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McCafferty Family Genealogy


William McCafferty and Edy Osborn Family

William1 McCafferty was born Abt. 1800 in Kentucky (Source: 1850 Franklin Co., IN Census.), and died Abt. 1854 in Franklin County, Indiana (Source: will inventory 24 October 1854.). He married Edy Osborn 20 April 1824 in Franklin County, Indiana (Source: Indiana Marriage Records online, Edy OSBORN m. William McCAFFERTY Frankin Co. 4/20/1824 (lic.).), daughter of Squire Osborn and Elizabeth Alley. She was born Abt. 1798 in Russell County, Virginia (Source: (1) 1850 Franklin Co., IN Census., (2) 1860 Callaway Co., MO Census.), and died Aft. 1860 in Callaway County, Missouri.
More About William McCafferty:
1830 Census: Franklin County, Indiana (Source: 1830 Franklin Co., IN Census, by Ben. S. Noble, pg. 297, [line 13] McCAFFERTY William 10001 100001: 1M 20-29 (b. 1801-1810) William, 1F 30-39 (b. 1791-1800) Eady, 1M 0-4 (b. 1826-1830) David, 1F 0-4 (b. 1826-1830) Olive.)
1840 Census: Franklin County, Indiana (Source: 1840 Franklin Co., IN Census, by James Samuels, pg. 300, [line 28] William McCOFFORDY 011001 0110011001 [1M 30-39 (b. 1801-1810) William, 1F 30-39 (b. 1801-1810) Edy, 1F 10-14 (b. 1826-1830) Olly, 1M 10-14 (b. 1826-1830) Dave, 1M 5-9 (1831-1835) James, 1F 5-9 (b. 1831-1835) Margaret, 1F 70-79 (1761-1770), 1F 40-49 (b. 1791-1800)].)
1850 Census: Butler Twp., Franklin County, Indiana (Source: 1850 Franklin Co., IN Census, Butler Twp, 505/253B, line 22 42/42 Wm. McCafferty 50 M Do. [Farmer] 1000 Ky, Edy 49 F Va., David 23 M Carpenter Ind., Margt 19 F Ind., James 17 M Farmer Ind.)
Will: 14 October 1854, Inventory (Source: Franklin County, January Term A.D. 1854, Pages 367-368, Butler Township. An inventory of the goods, chattels, rights, credits, monies, and effects of William McCafferty, deceased, late of Franklin County, Indiana taken by Thomas W. Sunman, administrator of the estate of said deceased with the assistance of Parnal K. Thomas and William Nicholson appraisers called and duly sworn for that purpose.
1 black cow 8.00, 1 bull calf 2.50, 1 log wagon 30.00, 1 yoke,brindle cattle &yoke 50.00, 1 red cow 10.00, 2 sows 4.00, 4 shoats 4.00, 25 small pigs 6.25, 1 dun horse 45.00, 1 dun mare 30.00, 1 fan mill 10.00, wagon running gears 30.00, cutting box 1.00, No 5 plow 4.00, No 2 plow 4.00, 1 log chain 1.00, 2 setts of harness 4.00,
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man's saddle & sheep skin cover 3.00, 1 cross cut saw 2.00, lot of oats,bundles at barn 8.00, lot of hay at barn .75, 1/2 bushel & auger .75, 3 corn hoes .75, lot of coal .40, 4 barrels .50, 4 saw logs 3.00, 2/3 log of lumber 2.00, lower field of corn 20.00, upper field of corn 55.00, scythe, sneid & pitchfork 1.25, hop dog .50, lot of tobacco in leaf .10, 7 head of sheep 7.00, grindstone & hangings 1.00, shuffle plow & singletree 1.50, shuffle plow .25, two shovels .75, 1 grub hoe .50, 2 small grub hoes .75, 1 chopping axe .70, 2 blind bridles .75, bell & collar .25, 1 sickle .40, sugar kettle & oven 1.00, 1 breakfast table 1.00, crockery ware .50, 1 bucket .20, 3 skillets & pot .75, 1 pr steelyards .40, spinning wheel 1.50, 1 auger, 1 ring & staple 1.00, 1 knopp reel .20, 6 chairs 1.50, 1 woman's saddle 10.00, 1 bedstead, bed & bedding 8.00, trunel bed .25, 1 bureau 3.50, 1 mantle clock 3.00, 1 rifle gun 8.00, lot of wool .50, 8 turkeys 2.00, 14 geese 2.00
cash in bank bills 10.15
total $411.90
Given under our hands the 14th day of October AD 1850
Fernel K Thomas appraisers
William Nicholson.)

More About Edy Osborn:
1860 Census: 17 August 1860, Williamsburg P.O., Callaway County, Missouri (Source: 1860 Callaway Co., MO Census, District No. 18, pg. 152/930, 17 August 1860 by John Berry, P.O. WmsBurg, line 19, 1009/1042 E. PAINTER 53 M Farmer 300/200 Pa, Olla 35 F Indianna, William 21 M " [Indianna], David 12 M " [Indianna], Elizabeth 10 F " [Indianna], Isaac 8 M " [Indianna], Ezekiel 4 " [Indianna], line 26, 1010/1043 Margaret 1 F Mo, Elizabeth LARY 50 F Farmer 200/100 Va, Wilson F. 16 M Ind, line 29, 1011/1044 James McCLAFFERTY 2 Farmer 200/300 " [Indianna], Anna 21 F " [Indianna], Ellen T. 5 F " [Indianna], Elizabeth 3 F " [Indianna], James F. 2 M Mo, line 34, 1012/1045 Eada McCLAFFERTY 62 F Farmer 500/30 Va, Maria BROCK 8 F Indianna, Benjamin Rader 24 M Farmer 200/200 " [Indianna], Margaret 30 F " [Indianna], John 5/12 M Mo.)

