Price / Riffle / Chamberlain / Brenholts

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Living

F, #776
ReferencesErnest Barrett Chamberlain - Descendants
Roy Brenholts - Descendants

Parents

FatherLiving
MotherLiving
Last Edited4-Aug-2006

Living

F, #777
ReferencesErnest Barrett Chamberlain - Descendants
Roy Brenholts - Descendants

Parents

FatherLiving
MotherLiving
Last Edited4-Nov-2001

Thomas Taber Chamberlain, Jr.1,2

M, #778, b. 31-Jul-1945, d. 26-Feb-2015
CHAMBERLAIN Jr Thomas Taber
ReferencesErnest Barrett Chamberlain - Descendants
Roy Brenholts - Descendants

Parents

FatherThomas Taber Chamberlain (b. 18-Aug-1913, d. Oct-1980)
MotherBarbara Lee Brenholts (b. 9-Dec-1914, d. 13-Feb-1995)

Family: Living

DaughterLiving
SonLiving

Biography

Reference NoThomas Taber Chamberlain, Jr., has reference number 785.
Birth31-Jul-1945He was born on 31-Jul-1945.3
Heir5-Feb-1980He was named an heir in the will of Thomas Taber Chamberlain on 5-Feb-1980 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, United States.B He named First National Bank of Fort Worth as independent executor and established a trust for his wife, Virginia Bond (#952) to provide her with the living to which she had become accustomed. FollowingVirginia's death the trust was to be distributed equally among his children Lynne (#775), Deborah (#3), Barbara (#779) and Taber (#785).4
Death26-Feb-2015Thomas Taber Chamberlain, Jr., died on 26-Feb-2015 at age 69 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, United States.B5
Last Edited26-Mar-2015

Citations

  1. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Ms. Listenberger is a descendant of Henry Clay Taber, son of Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope, Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  2. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  3. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990)
  4. [S102] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Last Will and Testament for Thomas Taber Chamberlain, Record Type: will, Subject: Chamberlain, Thomas Taber, Compiler Address: Houston, TX, Original Publisher Location: Fort Worth, TX (Houston, TX, Original Date, 5 Feb 1980)
  5. [S405] online obti from funeral home

Living

F, #779
ReferencesErnest Barrett Chamberlain - Descendants
Roy Brenholts - Descendants

Family: Thomas Taber Chamberlain, Jr., (b. 31-Jul-1945, d. 26-Feb-2015)

DaughterLiving
SonLiving
Last Edited4-Aug-2006

Living

F, #780
ReferencesErnest Barrett Chamberlain - Descendants
Roy Brenholts - Descendants

Parents

FatherThomas Taber Chamberlain, Jr. (b. 31-Jul-1945, d. 26-Feb-2015)
MotherLiving

Family: Living

ChildLiving
ChildLiving
Last Edited24-Mar-2012

Living

M, #781
ReferencesErnest Barrett Chamberlain - Descendants
Roy Brenholts - Descendants

Parents

FatherThomas Taber Chamberlain, Jr. (b. 31-Jul-1945, d. 26-Feb-2015)
MotherLiving

Family: Living

Last Edited24-Mar-2012

Silas Bates1,2

M, #782, b. 1737, d. Jan-1801
ReferencesPedigree List

Family: Dorcas Cordiner (b. abt 1739)

SonNicholds Bates (b. abt 1760)

Biography

MarriageSilas Bates and Dorcas Cordiner were married.2,1,1,2
Birth1737Silas Bates was born in 1737 in Exeter, Washington County, Rhode Island, United States.B2,1,1,2
Militaryfrom May-1781 - 1784He served in the military from May-1781 - 1784 in Rhode Island, United States.B during the Revolutionary War, on the American side. He was a Private, 3rd Battalion Rhode Island State Troops2,3,4,5
DeathJan-1801He died in Jan-1801 at age ~64 in Exeter, Washington County, Rhode Island, United States.B2,1,1,2
Last Edited16-Mar-2012

Citations

  1. [S101] Compiler: Price, Deborah Chamberlain, Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Record Type: personal papers, Subject: Brenholts, Virginia Ruth, Compiler Address: Houston, TX, Original Publisher Location: Columbus, OH (Houston,TX, Original Date, 25 Apr 1966)
  2. [S61] Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books, Record Type: database, Name Of Person: Bennett, Mrs. Katherine Bates, File Number: 29391
  3. [S101] Compiler: Price, Deborah Chamberlain, Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Record Type: personal papers, Subject: Brenholts, Virginia Ruth, Compiler Address: Houston, TX, Original Publisher Location: Columbus, OH (Houston,TX, Original Date, 25 Apr 1966), His name appears on the Revolutionary Muster and Pay Rolls and on the Roll of Honor in the Secretary of States office of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantation.
  4. [S58] Citation Detail Only, no bibliography information, DAR Patriot Lookup located him, confirms his service via their more stringent recent standards.
  5. [S360] Ancestry.com. U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
    Original data: Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970. Louisville, Kentucky: National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. Microfilm, 508 rolls, This database contains applications for membership in the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution approved between 1889 and 31 December 1970. These records can be an excellent source for names, dates, locations, and family relationships, Volume: 29; SAR Membership Number: 5602.

Dorcas Cordiner1,2

F, #783, b. about 1739
ReferencesPedigree List

Family: Silas Bates (b. 1737, d. Jan-1801)

SonNicholds Bates (b. abt 1760)

Biography

NameDorcas Cordiner was also known as Bates, (Cordiner.)3
MarriageSilas Bates and Dorcas Cordiner were married.1,2,2,1
Birthabt 1739She was born abt 1739.3,3
Last Edited24-Mar-2012

Citations

  1. [S61] Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books, Record Type: database, Name Of Person: Bennett, Mrs. Katherine Bates, File Number: 29391
  2. [S101] Compiler: Price, Deborah Chamberlain, Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Record Type: personal papers, Subject: Brenholts, Virginia Ruth, Compiler Address: Houston, TX, Original Publisher Location: Columbus, OH (Houston,TX, Original Date, 25 Apr 1966)
  3. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.

Nicholds Bates1

M, #784, b. about 1760
ReferencesPedigree List

Parents

FatherSilas Bates (b. 1737, d. Jan-1801)
MotherDorcas Cordiner (b. abt 1739)

Family: Susanna Wethers (b. abt 1765)

SonBenjamin Bates (b. est 1798)
SonNicholds Bates, Jr. (b. 3-Sep-1798, d. 7-Jan-1870)

Biography

NameNicholds Bates was also known as Nicholas.1
MarriageHe and Susanna Wethers were married.1,2,1,2
Birthabt 1760Nicholds Bates was born abt 1760.2,2
Last Edited14-Mar-2012

Citations

  1. [S61] Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books, Record Type: database, Name Of Person: Bennett, Mrs. Katherine Bates, File Number: 29391
  2. [S101] Compiler: Price, Deborah Chamberlain, Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Record Type: personal papers, Subject: Brenholts, Virginia Ruth, Compiler Address: Houston, TX, Original Publisher Location: Columbus, OH (Houston,TX, Original Date, 25 Apr 1966)

Susanna Wethers1,2

F, #785, b. about 1765
ReferencesPedigree List

Family: Nicholds Bates (b. abt 1760)

SonBenjamin Bates (b. est 1798)
SonNicholds Bates, Jr. (b. 3-Sep-1798, d. 7-Jan-1870)

Biography

NameSusanna Wethers was also known as Bates, (Wethers.)3
NameShe was also known as Bates.3
MarriageNicholds Bates and Susanna Wethers were married.1,2,1,2
Reference NoShe has reference number 792.
Reference NoShe has reference number A:8-233.
Birthabt 1765She was born abt 1765.2,2
Last Edited28-Jul-2006

Citations

  1. [S61] Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books, Record Type: database, Name Of Person: Bennett, Mrs. Katherine Bates, File Number: 29391
  2. [S101] Compiler: Price, Deborah Chamberlain, Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Record Type: personal papers, Subject: Brenholts, Virginia Ruth, Compiler Address: Houston, TX, Original Publisher Location: Columbus, OH (Houston,TX, Original Date, 25 Apr 1966)
  3. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.

