Wm * Budd Descendants of William Budd
 

Generation No. 1

1.    WILLIAM *1 BUDD was born June 12, 1807 in Roxbury, Morris Co NJ, and died February 4, 1878 in Princeton IL.
       He married MEHITABLE *HETTIE SALMON February 4, 1830 in Schooleys Mt Morris Co NJ, daughter of STEPHEN
       SALMON and SARAH LANDON.  She was born November 22, 1806 in York State, Finger Lake Section, Roxbury NJ,
      and died October 31, 1883 in Princeton IL.

1850 Census: Township of Roxbury: August 17 1850 by Abraham R. Day (all pages)

Line 21 Dwelling # 77 Family # 88
William Budd; age 42; sex M; occupation Carpenter; Value of Real Estate 450; Birth NJ
Mehetable Budd; age 42; sex F; Birth NJ  (Salmon)
Sarah M. Budd; age 20; sex F; Birth NJ
Caroline Budd; age 16; sex F; Birth NJ
Amanda M. Budd; age 10; sex F; Birth NJ
Jacob Miller; age 22; sex M; occupation Carpenter; Birth NJ

Bureau Co Republican
 Feb 7, 1878 Death of Wm. Budd.

 It is our painful duty this week to announce the death of Wm. Budd, at his residence in the city, after a short illness from typhoid pneumonia, in his 71st year of his age. Mr. Budd was born in Morris County N.Y. (should read NJ) on the 12th, day of June 1807, and was married to Hattie Solomon Feb 4th, 1830 four children being the fruit of said marriage, all of whom with a single exception Mrs. A Scoville predeceased him on the journey" to that undiscovered country from whose bourne no traveller e'er returns". Mr. Budd moved to Illinois in 1853, and in the many years of hard labor as a carpenter, has well earned the reputation of being a good workman and an honest man. Among his first contracts of note was the framework of the American House, and in later years he built the dwellings for Gen. Thomas Henderson and Hon. Chas. Baldwin respectively. He leaves a widow and many warm friends to mourn his loss.
 Funeral services were at the house, at 2 p.m. yesterday Rev. D.G Bradford officiating. Burial: Oakland Cem. Princeton, Bureau Co. IL Lot 25 Block O.P

Notes for MEHITABLE * HETTIE SALMON:
BUREAU COUNTY REPUBLICAN
 NOV 8, 1883

Mrs. Mehitable Budd, wife of the late Wm. Budd, carpenter died this city after a brief illness. On the evening of October 31st. Mrs. Budd was born in York State Nov.22, 1806, and came with her parents to Illinois about 40 years ago. The funeral was from her late residence on Sunday afternoon Rev. Williams officiating. Her children from Iowa and relatives in this county were present at the funeral. Mrs. Budd was a member of the Presbyterian Church and in every respect a lady of commendable Christian virtues. She left her property, including some $----- in cash to her daughter Amanda. Burial: Oakland Cem. Princeton, Bureau Co. IL Lot 25 Block O.P

Children of WILLIAM BUDD and MEHITABLE SALMON are:

 i. SARAH M2 BUDD1, b. November 23, 1830, Morris Co NJ. d. November 28, 1877, Princeton IL.

Bureau County Republican Dec. 6, 1877. Sarah M. Budd
   " Miss Sarah Budd, daughter of William and Hetty Budd, was born in Morris, NJ on the 23rd of November 1830 and died in Princeton, IL, November 28, 1877. Her burial took place on Saturday, December 1. The religious services were held in the Presbyterian Church. The pastor of the church, Rev D.G. Bradford, preached the funeral sermon. She was followed to her last resting-place by many sympathizing friends.
  With her parents, Miss Budd removed from NJ to Princeton in 1854 and for 10 years immediately preceding her final illness, was foreman in the millinery department of Mr. E.O Bates' store in which the capacity she made many acquaintances who will learn of her death with deep regret.

During her last illness of 10 months continuance, she suffered much and often intensely, whilst she was constantly surrounded by kind friends who did all in their power to relieve her distress. Although she made no formal profession of her faith, she expressed herself freely as to her trust in Christ, and repeatedly talked of her hopes of a blissful immortality, through the crucified Savor. Burial: Oakland Cem. Princeton, Bureau Co. IL Lot 25 Block O.P

2. ii. JULIA A BUDD, b. November 20, 1832, Flanders NJ. d. January 21, 1871, Princeton IL.

   iii. CAROLINE ELIZABETH BUDD1, b. May 4, 1835, Poss. Flanders Morris Co NJ. d. November 28, 1857, Princeton IL.