Children of William McCafferty and Edy Osborn are:
1. Olive "Olly"2 McCafferty, born 10 June 1825 in Indiana; died January 1890 in Montgomery County, Missouri.
2. David "Dave" McCafferty, born 1827 in Indiana; died 1899 in Probably Montgomery County, Missouri.
2. Margaret Ann McCafferty, born Abt. 1831 in Indiana.
2. James McCafferty, born 3 February 1833 in Indiana; died 14 November 1877 in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington.
Generation No. 2

Olive McCafferty and Ezekiel Painter Family

Olive "Olly"2 McCafferty (William1) was born 10 June 1825 in Indiana (Source: Lillian Painter Bouck recordsNotation of gravestone is 1824), and died January 1890 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Graveyard Plot drawn by Fannie Oliver, 18 April 1946, notes of Wanda Gliser.). She married Ezekiel "Zeke" Painter 2 May 1844 in Franklin County, Indiana (Source: Indiana Marriage Records online, PAINTER Ezekiel m. MC CAFFERTY Olly in Franklin [Co.] 5-2-1844.), son of Benjamin Painter and [Unknown]. He was born 1808 in Pennsylvania (Source: (1) Graveyard Plot drawn by Fannie Painter Oliver, 18 April 1946, notes of Wanda Gliser., (2) 1860 Callaway County, MO Census.), and died 16 March 1886 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Lillian Painter Bouck.).
More About Olive "Olly" McCafferty:
Burial: Painter Burial Plot, Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Graveyard Plot drawn by Fannie Painter Oliver, 18 April 1946, notes of Wanda Gliser: Ollie McCafferty Painter / Mother / 1824 - 1890.)

More About Ezekiel "Zeke" Painter:
1840 Census: Milton Twp., Jefferson County, Indiana (Source: 1840 Jefferson Co., IN Census, Milton Twp, Pg. 172, Ezekiel PAYNTER 10001 12001 [1M 20-29 (b. 1811-1820) Ezekiel, 1F 20-29 (b. 1811-1820) Jane, 2F 5-9 (b. 1831-1835) Adeline & Louisa, 1F 0-4 (b. 1836-1840) Eliza, 1M 0-4 (b. 1836-1840) William] (same township as his father Benjamin and brothers David and Isaac).)
1850 Census: Probably Franklin Co., Indiana (Source: Ezekiel and half his relatives seem to be missing - I think their neighborhood was missed by the census.)
1860 Census: 17 August 1860, District No. 18, Callaway County, Missouri (Source: 1860 Callaway Co., MO Census, District No. 18, pg. 152/930, 17 August 1860 by John Berry, P.O. WmsBurg, line 19, 1009/1042 E. PAINTER 53 M Farmer 300/200 Pa, Olla 35 F Indianna, William 21 M " [Indianna], David 12 M " [Indianna], Elizabeth 10 F " [Indianna], Isaac 8 M " [Indianna], Ezekiel 4 " [Indianna], line 26, 1010/1043 Margaret 1 F Mo, Elizabeth LARY 50 F Farmer 200/100 Va, Wilson F. 16 M Ind, line 29, 1011/1044 James McCLAFFERTY 2 Farmer 200/300 " [Indianna], Anna 21 F " [Indianna], Ellen T. 5 F " [Indianna], Elizabeth 3 F " [Indianna], James F. 2 M Mo, line 34, 1012/1045 Eada McCLAFFERTY 62 F Farmer 500/30 Va, Maria BROCK 8 F Indianna, Benjamin RADER 24 M Farmer 200/200 " [Indianna], Margaret 30 F " [Indianna], John 5/12 M Mo.)
1870 Census: 25 June 1870, Danville Twp., Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: 1870 Montgomery Co., MO Census, Danville Twp., Page No. 54, 25 June 1870 by Benjamin Palmer, P.O. Danville MO, line 4, 364/364 PAINTER Ezekiel 62 MW Farmer 600/550 Pensylvania, Olive 44 FW Keepinghouse Indiana, David 22 MW Laborer Indiana, Elizabeth 20 FW Indiana, Isaac 17 MW school Indiana attended school, Ezekiel 12 MW Missouri attended school, Ann 11 FW Missouri attended school, Henrietta 8 FW Missouri, Francis 5 FW Missouri, Jane 4 FW Missouri, Samuel 1 MW Missouri, Martha 4 FW Missouri.)
1880 Census: Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: www.familysearch.net, 1880 United States Census, Danville, Montgomery, Missouri, NA Film Number: T9-0705, Page Number: 48A, Ezeikel PAINTER Self M Male W 73 PA Farmer PA PA, Olive PAINTER Wife M Female W 55 IN Keeping House IN IN, Margarett PAINTER Dau S Female W 18 MO Keeping House PA IN, Henrietta PAINTER Dau S Female W 17 MO Assisting In Housekeeping PA IN, Olive F. PAINTER Dau S Female W 14 MO Assisting In Housekeeping PA IN, Elmira J. PAINTER Dau S Female W 12 MO Assisting In Housekeeping PA IN, Grant PAINTER Son S Male W 11 MO Works On Farm PA IN, Isaac PAINTER Son M Male W 25 IN Farmer PA IN, Nancy E. PAINTER DauL M Female W 20 IN Keeping House IN IN, Evrett PAINTER GSon S Male W 3 MO IN IN.)
Burial: Painter Burial Plot, Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Graveyard Plot drawn by Fannie Painter Oliver, 18 April 1946, notes of Wanda Gliser, Ezekiel Painter / Father / 1808 - 1886.)
Emigrated: 1857, From Franklin County, Indiana to Missouri
Misc.: 1877, Pensioner due to son's death in Civil War (Source: Montgomery County, Mo., 1883 Pensioners on the Roll, transcribed by Gordon Byers, noted 1 November 2004, Certificate No. 178,990, PAINTER, Ezekiel, Montgomery City, Cause for which pensioned: father, monthly rate: 8.00, Date of original allowance: Oct. 1877.)

