Individual Notes

Note for:   Gary Cook,    -          Index

Individual Note:
     FAMILY NOTES: Phyllis Carpenter Obit, The Lebanon Daily Record, Lebanon, MO., dated 30 September 1999. C. L. (Larry) Larimore Obit. See Larimore/Carpenter Family.

Source of Larimore Family Group: At One World Tree Ancestry.com
 

Individual Notes

Note for:   Gary Lee King,   7 JAN 1948 - 13 DEC 1989         Index

Individual Note: Burial:

     Family Notes: Gary Lee King Family Group Sheet.

Family Notes: See Carpenter/Wilhelm Family.
 

Individual Notes

Note for:   William Riley Dyer,   1818 - 1897         Index

Individual Note:
     FAMILY NOTES: Roxanne Bayle family group sheet, supplied 7 June 1998 by Roxanne Bayle. Dyer - Ramos family group sheet, supplied 22 June 1998 by Katie Dyer Ramos.

author(s): Richard E. Preator Jr.
title: The Descendents of James Dyer and Jane Finn 1998
editor(s): Richard Preator
publisher: Higginson Book Co, P.O. Box 778, Salem, MA 01970
www.higginsonbooks.com

Carl Tatum Sources:
    1. Alice Kaifer Corfman, http://www.corfman.comhtml/d0036/g0007375# 13094.
    2. Chuck Pippin.
    3. Mary Hopson, Stray Leaves from Putnam County History.
Pioneer Families
Sights and Sounds from the Past
Old School Groups
Civil War Soldiers, Pg. 240.
    4. Rootsweb.http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pup/usgenweb/tn/putnam/vitals/marr1878-92.txt.
    5. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pup/usgenweb/tx/donley/cemetery/rowe.txt.
    6. Leah Wave Brumage. (Never Published, this is a written recollection of Leah's childhood recollections. It was written before in the late 1960's or early 1970's);
    7. Heritage Quest, 1880 > TN >. Putnam > 1-Dist Series: T9, Roll 1275, Pg. 87.
    8. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pup/usgenweb/tn/putnam/vitals/dc1942.txt.
    9. Jackson Co., TN Court Records, Reels 19-70.
10. Jackson Co., TN Death Records.
11.Billie Tatum.
12. Tom Evans, Tatum Family, (Received fro Tom Evans via email on 17 Jan 20060).
13. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pup/usgenweb/tx/harris/vitals/divorces/1973/harrvb37b.txt.
14. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pup/usgenweb/tx/harris/vitals/divorces/1937/jeffb37b.txt.
15. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pup/usgenweb/tx/harris/vitals/divorces/1992/brasv92.txt.
16. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pup/usgenweb/tx/harris/vitals/divorces/1995/brasv95.txt.
17. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pup/usgenweb/tx/harris/vitals/marriages/1996/brasm96a.txt.



Individual Notes

Note for:   Charles A. Warner,   1850 -          Index

Individual Note:

1855 Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA Census
Warner, Lyman R. Head M 32 MA Lawyer
            Rosanna Wife F 30 Germany
            Edward L. Son M 10 MA
            Lewis H. Son M 8 MA
            Charles A. Son M 6 MA
            George H. Son M 4 MA
            Frantz D. Son 7/12 MA 

     1860 Saratoga, Marshall Co., IL Census
Warner, Lyman Head 37 M 1823 MA
        Rosanna Wife 38 F 1822 Saxony
        ED Son 18 M 1842 MA MA Saxony
        Lewis Son 12 M 1846 MA MA Saxony
        Charles Son 9 M 1851 MA MA Saxony
        George Son 7 M 1853 MA MA Saxony
        Ezra Son 7/12 M 1858 MA MA Saxony

1870 McFadden Ward C., Fillmore, Co., NE Census
Warner, Lyman Head 48 M 1822 MA
        Rosa Wife 46 F 1824 Germany
        Charles A. Son 19 M 1851 MA MA Germany
        George H. Son 18 M 1852 MA MA Germany
        Fred E. Son 11 M 1859 IL MA Germany
        Albert Son 8 M 1862 IL MA Germany
        Sarah E. Daughter 6 F 1864 IL MA Germany

1880 Hill City, Graham Co., KS Census
Warner, Charles Head 30 M 1850 MA MA Germany
        Alzina Wife 24 F 1856 IA NY VA
        Annie Daughter 4 F 1876 KS MA IA
Mc Carrel, David Servant 22 M 1858 IA NY IL

*Charles A. and Edward L. Warner families information provided by Daryl Stute. See below.
Descendants of Lyman R. Warner by Daryl Stute 4 April 2001

Descendants of Lyman R. Warner
Generation No. 1

1. Lyman R. 1 WARNER. He married Rosanna SYDLE.

Children of LYMAN WARNER and ROSANNA SYDLE is:

       2. i. EDWARD L.2 WARNER, b. 1846 MA, married Laura BARTHOLOMEW 18 Mar 1870 Lincoln, NE,
        d. 4 Nov 1930 Canon City., CO.