Nicholds Bates, Jr.1

M, #786, b. 3-Sep-1798, d. 7-Jan-1870
ReferencesPedigree List

Parents

FatherNicholds Bates (b. abt 1760)
MotherSusanna Wethers (b. abt 1765)

Family: Eunice Coe (b. 12-Mar-1806, d. 6-Sep-1898)

SonEli Bates (b. 15-Jul-1826, d. 8-Aug-1901)

Biography

NameNicholds Bates, Jr., was also known as Nicholas Bates.1
Birth3-Sep-1798He was born on 3-Sep-1798 in Rhode Island, United States.B1
Marriage21-Jul-1821He and Eunice Coe were married on 21-Jul-1821.1,1
Death7-Jan-1870Nicholds Bates, Jr., died on 7-Jan-1870 at age 71.1,1
Last Edited14-Mar-2012

Citations

  1. [S101] Compiler: Price, Deborah Chamberlain, Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Record Type: personal papers, Subject: Brenholts, Virginia Ruth, Compiler Address: Houston, TX, Original Publisher Location: Columbus, OH (Houston,TX, Original Date, 25 Apr 1966)

Eunice Coe1

F, #787, b. 12-Mar-1806, d. 6-Sep-1898
ReferencesPedigree List

Family: Nicholds Bates, Jr., (b. 3-Sep-1798, d. 7-Jan-1870)

SonEli Bates (b. 15-Jul-1826, d. 8-Aug-1901)

Biography

NameEunice Coe was also known as Bates, (Coe.)2
Birth12-Mar-1806She was born on 12-Mar-1806.1,1
Marriage21-Jul-1821Nicholds Bates, Jr., and Eunice Coe were married on 21-Jul-1821.1,1
Death6-Sep-1898She died on 6-Sep-1898 at age 92.1,1
Last Edited24-Mar-2012

Citations

  1. [S101] Compiler: Price, Deborah Chamberlain, Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Record Type: personal papers, Subject: Brenholts, Virginia Ruth, Compiler Address: Houston, TX, Original Publisher Location: Columbus, OH (Houston,TX, Original Date, 25 Apr 1966)
  2. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.

Eli Bates1

M, #788, b. 15-Jul-1826, d. 8-Aug-1901
ReferencesMy Ancestors-list
Pedigree List

Parents

FatherNicholds Bates, Jr. (b. 3-Sep-1798, d. 7-Jan-1870)
MotherEunice Coe (b. 12-Mar-1806, d. 6-Sep-1898)

Family 1: Ruth Amanda Hill (b. 26-Dec-1826, d. 7-Dec-1875)

DaughterHarriet Bates (b. 1850)
SonLovel L. Bates (b. 1855)
DaughterClara Alma Bates (b. 4-Oct-1857, d. 2-Jan-1940)
SonWilliam Bates (b. abt 1861, d. 9-Jun-1947)
SonWesley Bates (b. abt 1866)
SonWalter Bates (b. abt 1870, d. 19-Oct-1941)

Family 2: Eliza M. Bates (b. 14-Feb-1837)

Biography

Birth15-Jul-1826Eli Bates was born on 15-Jul-1826 at York Township in Jefferson County, Ohio, United States.B1,2,1,3,4
Marriage2-Jul-1848He and Ruth Amanda Hill were married on 2-Jul-1848 in Ohio, United States.B1
Residence1850Eli Bates lived at York in Athens County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1850.
Residence1856He lived at LaGrange TownshipB in Harrison County, Iowa, United StatesB, in 1856. Also listed is Sarah J. Moore, 12 year old female, born in Ohio.5
Residence1860He lived at York in Athens County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1860.
Residence1870He lived at Ward Township in Hocking County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1870.
Marriage1878He and Eliza M. Bates were married in 1878.
Residence1880Eli Bates lived at Ward Township in Hocking County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1880.
Residence1900He lived in Carroll Village, Fairfield County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1900.6
Death8-Aug-1901He died on 8-Aug-1901 at age 75 in Athens, Athens County, Ohio, United States.B1
Last Edited28-Mar-2012

Citations

  1. [S101] Compiler: Price, Deborah Chamberlain, Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Record Type: personal papers, Subject: Brenholts, Virginia Ruth, Compiler Address: Houston, TX, Original Publisher Location: Columbus, OH (Houston,TX, Original Date, 25 Apr 1966)
  2. [S350] Ancestry.com. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2002.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls, Clara's father born in Ohio, Alfred Brenholts // 353 // 361
  3. [S350] Ancestry.com. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2002.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls, Alfred Brenholts // 353 // 361
  4. [S227] Ancestry.com, Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.Original data - Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses, 1856, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, 1925 as well various special censuses from 1836-1897 obtained from the State Historical Society of Iowa v), http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=iastatecen&h=7552884&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt
  5. [S227] Ancestry.com, Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.Original data - Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses, 1856, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, 1925 as well various special censuses from 1836-1897 obtained from the State Historical Society of Iowa v)
  6. [S302] Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.

Ruth Amanda Hill1

F, #789, b. 26-Dec-1826, d. 7-Dec-1875
ReferencesMy Ancestors-list
Pedigree List

Family: Eli Bates (b. 15-Jul-1826, d. 8-Aug-1901)

DaughterHarriet Bates (b. 1850)
SonLovel L. Bates (b. 1855)
DaughterClara Alma Bates (b. 4-Oct-1857, d. 2-Jan-1940)
SonWilliam Bates (b. abt 1861, d. 9-Jun-1947)
SonWesley Bates (b. abt 1866)
SonWalter Bates (b. abt 1870, d. 19-Oct-1941)

