Father: Bible, John AdamFamily:
Mother: Coffelt, Rebecca
Spouse:Family:GREEN, Eliza Jane (Shook?)Children:
Birth : 1846 Arkansas
Marriage: 1820? in Marion County, Tennessee?
Birth : 1800? Tennessee
Death : 1832? Tennessee
Marriage: 1826 in mercer Co., OhioFamily:
Birth : MAR 3,1803 Germany
Death : NOV. 1854 Hamilton Co., Indiana
Parents:Father: Wahnsidel, Peter
Mother: WAHNSIDEL, Catherine
Birth : JUNE 19,1828 Warren County Ohio
Birth : JUL 18,1831 Warren Co., Ohio
Birth : SEP. 21,1833 Warren Co., Ohio
Wahnsidel, Jacob Wilhelm
Birth : OCT. 31,1835 Starke Co., Ohio
Birth : JAN. 10,1837 Starke Co., Ohio
Birth : MAY 6,1839 Starke Co., Ohio
Birth : SEP. 8,1842 Fayette Co., Pennsylvania
Wahnsidel, Sarah Ann
Birth : OCT 13,1843 Fayette Co., Pa.
Wahnsidel, Celia Ellen
Wahnsidel, Samuel Qwinton
Birth : AUG 10,1850 Fayette Co., Pa.
Birth : SEP 5,1854 Hamilton Co., Indiana
Marriage: 1865 in Caldwell Co., Mo.
Father: Holcombe, TimothyFamily:
Mother: Griffin, Elizabeth
Marriage: OCT 22,1801 in Bath County, VirginiaFamily:
Birth: 1788-89 in Virginia
Birth : 1802
Birth : 1809-10
Birth : OCT 18,1812
Birth : 1813
Birth : 181_
Birth : 181_
Birth : 1820-21
Marriage: JUN 19,1828Family:
Marriage: 1865 in Caldwell Co., Mo.NOTES:
Spouse:Ettenburn, Mary Ann
Timothy Holcomb as ¨Jr¨ was granted by the Commonwealth of Virginia the following lands in Bath County: 149 acres on Beaver Creek in May of 1800, 100 acres on Back creek on Jan. 1,1805, 300 acres on Stamping Creek of Greenbriar River on Dec. 14,1807, and 32 acres on Back Creek on May 12,1815. He took deeds for land in Bath County, Virginia: July 10,1800 from Joseph Brown and others for 75 acres on Stamping Creek, Oct. 4,1806 from William Auldridge for 114 acres on Stamping Creek, May 13,1811 from John Brindley for 325 acres on Beaver Creek, a branch of Greenbriar River, May 1820 from Robert Gwin and wife for 86 acres in Back Creek Valley. As ¨Jr¨ was made trustee in deed Nov. 1,1834, signed by Timothy Holcomb and wife Mary, for 17½ and 86 acre tracts on Back Creek to secure debt. Had a grant in 1830 for 261 acres on Beaver Lick Creek, Pocahontas County, Virginia [now West Virginia]. As ¨Timothy Holcomb, Jr.¨ signed 4 deeds on Nov. 14,1817, 2 being to Roger Gum for 100 acres on Beaver Lick Creek and 2 deeds to Ethan Holcomb, each for 100 acres, one on South Fork of Beaver Creek and the other on South Fork of Beaver Lick Creek, adjoining Roger Gum. On Oct. 15,1818 joined wife, Mary, and others in a deed to John Chestnut for 227 acres on Valley Branch of Back Creek.May 12,1821 to Samuel Hogshet for 100 acres, to secure John McNuel for $124. Timothy Holcomb of Greenbriar County, Virginia took deed Oct. 7,1826 from William Rucker, heir of Travener Rucker, for 100 acres on North Fork of Anthony's Creek in Greenbriar County. As Timothy Holcomb, Jr. joined wife, Hanna, June 18,1838 in signing deed for land on Back Creek. June 15,1843 was made trustee in a deed signed by Hezekiah Holcomb for 100 acres on Back Creek ¨for the benefit of J. B. Campbell¨. Signed deed of trust Oct. 23,1843 to Stephen Pooler on several tracts of land in Little Valley, including personaly to secure J. B. Campbell. Joined wife, Polly, June 8,1843 in a deed to Joseph holcomb for 68 acres adjoining Hezekiah Holcomb.
[Some of the above deeds may be of his father Timothy Holcomb I or of Timothy Holcomb III]
Timothy Holcombe signing as ¨Sr¨ May 4,1841 deed to William Nichols of Greenbriar County, Virginia for 100 acres adjoining Henry Hoover on North Fork of Anthony's Creek in Greenbriar County, witnessed by William Gibson, Joseph Courtney and John Haines seems more probably to be Timothy Holcomb II instead of his father Timothy Holcomb I, who had passed 84 years of age by June 1,1840.
Timothy Holcomb had made entries upon which surveys were made in 1822 and grants thereon were issued in 1824 to him by the Commonwealth of Virginia for 100 and 196 acre tracts on Beaver Creek in Pocahontas County, Virginia. Was joined by wife, Hanna, both of Kanawha County, Virginia Dec. 18,1842 conveying to Margaret Gunner of Kanawha County 90 acres on Big Hurricane Creek in Kanawha County.
Timothy is recorded with family in 1850 census of Nicholas County, Virginia [now West Virginia] as farmer, 69 years old born in Conn.
Father: Holcombe, JoshuaFamily:
Mother: Sherwood, Ruth
Spouse:Family:Married 1694 Carrington, Mary (Hannah)Children:
Died: May 13,1708
Born: May 27,1695
Holcombe, Joshua III
Born: January 8,1700
Born: May 7,1708
Spouse:NOTES:Married: 1709 Hoskins, MaryChildren:
Born: September 3 1689
ParentsFather: Hoskins, Robert, Sr.