Jerseyman Morristown NJ Dec 19 1857 Died on the 28 ult. At the residence of her father in Princeton Bureau Co IL. Caroline Elizabeth daughter of William Budd formerly of Flanders in the 23rd year of her age. Burial: Oakland Cem. Princeton, Bureau Co. IL Lot 25 Block O.P
3. iv. AMANDA ANN * BUDD, b. June 1, 1840, Morris Co NJ. d. May 25, 1904, Malcolm Iowa.

Generation No. 2

2. JULIA A2 BUDD (WILLIAM *1)1 was born November 20, 1832 in Flanders NJ, and died January 21, 1871 in Princeton IL.
    She married PHILIP KINNAN1, son of JOHN KINNAN and ANN WEISE.  He was born Bet. 1831 - 1832 in NJ1, and died
    October 31, 1913 in Princeton IL. Burial: Oakland Cem. Princeton, Bureau Co. IL Lot 25 Block O.P

Children of JULIA BUDD and PHILIP KINNAN are:
 i. ANN EILDA3 KINNAN, b. 1857, Princeton IL. m.? CAUFFMAN.
 ii. SARAH L KINNAN1, b. February 1860, Princeton IL. m. (1) ? WILLARD m. (2) ? CAUFFMAN1.

3.  AMANDA ANN *2 BUDD (WILLIAM *1) was born June 1, 1840 in Morris Co NJ, and died May 25, 1904 in Malcolm Iowa.
      She married (1) FRANK WILLIAM * SCOVILLE February 3, 1858 in Princeton IL. son of SMITH SCOVILL and HANNAH
     FLATZ.  He was born October 22, 1830 in Watertown, Pamelia Co NY, and died February 10, 1887 in Blairsburg Iowa.  She
     married (2) W.W. WHEELER1 February 24, 1902 in Malcolm Iowa1.

THE HALE LEADER   Hale Carroll Co. Missouri  Friday June 3 1904

    AT THE TOMB
 Amanda A. Budd was born in Morris Co. New Jersey, June 1, 1840 and died May 23 1904 at her late home north of Hale at the age of 63 years 11 months and 25 days.
 She came with her parents from N. J. to Princeton IL. where most of her life was spent. On March 4, 1856 she married F. W.  Scoville and to them 3 children, 2 sons William Scoville of Wetaskiwin Canada and F. W. Scoville of Clinton Iowa and 1 daughter Mrs. H. D. Campbell of Seattle Washington. Her first husband died 1887 and Feb.24, 1902 she married W.W Wheeler. They made their home in Malcolm Iowa until a year ago last March when they located on their beautiful farm near Hale. Deceased was a member of the English Lutheran Church until two years ago she united with the M.E Church and on to Missouri and placed her name with the same church in Hale.

Her health has been declining since September but was only confined to her bed for about 2 weeks.

Short funeral services were held by her pastor D. F. Harrison after which the remains were taken to her old home in Princeton IL. For interment the husband W.W Wheeler and Mrs. Campbell together with Peter Salmon an aged uncle of deceased and his daughter Helen, both of Princeton IL. and who had arrived at her bedside only a day before her death accompanied the remains home.

The large procession of friends and neighbors who accompanied the remains to the station. Speak of high esteem in which Mrs. Wheeler was held by the people of the community. The family has the sympathy of the entire community. Burial: Oakland Cem Princeton IL Lot 8 Block 50 with her second husband

