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THE PETTIJOHN (PETTYJOHN) FAMILY
Descendants of James Pettyjohn (1)

Note: As the same names appear frequently in succeeding generations, as well as in collateral families of the same generation, it has been found necessary to identify each family head with his or her identifying number. Therefore each family is numbered from James Pettyjohn, the head of family nummbered 'one', and the family number appears in front of the family name. Where no descendants of an individual have been discovered, such individual is not allotted a family number, except in a few instances, but his generation number from James (1), and the family number of his parents are given, the nmber immediately following the names of the children, and before the dash, indicating the generation from number one, and the number folllowing the dash being the family number of such child, where he or she is known to have had descendants. For instance, under number '12' we find one of the children designated as Dyer Burgess Pettijohn 7-13-37, who was the father of the compilers. The '7' shows that Dyer was the seventh generation from James of family numbered 'one,' the '13' refers to the family number of Dyer's parents where their record, and the names of their children are set forth, and the number '37' is Dyer's number as the head of a family where data with reference to his birth, marriage, death, and the names of his children are given.

Any person sufficiently interested to do so, can, by use of the crossreferences, determine the relationship of each member of the family to each of the others, however remote such relationship may be.

In the narrative portion of this work, the compilers have enlarged upon the items here set out in the genealogical list with reference to Abraham Pettijohn (13), Dyer Burgess Pettijohn (37), Eli Pettijohn (25), Ruth Pettijohn (10-50), and Elias Steele Pettijohn (215), believing that the matters and things set forth may be of interest to their descendants.

For the convenience of any person who may have occasion to refer to this compilation there is subjoined an alphabetical index of names of persons mentioned in the genealogical list as well as a seperate index to names appearing in the narrative portion of thie work.

1. JAMES PETTYJOHN, 1, born about 1635-40, and his birthplace is a matter of conecture in the absence of evidence that he was born in America he will be considered our emmigrant ancestor. He married Issabel, whose family name is unknown, about 1654. The court records show that both James 1 and his wife Issabel died in Northhampton county, Va., in 1665, leaving four small children, and Capt. John Curtis was appointed administrator of the estate, which, under the order of the court, was sold at public outcry, bringing 27,308 pounds of tobacco and casks. After paying the debts there remained for distribution to the children 12,324 pounds of tobacco and casks. The children of James 1 were as follows: (1) James 2-1, born about 1655 for whom one James Bruce acted as guardian; (2) William 2-1, born about 1657. On Oct. 28, 1678, he had evidently reached full legal age for on that date he released his guardian, Wm. Satchell, from liability. He appears in the records of Accomac county, Va., from 1660 to 1702, at which latter date he purchased land in Princess Anne county, Va., from his brother-in-law, John Oakman; (3) Isabel 2-1, born about 1660 and baptized at Northhampton May 16 of that year. Her guardian was Abraham Heath, who was succeeded by Nicholas Powell who had bought in the plantation for 9000 pounds of tobacco and casks. On Dec. 11, 1678, Isabel, then evidently having reached the age of eighteen years, discharged her guardian and at that time described herself as the wife of Richard Lester. This Richard Lester died in 1694 and before 1702 Isabel married John Oakham, the man who had bought the land in Princess Anne county from her brother, William; (4) John 2-1-2.

2. JOHN PETTYJOHN 2-1, born about 1662; died about Nov. 14, 1733; married in Virginia about 1685, his wife's name being unknown. Their children: James 3-2-3; John 3-2-4; William 3-2-5; Richard 3-2-46; Joseph 3-2-406½; (There is some doubt about this Joseph 3. From family tradition and records in the possession of Mrs. Lena B. (Crump) Hughes (8-410) of [address omitted], Portland, Ore., it appears that there was living in Virginia at this time a Joseph Pettyjohn, who had, probably among others, two brothers, John and William. It appears quite unlikely that there could have been any other family at that time in that locality showing three brothers names John, William and Joseph. This seems to justify the conclusion, although it is not free from doubt, that this Joseph was a son of John 2-1-2). There were also two daughters, names unknown, one of whom married Reed and had a daughter Rachel, and the other who married Dodd and had a son George. There was another son of John 2-1-2 named Thomas 3-2 who was married, his wife's name being unknown, who left a daughter Isabel who was mentioned in the will of her grandfather John 2-1-2.

3. JAMES PETTYJOHN 3-2, born in Virginia, about 1687, died about 1751; married Hannah. Their children: James 4-3-69; Samuel 4-3-70; Thomas 4-3; Jacob 4-3; Abraham 4-3-71; Naomi 4-3; Major (Marjorie?) 4-3; Lydia 4-3; Sarah 4-3-72; Elizabeth 4-3-73; Abigail 4-3-74.

4. JOHN PETTYJOHN 3-2, born in Virginia about 1689; died after May 16, 1759, in Sussex county, Del., married May 15, 1712, to Sarah Dodd, daughter of probably George and Sarah. They had perhaps among others, these children: John 4-4-47; Thomas 4-4.

5. WILLIAM PETTYJOHN 3-2, born probably about 1691, either in Virginia, or in Sussex county, Del., and died at the latter place between Jan. 15, 1749, the date of his will, and Feb. 2, following, when it was probated. Tradition has it that he married Elizabeth Claypoole, born May 16, 1687. Their children: William 4-5-6 Esther 4-5-75; Agatha 4-5-76; Mary 4-5-77; Sarah 4-5; Levinah 4-5-78.

6. WILLIAM PETTYJOHN 4-5, born about 1716, and died after Aug. 16, 1799, the date of his will, and before October of the same year when it was probated. He and his brothers, as well as their father before them, dealt heavily in land, as is shown by the record of land transfers of Sussex county, Del. He and his son William 5-6-7, later acquired large tracts of land in southwestern Pennsylvania, and West Virginia, adjacent to that acquired by members of the Little family, and were in their own day, and in records now extant, identified as "William Senior" and "William Junior." This "William Senior" was married before 1749, to Ruth Scarborough, and thereafter, with his family removed from Sussex county, Del., to Virginia, where he was a land surveyor and a member of the Virginia Assembly in 1785-1786. Perhaps among others, "William Senior" had these children, in uncertain order: William 5-6-7; Mary 5-6, born about 1757, died March 20, 1830, married first to Powers, married secondly, Dec 29, 1789, to Maj. William Haymond; John 5-6, who died in Adams county, Ohio, about 1814-1815; Amos 5-6, who with his brother, William 5-6-7, served in the Revolutionary War in Capt. Wm. Haymond's Company of Virginia Militia and died at Valley Forge.

7. WILLIAM PETTYJOHN 5-6, born Nov. 3, 1751, died April 27, 1796, married about 1780 to Constance Little, duaghter of Abraham Little, a neighbor, both of whom had taken up land on Gladys Creek and Tygart's Valley River in northern West Virginia, in 1774, in what was then Monongalia county, near what is now the southern boundary of Marion county. This William, with his brother Amos, served as privates in 1777 in Capt. Wm. Haymond's Company of Virginia Militia and for a time was stationed at Pickett's Ford, near Morgantown, W. Va., during the Revolutionary War. Constance Little was born Aug. 24, 1752, and died Oct 17, 1835, in Brown county Ohio, and after the death of her husband, William, amrried Daniel Jobes July 28, 1800, and with him removed to Ohio, as did most of her children. Children of William and Constance were: Amos 6-7-8; Mary 6-7-9; Ruth 6-7-10; John 6-7-11; William 6-7-12; Abraham 6-7-13 (father of Dyer Burgess Pettijohn 7-13-37); Issac 6-7, born 1784, went as a substitute for John Moore and was killed in the War of 1812, never having been married.

8. AMOS PETTYJOHN 6-7, known as "Eagle Creek" Amos because he lived on a stream opf that name, was born in Virginia, about 1775-80, and died in Brown county, Ohio, about 1840. He was the first son of William 5-6-7 and Constance Little Pettyjohn, and was about 16 yearrs old when his father died. His mother later married Daniel Jobes and with several other Pettyjjohn families joined the migration from Virginia to Ohio, about 1800. This Amos was in the party and in Ohio Oct. 10, 1801, married Susannah Tucker. From the "History of Brown County, Ohio," published by W. H. Beers & Co., Chicago, in 1883, we learn that this Amos was admitted to membership by examination in the Presbyterian Church at Sardinia on Sept. 18, 1812, and that on that date four of his children, namely, Hannahm Nancy, William and Rachel, were baptized. Children of Amos and Susannah Pettyjohn were: Hannah 7-8; Nancy 7-8, who married Zachariah Pettijohn (179) as his first wife; William 7-8; Rachel 7-8; and possibly another son, Andrew Jackson 7-8-385, although this is not definately proved.

9. MARY PETTYJOHN 6-7, born about 1782, married March 12, 1802, to Richard Pettyjohn 5-47-49, the son of John Pettyjohn 4-46-47 and Deborah Little Pettyjohn, and who was her third cousin on the Pettyjohn side and her second cousin on the Little side. See Richard Pettyjohn, family No. 49 for their children.

10. RUTH PETTYJOHN 6-7, born June 24, 1784, in Monongalia county, W. Va., died April 11, 1848, in Schuyler county Ill.; married Aug. 30, 1802, to Thomas Pettijohn 5-47-50 the son of John Pettyjohn 5-4-47, and Deborah Little Pettyjohn. Their children: Samuel 7-10-79; Huldah 7-10-80; Boaz 7-10-81; Ruth 7-10-82; Elias S. 7-10-83; Rhoana 7-10-84; Jonas 7-10-85; Amos 7-10-106; Sarah 7-10-107; Mary 7-10-108; Titus 7-10-109; Hannah 7-10-110; Thomas 7-10-111.

11. JOHN PETTYJOHN 6-7, son of William Pettyjohn, 5-6-7, died young.

12. WILLIAM PETTYJOHN 6-7, son of William Pettyjohn, 5-6-7, died young.

13. ABRAHAM PETTIJOHN 6-7, (father of Dyer Burgess Pettijohn 7-13-37) was born Feb. 11, 1788, on the farm of his father William 5-6-7, on Gladys Creek, seven miles from Fairmont, W. Va. On the death of his father his mother Constance, married Daniel Jobes, and joined the migration to Ohio, Abraham being a member of the party. Abraham married May 2, 1811, Jane Sloan, born Feb 17, 1792, died March 6, 1874. In 1840 Abraham removed to Schuyler county, Ill., bought land near Huntsville where he remained the rest of his life. Abraham's children: Lydia 7-13-14; Isaac 7-13-23; John 7-13-24; Eli 7-13-25; William 7-13-33; Harriett 7-13-34; Jerome 7-13-36; Amos 7-13-36a; Hannah 7-13-182; Dyer Burgess 7-13-37. Abraham died Oct 20, 1852, and he and his wife Jane were buried in the private cemetery on the home place near Huntsville, Ill. The record of their marriage is at Hillsboro, Highland county, Ohio. Jane Sloan was the daughter of John Sloan and Mary Scarborough Sloan. John served in the American Revolution, was a member of the North Carolina House of Commons in 1780, and died in Highland county, Ohio, after 1835.

14. LYDIA PETTIJOHN 7-13, born Sept. 2, 1812; died Nov. 28, 1890; married May 3, 1832, to Alexander Gilliland Huggins, born Feb. 18, 1802, in Lincoln county N.C., died at St. Peter, Minn., in 1866, being the son of William Huggins, born Feb. 14, 1765, in North Carolina, and Frances Gilliland Huggins who were married June 16, 1796, she having been born in North Carolina, Oct. 27, 1775, and died in Ohio in 1862, her husband, William Huggins having died in 1839. They were Presbyterian missionaries to the Sioux Indians at the time of the uprising in Minnesota, in 1862. Their children: Jane Sloan Huggins 8-14-15; Amos Huggins 8-14-16; Harriet (Hattie) Cordelia Huggins 8-14-17; Frances (Fanny) Gilliland Huggins 8-14-18; Eli Lundy Huggins 8-14-19; Mary Huggins 8-14-20; Rufus Huggins 8-14-21; Eliza Wilson Huggins 8-14-22.

15. JANE SLOAN HUGGINS 8-14, born Dec. 26, 1834, near Buford, Highland county, Ohio, died 1920; married April 28, 1856, to James W. Holtzclaw, born Aug. 21, 1828, in Martin county, Ind., who was killed June 10, 1864, in battle at Guntown, Miss., while serving as sergeant of Company "D," Ninth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, during the Civil War.

16. AMOS HUGGINS 8-14, born Feb. 14, 1833, near Buford, Highland county, Ohio; married April 9, 1856 or 1857, Sophia Josephine Marsh, a descendant of John Alden; killed by the Indians at Lacquiparie, Minn., on Aug. 19, 1862, during the Sioux Indian War, at which time he had two small children, Eletta Huggins 9-16, born April 5, 1858, and Charles Loyal Huggins 9-16-203, born April 19,1861, who, with their mother were captured by the Indians but were not mistreated. While in captivity the mother gave birth to another son, Amos Williamson Huggins 9-16-204. After the close of the Sioux Was the two boys were taken and reared by their aunt, Jane Huggins Holtzclaw (15). Charles became an engineer and had to do with many great developments, including the Sioux St. Marie locks. Amos was a wholesale jewelry merchant at San Fransisco and suffered heavy loss in the great earthquake and fire of 1906.

17. HARRIET (HATTIE) CORDELIA HUGGINS 8-14, born March 6, 1851, at Traverse de Sioux, Minn., died July 8, 1830, at Berkeley, Cal., not having been married.

18. FRANCES (FANNY) GILLILAND HUGGINS 8-14 born Aug. 15, 1848, at Traverse de Sioux, Minn., died Aug. 8, 1918, at Berkeley, Cal. Frances never married and was a graduate of the University of Minnesota.

19. ELI LUNDY HUGGINS 9-14, born Aug. 1, 1842, in Schuyler county, Ill., died Oct. 22, 1929, at San Diego, Cal. He enlisted in the U.S. Army as a private during the Civil War and had a long and distinguished career until his retirement on account of age in 1908 with the rank of Brigadier General. He served in the then Washington Ter., in Alaska, in China at the time of the Boxer Rebellion, in the Philippines just after the Spanish American War where he was Military Governor of several of the island provinces. He was Chief of Staff for General Nelson A. Miles and was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor "for distinguised gallantry in action against the Ogalala Sioux Indians near O'Fallon's Creek, Monday, April 1, 1880." He had a son, Zenoah Alexander Huggins 9-19, an artist who was a student in Paris, France, and later lived at San Diego, Cal.

20. MARY ANN LANGLEY HUGGINS 8-14, born Sept. 18, 1839, at Lacquiparle, Minn., died March 17, 1929, near Saranap, Cal., married Oct. 4, 1870, to John Murray Kerlinger, born at Baltimore, Md., May 23,1828, died at SanJose, Cal., April 1, 1897. Their children: William Murray Kerlinger 9-20, born July 9, 1871, died Jan. 19, 1942, married Nov. 27, 1913, to Mabel Nikirk; Callie May Kerlinger 9-20, Route 2, Box 618, Walnut Creek, Cal., born May 11, 1873; Rufus Alexander Kerlinger 9-20, born Nov. 30, 1875, married July 9, 1915, to Olive Jones and had a son, Herbert Oliver Kerlinger 10-20, born Aug. 24, 1918; Eli Herbert Kerlinger 9-20, born March 4, 1880, died May 21, 1903.

21. RUFUS HUGGINS 8-14, born March 26, 1846, at Lacquiparle, Minn., was killed Dec. 16, 1862, in battle with the Sioux Indians at New Ulm, Minn., during the Indian War of 1862. Did not marry.

22. ELIZA HUGGINS 8-14, born March 7, 1837, died June 22, 1873, at Minneapolis, Minn., never having been married.

23. ISAAC PETTIJOHN 7-13, born July 21, 1814; died about 1866; married March 17, 1856, to Abigail Sawtelle, from whose family a town in California got its name. Their children: Ernest 8-23, born about 1857; Mary 8-23, born about 1859.

24. JOHN PETTIJOHN 7-13, born Nov. 17, 1816, in Brown Co., Ohio, died of typhoid fever in Sept. 1842, at Huntsville, Ill., never married.

25. ELI PETTIJOHN 7-13, born Jan. 28, 1819; died May 18, 1918, at Minnetonka Mills, Minn.; marroed Jan. 1, 1850, to Lucy Prescott, born April 1, 1828, died Dec. 18, 1910. Sketch of Eli Pettijohn's life appears elsewhere in this work. Their children: Philander Prescott 8-25-26; William Abraham 8-25-27; Samuel Edwin 8-25-28; Anna Phidelia 8-25-29; Lawerence Walter 8-25-30; Harriet Julia 8-25-31; Minnie Viola 8-25-32.

26. PHILANDER PRESCOTT PETTIJOHN 8-25, born Nov. 1, 1850; died in a railroad accident in Sept. 1893; married 1880, to Kittie Crawford, who died Jan. 27, 1882. They had a daughter, Lucy 9-26, born in 1881.

27. WILLIAM ABRAHAM PETTIJOHN 8-25, born May 24, 1854, at Ft. Snelling, Minn., died May 16, 1924, in a railroad accident near Shakopee, Minn.; married about 1886, to Alice Zane, and they had two children, Hattie Viola 9-27, born March 5, 1887, died May 22, 1887; Edwin B. 9-27, born about 1889, married and had three children, to-wit: Lucille 10-27, hwo married a man named Andreas of Fresno, Cal., Elizabeth 10-27, who married a man named Odean of Minneapolis; and William E. 10-27.

28. SAMUEL EDWIN PETTIJOHN 8-25, born Nov. 16, 1859, died at San Fransisco, Cal., in 1893. Never married.

29. ANNA PHIDELIA PETTIJOHN 8-25, born March 24, 1852, at Fort Snelling, Minn., died May 14, 1928, never having been married.

30. LAWRENCE WALTER PETTIJOHN 8-25, born May 4, 1856, at Fort Snelling, Minn., died March 31, 1917; married June 11, 1887, to Nellie Cynthia Rand, who died July 17, 1933. Their children: Ethel Alice 9-30, born March 9, 1892, did not marry, lived at Hopkins, Minn.; Kenneth Eli 9-30, born Dec. 19, 1900, married Aug. 8, 1934, to Gladys Ehrle, and lived at [address omitted], Minneapolis, Minn.; Theadore Frederick 9-30, born Dec. 10, 1908, died Jan. 23, 1927, at Minneapolis, Minn., never having married.

31. HARRIET JULIA PETTIJOHN 8-25, born Nov. 18, 1873, at Shakopee, Minn., died 1927, In Oregon; married in Aug. 1891, to James Franklin Barnes in Minneapolis. Their children: Lucy Ellen Barnes 9-31-482; Rena Mae Barnes 9-21-483; Herbert Arnold Barnes 9-31-484; Gladys Viola Barnes 9-31, born 1900, died 1905, at Hill City, Minn.; Lillian Russell Barnes 9-31-485; Robert Elsmere Barnes 9-31-486; James Leonard Barnes 9-31-487.

32. MINNIE VIOLA PETTIJOHN 8-25, born April 23, 1866, at Shakopee, Minn., died Sept. 6, 1946, burial in Oak Hill Cemetery, Minneapolis, Minn.; married Nov. 27, 1890, at Minneapolis, Minn., to John Rorrison, letter carrier, who was born Oct. 30, 1858, at Seneca Falls, N.Y., and died Jan. 1, 1932, at Minneapolis, Minn. Their children: Samuel Robert Rorrison 9-32-488; William Rorrison 9-32, born Dec. 15, 1892, died Jan. 1904, at Minneapolis, Minn., Lawerence Prescott Rorrison 9-32-489; Alice L. Rorrison 9-32-490.

33. WILLIAM PETTIJOHN 7-13, born May 26, 1824, and died at Natchez, Miss., in Nov. 1846, while on his way to Florida for his health. He never married.

34. HARRIET PETTIJOHN 7-13, born Aug 5, 1826; died Feb. 19, 1882; married 1849 to Sylvester Myron Cook, at Huntsville, Ill., and by him had these children: Luella Jane Cook 8-34, born April 6, 1852; Charles Walton Cook 8-34-404; Clive Newcomb Cook 8-34-305; Era Eudora Cook 8-34, born Jan. 13, 1857; Adda Lucy Cook 8-34, born July 21, 1858, married 1885, to Warren Higgins. Sylvester Myron Cook died in 1858, and in Jan. 1863, Harriet, his widow, married Furber M. Libby, and they had these children: Ethel Libby 8-34-35; Carol Lena Libby 8-34, born March 17, 1865; Frederick Mark Libby 8-34-201. Luella Jane Cook, mentioned above, married Dr. J.B. Gaston.

35. ETHEL LIBBY 8-34, [address omitted], Melrose Highlands, Mass., born Nov 11, 1863; died March 22, 1947; married 1889, to Walter Morris. Their children: Willa Morris 9-35-202; Robert Morris 9-35-321; Ruth Morris 9-35-322.

36. JEROME PETTIJOHN 7-13, born Feb. 21, 1832; died April 1, 1898, at Huntsville, Ill.; married March 3, 1863 to Susan Thornhill, who was born March 8, 1841, and died at Akron, Ohio, June 21, 1918. Their children: Alvin 8-36-293; Rufus 8-36-298; Anna 8-36-292; Corning 8-36-295; Orson 8-36-294; Celia 8-36-297; Gertrude 8-36-296.

36A. AMOS PETTIJOHN 7-13, born Feb. 27, 1821; died Sept. 7, 1822.

37. DYER BURGESS PETTIJOHN 7-13, the father of the compilers hereof, was born in Brown county, Ohio, Sept. 10, 1834, and died at Twin Falls, Idaho, July 19, 1924; married Sept. 30, 1877, at Dayton, Wash., to Mary Catherine Rainwater, daughter of Jacob and Lucinda (Williamson) Rainwater. Mary Catherine Rainwater, mother of the compilers hereof, was born July 26, 1861, at near Hannibal, Mo. With her parents she made two journeys across "the plains," the first when she was two years of age, when her family, together with other emigrants, settled near Albany, Ore., and the second when she was eleven years old. She often recounted the dangers and hardships of that second journey when she drove an ox team from Missouri to Dayton, Wash., walking much of the way. She died at Twin Falls, Ida., June 21, 1940. Their children: Clive Abraham 8-37-38; Homer Chip 8-37-39; Arthur Jerome 8-37-40; Harold Ray 8-37-41; Era Jane 8-37-42; Roscoe Jacob 8-37-43; Harriet Ann 8-37-44; Mabel Gertrude 8-37-45.

38. CLIVE ABRAHAM PETTIJOHN 8-37, born Aug. 18, 1878, at Dayton, Wash.; married Nov. 11, 1907, at Sprague, Wash., to Zita Agnes Clinton, born May 12, 1887, daughter of John and Mary McKune Clinton; graduate of the Law School of the University of Washington at Seattle, class of 1902; practiced his profession at Sprague from 1902 to 1907, when he was elected prosecuting attorney for Lincoln county, Wash., and removed to Davenport, the county seat, where he lived at this writing in 1948; elected judge of the Superior Court of the State of Washington, for Lincoln County in November, 1944, for a term of four years. No children.

39. HOMER CHIP PETTIJOHN 8-37, born at Dayton, Wash., Feb. 28, 1881, and at this writing lived at Dimondale, Mich. He remained with his parents until 1904 when he left Kennewick, Wash., where they were then living, and went to Twin Falls, Ida., where the so-called "South Side" irrigation canal was being constructed. He was in on the original land drawing and worked with the surveying crew laying out the canal. He sold the land he had drawn and went to Chicago; became a linotype operator and for nearly thirty years worked on the Journal at Sturgis, Mich. On June 15, 1919, he married Effie Rex. Their children, both born at Sturgis, Mich,: (1) Barbara 9-39, born July 25, 1921, married June 20, 1942, to Paul Manson Hurrell, a Presbyterian minister who, in 1946, was stationed at Dimondale, near Lansing, Mich.; (2) Maxine 9-39, born Aug. 6, 1927. Homer retired from his work on the Sturgis Journal in June, 1946, and that paper had this to say of him in its editorial of June 4, 1946: "All Journal employees and their wives will gather Wednesday night at the Mintdale Club for an auspicious occasion. A farewell party is being given in honor of Homer C. Pettijohn, for 25 years a linotype operator in the Journal composing room. He retired on Saturday, June 1. He joined the staff of the paper in 1921 when the Journal was located on North Nottawa Street and he has never been absent because of illness in these past 25 years, except for one or two brief periods. 'Petty' is 65 years old and his eyes are not what they used to be, but there are few to equal him in dependability and loyalty. He is a quiet, unassuming man who asks little out of life, but there is none more deserving." In the fall of 1946 Homer, with his wife, Effie, took a three-months' trip to the West and visited all his brothers and sisters, as well as his childhood home near Grand Forks, British Columbia.

40. ARTHUR JEROME PETTIJOHN 8-37, born at Asotin, Wash., Nov. 4, 1883; bachelor; stock rancher at Wauconda, Wash., leased his ranch and while on a visit to Hominy, Okla., died there Dec. 20, 1912. The record of the administration of his estate is in the probate files of Okanogan County, Wash.

41. HAROLD RAY PETTIJOHN 8-37, Castleford, Ida., born March 14, 1886, at Asotin, Wash. In 1892 he went with his parents to what was then known as the "Kettle River Valley" near where Grand Forks, British Columbia, now stands, where the family lived on a farm; attended the first public school to be held in that area; with his parents removed to Kennewick, Wash., a newly opened irrigation project, where they lived until 1905 when they removed to Twin Falls, Ida., and farmed under the irrigation project at near Kimberly; at this writing he is a farmer operating irrigated land on a considerable scale near Castleford, Ida. On Feb. 15, 1915, he married Ethel Clawson, born March, 1887, daughter of a merchant of Twin Falls, Ida. Their children: Fay 9-41, born March 4, 1917, married Nov. 29, 1934, to ohn Spencer, a farmer of Grangeville, Ida., died April 12, 1945, at Spokane, Wash.; Bill (William) 9-41, born Sept. 11, 1924, served in World War II, and attended the University of Idaho; Shirley 9-41, born Oct. 1931.

42. ERA JANE PETTIJOHN 8-37, Buhl, Ida., born on her father's farm in Tammany Hollow six miles up the Snake River from Lewiston, Ida., June 12, 1889. As a girl she was with her parents and family on their various treks, to British Columbia, thence to Kennewick, Wash., and thence to Kimberly, Ida., near Twin Falls, under the irrigation project where the family was engaged in farming; had a normal school education and taught school; on Nov. 23, 1913, married Chester Chamberlain, born Feb. 16, 1889, son of Fred C. and Lily Fitch Chamberlain. Their children: Merle Maxine Chamberlain 9-42, born Aug. 19, 1914; died May 13, 1919, as the result of the discharge of a gun in the hands of a playmate; Jean Elaine Chamberlain 9-42, born July 10, 1917, died May 23, 1918; Arden Boyd Chamberlain 9-42, Seattle, Wash., born April 23, 1919, married July 6, 1938, to Henel Fish, and had a child, Carol Jean Chamberlain 10-42, born April 29, 1939; Boyd and Henel were divorced and he married Laura Neilson, daughter of Rasmus Neilson at Seattle, Wash., June 17, 1944, she having been born at Flat, Alaska, Aug. 19, 1924.

43. ROSCOE JACOB PETTIJOHN 8-37, born Nov 29, 1891, at Asotin, Wash., where his name was registered as "Roscoe Lawrence Pettijohn," is a farmer at Melba, Ida., where he served as postmaster. Served in World War I, enlisting in the 65th Coast Artillery on Dec. 6, 1917, at San Diego, Cal., leaving for France on March 25, 1918, going by way of the Panama Canal and England; trained a Nexon, France, near Limoges, and was in action in the following battles: St. Mihiel offensive, beginning Sept. 12, 1918; offensive of Sept. 26, 1918, operating between Mont Faucon and Very; attached to 17th French Corps operating on east bank of the Meuse, north of Verdun, Oct. 7-8, 1918; offensive of Oct 23, 1918, in Bois de Forges, operating with the 17th French Army Corps; offensive of Nov. 1, 1918 ,against Bois de Loges, Forest de Argonne. His outfit, which claimed the distinction of having travelled further than any other organization, arrived back in the U.S. on Jan. 30, 1919, where, particularly at St. Louis, Mo., there were great public demonstrations in their honor. On March 8, 1919, at the Presidio, Cal., he was honorably discharged from the service with the rank of corporal. On Oct 18, 1919, at Boise, Ida., he was married to Hilda E. Moore, daughter of Wythul Wood Moore and Bertha Christinia Christensen Moore. Their children: (1) Arthur Ross 9-43-43A; (2) Dyer Wythul 9-43-43B; (3) Robert 9-43-43C; (4) Dorothy May 9-43, born March 22, 1927, at Nampa, Ida., (which was the birthplace of the remaining children) and in 1946 she had a secretarial position at Spokane; (5) Martha Jane 9-43, born Aug. 26, 1928 ,and in 1946 was a student at B.Y.U., at Provo, Utah; (6) Zita Ann 9-43, born Jan 4, 1937; (7) Victor 9-43, born Jan. 21, 1942.

43A. ARTHUR ROSS PETTIJOHN 9-43 (Army serial No. 6576201), born Sept. 24, 1920, at Melba, Idaho; attended the public schools there and at Seattle and two years before Pearl Harbor enlisted in the U.S. Army and was assigned to Hq. Btry., 295th A.A.A. Search Light Btn.; trained in radar and as a Master Sergeant was sent to Honolulu where he was stationed at the time of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor; served during that war in the Pacific as a radar technician; commissioned lieutenant; while on a mission to the U.S. he was married Sept. 12, 1944, at Melba, Ida., to Florence Ruth McClintick (born Feb. 29, 1920) a high school sweetheart, she then being a member of hte U.S. Marines, stationed at Bremerton, Wash. Both were honorably discharged from the service and in 1946 lived at San Fransisco where he is attending the University of California. Their daughter, Christine 10-43A, was born Dec. 3, 1946.

43B. DYER WYTHUL PETTIJOHN 9-43 (Army serial No. 19004071), born April 9, 1922, at Melba, Ida.; enlisted in U.S. Army July 24, 1940 and was assigned to 63 C.A.C. (A.A.) and attained the rank of St. Sgt. While with that organization served at Ft. Bliss, Tex., Ft. McArthur, Cal., and A.A. Defense at Seattle, Wash.; assigned Aug. 1944, to A.S.T.P. Illinois College at Jacksonville, Ill.; assigned Nov. 1944, to 588th A.A. Btn. at Camp Hulen, Tex., and served at Camp Rucker, Ala., Ft. Benning, Ga., and Ft. Jackson, S.C., with rank of Technician 5th grade; assigned Feb. 1945 to 300 Inf. Regt. then to 113th Inf. Regt.; assigned May 1, 1945, to 49th F.A. Btn, at Heilbronn, Germany; assigned May 28, 1945, to 74th F.A. Btn., Cologne, Germany; returned from Europe with the 74th F.A. Btn., and was discharged Nov. 4, 1945, at Ft. Jackson, S.C. Married Feb. 23, 1945, to Rosebeth Ramey, daughter of William Henry Ramey and Lola Edna (Galbreath) Ramey, married May 10, 1919. A daughter, Ada Beth 10-43B, was born to Dyer and Rosebeth on Dec. 6, 1945. In 1946 they lived at Wharton, Texas.

