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Linda Taute/Summers (#47971634)
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Bio Photo I Am a Daughter of Gerhard Taute an Velma Sims/Taute They addopted me in 1952
my Birth parents where Lewis Samuel Couchman an Verti Sprague Couchman I am researching both familys.
I'm Married to Harold Summers, with 3 children an 2 grandkids. My husband an I travel alot an if I am in your area I will check to see if some one needs a pic an do that for you.
After finding my birth family '37'years it took to find them. on my 40th birthday I found my birth family. I still have contact with both family's.
This all brought me into researching the history on both side's of the family's an when I can I will love to take picture's of your family head stone's. It is important to know something about your family's. Happy Hunting.
Linda Anne Summers.
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Warren Robbins
Yes, I can link them for you. Please go to the edit tabs and submit the info. for me. Thanks for all you do to help fellow researchers on findagrave!!
Added by labs2006 on Aug 14, 2014 9:47 AM
Bette Grimm Thatcher
Marilyn Louise Robbins Prunty
She is on her twice because you must not have checked to see if someone had already added her. I did it in 2010. Do you want to take remove mine?
Added by Bette Grimm Thatcher on Jul 25, 2014 11:33 AM
Linda Brown
RE: hogbins
Hi Linda,
I have been spending some time on and off looking for information about the Hogbin family. I have not found much. I just keep hitting brick walls. Can you give me any names or dates that might help me in my research.

Thanks, Linda
Added by Linda Brown on Jun 24, 2014 10:57 PM
RE: Billings
You're welcome. I also took one of George Billings since he was close if you'd like an updated picture I can post it to this site.
Added by CrystalBranches on Apr 07, 2014 12:50 PM
RE: Billings
I am hoping to go in mid-May and I will be going back to Greenmount. If they are available to select then I will take some for you. It helps to have the locations so please add that information it really speeds up the process and then I can take more pictures. For Warren though, please let me know if you find out more information because I'd like to find him for you.
Added by CrystalBranches on Apr 07, 2014 12:07 PM
RE: Billings
Hi Linda, I hope you enjoy the photo I posted for Warren and Ida. I was not able to find Warren Billings who died in 1928 even with the information on the location. There were some gravestones missing for my family that I will followup on because unfortunately either time or vandals seem to have taken a few (not too many compared to other places) tombstones. This may or may not be the case for Warren. Greenmount is a very nice and clean place so perhaps if you call them they may have some insight. If you'd like, I can send you the originals of the photo I took. The best of luck and let me know if I can be of any additional help. I don't live in the area so it is a visit for me but I plan to go back again in the next two months.
Added by CrystalBranches on Apr 07, 2014 11:47 AM
Linda Brown
RE: hogbins
Hi Linda (nice name),

I have done some looking through books and information that I have and so far I have not found any additional information on Hiram Hogbin. I thought I remembered running across the name Hogbin, but maybe I saw it in something at the library. Unfortunately the oldest local newspaper that the library has on microfilm started in 1869. I don't currently have plans to return to the library right away, but will put Hiram on my list to see if I can find out anything about him when I do go. If you have any other information about the family that might help me with the research, please send that along.

Thanks, Linda
Added by Linda Brown on Nov 04, 2013 10:38 PM
David Anderson
Mattie Belle and other Sims
Hi Linda,

I sent you two emails to your yahoo account address. Check what I sent you and feel free to ask me any other questions. :)

Best regards,

PS No need to apologize, I have been busy as well, taking care of my wife's parents and my mother, all in their 90s, makes for very busy days.
Added by David Anderson on Sep 25, 2013 11:45 AM
David Anderson
Phylinda Cady's family
Here is what I have on Phylinda's family. Not much, but hope it helps. :)

Best regards,

1 Horace "Henry" CADY
Birth: 26 Feb 1788, Stafford, Tolland Co., Connecticutt
Death: Jan 1851, Camden, Schuyler Co., IL
Occupation: Farmer
Father: Horace CADY

HENRY CADY, of Huntsville, came to this county in 1840. His gradfather, Reuben Cady, has been written up in the biography of M. E. Cady. His father was Horace Cady, and he married also a Miss Cady, but no relation. Mr. Horace Cady was a farmer, and emigrated to New York State, settling near Rochester. Here they stayed until 1840, when they came to Illinois, settled in Camden, and the father purchased 120 acres of land. He later resided for four years near Farmington, Fulton county, then returned to Schuyler county and passed the remaining years of his life on the farm on which he first settled. He died January, 1851. His wife died November, 1870. They had ten children, namely: Hezekiah, died in Sacramento, California; Daneford, now in Camden township; Elizabeth, now Mrs. I. G. Cady, of Camden township; Lucia married Perry Anderson, and is now dead; Henry; Reuben died in Camden township; Orin died at Memphis, Tennessee, while in the army; Philinda married Cyrus Anderson, of Huntsville township; Emeline, now Mrs. Richard Mead, of Rushville. This large family have commanded the respect and esteem of every one wherever any of them have gone.

