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Rev James Ward, Jr
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Birth: Nov. 15, 1826, USA
Death: Sep. 2, 1862, USA

Husb. of Esther Susan Hoyt, dau. of Dr. Milo Hoyt & Lydia Lowrey; M/o & Father of Darius E.; Lydia Ann; Clara Alice; Henry Julian; & Wm.Wirt Ward. James was murdered by Union Army Cherokees near the Moravian Mission. Esther took their children and Florence, dau. of her dead brother Dr. Hinman B. Hoyt, traveling to West Salem, Illinois to seek refuge. She died there in January, 1864. James & Esther's children eventually returned to Indian Territory; Clara Alice Ward, R.N. pursued a lifelong nursing career.James was the son of James Ward Sr., and nephew of George Ward, Cherokee Nation. 
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  Esther Susan Hoyt Ward (1826 - 1864)*
  Darius Edwin Ward (1854 - 1930)*
  Lydia Ann Ward Chamberlin (1855 - 1882)*
  William W. Ward (1862 - 1905)*
  Henry Julian Ward (1862 - 1933)*
*Calculated relationship
Oaks Cemetery
Delaware County
Oklahoma, USA
Plot: New Springplace
Created by: Patricia Mechling
Record added: Apr 07, 2001
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- Wes T.
 Added: Jul. 30, 2015
JAMES6 WARD, JR, REV (JAMES5, CATHERINE KATIE4 MCDANIEL, GRANNY3 HOPPER, OLD HOP2, A-MA-DO-YA1 MOYTOY) was born November 15, 1826 in Tennessee, and died September 02, 1862. He married ESTHER SUSAN HOYT February 09, 1854, daughter of MILO HOYT and LYDIA LO...(Read more)
 Added: Apr. 19, 2010
letter is to Reverend Bishop, written by Esther (Hoyt) Ward -- the widow of James Ward, Jr. Dated November 11, 1863"As regards my family, we have had but very little trouble, except for needless fears. We have been hiding our things since you left for...(Read more)
- Family descendant
 Added: Apr. 19, 2010
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