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201 A Fatal Accident.
WHEATLAND, Ill., Sept. 27, 1893.

On last Tuesday evening, while Mr. Joe Bunch was absent from home, his wife stepped from the house into the garden, leaving their little 4-year-old daughter, Blanche, by the cook stove.

During the mother’s absence her clothes became ignited. Her mother on hearing her screams rushed to her rescue, but before the flames could be extinguished she was so badly burned that she died from the effects.

Blanche was a sweet little girl, dearly loved by all who knew her.

The family have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement. 
MCRAVEN, Nellie Jane (I3158)
 
202 A Hazelwood Cattlet appears in the taxpayers list of 1771 in both Bute (became Franklin) and Franklin-Warren-Vance counties per Ratcliff Vol 1 pg 38
A John is in Randolph county in 1779

Bute County, NC: Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1767-1779 (ancestry) pg 291
09 Aug 1774
A deed from Hasilwood Catlett to Osborn Jeffreys Esqr was proved by the oath of Stephen Lowe a witness thereto and on motion the same is Ordered to be Registered.
 
CATLETT, Hazelwood (I1178)
 
203 A John Ward applied CSA pension in 1893 Indepence, AR
Co K, 32nd AR Vol
 
WARD, John (I4850)
 
204 a Mary Polk married Daniel Brown in Mecklenburg, NC on 24 dec 1794; bondsman was
John Reed 
POLK, Mary (I3743)
 
205 a Michael Polk was bondsman for the marriage of Martin McWhirter and Eliza McCorkle
on 26 oct 1816 in Mecklenburg, NC
 
POLK, Michael (I3746)
 
206 a Revrand; known as the Apostle of the Indians ELIOT, John (I1694)
 
207 Abraham Coy m. Mary E Lowery 18 Sep 1853 in Hamilton Co., OH
Abraham's death notice says wife was Mary Lowden, however, daughter Virginia listed Abram Coy and Elizabeth Lowry as her parents when she married George Tipton.

In 1850 Hamilton Co Census is Robert V Coy, bn PA, age 33, occupation engineer. older brother? (Robert Coy m. Laura J Smith 24 Feb 1848 in Hamilton Co OH,mrg bk A19 p447)

Daily MO Republican, St Louis, MO 04 Nov 1852 page 2, "River Intelligence" lists Abraham Coy as the Chief Engineer aboard the Charles Belcher, which is captained by George F Harrington.

1854 St Louis City Directory
pg 39 - Coy, Abraham, engineer on Lower Miss., r. 156 Pine

1857 St Louis City Directory - not listed as residents, but list of licensed engineers p. 303 W.C. Coy, and Abraham Cloy

1860 St Louis City Directory, Abraham Co, engineer res East 13th, between Benton and Warren

1860 MO Census - St Louis, 8th Ward
taken 21 Jun, dwelling 378 family 702 line 3
Coy Ab'm 35 IN Engineer
Mary 30 PA
Mabel 3 MO

1863 Civil War Draft (ancestry) St Louis
Class I
16th and Dodier St - Coy Abraham age 39, engineer note - enrolled in Class II no birth place listed
Class II
1232 Dodier - Coy Abram age 37, engineer, born OH
listed a 2nd time 1232 Dodier - Coy Aham age 37, engineer, born OH

1864 St Louis City Directory - Abraham Coy, engineer

1865 IL State Census - Madison Co, pg 151
A Coy
1m <10 2f < 10
1m 30-40 1f 30-40

Moved to IL in 1864/1865

Found Abr. Coy in 1892 Moro (T6R8) town plat (Madison, IL), in section 22.
In 1906 plat book, someone else (Edw ?Helmkamp) owns section 22.

Alton Telegraph 13 Sep 1894, p8c5 "Moro - The Conidtion of Mr. Abraham Coy, who is suffering from cancer, does not improve any." followed by Alton Evening Telegraph 14 Feb 1895, pg 10 "Mrs. Abraham Coy has advertised her farm for sale."

Death notice in Alton Telegraph (11 Oct 1894, p8) gives birth place as Beaver county, IN. I can find no record of a Beaver county. There is a Beaver city in Newton co., but no Beaver county. There is however, a Beaver county, PA.