Children of Olive McCafferty and Ezekiel Painter are:
1. David3 Painter, born 15 December 1847 in Franklin County, Indiana (Source: Letter of William T. Painter.); died 16 December 1928 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma (Source: Letter of William T. Painter.). He married (1) Frances Adeline Bernard 23 August 1866 in Callaway County, Missouri (Source: Callaway County Journal online, Callaway County, MO Marriages, P surnames (groom), noted 1 November 2004, PAINTER, David - BERNARD, Frances Adaline - Aug 23 1866.); died 1868 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Graveyard Plot drawn by Fannie Oliver, 18 April 1946, notes of Wanda Gliser.). He married (2) Mary Ellender Hudson 11 July 1872 in Brazil, Clay County, Indiana (Source: Online Marriage Record, ancestry.com, Mary Ellen HUDSON m. David PAINTER 11 Jul 1872 Clay Co., IN, Book 3, pg. 296.); born 25 May 1854 in Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana (Source: Letter of William T. Painter.); died 25 October 1922 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma (Source: Letter of William T. Painter.).
2. Sarah Elizabeth "Elizabeth" Painter, born 13 March 1850 in Frankin County, Indiana (Source: (1) 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census., (2) Tombstone, online transcription.); died 27 February 1911 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Tombstone, online transcription.). She married Heinrich Christian "Henry" Gliser 25 December 1870 in Probably Montgomery Co., Missouri (Source: Darlene Beaver, Dougherty OK.); born 2 May 1834 in Schweinberg, Marburg County, Hessen (Source: Lillian Bouck records); died 13 March 1891 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Lillian Bouck records).
3. Isaac James "Ike" Painter, born 17 September 1851 in Franklin County, Indiana (Source: (1) Darlene Beaver ., (2) 1880 Montgomery Co., MO Census.); died 7 May 1910 in Clinton County, Missouri (Source: Darlene Beaver .). He married (1) Mary Elizabeth "Lizzie" Grigsby 19 March 1876 in Spencer County, Indiana (Source: Online Marriage Record, ancestry.com, Elizabeth GRIGSBY m. Isaac J PAINTER 19 Mar 1876 Spencer Co., IN, Book 7, pg. 218.); born Abt. 1860 (Source: Darlene Beaver .); died Bef. 1880 in probably Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Darlene Beaver .). He married (2) Nicey Ellen Painter Abt. 1880; born Abt. 1859 in Clay Township, Spencer County, Indiana (Source: 1880 Montgomery Co., MO Census.); died 12 November 1939 in North Kansas City, Missouri (Source: Darlene Beaver .).
4. Richard Ezekiel "Dick" Painter, born 1855 in Franklin County, Indiana (Source: (1) Graveyard Plot drawn by Fannie Painter Oliver, 18 April 1946, notes of Wanda Gliser, (2) 1860 Callaway County, MO Census.); died 1876 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Graveyard Plot drawn by Fannie Painter Oliver, 18 April 1946, notes of Wanda Gliser.).
5. Margaret Ann "Maggie" Painter, born Abt. 1858 in Missouri (Source: (1) Lillian Painter Bouck, (2) 1860 Callaway County, MO Census., (3) 1880 Montgomery Co., MO Census.); died Abt. 1885 (Source: Letter of William T. Painter.).
6. Henrietta Painter, born 29 June 1861 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: (1) 1880 Montgomery Co., MO Census., (2) Tombstone, online transcription.); died 21 December 1945 in Americus, Callaway County, Missouri (Source: Tombstone, online transcription.). She married John Thomas Moseley 22 February 1881 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: sites.rootsweb.com, George Walter Gildersleeve .); born 3 September 1844 in Missouri (Source: Tombstone, online transcription.); died 30 January 1925 in Americus, Callaway County, Missouri (Source: Tombstone, online transcription.).
7. Ollie Frances "Fannie" Painter, born 16 December 1863 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: (1) Lillian Painter Bouck., (2) 1880 Montgomery Co., MO Census.); died 17 March 1957 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Mary F. Painter Cooper, 23 June 1999). She married Joseph James Oliver 21 November 1888 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: sites.rootsweb.com, George Walter Gildersleeve .); born Abt. 1866 in Missouri (Source: 1930 Montgomery Co., MO Census.).
8. Elmira Jane Painter, born 28 June 1866 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: (1) Lillian Painter Bouck., (2) 1880 Montgomery Co., MO Census.); died 29 June 1933. She married (1) Frederick Peter Smith 22 March 1892 in Probably Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Alla Lee Williams Brady, daughter of Alla Leona Smith.); born 21 February 1867 in Missouri; died 18 March 1912 in Montgomery County, Missouri. She married (2) August A. Wenneker 22 October 1913 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Alla Lee Williams Brady, daughter of Alla Leona Smith Williams.); born November 1868 in Illinois (Source: (1) Tombstone, online transcription., (2) 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census.); died 1929 (Source: Tombstone.).
9. Ulysses Samuel Grant "Grant" Painter, born 22 September 1869 in Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: (1) Lillian Painter Bouck., (2) 1880 Montgomery Co., MO Census.); died 8 January 1935 in Rapid City, Pennington County, South Dakota. He married Edner Jessie Winters 26 December 1900 in Madison, Minnesota; born 8 July 1879 in Beaver, Winona County, Minnesota (Source: Notes of Wanda Gliser, she says 07 August 1879.); died 30 September 1970 in Rapid City, Pennington County, South Dakota (Source: Social Security Death Index online.).