Biography

NameRuth Amanda Hill was also known as Bates, (Hill.)2
NameShe was also known as Bates.2
NameShe was also known as.
Reference NoShe has reference number 796.
Reference NoShe has reference number A:6-59.
Birth26-Dec-1826She was born on 26-Dec-1826 in Ohio, United States.B1,3,1,3
Marriage2-Jul-1848Eli Bates and Ruth Amanda Hill were married on 2-Jul-1848 in Ohio, United States.B1
Residence1850She lived at York in Athens County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1850.4
Witness1856She lived in the residence of Eli Bates at LaGrange TownshipB in Harrison County, Iowa, United StatesB, in 1856. Also listed is Sarah J. Moore, 12 year old female, born in Ohio.5
Residence1860Ruth Amanda Hill lived at York in Athens County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1860.6
Residence1870She lived at Ward Township in Hocking County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1870.7
Death7-Dec-1875She died on 7-Dec-1875 at age 49.1
Death7-Dec-1875She died on 7-Dec-1875 at age 49 at Ward Township in Hocking County, Ohio, United States.B1
Last Edited18-Jan-2012

Citations

  1. [S101] Compiler: Price, Deborah Chamberlain, Application for Membership to the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Record Type: personal papers, Subject: Brenholts, Virginia Ruth, Compiler Address: Houston, TX, Original Publisher Location: Columbus, OH (Houston,TX, Original Date, 25 Apr 1966)
  2. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.
  3. [S350] Ancestry.com. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2002.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls, Alfred Brenholts // 353 // 361
  4. [S265] Ancestry.com. 1850 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data: Seventh Census of the United States, 1850; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  5. [S227] Ancestry.com, Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.Original data - Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses, 1856, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, 1925 as well various special censuses from 1836-1897 obtained from the State Historical Society of Iowa v), http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=iastatecen&h=7552884&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt
  6. [S266] Ancestry.com. 1860 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data: 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
  7. [S267] Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data:
    1870 U.S. census, population schedules. NARA microfilm publication M593, 1,761 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
    Minnesota census schedules for 1870. NARA microfilm publication T132, 13 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.

David William Matticks1

M, #790, b. 8-Jan-1861, d. 17-Jan-1908
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Parents

FatherSamuel Jefferson Matticks (b. 27-Dec-1829, d. 31-Aug-1902)
MotherElizabeth J. Tener (b. 26-Feb-1835, d. 18-Nov-1906)

Family: Gertrude Legge (b. bet 2-Jun-1859 and 1-Jun-1860, d. 31-Jul-1942)

SonWilliam W. Matticks (b. 1883, d. 1889)
ChildChild Matticks (b. 1885, d. 1885)
SonRay Matticks (b. Dec-1891, d. 1955)
DaughterJessie Marguerite Matticks (b. 1-Oct-1896, d. 11-Sep-1948)

Biography

NameDavid William Matticks was also known as David.2
Birth8-Jan-1861He was born on 8-Jan-1861 in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United States.B Both of his parents also born in Ohio per 1900 Census1,2
Residence1870He lived in Franklin, Warren County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1870.
Census27-Jul-1870He appeared in the census on 27-Jul-1870 in Franklin, Warren County, Ohio, United States.B not sure this is the right family. Father: Samuel J.,40, Mother: Elizabeth J, 36, Children: Alva F, M18; Sarah N, F16; Mary C, F14; Isaac, M11; David, M9; J. Graun, M6; Jennie B, F4; Charles H, M4mos3
Residence1880He lived in Manchester, Adams County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1880.
Census2-Jun-1880He appeared in the census on 2-Jun-1880 in Manchester, Adams County, Ohio, United States.B not sure if this is the right family. Father: Samuel J, M50; Mother: Elizabeth J, F46; Isaac C, M21; David W , M18; Jonathan G, M15; Jennie B, F13; Charles W, M10; Agnes T, F84
Marriage28-May-1885He and Gertrude Legge were married on 28-May-1885 in Licking County, Ohio, United States.B1,2,5
Occupation1900In 1900 David William Matticks was a linotype operator.2,2
Residence1900He lived in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1900.
Census (family)6-Jun-1900He and Gertrude Legge appeared in the census on 6-Jun-1900 at 202 West Church Street in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United States.B They owned their house free and clear, no mortgage. Appeared along withher parents William Legg (#5085) and Eliza Legg (#5086), and her brother Alonzo M. Less (#5087).6
Death17-Jan-1908David William Matticks died on 17-Jan-1908 at age 47 in Licking County, Ohio, United States.B
Last Edited16-Mar-2012

Citations

  1. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.
  2. [S274] Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls, David Matticks // 189 // 197
  3. [S288] Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data:
    1870 U.S. census, population schedules. NARA microfilm publication M593, 1,761 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
    Minnesota census schedules for 1870. NARA microfilm publication T132, 13 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d, Samuel J. Matticks // 135 // 139
  4. [S297] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1880 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. 1880 U.S. Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints © Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. All use is subject to the limited use license and other terms and conditions applicable to this site.
    Original data: Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C, 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Ohio, County: Adams County, City: Town of Manchester, Version: 1880, Micropub: T9_989, Page: 7, Enumeration District: 8 (2 Jun 1880, Access Date, 4 Sep 2004), Samuel J. Matticks // 55 // 56
  5. [S33] 1880 U.S. Federal Census, Record Type: population schedule, State: Ohio, County: Licking County, City: Newark, 4th Ward, Version: 1880, Micropub: T9_1040, Page: 42, Enumeration District: 193 (14 Jun 1880, Access Date, 4 Sep 2004), William Leggett // 457 // 517
  6. [S274] Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls, David Matticks // 189 // 197 // Street Address: 202 West Church Street

Gertrude Legge1

F, #791, b. between 2-Jun-1859 and 1-Jun-1860, d. 31-Jul-1942
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Parents

FatherWilliam Legg (b. 9-Jun-1818, d. 22-May-1910)
MotherEliza (b. 7-Apr-1826, d. 1904)

Family: David William Matticks (b. 8-Jan-1861, d. 17-Jan-1908)

SonWilliam W. Matticks (b. 1883, d. 1889)
ChildChild Matticks (b. 1885, d. 1885)
SonRay Matticks (b. Dec-1891, d. 1955)
DaughterJessie Marguerite Matticks (b. 1-Oct-1896, d. 11-Sep-1948)

