MARCELL & COUFAL Family History by Cindy L. Marcell - pafn173 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

MARCELL & COUFAL Family History by Cindy L. Marcell

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Clementine "Clemmy" Hurt

1860 Division 2, Adair, Kentucky Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Montgomery, Clementine 62 KY 150 personal property
Quinctillian m 39 black smith 1500 300 KY
Robert A 25 farmer 1500 300 KY
Joel Saunders 18 farm labor
nearby is Joel S Montgomery 64 VA & family

1860 District 1, Adair, Kentucky Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Montgomery, Robert 64 farmer 2000 1870 Adair Co., KY
Elizabeth 53 Adair Co., KY
Martha G 32 Adair Co., KY
Jane 53 Adair Co., KY


Lockey "Susan" Hurt

1850 District 2, Adair Co., Kentucky Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Lockey f 56 KY
Francis m 18 KY farmer
Susan f 16 KY

I u/a to find Lockey on the 1860 census, so assume she died before then.


Philip Mulkey

1920 Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Mulkey, John J head O 60 m MO KY IL locmotive railroad
Ida wife 50 KS KY KY
Gladys dau 27 KS MO KS bookkepper grocery store
Grace dau 25 KS MO KS teacher public school
Jewell son 15 NE MO KS
Phillip son 7 NE MO KS

1930 Fairbury, Jefferson, Nebraska Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Mulkey, John J head O 2500 R 71 m 32 MO KY KY
Ida M wife 61 m 22 KS KY KY
S. Grace dau 35 s KS MO KS saleslady dept store
Jonathan son 25 s NE MO KS proprietor radio shop
Philip son 17 s NE MO KS none
Lamm, Gladys M. dau 37 m 28 KS MO KS society editor weekly paper

PHILIP MULKEY 26 Aug 1912 Feb 1980 68352 (Fairbury, Jefferson, NE) 68352 (Fairbury, Jefferson, NE) 507-05-2504 Nebraska


William H. Sarber

1850 Harrison, Kosciusko, Indiana Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell, enum Oct 1850
Sarber Wm H 20 OH farmer 150
Mercy A 19 OH
Clinton M 2/12 IN
next door-
Sarber, Abram 43 farmer 2000 PA
Louisa 42 OH; Adam 18 OH; Malissa A 16 OH; Amanda R 13 OH; May L 10 IL; Thos B 7 IN; Dorotha 3 IN; John F 2/12 IN

1860 Prairie, Kosciusko, Indiana Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Sarber William H 30 farmer 1600 350 OH
Ann 30 NY
Clinton 10 IN
John 7/12IA
Anilla 2 or 7 /12 IN

1870 Harrison, Kosciusko, Indiana Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell, enum Sep 13 1870
Sarber William 41 day laborer 2000 100 OH
Mercy A 40 keeping house NY
Clinton M 20 day laborer IN
Oliver B 7 IN
Eliver O 1/12 Oct IN


Mercy Ann Unknown

1850 Harrison, Kosciusko, Indiana Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell, enum Oct 1850
Sarber Wm H 20 OH farmer 150
Mercy A 19 OH
Clinton M 2/12 IN
next door-
Sarber, Abram 43 farmer 2000 PA
Louisa 42 OH; Adam 18 OH; Malissa A 16 OH; Amanda R 13 OH; May L 10 IL; Thos B 7 IN; Dorotha 3 IN; John F 2/12 IN

1860 Prairie, Kosciusko, Indiana Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Sarber William H 30 farmer 1600 350 OH
Ann 30 NY
Clinton 10 IN
John 7/12IA
Anilla 2 or 7 /12 IN

1870 Harrison, Kosciusko, Indiana Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell, enum Sep 13 1870
Sarber William 41 day laborer 2000 100 OH
Mercy A 40 keeping house NY
Clinton M 20 day laborer IN
Oliver B 7 IN
Eliver O 1/12 Oct IN

1880 Highland, Doniphan, Kansas Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Sarber, Mercy A 50 widow keeps house NY NY Conn
Oliver B 17 son at school IN OH NY
Elmer O 11 son at school IN OH NY

1910 Beatrice Ward 1, Gage, Nebraska Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Clinton C Sarber 60 m1 37 IN PA NY barber own shop
Mary Sarber 54 m1 37 7 6 IL NY NY
Mercy Sarber 80 mother widow NY NY NY
Elmer Sarber 40 brother s IN PA NY