David B. McCafferty and Nancy Leary Family
David B. McCafferty and Nancy Carr Family

David B. "Dave"2 McCafferty (William1) was born 1827 in Indiana (Source: Index to New Providence Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri.), and died 1899 in Probably Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Index to New Providence Cemetery, Montgomery Co., Missouri.). He married (1) Nancy Leary 19 June 1851 in Franklin County, Indiana (Source: Online Marriage Record, ancestry.com, Nancy Leary m. David McCafferty 19 Jun 1851 Franklin Co., Book 6, Pg. 360.), daughter of Elijah Leary and Elizabeth Martindale. She was born Bet. 1836 - 1840 in Indiana (Source: 1840 Hancock Co., IN Census, parental relationship a GUESS, as is identification of Nancy Leary as the daughter b. 1836-1840. All of Elijah Leary's brother's daughters in 1840 census have been identified, and there is no other family for Nancy to fit into.), and died Bef. 1859. He married (2) Nancy Carr 19 July 1857 in Hancock County, Indiana (Source: Online Marriage Record, ancestry.com, Title: Index to Marriage Records 1828-1920 Inclusive Volume I A-K,Record Location: Hancock County, Indiana, W. P. A. Original Record Located County Clerk's Office, Greenfield Compiled by Indiana Works Progress Administration 1938, Spouse 1: Nancy Carr, Spouse 2: David Mc.Cafferty, Marriage Date: 19 Jul 1857, County: Hancock, Book: C- 4, Original Source Page: 25.), daughter of William Carr and Sarah Martindale. She was born Abt. 1837 in Indiana (Source: Letter of William T. Painter, "Dave McCaferty married Nancy Carr. Nancy Carr was sister to Ellender Carr. Ellender Carr married Geo. Hudson. My mother's own aunt Nancy Carr was wife of Dad's own Uncle Dave McCaferty. So Dave Cafertie's children were first cousins to Zeke Painter's children through Grandma Painter and Dave McCafertie's children were first cousin's to Geo. Hudson's children through Grandma Hudson."), and died 1879 in Probably Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Tombstone, online transcription.).
More About David "Dave" McCafferty:
1850 Census: Butler Twp, Franklin County, Indiana (Source: 1850 Franklin Co., IN Census, Butler Twp, 505/253B, line 22 42/42 Wm. McCAFFERTY 50 M Do. [Farmer] 1000 Ky, Edy 49 F Va., David 23 M Carpenter Ind., Margt 19 F Ind., James 17 M Farmer Ind.)
1860 Census: 27 July 1860, Upper Loutre Twp., Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: 1860 Montgomery Co., IN Census, Upper Loutre Twp., pg. 92/394, 27 July 1860 by W.T. James, P.O. Montgomery City, line 1, 604/604 David McCAFFERTY 33 M Carpenter 400/300 Indiana, Nancy 23 F " [Indiana], Eda 8 F " [Indiana] attended school, Arminda 6 F " [Indiana] attended school, Missouri A. F " [Indiana], William T. Missouri.)
1870 Census: 6 September 1870, Upper Loutre Twp., Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: 1870 Montgomery Co., MO Census, Upper Loutre Twp., Page No. 5/107A, 6 September 1870 by Benjamin Palmer, P.O. Danville, line 25, 38/38 McCAFERTY David 43 MW Farmer 500/150 Indianna, Nancy 33 FW Keeping house Indianna, Alice 15 FW Indianna, Thomas 11 MW Missouri, John 9 MW Missouri, Sarah 7 FW Missouri, Isaac 9/12 MW Indianna Sep.)
1880 Census: Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: www.familysearch.org,1880 United States Census, David MCCAFFERTY Self W Male W 53 IN PA VA, Alice Dau S Female W 23 IN Housekeeper IN VA, William Son S Male W 21 MO Laborer IN VA, John Son S Male W 19 MO Laborer IN VA, Sarah Dau S Female W 18 MO Asst. Housekeeper IN VA, Isaac Son S Male W 10 IN Work At Home IN VA, Riley Son S Male W 3 MO Work At Home IN VA, Source Information: Census Place Loutre, Montgomery, Missouri, Family History Library Film: 1254705, NA Film Number: T9-0705, Page Number: 89D.)
Burial: New Providence Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: New Providence Cemetery, noted 6 November 2004, McCAFFERTY, David B., 1827 - 1899 [Note: From obituary; there is no stone.].)

More About Nancy Carr:
Burial: New Providence Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: New Providence Cemetery, noted 6 November 2004, McCAFFERTY, Nancy Carr, died 1879, wife of David B.)

Children of David McCafferty and Nancy Leary are:
1. Eda3 McCafferty, born Abt. 1852 in Indiana (Source: 1860 Montgomery Co., MO Census.).
2. Arminda McCafferty, born Abt. 1854 in Indiana (Source: 1860 Montgomery Co., MO Census.).
3. Missouri Alice "Alice" McCafferty, born November 1855 in Indiana (Source: (1) 1860 Montgomery Co., MO Census., (2) 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census.). She married James M. "Jim" Cole, born August 1855 in Missouri or Illinois (Source: Letter of William T. Painter; (2) 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census.).
More About Missouri Alice McCafferty:
1900 Census: 25 June 1900, Montgomery City, Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census, Montgomery City, Ward 1, S.D. 9, E.D. 66, Sheet No. 18B, 25 June 1900 by James F Ball, line 92, 392/292 COLE James M Head WM Aug 1855 54 M 13 Missouri North Carolina Illinois Day laborer Owns Mortgaged House, Missouri A Wife WF Nov 1855 54 M 13 3/3 Indiana Indiana Indiana, Mary E Daughter WF July 1889 10 S Missouri Illinois Indiana at school, Martha W Daughter WF July 1893 6 S Missouri Illinois Indiana, James B. Son WM Dec 1895 4 S Missouri Illinois Indiana.)
Children of David McCafferty and Nancy Carr are:
1. William Thomas3 McCafferty, born 3 April 1859 in Missouri (Source: 1860 Montgomery Co., MO Census, birthdate calculated from death date and age at death.); died 9 February 1882 in Missouri (Source: Tombstone, online transcription.).
More About William Thomas McCafferty:
Burial: New Providence Cemetery, Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: New Providence Cemetery, noted 6 November 2004, McCAFFERTY, William Thomas-died Feb. 9, 1882- aged 22 yrs 9 ms 10ds.)