        ii. Charles A. WARNER, b. 1851 MA, married 4 Jul 1873 Lincoln, NE Alzina Hallett, Lincoln, NE.

        iii. George H. WARNER, b. 1852 MA,

        iv. Fred E. WARNER, b. 1859 MA.

        v. Albert WARNER, b. 1862 IL.

        vi. Sarah Lizzie WARNER, b. 17 Jun 1964 Marshall Co., IL, m. 22 Jun 1886 Trenton, Hitchcock Co., NE Willard E. DALE,
        m. 22 Jun 1898 Harris Anderson Co., KS Joseph M. Conrad, d. 19 Feb 1912.

        vii. Carl A. Warner, b. 30 May 1865 Marshall Co., IL. M. Gertrude S. Beckman d. 10 Jul 1963 Davey, Lancaster Co., NE

Notes for Rosanna SYDLE:

1900 U.S. Census, Reeder Township, Anderson Co., KS, , Photo copy from the LDS. In the family of Joseph M. Conrad and Sarah L., list Rosa S. Warner as mother-in-law, age 76 born 1823 Germany, having 9 children, 7 living.

Notes for Lyman R. WARNER:

On the 1870 Fillmore Co., NE census the first two children Charles A. and George H. were born in MA, so Lyman and Rosa were married in MA ABT 1845-1846.

1. John BARTHOLOMEW, b. 1817 NY, He married Huldah SEARGEANT 1837 in IL, daughter of Nathum SARGEANT and Huldah CHAPMAN, d. 10 Jan 1851 Davenport, Scott Co., IA.

Children of John BARTHOLOMEW and Huldah SARGEANT is:

        i. John BARTHOLOMEW, b. 20 Sep 1839 IL, d. 27 NOV 1883 Ringgold, GA.

        ii. Lucy E. BARTHOLOMEW, b. 9 May 1843, married Henry RIGSBY, d. 20 Apr 1926 Kansas City, MO.

        iii. Mary BARTHOLOMEW, b. 6 Dec 1845 Vernon, IA, married Milton CHURCH.

        iv. Nahum BARTHOLOMEW, b. 4 May 1848 IL, married 19 Sep 1870 Eliza RIGSBY, d. 7 Nov 1952 Keosauqua,
        Van Buren Co., IA.

        V. Laura BARTHOLOMEW, b.15 Oct 1852 Vernon, IA, married Edward L. WARNER 18 Mar 1870 Lincoln, NE,
        d. 20 Feb 1914 Benkelman, NE, buried Benkelman Cemetery.

A. Mattanah HALLETT, b. 1802 NY married Huldah SARGEANT 15 Oct 1854 in Vernon, IA.

Children of A. Mattanah HALLETT and Huldah SARGEANT:

        i. Alzina HALLETT, b. 1855 married Charles A. WARNER 4 Jul 1873 Lincoln, NE. Charles son of Lyman WARNER and Rosanna SYDLE.

        ii. Henrietta HALLETT, b. 1858, d. in Vernon, IA as a child, buried Vernon Cemetery.

Generation No. 2

    2. EDWARD L.2 WARNER (LAYMAN R.1) was born 1846. He married LAURA BARTHOLOMEW March 18, 1870 in Lincoln, Nebraska, daughter of JOHN BARTHOLOMEW and HULDAH SARGEANT.

Notes for LAURA BARTHOLOMEW:

After their Marriage in Lincoln, Nebraska, they went to Fairmont, Fillmore Co. Neb., then to a farm near Arapahoe in Gosper county, Neb. where they resided ten to eleven years. Edward Warner left his family in 1901, going to Colorado, probably down in the Colorado Springs area. The Mother and family resided near Benkelman, Nebraska, and just across the line in Kansas, until her death, which occurred in Benkelman, Nebraska.

Notes for Edward L. WARNER:

NEBRASKA AND MIDWEST GENEALOGICAL RECORD; VOLUME 10; PART 1; JAN., 1932

ARTICLE: NEBRASKA MARRIAGE RECORDS - LANCASTER COUNTY PAGES 14 - 18

As transcribed by the submitters from the original publication. Submitted to the USGenWeb Nebraska Archives, February, 1998, by Ted and Carole Miller

GENEALOGICAL RECORD 17

Mar. 18, 1870 (Mar. 18). Edward L. Warner of Lancaster Co., age 24, born in MA (sic), son of Lyman R. and Rosanna (Sydle) Warner, married Laura A. Bartholomew of Lancaster Co., age 19, born in Iowa daughter of John Bartholomew, by S. B. Pound, witness., M. Hallett, Priscilla Carr, both of Lancaster Co.

Note the witness M. Hallett is probably the second husband of Huldah SARGEANT and the parents of Alzine HALLETT that married Charles Andrew Warne

Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery, Canon City, Fremont Co., CO.

Record Surname First Death Date

3411 ¦ Warner ¦ Edward ¦ 1930 Nov 4

3412 ¦ Warner ¦ M. ¦ 1878 Sep 6 (wonder who this M. Warner is?)

Children of EDWARD WARNER and LAURA BARTHOLOMEW are:

        9. ix. JESSIE WARNER, b. June 06, 1885; d. January 21, 1926, Rochester, Minnesota.

