1907. He married Irene Fitch. She was born 1912.

 

Child of Fay Amos and Irene Fitch is:

579 i. Donald12 Amos, born 1938. He married Marsha Lee Hye; born 1944.

More About Donald Amos:

Occupation: Steam fitter.

Residence: Red Bluff, CA

 

403. Espy L.11 Amos (Joseph Ray10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1908. He married Estella Nelson. She was born 1912.

More About Espy L. Amos:

Military service: WW II

 

Child of Espy Amos and Estella Nelson is:

+ 580 i. Robert12 Amos, born 1929.

 

404. Lilas E.11 Amos (Joseph Ray10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1910. She married Howard L. Sargent. He was born 1907, and died 1955.

 

Child of Lilas Amos and Howard Sargent is:

581 i. Darrel12 Sargent, born 1938.

 

405. Opal G.11 Amos (Joseph Ray10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1912. She married Leroy Sargent. He was born 1909.

 

Children of Opal Amos and Leroy Sargent are:

582 i. Gary L.12 Sargent, born 1938; died 1938.

583 ii. Carol Lea Sargent.

584 iii. Dennis E. Sargent, born 1951.

 

407. Avis11 Amos (Joseph Ray10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1916. She married (1) John Arthur. He was born 1904. She married (2) Orven Trotter. He was born 1918.

 

Child of Avis Amos and John Arthur is:

+ 585 i. John Jr.12 Arthur, born 1937.

 

408. Donald11 Amos (Joseph Ray10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1919. He married Della Trendal. She was born 1922.

More About Donald Amos:

Military service: WW II

 

Children of Donald Amos and Della Trendal are:

586 i. Paul L.12 Amos, born 1941. He married Sandra McCray; born 1942.

587 ii. Lary D. Amos, born 1947.

588 iii. Donna D. Amos, born 1948.

 

409. Gayle11 Amos (Joseph Ray10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1922. She married Richard Lewis. He was born 1920.

 

Children of Gayle Amos and Richard Lewis are:

589 i. Ricky12 Lewis, born 1943.

590 ii. Leon Lewis, born 1946.

591 iii. Kathy Lewis, born 1949.

 

Generation No. 12

 

440. Stephen Alan12 Hunt (Mary Alta11 Thompson, Dewey William10, Zachariah D.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born June 13, 1950. He married Bernice Dickson. She was born June 18, 1951.

 

Children of Stephen Hunt and Bernice Dickson are:

592 i. Anthom Joy13 Hunt, born November 18, 1976. She married Brian Monroe Clevenger; born October 08, 1976.

593 ii. Jonathan Alan Hunt, born September 12, 1977.

 

441. Paulette Ann12 Hunt (Mary Alta11 Thompson, Dewey William10, Zachariah D.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born January 24, 1953. She married Cary John Kress. He was born July 10.

 

Children of Paulette Hunt and Cary Kress are:

594 i. Heathr Nicole13 Kress, born August 15, 1984.

595 ii. Ann Marie Kress, born May 17, 1988.

596 iii. John Edward Kress, born July 16, 1994.

 

442. Marsha Lou12 Hunt (Mary Alta11 Thompson, Dewey William10, Zachariah D.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born February 16, 1954. She married Clyde Allen Hughson. He was born October 25, 1951.

 

Children of Marsha Hunt and Clyde Hughson are:

597 i. Josef Micah13 Hughson, born March 11, 1977.

598 ii. Nels Andrew Hughson, born September 27, 1980.

 

443. David Lee12 Hunt (Mary Alta11 Thompson, Dewey William10, Zachariah D.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born October 14, 1956. He married Janene Kolosik. She was born August 08, 1958.

 

Children of David Hunt and Janene Kolosik are:

599 i. Elissa Christine13 Hunt, born September 05, 1983.

600 ii. Andrew David Hunt, born May 12, 1986.

 

446. Chris12 Thompson (Keith11, Dewey William10, Zachariah D.9, William David8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) He married Janine Klammer. She was born June 12, 1953.

 

Child of Chris Thompson and Janine Klammer is:

601 i. Kody Ryan13 Thompson, born July 03, 1986.