2. John McCafferty, born Abt. 1861 in Missouri (Source: 1880 Montgomery Co., MO Census.); died March 1898 in Went to Yukon Gold Rush, did not return, now know he died in Dyea, Alaska (Source: (1) Letter of William T. Painter, "John McCaferty was a big strong man. Went to Alaska in the Gold Rush 1898, most likely died on the Chillcoot Pass (where many failed to get over the terriable mountain) never heard from.", (2) Dyea Cemetery online transcription, noted 6 November 2004.). He married Nancy [McCafferty], born January 1863 in Missouri (Source: 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census, NO proof this is John's widow.).
More About John McCafferty:
Burial: Dyea Cemetery, Dyea, Alaska (Source: Dyea Cemetery online transcription, by Murray Lundberg, noted 6 November 2004, John John McCafferty from Montgomery County, Missouri died during the week prior to March 12, 1898, of "Tuberculos fever". Death and burial at Dyea reported in 2 sentences in The Dyea Trail of March 12, 1898.)

More About Nancy [McCafferty]:
1900 Census: 25 June 1900, Montgomery Co., MO Census (Source: 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census, Montgomery City, S.D. 9, E.D. 66, Sheet No. 18A/287A, 25nd June 1900 by James F Ball, Thompson [Street], line 22, 34/34 McCAFFERTY Nancy Head WF Jan 1863 37 Wd 4/3 Missouri Missouri Missouri Work Woman Rents House, Nancy Daughter WF Feb 1887 13 S Missouri Missouri Missouri at school, David Son WM July 1888 11 S Missouri Missouri Missouri at school, John Son WM Mch 1891 9 S Missouri Missouri Missouri at school.).

3. Sarah McCafferty, born Abt. 1862 in Missouri (Source: (1) 1880 Montgomery Co., MO Census., (2) 1870 Montgomery Co., MO Census.).
4. Isaac "Ike" McCafferty, born September 1869 in Indiana (Source: 1870 Montgomery Co., MO Census.).
More About Isaac "Ike" McCafferty:
1900 Census: 25 June 1900, Montgomery City, Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: Montgomery City, Ward 1, S.D. 9, E.D. 66, Sheet No. 18B, 25 June 1900 by James F Ball, [near sister Alice McCafferty Cole], line 100, 393/394, McCAFFERTY Isaac Head WM Jan 1872 27 M 8 Missouri Indiana Indiana Day Laborer Rents House, pg. 19A/288A, Line 1, Ollie Wife WF Feb 1874 26 M 8 4/2 Missouri Missouri Missouri, Della Daughter WF Mch 1894 6 S Missouri Missouri Missouri, Ola Daughter WF April 1897 3 S Missouri Missouri Missouri.)
1910 Census: 27 April 1910, Montgomery City, Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: 1910 Montgomery Co., MO Census, Montgomery City, Montgomery Township, S.D. 9, E.D. 108, Sheet No. 13A/115A, 27 April 1910 by John J. Sleight, Cherry Street, line 40, 282/289 McCAFFERTY Ike Head MW 37 Wd Indiana [Caronea? crossed out] U.S. Indiana Contractor/Carpenter, Della A Daughter FW 15 S Missouri Indiana Illinois, Viola B Daughter FW 12 S Missouri Indiana Illinois.)
5. Riley D. McCafferty, born September 1876 in Missouri (Source: (1) 1880 Montgomery Co., MO Census., (2) 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census.). He married Daisy E. [McCafferty] Abt. 1895 (Source: 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census.); born October 1879 in Missouri (Source: 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census.).
More About Riley McCafferty:
1900 Census: 22 June 1900, Montgomery Twp., Montgomery County, Missouri (Source: 1900 Montgomery Co., MO Census, Montgomery Twp., S.D. 9, E.D. 65, Sheet No. 11B, 22 June 1900 by B.C. McClearey, line 60, 225/226 McCAFFERTY Riley Head WM Sept 1876 23 M 5 Missouri Indiana Indiana Carpenter, Daisy E wife WF Oct 1879 20 M 5 1/1 Missouri Ohio Ohio, Harry L Son WM Feb 1896 4 S Missouri Missouri Missouri.)

Margaret Ann McCafferty and Benjamin F. Rader Family

Margaret Ann2 McCafferty (William1) was born Abt. 1831 in Indiana (Source: 1850 Franklin Co., IN Census.). She married Benjamin F. Rader 27 March 1859 in Callaway County, Missouri (Source: Callaway County Journal, Callaway County Marriages, noted 12 March 2005, RADER, Benjamin - McCAFFERTY, Margaret - Mar 27 1859.), son of John Rader and Anna Lyons. He was born Abt. 1835 in Indiana (Source: 1850 Franklin Co., IN Census.).
More About Margaret Ann McCafferty:
1860 Census: 17 August 1860, Williamsburg P.O., Callaway County, Missouri (Source: 1860 Callaway Co., MO Census, District No. 18, pg. 152/930, 17 August 1860 by John Berry, P.O. WmsBurg, line 19, line 29, 1011/1044 James McCLAFFERTY 2 Farmer 200/300 " [Indianna], Anna 21 F " [Indianna], Ellen T. 5 F " [Indianna], Elizabeth 3 F " [Indianna], James F. 2 M Mo, line 34, 1012/1045 Eada McCLAFFERTY 62 F Farmer 500/30 Va, Maria BROCK 8 F Indianna, Benjamin RADER 24 M Farmer 200/200 " [Indianna], Margaret 30 F " [Indianna], John 5/12 M Mo.)
1870 Census: 15 July 1870, Union Twp., Daviess County, Missouri (Source: 1870 Daviess Co., MO Census, Union Township, T59 R27, Page No. 34, 15 July 1870 W.T. Foster, P.O. Gallatin, line 23, 744/739 RADER Benj 35 MW Farmer Indiana, Margaret 33 FW Indiana "Crazy", John 11 MW Missouri attended school can't r/w, Anna 8 FW Missouri attended school, James 4 MW Missouri, None 4/12 MW Missouri Jan?)