Had 4 children: Mabel (1857 MO), Virginia (Feb 1861 MO), Abram (1864 MO), and Ruth (Apr 1867 IL)

1900 Madison Co Census finds Ruth living with sister Virginia wife of George H Tipton (mrd 8 years) in Moro twp. No other Coy's listed.
08 Feb 1902, Ruth married Luke B Chapman in Madison, IL

Son Abraham died 28 Dec 1930 in Alton, Madison, IL. Buried Moro Cem. Familysearch IL Death Index lists Abraham Coy as father; mother's birthplace is Pittsburg. Gives deceased's birth day/place as 06 Feb 1868 St Louis. deceased's spouse is Mabel.

Son Abrahmas's death notice appeared in Alton Evening Telegraph, 29 Dec 1930 - "Abraham Coy-Dies Abraham Coy, 62, who died unexpectedly Sunday at 2:30 a. m. at his home, 1115 Belle street, will be buried Tuesday to Moro cemetery. Funeral services will be held at 2 p. m. Tuesday at the Streeper funeral home. Coy, who had been in falling health, was found dead in bed by his widow, Mrs. Mable Coy.
 
COY, Abraham (I5287)
 
208 Acacia Memorial LOWERY, Richard Monroe (I2890)
 
209 Acacia Memorial plot TR 38 Gr 112 SMITH, Leona (I4175)
 
210 According to Colonial Families Vol 6, pg 328 was son of Sire Thoimas Reed of Brocket Hall, Hertshire Englan
d.

Coldham gives reference to Public Records Office, London document E157/20 as his source for emmigration. 
REED, William (I3921)
 
211 According to Corinne McRaven Moore, Margarette was an orphan adopted by the Doty couple who had no children of their own. She grew up very spoiled, refused to do housework. Her son Edward gives her name as Margaret McKenzie, but in all documents so far, she is referred to as Margaret Doty.

Maggie Moses was originally buried in a plot owned by her son-in-law Owens Vail's family in Bellefontaine Cem. She was re-interred 12 Dec 1928 in the Coy family plot.

In the StLGS website, there is a Geo. Moses, age 2y 6m who was buried in Weslyan Cem on 22 Oct 1854. Could have been George and Maggie's first child.

1860 Adams Co IL Moses, George P 33 OH moulder
Marritta 26 OH
Edward 6 MO
Charles 4 IL
Georgianna 2 IL
Mary Johnson 15 IL domestic

1870 St Louis Co MO - M593 Roll 821 page 456
Ward 11 Subdivision 20, taken 23 July
Moses, Geo 35 PA moulder
Maggie 35 OH keeps house
Edw. 16 MO app. moulder
Chas. 14 IL at school
Ada 12 MO "
Laura 10 MO "
Garriston Hall 20 MO teamster

1880 St Louis Co MO Census, Ward 6 Ennumeration 1, taken 04 June
page 17, SD1, ED 54, 2805 Montgomery St. house 90, family 167
Moses, Maggie widow 45 OH VA MD at home
Edward S son 26 IL PA OH moulder
Anna wife 25 MO Prussia Saxon

1880 St Louis MO census - taken 12 Nov
pg 18 house 134 / 176 2623 N. 10th Street
Moses, Edward S 26 MO PA OH moulder mrd during previous year
Annie wife 24 MO Germany Germany keeps house
Maggie mother 45 OH MD MD widow, at home

St Louis City Directory
1864 Moses, Mrs Mary, r ns Washington between 18th & 19th
1875 Moses, Maggie wid George B, r 2819 N 9th
1876 Moses, Maggie wid George B, r 2504 N 9th
1877 not published
1878 Moses, Maggie wid George B, r 2700 N 11th
1879 not published
1880 Moses, Margaret wid George B, r 2603 N 9th
1881 gone

05 May 1896 - East St Louis Journal
page 2 col 1
The funeral of Mrs. Maggie Moses, aged 60 years, will take place Wednesday at 2pm
from the residence of her son-in-law, William Coy. 1207 Pennsylvania avenue to
Bellefontaine cemetery, St. Louis.
 
McKENZIE, Margarette M (I1567)
 
212 According to Goodspeed's History of Lawrence Co, TN
Robt Chaffin was a county Justice in 1818; Commissioner of the Poor in 1820; judge in 1821 in Lawrenceburg;

Early TN Tax Lists (Sistler) shows a Robert Chaffin in Blount Co in 1800 and 1801.

