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201 Caroline Lile Wagy and her son Andrew Henry Wagy are living with her uncle, Andrew Petree, on the 1880 Adams County, Illinois census. Lile, Caroline (I5547)
 
202 Carolyn May "Carrie" Shirey and Floyd Stanley Sollinger had no children. Shirey, Carolyn May "Carrie" (I2457)
 
203 Carolyn May "Carrie" Shirey and Floyd Stanley Sollinger had no children. Sollinger, Floyd Stanley (I12425)
 
204 Carroll Showers is living with his grandmother, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Unknown Adams, on the 1920 Monroe County, Indiana census. Showers, Carroll (I13252)
 
205 Catherine Arwilda Jobe states that she was born in Graves County, Kentucky on her marriage record. Jobe, Catherine Arwilda (I4802)
 
206 Catherine Elizabeth Churchill never married. Churchill, Catherine Elizabeth (I8885)
 
207 Cathrine Shirey never married. She lived with her sisters, Elizabeth Shirey, Sarah Shirey, and Mary "Polly" Shirey Moyer her entire life. When the 4 sisters died they willed their estates to their siblings and their children. Shirey, Catherine "Kate" (I1272)
 
208 Cecil Mims was a depot agent for the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. Mims, Cecil (I6629)
 
209 Charles A. "Charley" Ford died from tuberculosis. Ford, Charles A. "Charley" (I11930)
 
210 Charles B. Brooks served in the military in 1779 in Captain Turner's Company, Caswell County, North Carolina during the Revolutionary War. Brooks, Charles Blacknell Sr. (I13088)
 
211 Charles Bly and Alice Robinson Bly had no children. Bly, Charles (I4174)
 
212 Charles Daniel Ross was a Mason. In later years he became blind. He amazingly built a back porch on his house, with the help of his young son Bobbie. He tied Bobbie to him, because he kept running away. Bobbie handed him tools and things that he needed. Ross, Charles Daniel (I0746)
 
213 Charles Davis was a Quaker minister. Davis, Charles (I12959)
 
214 Charles Edward Doron and Clara May Timmons were divorced by 1930. Timmons, Clara May (I0299)
 
215 Charles Edward Doron and Clara May Timmons were divorced by 1930. Doron, Charles Edward (I0294)
 
216 Charles Edward Doron and Iva E. Wiggins Doron were divorced by the 1910 census. Doron, Charles Edward (I0294)
 
217 Charles Edward Doron and Iva E. Wiggins Doron were divorced by the 1910 census. Wiggins, Iva E. (I0297)
 
218 Charles Edward Moore and Edith Parsons Moore had no children. Moore, Charles Edward (I13154)
 
219 Charles Edward Moore and Edith Parsons Moore had no children. Parsons, Edith (I13159)
 
220 Charles Edward Moore was a candy salesman. Moore, Charles Edward (I13154)
 
221 Charles Edwin Ross and William O. Ross are living 5 houses apart from each other on the 1900 Wilson, Lane, Kansas census. Ross, William Oliver (Ol) (I3313)
 
222 Charles Edwin Ross and William O. Ross are living 5 houses apart from each other on the 1900 Wilson, Lane, Kansas census. Ross, Charles Edwin (Ed) (I3311)
 
223 Charles Elmer Ross never married, and died at the age of 19 in an automobile accident. Ross, Charles Elmer (I9075)
 
224 Charles Elmer Ross's death certificate lists his date of birth as 17 Dec 1931, but his headstone has his date of birth as 17 Dec 1930. Ross, Charles Elmer (I9075)
 
225 Charles is living with his half sister, Martha Elizabeth Eaker Howard, on the 1930 census. He is single. Wells, Charles Homer (I4563)
 
226 Charles Otis Downey Sr. gives his birth date as 19 Nov 1883 on his World War I registration, and his headstone gives the birth date as 1884. Downey, Charles Otis Sr. (I9233)
 
227 Charles R. "Uncle Charley" Ross enlisted with his son, John Gudgel Ross, on 7 Jan 1862 in the 6th Missouri State Militia Calvary, Company E in Cameron, Clinton, Missouri. After serving 18 months, he was discharged on the 23 Apr 1863 for a wound to his shin that he received in the Battle of Lone Jack, Jackson County, Missouri. It was reported that after he was wounded at Lone Jack "The brave old man refused any assistance until the fight was over, gamely calling out to his comrades, "Keep up the flag, boys! Let me alone; I'm alright. Keep up the flag". He filed for a pension on 20 Sep 1864, and Sarah Emeline Clawson Ross filed for her widow's pension on 22 Apr 1898. Ross, Corp. Charles R. "Uncle Charley" (I0739)
 
228 Charles R. "Uncle Charley" Ross migrated to Livingston County, Missouri in 1838. From there he moved to Caldwell County, Missouri, where he bought 40 acres of land that was owned by Jacob Hawn (Haun). This property included the Hawn's (Haun's) Mill which was where, on 30 Oct 1838, the Mormon massacre known as Hawn's (Haun's) Mill Massacre occurred. A few years after the Mormons had left, a Kentuckian and land shark by the name of Oliver B. Craig tried to blackmail the county inhabitants into purchasing the government patents he had in his possession for larges sums of money. Some refused to be blackmailed, including Charley Ross, who drew a knife on him with a promise to cut his heart out if he tried to collect a cent from him. By 1885, Charles R. "Uncle Charley" Ross owned more than 900 acres in the county. He owned a hotel in Black Oak, Caldwell, Missouri towards the end of his life. Ross, Corp. Charles R. "Uncle Charley" (I0739)
 