Henry Cady was born in Otsego county, New York, December 3, 1828. He came with the family to Illinois, and learned the blacksmith's trade in 1849. He started a shop in 1854 and continued it for six years. He then settled where he now resides and purchased land, but still continued his trade until 1870, when he discontinued the blacksmith shop and devoted himself to farming. He now owns 320 acres of land, on which he has made many valuable improvements. He follows stock-raising and has produced some very fine cattle. He has been Supervisor one term, and Road Commissioner still another term.

He was married in 1855, to Emeline Plunkett, of Camden township. They have had eight children: Adelia, now Mrs. Edwin Elliott; Amelia, died in childhood; Amanda, now Mrs. Greeley Clark; Frank, died at eighteen; Everett is at home; Mary is also at home, and the youngest child is Stowell R. Mr. Cady is a Democrat in politics, and the family are members of the Christian Church. Mr. Cady is a man who has made his property himself, and has been a man of good habits all his life.

Biographical Review of Cass, Schuyler and Brown Counties, Illinois, Biographical Review Publishing Co., Chicago, 1892, pages 209-210.

1850 Federal Census: Camden, Schuyler Co., IL
Horace Cady 62 M Home $500 CT
Eunice 54 F CT
Stoel Cady 28 M NY
Reuben 20 M Farmer NY
Orin 17 M Farmer NY
Philinda 15 F NY
Emeline 12 F NY

Huntsville Patron List-1882
Cady, Horace Died Jan. 10, '51 - Father of Henry Cady New York 1840

Spouse: Eunice
Birth: abt 1795, Connecticutt
Death: Nov 1870, Camden, Schuyler Co., IL

Children: Phylinda (1834-1908)
Danford (1820-1893)
Lucinda (1826-1867)
Henry Jr. (1828-)
Reuben (~1830-)
Orin (~1833-1863)

1.1 Phylinda CADY
Birth: 28 Jul 1834, Otsego, Otsego Co., NY
Death: 1 Feb 1908, Huntsville, Schuyler Co., IL

1880 Federal Census: Huntsville, Schuyler Co., IL
Anderson, Phylinda F 45 Farming NY NY NY
, Mary B. F 22 Dau Keeping House IL KY NY
, Edward M 17 Son Work on Farm IL KY NY
, Ida F 14 Dau At Home IL KY NY
, Rosetta F 13 Dau At Home IL KY NY
, Lyda F 10 Dau IL KY NY
, Ettie F 5 Dau IL KY NY

1900 Federal Census: Camden, Schuyler Co., IL
Anderson, Cyrus Head M Jul 1862 37 Married 16 yrs IL KY NY Farmer
, May Wife F Nov 1863 36 3 Child. 3 Liv. IL OH OH
, Gertrude Dau F Jan 1885 15 Single IL IL IL
, Goldie E. Dau F Jan 1890 10 Single IL IL IL
, Mabel G. Dau F Oct 1895 4 Single IL IL IL
, Philinda Mother F Jul 1834 65 Widow NY NY NY

Spouse: Cyrus ANDERSON
Birth: 11 May 1828, Huntsville, Illinois
Death: 15 May 1879, Huntsville, Schuyler Co., IL
Father: William T. ANDERSON (1800-1887)
Mother: Prudence WALLINGFORD (1806-1895)
Marriage: 18 Jul 1852, Schuyler Co., IL

Children: Homer Jackson (1854-<1860)
Mary Belle (1856-1935)
Nancy Dell (1859-<1870)
Cyrus Edward (1862-1937)
Ida Euphema (1864-)
Rosetta (1866-)
Lydia Lauretta (1869-1956)
Hatta Jane (1872-<1880)
Etta May (1874-1880)

1.2 Hezekiah CADY
Death: Sacramento, CA

1850 Federal Census: Rushville, Schuyler Co., IL
Cady, Hezikiah 32 M Carpenter CT
, Harriet 23 F CT

Schuyler County, Illinois
Our California Boys
The Schuyler Citizen
Tuesday, March 8, 1859
List of persons who left Schuyler County for California by the Overland Route, in 1850.
H. Cady (Hezekial)

Schuyler Co. Wills- Pg. 3 No. 60
Jan 21, 1851. Estate, Hezekiah CADY. Harriet M. CADY, Admr.