43C. ROBERT PETTIJOHN 9-43 (Army serial No. 39335815), born Feb. 24, 1925, at Malba, Ida. Served in World War II, having been inducted at Ft. Lewis, Wash., July 14, 1943, and assigned to Radio Specialists Battery, 55th Field Artillery Bn., at Camp Roberts, Cal.; then to Army Specialized Training Unit, Pasadena Junior College, at Pasadena, Cal.; then to B. Troop, 93 Cavalry Reconnaissance Squadron, 13th Armored Div., Camp Bowie, Tex.; went ooverseas with 13th Armored Div., Jan 18, 1945; took part in the Ruhr Valley offensive and the Bavarian drive towards Austria with the American Third Army under Gen. Patton. Returned to the U.S. July 27, 1945, and was stationed at Camp Cooke, Cal., until he was honorably discharged Feb 1, 1946 at Ft Douglas, Utah, as private first class and on Feb. 12, 1946, enrolled as a student at the University of Idaho.

44. HARRIETT ANN PETTIJOHN 8-37, born Nov. 30, 1894, on her father's farm, on Fourth of July Creek, near the present site of Grand Forks, British Columbia. She, as a child, followed the fortunes of the family to Kennewick, Wash., in 1903, and to Twin Falls, Ida., in 1905; educated at the University of Washington and Stanford University, and by profession is a teacher; married Dec. 27, 1920, to Leslie G. Crawford, also a teacher, and they had a daughter, Leslie Kate Crawford, 9-44, born at Walla Walla, Wash., Nov 6, 1923, who graduated from the University of Washington at Seattle with the class of 1946, and when this was written was employed in a department store at Seattle. Harriett and her husband, Leslie, were divorced, and she joined the W.A.C.'s and served during World War II, training at Des Moines, Ia., and later being stationed at New Orleans, La. In 1946 Harriett was a member of the teaching staff of the Junior College at Everett, Wash., and has written several books, among them being the "History of the Washington State Grange," and "The Port of Seattle."

45. MABEL GERTRUDE PETTIJOHN 8-37, born at near Grand Forks, British Columbia, July 31, 1901; when she was less than two years of age her parents removed to Kennewick, Wash., and thence to Twin Falls, Ida. Attended Eastern Washington College of Education at Cheney, Wash., and the Washington State College at Pullman; married Jack Lawton at Lewiston, Ida., 1919. They had one child, a son, Jack Lawton 9-45, born April 1, 1919. Mabel and her husband, Jack Lawton, were divorced and she later married Dean Mickelwait, who adopted Mabel's son, Jack. Mabel and Dean Mickelwait have a son, Donald, born April 10, 1933, and they live at Eugene, Ore., where both are employed as teachers in the public schools.

46. RICHARD PETTYJOHN 3-2, born about 1693 in Delaware, died 1750-1; married Hannah, whose maiden name is unknown. Their children: Margaret 4-46; Isabel 4-46; Sarah 4-46, wife of David Firman; Elizabeth 4-46; Ann 4-46; Molliston 4-46; John 4-46-47; Daniel 4-46. "Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines" lists John as the only son, but James C. Pettyjohn 7-57-58, in 1926, then being of the age of seventy years, wrote the compiler hereof that this Molliston was a brother of his (James C.'s) great grandfather John Pettyjohn 4-46-47 and that there was another brother, Daniel. The available evidence seems to bear out his statement.

47. JOHN PETTYJOHN 4-46 or 4-4, born about 1750, died about 1821 in Ohio. There is some doubt whether this John 47 was a son of Richard 3-2-46, or of John 3-2-4. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary War and lived in Virginia. About 1804-5 the family, including five sons who were married, migrated to Ohio where they settled in Adams, Brown and Highland counties. This John, about 1775, and while living in Virginia, married Deborah Little, born about 1750-60, died 1829, in Highland county, Ohio, she being the daughter of Absalom and Esther (Pettyjohn) Little, the said Esther being the daughter of William Pettyjohn (5). This Absalom was born by or before Oct. 1710, since the will of the father, Anthony Little, dated Oct. 9, 1731, named him as executor. Anthony Little was the son of John Little and was born probably about 1685-7. John Little is first definately found recorded at Elizabeth, N.J., in Nov., 1667, when he purchased a house and lot of four acres from Christopher Young; he was married April 26, 1680, to Mary White, according to the Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines. Children of John and Deborah (Little) Pettyjohn: James 5-47-48; Richard 5-47-49; Thomas 5-47-50; John 5-47-51; Hester 5-47; Comfort 5-47-130a; Edward 5-47-131.

48. JAMES PETTYJOHN 5-47, born in West Virginia, about 1776; died date unknown; married about 1795 to Frances Wisbey, born 1777. Their children: Deborah 6-48-270a; Sarah 6-48-270b; Zachariah 6-48-179; Lewis 6-48-139; William Barlow 6-48-141; Josiah 6-48; Joseph 6-48-140; Absalom 6-48-127; Nancy 6-48; Naomi 6-48; James G.D. 6-48-126.

49. RICHARD PETTYJOHN 5-47, born about 1778; married about 1800 to Mary Pettijohn 6-7-9, born about 1782, daughter of William and Constance (Little) Pettyjohn. Constance was born Aug. 24, 1752, and died in Ohio, Oct. 17, 1835, aged 83, and married before 1784 to William Pettyjohn, the head of family No. 7. Constance was the daughter of Abraham Little, who was born perhaps around 1712. Children of Richard and Mary Pettyjohn: John 6-49-242; Hiram 6-49-236; Elizabeth 6-49-235; Jacob 6-49-237; Daniel J. 6-49-240; Easter Esther 6-49-241; James 6-49-243; Ruth 6-49-244; Jesse 6-49-245.

50. THOMAS PETTYJOHN 5-47, born Dec. 14, 1780; died Aug. 12, 1824; married Aug. 30, 1802, to Ruth Pettyjohn 6-7-10, daughter of William and Constance (Little) Pettyjohn, this Constance being the daughter of John and Mary (White) Little, mentioned under family No. 47. Children of Thomas and Ruth Pettyjohn: Samuel 7-10-79; Huldah 7-10-80; Boaz 7-10-81; Ruth 7-10-82; Elias S. 7-10-83; Rhoanna 7-10-84; Jonas 7-10-85; Amos 7-10-106; Sarah 7-10-107; Titus 7-10-109; Hannah 7-10-110; Thomas 7-10-111; Mary 7-10-108;

51. JOHN PETTYJOHN 5-47, born about 1785; died at Rinard, Ill., about 1856; married about 1823 to a widow, named McCalgin, who had a son David (52) whom he adopted and who will be treated herein as John's son. Their children, including this David, were: David 6-51-52; Reuben 6-51-54; Nancy 6-51-55; Elizabeth 6-51-56; Thomas 6-51-57.

52. DAVID PETTYJOHN 6-51, born about 1817; died in 1861 in a mine accident at Pike's Peak, Col., married in 1843 to Hannah Pettyjohn, she being the daughter of Ruth 10, having been born Aug. 12, 1823. Their children: Edwina 7-52, who married John Owens; Lucetta 7-52, who married Edwin Hope; Benjamin Franklin 7-52-53; Sarah 7-52.

53. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PETTYJOHN 7-52, born May 17, 1850; died at Toppenish, Wash., April 22, 1921; married 1873 to Sarah Daggett, born Dec. 17, 1853, died Jan. 5, 1900. Their children: Hattie 8-53-150; Bertha 8-53-151; Walter Wayne 8-53-152; Arthur 8-53-156; Floyd 8-53-160; Anne Bill 8-53-161; Willis 8-53-162; Lou Elsie 8-53-163; Fannie Cordelia 8-53-164; Dyer Burgess 8-53-177; Cash Waldo 8-53-178.

54. REUBEN PETTYJOHN 6-51, born about 1823, was killed in battle at Vicksburg, Miss., during the Civil War.

55. NANCY PETTYJOHN 6-51, born 1829; died 1879; married about 1851 to Thomas Powell, who was killed in the Civil War. They had a son, Amos Powell 7-55, who married Julia Golden in 1881, at Rinard, Ill., she being a sister of the wife of James C. Pettyjohn 58. After the death of Thomas Powell, Nancy married a Dr. Weir.

56. ELIZABETH PETTYJOHN 6-51, born about 1830, married a man named Graham. Their children: Reuben 7-56; Vinny 7-56; Daniel 7-56.

57. THOMAS PETTYJOHN 6-51, born July 4, 1831, in Brown county, Ohio, died Aug. 8, 1892, in Brown county, Neb., married June 14, 1855, to Harriet A. Clark, born Dec. 4, 1833, and who died April 30, 1922. Their children: James C. 7-57-58; Elizabeth 7-57, died in infancy; Carlton 7-57-59; Florence M. 7-57-60; Laura Ella 7-57-61; Layfayette 7-57, died in infancy; Mary Olive 7-57-62; John Jonathan 7-57-63.

58. JAMES C. PETTYJOHN 7-57, born April 16, 1856, in Wayne county, Ill., died Feb. 17, 1941, married June 12, 1878, to Mary J. Golden, born Aug. 15, 1858, died Jan. 18, 1938. He took up a homestead near Long Pine, Neb., 1898-1906, and served as County Commissioner and Assessor in Brown county, Neb. With his wife was baptized into the fellowship of the Indian Prairie Baptist church near Rinard, Ill., Dec 21, 1874. In 1909 he sold his farm and moved to San Diego, Cal., and in 1913, bought a farm at Thayer, Mo., which, in 1931, he traded for the home at [address omitted], Ocean Beach, San Diego, Cal., where he spent the remainder of his life. Theri children: Goldie M. 8-58-165; James Roscoe 8-58-206; Minnie Myrtle 8-58-207; Everett Jay 8-58-209; Laura Annie 8-58-210; Florence 8-58-212.

59. CARLTON PETTIJOHN 7-57, born in Ill., Aug. 13, 1860, married Oct. 3, 1886, to Lucy Smith and lived at Long Pine, Neb., Lucy having been born July 24, 1858. Their children: Earl C. 8-59, born Oct 22, 1887, died in 1909; Stella P. 8-59; born June 25, 1892, married a man named Cook and had a son, Carlton Cook 9-59, born April 28, 1915; Hugh 8-59, born in Jan. 1893, died before reaching the age of one year.

60. FLORENCE M. PETTIJOHN 7-57, born May 12, 1864; married May 16, 1887, to James A. Kerr at Lake Villa, Ill., who died May 29, 1943. Their children: Edgar S. Kerr 8-60-197; William Ray Kerr 8-60-198, Jeanie Kerr 8-60, born Jan. 31, 1895; Stella Kerr 8-60-199; Helen Kerr 8-60-200.

61. LAURA ELLA PETTIJOHN 7-57, born Dec. 10, 1866, at Rinard, Ill., died Oct. 10, 1940, at Chadron, Neb., married March 24, 1885, to Edgar F. Waymouth, at Long Pine, Neb. Their children: Amanda Olive Weymouth 8-61-189; Carl F. Weymouth 8-61-190; George Thomas Weymouth 8-61-191; Guy Horatia Weymouth 8-61-192; James Boyd Weymouth 8-61-193; Orrin John Weymouth 8-61-194; Fanny Lucille Weymouth 8-61-195; Blanche Adele Weymouth 8-61-196; Edgar F. Weymouth was born July 27, 1862, and died Feb. 28, 1940, at Chadron, Neb.

62. MARY OLIVE PETTIJOHN 7-57, born Aug. 2, 1872 and at this writing in 1946, lives at [address omitted], Omaha, Neb., married Jan. 17, 1895, to Dennis F. Phelan, born April 5, 1865, died Jan. 31, 1943. They have an adopted daughter, Hazel Margaret Phelan, born April 16, 1897, married July 22, 1926, to James John Simon, born in May, 1896.

63. JOHN JONATHAN PETTIJOHN 7-57, born Oct. 17, 1875; died March 20, 1923, married June 17, 1903, to Elizabeth Shenkenberg. Their children: Francis J. 8-63-64; William T. 8-63-65; Carl G. 8-63-66; Elizabeth C. 8-63-67; David J. 8-63-68; Richard E. 8-63, born Dec. 21, 1922. John Jonathan 63, at the time of his death was assistant to the president of the University of Minnesota.

64. FRANCIS J. PETTIJOHN 8-63, born June 20, 1904, married Aug. 20, 1930, to Dorothy Bracken. Their children: Norma E. 9-64, born Aug. 22, 1931; Clare 9-64, born Sept. 30, 1940.

65. WILLIAM T. PETTIJOHN 8-63, born Nov. 22, 1907, married July 16, 1934, to Rebecca Plank. Their children: Julia E. 9-65, born Feb. 19, 1937; William T. 9-65, born July 28, 1940.

66. CARL G. PETTIJOHN 8-63, born Aug. 4, 1911, married Aug. 28, 1938, to Beatryce Stegel.

67. ELIZABETH C. PETTIJOHN 8-63, born Oct. 1, 1916, married April 12, 1940, to Frederick T. Dedolph. Their child, John F. Dedolph 9-67, was born July 13, 1942.

68. DAVID J. PETTIJOHN 8-63, born Dec. 1, 1918, married Dec. 26, 1942, to Evelyn Lundberg. Their child, Donald J. 9-68, was born Oct. 11, 1944.

69. JAMES PETTYJOHN 4-3, born about 1730; died between May 3, 1794, and Dec. 3, 1801; married Esther, was a Lieutenant in the Continental Infantry and receipted for his pay April 6, 1784, at Richmond, Va. (Archives Dept., Va. State Library.) Had a son Ebenezer, born about 1774.

70. SAMUEL PETTYJOHN 4-3, born about 1732, married before Nov. 5, 1754, to Anne, probably daughter of John Wright.

71. ABRAHAM PETTYJOHN 4-3, born about 1736; died before Feb. 2, 1761; married before Nov. 5, 1754, to Elizabeth, granddaughter of John Marsh.

72. SARAH PETTYJOHN 4-3, born about 1746; married before 1768 to Nixon.

73. ELIZABETH PETTYJOHN 4-3, born about 1748, married Abel.

74. ABIGAIL PETTYJOHN 4-3, born about 1750, married Bignall.

75. ESTHER PETTYJOHN 4-5, born probably about 1720, and according to Gates and Allied Families, referred to herin, died doubtless after 1790 in German or Luzerne Townships, Fayette county, Penn., since one of that name was taxed there in 1786 and was the head of a family in 1790. She married probably as early as 1740-5, Absalom Little.

76. AGATHA PETTYJOHN 4-5, born about 1721; died after 1749; married Light. Thier children: Mary Light 5-76; Bettie Light 5-76; William Light 5-76. All the children were born before 1749.

77. MARY PETTIJOHN 4-5, born about 1722, married before 1749 to Donavan.

78. LEVINAH PETTYJOHN 4-5, born about 1726; died undoubtedly in Fayette county, Penn., after 1790; married after Jan. 15, 1749, and before Feb 29, 1752, to Amos Little (son of Anthony and grandson of John Little) who died in 1752.

79. SAMUEL PETTYJOHN 7-10, born June 15, 1803, died in Edgar county, Ill., Sept. 28, 1845; married Jan. 1. 1825, to Abigail Ferguson, born Jan. 31, 1804, died Aug. 31, 1897, at her son Thomas' farm on the South Fork of the Touchet River, near Dayton, Wash. Their children: Jonathan 8-79-112; Thomas 8-79-364; Streeter 8-79-299; Jonas 8-79; Hulda 8-79-398; Sarah Ellen 8-79-400; Rohanna 8-79-456 (spelled also Roanna); Elias 8-79. Jonas 8-79 died in Andersonville Prison during the Civil War.

80. HULDAH PETTIJOHN 7-10, born Dec. 17, 1804, in West Virginia, died in Missouri, April 24, 1861; married Dec. 1, 1825, to John Milton, and by him had two sons, J.C. Milton and E.P. Milton.

81. BOAZ PETTIJOHN 7-10, born Aug. 27, 1806, in Highland county, Ohio, as were all the later brothers and sisters. He did not marry and died May 3, 1829.

82. RUTH PETTIJOHN 7-10, born Oct. 4, 1808; died May 29, 1890; did not marry. Reared and educated her niece, Huldah N. Pettijohn 8-83-593, daughter of Elias S. Pettijohn 7-10-83. Huldah married James F. Aiken, of Adrian, Ill.

83. ELIAS S. PETTIJOHN, Sr., 7-10, born May 6, 1810; died Aug. 26, 1838; married June 5, 1836, to Fanny Northcott, who died in Shelby county, Ill., Aug. 23, 1938. Their child, Huldah N. 8-83-593, who was reared by her aunt Ruth 7-10-82, survived them.

84. RHOANNA PETTIJOHN 7-10, born Feb. 17, 1812; died 1893; married April 22, 1836, to John Graham, who died in Sedgwick county, Kans., Sept. 22, 1885. Data on their two sons and three daughters was not available.

85. JONAS PETTIJOHN 7-10, born in Highland county, Ohio, Nov. 5, 1813, died at Green, Kans., April 20, 1896; married Sept. 27, 1845, at Huntsville, Ill., to Fannie Huggins, who was born in Brown county, Ohio, Nov. 8, 1812, and died at Green Kans., March 7, 1894. Jonas and Fannie were married on a Saturday, on the following Sunday they went to Sabbath school at Huntsville, and on the following Monday, Sept. 29, 1845, they started on their overland ourney to Lacquiparle, Minn., to serve under the Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church as missionaries to the Sioux Indians. Both Jonas and his wife, Fannie, were of strong religious convictions and remained steadfast to their trust throughout their long lives. As missionaries they were stationed for a number of years at Lacquiparle, Minn., during which time Fannie taught in the Indian schools, learned the Sioux language, and assisted the Rev. S. R. Riggs in his work of translating the Bible into the language of the Dakotas. The family went through the harrowing experiences of the Sioux Indian War in 1862, in which some four hundred settlers were massacred, principally at New Ulm, including Amos Huggins 8-14-16 and Rufus Huggins 8-14-21, sons of Lydia (Pettijohn) Huggins 7-13-14. In 1890 Jonas wrote and published his "Autobiography, Family History and Various Reminiscenses" in which he tells the story of his service as a missionary among the Indians of Minnesota and vividly relates the account of the escape of himself and his family from the Sioux massacre in 1862. Their children: Samuel Wilson 8-85, born Oct. 28, 1846, died Dec. 28, 1847; Laura Eliza 8-85-118; Albert Bushnell 8-85-86; William Thomas 8-85-87; Alice Louise, born July 22, 1854, died April 22, 1863.

86. ALBERT BYSHNELL PETTIJOHN 8-85, born at Lacquiparle, Minn., Dec. 30, 1849, deied at Seattle, Wash., Dec. 21, 1933; married May 30, 1875, to Ida I. Kast, who died April 17, 1917, at Ritzville, Wash. Theri children, all born at Le Suer, Minn., were: David William 9-86-88;Bertha May 9-86-89; Harry Wallace 9-86-90; Everett Howard 9-86-91; Cecil Albert 9-86-92

87. WILLIAM THOMAS PETTIJOHN 8-85, born June 3, 1852; married Nov. 27, 1879, to Octavia A. Clark. Theri children: Hattie Lucelia 9-87-98; Zelda Augusta 9-87-99; Lydia Ethel 9-87-100; Albert Everett 9-87-101; Howard Wilson 9-87-105. At this writing William Thomas Pettijohn, in 1947, still keen and alert in mind and body despite his advanced age, live with his daughter, Lydia 9-87-100, at Ritzville, Wash.

88. DAVID WILLIAM PETTIJOHN 9-86, born March 26, 1876; married at Ritzville, Wash., June 20, 1902, to Lynetta Harris.

89. BERTHA MAY PETTIJOHN 9-86, born at LeSuer, Minn., (as were all her brothers) on Dec. 21, 1878. In 1945 she livedat Tonasket, Wash. Married Sept. 21, 1904, to Claude Barker. Their children: Donald Barker 10-89-93; Leta Lucille Barker 10-89-94; Elizabeth Inez Barker 10-89-95.

90. HARRY WALLACE PETTIJOHN 9-86, born Dec. 28, 1884; married June 15, 1912 to Nancy Houston. Their children: Sam B. 10-90-96; Robert Wallace, born March 13, 1923; Harry Wallace Pettijohn died at San Fransisco, Cal., Sept. 13, 1939.

91. EVERETT HOWARD PETTIJOHN 9-86, born July 13, 1892; married Marjorie Joy Cummings at Seattle, Wash., in Feb. 1922. Their children: Inez Louise 10-91-97; Marjorie Joy, born Aug. 13, 1924; David Everett, born Dec. 28, 1934.

92. CECIL ALBERT PETTIJOHN 9-86, born July 3, 1895; married Aug. 26, 1933, to Edith Rankin at San Fransisco, Cal.

93. DONALD BARKER 10-89, born at Ritzville, Wash., Sept. 8, 1906; married Lila Elliott May 9, 1935, at Tomasket, Wash.

94. LETA LOUISE BARKER 10-89, born July 10, 1909, at Ritzville, Wash.; married May 9, 1935, to James W. Justice. Their children: Robert B. Justice, born at Mason City, Wash., July 27, 1936; Karen May Justice, born at Tonasket, Wash., Oct. 26, 1938; Timothy Dean Justice, born at Seattle, Wash., Oct. 4, 1942.

95. ELIZABETH INEZ BARKER 10-89, born at Ritzville, Wash., April 20, 1917; married June 12, 1939 to Joe Barth and has one daughter, Claudia May Barth, born Dec. 16, 1943, at Brooklyn, N.Y.

96. SAM B. PETTIJOHN 10-90, born at Olympia, Wash., May 5, 1915; married in July, 1939, to Marcia Harland. They have a daughter, Diane, born at San Fransisco, Cal., March 23, 1941.

97. INEZ LOUISE PETTIJOHN 10-91, born Seattle, Wash., Feb. 2, 1923; married Aug. 22, 1943 to De. Wayne G. Crookston, at Cordova, Alaska, and had a daughter Pamela Crookston, born in 1944.

98. HATTIE LUCELIA PETTIJOHN 9-87, born Sept. 10, 1880; died Sept. 6, 1916; married Aug. 15, 1899, to Lewis Cass Hacker. Theri children: Winona Pearl Hacker, 10-98, born Aug. 30, 1902; Ralph Hacker 10-98, born Aug.8, 1909, died Sept. 8, 1917.

99. ZELDA AUGUSTA PETTIJOHN 9-87, born Aug. 4, 1882; married Aug. 20, 1907, to James T. Wood and lived at [address omitted], Seattle Wash. Their children: James Gordon Wood 10-99, born Feb. 24, 1911; Valean De Vere Wood 10-99, born Dec. 8, 1912.

100. LYDIA ETHEL PETTIJOHN 9-87, born Oct. 10, 1884, and in 1946 lived at Ritzville, Wash., where her father, William Thomas Pettijohn (87), at the age of ninety three years, and vigorous in mind and body, makes his home with her and her husband Henry Ahlers, to whom she was married Oct. 1, 1907. Henry Ahlers and his wife, Lydia, have these children: Wilber Glen Ahlers 10-100, born Dec. 24, 1909, died April 25, 1923; Raymond William Ahlers 10-100, born April 27, 1916; Albert Thomas Ahlers 10-100, born June 24, 1917; Laura Lucille Ahlers 10-100, born July 24, 1920.

101. ALBERT EVERETT PETTIJOHN 9-87, born Aug. 3, 1886; married Aug. 15, 1930, and lived at [address omitted], Lodi, Cal., his wife being the former Mary Bechold. Their son, William Albert 10-101, was born March 9, 1932.

102. THOMAS MERRIL PETTIJOHN 9-87, born July 22, 1889; married March 26, 1921, to Bettie Gray and lived at [address omitted], Oakland, Cal.

103. RUTH PETTIJOHN 9-87, born Jan. 28, 1892; married June 5, 1909, to Claude Plunkett, and lived at [address omitted], Seattle, Wash. They had a daughter, De Vee Octavia Plunkett 10-103, born Feb. 1, 1911. Ruth's second marriage was to Melvin B. Pettibone, Dec. 1, 1923.

104. AGNES PEARL PETTIJOHN 9-87, born Sept. 13, 1894; married Sept. 12, 1914, to Frank Higginbotham and lived at [address omitted], Seattle, Wash. Their son, Dale Frank Higginbotham 10-104, was born April 21, 1918.

105. HOWARD WILSON PETTIJOHN 9-87, born June 17, 1897, in Clay county, Kans.; married Nov. 28, 1918, to Molly Harch and lived at [address omitted], Berkeley, Cal. Their children: Genevieve Elaine 10-105, born June 21, 1921, married May 31, 1941, to Robert Alvoy McNeil, and they have a son, James Robert McNeil 11-105, born April 2, 1944; Darlene Ellen 10-105, born Sept. 24, 1925, married April 15, 1945, to Donald Ray Bradley.

106. AMOS PETTIJOHN 7-10, born in Highland county, Ohio, Oct. 3, 1815; he was a physician and surgeon and died at Arcadia, Ind., Sept. 28, 1886; married Nov. 14, 1836, to Nancy Ann Calvin, in Brown county, Ohio. Their children: Carrillia A. 8-106, born in 1840; Sarah 8-106, born in 1843; Juliet D. 8-106, born in 1846; Theresa H. 8-106, born in 1849; Lewis Banks 8-106, born in 1855; died in Aug. 1945, at Arcadia, Ind.; Jonas C. 8-106, born in 1858; Willie F. 8-106, born in 1860. The daughter, Juliet, married a Dr. J. H. Houser.

107. SARAH PETTIJOHN 7-10, born in Highland county, Ohio, Nov. 13, 1817, married Feb. 14, 1838, to John B. Huggins, and moved to Schuyler county, Ill., and lived at Rye, Colorado.

108. MARY PETTIJOHN 7-10, born in Highland county, Ohio, Feb. 26, 1820, married in 1838, to Jackson Ewing.

109. TITUS PETTIJOHN 7-10, born Sept. 14, 1821, died Sept. 12, 1863; married in 1844 to Mary Jane Moffet. Their children: Mary C. 8-109, born about 1846; Sarah D. 8-109, born about 1849.

110. HANNAH PETTIJOHN 7-10, born in Highland county, Ohio, Aug. 12, 1823, died in April, 1861; married in 1843 to David Pettijohn 6-51-52, who was the son of the widow whom John Pettijohn 5-47-51 married.

111. THOMAS PETTIJOHN, JR. 7-10, born March 2, 1825, seven months after the death of his father; married Nov. 17, 1846, to Charity Wisbey, who died May 18, 1879, at St. Peter, Minn. While serving in the Civil War a cannon ball struck near him and threw earth in his face from the effects of which he lost his sight. He was known as "Blind Tom," was taken prisoiner at the battle of Germantown in 1863 and sent to Andersonville Prison. He and Charity had these children: Elias Steele 8-111-215; Louis M. 8-111, born Sept. 29, 1849, died Jan. 21, 1863; Mary A. 8-111, born May 15, 1854, died Feb. 2, 1863; Jane M. 8-111-223; Carrie 8-111-225; Lydia 8-111, born Jan. 1, 1862, died Jan. 18, 1863; Lillian 8-111-226; Louisa J. 8-111-227; Thomas A. 8-111, born May 29, 1868, died July 8, 1869; Amos 8-111, born Aug. 8, 1870, died Sept. 6, 1870; William J. 8-111, born May 7, 1875, died Oct. 30, 1978; Ruth 8-111-224.

112. JONATHAN PETTYJOHN 8-79, born Jan. 12, 1827, died June 18, 1913; married in 1853 to Hannah Warner. Their children: Thomas 9-112-113; Amos 9-112-114; Eli 9-112-115; John 9-112-116; Huldah 9-112-117; Abraham 9-112-280; Sherman 9-112-304; Calvin 9-112, born Oct. 18, 1869, died Oct. 27, 1941, unmarried; Mary 9-112-302.

113. THOMAS PETTYJOHN 9-112, born July 26, 1854, died Nov. 21, 1937; married Dec. 12, 1883 to Ella Humphrey. Their children: Ada 10-113-276; Nick 10-113-277; Ollie 10-113-278; Harry 10-113-279.

114. AMOS PETTYJOHN 9-112, born Feb. 24, 1856, died March 21, 1939; married May 29, 1829, to Flora Boyd Jennings. Their children: Ruth 10-114-288; Mary 10-114-289; Viola 10-114-290; Lawrence 10-114-291. Amos came with his parents to Prescott, Wash., from Lynn county, Ore., in 1858. At the age of 18 he joined a whaling expedition to the Behring Straits. Three years later he returned and farmed 16 years at Nez Perce, Ida., and later at Prescott where he farmed extensive holdings until 1933, when he retired and moved to Dayton where he spent his remaining days.

115. ELI PETTYJOHN 9-112, born Oct. 10, 1857, died Feb. 1905, leaving no children.

116. JOHN PETTYJOHN 9-112, born June 1, 1859, died Feb. 1, 1949, married in Aug. 1890, to Kate Walter, a daughter of an early pioneer family of that Prescott, Wash., locatlity. John, who was familiarly known as "Jack Pettyjohn," was a farmer, and both he and his father, Jonathan 112, before him, were friends of the Indians. "Jack" was a colorful character and a more extended reference to him may be found under the narrative devoted to Dyer Burgess Pettijohn. He lef tno children.

117. HULDAH PETTYJOHN 9-112, born July 29, 1861; died Jan. 4, 1910, married Aug. 4, 1879, to Frank P. Richmond. Their children: Della Richmond 10-117-271; Charles Richmond 10-117-272; Nona Richmond 10-117-273; Elsie Richmond 10-117-274; Clyde Richmond 10-117-175.

118. LAURA ELIZA PETTIJOHN 8-85, born May 6, 1848, died Sept. 19, 1923, married Nov. 5, 1873, to Jacob Stevens in Rutland Township, Montgomery county, Kans. Their children: Frances L. Stevens 9-118-119; Harry L. Stevens 9-118-120; James Jonas Steven 9-118-121; George Alvin Stevens 9-118-122; Jesse Clark Stevens 9-118-123; William Herbert Stevens 9-118-124; Pansy Stevens 9-118-125.

119. FRANCES L. STEVENS 9-118, born Jan. 28, 1878, died Aug. 9, 1878, in Clay county, Kans.

120. HARRY L. STEVENS 9-118, [address omitted], Kans., born March 15, 1879, married April 26, 1905, to Winifred K. Llyod. Their children: Doris Maurine Stevens 10-120-476; Donald Llyod Stevens 10-120-477; Arthur Leland Stevens 10-120-478; Harry Dale Stevens 10-120-479.

121. JAMES JONAS STEVENS 9-118, Clay Center, Kans., born May 2, 1880.

122. GEROGE ALVIN STEVENS 9-118, born Jan. 23, 1883, died April 26, 1895, in Clay county, Kans.

123. JESSE CLARK STEVENS 9-118, Los Angeles, Cal., born July 28, 1885, ,married Feb. 9, 1910, to Elsie E. Ensign. Their children: Elsie Mildred Stevens 10-123, born July 7, 1911; Ruth Elane Stevens 10-123.