Biography

NameGertrude Legge was also known as Lillie G. Matticks.
NameShe was also known as Gertrude Maddox.
NameShe was also known as Lillie Gertrude Legg.
NameShe was also known as Gertrude Matticks.2
NameShe was also known as Lillie Gertrude Legge.
NameShe was also known as Matticks.1,3
NameShe was also known as Gertrude Legg.
NameShe was also known as Lillie G. Matticks.4
NameShe was also known as Matticks, (Legge.)1,3
NameShe was also known as Gertrude Leggett.3
ResidenceShe lived in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, United States.B5
Birthbet 2-Jun-1859 and 1-Jun-1860She was born bet 2-Jun-1859 and 1-Jun-1860 in Ohio, United States.B1,3,1,3,6
Birth1860She was born in 1860 in Licking County, Ohio, United States.B
Birth28-Feb-1860She was born on 28-Feb-1860 in Washington County, Ohio, United States.B
Birth28-Feb-1860She was born on 28-Feb-1860 in Hanover, Licking County, Ohio, United States.B
Birth28-Feb-1861She was born on 28-Feb-1861 in Nashport, Muskingum County, Ohio, United States.B7
BirthFeb-1862She was born in Feb-1862 in Ohio, United States.B4,4
Birth1863She was born in 1863 in Ohio, United States.B
Birth28-Feb-1863She was born on 28-Feb-1863 in Muskingum County, Ohio, United States.B8
Birth28-Feb-1863She was born on 28-Feb-1863 in Ohio, United States.B9
Birthabt 1865She was born abt 1865 in Ohio, United States.B
Residence1870She lived at Wayne Township in Muskingum County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1870.
Residence1880She lived in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1880.
Occupation1880In 1880 Gertrude Legge was an at home (note not stated to be keeping house.)3,3
Witness14-Jun-1880She appeared in the census in the household of William Legg and Eliza on 14-Jun-1880 in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United States.B3
Marriage28-May-1885David William Matticks and Gertrude Legge were married on 28-May-1885 in Licking County, Ohio, United States.B1,4,3
Residence1900She lived in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1900.
Census (family)6-Jun-1900David William Matticks and Gertrude Legge appeared in the census on 6-Jun-1900 at 202 West Church Street in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United States.B They owned their house free and clear, no mortgage. Appeared along withher parents William Legg (#5085) and Eliza Legg (#5086), and her brother Alonzo M. Less (#5087).10
Residence1910She lived at Ward 10 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1910.
Residence1910She lived in Lucas, Richland County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1910.11
Residence1910She lived at Ward 3 in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1910.
Residence1920She lived at Ward 4 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1920.
Residencefrom 3-May-1922 - 11-May-1922She lived at 911 Franklin Avenue in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, United StatesB, from 3-May-1922 - 11-May-1922.9
Residence1930She lived in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1930.
Residencefrom 23-Jun-1934 - 14-Jul-1934She lived at 271 Hudson Avenue in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United StatesB, from 23-Jun-1934 - 14-Jul-1934.12
Death31-Jul-1942She died on 31-Jul-1942 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, United States.B13
Last Edited14-Jan-2012

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Ray Matticks1

M, #792, b. Dec-1891, d. 1955

Parents

FatherDavid William Matticks (b. 8-Jan-1861, d. 17-Jan-1908)
MotherGertrude Legge (b. bet 2-Jun-1859 and 1-Jun-1860, d. 31-Jul-1942)

Biography

NameRay Matticks was also known as Raymond E.2
NameHe was also known as Raymond Edward Matticks.1
NameHe was also known as Raymond E. Matticks.
Reference NoHe has reference number 800.
BirthDec-1891He was born in Dec-1891 in Ohio, United States.B1,2,1,2
Residence1900He lived in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1900.
Witness6-Jun-1900He appeared in the census in the household of David William Matticks and Gertrude Legge on 6-Jun-1900 at 202 West Church Street in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United States.B They owned their house free and clear, no mortgage. Appeared along withher parents William Legg (#5085) and Eliza Legg (#5086), and her brother Alonzo M. Less (#5087).3
Residence1910Ray Matticks lived at Ward 3 in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United StatesB, in 1910.
Occupation1930In 1930 Ray Matticks was a car salesman.4,4
Census21-Apr-1930He appeared in the census on 21-Apr-1930 at 509 Granville Drive in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United States.B He is listed with his wife Garnet and three daughters, Margaret J., 11 years old, Barbara, 6 years old, and Nancy, 4 years old. They also had one servant. They owned a home worth $25,000, and had a radio. Garnet and Ray were both born in Ohio, her parents were born in England. Daughter Margaret was born in Alabama, the other two girls were born in West Virginia.4
Census21-Apr-1930He appeared in the census on 21-Apr-1930 in Newark, Licking County, Ohio, United States.B4
Death1955He died in 1955 at age ~64.1
DeathJun-1958He died in Jun-1958 at age 66 in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida, United States.B1
Last Edited4-May-2011

Citations

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    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls, Ray E. Matticks // 94 // 597

Paul Taber1

M, #793, b. 3-Dec-1774, d. 25-Dec-1826
ReferencesPedigree List

Parents

FatherJacob Taber (b. 2-Oct-1735, d. 26-Feb-1815)
MotherSusannah Dennis (b. 29-Jan-1736/37)

Family: Lucy Brown (b. abt 1777)

SonSamuel Dennis Taber (b. 19-Apr-1798, d. 22-Apr-1864)
SonCyrus Taber (b. 19-Jan-1800)
DaughterLucy Taber (b. 5-Apr-1804, d. 1860)

Biography

OccupationPaul Taber was a Sea Captain in the War of 1812.2,2
Birth3-Dec-1774He was born on 3-Dec-1774 in Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island, United States.B3,3
Marriage21-Oct-1797He and Lucy Brown were married on 21-Oct-1797 in Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island, United States.B3
Witnessfrom 28-Nov-1800 - 15-Mar-1803From 28-Nov-1800 - 15-Mar-1803; Jacob Taber; Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island, United StatesB; Jacob Taber sells to son Paul-801 1/2 of the tanyard "where my brother carries on his tanning trade". Which brother? Only Thomas-914 and Water-920 were still alive in 1800. And then in 1803, 2 1/2 years later, Paul sells it back to his father; W:Thomas Taber and Water Taber, II,3
Residence1813Paul Taber lived in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, United StatesB, in 1813.4,4
Occupation1813In 1813 Paul Taber was a farmer in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, United States.B4,4
Miscfrom 1814 - 2-Feb-1820From 1814 - 2-Feb-1820; Montrose, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, United StatesB; Deed book of Montrose, Pennsylvania, 1814, shows a mortgage recorded for Paul Taber in Township Choconut. It is further recorded that on 8 Feb 1820 he sells this property.5
Witness22-Aug-181522-Aug-1815; Humphrey Taber; Choconut Township, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, United StatesB; Paul Taber-801 employed his brother Humphrey to adjust Paul's interest of their father Jacob's estate.3
Residence1820Paul Taber lived in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1820. His son Cyrus had gone to Fort Wayne earlier2
Death25-Dec-1826He died on 25-Dec-1826 at age 52 in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, United States.B2,2
Last Edited24-Mar-2012

Citations

  1. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Ms. Listenberger is a descendant of Henry Clay Taber, son of Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope, Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source. 1815 Tiverton Probates mention in Jacob's will wife Susannah and sons Humphrey and Paul.
  2. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from "Thomas Swinney, Donor of Fort Wayne's First Park"
  3. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  4. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source. 1813-Susquehanna County New Settlers: among them Paul Taber, farmer.
  5. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source. Deeds 1814-Montrose, PA, Paul Taber Mortgage Recorded, township Choconut. Feb 8, 1820, Paul Taber sells above.