Robert Chaffin appears in the index for Lawrence Co Wills, Inventorie, Settlements and Accounts - Book b, 1829-1847
Listed in the Lawrence Co, TN 1818 Voters List
1826 Tax List has James 342, John 382, Robert 211, and Robert 238 listed.

The following are listed in the Lawrence Co, TN Marriage records (b=bond, l=license)
Chaffin, David Deason, Jane 5-26-1839 B
Chaffin, " Deason, " 5-29-1839 L
Chaffin, James Turner, Anne M. 2-19-1829 B
Chaffin, John Williams, Elizabeth 3-18-1830 L
Chaffin, William Johns, Nahala 10-18-1823 B 
CHAFFIN, Robert (I5231)
 
213 according to her father's will, she had 3 children livivg in 1675
 
HARDY, Lucy (I2186)
 
214 According to Hudson's History of Lexington "During the Revolution he served as one of a detachmnet from LExington
alarm company commanded by Capt. Edmund Munroe for five days at Cambridge, by order of the Committee of Safety. He was present
as one of Capt. Parker's company on the morning of 19 Apr 1775; was aselectman for 5 years during the period from 1770 to 1789,
and one of the Committee of Safety 1778. 
REED, Hammond (I3886)
 
215 According to Hudson's History of Lexington Nathan "was one of Capt. PArker's company who faced the British on the morning
of 19 Apr 1775' also a selectman for several years. He was deacon of the Church from 1787 to 1808."
 
REED, Nathan (I3900)
 
216 According to Hudson's History of Lexington, "he was a justice of the peace, a selectman 1734-1761 and
representative 17 years, captain in the militia, and served with his company in the French War (1755).
 
REED, William (I3918)
 
217 According to NE Families Gen & Hist by Cutter,

William came from England in 1630, the same year that
Boston was founded, probably in the fleet with Sir Richard Saltonstall and Governor
Winthrop. William was made freeman in 1631, and was a very prominent man; he was
ensign in command of one of the four companies sent from Watertown tochastise the
Pequot Indians, August, 1636; he was later made captain for Watertown, and in May,
1637, he was one of four commissioners appointed by the court to provide men, ammunition
and provisions for the Pequot war. On September 3, 1638, the court granted William
200 acres for his services in what was afterwards Framingham; he had no family; he
was an original member of the "Great Artillery Company", incorporatedMarch 13, 1638-9,
long known as the "Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company". William returned to
England shortly after 1645, and was living there as late as 1657. 
JENNISON, William (I2537)
 
218 According to NE Families Gen & Mem, by Cutter ...
In the records he is called Francis Kendall, alias Miles. There are several explanations of this
record. It was common with emigrants to America to take assumed namesto avoid vexatious
laws, and there is a tradition that Kendall left England against the wishes of his
family, using the name of Miles until he was settled in this country.

Maybe sister of Mabel Kendall
 
KENDALL, Francis (I2666)
 
219 According to son Thomas' obit, had a total of 9 children. All dying before Thomas
George except ES who was living in Mt Vernon IL in 1933.

1860 Hamilton Co, OH - Symmes Twp
taken 16 Jul page 276B line 21 1049/1045
Baily, William 27 TN day laboror
ME 28 OH
TJ 6 OH
Alonzo 3 OH
Elnora 2 OH

Did not find in Hamilton, IL 1865 State Census
some entries are covered in ink spots and are illegible
but probably still in OH

1870 Hamilton Co, IL
Twp 3 Range 5, PO Bell City
page 458 line 30 house 48/47
taken 03 Jun
William, Bailey 35 OH
Thomas 15 OH
Alonzo 13 OH
Ellen 12 OH
Henry 8 OH
Sherman 5 OH
Walter 5 IL
Elizabeth 37 OH
Mary 10 IL
 
BAILEY, William (I441)
 
220 According to the Civil Service Record of Columbus Edgemon, he was captured at the Battle of Glascow on 15 Oct 1864. Was on list of prisoners forwarded to St. Louis aboard the steamer Hattie May from Glascow 04 Nov 1864. He was transferred to the Gratiot Street Prison Hospital in St. Louis on 11 Nov 1864. He died there on 05 Dec 1864. Cause of death was listed as measles.