124. WILLIAM HERBERT STEVENS 9-118, Independence, Mo., born March 6, 1888, married May 15, 1915, to Cassie M. Sanneman. Their daughter, Clarice 10-124, married Feb. 3, 1946 to Lewis Vernon Herbst, lives at Independence, Mo.

125. PANSY STEVENS 9-118, Lynn county, Kans., born April 2, 1889, died April 3, 1889, in Lynn county, Kans.

126. JAMES G. D. PETTYJOHN 6-48, born in Brown county, Ohio, July 29, 1821, died Nov. 3, 1854, married Sept. 19, 1843 to Martha O. Northcott, born Oct. 30, 1819, in Flemming county, Ky. Their children: Epenetus Melcina 7-126, born at Augusta, Ind., Aug.27, 1844, died in infancy; Triphena Appelles 7-126-434; Twins, Malpheus Artemus and Armina Ursulla 7-126, born March 7, 1848, at Door village, Ind.; Abra Claudius 7-126-435, a physician who practiced at Brookfield, Mo.; Ella Alice 7-126, born at Goshen, Ind., Aug. 15, 1854, died in infancy. James G. D. Pettyjohn's wife, Martha, had a brother, the Rev. H C. Northcott, who, writing in the Flemingsburg Times-Democrat under date of Oct. 3, 1918, then being of the age of 97 years, had this to say about his sister's wedding: "My sister Martha was the youngest daughter and I was next to her. When she consented to marry Dr. James G. D. Pettyjohn, my mother was dissatisfied and sent me to Ohio from where we lived in Kentucky to learn more of him before she would consent. Martha was mentally gifted and personally attractive and became a very skillfiull worker in the church. I had a favorable report to make, but my trip was on horseback, and coming home I stopped at a farmhose in Bracken county expecting to get an early start and get home by noon and in time for their marriage that afternoon. After several miles on my way I found that my pocketbook was missing and I had to return to my stopping place where I found it on the ground where I stood while paying my bill. When I got home late in the afternoon all had agreed and they were already married. Dr. Pettyjohn was a Presbyterian but became a Methodist minister and a member of the North Indiana Conference. For some years he was a successful pastor and after his wife died he dropped out of the ministry, married again and resumed the practice of medicine in Chicago."

127. ABSALOM PETTYJOHN 6-48, born in Brown county, Ohio, April 1, 1815, died Oct. 10, 1879, married Sept. 4, 1845, to Julia DeHart, born July 8, 1825, died April 9, 1884. Their children: Birney 7-127-328; Orlando Burgess 7-127-329; Susan Laura 7-127-330; Otto Beecher 7-127-128; Cassius Mayo 7-127-331; Horace DeHart 7-127-332; Lewis Julius 7-127-130; William Lincoln 7-127-333; John Theodore 7-127-334; Guy Phineas 7-127-347.

128. OTTO BEECHER PETTIJOHN 7-127, was a physician at Indianapolis, Ind., born April 13, 1853, died Jan. 15, 1924, married Lillian Sloan. Their children: Blanchard B. 8-128-336; Charles Clyde 8-128-129; Gertrude 8-128-337.

129. CHARLES CLYDE PETTIJOHN 8-128, lawyer, born May 5, 1881, at Indianapolis, Ind. Married first to Ruth Doolittle, and secondly to Helen Irene Lynch of Boston, on Nov. 23, 1917. Their children: Charles C. Jr., 9-129; Bruce David 9-129.

130. LEWIS JULIUS PETTIJOHN 7-127, born near Deming, Ind., July 7, 1862, died April 4, 1936; married in Oct. 1888, to Emma Dell Wright. While a young man he migrated to Kansas where he taught the first district school in Stevens county, became prominent in politics and served as secretary of state. Their children: Juliett 8-130, who married Jesse C. Denious of Dodge City, Kans., and Horace 8-130.

130a. COMFORT PETTIJOHN 5-47, born about 1787, married about 1810, to Robert Butler and had six daughters, and at least one son. They were: Sarah Butler 6-130-130b; Deborah 6-130a, who married Uriah Lauderback; a daughter who married Joshua Hagle; Jane Butler 6-130a, who married Daniel Williams; Elizabeth Butler 6-130a, who married Fred Yackey; John Butler 6-130a, who married Barbara South and lived near Bernard in Brown county, Ohio.

130b. SARAH BUTLER 6-130a, born about 1815, married about 1840, to Peter Gopperton. Their children: John Gopperton 7-130b; Mahala Gopperton 7-130b-130c; George Gopperton 7-130b, who served as a member of the 11th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry during the Civil War; Peter Gopperton, Jr., 7-130b. John Gopperton married Barbara Land.

130c. MAHALA GOPPERTON 7-130b, born about 1850, married Oct. 24, 1873, to Charles T Kincaid, born Sept. 6, 1847, died April 18, 1915. Their children: Claude Kincaid 8-130c, born April 10, 1874, died Aug. 29, 1906; Maude V. Kincaid 8-130c, born June 20, 1878; Homer P. Kincaid 8-130c, born Sept 19, 180.

131. EDWARD PETTIJOHN 5-47, born about 1790, died about 1850, the youngest son of John and Deborah (Little) Pettijohn (47); married Sarah Lions. Their children: John 6-131-132; Thomas 6-131-138; Ruth 6-131-139a; Fanny 6-131-139b; Ann 6-131-137.

132. JOHN PETTIJOHN 6-131, born May 9, 1813, died Jan. 20, 1892. His first marriage was to Kizziah Shearer and by her he had: Thomas J. 7-132-133; Richard 7-132, who died in the Civil War' Elias 7-132, who enlisted in Co. "A," 98th Ill. Inf., and served in the Civil War; Huldah 7-132; Coonrad 7-132, who died in the Civil War; Rhoanna 7-132-135; Homer 7-132-134; Irene 7-132-136. After the death of Kizziah, John married Fidelia Williams (Summers?) in the spring of 1853. She was born Feb. 28, 1815, and died June 24, 1871. They had two children, William Barlow 7-132 and Olive 7-132, both of whom died in infancy. About 1886 John took for his third wife Catherine Anderson. In 1842 John, 132, moved from Brown county, Ohio, to Wayne county, Ill. It is said that Elias died in the south while a soldier in the Civil War.

133. THOMAS J. PETTIJOHN 7-132, born in Brown county, Ohio, July 18, 1838; moved with his parents to Wayne county, Ill., in 1842, where he died April 12, 1897. His first wife was Jane Cassiday, who died in Oct., 1865. Thomas and Jane had one child, a son, Henry 8-133, who did not marry and died in 1885. For his second wife Thomas took Margaret Wilson, April 15, 1869, who died in Aug. 1882 Their children: Richard 8-133, born March 3, 1870; James 8-133, born July 24, 1879; Rosella 8-133, born Oct. 14, 1872, died April 7, 1893; Mary 8-133, born Aug. 11, 1875, married Ebenezer Williams. For his third wife Thomas on March 28, 1883, took Roda Mitchell, born May 6, 1858. Their children: Harry Lloyd 8-133, born April 22, 1884; Lizzie K 8-133, born Sept. 15, 1885; Frederick L. 8-133, born Jan. 30, 1891; Vera 9-133, born Aug. 26, 1893; John L. 8-133, born Aug. 12, 1895.

134. HOMER PETTIJOHN 7-132, son of John (132) married Laura Pettijohn, who was the daughter of Joseph Pettijohn (140) and was born April 20, 1857. No children were reported.

135. RHOANNA PETTIJOHN 7-132, married Leo Wilson and they had several children.

136. IRENE PETTIJOHN 7-132, married Hiram Weir. They had several children.

137. ANN PETTIJOHN 6-131, married James Gunion and lived near Bloomington, Ill.

138. THOMAS PETTIJOHN 6-131, born about 1820, was married three times, first to Elizabeth Campbell who died in 1849. The name of his second wife has not been discovered. His third wife was Lizzie Poe and by her had these children: Josiah 7-138, who died about 1855, leaving several children; Daniel 7-138, James 7-138, and Ellen 7-138.

139. LEWIS PETTYIOHN 6-48, a Methodist minister, born about 1803, married Miss Eleanor Northcutt, a sister of Elias S. Pettijohn's (53) wife. They had a son, Streeter 7-139, and a daughter who married Frank Wilson of Noblesville, Ind., and it was in their home that Eleanor spent her last days.

139a. RUTH PETTIJOHN 7-131, born about 1822, married Albert Hayes and had, among other children, a son Thomas Hayes 8-139a, and lived near Rinard, Ill.

139b. FANNY PETTIJOHN 7-131, born about 1825, married Marcus Summers and had a daughter, Ellen 8-139b, who married Sol Yates.

139c. SARAH ANNA PETTIJOHN 7-140, born about 1849, married May 17, 1888, to Ezra Coppell, who died in 1895. Their children: Henry R. Coppell 8-139c, born Aug. 26, 1889; Virgil Coppell 8-139c, born March 5, 1891; Saloma Coppell 8-139c, born March 26, 1895.

140. JOSEPH PETTIJOHN 6-48, born May 14, 1809, married Saloma Rhorer, born Feb. 5, 1817, died May4, 1897. Their children: Cyrenus Streeter Weld 7-140, born Nov. 29, 1835, who in the Civil War was a corporal in Co. "A," 101 Indiana Infantry; Simon 7-140, born in 1837; Frances Susana 7-140, born in 1839; Melissa Jane 7-140, born in 1845; Artheusa 7-140, born 1843; Simeon A. 7-140-436; Sarah Anna 7-140-139c; Mary Eliza Ann 7-140, born Sept. 15, 1851, died May 20, 1924; Joanna 7-140, born in 1854; Laura 7-140-134, born April 20, 1857; Alph Lois 7-140, born July 3, 1862.

141. WILLIAM BARLOW PETTIJOHN 6-48, born June 12, 1807, on Bell's Run on White Oak Creek, near Sardinia, Brown county, Ohio, died June 27, 1859; married Oct. 10, 1832, to Elizabeth Claycomb, nee Johnson, a widow with two children, Henreietta, who was born Nov. 11, 1825, and married Peter Clutter, and Amanda, who was born May 3, 1827, and married Marquis De Layfayette Marshall. Elizabeth died April 27, 1868. Children of William Barlow and Elizabeth were: Johnson (J. W.) 7-141, born Oct. 27, 1833, was a physician and surgeon at Hoyt, Kans., and served in the state legislature, married Miss Frank Ridings and had a son, William 8-141; James O. 7-141, born May 13, 1835, died Sept. 3, 1836; Sarah Malinda 7-141-142; Naoman 7-141-145; Grenville Osborn 7-141-146; Frances P. 7-141-149; Orange Scott 7-141, born Feb. 26, 1848, died April 15, 1849.

142. SARAH MALINDA PETTIJOHN 7-141, born April 4, 1837; died in 1921; married Feb. 21, 1861, to Joseph E. Bell. Their children: Orpha E. Bell 8-142-143; Gertrude Jane Bell 8-142-144. After Joseph's death Sarah married Rev. McLaughlin and had a son, Earl McLaughlin, born Nov. 28, 1880.

143. ORPHA E. BELL 8-142, born June 9, 1862, married Feb. 15, 1892, to Eva Ballon Orpha was president of the Bell Watch Case Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio. They had one child, Ray Bell 9-143, born Jan. 12, 1893.

144. GERTRUDE JANE BELL 8-142, born Nov. 19, 1864, married May 20, 1896, to G. A. Hattersley, and was bookkeeper for the Bell Watch Case Co., of which her brother Orpha was president. They had a son, Harold Edmund Hattersley 9-144, born Nov. 30, 1898.

145. NAOMAN PETTIJOHN 7-141, born Sept. 26, 1838; died 1885; married Miss DeHart, a sister of Absolom Pettijohn's (127) wife, and had a son, Lewis 8-145.

146. GRENVILLE OSBORN PETTIJOHN 7-141, born April 24, 1841; died at Sardinia, Ohio, May 11, 1886. On Aug. 24, 1862, he enlisted in Co. E, 50th Regt., Ohio Volunteer Infantry and served three years during the Civil War; married Oct 23, 1873, to Sarah C. McNeeley. Their children: Bessie 8-146-147; Wilbur Barlow 8-146-148; Ora Mc. 8-147-309; Orpheus E. 8-146-310; Minnie 8-146-311; Walter J. 8-146-312; Mary O. 8-146-313.

147. BESSIE PETTIJOHN 8-146, born Aug. 11, 1874; died Oct. 15, 1874.

148. WILBUR BARLOW PETTIJOHN 8-146, Sardinia, Ohio, born Feb. 13, 1876, married March 16, 1897, to Iva Purdum. Their children: Granville B. 9-148, born July5, 1899; O. Glen 9-148-308.

149. FRANCES P. PETTIJOHN 7-141, born July 11, 1845; died date unknown; married Nov. 14, 1867, to James Kennedy. Their children: Eugene A. Kennedy, born Oct. 27, 1868; Charles K. Kennedy, born Dec. 14, 1870; Nellie Kennedy, born Sept. 11, 1873.

150. HATTIE PETTIJOHN 8-53, born Dec. 26, 1871; died Oct. 12, 1872.

151. BERTHA PETTIJOHN 8-53, born Aug. 8, 1873; died Oct. 27, 1875

152. WALTER WAYNE PETTIJOHN 8-53, born April 8, 1876; lived at Yakima, Wash.; married Dollie Dott Young Dec. 10, 1903; she was born Sept. 30, 1883. Their children: Frances Maud 9-152-153; Dollie Dott 9-152-154; Ruth Sarah Ann 9-152-155.

153. FRANCES MAUD PETTIJOHN 9-152, born March 8, 1906; died Oct. 29, 1933; married Jan. 24, 1931, to John Harmes Allwardt. They had no children.

154. DOTTIE DOTT PETTIJOHN 9-152, born Aug 29, 1909; married Feb. 4, 1939, to Le Roy Hahn Haughtaling, Yakima, Wash. Their children: Ruth Marie, born uly 19, 1941; Marcia Lee, born Oct. 23, 1942.

155. RUTH SARAH ANN PETTIJOHN 9-152, born Feb. 16, 1912; married William Edgar Moore July 31, 1930. Their children: Walter Grover, born Oct. 14, 1931; Thomas Edgar born Sept. 29, 1938; Joseph Sterling, born April 12, 1939.

156. ARTHUR PETTIJOHN 8-53, born Sept. 20, 1878; married Emma Erickson. Their children: William 9-156-157; Mildred 9-156-158; Benjamin Andrew 9-156-159.

157. WILLIAM PETTIJOHN 9-156, born Nov. 10, 1910; married Miriam Fauch Aug. 8, 1939. They have one child, Judy Ann, born April 7, 1943.

158. MILDRED PETTIJOHN 9-156, born Dec. 22, 1912; married Sept. 18, 1933, to Leonard Welst, Jr. They have Beverly Jean, born Aug. 27, 1938.

159. BENJAMIN ANDREW PETTIJOHN 9-156, born Dec. 12, 1916; married Lona Dasby. They had Eugene Douglas.

160. FLOYD PETTIJOHN 8-53, born March 27, 1881; married Oct. 10, 1916 to Lois Cussick. Their children: Lawrence, born une 21, 1917; Amos, born Oct. 15, 1918, died Nov. 14, 1930; Anna, born Sept. 16, 1926.

161. ANNE BILL PETTIJOHN 8-53, born Jan. 22, 1884; died March 29, 1904.

162. WILLIS PETTIJOHN 8-53, born April 26, 1886; died April 27, 1886.

163. LOU ELSA PETTIJOHN 8-53, born Feb. 24, 1887; died Nov. 28, 1935; married Calvin Craig Feb. 14, 1906. Their children: Benjamin Frances Craig 9-163-430; Thelma Craig, born 1909, died 1911; Thora Craig 9-163-431; Eloise Craig 9-163-432; Dale Craig 9-163-433.

164. FANNIE CORDELIA PETTIJOHN 8-53, born Sept. 24, 1889; died April 10, 1938; married March 27, 1910, to Guy Hill. Their children: Lyle Emerson Hill, born April 1, 1915, married Doris Snyder, Aug. 12, 1935; Gail Hill, born Nov. 11, 1917, married Loren Gilkey, April 21, 1940, and they have two children, Patricia Ann, born May 28, 1942, and Loren, Jr., born Oct. 9, 1944.

165. GOLDIE M. PETTIJOHN 8-58, born Jan. 21, 1879, lives at Grants Pass, Ore.; married March 21, 1896 to Bishop Edward Beed at Rosebud, S.D. Their children: Freida Mae Beed 9-165-166; Myrtle Lenore Beed 9-165-167; Lorran Edward Beed 9-165-168; Ruth Jennivie Beed 9-165-169; Marjorie Bernice Beed 9-165-170; Wayne Le Roy Beed 9-165-171.

166. FRIEDA MAE BEED 9-165, born May 23, 1897, at Valentine, Neb., married Feb. 25, 1914, at Thayer, Mo., to Lee J. Owens. Their children: Gerald Edward Owens 10-166-172; Margaret Lucille Owens 10-166-173; Ardath Lee Owens 10-166-174; Robert James Owens 10-166-175.

167. MYRTLE LENORE BEED 9-165, born Oct. 11, 1898, at Valentine, Neb. Married Sept. 5, 1915, to Oscar J. Owens, brother of her sister Freida's (166) husband. Their children: Mildren Beatrice Owens 10-167-176; Claris Dale Owens born at Long Pine, Neb. May 13, 1917; Herbert Stroy Owens born March 17, 1924, killed in action over Germany, Nov. 29, 1943. Myrtle Lenore (Beed) Owens was divorced and took William Maynard as her second husband.

168. LORRAN EDWARD BEED 9-165, born Aug. 19, 1901, at Valentine, Neb. Married Aug. 24, 1940, to Mary Rose Norton at Jersey City, N.J. He has served in the navy for many years. They have one child, a son, Louis Edward Beed, born Oct. 1, 1941, at Brooklyn, N.Y.

169. RUTH JENNIVIE BEED 9-165, born April 4, 1905, at Long Pine, Nev. Married June 19, 1927 at Ainsworth, Neb., to Clifton Fithian. Their children: Clifton Wayne Fithian, born May 18, 1930, and Virginia Ruth Fithian, born Feb. 4, 1933, both born at Grants Pass, Ore.

170. MARJORIE BERNICE BEED 9-165, born May 7, 1909, at Long Pine, Neb. Married Aug. 19, 1931, at Billings, Mont. to Leo W. Keenan. Their children: Richard Leo Keenan 10, born June 16, 1932, at Cheyenne, Wyo., and Mary Patricia Keenan 10, born May 24, 1934, at Torrington, Wyo.

171. WAYNE LE ROY BEED 9-165, born May 17, 1914, at Thayer, Mo., married Spet. 4, 1935, to Geneva Ann Fairfield at Grants Pass, Ore. Their children: James Le Roy Beed, born July 20, 1938; Ruth Ann Beed, born March 1, 1940, and Mary Ellen Beed, born Sept. 16, 1942, all born at Grants Pass, Ore.

172. GERALD EDWARD OWENS 10-166, born May 15, 1915; married to Fay. Their children: James Leon Owens, born April 11, 1938, and Patricia Lee Owens, born Dec. 28, 1942.

173. MARGARET LUCILLE OWENS 10-166, born May 21, 1918. Not married at the time this was written.

174. ARDATH LEE OWENS 10-166, born Sept. 30, 1923; married to Donald Odom. They have one child, Donna Ruth, born Oct. 6, 1941.

175. ROBERT JAMES OWENS 10-166, born Jan 4, 1926, when this was written was in the U.S. Navy.

176. MILDRED BEATRICE OWENS 10-167, born April 8, 1916, at Bristow, Okla. Married to La Verne Palmer One child, a son, Dennis Howard Palmer, born Feb. 12, 1937, at Mapleton, Ia., and Keith Palmer, an adopted son.

177. DYER BURGESS PETTIJOHN 8-53, born Feb. 20, 1892; married May 11, 1912, to Mary Merrill.

178. CASH WALDO PETTIJOHN 8-53, born March 6, 1895.

179. ZACHARIAH PETTIJOHN 6-48, born in West Virginia, June 2, 1801; died in Wayne county, Ill., Sept. 29, 1886; married first to Nancy Pettijohn 7-8, duaghter of Amos Pettijohn 6-7-8, and they had one child, Philo 7-179. For his second wife Zachariah took Mariah McDaniel in the spring of 1831, and by her had these children: Edwin Louden 7-179-180; Diana E. 7-179-181; Mary Ann, born in 1835, died in 1838 from scarlet fever; Rhoda 7-179, born about 1837 and died about 1844; James Wellington 7-179-491, born March 2, 1838, died March 21, 1890; Ethedra Ann 7-179-442; Robert Sheridan 7-179-445.

180. EDWIN LOUDEN PETTIJOHN 7-179, born Dec. 25, 1831; died April 9, 1905. From 1850 to 1852 he spent his time in learning the wagon maker's trade and general carpter work; married April 19, 1853, to Margaret Tracey, born Jan. 2, 1834, near Sardinia, Ohio, died June 2, 1909. Theri children: Margaret Mariah 8-180, born Jan. 8, 1854, died Jan 18, 1854; Isadora Emeline 8-180-245a; James Gordon Byron 8-180, born Aug. 24, 1856, died Aug. 11, 1859; Belle Filo 8-180-245b; Elmer Ellsworth 8-180, born Feb. 6, 1862, died Aug. 12, 1864. The foregoing were born in Wayne county, Ill.; Ulysses S. Grant 8-180-228; Ira Tracy Sherman 8-180-440; Viola May 8-180, born March 10, 1873; Sheridan Marion 8-180-441; For years prior to his death Zachariah lived with his sons, Edwin Louden, Robert Sheridan and James Wellington, in northern Wayne county, Ill., and was buried in a provate cemetery on the bank of Coon Creek, on the farm of his son Edwin Louden, about a quarter of a mile north of the house. Edwin Louden enlisted in the Union Army in 1861, Eleventh Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, and served three and one-half years.

181. DIANA PETTIJOHN 7-179, born Aug. 2, 1883; married Tyrus Wisby Their children: Ora Wisby 8-181, who married a Miss Whitelock; Charles Wisby 8-181, who died without issue; Otis Wisby 8-181, who did not marry.

182. HANNAH PETTIJOHN 7-13, born April 5, 1829, in Brown county, Ohio, and died at Walla Walla, Wash., Dec. 14, 1918; married April 3, 1848, to Henry Allphin, born in 1826 and died in 1920. Their children: William Oscar Allphin 8-182-246; Ermina Jane Allphin 8-182-259; Ida May Allphin 8-182-246; Quincy Allphin 8-182, no dates given, left no children; Charles Allphin 8-182-260; Etta S. Allphin 8-182-261; Harriet Allphin 8-182, no dates available, died at Greensburg, Kans.; Elbert Allphin 8-182, died in infancy; Daisy Frances Allphin 8-182-183. (Note: Henry Allphin was the son of Ruben Allphin and Susan Brumback Allphin who were married in 1820. Susan was the daughter of Peter Brumback who was born in Germany in 1754, came to America about 1770, he served in the Revolutionary War, and died April 6, 1846. Authority: Dept. Int., Bureau of Pensions, Rev. War, Record Sec. "W" File 8400 Brumback Gen.)

183. DAISY FRANCES ALLPHIN 8-182, born March 1, 1869; died at Walla Walla, Wash., Sept. 16, 1931; married Sept. 12, 1888, to William Phocian Hooper, born Dec. 24, 1863, died Nov. 18, 1943, at Walla Walla, Wash. Their children: Walter Ralph Hooper 9-183-184; N. Fred Hooper 9-183-185; William Phocian Hooper, Jr., 9-183-186; Charles Henry Hooper 9-183-187; Robert Arnold Hooper 9-183-188.

184. WALTER RALPH HOOPER 9-183, Walla Walla, Wash., born Aug. 25, 1889; married Sept. 1911, to Gladys Mackay. Their children: Jean Mackay Hooper 10-184, born July 4, 1912; Lellah Ruth Hooper 10-184, born May 7, 1927.

185. N. FRED HOOPER 9-183, born Aug. 1, 1982, married Feb. 18, 1927, to Nellie Smith.

186. WILLIAM PHOCIAN HOOPER, Jr., 9-183, born Aug. 27, 1894; married May 30, 1920, to Beatrice Flynn. Their children: Robert Lee Hooper 10-186, born July 3, 1921; William Phocian Hooper III, 10-186, born March 9, 1923; Frances Hooper 10-186, born Aug. 29, 1925, and married Nov. 12, 1944, to Duncan Kerr.

187. CHARLES HENRY HOOPER 9-183, born Oct. 15, 1896; married Sept. 22, 1920, to Josephine Austin Their children: Charles Austin Hooper 10-187, born March 27, 1922, and married Feb. 1, 1945, to Margaret Delores Tway; Mary Louise Hooper 10-187, born July 21, 1923.

188. ROBERT ARNOLD HOOPER 8-183, born Sept. 4, 1900; married May 31, 1924, to Jewel Weir. Their daughter, Lorna Rae Hooper 10-188, was born Aug. 16, 1932.

189. AMANDA OLIVE WEYMOUTH 8-61, born Dec 24, 1886, at Long Pine, Neb.; married Aug. 22, 1911, to Charles E. Bailey, and lived at [address omitted], Sheridan, Wyo. Mr. Bailey was born at Juniata, Neb., May 28, 1885. Their children: Margaret Evalyn Bailey 9-189-316; George Weymouth Bailey 9-189-317; Edward Orrin Bailey 9-189, born June 19, 1917; Laura Louise Bailey 9-189-318.

190. CARL F. WEYMOUTH 8-61, born Jan. 8, 1888, at Long Pine, Neb.; died Feb. 3, 1939, at Chatsworth, Ill.; married in July, 1913, to Hazel Howard. Their son, Howard Weymouth 9-190, was born in March, 1914.

191. GEORGE THOMAS WEYMOUTH 8-61, born Nov. 22, 1890; married Sept. 10, 1922, to Gladys Shank and lived at [address omitted], El Monte, Calif. Their children: Jean Elizabeth Weymouth 9-191, born Oct. 24, 1924; Louanne Weymouth 9-191, born Dec. 31, 1929; Phylis Ellen Weymouth 9-191, born Aug. 21, 1939; Donna Mae Weymouth 9-191, born Sept. 23, 1938.

192. GUY HORATIO WEYMOUTH 8-61, born Nov. 14, 1892, married in May, 1915, to Claire Ouible and lived at Wilmer, Calif.

193. JAMES BOYD WEYMOUTH 8-61, born Feb. 2, 1894; married Aug. 20, 1913, to Della G. Hamilton at Chadron, Neb. She was born June 3, 1893, the daughter of Geo. A. and Miriam Hamilton, and after her marriage lived at Osgood, Mo. Their children: Belle Maxine Weymouth 9-193-231; Miriam Mae Weymouth 9-193-232; Boyd Weymouth 9-193-233; Helen Louise Weymouth 9-193-234.

194. ORRIN JOHN WEYMOUTH 8-61, born Jan. 6, 1896; married in Sept. 1920, to Erma Peterson, who died March 25, 1940. They lived at Sidney, Neb. They had an adopted son, Richard Colby Weymouth, born April 26, 1829. Orrin's second wife was Mrs. Dorothy Weiymiller, married in Feb. 1941. Their child, Linda Jane Weymouth 9-194, was born July 6, 1944 By a former marriage Mrs. Weiymiller had two children, Robert Weiymiller, born March 3, 1927, and Beverly Ann Weiymiller, born April 29, 1929. Orrin was superintendent of schools at Sidney, Neb.

195. FANNY LUCILLE WEYMOUTH 8-61, born March 29, 1901, at Chadron, Neb.; married Sept. 20, 1919, to Cleve Childers. They adopted two children, Janine Adele Childers, born May 8, 1929, and Lemita Mariene Childers, born June 18, 1932, both born at Kansas City, Mo.

196. BLANCHE ADELE WEYMOUTH 8-61, born March 25, 1903; married Dec. 12, 1918, to Melvin A. Wagers and lived at [address omitted], Chadron, Neb. Their children: James Morton Wagers 9-196, born Oct. 9, 1919, died Dec. 4, 1933; Helen Lucille Wagers 9-198-319; Marianne Wagers 9-196, born Feb. 4, 1930; Dewey Ed. Wagers, an adopted son, born at Omaha, Neb., Oct 30, 1930, and adopted March 17, 1934.

197. EDGAR S. KERR 8-60, born May 19, 1888; married Feb. 14, 1919, to Vera Martin, at Smithboro, Ill., and in 1946 lived at Bloomington, Ill. Their children: Jeane Kerr 9-197, born Sept. 16, 1920; John Martin Kerr 9-197, born Dec. 31, 1934.

198. WILLIAM RAY KERR 8-60, born Feb. 9, 1892; married June 14, 1919, to Alma Fryer at White Water, Wis Their daughter born Jan. 31, 1895, died Sept. 3, 1895. They lived at Waukegan, Ill.

199. STELLA KERR 8-60, born Sept. 3, 1897; married June 11, 1919, to George Mitchell Their daughter, Helen Ann Mitchell 9-199, was born July 17, 1921. In 1947 the family lived at Chicago, Ill.

200. HELEN KERR 8-60, born Dec. 17, 1899; married Sept. 10, 1919, to William James Weber 9-200, born Sept. 10, 1932; an adopted daughter, Helen Amelia Weber, was born Dec 30, 1930.

201. FREDERICK MARK LIBBY 8-34, born at W. St. Paul, Minn., July 17, 1867, and in 1947 lived at [address omitted], Boston, Mass.; married Izetta M. Glover Oct. 1, 1913; their daughter, Virginia Libby 9-201, was born May 12, 1914, and in 1947 lived at Miami, Fla.

202. WILLA MORRIS 9-35, born Aug. 4, 1890; married Aug. 4, 1928, to William C. Ross.

203. CHARLES LOYAL HUGGINS 9-16, in 1946 lived at [address omitted], Berkeley, Cal; born April 19, 1861, married June 5, 1890, to Pearl Owsley. Their children: Lawerence Enlow Huggins 10-203, died in infancy, in Jan., 1894; Elizabeth Ray Huggins 10-203, born April 6, 1891, married first, Oct. 11, 1911, to Alexander Cameron; divorced and married Oct. 26, 1928, to Roger Larabee Lewis; Charles' third child, Helen Huggins 10-203, was born June 15, 1898, married Dec. 29, 1940, to James Haden Wells, and in 1946 lived at El Cajon, Cal. Bernice Owsley Huggins 10-203, Charles' fourth child, was born Jan. 20, 1902, married Sept 22, 1927, to Thomas Bishop Porter, or Watsonville, Cal., and they have a daughter, Diane Porter 11-203, born Oct. 15, 1928.

204. AMOS WILLIAMSON HUGGINS 9-16, born at St. Peter, Minn., March 24, 1863, died at Berkeley, Cal., Oct. 11, 1935; married Sept 15, 1891, to Mary Abigail Hackley, born Sept. 28, 1870. Their children: Amos Theodore Huggins 10-204-205; Dorothea Harriet Huggins 10-204, born Sept. 22, 1894, at Berkeley, Cal, where, in 1946, she lived at [address omitted]; Maurice Loyal Huggins 10-204-539; Mildred Huggins 10-204, born May 23, 1899, married in Aug., 1923, to Melville Radke and later divorced; Mary Abigail Huggins 10-204, born Oct. 2, 1904, at Berkeley, Cal., married May 16, 1925, to George Stephen Perkins and they have a daughter, Virginia May Perkins 11-204, born May 17, 1926.