Samuel Dennis Taber1,2

M, #794, b. 19-Apr-1798, d. 22-Apr-1864
ReferencesPedigree List

Parents

FatherPaul Taber (b. 3-Dec-1774, d. 25-Dec-1826)
MotherLucy Brown (b. abt 1777)

Family: Jane Pope (b. 7-Mar-1806, d. 10-May-1878)

SonCyrus Taber (b. 26-Jun-1833, d. 26-Dec-1877)
DaughterMary Ann Taber (b. 10-Jul-1835, d. 1911)
SonThomas Jefferson Taber (b. 13-Nov-1837, d. 18-May-1839)
SonHenry Clay Taber (b. 13-Apr-1840, d. 6-Jan-1906)
DaughterSarah Frances Taber (b. 18-May-1842, d. 6-Nov-1848)
SonOliver Perry Taber (b. 7-Mar-1844, d. 12-Dec-1869)
DaughterLucyette Taber (b. 24-Jul-1846, d. 17-Apr-1877)
SonWilliam Paul Taber (b. 18-Jul-1848, d. 8-Sep-1866)

Biography

ChristenSamuel Dennis Taber was christened in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B as a Presbyterian3
ChristenHe was christened in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B3
BurialHe was buried at Old Taber Cemetery in Center Township, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B3
BurialHe was buried in Center Township, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B3
AttributesSamuel Dennis Taber was.3
ResidenceHe lived in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B4
AnecdoteFrom a Marshall County newspaper of the time: "Samuel Dennis Taber, who recently went to Colorado, in hopes of benefitting his declining health, arrived home Monday night. The light atmosphere of Colorado almost suffocated him and his physician advised him to return home at once."5
OccupationSamuel Dennis Taber was an innkeeper in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B6
Reference NoHe has reference number 802.
Reference NoHe has reference number A:7-104.
ResidenceHe lived in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B They were among the first settlers of this county and Mr. Taber took a leading part in the improvements inaugurated during his lifetime.

The indians ceded a one mile wide section of land through what is now Marshall County to enable whites to establish the Michigan road. Mr. Taber worked on this road at the time of its construction.4
AttributesSamuel Dennis Taber was. a Whig3
OccupationSamuel Dennis Taber was an innkeeper in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B6
OccupationSamuel Dennis Taber was a Judge / Farmer.7,7
Birth19-Apr-1798He was born on 19-Apr-1798 in Tiverton, Newport County, Rhode Island, United States.B8,8
Witness1820He lived in the residence of Paul Taber in Fort Wayne, Allen County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1820. His son Cyrus had gone to Fort Wayne earlier9
Marriage1-Jul-1830Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope were married on 1-Jul-1830.8,8
Death22-Apr-1864Samuel Dennis Taber died on 22-Apr-1864 at age 66 in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B8
Death22-Apr-1864He died on 22-Apr-1864 at age 66 at Taber Homestead in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B at 10:00 p.m.8
Probate23-May-1864He had his estate probated on 23-May-1864 in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B10
Probate23-May-1864He had his estate probated on 23-May-1864 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B with George Deacon and Israel Roberts providing the required $4000 bond. After final settlement, each of his seven heirs received $126.50, while his wife received $79.51 in addition to the $300 in household property she had already received10
ProbateJan-1866He had his estate probated in Jan-1866 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B11
ProbateJan-1866He had his estate probated in Jan-1866 in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B11
Last Edited4-May-2011

Citations

  1. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Ms. Listenberger is a descendant of Henry Clay Taber, son of Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope, Brief biographical sketch of Cyrus Taber, unknown source document though it is likely some sort of historical summary of the origins of Marshall County.
  2. [S100] McDonald, Daniel, A Twentieth Century History of Marshall County, Indiana (Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago, IL, 1908), Transcript of Biographical Sketch for Thomas O. Taber (Vol II, pp 589-591) provided by Rosemary Listenberger in her 1993 letter to Barbara Brown (see source #114), attached herein. Entire book transcribed and available online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berta/mcbk1908/title.html;Rootsweb, Vol II, pp 589-591
  3. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  4. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Brief biographical sketch of Cyrus Taber, unknown source document though it is likely some sort of historical summary of the origins of Marshall County. Also the Historical Atlas State of Indiana 1876
  5. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Brief biographical sketch of Cyrus Taber, unknown source document though it is likely some sort of historical summary of the origins of Marshall County.
  6. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Historical Atlas State of Indiana 1876
  7. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.
  8. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source. Also Samuel Dennis Taber bible record.
  9. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from "Thomas Swinney, Donor of Fort Wayne's First Park"
  10. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from TABER Samuel Dennis-Estate Inventory.pdf
  11. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from Indiana Plymouth Courthouse-Decedent Estates.pdf

Jane Pope1

F, #795, b. 7-Mar-1806, d. 10-May-1878
ReferencesPedigree List

Family: Samuel Dennis Taber (b. 19-Apr-1798, d. 22-Apr-1864)

SonCyrus Taber (b. 26-Jun-1833, d. 26-Dec-1877)
DaughterMary Ann Taber (b. 10-Jul-1835, d. 1911)
SonThomas Jefferson Taber (b. 13-Nov-1837, d. 18-May-1839)
SonHenry Clay Taber (b. 13-Apr-1840, d. 6-Jan-1906)
DaughterSarah Frances Taber (b. 18-May-1842, d. 6-Nov-1848)
SonOliver Perry Taber (b. 7-Mar-1844, d. 12-Dec-1869)
DaughterLucyette Taber (b. 24-Jul-1846, d. 17-Apr-1877)
SonWilliam Paul Taber (b. 18-Jul-1848, d. 8-Sep-1866)

Biography

NameJane Pope was also known as Taber, (Pope.)
NameShe was also known as Taber.
ChristenShe was christened in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B2
ChristenShe was christened at Advent Church in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B as a Presbyterian2
BurialShe was buried in Center Township, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B2
BurialShe was buried at Old Taber Cemetery in Center Township, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B2
ResidenceShe lived in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B They were among the first settlers of this county and Mr. Taber took a leading part in the improvements inaugurated during his lifetime.

The indians ceded a one mile wide section of land through what is now Marshall County to enable whites to establish the Michigan road. Mr. Taber worked on this road at the time of its construction.3
ResidenceShe lived in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B3
Reference NoShe has reference number 803.
Reference NoShe has reference number A:7-105.
Birth7-Mar-1806She was born on 7-Mar-1806.4
Birth7-Mar-1806She was born on 7-Mar-1806 in New York, United States.B4
Marriage1-Jul-1830Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope were married on 1-Jul-1830.4,4
Death10-May-1878She died on 10-May-1878 at age 72.2
Death10-May-1878She died on 10-May-1878 at age 72. at the home of her daughter, Mary Ann2
ProbateDec-1881She had her estate probated in Dec-1881 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B with Israel Roberts, family friend, acting as administrator5
ProbateDec-1881She had her estate probated in Dec-1881 in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B5
Last Edited4-May-2011

Citations

  1. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Ms. Listenberger is a descendant of Henry Clay Taber, son of Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope, Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source. Also Samuel Dennis Taber bible record.
  2. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  3. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Brief biographical sketch of Cyrus Taber, unknown source document though it is likely some sort of historical summary of the origins of Marshall County. Also the Historical Atlas State of Indiana 1876
  4. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source. Also Samuel Dennis Taber bible record.
  5. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from Indiana Plymouth Courthouse-Decedent Estates.pdf

Cyrus Taber1

M, #796, b. 26-Jun-1833, d. 26-Dec-1877
TABER Cyrus
ReferencesMy Ancestors-list
Pedigree List