More About Benjamin F. Rader:
1850 Census: 27 November 1850, Butler Twp., Franklin County, Indiana (Source: 1850 Franklin Co., IN Census, Butler Tp. pg. 259B/517, 27 Nov. 1850 by O.M. Bartlow, line 27, 126/126 John RADER 42 M Do [Farmer] 1200 Va, Ann " 36 f Ia [Indiana], William " 17 m Do [Farmer] " [Indiana] attended school, Benjamin " 15 m Do [Farmer] " [Indiana] attended school, Elisha " 14 m " [Indiana] attended school, Elizabeth " 12 f " [Indiana] attended school, Robert " 10 m " [Indiana] attended school, Joseph " 8 m " [Indiana] attended school, John " 6 m " [Indiana] attended school, Ann " 4 m " [Indiana], Noah " 2 m " [Indiana].)
1880 Census: Livingston County, Missouri (Source: www.familysearch.org, 1880 United States Census, James M. GIRDNER Self M MW 46 KY Farmer PA TN, Marthy E. Wife M FW 37 KY Keeping House KY KY, Josyphine Dau S FW 13 MO Keeping House KY KY, Nancy A. Dau S FW 11 MO --- ---, Emma C. Dau S FW 9 MO --- ---, Laura E. Dau S FW 7 MO --- ---, Benjman RADER laborer [marital status not given] MW 35 IN Farm Laborer VA IN, Source Information: Census Place Jackson, Livingston, Missouri, Family History Library Film: 1254700, NA Film Number: T9-0700, Page Number: 29A.)
1900 Census: Check Missouri
1910 Census: 20 April 1910, Jackson Twp., Livingston County, Missouri (Source: 1910 Livingston Co., MO Census, Jackson Township, S.D. 2, E.D. 106, Sheet No. 3B, 20th April 1910 by William C. Hutchison, line 94, 65/65 GANN George N. Head MW 46 M 30 Missouri Missouri Missouri Farmer/On farm Owns Mortgaged Farm, Edith A Wife FW 45 M 30 4/3 Missouri Missouri Missouri, Maggie B Daughter FW 23 S Missouri Missouri Missouri, John F Son MW 16 S Missouri Missouri Missouri, RADER, Benjamin F. FatherinLaw MW 76 Wd Indiana Indiana Virginia Retired farmer.)
Emigrated: Abt. 1857, Rescued his nephew David Painter on the trip from IN to MO (Source: Story told by Wm. T. Painter, son of David: "At St. Charles they crossed the Missouri River by ferry, and there David was riding horseback and it so happened that a brass band struck up some music. David's horse wad frightened and so was David as that was the first brass band that many of the emigrants had every heard. But Uncle Ben Rader was there and a real horseman he was. He dashed to David's rescue.")

Children of Margaret McCafferty and Benjamin Rader are:
1. John3 Rader, born Abt. 1860 in Missouri (Source: 1860 Callaway Co., MO Census.).
2. Edith Anna Rader, born 1865 in Missouri (Source: (1) 1870 Daviess Co., MO Census, says born about 1862., (2) Tombstone, online transcription, says born 1865.); died 1936 in Probably Livingston County, Missouri (Source: Tombstone, online transcription.). She married George N. Gann Abt. 1880 (Source: 1910 Livingston Co., MO Census.); born 1863 in Missouri (Source: (1) 1910 Livingston Co., MO Census., (2) Tombstone, online transcription.); died 1938 in Probably Livingston County, Missouri (Source: Tombstone, online transcription.).
More About Edith Anna Rader:
1880 Census: Daviess County, Missouri (Source: www.familysearch.org, 1880 United States Census, [No proof this is Edith Anna Rader, but it fits]. Elisha BULTER Self W MW 52 MO Farming KY VA, James Son S MW 21 MO Farming MO IN, William Son S MW 20 MO Farming MO IN, [first name ripped off of page] RADER S FW 16 MO Keeping House IN IN, Source Information: Census Place Jackson, Daviess, Missouri, Family History Library Film: 1254684, NA Film Number: T9-0684, Page Number: 71D.)
1900 Census: Check Livingston Co., MO
1910 Census: 20 April 1910, Jackson Twp., Livingston County, Missouri (Source: 1910 Livingston Co., MO Census, Jackson Township, S.D. 2, E.D. 106, Sheet No. 3B, 20th April 1910 by William C. Hutchison, line 94, 65/65 GANN George N. Head MW 46 M 30 Missouri Missouri Missouri Farmer/On farm Owns Mortgaged Farm, Edith A Wife FW 45 M 30 4/3 Missouri Missouri Missouri, Maggie B Daughter FW 23 S Missouri Missouri Missouri, John F Son MW 16 S Missouri Missouri Missouri, RADER, Benjamin F. FatherinLaw MW 76 Wd Indiana Indiana Virginia Retired farmer, line 99, 66/66 GILLILAND, John E Head MW 30 M1 8 Missouri Virginia Missouri Owns Mortgaged Farm, Dora M. Wife FW 28 M1 8 3/3 Missouri Missouri Missouri, pg. 153A/4A, line 1, Elmer D. Son MW 6 S Missouri Missouri Missouri, Harry N. Son MW 4 S Missouri Missouri Missouri, Ellen B. Daughter FW 1 6/12 S Missouri Missouri Missouri.)
Burial: Lilly Grove Cemetery, Livingston County, Missouri (Source: Lilly Grove Cemetery transcription, contributed by Marie Dryden, noted 6 November 2004, GANN, Edith A.1865 - 1936 Wife of George N. Gann.)