229 Charles R. Ross and Francis D. Potts Ross divorced in 1868. Ross, Corp. Charles R. "Uncle Charley" (I0739)
 
230 Charles R. Ross and Francis D. Potts Ross divorced in 1869. On the 1870, Caldwell County, Missouri census, Francis D. Potts Ross is living with Wiley B. Smith and his wife, Mary Newell Smith. Wiley B. Smith's sister, Mary Smith Lane, was married to James Lane. James Lane was the son of William Lane and Nancy Potts Lane. Nancy Potts Lane and Francis D. Potts Ross were sisters. Potts, Francis D. (Fannie) (I0740)
 
231 Charles Raymond "Ray" Hames and Mary Ann Hughey Hames had no children. Hames, Charles Raymond "Ray" (I0730)
 
232 Charles Raymond "Ray" Hames and Mary Ann Hughey Hames had no children. Hughey, Mary Ann (I0729)
 
233 Charles Reno's son, John Reno, had gone to Cumberland County, Kentucky, about 1800, and Charles removed to his son's home where he died 4 Aug 1828. He was buried about six miles from Albany, Clinton, Kentucky. It is family history that he brought the family Bible with him and he gave it to his son John Reno, who is the last person his descendent, Isaac Alexander Tipton Reno, knew definitely to have had the bible. Unfortunately, the records of Clinton County, Kentucky containing Charles Reno's will were burned during the Civil War. Reno, Charles (I11179)
 
234 Charles Ross survived 18 months as a prisoner of war on a British troopship, and was discharged after the British forces surrendered at Yorktown. Ross, Charles (I2238)
 
235 Charles Wallace Anderson was electrocuted while he was trying to fix a street light for the city of San Angelo, Tom Green, Texas. Anderson, Charles Wallace (I4990)
 
236 Charles was the informant on the death certificate of Mary Caroline Gossett Daugherty, his mother in law. Anderson, Charles Wallace (I4990)
 
237 Charles Wesley Jetton served in the Civil War as Captain. Jetton, Capt. Charles Wesley (I0808)
 
238 Charles Wesley Shirey had been a patient at the Terrell State Hospital, Terrell, Kaufman, Texas for six months before his death. He had been living in Dallas, Dallas, Texas before he was at the hospital. Shirey, Charles Wesley (I2488)
 
239 Charlotte "Lottie" I. Hammond Tanner's father's obituary states that she died 18 years before his death in 1911. Hammond, Charlotte "Lottie" I. (I14776)
 
240 Chief Mingo Moshulatubbee King died from small pox. King, Chief Mingo Moshulatubbee (I16224)
 
241 Chief Mingo Moshulatubbee King was the chief of the Northern District of the Choctaw Nation, Chief of Okla Tannap, Choctaw Nation. King, Chief Mingo Moshulatubbee (I16224)
 
242 Christian Bingiman Hollowell died at the home of his son, Thomas Lee Hollowell. Hollowell, Christian Bingiman (I0540)
 
243 Christian Bingiman Hollowell divorced Christina Catherine "Tine" or "Grandma Tine" Dulaney Galloway Carlton Hollowell on the 27 September 1878. Family history states that the children from his first two marriages and the children from her first two marriages didn't get along with each other. Dulaney, Christina Catherine "Tine" or "Grandma Tine" (I0541)
 
244 Christian Bingiman Hollowell divorced Christina Catherine Dulaney Galloway Carlton Hollowell on 27 September 1878. Family history states that the children from his first two marriages and the children from her first two marriages didn't get along with each other. Hollowell, Christian Bingiman (I0540)
 
245 Christian Bingiman Hollowell participated in in William Tecumseh Sherman's March to the Sea from the 15 Nov 1864 to 21 Dec 1864.  Hollowell, Christian Bingiman (I0540)
 
246 Christian Bingiman Hollowell served in the Union Army with Company D, Illinois 56th Infantry Regiment from 2 Dec 1863 to 25 Aug 1865.  Hollowell, Christian Bingiman (I0540)
 
247 Christina Catherine "Tine" or "Grandma Tine" Dulaney Galloway Carlton Hollowell Waldrop died in the home of her daughter, Lucetta Francis Hollowell Wilkins.  Dulaney, Christina Catherine "Tine" or "Grandma Tine" (I0541)
 
248 Christina Catherine "Tine" or "Grandma Tine" Dulaney had red hair. Dulaney, Christina Catherine "Tine" or "Grandma Tine" (I0541)
 
249 Christina Catherine "Tine" or "Grandma Tine" Dulaney states that she was born in Caswell County, North Carolina on her marriage record. Dulaney, Christina Catherine "Tine" or "Grandma Tine" (I0541)
 
250 Christopher Columbus Young's headstone has his birth year as 1894, and his World War I Draft Card has his birth year as 1892. More than likely his birth year was 1892 since his brother, Benjamin Harrison Young, was born in 1894. Young, Christopher Columbus "Lum" (I11748)
 

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