The following was taken from the National Park Service - American Battlefield Protection Program
https://www.nps.gov/abpp/battles/mo022.htm

Battle of Glasgow
Other Names: None
Location: Howard County, MO

Campaign: Price's Missouri Expedition (1864)

Date(s): October 15, 1864

Principal Commanders: Col. Chester Harding [US]; Brig. Gen. John B. Clark and Brig. Gen. Joe Shelby [CS]

Forces Engaged: Garrison (800) [US]; unknown [CS]

Estimated Casualties: 450 total (US 400; CS 50)

Description: While Maj. Gen. Sterling Price led his men westward across Missouri, he decided to send a detachment to Glasgow to liberate weapons and supplies in an arms storehouse, purported to be there. This combined mounted infantry, cavalry, and artillery force laid siege to the town and the fortifications on Hereford Hill. Before dawn on October 15, Confederate artillery opened on the town and Rebels advanced on Glasgow by various routes, forcing the Yankees to fall back. The Union forces retreated out of town and up the hill toward the fortifications on Hereford Hill. There they formed a defensive line in this area, but the Confederates continued to advance. Convinced that he could not defend against another Confederate attack, Col. Chester Harding surrendered around 1:30 pm. Although Harding destroyed some Federal stores, Price?s men found rifle-muskets, overcoats, and horses. The Confederates remained in town for three days before rejoining the main column with new supplies and weapons and marching on towards Kansas City. The victory and capture of supplies and weapons were a boost to Price?s army's morale.

Result(s): Confederate victory

CWSAC Reference #: MO022

Preservation Priority: IV.2 (Class C)  
EDGMON, Jesse Columbus (I1641)
 
221 According to widow's pension for Jesse Swem, Andrew was living in Williamsburg, Clermont, OH in 1854.
The 1850 census does not list an Andrew Swem, however, there is an Andrew Smith born 1788 in NJ living in
Williamsburg. He is also in 1860.  
SWEM, Andrew (I4435)
 
222 Adams Co 1810 tax list ??? has a John. At most, this john would be 16??? STIVERS, John (I4353)
 
223 Adamsville Cem WOLVERTON, Nancy Artemesia (I5101)
 
224 Adamsville Cem LITTLEFIELD, Luther Rice (I2869)
 
225 Aerl Cem CREED, Mary (I1438)
 
226 Aerl Cem STIVERS, Samuel King (I4364)
 
227 again, this marriage may or may not be to the daughter of Jesse Sr. GARLAND, Mary Polly (I5166)
 
228 age 1 month LUCAS, Sarah Jane (I5546)
 
229 age 11 weeks GAMLIN, Frederick (I5465)
 
230 age 4 months GAMLIN, Leslie Robert (I5469)
 
231 age 4 months GAMLIN, James Herbert (I5468)
 
232 age 7 months GAMLIN, Leslie William (I5470)
 
233 all her children were born in Amwell, Hunterdon, NJ. check for death there.
poss bday 27 apr 1723 
BECKELHYMER, Margaret (I585)
 
234 All North Carolina and Tennessee, Early Land Records, 1753-1931 results for Witcher include
Booker Witcher: Smith Co, 1827 
WITCHER, Bowker (I5043)
 
235 All North Carolina and Tennessee, Early Land Records, 1753-1931 results for Witcher include:
Tandy K in Jackson Co, 1822, 1825, 1834, 1838, and 1849 
WITCHER, Tandy K (I5060)
 
236 All Saints BROWNING, Michael (I936)
 
237 All Saints Parish HARGRAVE, Richard (I2199)
 
238 Alpena Cem ANDERSON, Dale E (I5228)
 
239 Alpena Cem ANDREWS, Phronia M (I370)
 
240 Alpena Cem BOWMAN, James Edward (I683)
 
241 Alpena Cem BOYD, Ayers Hiram (I687)
 
242 Alpena Cem BOYD, Bernise (I688)
 
243 Alpena Cem BOYD, Bertha Lee (I689)
 
244 Alpena Cem BOYD, Bessie Marie (I690)
 
245 Alpena Cem BOYD, Frank Lee (I701)
 
246 Alpena Cem BOYD, Garrett L (I702)
 
247 Alpena Cem COXSEY, Jewell E (I1411)
 
248 Alpena Cem KIRKHAM, V Alberta (I2725)
 
249 Alpena Cem MCCRACKEN, Ruth (I3049)
 
250 Alpena Cem WAGLEY, Tennessee (I4752)
 

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