Born: June 21,1713
Born: September 4,1714
Born: September 14,1716
Born: March 2,1718
Died: March 8,1718
Born: May 2,1719
Died: December 5,1723
Born: August 18,1723
Born: February 4,1726
Joshua Holcombe was payee in an order signed by Jehu Burr October 31,1692, sent to Probate Court, Fairfield County, Conn. Served as Representative from Simsbury in Conn. General Assembly.
Father: Horsley, CalvinFamily:
Mother: Bennett, Margaret Frances " Maggie"
Marriage: SEP 4,1923 in Judge E.L.Singert - In chambers,Enid Ok.
Spouse:Hadley, Raymond CChildren:
Birth : AUG 12,1902 Ohio
Death : OCT 1965 Oklahoma
Parents:Father: Hadley, Samuel L.
Mother: Suttles, Anna R "May"
Hadley, Robert Lee "Bob"
Hadley, Ray Charles "Bud"
Father: Sargent, BillFamily:
Mother: Snow, Wova
Spouse:Notes:Hadley, Ray Charles "Bud"Children:
Birth : 26 September 1926 Enid Oklahoma
Death : 21 February 2006 Hoisington Kansas Parents:Father: Hadley, Raymond C
Mother: Horsley, Velva Verona
Hadley, Sue Carol
Hadley, Curtis "Rusty"
|Ray C. "Bud"|
| Ray C. "Bud" Hadley, 79, died Tues., Feb. 21, 2006, at his home in Hoisington. He was born Sept. 26, 1926, at Enid, Okla., the son of Ray and Velva (Horsley) Hadley. He married B. Claire Sargant on Jan 21, 1950, at Guthrie, Okla. He was the owner of Hadley Roofing Company. He was a Hoisington resident since 1970 coming from north of Ellinwood.|
He was a member of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Hoisington Chamber of Commerce, and a former member or the Hoisington City Council and Planning Commission. He was a veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife, of the home; two daughters, Susan Wendel of Great Bend and Tammy Alexander of Mullinville KS.; one son, Curtis Hadley of Houston, Texas; one sister, Joan Hergert of Guthrie, Okla., six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one brother, Bob Hadley.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb 24, 2006 at Nicholson-Ricke Funeral Home in Hoisington, with the Rev. Paula Bell officiating. Burial at Hoisington Cmetery. Friends may visit from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday asn 9 a.m. to service time Friday at Nicholson-Ricke Funeral Home. Memorials suggested to Great Bend Home Health and Hospice in care of Nickolson-Ricke Funeral Home.
|Published in The Hoisington Dispatch Thurs., Feb. 23, 2006|
Spouse:Notes :Hadley, Robert "Bob"Children:
Death : August 19, 1972, Enid Oklahoma
Burial : Douglas, Oklahoma
Parents:Father: Hadley, Raymond C
Mother: Horsley, Velva Verona
Father: Bennett, Elija IIFamily:
Mother: Teter, Louisa
Marriage: NOV 22,1904 in Enid OklahomaNotes:
Birth : SEP. 19,1873
Death : JUN. 18, 1942 Marshall Oklahoma
Parents:Father: Horsley, Joshua Theodore
Mother: Fralich, Sophie E.
Horsley, Velva Verona
Horsley, Velora Mildred
Birth : APR. 22,1908 Marshal Oklahoma
Death : NOV. 20,1989 Newhall California
Horsley, Doris Pauline
Horsley, Irene Opal
Birth : DEC. 17,1913
Death : AUG. 25,1941
Horsley, Elaine Margaret
Horsley, Ray Calvin
Horsley, Virginia "Bobby" Katherine
Horsley, Eleanor Elizabeth "Bette"
Horsley, "John" Quinton Roosevelt
Birth : JUN. 6,1920 Enid, Garfield Co., Oklahoma
Death : NOV 13,1994 Enid Oklahoma
Picture is Margaret, Calvin and Velva
1910 Census Image
1920 Census Image
In later years Maggie and all the kids lived in the house, on the farm near Marshal Oklahoma, and Calvin lived in a dugout on the side of the hill. My mother spent a lot of time following Calvin around.
Calvin nicknamed my mother "Bonnie Parker". Probably because she was a little wild. He told her how, as a young boy growing up on the ranch in the Cherokee Outlet, the James Gang, the Youngers and other outlaws would come to the ranch. They would give him a dollar to water their horses and such.
Maggie moved to California with some of the children in the late 1930's for a few years. Irene Opal tried to make it in the movies and actualy had a few small parts before her death from Tuberculosis. John Quinton attended UCLA.
Father: Dean, Henry AFamily:
Mother: McCannon, Alice R.
Marriage: APRIL 23, 1922 in First Baptist Church, Beaver Oklahoma
Spouse:Holcomb, Albert ChestnutChildren:
Birth : APR 2,1874 Caldwell County Missouri
Death : OCT 11,1964 Enid, Ok
Parents:Father: Holcomb, Charles
Mother: Wahnsidel, Celia Ellen
Holcomb, Alice Irene
Holcomb, Roy Henry
Holcomb, Ronald Ray "Ronny"
Spouse:Holcomb, Ronald Ray "Ronny"Children:
Birth : MAR 13,1930 Beaver County Oklahoma
Death : JAN 31,1967 Jet Oklahoma
Parents:Father: Holcomb, Albert Chestnut
Mother: Dean, Rosetta "Rosie"