        10. x. BESSIE WARNER, b. September 02, 1887; d. November 25, 1918, Benkelman Nebraska.

        xi. JOSIE WARNER, b. April 11, 1890, Gosper Co., Nebraska; d. April 11, 1911, Benkelman, Dundy Co. Nebr. (school teacher).

Generation No. 3

    9. JESSIE3 WARNER (EDWARD L.2, LAYMAN F.1) was born June 06, 1885, and died January 21, 1926 in Rochester, Minnesota. She married Adolph Otto Stute March 15, 1903 in Benkelman Nebraska, son of FRIEDRICH STUTE and CAROLINE HOLLENSTEINER.

Children of JESSIE WARNER and Adolph Otto Stute are:

        11. i. ALICEA STUTE, b. October 31, 1904, Benkelman. NE.

        12. ii. GLEN F. STUTE, b. December 31, 1906, Benkelman Nebraska; d. November 04, 1970, Klamath Falls, Oregon.

10. BESSIE3 WARNER (EDWARD L.2, LAYMAN F.1) was born September 02, 1887, and died November 25, 1918 in Benkelman Nebraska. She married FRANK STUTE May 20, 1906 in Benkelman Nebraska, son of FRIEDRICH STUTE and CAROLINE HOLLENSTEINER.

    Children of BESSIE WARNER and FRANK STUTE are:

        i. INEZ JOSEPHINE4 STUTE, b. July 27, 1907, Benkelman Nebraska; d. October 18, 1909, Benkelman Nebraska.

13. ii. ROY EDWARD STUTE, b. November 25, 1908, Benkelman Nebraska; d. February 05, 1985, Benkelman Nebraska Benkelman cemetery.

        iii .IVA J. STUTE, b. January 03, 1911, Benkelman Nebraska; d. February 05, 1911, Benkelman Nebraska.

14. iv. CARL STUTE, b. May 11, 1912, Benkelman Nebraska.

15. v. DORIS STUTE, b. January 07, 1917, Benkelman Nebraska.

Daryl Stute E-mail letter dated 4 April 2001 provided the information of the BARTHOLOMEW and STUTE surnames. He can be contacted at [email protected]
 



Individual Notes

Note for:   George H. Warner,   NOV 1852 -          Index

Individual Note:

1855 Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA Census
Warner, Lyman R. Head M 32 MA Lawyer
            Rosanna Wife F 30 Germany
            Edward L. Son M 10 MA
            Lewis H. Son M 8 MA
            Charles A. Son M 6 MA
            George H. Son M 4 MA
            Frank D. Son 7/12 MA

1860 Saratoga, Marshall Co., IL Census
Warner, Lyman Head 37 M 1822 MA
            Rosanna Wife 35 F 1824 Saxony
            Ed Son 15 M 1842 MA MA Saxony
            Lewis Son 12 M 1846 MA MA Saxony
            Charles Son 9 M 1851 MA MA Saxony
            George Son 7 M 1853 MA MA Saxony
            Ezra Son 9/12 M 1858 IL MA Saxony

1870 McFadden Ward C., Fillmore, Co., NE Census
Warner, Lyman Head 48 M 1822 MA
            Rosa Wife 46 F 1824 Germany
            Charles A. Son 19 M 1851 MA MA Germany
            George H. Son 18 M 1852 MA MA Germany
            Fred E. Son 11 M 1859 IL MA Germany
            Albert Son 8 M 1862 IL MA Germany
            Sarah E. Daughter 6 F 1864 IL MA German

1900 Mt. Pleasant, Henry Co., IA Census
Warner, George Patient M 47 Nov 1852 MA MA Germany
Iona Hospital for Insane
 



Individual Notes

Note for:   Fred E. Warner,   SEP 1859 -          Index

Individual Note: Burial:
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Inglewood
Los Angeles County
California, USA
Plot: Hildale

     On the 1870 Fillmore Co., NE census the first two children Charles A. and George H. were born in MA, so Lyman and Rosa were married in MA ABT 1850.

1870 McFadden Ward C., Fillmore, Co., NE Census
Warner, Lyman Head 48 M 1822 MA
        Rosa Wife 46 F 1824 Germany
        Charles A. Son 19 M 1851 MA MA Germany
        George H. Son 18 M 1852 MA MA Germany
        Fred E. Son 11 M 1859 IL MA Germany
        Albert Son 8 M 1862 IL MA Germany
        Sarah E. Daughter 6 F 1864 IL MA Germany

1880 West Blue, Fillmore Co., NE Census
Warner, Lyman Head 58 M 1822 MA MA MA
        Rosanna Wife 56 F 1824 Germany Germany Germany
        Fred E. Son 20 M 1860 IL MA Germany
        Albert Son 18 M 1862 IL MA Germany
        Sarah E. Daughter 16 F 1864 IL MA Germany