205. AMOS THEODORE HUGGINS 10-204, born July 27, 1892, and in 1946 lived at San Fransisco, Cal., married first in June, 1915, to Elsie Liddell. Their children: Elizabeth Wingham Huggins 11-205, born in July, 1918, married in 1944, to Robert Byerts and died that same year; Eleanor Liddell Huggins 11-205, born in Feb. 1920, married first to Milton Rowley; divorced, and married secondly to John Hoag and by him had a daughter, Bonnie Elizabeth Hoag 12-205, born March 30, 1945. Amos and Elsie were divorced and for his second wife Amos took Pearl Claire Goldthrop, and by her had a daughter, Carrie Jerrie Huggins 11-205, born Dec. 6, 1934, Amos and Pearl were married Dec. 20, 1924.

206. JAMES ROSCOE PETTIJOHN 8-58, born at Albion, Neb., April 15, 1880; died at Long Pine, Neb., Nov. 24, 1882.

207. MINNIE MYRTLE PETTIJOHN 8-58, born at Long Pine, Neb., Jan. 24, 1882; married May 14, 1913, to John Leroy Sawyer, at Thayer, Mo. Minnie died at Torrington, Wyo., Oct. 21, 1936, leaving a son, George Pettijohn Sawyer 9-207-208.

208. GEORGE PETTIJOHN SAWYER 9-207, born May 6, 1914, at Torrington, Wyo., married June 18, 1941, to Roberta De Witt, and served in the U.S. Navy, in civil life being a lawyer.

209. EVERETT JAY PETTIJOHN 8-58, born Aug 14, 1883, at Long Pine Neb., died Nov. 8, 1895, at Valentine, Neb.

210. LAURA ANNIE PETTIJOHN 8-58, born Feb. 6, 1886, at Long Pine, Neb., married Aug. 28, 1913, to Franklin Wayne Coons at Thayer, Mo., and in 1946 lived at Riverside, Cal. Their child: Naomi Ruth Coons 9-210-211.

211. NAOMI RUTH COONS 9-210, born May 15, 1919, at Riverside, Cal., married July 7, 1941, to Edward Donald H. Maddox.

212. FLORENCE PETTIJOHN 8-58, born Dec. 9, 1892, at Valentine, Neb., married Dec. 6, 1914, to David E Parsons at San Diego, Cal., and in 1946 lived at [address omitted] in that city Their children: Lois Marie Parsons 9-212-213; Naomi Mae Parsons 9-212-214.

213. LOIS MARIE PARSONS 9-212, born May 7, 1917, at Detroit, Mich., married March 25, 1945, to Ralph E. Stucki.

214. NAOMI MAE PARSONS 9-212, born Oct. 10, 1919, at Thayer, Mo. Married June 14, 1941, to Eldon Lewellen at Yuma, Ariz. Their child: Donna Mae Lewellen 10-214, born July 22, 1942, at San Diego, Cal.

215. ELIAS STEELE PETTIJOHN 8-111, born at Huntsville, Ill., Feb. 1, 1848; died at Winterhaven, Fla., April 8, 1938; served as state treasurer of Minnesota Married July 6, 1873, to Sarah E. Hughes, daughter of James and Mary Ellen (nee Thompson) Hughes. She died at Winterhaven, Fla., 1931. Their children: Thomas J. 9-215-216; Mary 9-215-217; Kate Frances 9-215-218; Fred 9-215-219; Earl 9-215-220; Lyle 9-215-221; Clyde Hughes 9-215-222.

216. THOMAS J. PETTIJOHN 9-215, born May 25, 1874; died 1931, at St. Peter, Minn. Married June 4, 1903, to Regina Krohn. Their children: Frances Elizabeth 10-216, born Aug. 25, 1904; Ruchard Stanley 10-216, born Sept. 21, 1906; Sybil Jean 10-216, born Dec. 20, 1908.

217. MARY PETTIJOHN 9-215, born May 10, 1876; died Sept. 1931; married at St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 6, 1907, to Mark L. Wildes.

218. KATE FRANCES PETTIJOHN 9-215, Morris, Minn., born April 17, 1879. Married Dec. 25, 1906, to Burton E. Wildes, second cousin of Mark L. Wildes 217. Their children: Burton E. Wildes, Jr., 10-218; Clyde C. Wildes 10-218; Sarah Wildes 10-218; Mary Wildes 10-218; Kathryn Wildes 10-218.

219. FRED PETTIJOHN 9-215, Tallahasse, Fla., born Nov. 18, 1881, married Jan. 17, 1916, to Adelaide Scheel. They have a son, Fred Jr., 10-219, who served during World War II in the China Area.

220. EARL PETTIJOHN 9-215, professor of chemistry at University of Oklahoma at Tulsa; born June 18, 1884; married June 10, 1913, to Clara Anderson. Their children: Elizabeth Clara 10-220; Lucille Carmen, 10-220; Patricia 10-220.

221. LYLE PETTIJOHN 9-215, lawyer, Minneapolis, Minn., born July 8, 1887, married Sept. 20, 1911, to Anna Alice Le Claire of Mankato, Minn. Their children: Audrey Ruth 10-221, born May 26, 1912; Lyle Le Clair, 10-221, born Jan. 15, 1915. Lyle and Anna Alice were divorced in Jan. 1940 and July 9, 1945, Lyle took for his second wife Albina G. "Bonney" Kinkel, of Minneapolis, Minn.

222. CLYDE HUGHES PETTIJOHN 9-215, a pharmacist at Winterhaven, Fla., born June 22, 1900; married June 17, 1923, to Ruth Hardy. Their children: Clyde H. Jr., 10-222, born June 29, 1927, who served in World War II; Earl 10-222.

223. JANE M. PETTIJOHN 8-111, born Nov. 24, 1855; died April 13, 1930. Married Nov. 24, 1878, to E. S. Tylor. Their children: Marvin E. Tylor 9-223, born Feb. 13, 1880; Dorothy Tylor 9-223, born April 16, 1896, and died same day; Kenneth H. Tylor 9-223, born May 19, 1897.

224. RUTH E. PETTIJOHN 8-111, born Nov. 9, 1857; died Dec. 19, 1928; married Sept. 1874, to David S. Utter. Their children: Evelyn Utter 9-224, born Jan. 12, 1876; Lillian Utter 9-224, born May 19, 1877; Sarah Utter 9-224, born Nov. 19, 1885; Ruth E. Utter 9-224, b orn Jan. 16, 1893.

225. CARRIE PETTIJOHN 8-111, born Dec. 16, 1859; died Aug. 30, 1916; married March 21, 1878, to Joseph Utter, a brother of the husband of Ruth, 224.

226. LILLIAN PETTIJOHN 8-111, born Nov. 10, 1863; died Oct. 27, 1925; married June 14, 1880, to G. B. Martindale. Their children: Maud Emma Martindale 9-226, born July 4, 1881; Ethel Lillian Martindale 9-226, born Jan. 15, 1884; Lee Martindale 9-226, born Dec. 19, 1888; Zoe Martindale 9-226, born July 7, 1890; Horace Martindale 9-226, born July 24, 1895; Dick Martindale 9-226, born June 28, 1899; Mary Louise Martindale 9-226, born May 9, 1901; Mildred Jean Martindale 9-226, born Oct. 20, 1905.

227. LOUISA J. PETTIJOHN 8-111, born May 5, 1866; died Jan. 12, 1928; married Dec. 15, 1887, to Leonard B. Hail and later on the June 5, 1916, was married to J. S. Anderson. There may have been an intervening marriage and the paternity of the four children is unknown to the compiler except that at least two of them were by her first husband, Hail. They were: Mattie Abigail 9-227; born Dec. 3, 1887; Neil Oscar 9-227, born Feb. 3, 1891; Homer Leonard 9-227, born July 6, 1892; Lewis L. 9-227, born Dec. 9, 1896.

228. U. S. GRANT PETTIJOHN 8-180, born in Wayne county, Ill., March 21, 1866, married Dec. 7, 1892, to Ruth A. Tracey, who was born May 17, 1870, and lived at Venice, Cal. Their children: Edwin Louis 9-228, born May 14, 1894, married Dec. 25, 1937, to Mae Rice; Mina Irene 9-228, a teacher at Alhambra, Cal., born Nov. 12, 1895; Harold Eugene 9-228-229; Earl 9-228-230.

229. HAROLD EUGENE PETTIJOHN 9-228, born Feb. 8, 1902, married Oct. 14, 1922, to Alaine Johnston. Their son, Hal 10-229, born July 24, was a "Top Sgt." in World War II. In 1946 the family lived at [address omitted], Seattle, Wash.

230. EARL PETTIJOHN 9-228, born April 8, 1909, married June 17, 1933, to Nadine Lois Greeg, and in 1946, lived at Seattle, Wash. Their children: Louise Ruth 10-230, born Oct. 30, 1936; Toni Ann 10-230, born April 29, 1940; Richard Greeg 10-230, born Jan. 5, 1942. After divorce in 1943, Earl married Dec. 29, 1944, to Alice Boucher, a widow with a duaghter, Marie, 11 years old.

231. BELLE MAXINE WEYMOUTH 9-193, born March 26, 1914, married July 8, 1930, to E. S. Allen. Their children: bonita Mae 10-231, born April 16, 1931; Cecil Nadine 10-231, born July 20, 1936.

232. MIRIAM MAE WEYMOUTH 9-193, born May 20, 1920, married Jan. 7, 1941, to Vaughn E. Smith.

233. BOYD WEYMOUTH, Jr., 9-193, born Jan. 9, 1923, married Jan. 7, 1941, to Mildred True and in 1946 lived at Osgood, Mo.

234. HELEN LOUISE WEYMOUTH 9-193, born Oct. 23, 1928.

235. ELIZABETH PETTYJOHN 6-49, born about 1803, married to John Perical. Their children: James Perical 7-235; George Perical 7-235; Jesse Perical 7-235. While serving the Union cause during the Civil War, John and his son George were both captured and both died in Andersonville Prison.

236. HIRAM PETTYJOHN 6-49, born about 1805, died in 1884, married to Mary Lucas in Ohio where both were born. They removed to Shelby county, Ill., and thence to Silver Lake, Minn. In 1860 Hiram left his farm about four miles from Glencoe, Minn., and took his family, including his daughter Mary Jane Magee (439) and her two children, William David Magee (439) and Phebe Jane Magee (251), and his daughter Susan who had married Warren Weed, and her two children, Isaac Weed, and Sarah Ann Weed, back to Illinois to escape the Sioux Indian outbreak. He left his son, Isaac, behind to fight the Indians. When Hiram left Minnesota he had a large farm, a fine house nicely furnished and many beautiful horses. When he returned after the Indian War he found that everything had been stolen or scattered. Hiram's wife, Mary, went about the countryside looking for her belongings. She found a few dishes in the home of one family, a walnut cupboard in another, and a tall grandfather's clock in still another. But many of her prized possessions and family keepsakes were never recovered.

237. JACOB PETTYJOHN 6-49, born about 1808, married about 1830 to Sarah Jane Ferguson and lived at Mowerystown, Ohio. Their children: Mary A. 7-237-238; Cyrus 7-237-239; Peter 7-237-415.

238. MARY A. PETTYJOHN 7-237, born about 1830, married Oct. 12, 1851, to Joseph Davidson in Highland county, Ohio, and lived near Gamma, Montgomery county, Mo. Their children: Nancy A. Davidson 8-238, born March 18, 1854; John Cyrus Davidson 8-238, born Oct. 20, 1856; Ella M. Davidson 8-238, born Jan. 31, 1860; Katie S. Davidson 7-238, born Jan. 5, 1863.

239. CYRUS PETTYJOHN 7-237, born about 1842. During the Civil War he enlisted in the 50th Ohio Volunteers, was made a prisoner of war and spent some time in Andersonville Prison. On his way home on the Mississippi river the vessel caught fire. In an attempt to save a woman passenger and her small child he received injuries from which he died in 1865.

240. DANIEL J. PETTYJOHN 6-49, born about 1810, married about 1832 to Clarissa Stark, born 1817, and lived at or near Silver Lake and St. Peter, Minn. Their children: Robert Rutherford 7-240, born 1835 and died of sickness he contracted in the Civil War; Christopher C. 7-240, born perhaps about 1837 and died before reaching maturity; Harriet B. S. 7-240, born about 1838, and married Mr. Hatcher and lived near Princeton, Mille Lacs county, Minn.; Rhoana 7-240, born about 1840, and married Mr. Torbet and lived near McCook, Neb.; Alice 7-240, born about 1844; Benjamin F. 7-240, born about 1850, married and had several children among whom was a son, Richard B., born about 1875.

241. EASTER ESTHER PETTYJOHN 6-49, was a cousin to Zachariah Pettijohn (179) and a twin sister of DANIEL J. Pettyjohn (240), born about 1810, married Peyton Williams in Ohio, who died in Edgar county, Ill., in 1853. Their children: J. Marion Williams 7-241, born about 1833 and who lived at Hutchinson, Minn.; Abraham P. Williams 7-241, born about 1835, and who moved to Spkane, Wash., where in 1898 he was elected assessor of Spokane county, got married and had three daughters, Theresa, who married Mr. Scurlock, Grace, who married Mr. Marr and Eva, who married Mr. Tinling; Sylvania Williams 7-241, born about 1838; Mary Williams 7-241, born about 1839; John Williams 7-241, born about 1843, and married Miss McConnell, a sister of Robert Pettijohn's 7-179 wife; Jane Williams 7-241, born about 1845, married to a man named Wisbey; Eusebius Williams 7-241-442.

242. JOHN PETTYJOHN 6-49, born about 1813, married Mrs Lydia Holtsclaw. Their children: Angeline 7-242; Hannah 7-242, married Mr. Parsons; Lydia had a son by a former marriage named J. W. Holtsclaw.

243. JAMES PETTYJOHN 6-49, born about 1816, was never married and died in Tennessee.

244. RUTH PETTYJOHN 6-49, born about 1818 and died at an early age.

245. JESSE PETTYJOHN 6-49, born about 1820, was never married. About 1835-1836, while living in Illinois, he with his brother, Daniel J. 6-49-240, and other members of the family were camped under a tree which fell on him and he died soon afterwards.

245a. ISADORE EMELINE PETTIJOHN 8-180, born Nov. 20, 1854, in Brown county, Ohio, and died Sept. 15, 1913, at Oklahoma City, Okla., married Dec. 21, 1872, to Henry Ashlock They had one child, a daughter, Abbie Laurie Ashlock 9-245a-245d; Isadore and Henry were divorced in 1874 and on July 1, 1880, Isadore married George M. Wilson at Sardinia, Ohio. George died July 26, 1911, at Oklahoma City, Okla. George and Isadore had one child, a daughter, Mary Margaret Wilson, 9-245a-245c.

245b. BELLE FILO PETTIJOHN 8-180, born in Brown county, Ohio, Dec. 19, 1857; died in Clay county, Ill., Aug. 22, 1900; married Feb. 19, 1876, to Erastus Trotter, born Dec. 5, 1854. Their children: Infant 9-245b, born Sept. 27, 1876, died Sept. 29, 1876; Bessie Agnes Trotter 9-245b, born Dec. 27, 1877; Bertha Franklin Trotter 9-245b, born Feb. 20, 1880; Nellie Esther Trotter 9-245b, born March 10, 1882; Shirly Erastus Trotter 9-245b, born Jan. 2, 1892.

245c. MARY MARGARET WILSON 9-245a, born Feb. 28, 1881; married June 17, 1900, to Charles McKay, born May 2, 1902. After Charles died Mary, married Dr. A. R. Spriggs, a physician of Flora, Ill., and by him had Alfredo Dora Spriggs 10-245c, born Feb. 1, 1908, died April 16, 1910; Thelma Marie Spriggs 10-245c, born Jan. 15, 1912.

245d. ABBIE LAURIE ASHLOCK 9-245a, born July 28, 1874, married July 28, 1891, to George N. Snape, born April 19, 1874, and divorced in 1896. On Oct. 12, 1897, Abbie married Wm. P. Montgomery at Flora, Ill., and by him had a son, Edwin L. Montgomery 10-245d. By her first husband, George N. Snape, Abbie had a daughter, Mabel Irene Snape 10-245d, born April 19, 1892.

246. IDA MAY ALLPHIN 8-182, born Aug. 13, 1857, died Aug. 3, 1911; married Nov. 22, 1876, to Ulysses A. Wilson who was born July 5, 1854, and died April 16, 1923. Their children: Herman N. Wilson 9-246-247; Hannah Mae (Cornie) Wilson 9-246-250; Quin Wilson 9-246-253; Hattie Wilson 9-246-254.

247. HERMAN N. WILSON 9-246, born Nov. 23, 1877; married Aug. 5, 1906, to Martha E. Washburn and, with her father, engaged in the wholesale seed business at Moscow, Idaho, under the name of Washburn-Wilson Seed Co. Their children: Catherine Jean Wilson 10-247-248; Herman, Jr. 10-247-249; Martha E. Washburn was born Jan. 21, 1853.

248. CATHERINE JEAN WILSON 10-247, born Feb. 12, 1912, married Sept. 2, 1936, to Robert T. Felton. Their son, Robert H. Felton 11-248, was born Aug. 21, 1937.

249. HERMAN WILSON, Jr., 10-247, born Dec. 4, 1914; married June 5, 1937, to Mary Cox, born Oct. 12, 1914. Their children: James Wilson 11-249, born June 20, 1941; Fred Wilson 11-249, born July 2, 1943.

250. HANNAH MAE WILSON 9-246, born Sept. 21, 1884; died Sept. 22, 1935; married Sept. 7, 1908, to A. A. Puhl. Their children: Jack Richard Puhl 10-250, born April 26, 1909, died Jan. 17, 1942; married Nov. 20, 1940, to ____; Quinn W. Puhl 11-250-251; Harriet Puhl 10-250-252.

251. QUINN W. PUHL 10-250, born May 28, 1915; married Oct. 29, 1938, to Helen McTarnahan. Their daughter, Kathie Puhl 11-251, was born Jan. 1, 1943.

252. HARRIET PUHL 10-250, born Dec. 6, 1920; married July 30, 1938, to Gerald C. Honsowetz. Their children: Gerald Honsowetz, Jr., 11-252, born Oct. 19, 1940; Jack Russell Honsowetz 11-252, born April 17, 1944.

253. QUINN WILSON 9-246, born May 6, 1887; married in 1913 to Florence Germain. Their children: Charlotte Wilson 10-253; Jerome Wilson 10-253; Rosemary Wilson 10-253; David Wilson 10-253; Gloria Wilson 10-253.

254. HATTIE WILSON 9-246, born March 13, 1889; married Aug. 8, 1905, to Roger Williams, born June 13, 1883. Their children: Frances Williams 10-254-255; Esther L. Williams 10-254-256; Martha Lucille Williams 10-254-257.

255. FRANCES WILLIAMS 10-254, born Feb. 5, 1907; married Nov. 2, 1928, to Russell Boyd. Their children: Russell F. Boyd 11-255, born June 15, 1929; Robert R. Boyd 11-255, born March 17, 1934.

256. ESTHER L. WILLIAMS 10-254, born April 27, 1908; married Aug. 16, 1933, to Hatold Manerud. Their children: Marylin J. Manerud 11-256, born Dec. 24, 1934; Barbara Frances Manerud 11-256, born April 3, 1936.

257. MARTHA LUCILLE WILLIAMS 10-254, born Feb. 24, 1918, married Oct. 22, 1944, to Wm. A. Rich.

258. WILLIAM OSCAR ALLPHIN 8-182, born in 1849; died Oct. 25, 1894; married Feb. 5, 1874, to Mary Ellen Leonard and lived at Adrian, Ill., and Leoti, Kans. Their children: Luella Allphin 9-258-609; Mary Adelaide Allphin 9-258-610; Nellie Oscar Allphin 9-258-611; Edith Josephine Allphin 9-258-612.

259. ERMINA JANE ALLPHIN 8-182, born Oct. 7, 1851, at the present site of Minneapolis; died June 7, 1934; married June 26, 1873, to Thomas Henderson Read at Huntsville, Ill. Their children: Elbert Amasa Read 9-259-262; Dell Read 9-259-266; Luella Jane Read 9-259-267; Thomas Henry Read 9-259-268.

260. CHARLES ALLPHIN 8-182, born June 27, 1854; died Oct. 7, 1907; married Dec. 25, 1876, to Lydia Clark. Their children: Clyde Allphin 9-260, died Dec. 24, 1943, at Great Bend, Kans.; Harry Clark Allphin 9-260, born about 1884, was married and lived at Lawerence Kans.; Charles Wayne Allphin 9-260; Helen Allphin 9-260, married Gaylord Weillepp and lived at Ottawa, Kans.

261. ETTA S. ALLPHIN 8-182, born Oct. 15, 1862, at Huntsville, Ill.; died at Leoti, Kans., July 1, 1889; married May 23, 1882, to Richard W. Carey. Their children: George Allphin Carey 9-261-579; Jessie Etta Carey 9-261-583; John Charles Carey 9-261, born July 6, 1887, at Leoti, Kans.; Richard Read Carey 9-261-588.

262. ALBERT AMASA READ 9-259, born July 17, 1874, at Clarinda, Ia.; married Sept. 1900, to Josabel Lowden. Their children: Eleanor Lowden Read 10-262-263; Marlan Ermina Read 10-262-264; Winifred Read 10-262-265.

263. ELEANOR LOWDEN READ 10-262, born July 20, 1901; married Leon K. Richards and lived at Waco, Texas.

264. MARIAN ERMINA READ 10-262, born May 6, 1903; married Harold Ambler and lived at Lake Forest, Ill.

265. WINIFRED READ 10-262, born Jan. 27, 1907; married Donald L. Wilson and lived at Darien, Conn.

266. DELL READ 9-259, [address omitted], Ann Arbor, Mich, born March 19, 1876, at Shenandoah, Iowa, married Aug. 1905, to Edson Read Sunderland. Their children: Thomas Elbert Sunderland 10-266, born April 28, 1907, is General Counsel for Pan-American Oil Co., of New York, and served in World War II as Lt. Col., U.S. Army; Elizabeth Read Sunderland, Ph. D. 10-266, born June 12, 1910, and is Prof. of Art at Duke Univ.; Alice Luella Sunderland 10-266, Ph. D., born June 12, 1910.

267. LUELLA JANE READ 9-259, Ph. D., Prof. of Art, Grinnell College, Iowa, born May 8, 1878, died Nov. 29, 1932.

268. THOMAS HENRY READ 9-259, lawyer, Shenandoah, Ia., born May 10, 1884, married July 20, 1910, to Themis Nordstrom. Their children: Virginia Nordstrom 10-268-269; Robert Amasa 10-268-270.

269. VIRGINIA NORDSTROM READ 10-268, Shenandoah, Ia., born June 27, 1911; married Aug 1934, to Glen Rydberg and they have a daughter, Kathryn Read Rydberg, 11-269, born July 12, 1939.

270. ROBERT AMASA READ 10-268, born Feb. 12, 1916; married Jan. 1, 1942, to Maribel Redfield, and served as Capt in U.S. Cavalry in World War II. They have a daughter, Robin, 11-270, born March 7, 1943.

270a. DEBORAH PETTYJOHN 6-48, born 1797-98, died April 19, 1850; married in Brown county, Ohio, in 1819, to John Hirons who died Aug. 1, 1863, and both are buried in the old cemetery near Waltonville, Ill., north of Knob Prairie on John Hirons old place Their children: James Hirons 7-270a, born about 1820; Benjamin Hirons 7-270a, born Dec. 18, 1822, died Sept. 3, 1892; Naomi Hirons 7-270a, born 1827, died April 11, 1842; Sarah M. Hirons 7-270a, born 1830, died Jan. 1, 1846; Melissa Hirons 7-270a, born 1831-32; Nancy Ann Hirons 7-270a, born 1836, died July 8, 1842.

270b. SARAH PETTYJOHN 6-48, born April 7, 1799; married in 1813, at the age of 14 years to Moses Calvin in Brown county, Ohio, and had a daughter Ann Calvin 7-270b, born 1821, who Nov. 4, 1836, married Dr. Amos Pettijohn 7-10-106, son of Thomas 5-47-50 and Ruth Pettyjohn 6-7-10 Following the death of Moses Calvin, Sarah married Hugh Gunion, a widower with two children, James Gunion, born March 21, 1819, and John Gunion, born Oct. 25, 1821 Children of Sarah and Hugh Gunion: Lewis P. Gunion 7-270b, a physician and surgeon, born April 27, 1828, and married Emily Pickett at Deming, Ind.; Zachariah Gunion 7-270b, born Feb. 22, 1830, P.O. clerk at Washington, D.C., married Mrs Rebecca Bowman and had Phillip, Nina, Paul and Ada (twins); Zimri Gunion, physician, 7-270b, born Feb 10, 1835; Sarepta Gunion 7-270b, born May 12, 1832, married first Samuel Parker and had a son Lucius Mattack Parker and secondly to Christopher West, born March 1822, died Aug. 1864, and by him had Corinthia West, born Jan. 1858; Walter West born June 15, 1860 and Roena Julia West, born March 1, 1864.

271. DELIA RICHMOND 10-117, born Oct. 17, 1883; married Jan. 10, 1908, to Edward Knott. Their children: Harold Richmond Knott 11-271, born July 22, 1909, married June 10, 1938, to Agnes Smick; Robert Edward Knott 11-271, born Feb. 10, 1911, married July 11, 1938, to Anne McCloud; Arnold Franklin Knott 11-271, born Sept. 19, 1915, married June 21, 1944, to Frances Robinson; Gordon Frederick Knott 11-271, born Dec. 24, 1919; George Edward Knott 11-271, born May 9, 1921; James Richard Knott 11-271, born May 7, 1922, married Nov. 18, 1943, to Gloria Martha Hawks.

272. CHARLES RICHMOND 10-117, born May 28, 1881, married Nov. 26, 1907, to Louise Knott. Their children: James Franklin 11-272, born Dec. 30, 1908, married Feb. 1932, to Helen Grace Sterling; Charles Edward 11-272, born Nov. 15, 1910; George Victor 11-272, born March 20, 1912, married to Marie Black. Donald Lewis 11-272, born May 14, 1915.

273. NONA RICHMOND 10-117, born June 28, 1887; married Oct. 26, 1910, to Virgil Anderson.

274. ELSIE RICHMOND 10-117, born May 13, 1890, married Jan. 3, 1912, Frank Jennings. Their children: William Frank Jennings, 11-274, born March 11, 1915; Jack Leroy Jennings 11-274, born April 2, 1918, married June 4, 1942, to Mary Lou Johnson. The Jennings family lived at Centralia, Wash.

275. CLYDE RICHMOND 10-117, born Aug. 17, 1893; married Nov. 17, 1915, to Esther L Jackson. Their children: Hulda Olive 11-275, born Oct. 10, 1916, married June 17, 1944, to John W. May; Norman Glenn 11-275, born July 4, 1918, married Feb. 10, 1942, to Marjorie E. Cooper. The Clyde Richmond family lived at Walla Walla, Wash.

276. ADA PETTYJOHN 10-113, born Feb. 7, 1885; married Feb. 7, 1910, to Frank Davis and lived at Prescott, Wash. Their children: Hazel Kate Davis 11-276, born Dec. 14, 1910, married in 1942, to Evan Sullivan and lived at Creston, Wash., Hazel being a school teacher; John Raymond Davis 11-276, born May 12, 1912, married in 1935 to Rutha Horton; W. Thomas Davis 11-276, born Dec. 22, 1915, married in 1941 to Dorothy Schaffer; Ellen Mary Davis 11-276, born Dec. 22, 1915, married in 1937 to George Henrikson; Olive Jean Davis 11-276, born Dec. 6, 1922, married in 1940 to Virgil Farmer.

277. NICK PETTYJOHN 10-113, born Feb. 15, 1887; married to Marie Boyd and lived at Prescott, Wash. Their children: Ellen Janet 11-277, born Sept. 18, 1915, married to Ralph Goe; Mattie V. 11-277, born Feb. 12, 1917.

278. OLLIE PETTYJOHN 10-113, born Feb. 10, 1889; married Jan. 13, 1912, to R. Lee Temple and lived at Prescott, Wash. Their daughter, Lois June Temple 11-278, was born June 6, 1919, and married in 1940 to Norman Volseth.

279. HARRY PETTYJOHN 10-113, born July 20, 1893; married in Dec. 1922, to Ada Robinson and lived at Prescott, Wash. Their children: Doris E. 11-279, born June 6, 1923, and married in 1945 to James Saunders; T. Elbert 11-279, born Nov. 26, 1924.

280. ABRAHAM PETTIJOHN 9-112, born Feb. 4, 1864, died June 4, 1939, married Feb. 14, 1892, to Clara Isabelle Sherman, and lived at Prescott, Wash. Their children: Vivian 10-280-283; Jessie 10-280-284; Carrie 10-280-285; Grace 10-280-286; Howard 10-280-287; Calvin 10-280.

281. PHEBE JANE MAGEE 8-439, born June 3, 1862, near Norwood, Minn., married Nov. 12, 1886, to Melvin Baxter McCrary and lived at Sacramento, Cal. Their children: Winnifred McCrary 9-281, who married Mr. Beecher, of Beverly Hills, Cal.; Bernice McCrary 9-281, who was a field worker for the blind of California, not married. The Magee family migrated from Minnesota to Spokane, Wash., in 1884.

282. SUSAN ELLEN MAGEE 8-439, born Aug. 20, 1868, died in 1885, married to Warren Weed Their children: Issac Weed 9-282; Sarah Ann Weed 9-282.

283. VIVIAN PETTYJOHN 10-280, born June 11, 1893, died Nov. 2, 1918.

284. JESSIE PETTYJOHN 10-280, born April 15, 1895, married Aug. 18, 1924, to C. A. Herzog. Their child, Clara J. Herzog, was born May 26, 1925, and died June 7, 1925. They lived at Ellensburg, Wash.

285. CARRIE PETTYJOHN 10-280, born Feb. 4, 1897, died Feb. 3, 1942, married Jan. 17, 1925, to Chas. B. Steward and lived at Prescott, Wash.

286. GRACE PETTIJOHN 10-280, born Oct. 27, 1903, married Nov. 11, 1921, to Ray D. Crothers and lived on [address omitted], Prescott, Wash. Their child:, Frances Alden Crothers 11-286, was born Aug. 15, 1922.

287. HOWARD PETTYJOHN 10-280, born June 27, 1911; married June 15, 1935, to Louise Fausti, and lived at Prescott, WAsh. Their children: David Wayne 11-287, born June 17, 1940; Richard Timothy 11-287, born June 1, 1943.

288. RUTH PETTYJOHN 10-114, born Feb. 15, 1893; married Aug. 31, 1912, to Frances M. Hatfield who died June 26, 1945. They lived at Dayton, Wash., and their children were: Helen R. Hatfield 11-288, born May 6, 1916, married March 17, 1933, to Jesse Martin; L. Carl Hatfield 11-288, born Oct. 5, 1921, married Nov. 8, 1945, to Lucille Plock; Martha G. Hatfield 11-288, born March 14, 1925, married Feb. 8, 1943, to Veryle Cox.

