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Jim Lavy
RE: Martha Umstott Fuller Eagon 1866-1918
Sherry, You were right about Jesse James Fuller, died in Walla Walla, Washington and buried in Mountain View Cemetery in Walla Walla, he was a son of James Fuller and Martha Umstott. My brother found some info on James Fuller, he was born Aug. 1866 in Virginia but did not find anything else. Can not find him on other records, he searched and found nothing. Still searching. Jim
Added by Jim Lavy on Sep 28, 2014 6:47 PM
Jim Lavy
RE: Martha Umstott Fuller Eagon 1866-1918
Sherry, The only information I have on James Fuller is his marriage to Martha Umstott on 18 Feb 1889 in Tuscarawas County. I found this information in a marriage book at the Stark County Library. They had 4 children; George, Emery, Cora and Jesse. Jesse died in France during World War I. Jim
Added by Jim Lavy on Sep 20, 2014 6:40 PM
RE: Hannah Brisben Welch Cahill
You'll need to ask Sam Cahill. I did not add that reference to the memorial.
Added by Jeanette on Jul 15, 2013 4:40 AM
RE: Martha Harris (# 90945512)
I have to laugh at myself. I went a little farther into my notes and saw brief note from Tallman Tree (in Ancestry) that Robert Antrim's first wife was Mary Hinds, d. 5 Nov 1833. So I assume that she came to Illinois with Robert. One of the stones could be for their infant. But then I'd expect a stone for Mary also, but it could have been elsewhere or lost.
Added by merel on Mar 25, 2013 1:31 PM
RE: Martha Harris (# 90945512)
Hi, thanks. I didn't have Antrim History notes where I could find them, and didn't take time to look up again. Your information makes me think even more that Robert Antrim probably came to Illinois with some of his (first) in-laws. I don't have time to look up Antrim history online just now, but I want to when I get a chance.
Added by merel on Mar 25, 2013 1:13 PM
Martha Harris (# 90945512)
Martha Harris (# 90945512) was a sister of my ancestor James Harris. I'm same person you reached via Ancestry e-mails.

Spencer Ellsworth's book: .
As quoted in FindAGrave, book mentions Nancy on p. 394 (plus a little more on Robert). Nancy Antrim was in Marshall County IL census 1850/60/70 (b. ~1815/16/25 OH). (Also found Robert Antrim in census US 1840 & R Antrim IL 1855. Census 1850 shows him b. ~1802 IN.) I assume (but don't know for sure) that Nancy's brother "Si" was (infamous) "Cy Bowles" [pp. 273, 368-69]. There was also a brief mention of Silas Bowles of Chicago who dedicated a Methodist church in 1854 [p.453], but he seemed to have no fame in Marshall Co. I think I also saw some more on Robert Antrim & spouses in Ancestry family trees. There were other Antrims in Marshall Co. IL (book & census).

Ellsworth shows some Hinds/Hines in Marshall Co. IL. (Note that the book's dates, collected from old settlers, are not always exact.) Peter & Ann (Hines) Barnhart came to IL 1831; sons included (William b.1829 Hamilton Co. OH [p. 679, with list of his 7 brothers and 2 sisters] & Ira b. 1836 Marshall Co. IL [p. 674]). Index also lists Peter Barnhardt p. 095, Barnhart 267 & Peter Barnhart 122-23, 266, 268.

Jane Hinds (b. 1821 OH) md. 1840 James Antrim (b.1808 NJ, came to Marshall Co. 1853) [p. 732].

"Robert Antrim and Peter Barnhart came in 1832 [to Hopewell Township], and settled, the former on his well known place and the latter on what is now the Hancock farm. . . . William Hancock [came] in June 1836, buying Barnhart's claim." [p. 394].

Best wishes. I'd enjoy hearing if you learn more.
Added by merel on Mar 23, 2013 1:12 PM
Please leave message on Ancestry. Family Tree is Robnett/Chalfant Family Tree, Ancestry name is lukerque. I will try to contact you on Ancestry also. LuLu
Added by LuLu on Feb 02, 2013 6:21 PM
Judy Mayfield
Susan Staneart
Hello Sherry,
Yes! you have permission to use my photo's.

Take care
Added by Judy Mayfield on May 19, 2012 4:09 PM
Michelle Woodham
Margaret Ann Waldeck
Oh yes - and she was born in California!
Added by Michelle Woodham on Dec 31, 2011 9:46 PM
Michelle Woodham
Margaret Ann Waldeck
Sherry, I did some checking, and Margaret died in California. The CA death index states that her mother's maiden name is Rodgers. Hope this helps.
Added by Michelle Woodham on Dec 31, 2011 9:45 PM
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