|Death: ||May 1, 1864|
My 3rd great Grandma.
Married 1) Unknown Chapman. Our Grandma must have been a wonderful woman as she is listed in the Chapman genealogy as being a daughter instead of a daughter-in-law; however she is identified as Mrs. Sarah G. Chapman when she married second.
Married 2) Berryman Ragsdale, June 30, 1815 in Scioto Co., OH. Fifteen children (see husband's bio for complete listing of names).
Married 3) John Glass, August 20, 1852 in Carroll Co., KY "...who took her and her children to his farm 18 miles south east of Indianapolis, IN where they were residing at time of her death in 1864. Her husband died there in November 29, 1868. Both are buried in a cemetery five miles north east of Franklin, Johnson Co., IN. She had no issue by him. He, however, had ten children by a previous wife." by Paul Renkow, Ref. Information in the Ira Allen Chapman book.
1830, Age 30-40, Boone Co., KY.
1840, Age 40-50, Boone Co., KY.
1850, Age 45, Dist 2, Carroll Co., KY.
1860, Age 61, Clark, Johnson Co., IN.
Conflicting information as cousin, Floyd D. Ragsdale says "She married a man by the name of John Glass, in Kentucky, after Berryman died. Sarah & Berryman's son, Anderson Ragsdale, married Martha Ann Glass in Carroll Co., KY. They all moved to Johnson Co., IN. Jacob Glass died there and Sarah married again to a man by the name of Teague. She outlived him too."
Berryman Ragsdale (1795 - 1842)*
Newton Ragsdale (____ - 1849)*
Walter W Ragsdale (1822 - 1887)*
William H Ragsdale (1825 - 1894)*
James Madison Ragsdale (1827 - 1899)*
Adaline K Ragsdale Wright (1830 - 1883)*
George C Ragsdale (1835 - 1876)*
Samuel Herman Ragsdale (1838 - 1907)*
Martin Scott Ragsdale (1840 - 1903)*
Created by: Arleta ♥
Record added: Apr 03, 2011
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