More About George N. Gann:
Burial: Lilly Grove Cemetery, Livingston County, Missouri (Source: Lilly Grove Cemetery transcription, contributed by Marie Dryden, noted 6 November 2004, GANN, George N. 1863 -1938.)

3. James Rader, born Abt. 1866 in Missouri (Source: 1870 Daviess Co., MO Census.).
4. [Male] Rader, born Abt. 1870 in Missouri (Source: 1870 Daviess Co., MO Census.).

James McCafferty and Anna Leary Family

James2 McCafferty (William1) was born 3 February 1833 in Indiana (Source: sites.rootsweb.com, Judy Lawson.), and died 14 November 1877 in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington (Source: sites.rootsweb.com, Judy Lawson.). He married Anna "Annie" Leary 4 October 1853 in Hancock County, Indiana (Source: Online Marriage Record, ancestry.com, Anna LEARY m. James McCAFFERTY 04 Oct 1853 Hancock Co., Book: C- 3, Pg. 182.), daughter of Elijah Leary and Elizabeth Martindale. She was born August 1838 in Indiana (Source: 1900 Clark Co., WA Census.), and died 12 July 1916 in Vancouver, Clark County, Washington (Source: sites.rootsweb.com, Judy Lawson.).
More About James McCafferty:
1860 Census: 9 July 1860, Ravanna Twp., Mercer County, Missouri (Source: 1870 Mercer Co., MO Census, Ravanna Twp., Pg. 28/193B, 9 July 1870 by Noble H. Rogers, P.O. Princeton, MO, line 1, 202/198 McCAFFERTY James 36 MW Farmer Indiana, Annie 22 FW Keeping House Indiana, Ellen 15 FW Indiana, Elizabeth J 14 FW Indiana, James C 11 MW Missouri, William E 9 MW Missouri, Samuel O 6 MW Missouri, Everett 3 MW Missouri, Annie Bell 4/12 FW Missouri Jan.)
1870 Census: 17 August 1860, Williamsburg P.O., Callaway County, Missouri (Source: 1860 Callaway Co., MO Census, District No. 18, pg. 152/930, 17 August 1860 by John Berry, P.O. WmsBurg, line 29, 1011/1044 James McCLAFFERTY 2 Farmer 200/300 " [Indianna], Anna 21 F " [Indianna], Ellen T. 5 F " [Indianna], Elizabeth 3 F " [Indianna], James F. 2 M Mo, line 34, 1012/1045 Eada McCLAFFERTY 62 F Farmer 500/30 Va, Maria BROCK 8 F Indianna, Benjamin Rader 24 M Farmer 200/200 " [Indianna], Margaret 30 F " [Indianna], John 5/12 M Mo.)
Burial: Sifton Cemetery [now Fourth Plain Cemetery], Vancouver, Clark County, Washington (Source: (1) sites.rootsweb.com, Judy Lawson ., (2) Sifton Cemetery summary, noted 6 November 2004, gives last names only.)

More About Anna "Annie" Leary:
1880 Census: District 3, Clark County, Washington (Source: www.familysearch.org, 1880 United States Census, Anna MCCAFFERTY Self W Female W 41 IN Keeping House KY NC, James T. Son S Male W 21 MO Farmer IN IN, William E. F. Son S Male W 19 MO Helps On Farm IN IN, Samuel O. Son S Male W 15 MO Helps On Farm IN IN, Everett N. Son S Male W 12 MO Helps On Farm IN IN, Charles E. Son S Male W 6 MO IN IN, Emo M. Dau S Female W 4 WA IN IN, Source Information: Census Place District 3, Clark, Washington, Family History Library Film: 1255396, NA Film Number: T9-1396, Page Number: 83A.)
1900 Census: 15 June 1900, Harney Precinct, Clark County, Washington (Source: 1900 Clark Co., WA Census, Harney Precinct, S.D. 285, E.D. 28, Sheet No. 8B, 15th June 1900 by Arthur H Fletcher, line [96, 168/168] McCafferty Anna Head WF Aug 1838 61 W 7/6 Indiana Kentucky Virginia Farmer Owns Mortgaged Farm, Wearther? Grandson WM Nov? 1893 6 S Washington Missouri Kansas, Hattie E Granddaughter WF Aug 1895 4 S Washington Missouri Kansas.)
1910 Census: 29 April 1910, Vancouver City, 3rd Ward, Clark County, Washington (Source: 1910 Clark Co., WA Census, Vancouver City, 3rd Ward, Precinct D, S.D. 2, E.D. 68, Sheet No. 17A/205A, 29th & 30th April 1910 by George F. Buck, 2405 Kauffman Avenue, line 24, 389/393 LAWS Anna Head FW 71 Wd 11/5 Indiana Kentucky Tennessee Own Income Owns House Free of mortgage, LEARY Wilson T. Brother MW 66 S Indiana Kentucky Tennessee Carpenter/Housework, McCAFFERTY Eva Grand daughter FW 14 S Washington Missouri Kansas.)
Burial: Sifton Cemetery [now Fourth Plain Cemetery], Vancouver, Clark County, Washington (Source: (1) sites.rootsweb.com, Judy Lawson ., (2) Sifton Cemetery summary, noted 6 November 2004, Gives last names only.)