 

447. Mary B.12 Couch (Mary M.11 Kline, Perry A.10, Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1926. She married James V. Smith.

 

Children of Mary Couch and James Smith are:

602 i. James V.13 Smith, born 1948.

603 ii. Sarah E. Smith, born 1950.

 

448. Virginia M.12 Couch (Mary M.11 Kline, Perry A.10, Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1929. She married Gordon L. Hogland.

 

Children of Virginia Couch and Gordon Hogland are:

604 i. Janet13 Hogland, born 1949.

605 ii. Jerry L. Hogland, born 1950.

606 iii. Joyce M. Hogland, born 1952.

 

451. Rochelle12 Kline (Walter L.11, Perry A.10, Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1937. She married (1) Karl E. Geis. He was born 1938. She married (2) John J. Lundy. He was born 1928.

 

Child of Rochelle Kline and Karl Geis is:

607 i. Douglas L.13 Geis, born 1955.

 

Children of Rochelle Kline and John Lundy are:

608 i. Gregory13 Lundy, born 1957.

609 ii. Patricia Lundy, born 1959.

 

454. Sherry A.12 Davis (Marjorie M.11 Kline, Perry A.10, Mary Priscilla9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1936. She married Lloyd L. Coulter. He was born 1933.

 

Children of Sherry Davis and Lloyd Coulter are:

610 i. Lloyd N.13 Coulter, born 1953.

611 ii. Tony Coulter, born 1954.

612 iii. Jeanna M. Coulter, born 1956.

 

466. Henry Donald12 Hunt (Donald Reuben11, Walter Reuben10, Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) He married Pam.

 

Children of Henry Hunt and Pam are:

613 i. Elizabeth13 Hunt.

614 ii. Sam Hunt.

 

467. Donna Ruth12 Hunt (Donald Reuben11, Walter Reuben10, Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) She married Richard Butifkofer.

 

Children of Donna Hunt and Richard Butifkofer are:

615 i. Eric13 Butifkofer.

616 ii. Emily Butifkofer.

617 iii. Evonne Butifkofer.

 

470. Glenn12 Timm (Philip11, Nellie10 Hunt, Amanda Katura9 Thompson, Samuel Andrew8, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1)

 

Child of Glenn Timm is:

618 i. Colin13 Timm.

 

515. Barbara Jean12 Amos (Vernon11, Wayne L.10, Alfred9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1932. She married Lionell J. Capper. He was born 1931.

More About Lionell J. Capper:

Note: Name was listed as Mechaud in "Thompson Genealogy"

 

Children of Barbara Amos and Lionell Capper are:

619 i. Michael13 Capper, born 1953.

620 ii. Karen Capper, born 1956.

621 iii. Dianne S. Capper, born 1958.

622 iv. Mark Capper, born 1961.

 

517. Dick L.12 Amos (Vernon11, Wayne L.10, Alfred9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1936. He married Linda K. Ketner. She was born 1940.

 

Children of Dick Amos and Linda Ketner are:

623 i. Kimberley13 Amos, born 1960.

624 ii. Kerri Amos, born 1961.

 

522. Gerald12 Smith (Nora11 Amos, Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1917. He married Doroty Travis. She was born 1920.

 

Children of Gerald Smith and Doroty Travis are:

625 i. Jerry L.13 Smith, born 1946.

626 ii. Janis K. Smith, born 1948.

627 iii. Robert James Smith, born 1950.

 

523. Dale12 Smith (Nora11 Amos, Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1921. He married (1) Joby Thomas. He married (2) Mary Harmon.

 

Children of Dale Smith and Joby Thomas are:

628 i. Dennie13 Smith, born 1941.

629 ii. Linda Smith, born 1943.

 

Children of Dale Smith and Mary Harmon are:

630 i. Steven13 Smith, born 1953.

631 ii. James Smith, born 1954.

632 iii. Lori Smith, born 1958.

633 iv. Gary Smith, born 1960.

 

524. Shirley12 Smith (Nora11 Amos, Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1928. She married (1) Lary D. Zachow. He was born 1927. She married (2) Glenn Bayles. He was born 1919.

 

Child of Shirley Smith and Lary Zachow is:

634 i. Lary D. Jr.13 Zachow, born 1947 in 1951.

