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Philadelphia COLLIER

1850 census Dist. 18, Madison Co, IA, Philadelphia is living in the Aquilla Smith household.

Cemetery records of Primitive Baptist Church, Union township, Madison County, Iowa.

Adkins, Adelpha (Collier), no dates, w/o Malichi, (m) 1854 Madison Co.

George Washington POFFINBARGER

George W., the first child of Samuel and Hannah Poffinbarger was born in Madison Co, Iowa in his grandfather's (Aquilla Smith) log cabin.
1880 census Lincoln twp, Madison Co, Iowa, pg 86-D. Living with uncle and aunt Stephen and Nancy Smith. Occupation: Stone Cutter.
1885 state census Winterset, Madison Co, IA, 34, is Deputy Auditor.
1900 census Winterset, Center twp, Madison Co, Iowa, sheet 12-A. Occupation: Stone mason. Ida says she had 3 children, 1 is living. Ida's mother, Mary Bird is living with them.
1920 census, 623 North 4th, Winterset, IA. George owns his home, mortgage free, is working as a plasterer. His daughter Jessie, 24, is a saleslady in dry goods. Mary Burd, 85 widowed is also with them.
George was a charter member of Madison County Historical Society, established in 1904. He was a well known brick mason, helped build the court house, library and several old stone houses.

Burial: Winterset Cemetery, Winterset, Madison Co, IA.

Josiah BANKS

Josiah was named for his mother's brother.
Burial: Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Madison Co, IA. h/o Elizabeth. Cemetery records have his name as Israel Josiah.

Winterset Madisonian, Winterset, Iowa
August 2, 1923


Josiah Banks, a son of John and Eunice Banks, was born at Anderson, Madison county, Indiana, April 16, 1833 and died at his home in Scott township, Madison county, Iowa, July 27, 1923, aged 90 years, 3 months and 10 days.
His ancestors were of the sturdiest American stock, having early settled in Burk county, North Carolina, near Raleigh, migrating later to Madison county, Indiana, when that community was a wilderness. In 1855 with his parents he came from Indiana to this county, and the trip was made by wagon and ox teams, requiring 40 days and nights to make the journey. His father, John Banks, entered the land on which he lived at the time of his death, in 1858. He lived upon this land continuously until the time of his death, with the exception of one year spent in Douglas township, this county.
On New Year's Day, 1860, he was united in marriage with Elizabeth Crawford of Union township, this county. Here among the rigorous conditions of pioneer life they reared a family of nine children, all of whom survive and were present at his death and funeral, except his youngest son, Warren, who was drowned in 1902.
The surviving children are: William Banks, Mrs. C. C. Campbell with whom he made his home, Marion Banks, Mrs. C. A. Robbins, Elmer Banks, Mrs. F. R. McKee, Mrs. J. W. McKee, all of Winterset and J. W. Banks of Albion. In addition he left nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. His wife departed this life April 30, 1902. When seven year of age, he was baptized by the pastor of the U. B. church in Anderson, Ind. He was a good citizen, a kind and obliging neighbor and upright in his dealings with his fellowmen. Rev. L. E. Follansbee, formerly pastor of the First Christian church of Winterset, having officiated at the funeral of his wife, and that of his son, Warren, at his request came from Des Moines, where he now lives, to officiate at his funeral. Burial was made at the Primitive Baptist Cemetery.

Warren Lee BANKS


Francis Leman BANKS

bur. Winterset, Madison Co., IA

Birth info from his draft card, Madison Co., IA.  LDS reel 1643176.  This date also in Social Security Death Index.  Listed as Lee Banks.

1900 census Madison Co., IA.  ED 21, p 25.  Winterset.  High St.  Francis S. Banks, WM 4, b. Jul 1895, b. IA, parents b. IA.  Living w/parents.

1910 census Madison Co., IA.  ED 23, p 9.  Winterset.  Leman Banks, Banks, WM 14, b. IA, parents b. IA.   Living w/mother.

On 5 Jun 1917, "Leaman F. Banks" completed a draft registration card in Madison Co., IA.  He indicated he was living Rte. 1, Winterset, IA and was day laborer employed by Marion Banks.  He was supporting his mother.  Description:  medium height, slender, gray eyes, red hair.  LDS reel 1643176.

1920 census Madison Co., IA.  ED 36, p 8.  Scott.   Leman F. Banks, WM 24, single, farm labor, b. IA, parents b. IA.  Living w/mother in household of his grandmother Sarah Smith.

The Social Security Death Index indicates card issued in Iowa and living in vicinity of Winterset, IA in year of death.

Death/burial info from David Alsup, citing tombstone info.

Mildred Frances LIKENS

Burial: Winterset Cemetery, Madison Co, Iowa. (nee Likens), w/o Lee F., d/o Francis M. & Eva B. (Rogers)

Winterset Madisonian
Winterset, Iowa
Nov. 15, 1989

Mildred Banks, Winterset

Services for Mildred Banks, 88, Winterset, who died Nov. 8, at the Madison County Memorial Hospital, were held Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Collins Funeral Home with the Rev. David Bauer officiating. Burial was at the Winterset Cemetery.
Survivors include sons, Murray of Council Bluffs and Joe of Winterset; a brother, Ernest Likens of Bakersfield, Calif.; a sister, Eva Bruns Kelsey of Seattle, Wash.; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents and two brothers.

Nicholas Walter NEW

Nicholas New and two other brothers came to this country sometime in the 1850's from Germany. They became separated in the state of Illinois and Nicholas lost track of them.

He enlisted on July 15, 1861 as a Private in Company C, 44th Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers, promoted to Commissary Seargeant then to Captain (Company K, 44th Illinois Infantry) in the Union Army during the Civil War. He was wounded in the left side by a shell in the Battle of Lookout Mountain on the March to Atlanta; and in the right wrist by a gun shot in Franklin, TN. In the process of being transferred to Texas he contracted a lung infection on board ship in the Gulf of Mexico which bothered him, along with the shell wound, the rest of his life. He was discharged on September 25, 1865. After the war he farmed in Illinois until 1876 when he settled on a farm with his family in McPherson Co., KS. There were six boys and four girls born into this family.

Capt. Nicholas New died at his home, 323 E. First St., McPherson, KS, December 10, 1920, at 5:30 o'clock, aged 92 years, 7 months and 27 days.

Oliver New, 12/25/65 and Pension Records from the National Archives.

He is buried in the McPherson City Cemetery. His first wife, Mary C. Allen, and his second wife, Mary Ann Osborn-Thomas, are buried on either side of him. In the same plot is buried Katie Windross, probably his daughter, and her husband.


The 1880 census shows a niece, Josie Hiatt, living with the family in Tama Iowa.

The 12th General Assembly convened 13 Jan 1868 in Des Moines Iowa. William was a representative for Keokuk County.  The Assembly adjourned 8 Apr 1868.  There were 86 Republicans and 14 Democrats.

Lydia BELL

12 children, James, Moses, Leonard, Elizabeth, Hannah, Nathaniel, Isaac, Jesse, Mathias, Jacob, Nancy and Mary.