1885 West Blue, Fillmore Co., NE Census
Warner, Lyman Head 64 M 1822 MA MA MA
        Rosa Wife 63 F 1824 Saxony
        Fred Son 25 M 1860 IL MA Saxony
        Clara Daughter-in-law 20 F 1865 IL MA Saxony
        Alfred Son 23 M 1862 IL MA Saxony
        S. Lizzie Daughter 21 F 1864 IL MA Saxony

1895 Ryan, Sumner Co., KS Census
Warner, Albert Head M 33 IL
            Fred Brother M 27 IL
            Ed Brother M 25 IL

1900 Hastings, Adams Co., NE Census
Warner, Fred Head M 40 Sep 1859 IL MA Germany
        Clara Wife F 34 Jun 1865 IL Scotland IL
        Eva Daughter F 13 Jun 1886 NE IL IL
        Grace Daughter F 11 Aug 1888 NE IL IL
        Mary Daughter F 8 Jun 1891 NE IL IL
        Ida Daughter F 5 Jan 1895 NE IL IL
        Ruth Daughter F 3 Aug 1896 NE IL IL
        Baby Daughter F 11/12 Jun 1899 NE IL IL

1920 North Nampa, Canyon Co., ID Census
Warner, Fred E. Head M 60 IL
            Clara Wife 54 PA
            Lewis Son M 15 ID



Individual Notes

Note for:   Edward L. Warner,   1846 - 4 NOV 1930         Index

Individual Note: Burial:
Greenwood Cemetery
Canon City
Fremont County
Colorado, USA
Plot: 2
 

     Edward L. Warner Photo

*Charles A. and Edward L. Warner families information provided by Daryl Stute. See below.
Descendants of Lyman R. Warner by Daryl Stute 4 April 2001

Descendants of Lyman R. Warner
Generation No. 1

1. Lyman R. 1 WARNER. He married Rosanna SYDLE.

Children of LYMAN WARNER and ROSANNA SYDLE is:

       2. i. EDWARD L.2 WARNER, b. 1846 MA, married Laura BARTHOLOMEW 18 Mar 1870 Lincoln, NE,
        d. 4 Nov 1930 Canon City., CO.

        ii. Charles A. WARNER, b. 1851 MA, married 4 Jul 1873 Lincoln, NE Alzina Hallett, Lincoln, NE.

        iii. George H. WARNER, b. 1852 MA,

        iv. Fred E. WARNER, b. 1859 MA.

        v. Albert WARNER, b. 1862 IL.

        vi. Sarah Lizzie WARNER, b. 17 Jun 1964 Marshall Co., IL, m. 22 Jun 1886 Trenton, Hitchcock Co., NE Willard E. DALE,
        m. 22 Jun 1898 Harris Anderson Co., KS Joseph M. Conrad, d. 19 Feb 1912.

        vii. Carl A. Warner, b. 30 May 1865 Marshall Co., IL. M. Gertrude S. Beckman d. 10 Jul 1963 Davey, Lancaster Co., NE

Notes for Rosanna SYDLE:

1900 U.S. Census, Reeder Township, Anderson Co., KS, , Photo copy from the LDS. In the family of Joseph M. Conrad and Sarah L., list Rosa S. Warner as mother-in-law, age 76 born 1823 Germany, having 9 children, 7 living.

Notes for Lyman R. WARNER:

On the 1870 Fillmore Co., NE census the first two children Charles A. and George H. were born in MA, so Lyman and Rosa were married in MA ABT 1845-1846.

1. John BARTHOLOMEW, b. 1817 NY, He married Huldah SARGEANT 1837 in IL, daughter of Nathum SARGEANT and Huldah CHAPMAN, d. 10 Jan 1851 Davenport, Scott Co., IA.

Children of John BARTHOLOMEW and Huldah SARGEANT is:

        i. John BARTHOLOMEW, b. 20 Sep 1839 IL, d. 27 NOV 1883 Ringgold, GA.

        ii. Lucy E. BARTHOLOMEW, b. 9 May 1843, married Henry RIGSBY, d. 20 Apr 1926 Kansas City, MO.

        iii. Mary BARTHOLOMEW, b. 6 Dec 1845 Vernon, IA, married Milton CHURCH.

        iv. Nahum BARTHOLOMEW, b. 4 May 1848 IL, married 19 Sep 1870 Eliza RIGSBY, d. 7 Nov 1952 Keosauqua, Van Buren Co., IA.

        V. Laura BARTHOLOMEW, b.15 Oct 1852 Vernon, IA, married Edward L. WARNER 18 Mar 1870 Lincoln, NE,d. 20 Feb 1914 Benkelman, NE, buried Benkelman Cemetery.

A. Mattanah HALLETT, b. 1802 NY married Huldah SARGEANT 15 Oct 1854 in Vernon, IA.

Children of A. Mattanah HALLET and Huldah SARGEANT:

        i. Alzina HALLETT, b. 1855 married Charles A. WARNER 4 Jul 1873 Lincoln, NE. Charles son of Lyman WARNER and Rosanna SYDLE.

        ii. Henrietta HALLETT, b. 1858, d. in Vernon, IA as a child, buried Vernon Cemetery.