Parents

FatherSamuel Dennis Taber (b. 19-Apr-1798, d. 22-Apr-1864)
MotherJane Pope (b. 7-Mar-1806, d. 10-May-1878)

Family: Rachel Plake (b. 10-Feb-1835, d. 1873)

SonSamuel Dennis Taber (b. 1855, d. 1882)
SonThomas Oliver Taber (b. 25-Nov-1856, d. 26-Dec-1905)
DaughterMary Alice Taber (b. 1858, d. 1894)
SonJohn Heenan Taber (b. 1860, d. 1889)
SonStephen Taber (b. 1865, d. 21-May-1866)
SonIsrael S. Taber (b. 1870, d. 1888)

Biography

ChristenCyrus Taber was christened in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B into the Society of Adventists. The History of Marshall County states that he was a member of the Church of God2,3
BurialHe was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B by H.V Reev (Reed?)4
OccupationCyrus Taber was a farmer.5,5
EducationHe was educated mainly by his own efforts. He grew to manhood amid scenes of a pioneer life, and acquired a fair education. He was modest and unassuming and although he was never one to intrude his views, he did much to mold the character and public spirit of the neighborhood in which he resided.5
AttributesCyrus Taber was. a Whig, and then after that party folded in 1856, a Republican5,6
Birth26-Jun-1833He was born on 26-Jun-1833 in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B Sometimes reported to be the first white child born in Marshall County.7,8,6
Residence1850He lived at My Division in Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1850.9
Marriage15-Nov-1853He and Rachel Plake were married on 15-Nov-1853 at Smith's Tavern in Argos, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B ceremony performed by Mack Smith5,6
Witness23-May-1864Cyrus Taber witnessed the probate of Samuel Dennis Taber on 23-May-1864 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B with George Deacon and Israel Roberts providing the required $4000 bond. After final settlement, each of his seven heirs received $126.50, while his wife received $79.51 in addition to the $300 in household property she had already received10
WitnessJan-1866Cyrus Taber witnessed the probate of Samuel Dennis Taber in Jan-1866 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B11
Will10-Oct-1877Cyrus Taber signed a will on 10-Oct-1877. His will begins with a detailed decription of his land holdings, and an itemization of his estate, which he estimated to be worth $16,393. He designated that $2000 was to be given to each of his children, and the property and home be given to his wife.12
Death26-Dec-1877He died on 26-Dec-1877 at age 44 at Home, 5 miles south of Plymouth, in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B on a Thursday morning. He spent his life in the cultivation of the land upon which he was born, and died within a few rods of the old cabin home.5,6
WitnessApr-1878He witnessed the probate of Oliver Perry Taber in Apr-1878 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B11
ProbateDec-1883Cyrus Taber had his estate probated in Dec-1883 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B with Israel Roberts acting as co-administrator11
Last Edited28-Mar-2012

Citations

  1. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Ms. Listenberger is a descendant of Henry Clay Taber, son of Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope, Brief biographical sketch of Cyrus Taber, unknown source document though it is likely some sort of historical summary of the origins of Marshall County. Also handwritten family group sheets with unknown original source.
  2. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  3. [S100] McDonald, Daniel, A Twentieth Century History of Marshall County, Indiana (Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago, IL, 1908), Transcript of Biographical Sketch for Thomas O. Taber (Vol II, pp 589-591) provided by Rosemary Listenberger in her 1993 letter to Barbara Brown (see source #114), attached herein. Entire book transcribed and available online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berta/mcbk1908/title.html;Rootsweb, Vol II, pp 589-591
  4. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.
  5. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Brief biographical sketch of Cyrus Taber, unknown source document though it is likely some sort of historical summary of the origins of Marshall County.
  6. [S100] McDonald, Daniel, A Twentieth Century History of Marshall County, Indiana (Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago, IL, 1908), Vol II, pp 589-591
  7. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Brief biographical sketch of Cyrus Taber, unknown source document though it is likely some sort of historical summary of the origins of Marshall County. Also handwritten family group sheets with unknown original source.
  8. [S75] Compiler: Listenberger, Rosemary, The Trail of Death, by Paul Graham Taber, Record Type: history, Subject: Indiana. Marshall County, Compiler Address: Plymouth, IN, Source Type: newspaper, Item Type: clipping (Houston, TX), Given in 1993 as part of a larger collection to Barbara Brown (Denver, CO). Paul Graham Taber's connection to the family is not known, but the article includes a photo of Cyrus Taber. This may not be a newspaper article at all but rather from a history book of Marshall County, Indiana, Caption of photo states that Cyrus was the first male white child born in Marshall County
  9. [S279] Ancestry.com. 1850 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data: Seventh Census of the United States, 1850; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  10. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from TABER Samuel Dennis-Estate Inventory.pdf
  11. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from Indiana Plymouth Courthouse-Decedent Estates.pdf
  12. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993)

Rachel Plake1

F, #797, b. 10-Feb-1835, d. 1873
ReferencesMy Ancestors-list
Pedigree List

Parents

FatherJohn Plake (b. abt 1807, d. 1877)
MotherNancy (b. 1810, d. 1849)

Family 1: Jonas Miller (b. abt 1832)

Family 2: Cyrus Taber (b. 26-Jun-1833, d. 26-Dec-1877)

SonSamuel Dennis Taber (b. 1855, d. 1882)
SonThomas Oliver Taber (b. 25-Nov-1856, d. 26-Dec-1905)
DaughterMary Alice Taber (b. 1858, d. 1894)
SonJohn Heenan Taber (b. 1860, d. 1889)
SonStephen Taber (b. 1865, d. 21-May-1866)
SonIsrael S. Taber (b. 1870, d. 1888)

Biography

NameRachel Plake was also known as Taber, (Plake.)2
NameShe was also known as Miller, (Plake.)2
NameShe was also known as Rachel Flake.3
NameShe was also known as Taber.2
NameShe was also known as Miller.2
ChristenShe was christened in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B4
ChristenShe was christened in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B into the Society of Adventists4
MarriageJonas Miller and Rachel Plake were married.2
BurialShe was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B4,4
Reference NoShe has reference number 805.
Reference NoShe has reference number A:6-53.
Birth10-Feb-1835She was born on 10-Feb-1835 in Fayette County, Indiana, United States.B
Birth10-Feb-1837She was born on 10-Feb-1837 in Connersville, Fayette County, Indiana, United States.B4,5,4,5
Marriage15-Nov-1853Cyrus Taber and Rachel Plake were married on 15-Nov-1853 at Smith's Tavern in Argos, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B ceremony performed by Mack Smith6,5
Death1873She died in 1873 at age ~38.
Executor10-Oct-1877She was named an executor for the will of Cyrus Taber on 10-Oct-1877. His will begins with a detailed decription of his land holdings, and an itemization of his estate, which he estimated to be worth $16,393. He designated that $2000 was to be given to each of his children, and the property and home be given to his wife.7
Residence1880Rachel Plake lived in Center Township, Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1880.8
WitnessDec-1883She witnessed the probate of Cyrus Taber in Dec-1883 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B with Israel Roberts acting as co-administrator9
Death1913Rachel Plake died in 1913 at age ~78.4
Death1913She died in 1913 at age ~78 in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B4
Last Edited26-Jul-2006