Howard B. Vanderslice

William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas, first published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL.
DONIPHAN COUNTY, Part 13 - BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.
http://www.kancoll.org/books/cutler/doniphan/doniphan-co-p13.html#BIOGRAPHICAL_SKETCHES5
"She bore him fifteen children, of whom five are living. Howard, one of his sons, is married and is a grain merchant at White Cloud; Samuel is a clerk in Belleville, this state; John W. is married and living in Hamilton County, Ohio; Maggie, the only daughter, is living with her father; R. M. is the youngest child living. All these children were born in Kansas, excepting Howard, who was born in Kentucky. (sic) in the same home that his father was, being only four months old when he came to Kansas. Howard was appointed station agent on the A. & N. R. R., in 1873, and served that company faithfully for nine years, and then left them to go into the grain and wood business at White Cloud."William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas, first published in 1883 by A. T. Andreas, Chicago, IL.
DONIPHAN COUNTY, Part 13 - BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.
http://www.kancoll.org/books/cutler/doniphan/doniphan-co-p13.html#BIOGRAPHICAL_SKETCHES5
"She bore him fifteen children, of whom five are living. Howard, one of his sons, is married and is a grain merchant at White Cloud; Samuel is a clerk in Belleville, this state; John W. is married and living in Hamilton County, Ohio; Maggie, the only daughter, is living with her father; R. M. is the youngest child living. All these children were born in Kansas, excepting Howard, who was born in Kentucky. (sic) in the same home that his father was, being only four months old when he came to Kansas. Howard was appointed station agent on the A. & N. R. R., in 1873, and served that company faithfully for nine years, and then left them to go into the grain and wood business at White Cloud."

Gray's Doniphan County History. A record of the happenings of half a hundred years. by P. L. Gray, 1905, Roycroft Press. (transcribed by Cindy Marcell)
p34
The first depot agent was Howard VANDERSLICE.
In 1894, Highland Station claimed to be the center of the greatest population in the country, there being 1,400 people within a radius of three miles from town.
The present business men are: George Miller & Ed Kent, dealers in general merchandise; Dr. A. Herring, druggist; Paul Jones, restaurant; L. Myers, blacksmith; F. Troxel, hotel & liveryman; B. F. Martin, blacksmith; & N. N. Gallagher, dealer in hardware, and buyer and shipper of stock and grains.

1860 Iowa Twp., Doniphan Co., Kansas Territory Federal Census (transcribed by Cindy Marcell)
Thos I Vanderslice 32 Kentucky Male
Sarah I Vanderslice 66 Kentucky Female (this is incorrect age written by census taker, age should be 26!)
Howard B Vanderslice 7 Kentucky Male
Daniel Vanderslice 5 Kentucky Male
Samuel P Vanderslice 2 Kentucky Male
Jno W Vanderslice 1 Kentucky Male
George A. Hancock 14 MO Male

1870 Iowa Twp, Doniphan Co., Kansas Federal Census, p 97 (transcribed by Cindy Marcell)
Vanderslice, Thomas 42 farmer 6000 1600 KY
Sarah 36 keeping house KY
Howard 17 KY
Daniel 14 KS
Samuel 12 KS
William 11 KS
Margaret 9 KS
Russell 7 KS

1880 Iowa Point, Doniphan, KS Federal census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Howard Vanderdice 27 m railroad agent KY KY KY
Minnie E. Vanderdice 24 m KS VA VA
Martha Flynn 14 s sis-in-law KS VA VA

1900 Kansas City Ward 9, Jackson, Missouri Federal census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Howard Vanderslice 47 Apr 1853 m25 KY KY KY
Minnie Vanderslice 44 wifeJan 185(1?) m25 0 0 KS VA VA
Lavinia Flinn 31 sis-in-law s KS VA VA

https://lists.rootsweb.com/hyperkitty/th/read/vanderslice/2000-08/0967582842 by Ann Torbett <[email protected]>
Kansas marriages-
Howard Vanderslice/Mildred (Minnie) Elizabeth Flinn Jan. 27, 1875 Iowa Point, Kansas


Timothy Justin Marcell

Hiawatha Daily World, Apr 15 1913, translated by Cindy Marcell
Myer-Marcell, Miss Jessie Myer, aged 21, & Timothy Justin Marcell, aged 26, both of Severance,were married by Probate Judge Seaman at his office in the courthouse Tuesday aftrnoon.