Generation No. 2

    2. EDWARD L.2 WARNER (LAYMAN R.1) was born 1846. He married LAURA BARTHOLOMEW March 18, 1870 in Lincoln, Nebraska, daughter of JOHN BARTHOLOMEW and HULDAH SARGEANT.

Notes for LAURA A. BARTHOLOMEW:

After their Marriage in Lincoln, Nebraska, they went to Fairmont, Fillmore Co. Neb., then to a farm near Arapahoe in Gosper county, Neb. where they resided ten to eleven years. Edward Warner left his family in 1901, going to Colorado, probably down in the Colorado Springs area. The Mother and family resided near Benkelman, Nebraska, and just across the line in Kansas, until her death, which occurred in Benkelman, Nebraska.

Notes for Edward L. WARNER:

NEBRASKA AND MIDWEST GENEALOGICAL RECORD; VOLUME 10; PART 1; JAN., 1932

ARTICLE: NEBRASKA MARRIAGE RECORDS - LANCASTER COUNTY PAGES 14 - 18

As transcribed by the submitters from the original publication. Submitted to the Usgenweb Nebraska Archives, February, 1998, by Ted and Carole Miller

GENEALOGICAL RECORD 17

Mar. 18, 1870 (Mar. 18). Edward L. Warner of Lancaster Co., age 24, born in MA (sic), son of Lyman R. and Rosanna (Sydle) Warner, married Laura A. Bartholomew of Lancaster Co., age 19, born in Iowa daughter of John Bartholomew, by S. B. Pound, witss., M. Hallett, Priscilla Carr, both of Lancaster Co.

Note the witness M. Hallett is probably the second husband of Huldah SARGEANT and the parents of Alzine HALLETT that married Charles Andrew Warne

Greenwood Pioneer Cemetery, Canon City, Fremont Co., CO.

Record Surname First Death Date

3411 ¦ Warner ¦ Edward ¦ 1930 Nov 4

3412 ¦ Warner ¦ M. ¦ 1878 Sep 6 (wonder who this M. Warner is?)

Children of EDWARD WARNER and LAURA BARTHOLOMEW are:

        9. ix. JESSIE WARNER, b. June 06, 1885; d. January 21, 1926, Rochester, Minnesota.

        10. x. BESSIE WARNER, b. September 02, 1887; d. November 25, 1918, Benkelman Nebraska.

        xi. JOSIE WARNER, b. April 11, 1890, Gosper Co., Nebraska; d. April 11, 1911, Benkelman, Dundy Co. Nebr. (school teacher).

Generation No. 3

    9. JESSIE3 WARNER (EDWARD L.2, LAYMAN F.1) was born June 06, 1885, and died January 21, 1926 in Rochester, Minnesota. She married Adolph Otto Stute March 15, 1903 in Benkelman Nebraska, son of FRIEDRICH STUTE and CAROLINE HOLLENSTEINER.

Children of JESSIE WARNER and Adolph Otto Stute are:

        11. i. ALICEA STUTE, b. October 31, 1904, Benkelman. NE.

        12. ii. GLEN F. STUTE, b. December 31, 1906, Benkelman Nebraska; d. November 04, 1970, Klamath Falls, Oregon.

10. BESSIE3 WARNER (EDWARD L.2, LAYMAN F.1) was born September 02, 1887, and died November 25, 1918 in Benkelman Nebraska. She married FRANK STUTE May 20, 1906 in Benkelman Nebraska, son of FRIEDRICH STUTE and CAROLINE HOLLENSTEINER.

    Children of BESSIE WARNER and FRANK STUTE are:

        i. INEZ JOSEPHINE4 STUTE, b. July 27, 1907, Benkelman Nebraska; d. October 18, 1909, Benkelman Nebraska.

13. ii. ROY EDWARD STUTE, b. November 25, 1908, Benkelman Nebraska; d. February 05, 1985, Benkelman Nebraska Benkelman cemetery.

        iii .IVA J. STUTE, b. January 03, 1911, Benkelman Nebraska; d. February 05, 1911, Benkelman Nebraska.

14. iv. CARL STUTE, b. May 11, 1912, Benkelman Nebraska.

15. v. DORIS STUTE, b. January 07, 1917, Benkelman Nebraska.

Daryl Stute E-mail letter dated 4 April 2001 provided the information of the BARTHOLOMEW and STUTE surnames. He can be contacted at [email protected]

1850 Hampshire, Westfield Co., MA Census
Warner, Lyman Head 27 M MA
        Rosanna Wife 25 F Germany
        Edward Son 4 M MA MA Germany
        Lewis Son 2 M MA MA Germany

1855 Northampton, Hampshire Co., MA Census
Warner, Lyman R. Head M 32 MA Lawyer
            Rosanna Wife F 30 Germany
            Edward L. Son M 10 MA
            Lewis H. Son M 8 MA
            Charles A. Son M 6 MA
            George H. Son M 4 MA
            Frantz D. Son 7/12 MA 