Children of James McCafferty and Anna Leary are:
1. Ellen T.3 McCafferty, born Abt. 1855 in Indiana (Source: (1) 1860 Callaway Co., MO Census., (2) 1870 Mercer Co., MO Census.).
2. Elizabeth J. McCafferty, born Abt. 1857 in Indiana (Source: (1) 1860 Callaway Co., MO Census., (2) 1870 Mercer Co., MO Census.).
3. James T. McCafferty, born Abt. 1858 in Missouri (Source: (1) 1860 Callaway Co., MO Census., (2) 1870 Mercer Co., MO Census.). He married (1) Adelia [McCafferty] Abt. 1886 (Source: 1900 Cowlitz Co., WA Census); born September 1864 in Washington. He married (2) Mary E. [Lockwood] Abt. 1908 (Source: 1910 Clark Co., WA Census.); born Abt. 1866 in New York (Source: 1910 Clark Co., WA Census.).
More About James T. McCafferty:
1900 Census: 21 June 1900, Olequa P.O., Cowlitz County, Washington (Source: 1900 Cowlitz Co., WA Census, Olequa P.O., Olequa Precinct, S.D. 1, E.D. 33, Sheet No., 7A/80A, 21 + 22 June 1900 by J.K. Couge, line 36, 114/115 McCAFFERTY James T Head WM June 1858 41 M 14 Missouri Indiana Indiana Farmer Owns Mortgaged Farm, Adelia Wife WF Sept 1864 35 M 14 4/2 Washington Scotland Unknown, Anna M Daughter WF June 1889 10 S Washington Missouri Washington at School 5 months, Austin T. Son WM Mch 1891 9 S Washington Missouri Washington at School 5 months.)
1910 Census: 26 April 1910, Vancouver City, 3rd Ward, Clark County, Washington (Source: 1910 Clark Co., WA Census, Vancouver City, 3rd Ward, Precinct D, S.D. 2, E.D. 68, Sheet No. 12B, 26th April 1910 by George F. Buck, 601 Eighteenth St., line 86, 279/282 McCAFFERTY James T. Head MW 50 M2 2 Missouri Indiana Indiana, Mary E. Wife FW 44 M2 2 New York Ire./Irish Ire./Irish, Austin I Son MW 18 S Washington Missouri Washington, LOCKWOOD Mabel G? StepDaughter FW 13 S Utah Illinois New York.)
4. William Elijah Francis "Frank" McCafferty, born Abt. 1861 in Missouri (Source: 1870 Mercer Co., MO Census.). He married Anna Courtion Abt. 1899 (Source: 1910 Clark Co., WA Census.); born Abt. 1881 in Wisconsin (Source: 1910 Clark Co., WA Census.).
More About William E. F. "Frank" McCafferty:
1900 Census: 20 June 1900, Manor Precinct, Clark County, Washington (Source: 1900 Clark Co., WA Census, Manor Precinct, S.D. 285, E.D. 31, Sheet No. 4A/258A, Twentieth June 1900 by Milton Priehard, line 27, 71/71 McCAFFERTY Frank Head WM Apr 1862 38 M 1 Missouri Indiana Indiana Farmer Owns Mortgaged Farm, Annie Wife WF July 1880 19 M 1 0/0 Wisconsin Switzerland Switzerland, John W SOn WM Feb 1887 13 S Washington Missouri Kansas, Stella O Daughter WF Feb 1891 9 S Washington Missouri Kansas.)
1910 Census: 20 April 1910, Manor Precinct, Clark County, Washington (Source: 1910 Clark Co., WA Census, Manor Precinct, S.D. 2, E.D. 75, Sheet No. 3A/270A, 20 April 1910 by Chas. M. Dudley, line 34, 30/30 McCAFFERTY W.F. Head MW 48 M2 11 Missouri Indiana Indiana Proprietor/Grocery Store Owns Home Free of mortgage, Anna Wife FW 29 M1 11 4/3 Wisconsin Switz-French Swit.-French Clerk/Grocery Store, Francis Daughter FW 8 S Washington Missouri Wisconsin, Kenneth Son MW 6 S Washington Missouri Wisconsin, Clarence Son MW 11/12 S Washington Missouri Wisconsin, COURTION Peter Father-in-law MW 83 Wd Switz-French Switz-French Switz-French 1865 Na. Own income, CRETTOR Henry Cousin MW 29 S Wisconsin Switz-French Switz-French Farmer/General Farm.)
5. Samuel O. McCafferty, born Abt. 1864 in Missouri (Source: 1870 Mercer Co., MO Census.).
6. Everett McCafferty, born Abt. 1867 in Missouri (Source: 1870 Mercer Co., MO Census.).
7. Annie Bell McCafferty, born January 1870 in Mercer County, Missouri (Source: 1870 Mercer Co., MO Census.).
8. Charles E. McCafferty, born March 1874 in Missouri (Source: 1900 Clark Co., WA Census.). He married Meta [McCafferty] Abt. 1900 (Source: 1910 Clark Co., WA Census.); born Abt. 1878 in Washington (Source: 1910 Clark Co., WA Census.).
More About Charles E. McCafferty:
1900 Census: 23 June 1900, Vancouver City, 1st Ward, Clark County, Washington (Source: Vancouver City, Ward 1 [possibly crossed out and "East" added], S.D. 285, E.D. 28, Sheet No. 15A, 23th [sic] June 1900 by Arthur H. Fletcher, Fifth Street, line 10, 304/304 McCAFFERTY Charles Head WM Mar 1874 25 S Missouri Indiana Indiana Livery Rents House.)
1910 Census: 27 April 1910, Vancouver City, 3rd Ward, Clark County, Washington (Source: 1910 Clark Co., WA Census, Vancouver City, 3rd Ward, Precinct D, S.D. 2, E.D. 68, Sheet No. 13B, 27th April 1910 by George F. Buck, 110 Nineteenth St, line 57, 297/300 McCAFFERTY Charles E Head MW 36 M1 10 Missouri Missouri Missouri Liveryman/Livery Stable Owns Home Free of mortgage, Metta Wife FW 32 M1 10 1/0 Washington Illinois Washington.)
9. Emma M. McCafferty, born Abt. 1876 in Washington (Source: 1880 Clark Co., WA Census.).

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