Notes for FRANK WILLIAM * SCOVILLE:
Frank volunteered in Company C 93 Regiment of Illinois, Aug 13 1862; he was mustered into service as a musician for 3 years or the length of the war. Frank was mustered out of service May 31 1865 Witnesses for his pension application were J.C McNee age 34 of Blairsburg, G H Demott aged 51 of Blairsburg, Peter 69 & Mary 65 Salmon of Princeton IL. Hetty Budd age 76 of Blairsburg, Elmer E McVickers of Blairsburg & William Wilcox aged 60 of Princeton IL. According to his death registration he died from Epileptic fits, frostbitten feet, heart difficulties and severe nervous afflictions Dr J. B. Tednow of Williams Iowa birthplace was listed as Wisconsin.
Children of AMANDA BUDD and FRANK SCOVILLE are:
 i. CORA BELLE3 SCOVILLE, b. November 21, 1858, Princeton IL. d. October 12, 1859, Princeton IL. Burial:
    Oakland Cem lot 25 Block OP

ii. CARRIE E SCOVILLE, b. October 27, 1859, Princeton IL. d. December 1, 1885, Denver Col; m. JOHN WILLIAM CROSS,
     October 12, 1882, Jasper Iowa; b. March 6, 1859, Ira Iowa; d. June 6, 1940, Gering Neb. Burial Kimball Neb.

 iii. WILLIAM ALBERT * SCOVILLE2, b. November 23, 1860, Princeton IL. d. July 29, 1945, Harrisburg, Kimball Neb; m.
      EMMA GRACE * SNYDER2, October 7, 1885, Williams, Hamilton Co, Iowa; b. August 13, 1867, Big Grove, Benton Co., IA;
      d. December 16, 1945, Harrisburg, Kimball NE2.

Notes for WILLIAM ALBERT * SCOVILLE:
According to the 1900 census William was born in 1861, he along with his parents left Illinois when he was 6 years old

On his petition for naturalization dated Oct 13 1914. His family returned from Wetaskiwin Alta on Aug 4 1907 through the Port of Sweetgrass to settle in Harrisburg Neb, Banner Co. On his declaration he was described as a white male Ruddy complexion, 5' 6.5" tall weighed 175 lbs. grayish brown hair, blue eyes, and that his left hip was 4 " shorter. They returned via the CPRG Great Northern Railroad.

written Aug 4. 1945 newspaper. Date of death July 29, 1945

FUNERAL RITES WM. A. SCOVILLE Held Yesterday

Funeral rites for William Albert Scoville, 84, of Harrisburg, pioneer farmer and rancher, were conducted at the Trinity Methodist church in Kimball yesterday at 2 p.m. Dr. Paul Philip conducted the service and burial was made in the Kimball cemetery.
 Mr. Scoville was born in Princeton, IL. Nov. 23, 1860. He married Emma G. Snyder on Oct. 7, 1885. Six children were born three of who are dead.
 With his family, Mr. Scoville first came to western Nebraska in 1886 and preempted land north of Egleston and the hill on Pumpkin creek, when the area was part of Cheyenne County.
 Mr. Scoville then moved to Canada for a few years, returning to what is now Banner County in 1910. He lived there until the time of his death, and was known as one of banner county's most successful farmers.
Surviving are his wife and three daughters, including Mrs. Jessie McArthur of Ontario, Canada, and Mrs. Orpha Cross of Harrisburg, with whom he and his wife had made their home for almost two years. Also surviving are 17 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
 One son, William Bud, preceded him in death, as did two daughters, Mrs. Mamie Stamper of Kokomo, Ind., and Mrs. Carrie Nelson of Kimball.

Omitted from this obit was the mention of Mrs. Flossie Wensky Wm.ís youngest daughter.

 iv. SARA ADDLAID SCOVILLE, b. September 14, 1866, Princeton IL. d. February 4, 1928, Chula Vista CA; m. (1) BENJAMIN DUNCAN CROSS, December 20, 1883; b. 1853; d. 1922; m. (2) CLARENCE RUTLEDGE, 1893; b. May 1858, Giles Co Tennessee; m. (3) HARLEY RILEY, 1903; m. (4) HD CAMPBELL, May 23, 1904, Seattle Wash; b. Seattle Wash; m. (5) ? FOX 1905-m. (6)? 1910.
More About CLARENCE RUTLEDGE:
Submitted: June 27, 1988, Jean Rutledge MAY, 1330 Lakeshore Drive, P.O. Box 42 Port Orford, OR 97465
 v. FRANK W SCOVILLE, b. December 4, 1869, Princeton IL; d. October 16, 1917, Butte Mont.; m. NETTY KINNEY, January 22, 1894; b. July 3, 1873. Profession listed as miner


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