1860 Saratoga, Marshall Co., IL Census
Warner, Lyman Head 37 M 1823 MA
        Rosanna Wife 38 F 1822 Saxony
        ED Son 18 M 1842 MA MA Saxony
        Lewis Son 12 M 1846 MA MA Saxony
        Charles Son 9 M 1851 MA MA Saxony
        George Son 7 M 1853 MA MA Saxony
        Ezra Son 7/12 M 1858 MA MA Saxony

1880 West Muddy, Gosper Co., NE Census
Warner, Edwin L. Head 34 M MA MA Germany
        Laura Wife 29 F IA PA VT
        Mary E. Daughter 9 F NE MA IA
        George B. Son 7 M NE MA IA
        John E. Son 5 M NE MA IA
        Harry Son 3 M NE MA IA
        Fanny G. Daughter 1 F NE MA IA
 
1910 Pueblo Co., CO Census
Warner, Edward Head M 65 MA MA Germany
        Martha Wife F 54 OH PA PA
Both are School Teachers
 



Individual Notes

Note for:   Laura A. Bartholomew,   15 OCT 1842 - 20 FEB 1914         Index

Individual Note: Burial:
Benkelman Cemetery
Benkelman
Dundy County
Nebraska, USA

1856 Vernon, Van Buren Co., IA Census
Hallett, Mattannah Head M 54 NY
            Hulda Wife F 36 VT
            Jane Daughter F 9 IA
            Cynthia S. Daughter F 6 IA
            Alzina A. Daughter F 1 IA
Bartholomew, John Step-son M 16 IL
                        Mary A. Step-dau F 14 IA
                        Nathum Step-son M 9 IL
                        Laura A. Step-dau F 5 IA

1880 West Muddy, Gosper Co., NE Census
Warner, Edwin L. Head 34 M MA MA Germany
            Laura Wife 29 F IA PA VT
            Mary E. Daughter 9 F NE MA IA
            George B. Son 7 M NE MA IA
            John E. Son 5 M NE MA IA
            Harry Son 3 M NE MA IA
            Fanny G. Daughter 1 F NE MA IA

1900 Benkelman, Dundy Co., NE Census
Warner, Laura A. Head F 47 IA
            Jessie F. Daughter F 14 NE
            Bessie A. Daughter F 12 NE
            Josie B. Daughter F 10 NE

     After their marriage in Lincoln, NE they cent to Fairmont, Fillmore Co., NE then to a farm near Arapahoe, Gosper Co., NE where they resided ten to eleven years. Edward Warner left his family in 1801 going to Canon City, Fremont Co., CO where he died 4 Nov 1930. The mother and family resided near Benkelman, NE just across the line in KS until her death 20 Feb 1914 In Benkelman, NE.
 



Individual Notes

Note for:   John Bartholomew,   19 APR 1817 - 10 JAN 1851         Index

Individual Note:
     FAMILY NOTES: See Lyman Warner/Rosanna Sydle FamilyFAMILY NOTES: See Lyman Warner/Rosanna Sydle Family

1850 Naples, Ontario Co., NY Census
Bartholomew, John M 32 NY
        Julia F 22 NY
        Celicia F 8 NY
1860 Naples, Ontario Co., NY Census
Bartholomew, John M 42 NY
        Julia Ann F 34 NY
        Joseph M 9 NY

Source, Nathan SARGEANT/Huldah CHAPMAN World Trees at Ancestry.com
 

Individual Notes

Note for:   Elam Mac Sprott,   20 JUN 1824 - 31 DEC 1898         Index

Individual Note: Burial:
Pleasant Hill Cemetery
Nolanville
Bell County
Texas, USA
 

     FAMILY NOTES: Daniel W. Avery e-mail dated 01/01/2000 with the Elam Mac Sprott/Ann Rebeccah Cathcart Family Bible history contents. E. M. fought in the Civil War and Ann died in 1866 a year after the war. He then married Louise and a had a boy by the name of Joe.

Daniel W. Avery E-mail dated 01/01/2000 with the Elam Mac Sprott/Ann Rebeccah Cathcart Family Bible history contents.

E. M .Sprott Family Bible

Hello Paul,
Here is what we have on the Sprott's:

E. Mac and Ann Rebeccah (Cathcart) Sprott

E. M. Sprott recorded the following about his family history in his bible.

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"Grandfather Hughey Sprott came to America from Ireland about 1793 and married Mary Spratt (an Irish woman) of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina in 1794 and moved to Lincoln County, North Carolina. My father James Sprott was born in 1795 and at the age of 28, in 1823, married my mother Ann Tefapaugh, a German lady and moved to Mecklenburg County, North Carolina where I was born in 1824. Grew up and at the age of 28 years moved to Texas in the year 1853."

E. M. was born June 20th, 1824 and Ann was born October 11th, 1831. E. M. and Ann had seven children. James Arno was born March 9th, 1849, Charles Mach was born December 18th, 1850, and Mary Ann was born February 20th, 1853. These first three were born in North Carolina, then the family headed west. Henry Lee was born January 19th, 1855, Aultna Rebeccah was born November 16th, 1856, Thomas L. was born March 18th, 1859, and Elum Labe was born February 6th, 1862. These last four were all born in Texas. E. M. fought in the Civil War and returned home after its conclusion. Ann Cathcart Sprott died in 1866 in the year after the war was over. In 1867 E. M. married again. He and his second wife Louise had a boy named Joe.