 

Children of Shirley Smith and Glenn Bayles are:

635 i. Janine13 Bayles, born 1952.

636 ii. Jackie Bayles, born 1953.

 

525. Virginia12 Marsh (Erma11 Amos, Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1919. She married Orlie Watts. He was born 1918.

 

Children of Virginia Marsh and Orlie Watts are:

637 i. Gary13 Watts, born 1938.

638 ii. Linda Watts, born 1943; died 1943.

639 iii. Dennis Watts, born 1947.

640 iv. Judith Watts, born 1949.

 

527. Twyla12 Marsh (Beulah11 Amos, Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1920. She married Hubert Bowley. He was born 1917.

 

Child of Twyla Marsh and Hubert Bowley is:

641 i. Donals13 Bowley, born 1942.

 

528. Juanita12 Marsh (Beulah11 Amos, Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1923. She married Wayne Russell. He was born 1915.

 

Child of Juanita Marsh and Wayne Russell is:

642 i. Diane13 Russell, born 1942.

 

529. Robert12 Marsh (Beulah11 Amos, Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1925. He married Norma Bulin. She was born 1928.

 

Children of Robert Marsh and Norma Bulin are:

643 i. Joan13 Marsh, born 1945.

644 ii. Peggy Marsh, born 1948.

645 iii. Robert Marsh, born 1955.

 

530. Joyce12 Amos (Lycurgus11, Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1931. She married Billie McGee. He was born 1932.

 

Child of Joyce Amos and Billie McGee is:

646 i. Billie Gene13 McGee, born 1955.

 

531. Reta12 Amos (Lycurgus11, Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1933. She married Charles Lee. He was born 1928.

 

Children of Reta Amos and Charles Lee are:

647 i. Charles Jr.13 Lee, born 1951.

648 ii. Jean L. Lee, born 1953.

649 iii. Lonnie Lee, born 1955.

650 iv. Michael Lee, born 1956.

 

532. Richard12 Amos (Lycurgus11, Merton S.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1934. He married Treva Huckaby. She was born 1936.

 

Children of Richard Amos and Treva Huckaby are:

651 i. Sherry13 Amos, born 1955.

652 ii. Tommie Amos, born 1957.

653 iii. Ronald Amos, born 1959.

 

549. Dolores12 Lempercht (Sarah B.11 Amos, John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1932. She married Dick Wills.

 

Child of Dolores Lempercht and Dick Wills is:

654 i. Roxie Lee13 Wills, born 1954.

 

551. Genevieve12 Lempercht (Sarah B.11 Amos, John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1936. She married George Teal.

 

Children of Genevieve Lempercht and George Teal are:

655 i. Ronald13 Teal, born 1950.

656 ii. Arnold Teal, born 1950.

657 iii. Robin Teal, born 1957.

 

552. Rose12 Lempercht (Sarah B.11 Amos, John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1937. She married Ronnie Ridenhouse.

 

Child of Rose Lempercht and Ronnie Ridenhouse is:

658 i. Rhonda13 Ridenhouse, born 1957.

 

559. Daniel12 Marsh (Florence A.11 Amos, John M.10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1936. He married Dianne Dowse.

 

Children of Daniel Marsh and Dianne Dowse are:

659 i. Mitchell13 Marsh, born 1957.

660 ii. Vangie Marsh, born 1958.

661 iii. Myron Marsh, born 1960.

 

580. Robert12 Amos (Espy L.11, Joseph Ray10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1929. He married Alta.

 

Children of Robert Amos and Alta are:

662 i. Charles13 Amos, born 1955.

663 ii. Linda Amos, born 1957.

 

585. John Jr.12 Arthur (Avis11 Amos, Joseph Ray10, Lycurgus9, Catherine8 Thompson, Priscilla7 Albaugh, Morris6, George Gerhard5, Zachariah4 Ahlbach, Antonius Thonges Thuness3, Hans Theis2, Adam1) was born 1937. He married Diana Long. She was born 1940.

 

Children of John Arthur and Diana Long are:

664 i. Ounna Lee13 Arthur, born 1959.

665 ii. Ricky Dean Arthur, born 1961.

 

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