Excerpts from "The Way To My Golden Wedding by David Hindman 1908
"About the first of January three of our mess, Bowring, Stevenson and Cady, went to other diggings, hoping to meet with better success than they had in Weaverville."

1.3 Danford CADY
Birth: 16 May 1820, Osego, Otsego, NY
Death: 11 Mar 1893, Camden, Schuyler Co., IL
Burial: South Cady Cem., Camden, Schuyler Co., IL

List of Jurors 1841 - 1843: Schuyler Co., IL
April Term 1843
Paid Danford Cady 6 days $5.20

List of Jurors 1853-54: Schuyler Co., IL
October Term 1853
Paid Danford Cady 4 days $6.70

1861 Militia Roll Record
Camden Township
Complete list of all ablebodied male citizens in Schuyler county between the ages of 18 - 45 years subject to military duty.
Signed Isaac G. Cady, Assessor
CADY, Danford

Spouse: Mary Jane ANDERSON
Birth: 10 Aug 1825, Harrison Co., Kentucky
Death: 6 Mar 1910, Camden, Schuyler Co., IL
Father: William T. ANDERSON (1800-1887)
Mother: Prudence WALLINGFORD (1806-1895)
Marriage: 15 Jun 1843, Schuyler Co., IL

Children: William Horace (1844-1911)
Mary Candace (1846-1944)
Calista "Lissie" (1850-1920)
Homer (1852-1910)
Martha "Mattie" Francis (1856-1938)
Amos M. (1856-)
Elizabeth F. (1864-1865)
Minnie E. (1868-)

1.4 Elizabeth CADY

Spouse: Isaac G. CADY
Father: Isaac CADY

1.5 Lucinda CADY
Birth: 15 Jan 1826, Otsego, Otsego Co., New York
Death: 16 Sep 1867, Camden, Schuyler Co., IL

Spouse: Commodore Perry ANDERSON
Birth: 25 Mar 1820, Hamilton Co., OH
Death: 1 Apr 1875, Camden, Schuyler Co., IL
Father: Andrew ANDERSON (~1778->1850)
Mother: Leah (~1790->1850)
Marriage: 14 Jun 1843, Schuyler Co., IL

Children: George Riley (1846-)
Cyrus G. (1849-)
Clara A. (1856-)

1.6 Henry Jr. CADY
Birth: 3 Dec 1828, Otsego, Otsego Co., NY
Occupation: Blacksmith; Farmer
Religion: Christian Church-Camden, IL

Henry Cady was born in Otsego county, New York, December 3, 1828. He came with the family to Illinois, and learned the blacksmith's trade in 1849. He started a shop in 1854 and continued it for six years. He then settled where he now resides and purchased land, but still continued his trade until 1870, when he discontinued the blacksmith shop and devoted himself to farming. He now owns 320 acres of land, on which he has made many valuable improvements. He follows stock-raising and has produced some very fine cattle. He has been Supervisor one term, and Road Commissioner still another term.

1850 Federal Census: Camden, Schuyler Co., IL
William Melvin 26 M Blacksmith $240 ME
Amelia Melvin 22 F OH
Alice F 1 F IL
Henry Cady 22 M Blacksmith NY
Nesbit Anderson 36 M Cooper KY

1860 Federal Census: Camden, Schuyler Co. IL
Cady, Henry 31 M NY
, Emaline 22 F IL
, Adeline 5 F IL
, Amelia 2 F IL
, Theodore 13 M IL
, Oren F. 28 M IL

1870 Federal Census: Camden, Schuyler Co., IL
Cady, Henry 42 M Blacksmith NY
, Emmaline 35 F Keepinig House IL
, Adelia 14 F IL
, Amanda 11 F IL
, Henry F. 6 M IL
, Edgar 3 M IL
, Everett 8/12 M IL
, Eunice 75 F IL

Patron List of the
History of Schuyler and Brown Counties, Illinois - 1882
Huntsville Township
Cady, Henry Camden Sect. 25 Farmer, Stock Raiser and Blacksmith New York 1840

Board of Supervisors
The following are the supervisors who have represented the township in the county board since township organization.
Henry Cady - 1864

Spouse: Emeline PLUNKETT
Marriage: 6 Aug 1854, Camden, Schuyler Co., IL

Children: Adeliine "Adelia" (1855-1943)
Amanda (~1859-)
Henry Frank (~1864-)
Everett Foster (1859-1920)
Stoel Reuben (1876-)

1.7 Reuben CADY
Birth: abt 1830, New York
Death: Camden, Schuyler Co., IL

1.8 Orin CADY
Birth: abt 1833, New York
Death: 11 Mar 1863, Humboldt, TN

Civil War Rosters
119th Infantry-Company F.-Cady, Orin - Private, died at Humbolt, Tennessee, March 11, 1863.
CADY, Orin, Private, Camdenm, Oct 7, 1862, Died Humboldt TN Mar 11, 1863

Three years service.