The following is an excerpt from a letter written by Iola Cope to her mother Maude (Sprott) Cope, about a visit to the Sprott Ranch in Texas in October of 1943. Iola is James Arno Sprott's granddaughter and E. M. and Ann's great-granddaughter.


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"Dear Mom and Dad,

Well last Thursday Louise called me and said she and Jimmy were going down home over the weekend and asked me if I wouldn't like to go along. I was just thrilled to pieces. So I met Great Uncle Joe, Grampa Jim's half-brother, the youngest of the family and the only child by great-granddad E. M. Sprott's second wife. Uncle Joe has the family record and it sure is interesting. I'm going to relate it to you and I hope you get it straight. My great-great-great-grandfather, Hughey Sprott came to America in 1772 from Ireland with two other brothers. Hughey Sprott married an Irish woman and their son, James Sprott married a full-blooded German woman, and their son, Elam Mac Sprott, married Ann Cathcart, your grandmother (Oh yes, They settled in North Carolina). E. M. Sprott and Ann Cathcart had three children: Grandpa Jim, Charles Mac Sprott, and Aunt Mary before they left North Carolina and come to Texas. They were on the road three months among Indians until they finally ran into someone and he told them about a homestead with a newly built log cabin and took him to the owner of it. So Great-grandpa E. M. Sprott swapped his horses and buckboard for the house and the land. That was down there in the valley pretty close to where Uncle Joe lives now. Well, E. M. Sprott and his family moved three times before they filed on the place where Uncle Joe lives now. Uncle Joe said that grandpa Jim helped build all of the fences and rock and log buildings that are there today. I saw a real old rock fence still as good as new and Uncle Joe said that Great-grandpa E. M. and Grandpa Jim built it and the barn too. It's part rock and part log, but they built it. Uncle Joe has built a new house and everything as modern as any house in town now. They have a beautiful place. Mom you would sure get a thrill I know. It sure did thrill me. They have a big low rambling house with large rooms and a bathroom. I just fell in love with the house and everyone in it. They were all so sweet to me.

Great-grandpa E. M. Sprott fought in the civil war but came back. Grandpa Jim was 15 and just barely missed having to go. Great-grandma Ann Cathcart Sprott died in 1866 in the year after the civil war was over. In 1867 E. M. married again. I have forgotten her name and then uncle Joe was born. Grandpa Jim was born in 1849 - March 9th to be exact. Uncle Joe and I figured had he lived he would be 94 today. He married in 1876 (I believe) to America J. Dawson. There aren't any Dawsons left down there now, Uncle Joe said, so I can't find out anything about them. Uncle Joe doesn't remember seeing Grandpa Jim except once when grandpa was about 20 or 21. He came down from where he was living at Buffalo Gap in a buckboard driven by great big oxen. He had come after a load of wheat. Aunt Mary said that was the last time she saw him. He said they heard that Grandpa Jim lived in Alamogordo, New Mexico, but didn't know he had gone to Kansas until they heard some way that he had died in Kansas. Uncle Joe said he heard his father say that Grandpa Jim had gone up the trail once, the Chisholm Trail, and he said he bet that was why he finally went to Kansas, because he had seen the country around Dodge City and liked it

Grandpa must have been the roamer of the family because all the others stayed right around the old home place. I don't know if any of the others are living besides Aunt Mary (Cousin Annie's mother) and Uncle Joe. Aunt Mary doesn't hear very well and when Uncle Joe introduced me she thought he said daughter instead of granddaughter and said, "Oh, your poor daddy" and even started crying and grabbed me in her arms. It sure got me. I didn't even think of that because it had been so long. It didn't last long though, and she stood and just looked at me for a long time. I guess she was trying to see some resemblance but I don't think she did. She soon figured I was his granddaughter and said she didn't know what to ask me first. She said that when Grandpa Jim died someone of his family wrote her and asked if she had a picture of him. She had the only one that anyone has ever seen and seemed to be the only picture. She sent it to them though, and I suppose it was Aunt Ollie (Olive Sprott Tolson) that wrote her and said the youngest boy looked just like him. She (Aunt Mary) kind of had the kids mixed-up though. She kept getting you (Maude) and Ollie mixed -up. I don't think she ever got it straight who I belonged to, only that Jim was my grandfather. I think Aunt Ollie must have written her for a while but stopped and Aunt Mary never heard anymore from anyone. Aunt Mary was quite put out that I could only stay a while with her and insisted that the next time I must stay all night with her and we would have a big visit.