289. MARY PETTYJOHN 10-114, born Feb. 3, 1895; married June 13, 1925, to Dale Willis and lived at Aberdeen, Wash. Their children: Lester Willis 11-289, born March 9, 1926; Norman Willis 11-289, born April 11, 1928.

290. VIOLA PETTYJOHN 10-114, born June 16, 1897; married Oct. 10, 1923, to Lester V. Smith and lived at Kahlotus, Wash. Their children: Audrey Smith 11-290, born April 13, 1925; Peggy Smith 11-290, born May 30, 1926; Elizabeth Smith 11-290, born Oct. 3, 1928; Sylvia Smith 11-290, born April 6, 1932.

291. LAWRENCE PETTYJOHN 10-114, born Feb. 6, 1901, died July 22, 1923.

292. ANNA PETTIJOHN 8-36, born April 9, 1864, died in Nov. 1927, at Springfield, Mass.; married June 6, 1883, to Walter B. Nell and had a daughter, Jessie May Nell 9-292-323.

293. ALVIN BACON PETTIJOHN 9-36, born Dec. 27, 1866, died Sept. 27, 1888.

294. ORSON PETTIJOHN 8-36, born April 21, 1869, at Huntsville, Ill., died Sept. 21, 1938, at U.S. Marine Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio, and was buried a Rose Hill Burial Park, Oct. 23, 1938. He was a captain in the Spanish American War, commissioned June 4, 1898, at Rushville, Ill., discharged at Camp Fornance, S. C., April 12, 1899, having served in 3rd Brigade, 2nd Div., 2nd A. C., in civil life a lawyer, admitted to the bar of Illinois, in March, 1895.

295. CORNING JUDD PETTIJOHN 8-36, born March 18, 1872, died Nov. 28, 1937; married Nov. 27, 1898, at Huntsville, Ill., to Hila Louise Selby, born Oct. 14, 1880. Their children: Ruth Harriet 9-295-383; Helen Ocle 9-295-384. In 1946 Corning's widow lived with her daughter, Helen, at [address omitted], Kansas City, Mo.

296. GERTRUDE PETTIJOHN 8-36, born Aug. 30, 1875, a music teacher, did not marry, and in 1946 lived at Augusta, Ill., not far from the old home place at Huntsville where her father, Jerome (36) spent his boyhood with his youngest brother, Dyer (37).

297. CELIA PETTIJOHN 8-36, born July 29, 1878; died in Dec. 1932, a Akron, Ohio, never having been married.

298. RUFUS PETTIJOHN 8-36, born Jan. 6, 1881; died Huly 19, 1907.

299. STREETER PETTYJOHN 8-79, born Dec. 4, 1836; died March 11, 1925; married Sept. 15, 1858, to Emily Wellman, who died Sept. 19, 1917. During the Civil War Streeter served with Co. "H," 66th Ill. Infantry. Children: Alonzo 9-299-300; America Jane 9-299-379.

300. ALONZO PETTYJOHN 9-299, born Dec. 24, 1862, died Jan. 4, 1942; married Jenny Wellman who died May 13, 1912. They had a son, Clifford 10-300-301.

301. CLIFFORD PETTYJOHN 10-300, born Sept. 11, 1887; died March 16, 1923; married June 5, 1911, to Mabel Wellman. Their children: Thelma 11-301, born Feb. 10, 1913; Ted 11-301, born Jan. 19, 1914, died May 30, 1929; Rex 11-301, born Nov. 30, 1917; Jack 11-301, born Feb. 11, 1922.

302. MARY PETTYJOHN 9-112, born Dec. 2, 1872, married Oct. 30, 1895, and lived at Prescott, Wash., with her husband, Oscar Grant. Their children: Mark Grant 10-302, born June 5, 1897, died July 29, 1928; Samuel Grant 10-302-303; Elda Grant 10-302, born June 12, 1901.

303. SAMUEL GRANT 10-302, born Dec. 20, 1899, married Aug. 30, 1933, to Irene Kelly. Their children: Samuel A. Grant 11-303, born May 24, 1934; Jack Grant 11-303, and Joe Grant, twins, born May 16, 1939; Marianne Grant 11-303, born Aug. 26, 1935; William A. Grant 11-303, born Sept. 20, 1937.

304. SHERMAN PETTYJOHN 9-112, born Nov. 10, 1865, married Dec. 25, 1892, to Mabel Smith, and in 1947 lived at [address omitted], Walla Walla, Wash. Their children: Hester 10-304-320; Margaret 10-304, born June 12, 1899, who, when this was written, made her home with her father.

305. CLIVE NEWCOMB COOK 8-34, born May 5, 1855, at Huntsville, Ill., died Jan. 18, 1907, married Dec. 31, 1882, to Ellen C. Lyman, born Oct. 22, 1860. Their children: Harriet Newel Cook 9-305, born Oct. 26, 1883, W. St. Paul, Minn., married Joe Cox, and lived at Berthold, N.D.; Cecil Jay Cook 9-305, daughter, born May 18, 1885, at W. St. Paul, Minn., married May 11, 1921, to N. Leonard Larson who died Aug. 26, 1933, Cameron, Wis., being her place of residence; Ben Lyman Cook 9-305, born May 9. 1887, and lived at [address omitted], S. St. Paul, Minn.; Frances Ima Cook 9-305-306; Clara Walton Cook 9-305, born July 25, 1898, married Mr. Standt, and lived at Port Huron, Mich.; Rosemary Kaposia Cook 9-305-480.

306. FRANCES IMA COOK 9-305, born Oct. 15, 1892, at St. Paul, Minn., married July 20, 1915, to Lawerence Wesley Berry and lived at Lewistown, Mont. Their children: Marcella Drue Berry 10-306-307; Ellen Rose Berry 10-306, born July 30, 1921, married Aug. 9, 1944, to Paul H. Cresap; Doreen Ruth Berry 10-306, born March 15, 1925; Lucille Beryl Berry 10-306, born Jan. 3, 1930; Barbara Ann Berry 10-306, born April 28, 1933; Leonard Wesley Berry 10-306, born March 4, 1938.

307. MARCELLA DRUE BERRY 10-306, born Oct. 7, 1916, married Aug. 13, 1941, to Vern McWilliams. Their children: Larry Judson McWilliams 11-307; Colleen Rae McWilliams 11-307.

308. O. GLENN PETTIJOHN 9-148, born Jan. 5, 1904; died Nov. 4, 1943; married June 14, 1939, to Margaret Esther Smith. They have a daughter, Barbara Ann 10-308, born Sept. 17, 1943.

309. ORA Mc. PETTIJOHN 8-146, born Dec. 26, 1877; married Jan. 5, 1913, to Stella Osler. They had one child, a son, Kenneth 9-146-314.

310. ORPHEUS E. PETTIJOHN 8-146, born Dec. 19, 1879; married June 15, 1905, to Mary Galbreath. At the time of this writing he lived at Larned, Kans., where he served as clerk of Pawnee County. Their children: Sarah Marsena 9-310, born June 9, 1906; Walter Johnston 9-310-315.

311. MINNIE MAY PETTIJOHN 8-146, born July 4, 1882; died April 25, 1902, not having been married.

312. WALTER J. PETTIJOHN 8-146, born June 11. 1884. died July 15, 1884.

313. MARY O. PETTIJOHN 8-146, born Aug. 16, 1885, died March 11, 1907, not having married.

314. KENNTH PETTIJOHN 9-309, born May 13, 1914; married April 7, 1940, to Ruth York.

315. WALTER JOHNSTON PETTIJOHN 9-310, in 1947 was a physician at Russell, Kans., was born March 2, 1912; married June 17, 1937, to Helen Cribbett. Their children: Mary Eloise 10-315, born Dec. 28, 1938; James Allen 10-315, born Sept. 27, 1941.

316. MARGARET EVALYN BAILEY 9-189, born July 22, 1913; married June 24, 1937, to A. S. Moorehead. At this writing they have one child, Dorothy Louise Moorehead, 10-316, born Aug. 19, 1941.

317. GEORGE WEYMOUTH BAILEY 9-189, born June 23, 1915; married July 13, 1940, to Anne Leigh Trotter. At this writing they have Keith Edward Bailey 10-317, born April 5, 1942.

318. LAURA LOUISE BAILEY 9-189, born Jan. 14, 1919, married Sept. 12, 1939, to Earl D. Thrush. At this writing they have one child, Don Earl Thrush 10-318, born Sept. 8, 1942.

319. HELEN LUCILLE WAGERS 9-196, born May 11, 1922; married Feb. 20, 1942, to Raymond L. Rodger at Washington, D.C., and at this writing they have a son, Raymond L. Rodger II, born May 30, 1944.

320. HESTER PETTYJOHN 10-304, born Dec. 3, 1893, married April 25, 1917, to Howard Holaday. They had one child, a son, Howard W. Holladay 11-320, born April 9, 1918.

321. ROBERT MORRIS 9-35, born Aug. 13, 1894, married Clara Darrah July 1, 1944, and lived at Boston, Mass. Their child: Robert Morris, Jr., 10-321, Nov. 19, 1945.

322. RUTH MORRIS 9-35, born March 11, 1903, married Sept. 26, 1933, to Ralph Morrison.

323. JESSIE MAY NELL 9-292, born June 10, 1884; married Jan. 6, 1903, to Edwin Krause, born April 30, 1877, died Aug. 21, 1931. Their children: Katherina Krause 10-323-324; Edwin Orson Krause 10-323-325; Philip H. Krause 10-323-326; Virginia Nell Krause 10-323-327.

324. KATHERINA KRAUSE 10-323, born Nov. 11, 1903; married Nov 19, 1925, to Paul E. Radasch, Sr., born June 20, 1904, and lived at Springfield, Mass. Their son, Paul Edwin Radasch, Jr., 11-324, was born July 2, 1926.

325. EDWIN ORSON KRAUSE, Jr., 10-323, born May 19, 1906; married June 13, 1931, to Madeline Ballard, born Feb. 26, 1907, and lived at Springfield, Mass.

326. PHILIP H. KRAUSE 10-323, born Oct. 26, 1908; married Oct. 28, 1933, to Arabel Browning, born Sept. 14, 1909. Their children: Philip Browning Krause 11-326, born Dec. 26, 1934; ohn Edwin Krause 11-326, born April 20, 1940; Joanna Krause 11-326, born June 13, 1942.

327. VIRGINIA NELL KRAUSE 10-323, born May 17, 1911; married Nov. 18, 1939, to Andrew Linton, Jr. Their children: Robert Edwin Linton 11-327, born June 18, 1941; Margaret Ann Linton 11-327, born Feb. 19, 1945.

328. BIRNEY PETTIJOHN 7-127, physician and surgeon, born near Deming, Ind., Nov. 9, 1846; died May 18, 1905; married Etta Lee and had a daughter, Cora.

329. ORLANDO BURGESS PETTIJOHN 7-127, physician and surgeon, born near Deming, Ind., Aug. 22, 1849; died July, 1942, at Noblesville, Ind.; married July 3, 1874, to Mary Jane Fraze. Graduated from the Indiana Medical College at Indianapolis with the class of 1874 and held a membership and fellowship in the American Medical Association which was composed of commissioned medical officers of the federal government while on active service. Children: Claude B. 8-329, born Aug. 26, 1875, died March 4, 1910; Pearl Juliett 8-329, born Aug. 22, 1878, died Nov. 2, 1883; Herbert A., 8-329-335; Lewis DeHart 8-329, born June 15, 1887; Orlando Blanchard 8-329, born June 14, 1889, died March 29, 1892.

330. SUSAN LAURA PETTIJOHN 7-127, born July 29, 1851, near Deming, Ind.; died Aug. 9, 1929; married July 13, 1876, to Dr. Thomas J. McMurtry. Their children: Everett E. McMurtry 8-330, born July 27, 1877, died Dec. 10, 1943, married April 6, 1902, to Pearl Collier and they adopted a daughter, Dorothy Strain McMurtry; Mabel Juliett McMurtry 8-330, born Nov. 10, 1878, died Oct. 28, 1894.

331. CASSIUS MAYO PETTIJOHN 7-127, born Feb. 13, 1856, at Deming, Ind.; died Jan. 20, 1920; married Aug. 27, 1878, to Mary Frances Beaver. Their children: Bertie Roy 8-331-338; Clyde Cassius 8-331-339; Carrie Juliett 8-331-340; Halcie Hannah 8-321, born July 5, 1890, died Dec. 14, 1891; Myrtle Louise 8-331, born April 21, 1900, at Hortonville, Ind. adn lived at Topeka, Kans.

332. HORACE DEHART PETTIJOHN 7-127, born July 18, 1858, at Deming, Ind.; died May 14, 1922; married to Mary Fall, who died Jan. 18, 1946, and was buried beside her husband in the family plot at Sheridan, Ind. They adopted a daughter, Elizabeth. Horace was county treasurer of Hamilton county, Ind.

333. WILLIAM LINCOLN PETTIJOHN 7-127, born Oct. 12, 1864, near Deming, Ind; died Oct. 13, 1934; married first to Hattie Josephine Weller, Oct. 14, 1891 and they had Carl 8-333-374, and Ada 8-333-375. William's second marriage was to Cora Laura Hoffman Matthews on July 3, 1900 and they had: Willis Lewis 8-333-377; Norma 8-333-376; Donald 8-333-378.

334. JOHN THEODORE PETTIJOHN 7-127, born April 27, 1867, near Deming, Ind., died Nov. 4, 1942; married Sept. 19, 1891, to Verna McMurtry. Their children: Lowell 8-334-341; Nellie 8-334-342; Harry 8-334-343; Morris 8-334-344; Russell 8-334-345; Kenneth 8-334-346.

335. HERBERT A. PETTIJOHN 8-329, born Nov. 12, 1883; graduate of Wabash College at Crawfordsville, Ind.; married Nov. 17, 1910, to Edna Bishop. Their son, Robert 9-335, graduated from Ball State Teachers' College at Muncie, Ind.

336. BLANCHARD BEECHER PETTIJOHN 8-128, born Dec. 26, 1877; married to Zelda Klinger; graduated from Indiana Medical College in 1901 and practiced medicine at [address omitted], Indianapolis, Ind.

337. GERTRUDE PETTIJOHN 8-128, born April 1, 1893; married July 20, 1920, to Paul V. Frary at New York City. He died Nov. 26, 1941. Their children: Frances Marion Frary 9-337-352; Blanch Beatrice 9-337-353; Paul 9-337; Gertrude Ann 9-337-354.

338. BERTIE ROY PETTIJOHN 8-331, born Aug. 3, 1879; married first to Cora Burton on April 29, 1905, who died Aug. 22, 1905, and secondly on Sept. 14, 1915, to Anna Basgall, and had a daughter, Mary Margaret 9-338-363, and an adopted daughter, Joanne, born June 24, 1926. Lived at [address omitted], Topeka.

339. CLYDE CASSIUS PETTIJOHN 8-331, born Aug. 16, 1882; married Oct. 25, 1902, to Anna Mildred Moore. Their daughter, Pauline 9-339, was born May 4, 1907.

340. CARRIE JULIETT PETTIJOHN 8-331, born Sept. 8, 1885; died Dec. 12, 1926; married Nov. 24, 1909, to Jonas Burton. Their children: Eva Frances Burton 9-340-360; Elsie Burton 9-340-361; Paul Burton 9-340-362; Fern Burton 9-340, born Oct. 19, 1920; Clifford Burton 9-340, born June 6, 1916, died Oct. 20, 1917.

341. LOWELL PETTIJOHN 8-334, born Oct. 4, 1892; married Nov. 21, 1914, to Ava Owen and had a son, Owen 9-341-359.

342. NELLIE PETTIJOHN 8-334, born July 6, 1895, never married.

343. HARRY PETTIJOHN 8-334, born May 8, 1899, died Aug. 6, 1900.

344. MORRIS PETTIJOHN 8-334, born May 29, 1902; married June 3, 1925, to Ione Lanaham. Their daughter, Verna Louis, was born Sept. 19, 1927.

345. RUSSELL PETTIJOHN 8-334, born Aug. 30, 1905, married Mary Moore, May 25, 1941, and lived at [address omitted], Sheridan, Ind.

346. KENNETH PETTIJOHN 8-334, born March 8, 1909; married Aug. 7, 1937, to Frances Birdseye. They have a daughter Susan 9-346, born Nov. 4, 1942.

347. GUY PHINEAS PETTIJOHN 7-127, born Sept. 10, 1870, died Jan. 6, 1904; married Jan. 3, 1895, to Mary Ellen Jones, [address omitted], Noblesville, Ind. Their children: Lucille 8-347-355; Orville 8-347-356; Ralph 8-347-357; Martha 8-347-358.

348. ELIZABETH CLARA PETTIJOHN 10-220, nicknamed "Betty," Brookfield, Mo., born Oct. 6, 1914; married June 16, 1936, to Leslie V. Henley. Their children: Robert Earl Henley 11-348 born Jan. 19, 1938; Patricia Marie Henley 11-348, born April 4, 1939; Comfort Henley 11-348, born Oct. 12, 1942.

349. CAROL MARIE PETTIJOHN 10-220, [address omitted], Kansas City, Mo., born Nov. 14, 1918; married July 2, 1941, to Louis John Comaschi. Their children: Louis John Comaschi 11-349. The father, Louis John Comaschi is a research chemist, and the son was born Dec. 3, 1942.

350. LUCILLE CARMEN PETTIJOHN 10-220, Marine Women's Reserve at Parris Island, S.C., born Sept. 28, 1920; married March 15, 1944, to Henry Crawford Shepard who was killed at Kunming, China, Sept. 18, 1944.

351. PATRICIA PETTIJOHN 10-220, a cadet nurse at Research Hospital, Kansas City, Mo., born April 9, 1925.

352. FRANCES MARION FRARY 9-337, born June 1, 1921, at Cleveland, Ohio.

353. BLANCHE BEATRICE FRARY 9-337, born July 12, 1923, in New York City; married June 9, 1945, to Harry Hamilton Barnes.

354. GERTRUDE ANN FRARY 9-337, born April 2, 1929, in New York City.

355. LUCILLE PETTIJOHN 8-347, born Nov. 5, 1895; died Feb. 17, 1918; married April 8, 1915, to C. J. Francis. No Children reported.

356. ORVILLE PETTIJOHN 8-347, born July 12, 1897; married Oct. 1, 1921, to Marie Heider. Their children: Robert H. 9-356, born Sept. 6, 1922; Augusta Jane 9-356, born May 10, 1925.

357. RALPH PETTIJOHN 8-347, born Feb. 3, 1901, died Feb. 7, 1936; married July 3, 1925, to Margaret Clark. Their children: Donald 9-357, born Aug. 27, 1926; Ralph Eugene 9-357, born Oct. 9, 1928; Kathryn Mae 9-357, born May 9, 1931.

358. MARTHA PETTIJOHN 8-347, born Oct. 23, 1902; married Dec. 31, 1923, to Charles Jackson. Their children: Suzanne Jackson 9-358, born Dec. 7, 1924; Marylin Jackson 9-358, born July 2, 1928.

359. OWEN PETTIJOHN 9-341, born Sept. 11, 1915; married Sept. 3, 1938, to Marie Dorman. Their children: David Owen 10-359, born Sept. 20, 1939; Julian Frederick 10-359, born July 11, 1944.

360. EVA FRANCES BURTON 9-340, [address omitted], Glendale, Calif., born May 7, 1911; married June 21, 1939, to Don W. Miller.

361. ELSIE BURTON 9-340, [address omitted], Indianapolis, Ind., born Jan. 14, 1919, married Dec. 3, 1938, to Wm. Baldwin and they have a daughter, Julia Frances Baldwin, 10-361, born Jan. 20, 1942.

362. PAUL BURTON 9-340, [address omitted], Indianapolis, Ind., born July 9, 1914, married Sept. 16, 1933, to Eileen Lewis and they had a son, James Erwin Burton, 10-362, born Nov. 8, 1934.

363. MARY MARGARET PETTIJOHN 9-338, born Aug. 17, 1918; married June 26, 1943, to Orval H Walker. Their children: Marjorie Jean Walker 10-363 and Mary Kathleen Walker, twin dughters, born Oct. 1, 1944.

364. THOMAS PETTYJOHN 8-79, born in Ohio, Jan. 16, 1829; died near Dayton, Wash., July 29, 1902; married in Ohio, Oct. 4, 1851, to Mary Jane McCalley, and with her migrated from Missouri, where they were then living in 1871, to Washington, where they took up a homestead on Pettyjohn Mountain, near Dayton. Mary wsa born Jan. 1, 1829 and died at Dayton. Their children: Docia 9-364-365; Amanda 9-364-366; Bud 9-364-367; Minerva 9-364-368.

365. DOCIA PETTYJOHN 9-364, born July 4, 1852, died Dec. 27, 1908, at Dayton, Wash.; married to Lorenso Spikeman. One child, a daughter, Mary Spikeman 10-365-369, is reported.

366. AMANDA PETTYJOHN 9-364, married Abel Shaw and lived at Dayton, Wash. Their children: Samuel Shaw 10-366; Thomas Shaw 10-366; Robert Shaw 10-366; Lelia Shaw 10-366.

367. BUD PETTYJOHN 9-364, born Aug. 1, 1856, died Nov. 20, 1935. His true name was Jonathan Wilbert Pettyjohn, but he was known only as "Bud." He came with his parents from Missouri in 1871 at the age of 15 years and lived at Dayton, Wash., the remainder of his life. He was married three times,the first being to Nancy Kirby and by her had two sons, Thomas 10-367-370, and Eugene 10-367-371. His second marriage was to Addy Rae and the had Cecil 10-367, who died at age 25, and twins who died in infancy. His third marriage was to Maud Bernard on March 27, 1914, who, in 1946, lived at Dayton, Wash.

368. MINERVA PETTYJOHN 9-364, born March 4, 1864, died Nov. 21, 1923, at Dayton, Wash.; married March 25, 1886, to Dan Hillhouse, born April 15, 1860, and died at Dayton Wash., Aug. 13, 1940. Their children: James Hillhouse 10-368-372; Mary Hillhouse 10-368-373.

369. MARY SPIKEMAN 10-365, lived at Dayton, Wash., married three times, first to Dan Dodge and by him had a son, Donald Dodge 11-369. Her second marriage was to Charles Badgley and by him she had a daughter Beulah 11-369. Her third marriage was to Roy Reams.

370. THOMAS PETTYJOHN 10-367, commonly known as "Tommy," born at Dayton, Wash., in 1874; married twice, first to Zeda Kinder who died March 27, 1904, and by her he had a son, Theodore (Teddy) 11-370. His second marriage was to Elma Eager and they farmed near Great Falls, Montana.

371. EUGENE PETTYJOHN 10-367, commonly called 'Gene,' died at San Dimas, Cal., Jan 27, 1928. He married Myrtle Harrin. Their children: Wayne 11-371, and Gladys Jean 11-371.

372. JAMES HILLHOUSE 10-368, born May 12, 1889; married Oct. 18, 1919, to Nina Slack and lived at Dayton, Wash. Their children: Dorothy Hillhouse 11-372, born July 9, 1920, died July 9, 1920; Myrtle Hillhouse 11-372, born Dec. 6, 1923, died Dec. 6, 1923; Leora Hillhouse 11-372, born Oct. 18, 1931.

373. MARY HILLHOUSE 10-368, born Aug. 28, 1893; married Dec. 30, 1920, to Le Roy Holderman, and lived at Dayton, Wash. Their children: Hubert Holderman 11-373, born Feb. 9, 1924; Esther Holderman 11-373, born Sept. 21, 1926; Emma Holderman 11-373, born April 5, 1928.

374. CARL PETTIJOHN 8-333, born Oct. 22, 1892; married April 14, 1914, to Anna May Donaho and lived at Mayetta, Kans. Their children: William Lincoln 9-374, born Nov. 27, 1916; Sarah Elizabeth 9-374, born Sept. 11, 1918. married Aug. 15, 1940, to Joyce E. Tolin; Mary Josephine 9-374, born May 27, 1920; Catherine Lou 9-374, born April 25, 1925; Thomas Carl 9-374, born Jan. 16, 1930; Jack Weller 9-374, born March 8, 1941.

375. ADA LAURA PETTIJOHN 8-333, born March 19, 1895, married Jan. 29, 1915, to John Ray Burns and lived at [address omitted], Pacific Palisades, Calif. Their children: Annabell Burns 9-375-401; Robert William Burns 9-375-402; Jack Raymond Burns 9-375-403. For her second husband Ada married May 27, 1943, to Wm. Meade Gossin.

376. NORMA ADELLE PETTIJOHN 8-333, born Feb. 7, 1902; married Oct. 2, 1920, to Jeseph M. Laird. Their children: Bettie Jean Laird 9-376, born Oct. 27, 1926; Donna Lou Laird 9-376, born July 16, 1929; Shirley Ann Laird 9-376, born Oct. 28, 1930; Norma Jo Laird 9-376, born Dec. 2, 1932; Edward Allen Laird 9-376, born Nov. 11, 1939. The family lived at [address omitted], Topeka, Kans.

377. WILLIS LEWIS PETTIJOHN 8-333, born Nov. 7, 1903; married Aug. 27, 1927, to Florence M. Martinson, and lived at [address omitted], Topeka, Kans. They had a son, Robert Dean 9-377, born Jan. 16, 1929.

378. DONALD IMANUEL PETTIJOHN 8-333, born July 7, 1909; married Nov. 29, 1933, to Mabel Block and lived at [address omitted], Topeka, Kans. Their son, Ronald Dale 9-378, was born Feb. 4, 1938.

379. AMERICA JANE PETTYJOHN 9-299, born Sept. 5, 1859; died April 16, 1932; married Oct. 5, 1884, to A. J. Bledsoe. They had one child, a daughter, Lena Mae Bledsoe 10-379-380.

380. LENA MAE BLEDSOE 10-379, born Aug. 1, 1885; married March 16, 1904, to Henry Cross. Their children: Donald Cross 11-380, born June 29, 1905, died Dec. 12, 1934; Lester Cross 11-380, born Feb. 23, 1907, died Nov. 23, 1907; Baby boy 11-380, born Feb 19, 1909, died March 8, 1909; Beulah Mae Cross 11-380-381; Dorothy Lucille Cross 11-380-382; Vivian Cross 11-380, born Aug. 7, 1917, died July 29, 1929. Henry Cross and wife, Lena Mae, were divorced in 1938.

381. BEULAH MAE CROSS 11-380, North Bend, Ore., born Aug. 17, 1910, married Aug. 18, 1927, to Charles McDuffy. Their daughter Maxine Mae McDuffy, was born Dec. 24, 1928, and resides at Bandon, Ore. Mr. McDuffy died May 29, 1930, and for her second husband Beulah, on March 19, 1931, took Ernest Franson and by him had Vivian Ann Franson, born Sept. 25, 1937, and Karl Franson, born Oct. 13, 1939.

382. DOROTHY LUCILLE CROSS 11-380, born Jan. 4, 1915; married July 9, 1934, to Dale Tewalt, and lived at Dayton, Wash.

383. RUTH HARRIET PETTIJOHN 9-295, born Aug. 18, 1899, died March 2, 1930; married June 10, 1921, to Ivan Dennis Reynolds

384. HELEN OCLE PETTIJOHN 9-295, [address omitted], Kansas City, Mo., born Jan. 26, 1900, married Jan. 19, 1935, to Frederick Marion Crook, born April 1, 1898 They have a daughter, Nancy Ruth Crook 10-384, born Nov. 11, 1941.

385. ANDREW JACKSON PETTIJOHN 7-8, born according to the census records, in Ohio in 1801, and died in Bastrop county, Texas, prior to Jan. 6, 1871, when his will was probated. He married Mary Howarth, born in Ohio about 1810, moved to Illinois before 1831, and his name appears in the census records of Will county, Illinois, for 1840 and 1850, and of Bastrop county, Texas, for 1860 and 1870, he and his family having migrated from Illinois to Texas in 1854-55. The identity of the father of this Andrew Jackson Pettijohn is not definitely known, notwithstanding an exhaustive search of all available records and sources of information by his great-grandson, Jack Edward Pettijohn 389. We do know that there was a migration of numerous families of Pettijohns from West Virginia to Ohio in the year 1800, or thereabouts, many of them settling around the present site of Sardinia, and generally in Brown and Highland counties, and this is the first appearance of any members of the Pettijohn family in Ohio so far as can be determined. The birth of this Andrew Jackson Pettijohn in Ohio in 1801, or within about one year after the first Pettijohn settlement is strong, if not conclusive proof that his father was among the first to arrive. AMong those immigrants was "Eagle Creek" Amos Pettijohn 6-7-8, he being listed among the early settlers in "Pioneer Families of Brown County," and particularly with reference to Washington Township. Amos was married Oct. 10, 1801, to Susannah Tucker and the dates are about right, allowing for human error, to make him and Susannah the parents of our Andrew Jackson Pettijohn. Whether that is true is little more than conjecture and is subject to correction if and when more definate data is discovered, but, in the meantime, for the purpose of this record only, and as a starting point, we shall assume it to be an established fact. Andrew and Mary are said to have had seven sons and three daughters, among whom are known the following, all born in Illinois: John 8, born 1831, enlisted in the Confederate Army at Galveston, Texas, Sept. 12, 1861, assigned to Co. H., 2nd Regt. Texas Inf., died June 19, 1862, at West Point, Miss., and was probably a bachelor; Emily 8, born in 1832 in Illinois; Rachel 8-385-563; Jacob C. 8-385-386; Andrew J. 8-385-387; Samuel Wesley 8-385-388. The names of the others may have been Joseph, Paul, a son who died at birth, and Sara. About 1870 Jacob, Andrew and Samuel Wesley left Illinois and settled in Texas.

386. JACOB C. PETTIJOHN 8-385, born 1842, in Illinois, died about 1895-1900; married Jo Ann, last name unknown; joined the Confederate Army at Galveston, Texas, Oct. 2, 1861, and was assigned to Co. H., 2nd Regt, Tex. Inf.; wounded at the battle of Shiloh; survived the Civil War and was at Greenville, Texas in business. No children reported.

387. ANDREW J. PETTIJOHN 8-385, born 1845, in Illinois, died about 1900, married Dec. 17, 1873, to Josephine C. Condron. After leaving Illinois, he settled near Elgin, Texas. Their children: Edward 9; Ida 9, Sara 9, all born perhaps between 1885 and 1895. Edward 9, married and had a son, Edwin 10, born about 1915, who was employed by the Gulf Oil Co. Ida married Shelps, first name unknown, and had a daughter who married Henry Maples.

388. SAMUEL WESLEY PETTIJOHN 8-385, born in Illinois in Oct. 1848, died in Comanche county, Texas, Dec. 1900, married twice, first to Cloe Glascock and by her had a son, Samuel Eugene 9, born in 1873. His second wife was Catherine Theresa Selsor, born in Texas in 1860, died in Comanche county, Texas, Nov. 6, 1936 and by her had these children: Derwent Littleton 9-388-394; Robert E. Lee 9-388-393; Thomas Jefferson 9-388-389; Benjamin Harrison 9-388-395; Jasper Applewhite 9-388-396; Roger William 9-388-397. Samuel Wesley served in the Confederate Army being a member of Co. H., Well's Regt. Tex. Cav. There were two other children, a son, Harry 9, born about 1884, and a daughter Ruth 9, born about 1890, both of whom died in infancy.

