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151 Beryl Gray Davis never married. Davis, Beryl Gray (I12481)
 
152 Beryle R. Young died as the result of a car and train wreck. Young, Beryle R. (I11752)
 
153 Bessie B. Young and Ace James Young are divorced by the 1930 census. Young, Bessie B. (I11745)
 
154 Bessie B. Young and Ace James Young are divorced by the 1930 census. Young, Ace James (I11751)
 
155 Bessie Edith Foster Francis, the daughter of Dora A. M. Switzer Foster Miller Kimbel, applied for the headstone for Harley Ernest Dale. Harley was the step uncle of Bessie. Dale, Harley Ernest (I12803)
 
156 Bessie Edith Foster Francis, the daughter of Dora A. M. Switzer Foster Miller Kimbel, applied for the headstone for Harley Ernest Dale. Harley was the step uncle of Bessie. Foster, Bessie Edith (I12810)
 
157 Betha Bedica Davis never married. Davis, Betha Bedica (I12484)
 
158 Beulah Margaret Head was adopted from the Buckner Orphan's Home in Dallas, Dallas, Texas by Wilton Spotswood Head and Margaret R. George Head.  Head, Beulah Margaret (I10338)
 
159 Boone Howard fought in France during WWI. Howard, Boone (I1524)
 
160 Border warfare constantly plagued the McDonald County citizens, and conflicts between both the Union and Confederate Armies against the residents were common. Several skirmishes and battles took place in the county. Young, William K. (I11872)
 
161 Border warfare constantly plagued the McDonald County citizens, and conflicts between both the Union and Confederate Armies against the residents were common. Several skirmishes and battles took place in the county. Young, Uriah Smith Jr. (I11696)
 
162 Born in the home of his parents, John Edward and Elizabeth Freeman Doron. Doron, Ambrose Manville (I0292)
 
163 Both Charles Edwin and Mary Ruth Caldwell Shultz are listed in the Lakewood, Cuyahoga, Ohio city directory in 1949. Shultz, Charles Edwin (I5295)
 
164 Brothers, Charles Milton Payne and George Edward Payne, married sisters, Nora Bell West and Mary Josephine West. Payne, George Edward (I14907)
 
165 Brothers, Charles Milton Payne and George Edward Payne, married sisters, Nora Bell West and Mary Josephine West. West, Mary Josephine (I14908)
 
166 Brothers, Charles Milton Payne and George Edward Payne, married sisters, Nora Bell West and Mary Josephine West. Payne, Charles Milton "Charley" (I14926)
 
167 Brothers, Charles Milton Payne and George Edward Payne, married sisters, Nora Bell West and Mary Josephine West. West, Nora Bell (I14919)
 
168 Brothers, Samuel Shira and Alfred L. Shira married sisters, Ruth Elizabeth Steintorf and Mary Anetta Steintorf. Shira, Samuel (I2388)
 
169 Brothers, Samuel Shira and Alfred L. Shira married sisters, Ruth Elizabeth Steintorf and Mary Anetta Steintorf. Steintorf, Ruth Elizabeth (I2410)
 
170 Brothers, Samuel Shira and Alfred L. Shira married sisters, Ruth Elizabeth Steintorf and Mary Anetta Steintorf. Shira, Alfred L. (I2469)
 
171 Brothers, Samuel Shira and Alfred L. Shira married sisters, Ruth Elizabeth Steintorf and Mary Anetta Steintorf. Steintorf, Mary Annetta (I2475)
 
172 Bruce, Sarah's son, is living with his grandparents on the 1870 census. Purdom, Sarah C. (I4515)
 
173 Brunetta N. McIntire Baker died 11 days after giving birth to Nettie Belle Baker. McIntire, Brunetta E. "Nettie Bell" (I10425)
 
174 Burdette (Bob) Glenn was a professional baseball player during the 1920's. He was a pitcher for the Saint Louis Cardinals. Glenn, Burdette (Bob) (I4480)
 
175 Buried in Section 7 Site 7900. Benson, Sylvester C. (I4794)
 
176 Buried in section 7, plot number 78. Brown, John Everett (I2448)
 
177 Buried near son John Warren Ryan, Sarah Elizabeth (Sallie) (I2713)
 
178 Buried on a farm north of Elkton, Todd, Kentucky, that was owned in 1976 by the Greenfield family. Wilkins, Hugh Bonar Sr. (I0662)
 
179 Buried with first husband. Ryan, Viola Fordam (Ola) (I2719)
 
180 Buried with her daughter and son in law in the Mobley - Wilkins Cemetery, Todd County, Kentucky. Robinson, Mahala (I0663)
 