Citations

  1. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Ms. Listenberger is a descendant of Henry Clay Taber, son of Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope, Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  2. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.
  3. [S100] McDonald, Daniel, A Twentieth Century History of Marshall County, Indiana (Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago, IL, 1908), Transcript of Biographical Sketch for Thomas O. Taber (Vol II, pp 589-591) provided by Rosemary Listenberger in her 1993 letter to Barbara Brown (see source #114), attached herein. Entire book transcribed and available online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berta/mcbk1908/title.html;Rootsweb, Vol II, pp 589-591
  4. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  5. [S100] McDonald, Daniel, A Twentieth Century History of Marshall County, Indiana (Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago, IL, 1908), Vol II, pp 589-591
  6. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Brief biographical sketch of Cyrus Taber, unknown source document though it is likely some sort of historical summary of the origins of Marshall County.
  7. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993)
  8. [S298] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1880 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. 1880 U.S. Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints © Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. All use is subject to the limited use license and other terms and conditions applicable to this site.
    Original data: Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.
  9. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from Indiana Plymouth Courthouse-Decedent Estates.pdf

Thomas Oliver Taber1

M, #798, b. 25-Nov-1856, d. 26-Dec-1905
ReferencesMy Ancestors-list
Pedigree Chart
Pedigree List

Parents

FatherCyrus Taber (b. 26-Jun-1833, d. 26-Dec-1877)
MotherRachel Plake (b. 10-Feb-1835, d. 1873)

Family: Melissa Jane Railsback (b. 7-Mar-1858, d. 16-Feb-1951)

DaughterStella Taber (b. 1878, d. 1959)
DaughterR. Taber (b. say 1879)
DaughterLou Ethel Taber (b. 1880, d. 1881)
DaughterLottie May Taber (b. 1882, d. 21-Dec-1882)
SonEarl Railsback Taber (b. 1884, d. 1959)
DaughterGrace Taber (b. 1886, d. 1890)
SonCharles Cyrus Taber (b. 1888, d. 1962)
DaughterGladys Taber (b. 14-Oct-1891, d. 1977)
DaughterJessie Taber (b. 1896, d. aft 1908)
DaughterGlenna Taber (b. 1898, d. aft 1908)
SonWilliam Paul Taber (b. 1904, d. 1906)

Biography

NameThomas Oliver Taber was also known as Thomas Tabor.
ChristenHe was christened.2
BurialHe was buried in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B3
AttributesThomas Oliver Taber was a Knights of Pythias.4
AttributesThomas Oliver Taber was a Republican. He was a staunch Republican and in matters of citizenship was ever progressive, alert and enterprising2,4
AttributesThomas Oliver Taber was a Knights of Pythias. a member of the Fraternal Order of the Knights of Pythias, and served as treasurer of the lodge4
AttributesThomas Oliver Taber was a Character. in no sense a man in public life, he nevertheless exerted an immeasurable influence on the communities in which he lived: In business life as a financier, in social circles by reason of a charming personality, in matters of citizenship by reason of his loyalty to the public welfare. In all of his business life he displayed an aptitude for successful management and maintained a reputation for probity and commercial integrity that was above question.4
ReligionHe was Church of God.2,4
AttributesThomas Oliver Taber was a Republican.2,4
Reference NoHe has reference number 806.
AttributesThomas Oliver Taber was a Character.4
ReligionHe was Church of God. a member of the Church of God all his life, and loyal to its teachings and precepts2,4
Reference NoHe has reference number A:5-26.
Birth25-Nov-1856He was born on 25-Nov-1856 in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B2,4,2,4
ChristenHe was christened. into the Church of God2
EducationHe was educated in the Jordan school, and the Plymouth high school in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B4,4
Occupationfrom 1872 - 1875From 1872 - 1875 Thomas Oliver Taber was a teacher.4,4
Education1875He was educated in 1875 in Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana, United States.B4
Education1875He was educated in 1875 at Northern Indiana Normal School in Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana, United States.B4
Occupationfrom 1875 - 1880From 1875 - 1880 Thomas Oliver Taber was a merchant in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B4,5,4,5
Heir10-Oct-1877He was named an heir in the will of Cyrus Taber on 10-Oct-1877. His will begins with a detailed decription of his land holdings, and an itemization of his estate, which he estimated to be worth $16,393. He designated that $2000 was to be given to each of his children, and the property and home be given to his wife.6
Marriage18-Oct-1877Thomas Oliver Taber and Melissa Jane Railsback were married on 18-Oct-1877.2,4
Marriage18-Oct-1877Thomas Oliver Taber and Melissa Jane Railsback were married on 18-Oct-1877 in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B2,4
Residence1880Thomas Oliver Taber lived in Walnut, Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1880.
Occupationfrom 1880 - 1883From 1880 - 1883 Thomas Oliver Taber was a farmer.4,4
Occupationfrom 1883 - 1884From 1883 - 1884 Thomas Oliver Taber was a merchant in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B After spending a few years farming, he returned to Plymouth where he purchased a half interest in E. K. Barnhill's mercantile store. Later he bought out his partner and continued in the business alone until 1884 when he sold the business.4
Occupationfrom 1883 - 1884From 1883 - 1884 Thomas Oliver Taber was a merchant in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B4
Occupationfrom 1884 - 1890From 1884 - 1890 Thomas Oliver Taber was a traveling salesman in the cigar business, in addition to his banking activities.4,4
Occupation1885In 1885 Thomas Oliver Taber was in Argos, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B T.O. Taber-806 and William Railsback-112 were partners in a banking house, under the firm name of Railsback & Taber, bankers.4
Occupation1885In 1885 Thomas Oliver Taber was in Argos, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B4
Occupationfrom 1885 - 1906From 1885 - 1906 Thomas Oliver Taber was a banker.4,4
Anecdote21-Apr-1885T.O. Taber-806 and William Railsback-112 were associated in the banking business for many years. They were both considered representative businessmen and enterprising citizens of the county.7
Occupation1888In 1888 Thomas Oliver Taber was a partners in banking in Mentone, Koscuisko County, Indiana, United States.B4
Occupation1888In 1888 Thomas Oliver Taber was a partners in banking in Mentone, Koscuisko County, Indiana, United States.B TO Taber and Wm Railsback-112 opened a bank under the name Railsback & Taber, which later became known as Citizens Bank and was conducted by John H. and Thomas O. Taber under the style Taber Brothers.4
Occupationsay 1889Say 1889 Thomas Oliver Taber was a partners in banking in Markle, Wells County, Indiana, United States.B Taber Brothers set up Farmers and Traders Bank with C. D. Chapman4
Occupationsay 1889Say 1889 Thomas Oliver Taber was a partners in banking in Silver Lake, Kosciusko County, Indiana, United States.B4
Occupationsay 1889Say 1889 Thomas Oliver Taber was a partners in banking in Markle, Wells County, Indiana, United States.B4
Occupationsay 1889Say 1889 Thomas Oliver Taber was a partners in banking in Silver Lake, Kosciusko County, Indiana, United States.B Taber Brothers set up Commercial Bank along with John C. Cavendar4
Occupationfrom 1890 - 1906From 1890 - 1906 Thomas Oliver Taber was a partners in banking in Argos, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B4
Occupationfrom 1890 - 1906From 1890 - 1906 Thomas Oliver Taber was a partners in banking in Argos, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B TO Taber and William Railsback-112 set up the State Exchange Bank of Argos. T.O. Taber was cashier until 1902, after which time he was President, up until his demise.4
AnecdoteMay-1893In May 1893, the Columbian National Bank of Chicago failed. It was the exchange house for the four banks which Mr. Taber had organized, and its failure brought on trying times for Mr. Taber, but his characteristic good management and conservative methods enabled him to continue his banking interests in all of these four institutions undisturbed4
Residence1900He lived at Argos Town in Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1900.
Occupation26-May-1902On 26-May-1902 Thomas Oliver Taber was a partners in banking in Marion, Grant County, Indiana, United States.B Harry Ford, son-in-law of T.O. Taber served as treasurer, Mr. Taber became secretary. The company was initially capitalized for $100,000, the success of the business is indicated by the fact that in 1908 there was a capital of $750,0004
Occupation26-May-1902On 26-May-1902 Thomas Oliver Taber was a partners in banking in Marion, Grant County, Indiana, United States.B4
WitnessDec-1902He witnessed the probate of Anna Elizabeth Haines in Dec-1902 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B8
Death26-Dec-1905Thomas Oliver Taber died on 26-Dec-1905 at age 49 in Mentone, Koscuisko County, Indiana, United States.B
Witness22-Mar-1906He witnessed the will of Mary Ann Taber on 22-Mar-1906. She asked to be buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, next to her daughter, Mrs. Frank Cummins (#958). Donation of $500 was made to the Church of God and the Antioch Church, to be divided equally between them. She gave $200 to Miss Emily A. Stacy, perhaps a maid or caretaker. The residue of her estate was to be divided in 4 equal portions, 1/4 each to three of her nephews,Thomas O. Taber (#806), Herman Taber (#959) and John H. Taber (#853), and the remaining part split between nephew Samuel D. Taber (#965) and Frank L. Taber (#967), son of nephew Herman Taber (#959).6
Death26-Dec-1906Thomas Oliver Taber died on 26-Dec-1906 at age 50 in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B while on a train to an unknown destination2
Death26-Dec-1906He died on 26-Dec-1906 at age 50 in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B2
BurialHe was buried at Oak Hill Cemetery in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B4
ProbateFeb-1911He had his estate probated in Feb-1911 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B8
ProbateFeb-1911He had his estate probated in Feb-1911 in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B8
Last Edited4-May-2011