389. THOMAS JEFFERSON PETTIJOHN 9-388, born Aug. 15, 1887, married 1910, to Myrtle Stephens, of Comanche county, Texas. Divorced in 1914. Their children: John Wesley 10, born Dec. 15, 1911, at Alexandria, Texas, served in U.S. navy from Oct. 1942, to Dec. 1943; Thomas Wade 10-389-392. For his second wife Thomas Jefferson took Sellme Virgil Baker on April 19, 1919, she having been born March 28, 1899, at Spooner, Wis. Their children: Jack Edward 10-389-602; Marjorie Irene 10-389-390; Sellme Virgil 10-389-391; Derwent Jeaen 10, born Jan. 5, 1929, at San Diego, Cal.; Richard Samuel 10, born May 23, 1930, at San Diego, Cal. Thomas Jefferson Pettijohn served in the U.S. Navy from Sept. 1914, to April, 1933, and from Nov. 1939 to May, 1945.

390. MARJORIE IRENE PETTIJOHN 10-389, born March 12, 1922, at San Diego, Cal., married July, 1944, to Jack W. Duke. Their children: Thomas Lewis Duke 11, born at San Diego, Cal., June 12, 1945; Richard Dean Duke 11, born at San Diego, Cal., July 25, 1946.

391. SELLME VIRGIL PETTIJOHN 10-389, born May 11, 1926, at San Diego, Cal. Married Nov. 17, 1945, to Sidney Hugh Fuentes, born May 5, 1926, at Luna, N.M.

392. THOMAS WADE PETTIJOHN 10-389 born Oct. 12, 1913, at Dublin, Texas, died June 17, 1944, a San Diego, Cal. Served in U.S. navy from May, 1940, to January, 1942.

393. ROBERT E. LEE PETTIJOHN 9-388 born in Comanche county, Texas, April 23, 1882, died Nov. 4, 1937, a Stephenville and buried at Baggett Cemetery between Gustin and Proctor, Texas; married June 9, 1901, to Lizzie E. Saulters, born April 20, 1883, in Chatttanooga county, Georgia. Their children, all born in Comanche county, Texas, were as follows: (1) Annie Lee 10, born April 3, 1901, married Nov. 5, 1927, to J. C. Raulston, and by him had two children, Bobbie Charlene Raulston, born Aug. 28, 1928, and Mary Elizabeth Raulston, born Oct 3, 1936; (2) Harrod Wesley 10, born Dec. 11, 1904, married first, to Annie Nelson and by her had a daughter Mildred, and possibly a son; married secondly to Dorothy Louise Weir, of San Diego, Cal., and had some children; (3) John Colbert 10, born Dec. 1, 1908, married May 5, 1936, to Frances Suttle of DeLeon, Texas; (4) Derwent Striplin 10-393-567; (5) Robert B. 10, born May 21, 1914, married Dec. 23, 1941, to Louise Dear, born Oct. 22, 1919, and by her had Sherley Jewel 11, born Dec. 21, 1942, and Robert Ralph 11, born Jan. 1, 1944, both born a Stephenville, Texas; (6) Willis Terrell 10, born May 7, 1920, married 1943, to Wilma Rudine Clark, born in Stamford, Texas, March 21, 1922, and by her had a daughter, Dena Sue 11, born June 23, 1944. Willis joined the U.S. Army in 1940, attained the rank of captain and was killed in action in Germany, March 28, 1945, being buried in Holland.

394. DERWENT LITTLETON PETTIJOHN 9-388, born in Comanche county, Texas, April 21, 1880, married 1900 to Mary Ritchie. He died July 15, 1908. Their children: Lucille 10-394-425; Eula Rena 10-394-426; Olan Wesley 10-394-427; Mary Derwent 10-394-428.

395. BENJAMIN HARRISON PETTIJOHN 9-388, born in Comanche county, Texas, Oct. 11, 1892, died at Guthrie, Texas, March 1936, married 1912, to Myrtle Saulters, born 1896, she being a first cousin to Lizzie, wife of Robert E. Lee Pettijohn 9-388-393. Their children: Enola Catherina 10, born Feb. 1, 1914; Margaret Elizabeth 10, born March 21, 1916; Geneva 10, born Aug. 11, 1918; JoElla 10, born Dec. 11, 1920; Clara Florence 10, born Sept. 24, 1922; Benjamin Earl 10, born Jan. 6, 1925; James Alexander 10, born Feb. 27, 1927, died 1929; Jeanne 10, born 1934 in January.

396. JASPER APPLEWHITE PETTIJOHN 9-388, born in Comanche county, Texas, Jan. 4, 1896; married Oct. 12, 1916, to Sara Iva Berna, who was born July 1, 1898. Their children: Patricia Ilene 10-396-429; Samuel Floyd 10-396, born Jan. 13, 1922; Vivian Irene 10-396, born April 14, 1924, married Aug. 5, 1942, to Theodore Jack Hays; Oleta Faye 10-396, born Oct. 20, 1925, married Aug. 19, 1944, to James E. Robertson; Dorothy Mae 10-396, born May 7, 1927; "A. J." 10-396, born May 7, 1929; Wanda Lee 10-396, born Jan. 27, 1931; Henry Hollis 10-396, born March 18, 1933; Dinty Thomas 10-396, born Dec. 14, 1936; Shirley Jeanette 10-396, born Oct. 20, 1938.

397. ROGER WILLIAM PETTIJOHN 9-388, born in Comanche county, Texas, Feb. 23, 1898; married Jan. 14, 1922, to Alice Marjorie Horn, born March 4, 1903. Their children: David Heyworth 10-397, born in St. Paul, Minn., March 8, 1923, served in U.S. navy from March 1943, to February, 1946; George Selsor 10-387, born Dec. 24, 1926, and joined the U.S. army in Feb., 1945; Roger Francis 10-397, born Sept. 1, 1932, at Socorro, N.M.; Stanley Littleton 10-397, born in San Diego county, Cal., Nov. 17, 1934, and died June 11, 1935; Paul Sudney 10-397, born Nov. 23, 1936, in Comanche county, Texas; William Edson 10-397, born Feb. 16, 1941, in Comanche county, Texas.

398. HULDA PETTYJOHN 8-79, born in 1843, died in 1923, married to James H. Hubbell and lived on a farm near Dayton, Wash.. Their children: Albert Hubbell 9-398-399; Jonathan P. Hubbell 9-398-473; Ora Hubbell (Harvey Orian) Hubbell 9-398-474; Arthur (Oat) Hubbell 9-398-475; Ella Hubbell 9-398, reported as not having married and in 1946 lived at [address omitted], Spokane, Wsah.

399. ALBERT HUBBELL 9-398. born May 14, 1867, died in 1925, married June 23, 1889, to Dora (Lord) Davis and lived at Dayton, Wash. Their children: Mabel Hubbell 10-399-481; Myrtle Hubbell 10-399, born April 18, 1893.

400. SARAH ELLEN PETTYJOHN 8-79, date of birth and death not available, she married to Wesley Manning, lived at Dayton, Wash., and had three children: Lon Manning 9-400; Claude Manning 9-400; Laura Manning 9-400, who married Mr. Fletcherl; Bessie Manning 9-400, who married Mr. Fine; Ella May Manning 9-400, who married Silas Campbell.

401. ANNABEL BURNS 9-375, born May 20, 1916, married Nov. 24, 1940, to John D. McCarry, born March 30, about 1915. Their children: Kathleen Louise McCarry 10-401, born May 20, 1942; Joan Marie McCarry 10-401, born Dec. 21, 1945.

402. ROBERT WILLIAM BURNS 9-375, [address omitted], Westminster, Calif., born July 3, 1918, married Sept. 3, 1938, to Donna Marea Hadsell, born May 24, 1920. Their children: Robert Lynn Burns 10-402, born March 30, 1940; Ronald William Burns 10-402, born Nov. 8, 1943; William Allen Burns 10-402, born Feb. 22, 1944.

403. JACK RAYMOND BURNS 9-375, born June 5, 1920; married Sept. 18, 1942, to Marion Marcoux, born Aug. 24, about 1920. Their child, Sharon Ann Burns 10-403, was born Sept. 2, 1943.

404. CHARLES WALTON COOK 8-34, born Oct. 2, 1853, died Sept. 28, 1940, married Eva Cottrell, born March 26, 1860, died May 19, 1921. Their children: Charles Walton Cook, Jr., 9-404-405; Marcia Evelyn Cook 9-404, born May 25, 1885; died at Bremerton, Wash.; Sylvester Myron Cook (2nd) 9-404-406; Furber Mark Cook 9-404, born May 7, 1892, and lived at Port Orchard, Wash.

405. CHARLES WALTON COOK, Jr., 9-404, born June 26, 1886, married to Lydia Larianoff. Their children: Roger Walton Cook 10-405, born Oct. 24, 1932; Norman Charles Cook 10-405, born July 12, 1934; Marcia Faye Cook 10-405, born Aug. 29, 1937; Barbara Ann Cook 10-405, born Sept. 21, 1939.

406. SYLVESTER MYRON COOK 9-404, born April 25, 1889, at Portland, Ore.; died May 28, 1936; married Feb. 5, 1918, to Carrie May Dunaway, no children being reported.

406½. JOSEPH PETTYJOHN 3-2, born about 1700, probably in Virginia. Some of this man's descendants hold to the belief, founed upon what they accept as family tradition, that this Joseph, and his brother, John, were born in France, went from there to Wales, and thence migrated to Virginia "sometime," as they have it, "prior to the Revolutionary War." It is now pretty well established that the first migration of Pettyjohns to Virginia from across the sea, came at a date much earlier than has generally been supposed. Figuring back from known dates of birth, this Joseph 3, must have been born about 1700, and at that time Pettyjohns had been living in Virginia for 60 or 65 years as is witnessed by the records pertaining to James Pettyjohn 1, and family. No mention of the marriage of this Joseph 3-2 has been found, but his descendants have family records showing that he had a son, Hiram 4-406½-406¾.

406¾. HIRAM PETTYJOHN 4-406½, born about 1745, probably in Virginia. Served as a soldier in the Revolutionary War and is said to have been with Gen. Washington at the surrender at Yorktown. No record of his marriage or children has been found except that he had a son, Samuel 5-407, and is said to have lived to the age of 102 years.

407. SAMUEL PETTYJOHN 5-406¾, born about 1775 in Virginia and migrated to Tennessee; married about 1800 to Lovisa, her maiden name being unknown, and she died on December 29, 1869. About 1838-40 the family moved to northwestern Missouri. Their children: Hiram 6-407; Andrew Jackson 6-407-413; Molliston 6-407-412; John 6-407; Lewis 6-407-408; Reuben 6-407, died in 1852, while the family was on its migration to Oregon; George 6-407; William 6-407, lived at Salem, Oregon; Catherine 6-407; Sarah 6-407; Eliza 6-407; May Ann 6-407; Elizabeth 6-407. Moliston, Lewis and William went together to Oregon with ox teams.

408. LEWIS PETTYJOHN 6-407, born in White county, Tenn., Nov. 25, 1820; died Oct. 9, 1900; married in Missouri, March 21, 1844 to Sarah Ann Raines, born Sept. 29, 1827, in Indiana; died Feb. 18, 1912. Their children: Mary Jane 7-408-410; Elizabeth 7-408-503; William C. 7-408; Thomas G. 7-408, born Sept. 29, 1850, died Oct. 5, 1853; Albert Daniel 7-408-409; Cecelia 7-408, born Dec. 25, 1854, died March 21, 1930; Mellie 7-408-506.

409. ALBERT DANIEL PETTYJOHN 7-408, born Oct. 11, 1854, died May 3, 1922; married Nov. 9, 1873 , to Coloma Ann Rice. Their children: Louis D. 8-409-411; Jesse C. 8-409-414½; Albert Daniel, Jr., 8-409-437; William C. 8-409-438.

410. MARY JANE PETTYJOHN 7-408, born Oct. 10, 1845; died June 8, 1902; married Dec. 21, 1862, to William R. Crump. Their children: Leon H. Crump 8-410, born Dec. 1, 1866, died June 3, 1868; Louis T. Crump 8-410, born Feb. 4, 1868, died July 1, 1869; Lena B. Crump 8-410, born Oct. 15, 1871, married Dec. 8, 1897, to James Hughes, and in 1946 lived at [address omitted], Portland, Ore. Died June 2, 1947; Lillian A. Crump 8-410, born Nov. 26, 1873, died June 5, 1931, married first to A. D. Davidson in 1891, secondly to Thomas Osburn in 1897, and thirdly to Louis E. Sauvie in July 1900; Lizzie Crump 8-410, born Feb. 26, 1877, died Feb. 26, 1877.

411. LOUIS D. PETTYJOHN 8-409, born Sept. 26, 1876, married Oct. 18, 1911, to Alda Elred Cannon and in 1946 lived at [address omitted], Portland, Ore.

412. MOLLISTON PETTYJOHN 6-407, born about 1813, in Tennessee, died Jan. 9, 1887, in Oregon. He married and had a son, Beverly Thurston Pettyjohn who married and had five children, among them being Melissa 7-412, Benjamin 7-412 and Sylvia 7-412.

413. ANDREW JACKSON PETTYJOHN 6-407, born in Tennessee, about 1822, died in 1863, married at Savannah, Mo., to Mary Elizabeth King who wsa born in Kentucky and died in 1907. They had five children: Isaac L. 7-413; William F. 7-413; John L. 7-413; Jonathan Lewis 7-413-414, and Nancy K. 7-413.

414. JONATHAN LEWIS PETTYOHN 7-413, born July 15, 1847, died at Olathe, Kans., married July 15, 1874, to Laura Eveline Hendricson, born Jan. 5, 1846. Their children: Charles Farris 8-414 born July 10, 1875, married Oct. 2, 1901, to Jesse Steiner who was born Jne 8, 1879, and was associated with his father in farm loan buisness at Olathe, Kans., and Peoria, Ill., for many years; Mary Grace 8-414, born July 1, 1877, married Sept. 10, 1906, to Loren Waverly Rowell and they had a son, Loren Jonathan Rowell, born Aug. 20, 1907.

414a. JESSE C. PETTYJOHN 8-409, born at Hopewell, Ore., April 17, 1879; died at Salem, Ore., May 19, 1914; married Dec. 9, 1903, to Winnie Wave Cannon, born Feb. 11, 1882. Their children: Helen Marie 9-414a-414b; Alda Lucile 9-414a-414c.

414b. HELEN MARIE PETTYJOHN 9-414a, Salem, Ore., born Dec. 30, 1906, married in 1931 to Lewis Lamb, and by him had a daughter, Nancy Lewis Lamb 10-414b, born Aug. 2, 1932. Helen and Lewis were divorced and she later married Oct. 14, 1939, to Edward Foley and by him had a daughter, Kathleen Foley 10-414b, born Oct. 28, 1943, and in 1946 lived at Burlingame, Calif.

414c. ALDA LUCILE PETTYJOHN 9-414a, born Jan. 2, 1909, married to Milton Kaufman in Jan. 1929, divorced, and Alda later married Adrian Duffy in May, 1938, and in 1946 lived at Sunnyside, Long Island, N.Y.

415. PETER PETTIJOHN 7-237, born March 10, 1830, lived in Macoupin county, Illinois, where his name was registered in the U.S. census for 1850 as the son of Jacob Pettijohn. He was married Sept. 11, 1850, to Amanda Rogers, who was born Nov. 15, 1836, near Cumberland Gap, Tenn., and she died Feb. 5, 1919, her husband, Peter having died the previous day. Whether this Peter Pettijohn 7-237-415 was actually the son of Jacob Pettyjohn 6-49-237 is not definately known, but Peter's son, Charles Alphas Pettijohn 8-415-416, has written the compiler hereof that he believes that Peter was the son of Jacob. Neither "Peter" nor "Jacob" are names often found in the Pettijohn families, and that fact reduces the chance of error and the possibility that it was some other "Jacob" who was the father of Peter. We do know that a "Jacob" and his son "Peter" were living in Macoupin county, Illinois, in 1850, as is shown by the census reports, and for the purpose of this record it will be assumed that their relationship to Jacob Pettyjohn 6-49-237 has been established. Children of Peter and Amanda (Rogers) Pettijohn were: Martha Jane 8-415, born 1854, died in infancy; James Austin 8-415, born about 1857; Thomas Joseph 8-415, born about 1859; Mary 8-415, born about 1861; Sara 8-415, born about 1863; Emma 8-415, born about 1865; Melinda 8-415, born about 1867; Peter David 8-415, born Feb. 15, 1869, died Jan. 5, 1931; George William 8-415, born about 1871; Nancy Catherine 8-415, born June 11, 1873; Charles Alphas 8-415-416.

416. CHARLES ALPHAS PETTIJOHN 8-415, born March 14, 1875, and in 1946 lived at [address omitted], Des Moines, Ia. He married July 24, 1901, to Maude Dawson, born May 26, 1884. Their children: Harold Nelson 9-416-507; Roland Roy 9-416, born April 12, 1904, married May 18, 1928, to Nettie Miller; Laura Irene 9-416-508; Loren Ivene 9-416-509; Vera Dorothy 9-416-510; Dwain Grant 9-416, born Oct. 30, 1911, died Feb. 16, 1916; Roger Scofield 9-416, born March 11, 1914, married Aug. 20, 1935, to Eva Evans; Paul Joy 9-416, born April 24, 1916, died Dec. 25, 1919; Charles Marion 9-416-511; Robert Merle 9-416, born Aug. 23, 1921; Ruth Arlene 9-416-512.

417. FRANLYN AKIN SARGENT 10-594, Shawmut, Montana, born Feb. 3, 1897; married March 4, 1924, at Helena, Mont., to Gudruda Berg, born in Tennessee May 22, 1902. Their children: Robert Leslie Sargent 11-417, born June 4, 1925, served in the U.S. Navy in World War II with rating of A.E.M. 3/c, and when this was written in 1947 was a student at Montana State College at Bozeman, taking Electrical Engineering; James Franklyn Sargent 11-417, born Oct. 19, 1927; Wm. Henry Sargent 11-417, born Sept. 25, 1929; Gordon Edward Sargent 11-417, born June 7, 1933; Helen Jane Sargent 11-417, born March 7, 1935; Donald Charles Sargent 11-417, born Dec. 23, 1936, died Dec. 1937.

418. FREDERICK SARGENT 10-594, Shawmut, Montana, born July 3, 1899; married Lina Crumm. They have a daughter, Marjorie Lina Sargent 11-418, born June 20, 1928.

419. RUTH HESTER MILLER 10-597, born July 15, 1903, at Tennessee, Ill.; married June 6, 1925, to Herny Berg, born Jan. 25, 1899, at Lansing, Tenn. Their children: John Henry Berg 11-419, born May 13, 1926, at Big Timber, Mont., joined the U.S. army in July, 1945, trained at Camp Wolters, Texas, selected for A.S.T.P. schooling at Yale University where he studied the Japanese language and was sent to Japan; Mary Jane Berg 11-419, born Jan. 19, 1928, at Harlowton, Mont., attended Normal School at Billings, Mont., taught school at Golden Valley, Mont., 25 miles from town where Brahma and Longhorn steers, belonging to a Rodeo Company roamed about, even coming up on the porch while she was staying alone in the school house; Richard Elbert Berg 11-419, born Jan. 17, 1930, at Big Timber, Mont.; Arnold Dale Berg 11-419, born May 20, 1932, a Shawmut, Mont.; Llyod James Berg 11-419, born April 13, 1934, at Harlowton, Mont.; Bernard Duane Berg 11-419, born Aug. 20, 1937; Harry Kenneth Berg 11-419, born Dec. 9, 1943; Glenn Raymond Berg 11-419, born Aug. 4, 1945.

420. MARGARET HULDAH MILLER 10-597, born June 9, 1912; married Nov. 26, 1937, to Roy Johnson, born Feb. 3, 1910. They have: Shirley Ann Johnson 11-420, born March 12, 1940, and Connie Johnson, date of birth not available.

421. WALTER FLOYD HUBBELL 10-474, Wilbur, Wash., born Oct. 30, 1894, at Dayton, Wash.; married Sept. 6, 1914, at Cheney, Wash.; to Freda Sophia Miner. Their children: Lucille Hubbell 11-421; Howard Hubbell 11-421; Geraldine Hubbell 11-421.

422. VIOLA ANNA HUBBELL 10-474, born at Cheney, Wash., May 9, 1899; married June 18, 1923, at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to James Sidney Coleman.

423. TERESA ROSELLA HUBBELL 10-474, born at Tyler, Wash., June 17, 1903; married June 5, 1935, at Parkland, Wash., to Rudolph Melvin Sanderson.

425. LUCILLE PETTIJOHN 10-394, born in 1903; married in 1928, to A. S. Gafford. Their daughter, Judy Gafford 11-425, was born in 1937.

426. EULA RENA PETTIJOHN 10-394, born Dec. 4, 1904; married in 1924, to Bill McClotchy. Their children: John Littleton McClotchy 11-426, born June 20, 1930; Kenneth Wade McClotchy 11-426, born in Jan. 1933.

427. OLAN WESLEY PETTIJOHN 10-394, born March 21, 1907; married in 1935, to Olive whose family name is not reported. Their children: Martha Ann 11-427, born Sept. 1936; John W. 11-427, born January, 1938.

428. MARY DERWENT PETTIJOHN 10-394, born Jan. 13, 1909; married in Feb. 1929, to Elmo White. Their child, Billie Doris White was born Nov. 30, 1930.

429. PATRICIA ILENE PETTIJOHN 10-396, born Jan. 21, 1919, in Comanche county, Texas; married Sept. 28, 1935, to A. J. Nelson. Their children: Doyce Glenn Nelson 11-429, born July 21, 1938; Oleta Caroline 11-429, born Feb. 9, 1943, died Aug. 5, 1944; Sherman Ray 11-429, born June 12, 1945.

430. BENAMIN FRANCIS CRAIG 9-163, born March 31, 1907; married in 1926 to Ruth Bronco, and lived at Prineville, Ore. Their children: Jacqueline Craig 10-430, born July 31, 1926; Marvin Craig 10-430, born March 31, 1928; Nina Lou Craig 10-430, born May 16, 1929; Benny Craig 10-430, Jan. 25, 1931; Delmar Craig 10-430, born Feb. 20, 1932; Farris Craig 10-430, born Oct. 18, 1933; George Craig 10-430, born Aug. 11, 1945.

431. THORA CRAIG 9-163, born April 10, 1912; married March 4, 1934, to Dillon L. Moore. Their children: Gary Dillon Moore 10-431, born June 29, 1935; Shawn Dianne Moore 10-431, born May 14, 1943.

432. ELOISE CRAIG 9-163, born Feb. 4, 1918; married Dec. 15, 1934, to Emmett Barry and lived at Murphy, Ore. Their children: Verl Barry 10-432, born Aug. 22, 1935; Phyllis Barry 10-432, born Oct. 29, 1936.

433. DALE CRAIG 9-163, born Feb. 6, 1916; married in March, 1937, to Mary Puckett. Their children: Beverly Craig 10-433, born April 29, 1938; Calvin Craig 10-433, born July 8, 1939; Patricia Craig 10-433, born Aug. 29, 1940; Kathleen Craig 10-433, born Oct. 2, 1942; Michael Craig 10-433, born May 19, 1944.

434. TRIPHENA APPELLES PETTIJOHN 7-126, born at Westfield, Ind., Jan. 24, 1846; married Jan. 20, 1869, to Charles B. Simpson and lived at Brookfield, Mo. Their children: Kate Simpson 8-434-446; Leigh S. Simpson 9-434-447.

435. ABRA CLAUDIUS PETTIJOHN 7-126, born at Logansport, Ind., Dec. 11, 1850; married to Fanny Wilson. Their children: James 8-435, lived at Long Beach, Cal.; Mary 8-435, married Mr. Lisenby, and lived at [address moitted], St. Joseph, Mo. Abra Claudius practiced his profession as a physician and surgeon ofr many years at Brookfield, Mo.

436. SIMEON A. PETTIJOHN 7-140, born Sept. 9, 1847; died Jan. 26, 1944; married Sept. 12, 1869, to Lydia E. Beauchamp, born Sept. 15, 1851, died July 7, 1919 at Elwood, Ind. Their children: Eva 8-436, born Sept. 2, 1870, died April 4, 1914, never married; Jesse E. 8-436, born Feb. 27, 1872; Ernest 8-436, born Nov. 7, 1873, died Oct. 19, 1934; Orville 8-436, born April 26, 1878; Glen T. 8-436, born Oct. 25, 1891.

437. ALBERT DANIEL PETTIJOHN, Jr., 8-409, born March 21, 1883, married first, to Myrtle Dennis in 1911, and, secondly, to Mary Meier in 1916. No children are reported They lived at Jefferson, Ore.

438. WILLIAM C. PETTYJOHN 8-409, born March 17, 1885, at Roberts, Ore. Married April 9, 1910, to Nan Lou Wood, and died April 14, 1936. They had a daughter, Maxine 9-438, born Feb. 25, 1913, at Marshfield, Ore., who married Dec. 17, 1935, to William J. Mannion. After the death of her husband, Nan Lou married Dec. 10, 1939, to Dr. William Thompson.

439. MARY JANE PETTYJOHN 7-236, born May 10, 1837, died March 9, 1897, married Jan. 31, 1860, to William Theodore Magee. Their children: William David Magee 8-439, born March 29, 1861, died in infancy; Phebe Jane Magee 8-439-281; Sophia Ann Magee 8-439, born April 3, 1864, died in 1930, married in 1895 to Wilmer Rood; James Hiram Magee 8-439, born Aug 11, 1867, died in 1885; Susan Ellen Magee 8-439-282; Clara Elizabeth Magee 8-439, born Feb. 14, 1870, died in 1943, married in 1893, to Oscar Melder; Isaac Monroe Magee 8-439, born Aug. 24, 1871, married in 1908, to Pearl Stacy; Mary Miranda Magee 8-439, born Nov. 17, 1872, married in 1892 to Charles Frederick; Thomas Theodore Magee 8-439, born March 2, 1875, died in 1902; Albert Allen Magee 8-439, born Oct. 3, 1877, died in 1917; Emma Mabel Magee 8-439, born Nov. 12, 1879, married in 1901 to Bert Moore.

440. IRA TRACY SHERMAN PETTIJOHN 8-180, born in Wayne county, Ill., Feb. 28, 1871, lived at Flora, Ill., and died at Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 6, 1941. He was much interested in the welfare of children and for their use composed and had copyrighted in 1928 a book of poems. He was married May 23, 1894, to Olive Clay. They had a daughter Hazel 9-440, born March 4, 1895, who taught school, and during the first world war, went to Washington, D.C. She entered the government service there and later continued it at Philadelphia.

441. SHERIDAN MARION PETTIJOHN 8-180, born Aug. 11, 1874, was educated in commercial subjects, taught one year at Orchard City Business College at Cora, Ill., and when this was written in 1946, lived at [address omitted], Muncie, Ind.

442. ETHELDRA ANN PETTIJOHN 7-179, born Feb 22, 1841, at Buckoo, Ill., married Nov. 4, 1865 to Eusebius Jasper Williams 7-241, born in Coles county, Ill., Jan 14, 1840, son of Payton and Esther Williams. Their children: Ada Estella Williams 8-442-443; Tulley Williams 8-442-444; Cassius Cromwell Williams 8-442, born Feb. 19, 1872, did not marry and lived at Tonasket, Wash.; Mariamne Williams 8-442-455; James Byron Williams 8-442-542; Tiny Goldsmith Williams 8-442-540; Claude Williams 8-442-543; Hazel Dell Myrtle Williams 8-442-551;

443. ADA ESTELLA WILLIAMS 8-442, born Feb. 29, 1868, died in June, 1937, married July 21, 1886 to Henry Sherman, who was born in Ohio, and died Aug. 21, 1887. Ada and Henry Sherman had one child a daughter, Maud Etheldra Sherman 9-443-550. After the death of Henry Sherman, Ada married Aug. 25, 1888, to Charlie Smith, born in Kansas, Aug. 28, 1864, and they had these children: Ernest E. Smith 9-443, born May 11, 1890, and lived at Portland, Ore.; Earl Leicester Smith 9-443-544; Ada Coy Smith 9-443-545; Abbie Lourie Smith 9-443-546; Mary Anna Smith 9-443-547; Amos Calander Smith 9-443-548.

444. TULLEY WILLIAMS 8-442, born Feb. 10, 1870, died May 7, 1946, married Oct 15, 1899, to Mary McConnell, a sister of Elizabeth Brian McConnell who was the wife of Robert Sheridan Pettijohn 445. Mary McConnell was born July 22, 1859, and died in 1911. In 1917 Tully Williams married Lovey Williams and they had these children:Mark Williams 9-444, born in 1921; Cecil Williams 9-444, born in 1923; Warren Williams 9-444, born in 1925; Jessie J. Williams 9-444, born in 1927; Vada Marie Williams 9-444, born in 1929; Scotty Smith Williams 9-444, born in 1930, died in 1932; Garland R. Williams 9-444, born in 1931.

445. ROBERT SHERIDAN PETTIJOHN 7-179, born Aug. 4, 1842, near Knob Prairie, Ill., enlisted and served during the Civil War in Company "B" Eleventh Ohio Volunteer Cavalry; married March 8, 1865, to Elizabeth Brian McConnell, born Nov. 27, 1850, in Braddock, Pa. They lived at Silver Lake, Minn., and Rinard, Ill. Their children: Charles R. 8-445, born Jan. 4, 1867; Mary Jeanette 8-445-449; Edwin L. 8-445-454; Carlton W. 8-445, bhorn Dec. 24, 1879.

446. KATE SIMPSON 8-434, Brookfield, Mo., born March 6, 1870; died May 19, 1932; married July 5, 1897, to Charles K. Hart. Their children: Lois Hart 9-446, born Nov. 26, 1900; Pelia Hart 9-446, born Sept. 8, 1898, died April 16, 1922.

447. LEIGH S. SIMPSON 8-434, born at Brookfield, Mo., June 6, 1883; married July 4, 1908, to Maude Wilcox. Their children: George W. Simpson 9-447-471; Virginia Leigh Simpson 9-447-472.

448. CHARLES R> PETTIJOHN 8-445, born Jan. 4, 1867, married Sept. 29, 1897, to Bertha Sawyer. They had a son Roy Pettijohn 9-448, born March 20, 1899.

449. MARY JEANNETTE PETTIJOHN 8-445, born Nov. 8, 1869, married Oct. 19, 1887, to Sidney Frederick Harvard, born at Mt. Vernon, N.Y., Feb. 6, 1860. Ten children, reared while living near Long Pine, Neb., were the result of this union, towit: (1) John Clyde Harvard 9-449-450; (2) Lewis A. Harvard 9-449-451; (3) Frederick F. Harvard 9-449, born Aug. 28, 1891, married March 10, 1925, to Miss Mae Hartman; (4) Harry D. Harvard 9-449, born Feb. 2, 1894, married Dec. 11, 1920, to Miss Mae Bader. They had a son, Gordon D. Harvard 10-449, born Sept. 11, 1924; (5) Frank E. Harvard 9-449, born April 3, 1896, married Oct. 18, 1927, to Arvilla Westenberg; (6) Nellie M. Harvard 9-449-452; (7) Alice C. Harvard 9-449, a school teacher by profession, Ten Sleep, Wyom., born July 4, 1901; (8) Hazel I. Harvard 9-449-453; (9) Ruth Elenore Harvard 9-449, born March 17, 1906, died Dec. 23, 1924, married Nov. 1, 1923, to Levi Sawyer; (10) Joseph Leo Harvard 9-449, born June 17, 1909, married June 1935 to Alice L. Larson.