Doniphan Co Cemeteries-
Marcell Timothy J 1887- 1976- High SSC x
Marcell Jessie May- 1892- 1967- High SSC x

TIM MARCELL 25 Feb 1887 Aug 1976 64504 (Saint Joseph, Buchanan, MO) (none specified) 491-24-8369 Missouri


Norris C. Birchfield

1870 Iowa Twp, Doniphan Co., Kansas Federal Census (transcribed by Cindy Marcell)
Burchfield, John 38 farmer 1600 1400 KY
Julia 38 keeping house KY
Georgette 16 KS
Luther 12 KS
Edward 9 KS
Anna 7 KS
Elizabeth 4 KS

1880 Padonia, Brown Co., KS United States Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
John W. BIRCHFIELD 49 Kentucky Self Married White Male
Julia A. BIRCHFIELD 49 Kentucky Wife Married White Female
Anna M. BIRCHFIELD 17 Kansas Dau Single White Female
Edward C. BIRCHFIELD 18 FARMER Son Single White Male
Elizabeth BIRCHFIELD 14 Kansas Dau Single White Female
Luther D. BIRCHFIELD 21 Kansas Son Single White Male

1910 - Iowa, Doniphan Co., Kansas Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Birchfield, Edward T. head 51 m 23 KS KY KY grain buyer ___ator
Jessie wife 43 m1 23 4 3 OH OH OH housewife
Norris son 19 KS KS OH bookkeeper Bank
Hazel dau 16 KS KS OH none
Louise dau 6 KS KS OH

1920 - Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., California Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Birchfield Norris C head R 29 m KS US US cashier Bank
Nell wife 32 KS germany unknown IL none

1930 - Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., California Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Birchfield, Norris C head 39 m 22 KS US US manager Mortgage Loan Co
Nellie M wife 42 m 25 KS Germany IL

California Death Index, 1940-1997
Norris C Birchfield 24 Jun 1968 Los Angeles MALE 15 Dec 1890 Kansas Miller

White Cloud, Doniphan Co., Kansas is located adjacent to St. Joseph, MO


Nellie G. Unknown

1920 - Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., California Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Birchfield Norris C head R 29 m KS US US cashier Bank
Nell wife 32 KS Germany unknown IL none

1930 - Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., California Federal Census, transcribed by Cindy Marcell
Birchfield, Norris C head 39 m 22 KS US US manager Mortgage Loan Co
Nellie M wife 42 m 25 KS Germany IL

California Death Index, 1940-1997
Nellie G Birchfield 17 Jan 1964 Los Angeles FEMALE 1 Apr 1881 Kansas


Donald Leroy "Buster" Marcell

Was in a car accident, abt. a week later while in hospital he died of a heart attack. Officiated by Rev. Glenn Puder
IN LOVING MEMORY - DONALD LEROY MARCELL
Passed away in Bakersfield, California, Wednesday, February 7, 1968, Age 53 years, 8 mos, 2 days. Services: Payne & Sons Funeral Home Saturday, Feb. 10, 10:00 am
Officiating: The Rev. Dr. Glenn D. Puder, Graveside Midway Lodge No. 426, F. & A.M.

California Marriage Index, 1960-1985
Donald L Marcell abt 1914 Rosamary Pullen abt 1926 30 Dec 1967 Los Angeles City
Donald L Marcell abt 1914 Rosemary Holderman abt 1926 30 Dec 1967 Los Angeles City


California Death Index, 1940-1997
MARCELL, DONALD L 7 Feb 1968 KERN 67035076 MALE 5 Jun 1914 KANSAS


Rosemary Holderman Pullen

Previously married, had a daughter named Cindy.
Is this her daughter under the CA Divorce Index?
Cynthia J Pullen to Robert E Orange 27 Jul 1978
or could it be her under the CA Birth Index-
Cynthia Louise Pullen 23 Oct 1955 Female Smith Los Angeles

California Marriage Index, 1960-1985
Donald L Marcell abt 1914 Rosamary Pullen abt 1926 30 Dec 1967 Los Angeles City
Donald L Marcell abt 1914 Rosemary Holderman abt 1926 30 Dec 1967 Los Angeles City
I do not know if Rosemary's maiden name would be Pullen or Holderman??? CMarcell