She is such a sweet old thing too. Aunt Mary's boy, the oldest boy I believe, has her living with him and Aunt Mary has her place leased out. All her kids have their own places and all Uncle Joe's kids have large places of their own. Uncle Joe's place is about four or five hundred acres and he has sheep, cows, horses, pigs, chickens, turkeys and cotton and acres and acres of pasture. Uncle Joe certainly does all right too. He goes in for houses. My He has some fine ones and he has three thoroughbred stallions. Two are quarter horses and one is a race horse named Happy Jack. I just love that place. In fact I am very much in love with Texas, that part of it anyway. One thing you can say with the exception of me, the Sprotts are on general rule a nice-looking family all the way through. Uncle Joe looks like Abraham Lincoln and his kids are all fairly good-looking. Doc was a very good-looking boy - you can tell because he still is, and Darrel is nice-looking. Cousin Annie said Louise and I favored, too. I don't think so, though. Aunt Mary is real small but of course is stooped awfully now. She doesn't wear glasses and she quilts all the time. She has quilted seven this summer and has all she can do this winter piled-up. She has made a quilt for all her nieces and nephews so far. Maybe she will make one for me. Ha. She will be 91 in February. Her husband lived to be 94. He has been dead for about six years now. I am back home now and very anxious to get this letter to you. Francis wasn't the slightest bit interested in my experiences, in fact, almost told me so - so you suffered. Better have Betty read this to you or someone, as it is pretty mixed-up. Bye, now.
Love, Iola"

Thanks again,
Dan Avery

E. M. Sprott and Ann R. Cathcart Marriage Record.

1860 Western District, Milam Co., TX Census
Sprott, E. M. Head 35 M NC
        Rebecca Wife 33 F NC
        James Son 11 M NC NC NC
        Charles Son 9 M NC NC NC
        Mary Daughter 7 F NC NC NC
        Henry Son 6 M NC NC NC
        Aultna Daughter 2 F NC NC NC
        Thomas Son 1/3 M NC NC NC

1870 Beat 5 Bell Co., TX Census
Sprott, E. M. Head 46 M NC
        Nancy Wife 36 F TN
        James Son 21 M NC NC NC
        Charles Son 19 M NC NC NC
        Mary Daughter 18 F NC NC NC
        Henry Son 15 M NC NC NC
        Aultna Daughter 14 F NC NC NC
        Thomas Son 11 M NC NC NC
        Elum Label Son 8 M TX NC TN
        Joseph Son 1 M TX NC TN
Burks, Vesta Border 14 F MO
        Jane Border 11 F MO
        Richard Border 9 M TX



Individual Notes

Note for:   James Sprott,   ABT 1795 -          Index

Individual Note:
     FAMILY NOTES: Daniel W. Avery E-mail dated 01/01/2000 with the Elam Mac Sprott/Ann Rebeccah Cathcart Family Bible history contents

1840 Mecklenburg Co., NC Census
    Name Males 8-10 Males 10-15 Females Under 8 Females 20-30 Females 30-40
    Sprott, Mrs. Ann 1 1111

Individual Notes

Note for:   Hughey Sprott,   ABT 1773 -          Index

Individual Note:
     FAMILY NOTES: Daniel W. Avery E-mail dated 01/01/2000 with the Elam Mac Sprott/Ann Rebeccah Cathcart Family Bible history contents
 

Individual Notes

Note for:   Jesse A. Sprott,   1 JUL 1884 - 11 JUL 1979         Index

Individual Note: Birth and Death Source

     Mable Catherine Dale/Jesse A. Sprott wedding photo Date and place of wedding photo is; 1910 Forgan, Beaver Co., OK.

The other photos is that of Jesse taken ABT 1928 - 1934 in Ford, KS. Jesse worked for Ford County road department for several years operating a road grader and the two photos show the advancement of the equipment used during this time frame. The names of the children are Ruth age 8, Ruby age 2 and Jesse.

Obituary of Jesse A. Sprott, Dodge City Daily Globe, Dodge City, KS dated 13 July 1979.
Rick Dawson E-mail letter dated 10 May 1999 of the James Arno Sprott/America Jacqueline L. Dawson Family Group.

Ford Cemetery records for Jesse A. Sprott

Jesse and Mable Sprott Headstone

Jesse A. Sprott Census

1910 Odee and Cimarron, Meade Co., KS
    Sprott, Jesse A. Head 30 M W 1884 TX NC TX

1930 Pleasant Valley, Ford Co., KS Census
Sprott, Jesse A. Head 46 M W 1884 TX NC TX
        Mable C. Wife 36 F W 1892 NE IL IL
        Dale A. Son 17 M W 1913 OK TX IL
        Murl A. Son 15 M W 1915 KS TX IL
        Esther D. Daughter 12 F W 1918 KS TX IL
        J. Edith Daughter 8 F W 1922 OK TX IL
        Auda R. Daughter 5 F W 1925 OK TX IL
        Ruby J Daughter 3 F W 1927 KS TX IL
        Lloyd M. Son 2 M W 1928 KS TX IL



Individual Notes

Note for:   Louise Unknown,    -          Index

Individual Note:
     FAMILY NOTES: Daniel W. Avery E-mail dated 01/01/2000 with the Elam Mac Sprott/Ann Rebeccah Cathcart Family Bible history contents
 

Individual Notes

Note for:   Emmett A. King,  01 SEP 1921  -          Index

Individual Note: Burial:

     Family Notes: See Carpenter/Wilhelm Family.
 

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