450. JOHN CLYDE HARVARD 9-449, born July 13, 1888, married Oct. 17, 1917, to Florence Bolts. Their child: Charles Oliver Harvard 10-450, born Sept. 20, 1929.

451. LEWIS A> HARVARD 9-449, born Nov. 8, 1889, married first, Dec. 4, 1917, to Mildred Grace Greenwood Bader. Lived at Oakville, Wash. Children of Lewis and Mildred: John Arden Harvard 10-451, born Nov. 13, 1918, married in Sept. 1945, to Cora Smith; Archie Lewis Harvard 10-451-553; Iona Mae Harvard 10-451-554. For his second wife Lewis married Aug. 14, 1923, Mary Dugan, and by her had these six children: Helen Launa Harvard 10-451-555; Avenelle Noca Harvard 10-451, born Feb. 8, 1926; Lewis Daune 10-451, born May 16, 1927; Dana Clissie Harvard 10-451, born Sept. 16, 1929; Eolla Carmelia Harvard 10-451, born Nov. 22, 1930; William Arland Harvard 10-451, born March 3, 1932, died Dec. 25, 1933.

452. NELLIE M. HARVARD 9-449, born April 25, 1899, at Norwood, Wyo., married Sept. 24, 1920, to Richard Redland. Their children: Marie Jeannette Redland 10-452, born Aug. 8, 1921; Eunice Redland 10-452, born Sept. 24, 1923; Agnes S. Redland 10-452, born Jan. 17, 1924; Richard R. Redland 10-452, born May 24, 1927; Robert Rolland Redland 10-452, born June 1, 1929; Spencer Hiram Redland 10-452, born May 31, 1932; Erric Redman Redland 10-452, born Oct. 3, 1933.

453. HAZEL I. HARVARD 9-449, born Dec. 15, 1903, at Ten Sleep, Wyo.; married April, 1924, to Nicolas E. Geis. Their children: Nicolas Vincent Geis, 10-453, born Dec. 3, 1925; Hamer Frankland Geis 10-453, born April 1, 1927; Charles Neil Geis 10-453, born Aug. 1, 1929; Harold Geis 10-453, born July 1930; Jerald Geis 10-453, born Aug. 1932; Jeannette Katherine Geis 10-453, born June 1935.

454. EDWIN L. PETTIJOHN 8-445, born March 27, 1872, married Aug. 11, 1892, to Bertha Smith, who died Dec. 31, 1894. They had a son, Harold 9-454, born June 4, 1894, died March 17, 1895. For his second wife Edwin took Lydia Robesson, Dec. 2, 1897, and lived at O'Neil, Neb. Two children (there may be others) are reported: Lenora L 9-454, born Sept. 5, 1898; Howard 9-454, born in 1899.

455. MARIAMNE WILLIAMS 8-442, born Sept. 11, 1872; married Oct. 17, 1892, to Edwin James Holmes and lived at Tonasket, Wash. Their children: Cassius Russell Holmes 9-455-469; Leon Pettijohn Holmes 9-455-470; Warren James Holmes 9-455-531; Cecil Hill Holmes 9-455, born Aug. 5, 1899, married Aug. 27, 1933, to Annie Lee and lived at Napoleon, N. Dak., no children being reported; Anna Lenore Holmes 9-455-532; Clay Allison Holmes 9-455-534; Paul Holmes 9-455, born April 24, 1906, died April 27, 1906; Lester Thaddeus Holmes 9-455-533; Edwin Wendle Holmes 9-455, born in Sept. 1910, died in infancy; Stuart Williams Holmes 9-455, born Nov. 18, 1914, married Aug. 18, 1940, to Edith Scott and lived at Tonasket, Wash.; Robert Bruce Holmes 9-455-535.

456. ROHANNA PETTYJOHN 8-79, born about 1841 and died at Bertha, Mo., in 1922. She married Samuel Hurst and by him had these children: Samuel Hurst, Jr., 9-456-513; Dillia Hurst 9-456-457; William Hurst 9-456-468; Cora Hurst 9-456, died at age of 7 years.

457. DILLIA HURST 9-456, born Jan. 10, 1863; died Sept. 18, 1939; married Sept. 17, 1879, to John Denny. Their children: Thomas Denny 10-457-458; Anna Denny 10-457-459; Charles Denny 10-457-460; Nellie Denny 10-457-461; Nola Denny 10-457-464; Ray Denny 10-457, born April 15, 1902, and died in infancy; Harry Denny 10-457-465.

458. THOMAS DENNY 10-457, born May 8, 1882, in Ill.; married Dec. 24, 1918, to Claudia Stubblefield and lived at [address omitted], Spokane, Wash., no children being reported.

459. ANNA DENNY 10-457, born July 25, 1885, in Mo.; married Nov. 19, 1903, to Charles Geppert who died April 30, 1916. Their children: Bertha Geppert 11-459-466; Alta Geppert 11-459-467; after the death of Charles Geppert, Anna married Louis Olsen on Dec. 26, 1918. He died April 13, 1925, and on Nov. 7, 1927, Anna married Angelo Polly and in 1946 lived at [address omitted], Spokane, Wash.

460. CHARLES DENNY 10-457, born May 2, 1888, in Missouri, died Aug. 30, 1938; married to Jannie Cormel. Their children: Jesse Denny 11-460, born Aug. 1, 1929; Dale Denny 11-460, born April 26, 1934; Charles Denny, Jr., 11-460, born Aug. 5, 1937. In 1946 the family lived at Yakima, Wash.

461. KELLIE DENNY 10-457, born Nov. 11, 1890, in Missouri; married in Sept. 1908, to W. W. Johnson, and in 1946 lived at [address omitted], Walla Walla, Wash. Their children: Harold Johnson 11-461-462; Walter Johnson 11-461, born Nov. 13, 1914, married Dec. 11, 1945, to Delores Short; Earl Johnson 11-461, born March 26, 1917; Anna Johnson 11-461-463; Nellie and W. W. Johnson were divorced and Nellie married Frank Stastny on Sept. 17, 1934. In 1946 the lived at Eltopia, Wash.

462. HAROLD JOHNSON 11-461, born July 8, 1909, married Dec. 31, 1943, to Florence Casey, no children being reported.

463. ANNA JOHNSON 11-461, born April 5, 1923; married Nov. 11, 1943, to James Arrington. Their son, James Arrington, Jr., 12-463, was born Oct. 14, 1944.

464. NOLA DENNY 10-457, born July 18, 1875, in Missouri; married June 13, 1913, to Rhue B. Reed, and in 1946 lived at Spokane, Wash. Their daughter, Dorothy Reed Denny 11-464, was born Nov. 14, 1914, and married Vernon Eisele on Dec. 22, 1944.

465. HARRY DENNY 10-457, born Jan. 23, 1904, at Starbuck, Wash.; married Oct. 12, 1929, to Eloise Hodge, and lived at [address omitted], Omaha, Neb. Their children: Jerry David Denny 11-465, born March 3, 1943; Katherine Denny 10-465, born March 31, 1945.

466. BERTHA GEPPERT 11-459, born Aug. 26, 1906; married June 30, 1938, to George Greenwood. Their children: Lionel C. Greenwood 12-466, born May 3, 1939; Joan L. Greenwood 12-466, born Oct. 25, 1943.

467. ALTA GEPPERT 11-459, born July 30, 1909; married Oct. 14, 1929, to W. R. Kronmeier. Their children: Marie Kronmeier 12-467, born Jan. 10, 1936; Patricia Kronmeier 12-467, born March 17, 1938.

468. WILLIAM HURST 9-456, born Dec. 11, 1876; died April 30, 1915; married to Minty Collins and lived at Buckhart, Mo. Their children: Emily Hurst 10-468-522; Belle Hurst 10-468-523; Theodore Hurst 10-468-524.

469. CASSIUS RUSSELL HOLMES 9-455, born July 15, 1893; married May 5, 1917, to Julia Cook and lived at Kirby, Mont. Their children: Mary Elizabeth Holmes 10-469, born March 13, 1918; Everett Russell Holmes 10-469-536; Clifford Byron Holmes 10-469-537; Helen Louise Holmes 10-469, born June 9, 1930.

470. LEON PETTIJOHN HOLMES 9-455, born Jan. 29, 1896; married May 28, 1922, to Leia May Woods and lived at Kirby, Mont. Their children: David Leon Holmes 10-460, born Jan. 7, 1924; Iris May Holmes 10-470-538; Theresa Carrol Holmes 10-470, born Dec. 12, 1931; Marguerite Joy Holmes 10-470, born July 24, 1933; Rosemary Kay Holmes 10-470, born April 23, 1935; Robin Edwin Holmes 10-470, born July 22, 1942.

471. GEORGE W. SIMPSON 9-447, born Dec. 26, 1909; married first, Oct. 23, 1936, to Hazel Hutchinson and divorced; married secondly to Juanita Hay, Dec. 28, 1944. Their daughter, Kathryn Ann Simpson 10-471, was born Oct. 29, 1945.

472. VIRGINIA LEIGH SIMPSON 9-447, born March 1, 1914; married Aug. 6, 1937, to George L. McBride. Thier daughter, Sandra McBride 10-472, was born July 23, 1942.

473. JONATHAN P. HUBBELL 9-398, commonly called "Dot," lived at Dayton, Wash., born July 24, 1869, married Nov. 25, 1895, to Laura Honora Munch. Their children: Clarence Hubbell 10-473, born April 18, 1901; Otto Hubbell 10-473, born June 9, 1903; Hulda Hubbell 10-473-501.

474. HARVEY ORIAN HUBBELL 9-398, commonly called "Ora," lived in his youth at Dayton, Wash., born May 27, 1872, in Champaign county, Ill., died at Tyler, Wash., June 9, 1907; married Oct. 15, 1892, to Frances Evalyn Martin, at Dayton, Wash.; Their children: Walter Floyd Hubbell 10-474-421; Homer James Hubbell 10-474, born July 3, 1893, died Nov. 7, 1906, at Tyler, Wash.; Viola Anna Hubbell 10-474-422; Teresa Rosella Hubbell 10-474-423.

475. ARTHUR HUBBELL 9-398, lived at Cheny, Wash., born at Dayton, Wash., Dec. 25, 1874, and was commonly known as "Oat." Married Rose Schmidt and they had these children: Fara Hubbell 10-475; Eva Hubbell 10-475; Ella Hubbell 10-475.

476. DORIS MAURINE STEVENS 10-120, Newton, Kans., born July 6, 1910; married Jan. 17, 1937, to Lester D. McReynolds. Their children: Maralee Ann McReynolds 11-476, born Dec. 18, 1937; Larry McReynolds 11-476, born April 3, 1940; Judith Dale McReynolds 11-476, born Oct. 21, 1941; Susan Ellen McReynolds 11-476, born Jan. 10, 1943.

477. DONALD LLOYD STEVENS 10-120, Wichita, Kans., born Aug. 8, 1912; married Sept. 18, 1938, to Ion Lundquist. Thier children: Sharon Kay Stevens 11-477, born March 3, 1941; Donald Lloyd Stevens, Jr., 11-477, born Jan. 15, 1944.

478. ARTHUR LELAND STEVENS 10-120, Sabetha, Kans., born April 8, 1916; married Feb. 14, 1943, to Dana Durstine. No children reported.

479. HARRY DALE STEVENS 10-120, Salina, Kans., born July 21, 1922; married May 10, 1945, to Anne Woodbury.

480. ROSEMARY KAPOSIA COOK 9-305, Grand Rapids, Mich., born Oct. 29, 1901, at St. Paul, Minn.; married April 15, 1920, to William L. Stephan. Their children: Caroline Alice Stephan 10-480, born Jan. 6, 1922, married April 5, 1946, to Russell L. Johnson; Henry Lyman Stephan 10-480, born Feb. 11, 1925, died Dec. 19, 1935.

481. MABEL HUBBELL 10-399, born Jan. 26, 1891; married April 1, 1907, to Albert Bauman. Their children: (1) Albert Bauman, Jr., 11-481, born Feb. 24, 1908, married March 14, 1944, to Mrs. Irene Hunt, and they have a daughter, born May 28, 1945; (2) Thelma Anita Bauman 11-461, born Jan. 6, 1910; (3) Cecil Bauman 11-481, born Jan. 1, 1912.

482. LUCY ELLEN BARNES 9-31, Silverton, Oregon, born Dec. 20, 1892; married at Pine City, Minn., June 17, 1915, to Franklin Hezekiah Dederick. Their children: William Franklin Dederick 10-482, born July 7, 1916, died Feb. 3, 1917; Charles Dederick 10-482-576; Frances Dederick 10-482-577; Frank H. Dederick 10-482, Silverton, Ore., born Feb. 28, 1928.

483. RENA MAE BARNES 9-31, born Dec. 14, 1895; married to Claude Kirkendall Their children: Ruchard J. Kirkendall 10-483, at Seattle, Wash., born Jan 18, 1923; Curtiss F. Kirkendall 10-483, Seattle, Wash., born Jan. 30, 1924; Claude Kirkendall died and Rena later married Harold Marshall Nov. 18, 1941, from whom she was divorced, 1943 ,and married Elmer Walker, Aug. 26, 1944.

484. HERBERT ARNOLD BARNES 9-31, Silverton, Ore., born June 8, 1898, married May 17, 1924, to Ann J. Daling. Their children: Richard Barnes 10-484, born April 26, 1925; Lois Barnes 10-484, born Oct. 29, 1927; Robert Barnes 10-484, born Feb. 3, 1930.

485. LILLIAN RUSSELL BARNES 9-31, born March 8, 1901; married Jan. 18, 1920, to William B. Monette.

486. ROBERT ELSMERE BARNES 9-31, born Feb. 3, 1904; married May, 1933, to Amy Cooper and in 1946 was serving in the regular army of the U.S. They have a daughter Joane Barnes 10-486, born Jan. 8, 1935.

487. JAMES LEONARD BARNES 9-31, San Jose, Calif., born Dec. 25, 1912, married June 11, 1934, to Patricia J. Garcia. They have a daughter, Clarice Verna May Barnes, 10-487, born Feb. 12, 1935.

488. SAMUEL ROBERT RORRISON 9-32, born Sept. 25, 1891; married June 27, 1926, to Esther Simonds. They have a daughter, Marjorie Rorrison 10-488, born July 1, 1929, and live at [address omitted], Seattle, Wash.

489. LAWRENCE PRESCOTT RORRISON 9-32, Palmer, Alaska, born Sept. 16, 1894; married March 20, 1921, to Vera Morgan. Their children: Lawrence Dale Rorrison 10-489, born April 10, 1922; Betty Lou Rorrison 10-489, born Oct. 19, 1927.

490. ALICE L. RORRISON 9-32, [address omitted], San Fransisco, Calif., born Aug. 10, 1906; married Dec. 2, 1931, to Gerald Austin and later divorced, resuming her maiden name. No children. Alice is a graduate nurse, holding a master's degree from the University of Minnesota and is commissioned in the U.S. Public Health Service.

491. JAMES WELLINGTON PETTIJOHN 7-179, born March 2, 1838; died March 21, 1890; married 1865 to Louisa Williams and lived at Rinard, Ill. Their children: Granville W. 8-491-492; Della 8-491, born Nov. 29, 1865, died Aug. 26, 1937, married Fred Neff; Olive 8-491-493.

492. GRANVILLE W. PETTIJOHN 8-491, born May 7, 1870, died Jan. 30, 1943, married 1897 to Sadie Porter who in 1946 lived at [address omitted], Seattle, Wash. Their children: Zelma Fay 9-492, born April 22, 1898, died May 24, 1924; Granville Porter 9-492, born Dec. 5, 1901; Louise Edna 9-492, born June 12, 1904.

493. OLIVE PETTIJOHN 8-491, Rinard, Ill., born Aug. 24, 1868, married to Fred Miller. Their children: Edna Earl Miller 9-493-494; Luther Miller 9-493-497; Glenn Miller 9-493-498.

494. EDNA EARL MILLER 9-493, Rinard, Ill., born Sept. 12, 1892, married Sept. 12, 1914, to milo Fugate. Their children: Gerald Fugate 10-494-495; Wayne Fugate 10-494-496; Marjorie Fugate 10-494-, born Aug. 28, 1931.

495. GERALD FUGATE 10-494, born Jan. 23, 1916; married May 29, 1941, to Thelma Robertson. One duaghter, Nancy Fugate, 11-495, born Sept. 11, 1944.

496. WAYNE FUGATE 10-494, born April 16, 1918, married Feb. 17, 1941, to Ora Fullington. One duaghter, Joan Fugate 11-496, born Feb. 5, 1942.

497. LUTHER MILLER 9-493, Rinard, Ill., born Sept. 2, 1894, married June 1917 ,to Edna Mitchell. Their children: Guida Miller 10-497, born Jan. 4, 1921; Leland Miller 10-497-500.

498. GLENN MILLER 9-493, Rinard, Ill., born Jan. 14, 1902, married May 8, 1923, to Edna Miller. Their children: Clarion Miller 10-498-499; Carlyn Miller 10-498, born July 19, 1927.

499. CLAIRON MILLER 10-498, born May 8, 1924, married Aug. 1945, to Velma Imogene Burgess.

500. LELAND MILLER 10-497, born Feb. 17, 1924, married Dec. 1945, to Helen Ulm.

501. HULDAH HUBBELL 10-473, born Jan. 30, 1894; married first Oct. 10, 1911, to Frank Rose, and by him had a son, Elmer Delbert Rose 11-501, born Sept. 10, 1912 ,and lived at Dayton, Wash. Huldah and Frank Rose were divorced and on Dec. 19, 1917, Huldah was married to Sidney W. Hinchliffe and in 1946 lived at Waitsburg, Wash. Their children: Dolores R. Hinchliffe 11-501-502; Donald S. Hinchliffe 11-501, born June 6, 1922, at Waitsburg, Wash.; Dan Wayne Hinchliffe 11-501, born July 31, 1926, at Dayton, Wash.

502. DOLORES R. HINCHLIFFE 11-501, born March 18, 1919, at Dayton, Wash., married Dec. 3, 1937, to Lloyd H. Hoxie, born March 10, 1908. They had a daughter Ladana Joan Hoxie 12-502, born July 26, 1941, at Philipsburg, Mont.

503. ELIZABETH PETTYJOHN 7-408, lived at Manhattan Beach, Calif., was born Feb. 8, 1847, died June 9, 1930; married March 15, 1862, to George W. Roland. Their children: Daisy R. Roland 8-503, born Oct. 14, 1863, died Oct. 14, 1863; Everett M. Roland 8-503-525; Louis J. Roland 8-503, born Feb. 15, 1865, left home while a young man and was not heard form since; George V. Roland 8-503, born Oct. 3, 1867, married Nov. 9, 1904, to MAry Noe; Cecil Clyde Roland 8-503, born Feb. 1, 1872, died April 25, 1884; Lizzie C. Roland 8-503, born July 14, 1873, died Oct. 18, 1875; C. Bert Roland 8-503-526; Thomas Clark Roland 8-503-527; Rose E. Roland 8-503, born June 25, 1885, married July 30, 1904, to George H. Jones.

504. WILLIAM C. PETTYJOHN 7-408, born Jan. 11, 1849, died Nov. 5, 1894; married in spring of 1882 to Melissa Weaver and had a daughter, Minnie B. 8-504, born Sept. 30, 1886, and married Oct. 30, 1920, to Clarence Curry, and lived at Ilwaco, Wash.

505. CECELIA PETTYJOHN 7-408, born Dec. 25, 1854, died March 21, 1930; married Oct. 8, 1873, to James W. Fidler. Their children: John J. Fidler 8-505-528; Maude Fidler 8-505-529; Bliss D. Fidler 8-505-530; Julian C. Fidler 8-505-525, born Jan. 5, 1886, married June 8, 1906, to Lizzie Roland 9-525, and lived at Dallas, Ore.

506. MELLIE PETTYJOHN 7-408, born Aug. 8, 1859, died Aug. 4, 1939; married July 28, 1880, to W. Louis Yates. Their children: Annie C. Yates 8-506, married Nov. 5, 1899, to Edward Gray; Louise A. Yates 8-506, married July 16, 1904, to James A. Christy; Sarah A. Yates 8-506, married Nov. 3, 1906, to Harry C. Lukes; Mae L. Yates 8-506, married March 22, 1908, to Jos P. Bem; Ethel M. Yates 8-506, married July 8, 1916, to Leland J. Dethlefson.

507. HAROLD NELSON PETTIJOHN 9-416, born April 30, 1902, married May 12, 1922, to Regina Yokum. Their children: William Charles 10-507, born March 23, 1924; Olive 10-507, born June 15, 1927, married 1945 to Everett Orvis at Hinckley, Minn.

508. LURA IRENE PETTIJOHN 9-416, born Dec. 13, 1906, married Nov. 5, 1925, to Glen Tucker. Their children: Elizabeth Agnes Tucker 10-508, born Aug. 23, 1926, married April 25, 1946, to Rev. Keith Hume of West Des Moines, Iowa; Gen Grham Tucker 10-508, born June, 1928; William Ray Tucker 10-508, born April 6, 1930; Kathleen Star Tucker 10-508, born Nov. 17, 1937.

509. LOREN IVENE PETTIJOHN 9-416, born Dec. 13, 1906, married Juy 20, 1928 to Lucetta Brubaker Their chidren: June Ellen 10-509, brn at Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 19, 1928; Janett 10-509, born at Des Moines, Iowa, May 2, 1929; Jackie 10-509 born 1933; Jo Ann 10-509, born 1935.

510. VERA DOROTHY PETTIJOHN 9-416, born Aug. 4, 1909; married March 4, 1927, to Harold Brown. Their children: Barbara Jean Brown 10-510, born May 21, 1931; Harold L. Brown 10-510, born March 5, 1933; Robert Ray Brown 10-510, born April 1935; George Brown 10-510, born Oct. 1937, died in automobile accident at Burlington, Iowa, July 2, 1940.

511. CHARLES MARION PETTIJOHN 9-416, born Jan. 1, 1919, married June 20, 1939, to Kathleen Dorsey. Their children: Charles Richard 10-511, born Dec. 6, 1939; Donald Lee 10-511, born May 31, 1943; Larry Dean 10-511, born Aug. 23, 1945.

512. RUTH ARLENE PETTIJOHN 9-416, born Dec. 5, 1923, married July 10, 1941, to Garfield Heitman at Des Moines, Iowa; Their children: John Garfield Heitman 10-512, born Nov. 9, 1941; Patricia Arlene Heitman 10-512, born Dec. 9, 1942; Robert Ray Heitman 10-512, born Jan. 21, 1945.

513. SAMUEL HURST 9-456, born about 1860, died in May, 1931, married about 1877 to Anthy Collins. Their children: Stella Hurst 10-513-514; Susie Hurst 10-513-515; Lola Hurst 10-513-516; Henry Hurst 10-513-517; Zeek Hurst 10-513-518; Harmon Hurst 10-513-519; Abner Hurst 10-513, born Jan. 11, 1891, died Dec. 16, 1918; Albert Hurst 10-513-520; Grant Hurst 10-513-521.

514. STELLA HURST 10-513, born Oct. 30, 1878, married John Luellen. Their children: Lola 11-514; Henry 11-514; Dan 11-514; Beulah 11-514; Sam 11-514; Lige 11-514; Golda 11-514; Cora 11-514; Sylvia 11-514; Lydia 11-514.

515. SUSIE HURST 10-513, born Oct. 27, 1880; married James Hitchcock. Their children: Sam Hitchcock 11-515, born Jan. 5, 1900; Fred Hitchcock 11-515; Earl Hitchcock 11-515; Ruth Hitchcock 11-515; Ruby Hitchcock 11-515; Hazel Hitchcock 11-515; Arto Hitchcock 11-515; Glen Hitchcock 11-515; Thelma Hitchcock 11-515, born Sept. 27, 1924.

516. LOLA HURST 10-513, born Jan. 18, 1883, died March 1, 1908; married John Lathrope. They have a daughter Lottie Lathrope 11-516, born March 15, 1907.

517. HENRY HURST 10-513, born April 19, 1884, married Parlee Massey. Their children: Homer Hurst 11-517, born March 29, 1907; Ava Hurst 11-517; Bernie Hurst 11-517; Faye Hurst 11-517; Adamae Hurst 11-517; Ernest Hurst 11-517, born Jan. 6, 1924; Shirley Hurst 11-517, born June 20, 1926; Wanda Hurst 11-517, born Oct. 14, 1928; Jeanne Hurst 11-517, born Jan. 5, 1931.

518. ZEEK HURST 10-513, born Sept. 4, 1886, died Oct. 18, 1918.

519. HARMON HURST 10-513, born March 1, 1888, married Aug. 26, 1914, to Delphia Smith. Their children: Raymond Hurst 11-519 born May 23, 1915; Lester Hurst 11-519, born Sept. 17, 1917; Veta Hurst 11-519, born Nov. 14, 1919; Ray Hurst 11-519, born March 7, 1922; Bill Hurst 11-519, born June 7, 1924; Grace Hurst 11-519, born April 1, 1928; John Hurst 11-519, born July 7, 1932.

520. ALBERT HURST 10-513, born Sept. 5, 1892, died March 11, 1936; married Martha Alexander. Their children: Velmer Hurst 11-520, born May 31, 1916; Zella Hurst 11-520; born May 4, 1918.

521. GRANT HURST 10-513, born May 20, 1896; married Anna Collins. They have a daughter Marie Hurst 11-521, born May 11, 1918.

522. EMILY HURST 10-468, born Dec. 1, 1894; died Jan. 31, 1945; married Oct. 1915, to Robert Uhlman. Their children: Robert Uhlman, Jr., 11-522, born Feb. 26, 1917; Earl Uhlman 11-522, born May 12, 1917; Marie Uhlman 11-522, born Jan. 7, 1927.

523. BELLE HURST (Ellen) 10-468, born Aug. 11, 1896; married Sept. 1, 1917, to Walter Uhlman. Their children: Edward Uhlman 11-523, born May 25, 1920; Shirley Jean Uhlman 11-523, born July 20, 1930; Phyllis Pearl Uhlman 11-523, born March 8, 1936; Willis Paul Uhlman 11-523, born Dec. 11, 1939.

524. THEODORE HURST 10-468, born May 11, 1900; married Aug. 17, 1923, to Dortha Bunch. Their children: Agnes Hurst 11-524, born May 31, 1924; Anna Lou Hurst 11-524, born April 16, 1926; Ella May Hurst 11-524, born May 12, 1932; James William Hurst 11-524, born Sept. 28, 1934; Bertha Sharon Hurst 11-524, born March 29, 1943.

525. EVERETT M. ROLAND 8-503, born Oct. 14, 1863, married Aug. 27, 1885, to Della Ronco. Their children: Lizzie Roland 9-525, born Aug. 27, 1886, married June 8, 1906, to Julian C. Fidler, 8-505; :Lulu Roland 9-525, born Feb. 25, 1889, married May 9, 1905, to Delbert Thomas; Ada Roland 9-525, born May 31, 1891, married in Aug. 1908, to Earnest Marquardt; Lily Roland 9-525, born April 14, 1894, married June 25, 1911, to John Lankford.

526. C. BERT ROLAND 8-503, Tacoma, Wash., born Oct. 11, 1876, married 1925 to Rosalie Ringerson. Their children: Louis Roland 9-526, born Feb. 9, 1926, and Rita Roland 9-526, born Feb. 11, 1927.

527. THOMAS CLARK ROLAND 8-503, born April 4, 1882, married June 9, 1906, to Hannah Roberts who died April 21, 1911, and by her had Robert Roland 9-527, born in 1907; Gracie May Roland 9-527, born in 1909; and Evelyn Roland 9-527, born in 1910. For his second wife Thomas took ------------- and by her had Mary Violet Roland 9-527, born May 24, 1913; Elizabeth Blessing Roland 9-527, born Dec. 12, 1914; and Ernest Floyd Roland 9-527, born Aug. 17, 1916.

528. JOHN J. FIDLER 8-505, born Sept. 16, 1874, married Oct. 15, 1899, to Rose Francis and by him had Herschel William Fidler 9-528, born May 12, 1901, who married Mabel Lind; and John Francis Fidler 9-528, born Feb. 7, 1903, who married Ersula Dodd July 18, 1930. After the death of Rose, John was married Oct. 25, 1914, to Laura Wiles, and lived at Jantzen Beach, Portland, Ore.

529. MAUDE FIDLER 8-505, born Jan. 15, 1876; married Oct. 30, 1898, to James Blackwell. Their children: Archie Lee Blackwell 9-529, born Feb. 25, 1901, died Aug. 23, 1916; James Franklin Blackwell 9-529-570. Maude (529) and James Blackwell were divorced and Maude later married Dr. H. C. Epley, March 8, 1938, and lived at Jefferson, Ore.

530. BLISS D. FIDDLER 8-505, born Feb. 7, 1878; married April 11, 1900, to Nellie Dungan. Their children: Ruth Fidler 9-530, born April 11, 1901, died April 12, 1901; Mervin Fidler 9-530, born March 18, 1902, married Nov. 18, 1926, to Lucille Davis; George Fidler 9-530, born June 6, 1908, died Dec. 27, 1913. The family lived at Jefferson, Ore.

531. WARREN JAMES HOLMES 9-456, born Oct. 12, 1897; married Sept. 8, 1923, to Edith Woods. Their children: Philip James Holmes 10-531, born May 25, 1924; Dorothy LaWave Holmes 10-531, born Feb. 24, 1926; Beverly Elvira Holmes 10-531, born Nov. 17, 1927; Fredric Wayne Holmes 10-531, born Jan. 2, 1930; Barbara Holmes 10-531, born Sept. 15, 1933; Franklyn Cletus Holmes 10-531, born Feb. 15, 1935. The family lived at Kirby, Mont.

532. ANNA LENORA HOLMES 9-45, born Sept. 21, 1901, married in Sept. 1924, to Eugene Cook and lived at Zillah, Wash. Their children: Vivian Jean Cook 10-532, born Oct. 7, 1926, married in 1944 to Charles Wood; June Lenora Cook 10-532, born June 2, 1929; Christina Ann Cook 10-532, born March 16, 1945.

533. LESTER THADDEUS HOLMES 9-455, born Dec. 15, 1908, married Feb. 14, 1937, to Mildred Crooks, and lived at Easton, Wash. Their children: Scott Lester Holmes 10-533, born Dec. 11, 1938; Larry Holmes 10-533, born June 25, 1940; James Holmes 10-523, born July 4, 1941; Catherine Holmes 10-533, born May 29, 1943.

534. CLAY ALLISON HOLMES 9-455, born Oct. 31, 1904, married June 10, 1940, to Leona Harden. Their children: Lavera Holmes 10-534, born Feb. 24, 1943; Paul Holmes 10-534, born Jan. 5, 1945. They lived at Zillah, Wash.