181 Buried with son John New. Grave is not marked. Ryan, Sarah Elizabeth (Sallie) (I2713)
 
182 But little is known, as we have said, of the majority of those whose names we have mentioned, and of many of them nothing. But of the few of whom we have gathered some facts is James Robinson. It is not improbable that he was here next after Davis and Montgomery. If not, there could have been but few here between them, as it is a family tradition that he came as early as 1788. He was from North Carolina, and was a revolutionary soldier; entered the army at the beginning of the struggle, and carried his musket-and used it, too-until the sons of liberty conquered a peace before the walls of Yorktown. He returned home to find his wife dead, and his family scattered, and ever after may be termed a wanderer in the wilderness. The dark and bloody ground, as Kentucky was even then known, was attracting attention, and he wandered hither. He spent some time in the fort at Boonesboro, but, ever restless, he resumed his wanderings, and came to what is now Christian County, and built a cabin in the present Precinct of Wilson. Here he remained about a year, and returned to North Carolina, gathered up the scattered members of his family, and brought them to Kentucky. His sons who came here were Abner, James and Green. The first died in Wilson Precinct, where he settled; James commanded a regiment under Gen. Jackson in the battle of New Orleans, was the Captain of the Regulators spoken of elsewhere in this volume, and also died in Wilson Precinct. Green, the youngest of the brothers, was killed in the Black Hawk war. No braver and more valiant soldiers ever fought for their country than the old revolutionary hero, James Robinson, and his sons. Some years after he brought his family here, he went to Tennessee, and eventually died at Port Royal. In the chapter on Wilson Precinct, much more will be said of the Robinsons. They were men of note, and their footprints may still be seen in the community where they lived, and where descendants still perpetuate a name that should not be forgotten. Robinson, James Sr. (I4940)
 
183 By 1955 Neva Ann Ross Teegarden Dunning is living alone. Sometime after this she started using her maiden name again. Her headstone lists her surname as Ross. Ross, Neva Ann (I9093)
 
184 By 1996 Fulton Cemetery, Marion County, Illinois was almost inaccessible and the stones were disappearing so the family removed the stone for John Breeze and his two wives, Sarah Hollowell and Martha McCormick, had it re interred and placed it in Little Grove Cemetery, Jefferson County, Illinois. Their bodies however are still in Fulton Cemetery, Marion County, Illinois. Hollowell, Sarah (I1051)
 
185 By 1996 Fulton Cemetery, Marion County, Illinois was almost inaccessible and the stones were disappearing so the family removed the stone for John Breeze and his two wives, Sarah Hollowell and Martha McCormick, had it re interred and placed it in Little Grove Cemetery, Jefferson County, Illinois. Their bodies however are still in Fulton Cemetery, Marion County, Illinois. McCormick, Martha (I3576)
 
186 By 1996 Fulton Cemetery, Marion County, Illinois was almost inaccessible and the stones were disappearing so the family removed the stone for John Breeze and his two wives, Sarah Hollowell and Martha McCormick, had it re interred and placed it in Little Grove Cemetery, Jefferson County, Illinois. Their bodies however are still in Fulton Cemetery, Marion County, Illinois. Breeze, John (I3364)
 
187 By the 1930 census, Henry Lafe Noland is orphaned and is living with his sister Edith F. Noland Grubb. Noland, Henry Lafe (I9345)
 
188 By the 1940 Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland census, Joshua C. Galloway is living alone, and states that he is married. Galloway, Joshua Calvin (I1762)
 
189 Byron Covey has two headstones. The Civil War marker gives his death date as 7 Mar 1917, and his family headstone gives the death date of 7 Mar 1918. Covey, Byron (I9038)
 
190 Cain L. Taylor never married. He was living in Hazel, Calloway, Kentucky when he fell and broke his hip. He died at his sister's home in Henry County, Tennessee. His nephew, Olin Sheridan, was the informant on his death certificate. Taylor, Cain L. (I12339)
 
191 Cain L. Taylor's death certificate states that he was born in 1867, his headstone states that he was born in 1850. On all of the census records he states he was born in 1857. More than likely the 1857 is correct, since he is 3 years old on the 1860 Calloway County, Kentucky census. Taylor, Cain L. (I12339)
 
192 Callie Augustus Hale and Willie Mae Chambers Hale had no children. Chambers, Willie Mae (I1379)
 
193 Callie Augustus Hale and Willie Mae Chambers Hale had no children. Hale, Callie Augustus (I1380)
 
194 Calvin Curtis Shira was a city constable. Shira, Calvin Curtis (I2424)
 
195 Capt. David Crockett Howard and Francis C. Ellen Melton Howard adopted Jesse Hornal Bishop sometime before 1910. Howard, Capt. David Crockett (I14878)
 
196 Capt. David Crockett Howard and Francis C. Ellen Melton Howard adopted Jesse Hornal Bishop sometime before 1910. Melton, Francis C. "Fannie" (I14879)
 
197 Captain William Thomas Blackistone attended West Point. He was a Sargent for the Confederacy in the 1st Maryland Battalion, and his commission as Captain arrived after his death. Blackistone, Cap. William Thomas (I6882)
 
198 Captain William Thomas Blackistone was shot in the arm during the battle of Gettysburg. He was taken to a Seminary hospital near Hagerstown, Washington, Maryland where he died from his wound and typhoid.
 
Blackistone, Cap. William Thomas (I6882)
 
199 Carl F. Miller and Dora A. M. Switzer had no children. Switzer, Dora A. M. (I12779)
 
200 Carl F. Miller and Dora A. M. Switzer had no children. Miller, Carl F. (I12811)
 

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