The 119th regiment was organized at Quincy, Illinois, in September, 1862, by Col. Thomas J. Kinney, and was mustered on October 10th, by Lieutenant R. Knox, U. S. A. November 2d, moved to Columbus, Kentucky, and thence to Jackson, Tennessee. On Dec. 3d, moved to Post Kenton. On Dec. 21st, companies G and K were captured at Rutherford's Station. Feb. 6th, 1863, moved to Humboldt. May 30th, moved to Memphis, and was assigned to the Fourth Brigade, Col. D. Moore commanding; Fifth Division, Brig. Gen. J. C. Veach commanding; Sixteenth Corps, Major General S. A. Hurlbut, commanding. January, 1864, the regiment moved to Vicksburg, Mississippi. Was engaged in the Meridian Campaign, under Gen. Sherman. Engaged in the battle of Fort De Bussey, losing 2 killed and 18 wounded. Was engaged at Pleasant Hill, Louisiana, May 9th, 1 killed and 18 wounded. At Bayou la Moore--1 killed and 1 wounded. At Yellow Bayou, March 18th--losing 1 officer and 3 men killed, 3 men mortally wounded, and 3 officers and 34 men wounded. Moved to Vicksburg, May 25th, and to Memphis, June 24th. Moved by rail to La Grange, and July 5th, commenced march through Mississippi. Engaged Forrest's forces at Tupelo, on the 14th, and returned to Memphis, on the 27th. Sept. 5th, moved to Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. October 2d, started after Price, and returned November 18th, having marched over 700 miles.

December 1st, arrived at Nashville. Was engaged in the battle of December 15th and 16th--loss 9 wounded. Pursued the enemy as far as Eastport. Embarked for New Orleans. March 5th, moved to Dauphine Island; 19th, moved to Spanish Fort and Blakely. Was engaged at both--losing 2 killed and 14 wounded--the One Hundred and Nineteenth being in the skirmish line, on April 9th. The regiment was mustered out August 26th, 1865, by Captain S. C. Howell, A. C. M., and arrived at Camp Butler, Illinois, Sept. 4, 1865, where it received final payment and discharge.
Company F
Cady, Orin - Private, died at Humbolt, Tennessee, March 11, 1863.

1.9 Emeline CADY

Lived in Rushville

Spouse: Richard MEAD


Eunice spouse of 1
Leah parent of spouse of 1.5
Andrew parent of spouse of 1.5
Clara A. child of 1.5
Commodore Perry spouse of 1.5
Cyrus spouse of 1.1
Cyrus Edward child of 1.1
Cyrus G. child of 1.5
Etta May child of 1.1
George Riley child of 1.5
Hatta Jane child of 1.1
Homer Jackson child of 1.1
Ida Euphema child of 1.1
Lydia Lauretta child of 1.1
Mary Belle child of 1.1
Mary Jane spouse of 1.3
Nancy Dell child of 1.1
Rosetta child of 1.1
William T. parent of spouse of 1.1
William T. parent of spouse of 1.3
Adeliine "Adelia" child of 1.6
Amanda child of 1.6
Amelia child of 1.6
Amos M. child of 1.3
Calista "Lissie" child of 1.3
Danford 1.3
Elizabeth 1.4
Elizabeth F. child of 1.3
Emeline 1.9
Everett Foster child of 1.6
Henry Frank child of 1.6
Henry Jr. 1.6
Hezekiah 1.2
Homer child of 1.3
Horace parent of 1
Horace "Henry" 1
Isaac parent of spouse of 1.4
Isaac G. spouse of 1.4
Lucinda 1.5
Martha "Mattie" Francis child of 1.3
Mary child of 1.6
Mary Candace child of 1.3
Minnie E. child of 1.3
Orin 1.8
Phylinda 1.1
Reuben 1.7
Stoel Reuben child of 1.6
William Horace child of 1.3
Richard spouse of 1.9
Emeline spouse of 1.6
Prudence parent of spouse of 1.1
Prudence parent of spouse of 1.3

Added by David Anderson on Nov 01, 2012 5:59 AM

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