535. ROBERT BRUCE HOLMES 9-455, born July 6, 1919, married Oct. 31, 1940, to Beverly Crooks, and lived at Tonasket, Wash. Their children: Bruce Wayne Holmes 10-535, born Dec. 25, 1942, at Omak, Wash.; Stephen Holmes 10-535, born Aug. 31, 1943, at Bakersfield, Calif.

536. EVERETT RUSSELL HOLMES 10-469, born Jan. 3, 1920, married Nov. 30, 1940, to Dolly Silverthorn. Their children: Gerald Stuart Holmes 11-536, born Aug. 3, 1942; Kathleen Everal Holmes 11-536, born Sept. 23, 1945.

537. EVELYN HOLMES 10-469, born Aug. 27, 1923, married Jan. 21, 1940, to Charles Clifford Silverthorn. Their children: Charles Russell Silverthorn 11-537, born April 25, 1941, died Aug. 24, 1945; Gary Eugene Silverthorn 11-537, born June 12, 1942; Joseph Clifford Silverthorn 11-537, born July 6, 1944.

538. IRIS MAY HOLMES 10-470, born Nov. 12, 1925, married Dec. 25, 1943, to Guy Preston. Their child, a daughter, Linda Lou Preston, 11-538, born Sept. 1945.

539. MAURICE LOYAL HUGGINS 10-204, [address omitted], Rochester, N.Y., born Sept. 19, 1897, at Berkeley, Cal., married June 12, 1928, to Dorothy B. Gettell, daughter of Prof. Raymond Garfield Gettell. Their children: Robert Alan Huggins 11-539, born March 26, 1929; David Glenn Huggins 11-539, born Oct. 2, 1932.

540. TINY GOLDSMITH WILLIAMS 8-442, Coos Bay, Ore., born Nov. 5, 1878, married three times, first, Nov. 9, 1898, to William Ray and by him had these children: William Dell Ray 9-540-571; Harold Edwin Ray 9-540-572; Glen Stanley Ray 9-540-573; Samuel Tilton Ray 9-540, born Nov. 26, 1906; Minnie Pecola Ray 9-540, born June 6, 1910; Marjorie Ann Ray 9-540-574. Tiny and William Ray were divorced in April, 1914, and for her second husband Tiny took P. Comadore Hereford May 9, 1918, and by him had a son, Perry Calhoun Hereford 9-540-575. The marriage to Mr. Hereford having terminated, Tiny on Nov. 24, 1924, took Harry Griffin for her third husband.

541. ERNEST E. SMITH 9-443, Portland, Ore., born March 11, 1889, married 1913, to Ethel Lansing, died March 1925. Their children: (1) Lois Joy Smith 10-541, Portland, Ore., born 1917, married Robert Hill and had several children, among them being Joy Hill 11-541, and Robert Hill 11-541; (2) Vernon Smith 10-541, married and had several children; (3) Beryl Smith 10-541, married and, perhaps among others, had a daughter, Bonita; (4) Stanley Smith 10-541, born 1923, died 1925.

542. JAMES BYRON WILLIAMS 8-442, born Jan. 10, 1877, married Mary Pricket. Their children: Amos Williams 9-542; Esther Williams 9-542.

543. CLAUDE WILLIAMS 8-442, born Aug. 28, 1881, at Hamlin, N.D.; married Jessie Mosley in 1908, she having been born Aug. 16, 1889. In 1946 they lived at Oroville, Wash. Their children: Ralph Williams 9-543-558; Howard Williams 9-543-557; Alice Williams 9-543-558; Dorothy Williams 9-543, born July 8, 1915, died at age of 3 months; Charles Williams 9-543-559; Earsel Williams 9-543-560; Leroy Williams 9-543-561; Barie Williams 9-543-578; Edna Williams 9-543-562; Betty Williams 9-543, born March 5, 1930.

544. EARL LEICESTER SMITH 9-443, born Nov. 4, 1891; married July 4, 1926, to Lena Farrier and in 1946 lived at Waldport, Ore. Their children: Velma Smith 10-544; Virgil Smith 10-544.

545. ADA COY SMITH 9-443, born June 16, 1893; married July 22, 1911, to Roy Rogers and in 1946 lived at [address omitted], Bellingham, Wash. Their children: Rose Lucille Rogers 10-545, born June 13, 1912, married Glen Smith of Sunnyside, Wash.; Ruth Louise Rogers 10-545, born March 2, 1915, died July 13, 1923; Donald Roy Rogers 10-545, born Oct. 10, 1918, married Jan. 7, 1941, to Winnefred Buchanan.

546. ABBIE LAURA SMITH 9-443, born Nov. 20, 1895, married in June, 1914, to Bruce Tyrrell. Their children: Helen Louise Tyrrell 10-546, born Nov. 1917; Gail Harriet Tyrrell 10-546-549; Abbie Laura and Bruce Tyrrell were divorced in 1923 and she later married James A. McKeon in 1925.

547. MARY ANNA SMITH 9-443, born June 25, 1898, married in 1915, to Earl Shaw. Their children: Mary Jane Shaw 10-547, born in 1916, married to Neil Jackson; Laura De Etta Shaw 10-547, married James Snipes; Darwin Shaw 10-547; Mary Ann and Earl Shaw were divorced and she thereafter married Arthur Powell.

548. AMOS CALENDAR SMITH 9-443, born Dec. 26, 1902, died July 3, 1945, married to Cora Haden.

549. GAIL HARRIET TYRRELL 10-546, born Aug. 1919, married 1939 , to Herman Schenk. Their children: Daniel James Schenk 11-549, born Oct. 1942; Randy Gail Schenk 11-549, born April 1944.

550. MAUDE ETHELDRA SHERMAN 9-443, born July 5, 1887; married Oct. 4, 1904, to Arthur Harper; divorced in 1909 and later, March 6, 1928, married to Charles Jenkins and in 1946, lived at Cornelius, Ore.

551. HAZEL DELL MYRTLE WILLIAMS 8-442, born Jan. 6, 1884, at Milnor, N.D.; married April 18, 1912, to Ivison A. Rutledge and in 1946 lived at Riverside, Wash. Their children: Anna Frances Rutledge 9-551-603; Olive Grace Rutledge 9-551-604; Hazel Bernice Rutledge 9-551-605.

552. JOHN ARDEN HARVARD 10-451, Ten Sleep, Wyo., born Nov. 13, 1918; married Sept. 21, 1945, to Cora Smith of Prosser, Wash.

553. ARCHIE LEWIS HARVARD 10-451, Worland, Wyo., born Dec. 31, 1919; married Dec. 9, 1941, to Pauline Waln. Their children: Henry Lewis Harvard 11-553, was born April 9, 1944.

554. IONA MAE HARVARD 10-451, Worland, Wyo., born Aug. 11, 1922; married Dec. 19, 1942, to Chancy Sutherland.

555. HELEN LAUNA HARVARD 10-451, born Aug. 12, 1924; married May, 1944, to James L. Dreon and lived at [address omitted], Oakland, Calif.

556. RALPH WILLIAMS 9-543, born Oct. 16, 1909, married in 1932 to Ruby Colbert and lived at Republic, Wash., in 1946. Their children: Darline Williams 10-556; Lynn Williams 10-556.

557. HOWARD WILLIAMS 9-543, born April 29, 1911.

558. ALICE WILLIAMS 9-543, born Nov. 18, 1912, married June 1933, to Lorel Kelly. Their children: Marvin Kelly 10-558; Melvin Kelly 10-558. For her second husband Alice took William Thompson and lived at [address omitted], Buhl, Idaho.

559. CHARLES WILLIAMS 9-543, born Dec. 27, 1913; married Jan. 1, 1942, to Arloa Burbank and lived at Tonasket, Wash. Their children: Dwain Williams 10-559, born in Dec. 1943, died Dec. 20, 1944. Lary Williams 10-559, born Jan. 2, 1945; Carol Williams 10-559, born June 4, 1946.

560. EARSEL WILLIAMS 9-543, born July 8, 1916; married to Lillian Marks and lived at Oroville, Wash. Their children: Gerald Williams 10-560, born Oct. 5, 1944; Sharon Williams 10-560, born July 22, 1946.

561. LAROY WILLIAMS 9-543, born Nov. 15, 1921; married Aug. 11, 1941, to Irene Beeman and lived at Loomis, Wash. Their children: Bennie Rae Williams 10-561, born July 13, 1942; Gwyn Williams 10-561, born Nov. 1, 1943; Lavon Williams 10-561, born Oct. 20, 1944; Monte Williams 10-561, born Jan. 28, 1946.

562. EDNA WILLIAMS 9-543, born June 21, 1926; married July 18, 1945, to Leroy Thorp and lived at Omak, Wash.

563. RACHEL PETTIJOHN 8-385, born 1839, in Illinois, and went with her parents to Texas, married Dr. B. F. Middleton, lived in Bastrop county, Texas, and had a daughter Sarah H. G. Middleton, born in 1859.

564. SAMUEL EUGENE PETTIJOHN 9-388, born July, 1873, in Bastrop county, Texas, died June 3, 1905; married Sept. 3, 1898, to Mattie Sloma Jones, born Jan. 12, 1883. Their children: Addie Leona 4-564-565; Woodie Ervin 4-564-566; Otha Monroe 4-564, born in Fisher county, Texas, July 25, 1903, died Jan. 28, 1906.

565. ADDIE LEONA PETTIJOHN 4-564, born Oct. 27, 1899, in Mills county, Texas, married at Roby, Texas, Jan. 16, 1916, to Leonard Jessie Kinsey, born June 2, 1894. Their children: Sylvia Lorena Kinsey 5-565-568; Lillian Lullene Kinsey 5-565-569; Helen Laderria Kinsey, born in Fisher county, Texas, May 27, 1926, died June 8, 1926; Jessie Ray Kinsey 5-565, born in Roby, Texas, Aug. 16, 1927, died Aug. 10, 1928; Leonard John Kinsey 5-565, born at Roby, Texas, Nov. 13, 1930.

566. WOODIE ERVIN PETTIJOHN 4-564, born Oct. 14, 1900, in Comanche county, Texas, married Aug. 3, 1922 to Mary Juanita Barrett, born at Anson, Texas, July, 1902. Their children: Anna Juana 5-566, born Sept. 9, 1923, married Sept. 10, 1945, to Don Ashley, born May 26, 1917; Bobbie Ervin 5-566, born at Anson, Texas, July 27, 1925.

567. DERWENT STRIPLIN PETTIJOHN 4-393, born in Comanche county, Texas, Aug. 7, 1911, married Thelma Lee. Their children: Verna Joyce 5-567, born Sept. 21, 1931; Walter Glen 5-567, born Dec. 21, 1932; Patricia Ann 5-567, born Jan. 21, 1942.

568. SYLVIA LORENA KINSEY 5-565, born in Fisher county, Texas, June 20, 1917, married at Sweetwater, Texas, Aug. 4, 1934, to Walter Talmedge Dunn, born Feb. 18, 1914. Their children: Marty Hoyle Dunn 6-568, born at Portates, N.M., June 16, 1935; Dolores Elane Dunn 6-568, born at Portates, N.M., March 15, 1938; Barbara Gene Dunn 6-568, born at Portates, N.M., Nov. 11, 1940.

569. LILLIAN LULLENE KINSEY 6-565, born in Fisher county, Texas, Nov. 16, 1922, married at Roby, Texas, Aug. 22, 1942, to George Rayford Knight, born July 10, 1922. They have Aubrey Rayford Knight 6-569, born at Rotan, Texas, June 17, 1943.

570. JAMES FRANKLIN BLACKWELL 9-529, born Nov. 14, 1902, married June 23, 1928, to Leah Epperly, born at Kerby, Ore., Nov. 15, 1908. Their children: Barbara Louise Blackwell 10-570, born at Toledo, Ore., Jan. 10, 1934; Jimmy Alford Blackwell 10-570, born at Jefferson, Ore., Aug. 23, 1935.

571. WILLIAM DELL RAY 9-540, born Oct. 23, 1900, married Feb. 2, 1928, to Irene Smith. They had a daughter, Carmin Ray.

572. HAROLD EDWIN RAY 9-540, born Jan. 4, 1903, married first, March 1927, to Ada M. Nixon, and by her had a son, William Harold Ray, born Oct. 14, 1931, divorced March 1944, and May 26, 1945, married Elsie Straight and had a son by her.

573. GLEN STANLEY RAY 9-540, born Sept. 16, 1904, married Sept., 1927, to June Hill. Their children: Jacquelyn Hazel Ray 10-573, born July 24, 1928; Joann Illa Ray 10-573, born Dec. 29, 1931; Rosalee Ann Ray 10-573, born April 26, 1936.

574. MARJORIE ANN RAY 9-540, born Feb. 2, 1913, married Sept. 6, 1932, to Harold Gerhard and by him had a daughter, Shirley Gerhard 10-574, born Jan. 21, 1934.

575. PERRY CALHOUN HEREFORD 9-540, born March 21, 1919, married Oct. 1939, to Marjorie Jennings. Their children: Robert Perry Herford 10-575, born July 6, 1940; Peggie Ann Hereford 10-575, born Feb. 4, 1942; Juddy Lee Herford 10-575, born Jan. 23, 1945. As will be noted, this family has dropped one of the "E's" from the name spelling.

576. CHARLES DEDERICK 10-482, [address omitted], Seattle, Wash., born April 9, 1918, married June 24, 1946, to Frances Brandner.

577. FRANCES DEDERICK 10-482, [address omitted], Seattle ,Wash., born Aug. 14, 1919; married May 24, 1940, at Bothell, Wash., to Warren Howard. They have a son, Warren R. Howard 11-577, born Dec. 24, 1942.

578. BARIE WILLIAMS 9-543, [address omitted], Seattle, Wash., born June 30, 1924, married Sept. 17, 1941, to Elmer LeRoy Colbert. Their son, Dale LeRoy Colbert, was born March 21, 1945.

579. GEORGE ALLPHIN CAREY 9-261, born July 8, 1884; married April 26, 1912; to Mary J. Curtis. Their children: Juanita Marie Carey 10-579-580; Jessie Louise Carey 10-579-581; George Leonard Carey 10-579, born April 2, 1917, at Cape Girardeau, Mo., and was in the U.S. army from May 19, 1941, to Sept. 28, 1945, and was wounded in action in the Philippines; Charles Howard Carey 10-579, born Feb. 28, 1920, at Carthage, Mo., and served in U.S. army from Dec. 17, 1941, to Sept. 5, 1945; was in the Italian campaign and attained the rank of Sr. Sgt.; Ruth Etta Carey 10-579-582; Richard Irwin Carey 10-579, born July 8, 1924, at Paducah, Ky., served in the U.S. Signal Corps from Oct. 11, 1942, to Nov. 30, 1945, attaining the rank of Tech. Sgt.; Anna May Carey 10-579, born May 15, 1929, at St. Louis, Mo.

580. JUANITA MARIE CAREY 10-579, born Feb. 2, 1913, at Keokuk, Iowa, married Nov. 11, 1934 ,to Eugene Wm. Fagyal. Their children: Patricia Ann Fagyal, 11-580, born Sept. 2, 1935; Eugene Wm. Fagyal, Jr. 11-580, born April 17, 1938; John Curtis Fagyal 11-580, born April 8, 1939.

581. JESSIE LOUISE CAREY 10-579, born Feb. 5, 1915, at Jaynesville, Wis.; married March 12, 1939, to Clifford Lee Bevins. Their children: Clifford Lee Bevins, Jr., 11-581, born July 4, 1941; Richard Ira Bevins 11-581.

582. RUTH ETTA CAREY 10-579, born March 15, 1922, married Lamar Melvin Douglas. Their daughter, Barbara Jane Douglas 11-582, was born Oct. 7, 1944.

583. JESSIE ETTA CAREY 9-261, born April 26, 1886, at Shenandoah, Iowa; married June 24, 1924, to Walter S. Hatcher at Lihue, Kauai, Ter. Hawaii, and lived at [address omitted], Piedmont, Calif. Their son, Walter S. Hatcher, Jr., was born and died July 25, 1925, at Oakland, Calif.

584. JOHN CHARLES CAREY 9-261, born July 6, 1887, married August 25, 1909, to Margaret Kennedy at Omaha, Neb. Their children, all born at Omaha: Genevieve Virginia Carey 10-584, born Aug. 27, 1910; Richard Whiting Carey 10-584, born Nov. 1, 1912, died Dec. 4, 1918; Kathleen Clare Carey 10-584-585; Hugh A. Carey 10-584-586; Patricia Ann Carey 10-584, born Feb. 21, 1921, married July 30, 1943, to Jack Voris; Betty Jane Carey 10-584-587.

585. KATHLEEN CLARE CAREY 10-584, born March 9, 1916, and married Geo. D. Shanahan. Their children: John Charles Shanahan 10-585, born Aug. 14, 1937; Ellen Shanahan 10-585, born Oct. 16, 1938; David W. Shanahan 10-585, born March 24, 1940; George D. Shanahan 10-585, born Sept. 19, 1941; Patrick M. Shanahan 10-585, born Oct. 24, 1943.

586. HUGH A. CAREY 10-584, born Jan. 4, 1919. Staff Sgt. U.S. Army. Served from May 10, 1942, to Nov. 8, 1945. In Italian campaign. Married Sept. 23, 1944, to Lucille Kapellman, and had a son, Wm. John Carey 11-586, born Sept. 10, 1945.

587. BETTY JANE CAREY 10-584, born Nov. 21, 1923; married June 26, 1943, to Robert Hamilton, Jr., and had a son, Robert Hamilton, III, 11- 587, born April 22, 1944.

588.RICHARD READ CAREY 9-261, born June 30, 1889, at Leott, Kans., married Aug. 15, 1912, to Sylvia Stout, a Salt Lake City, Utah, and by profession was a public accountant. Their children: Richard Wilson Carey 10-588-589; Thomas Alfred Carey 10-588-590; Robert Ritchie Carey 10-588-591; Kenneth Stout Carey 10-588-592; Larene Carey 10-588, staff photographer for San Fransisco Examiner, born June 6, 1925, at Provo Utah; David Elbert Carey 10-588, born May 28, 1927, at Berkeley, Calif., died Feb. 2, 1941, at Salt Lake City, Utah, as the result of rheumatic fever.

589. RICHARD WILSON CAREY 10-588, born March 3, 1913, at Hinckley, Utah. Telephone technician, married Oct. 23, 1937, to Inez Elaine Smith. Their son, Richard William Carey 11-589, was born May 2, 1944, at San Fransisco, Calif.

590. THOMAS ALFRED CAREY 10-588, born Aug. 6, 1915, at Hinckley, Utah. Postal clerk, married April 9, 1938, to Helen Genevieve Grosvenor, daughter of Mabel and Bert Grosvenor, of Dixon, Neb. Volunteered in U.S. navy in Dec. 1942, at Salt Lake City and served at the naval base at San Diego. Their children: Thomas Allen Carey 11-590, born April 2, 1939; Diane Elaine Carey 11-590, born April 2, 1941, both born at Salt Lake City, Utah.

591. ROBERT RITCHIE CAREY 10-588, born March 9, 1919, at Provo, Utah. B.S. in Forestry from A.C. at Logan, Utah. Volunteered in U.S. Marines Jan. 1942, at San Fransisco; commissioned 2nd Lt. in Samoa in 1943, in Battles of Eniwetock Atolls and Guam; 1st Lt. after Eniwetock action; won bronze medal on Guam and served as battalion quartermaster of Second Bn.; 22 Marines, 6th Div.

592. KENNETH STOUT CAREY 10-588, born Sept. 17, 1922, at Provo, Utah. Volunteered in U.S. army Sept. 1942, and served in the European Operations in Fifth (Victory) Armored Div., First Army until Jan. 1944, then in 9th Army at Hurtgen Forest engagement; wounded Feb. 27, returned to his Div. in April; won Purple Heart; transferred to 2nd Armd., and served as a member of the Honor Guard for Pres. Truman at Potsdam Conference; rank, Staff Sgt.

593.HULDAH N. PETTIJOHN 8-83, born June 8, 1837, in Brown county, Ohio, died sept. 24, 1913, at Carthage, Ill. In April, 1838, when Huldah was less than one year old, her parents moved from Ohio to Schuyler county, Illinois, where they remained but a short time, finally locating in Moultrie county in the eastern part of the state, taking up government land under President Van Buren. Huldah's parents both died within three days of each other. Her aunt, Ruth Pettijohn (82) came out from Ohio and took little Huldah, then about fourteen months old, back with her. Later Ruth, with her parents, settled at Huntsville, Ill., making three ttrips for Huldah in a wagon across the states of Indiana and Illinois. When she was fifteen years old Huldah went to Minnesota where she worked in the Mission under Drs. Rigg and Williamson in a school for the Sioux Indians. She returned to Illinois in 1858, settled up her parent's estate in Moultrie county, attended the Academy in Mechanicsburg, in Sangamon county, Illinois, and taught school. On Jan. 10, 1865, she married James F. Akin at the home of her uncle, James Northcott, in Mechanicsburg and lived at Adrian, Hancock county, Illinois, where their children grew up. Mr. Akin's family was of Irish descent, his grandfather having landed at Philadelphia the day he was two years old. His grandmother's maiden name was Jane Witherspoon. Children of Huldah and James F. Akin: Elias Cooper Akin 9-593, born Nov. 4, 1865, died in Jan. 1866; Fannie Jane Akin 9-593-594; Hannah Naomi Akin 9-593-595; Ruth Miriam Akin 9-593, born June 30, 1869, and lived at Colchester, Ill.; John Homer Akin 9-593-596; Anna Huldah Akin 9-593-597; Mary Rachel Akin 9-593-598; James Franklyn Akin 9-593-600.

594. FANNIE JANE AKIN 9-593, born Dec. 4, 1866; married March 4, 1896, to Wm. Sargent and lived at Carthage, Ill. Their children: Franklyn A. Sargent 10-594-417; Frederick Sargent 10-594-418.

595. HANNAH NAOMI AKIN 9-593, born April 27, 1868; died Aug. 27, 1944, at Carthage, Ill.; married Nov. 27, 1897, to Moses Leavitt Cheney. Their children: Franklyn Leavitt Cheney 10-595-606; Albertine Northcott Cheney 10-595-607; Winnifred Cheney 10-595-608; Helen Cheney 10-595, born Nov. 24, 1904, married Eugene I. Kalney and lived at Los Angeles, Calif.

596. JOHN HOMER AKIN 9-593, born July 4, 1871; married May 9, 1911, to Emilie Jacks and lived at Ottawa, Kans. Thier child, Martha Beatrice Akin, was born March 30, 1912, and died in Dec. 1918.

597. ANNA HULDAH AKIN 9-593, born June 6, 1873; died Jan. 4, 1925, at Rochester, Minn.; married Oct. 30, 1900, to Asa Miller. Thier children: Ruth Hester Miller 10-597-419; Margaret Huldah Miller 10-597-420.

598. MARY RACHEL AKIN 9-593, Colchester, Ill., born Sept. 10, 1877, married Dec. 21, 1910, to Claude T. Cordell. Their children: Elma Alice Cordell 10-598, born Jan. 23, 1912; James William Cordell 10-598, born May 24, 1913; Richard L. Cordell 10-598, born July 25, 1914, served in World War II in 36th Inf. Div. under Gen. Dahlquist in African, Italian, French and German campaigns; Ralph Bertrand Cordell 10-598-599.

599. RALPH BERTRAND CORDELL 10-598, born Jan. 22, 1918, married Aug. 30, 1941, to Harriet Wetzel of Ruston, Ga. Their children: Margaret Jacqueline Cordell 11-599, born April 13, 1943; Ralph Michael Cordell 11-599, born July 26, 1945. Ralph Bertrtand Cordell 599 was a member of the National Guard and served in the U.S. army in Germany in World War II as a radio operator and was discharged in Sept. 1945.

600. JAMES FRANKLYN AKIN 9-593, Ottawa, Kans., born May 13, 1879, married May 7, 1913, to Pearl Martin who died Aug. 3, 1946, with burial at La Harpe, Kans. Their children: Dorothy Akin 10-600, Registered Nurse, born Feb. 14, 1914; Homer Northcott Akin 10-600-601; James F. Akin III, 10-600, born Jan. 21, 1919, served as Ensign in U.S. Naval Air Reserves, married June 17, 1944, to Elenor McIntosh, and have a daughter, Janice Lynn Akin, born Dec. 18, 1945; Winnifred Ruth Akin 10-600, Registered Nurse, U.S. Army Nurses Corps, born May 9, 1920; John Martin Akin 10-600, born Jan 11, 1923, 2nd Lieut. Army Air Corps.

601. HOMER NORTHCOTT AKIN 10-600, born Jan. 18, 1916; married May 29, 1936, to Halen Beal, Their children: Judith Ann Akin 11-601, born May 31, 1939; Janice Adele Akin 10-601, born May 29, 1942; Thomas Northcott Akin 10-601, born March 3, 1945.

602. JACK EDWARD PETTIJOHN 10-389, born Nov. 4, 1920, joined the U.S. navy June 9, 1939 at San Diego, Cal., and while in the navy married March 9, 1946, to Freda May Garnett, born Feb. 12, 1925, at Lancaster, Mass. Their son, Terrell Garnet Pettijohn 11-602, was born Jan. 9, 1947, at Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Md.

603. ANNA FRANCES RUTLEDGE 9-551, born March 10, 1914, married Aug. 25, 1942, to Homer Lee Bedard. Their son, Ronley Rutledge Bedard 10-603, was born Sept. 24, 1943.

604. OLIVE GRACE RUTLEDGE 9-551, born April 3, 1916, married Jan. 1, 1941, to Charles Wesley Gray, Their son, Stephen William Gray 10-604, was born March 3, 1946.

605. HAZEL BERNICE RUTLEDGE 9-551, born Oct. 30, 1918, married Jan. 17, 1942, to Leonard Harry Fleisher. Their daughter, Cherie Dell Fleisher 10-605, was born Sept. 13, 1945.

606. FRANKLYN LEAVITT CHENEY 10-595, born Oct. 24, 1898; married Dorothy, whose family name is unknown to the compiler, and lived at Rogersville, Tenn. Their children: Thomas Cheney 11-606, born Oct. 6, 1932, at Union City, Tenn.; Richard Cheney 11-606, born Oct. 15, 1936, at Morrison, Ill.

607. ALBERTINE NORTHCOTT CHENEY 10-595, born Jan. 20, 1900; married in August, 1930, to Helen Babcock, and lived at Salisbury, N.C. Their children: Paul Cheney 11-607, born May 4, 1931, at Terre Haute, Ind.; Clinton Cheney 11-607, born Aug. 21, 1942, at Salisbury, N.C.

608. WINNIFRED CHENEY 10-595, born March 20, 1901; married to Henry Stahler and lived at Paris, Ill. Their children, both born at Dodge City, Kans.; James Stahler 11-608, born Oct. 8, 1930; Betty Stahler 11-608, born Feb. 22, 1932.

609. LUELIA ALLPHIN 9-258, born Jan. 14, 1877, at Adrian, Ill.; died Jan. 14, 1945, at Macomb, Ill.; married Oct. 1900, to Joseph P. Hesh, who died Nov. 24, 1943. Their children: Claude J. Hesh 10-609-613; Ruth Hesh 10-609, born March 19, 1903, died Sept. 1905, at Macomb, Ill.; Morris F. Hesh, 10-609-614.

610. MARY ADELAIDE ALLPHIN 9-258, born April 3, 1879, at Adrian, Ill.; married Dec. 24, 1903, at Rushville, Ill., to Arthur R. Waddell. Their children: Wayne Webster Waddell 10-610, born Nov. 23, 1904, at Rushville, Ill.; Frances Ellen Wadell 10-610-615; Mildred Ruth Waddell 10-610-616.

611. NELLIE OSCAR ALLPHIN 9-258, born April 3, 1881, at Adrian, Ill.; married at Macomb, Ill., March 9, 1900, to Sterling P. Adams, who died Jan. 11, 1927. Their children, all born at Good Hope, Ill.; Harry Adams 10-611, born May 1, 1901, died May 10, 1901; Harold Adams 10-611, born May 1, 1901, died June 30, 1905; Eleanor Gertrude Adams 10-611-617; William Sterling Adams 10-611-618.

612, EDITH JOSEPHINE ALLPHIN 9-258, born at Leoti, Kans., March 19, 1893; married at Rock Island, Ill., Aug. 27, 1911, to August P. Brown, who died May 18, 1945. Their children: Mary Ellen Brown 10-612-619; Harry Allphin Brown 10-612, born at Macomb, Ill., July 6, 1915, died April 23, 1918; Betty Leoti Brown 10-612-620; Richard Lewis Brown 10-612, born at Chicago, Ill., Jan. 25, 1925; Norma Jean Brown 10-612; born at Macomb, Ill., Nov. 26, 1930; Robert Dale Brown 10-612, born at Macomb, Ill., June 22, 1932.

613. CLAUDE J. HESH 10-609, born July 13, 1901, at Macomb, Ill.; married at Quicy, Ill., Aug. 1928, to Margie McNutt. Their children, all born at Macomb, Ill.; Beverly Hesh 11-613, born May 3, 1929; William Phillippe Hesh 11-613, born April 7, 1931; Janet Sue Hesh 11-613, born Aug. 14, 1940; Julain Hesh 11-613, born Nov. 17, 1942.

614. MORRIS F. HESH 10-609, born Sept. 30, 1904, married at Hamilton, Ill., to Lillian Athey. Their children, born at Macomb, Ill., were: Robert Joseph Hesh 11-614; Mary Lee Hesh 11-614; Sally Hesh 11-614.

615. FRANCES ELLEN WADDELL 10-610, born at Macomb, Ill., Aug. 21, 1908; married Lawerence Donald Beatty. Their children: Stanley Allphin Beatty 11-615, born at Macomb, Ill., April 9, 1931; Kathryn Louise Beatty 11-615, born at Table Grove, Ill., March 28, 1933.

616. MILDRED RUTH WADDELL 10-610, born at Good Hope, Ill., Aug. 21, 1914, married Donald Corbus Hulson. Their children: Robert Wayne Hulson 11-616, born at Peoria, Ill., July 8, 1935; John Henry Hulson 11-616, born at Elmwood, Ill., Feb. 16, 1937; Arthur William Hulson 11-616, born at Peoria, Ill., Sept. 18, 1943.

617. ELEANOR GERTRUDE ADAMS 10-611, born July 21, 1906, married June 29, 1930, at Macomb, Ill., to Charles P. Stage. Their daughter, Dorothy Joan Stage 11-617, was born at Moline, Ill., Feb. 19, 1936.

618. WILLIAM STERLING ADAMS 10-611, born at Monmouth, Ill., Nov. 26, 1913; married July 4, 1934, to Helen Welch. Their children, born at Macomb, Ill., were: Flora Sue Adams 11-618, born Dec. 18, 1935; William Sterling Adams, Jr., 11-618, born June 25, 1938.

619. MARY ELLEN BROWN 10-612, born at Moline, Ill., Oct. 12, 1912; married at Quincy, Ill., Oct. 4, 1931, to Russell Reese. Their daughter Sharen Ray Reese 11-619, was born at Danville, Ill., June 22, 1938.

620. BETTY LEOTI BROWN 10-612, born at Moline, Ill., Aug. 6, 1919; married at Champaign, Ill., to Morrie Schaudt.

 

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