Citations

  1. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Ms. Listenberger is a descendant of Henry Clay Taber, son of Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope, Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  2. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  3. [S100] McDonald, Daniel, A Twentieth Century History of Marshall County, Indiana (Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago, IL, 1908), Transcript of Biographical Sketch for Thomas O. Taber (Vol II, pp 589-591) provided by Rosemary Listenberger in her 1993 letter to Barbara Brown (see source #114), attached herein. Entire book transcribed and available online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berta/mcbk1908/title.html;Rootsweb, Vol II, pp 589-591
  4. [S100] McDonald, Daniel, A Twentieth Century History of Marshall County, Indiana (Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago, IL, 1908), Vol II, pp 589-591
  5. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from Hollands Directory 1876-1877 (extracted and transcribed as part of "TABER Thomas O.-History of Indiana.pdf")
  6. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993)
  7. [S74] Compiler: Listenberger, Rosemary, Family Histories of Early Argos - RAILSBACK, Record Type: family sketch, Subject: William Railsback , Compiler Address: Plymouth, IN, Source Type: newspaper, Item Type: clipping (Houston, TX), Given in 1993 as part of a larger collection to Barbara Brown (Denver, CO). The article mentions that Caleb Railsback is still living, with 1885 the latest mentioned date, thus it must have been printed between 1885 and 1895. Likely comes from the newspaper of Argos, Marshall County, Indiana.
  8. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from Indiana Plymouth Courthouse-Decedent Estates.pdf

Melissa Jane Railsback1,2,3

F, #799, b. 7-Mar-1858, d. 16-Feb-1951
ReferencesMy Ancestors-list
Pedigree Chart
Pedigree List

Parents

FatherWilliam Railsback (b. 3-Dec-1830, d. 24-Nov-1915)
MotherMelissa Brown (b. 1825, d. 1863)

Family: Thomas Oliver Taber (b. 25-Nov-1856, d. 26-Dec-1905)

DaughterStella Taber (b. 1878, d. 1959)
DaughterR. Taber (b. say 1879)
DaughterLou Ethel Taber (b. 1880, d. 1881)
DaughterLottie May Taber (b. 1882, d. 21-Dec-1882)
SonEarl Railsback Taber (b. 1884, d. 1959)
DaughterGrace Taber (b. 1886, d. 1890)
SonCharles Cyrus Taber (b. 1888, d. 1962)
DaughterGladys Taber (b. 14-Oct-1891, d. 1977)
DaughterJessie Taber (b. 1896, d. aft 1908)
DaughterGlenna Taber (b. 1898, d. aft 1908)
SonWilliam Paul Taber (b. 1904, d. 1906)

Biography

NameMelissa Jane Railsback was also known as Taber, (Railsback.)
NameShe was also known as Taber.
NameShe was also known as Malissa J. Railsback.
NameShe was also known as Melissa Jane Taber.
NameShe was also known as Melissa Taber.4
NameShe was also known as J. Melissa Tabor.
Reference NoShe has reference number A:5-27.
Reference NoShe has reference number 807.
Birth7-Mar-1858She was born on 7-Mar-1858 in Walnut Township, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B5,6,7,5,6,7,8
Residence1860She lived in Walnut, Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1860.
Residence1870She lived in Walnut, Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1870.
Marriage18-Oct-1877Thomas Oliver Taber and Melissa Jane Railsback were married on 18-Oct-1877 in Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B5,7
Marriage18-Oct-1877Thomas Oliver Taber and Melissa Jane Railsback were married on 18-Oct-1877.5,7
Residence1880She lived in Walnut, Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1880.9
Residence1900She lived at Argos Town in Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1900.10
Residence1910She lived at Argos Ward 2 in Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1910.11
WitnessFeb-1911She witnessed the probate of Thomas Oliver Taber in Feb-1911 at Court of Common Plea in Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B12
Residence1920Melissa Jane Railsback lived in Walnut, Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1920.13
Residence1930She lived in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, United StatesB, in 1930.14
Death16-Feb-1951She died on 16-Feb-1951 at age 92.5
Death16-Feb-1951She died on 16-Feb-1951 at age 92 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, United States.B5,8
Last Edited27-Jul-2006

Citations

  1. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Ms. Listenberger is a descendant of Henry Clay Taber, son of Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope, Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  2. [S74] Compiler: Listenberger, Rosemary, Family Histories of Early Argos - RAILSBACK, Record Type: family sketch, Subject: William Railsback , Compiler Address: Plymouth, IN, Source Type: newspaper, Item Type: clipping (Houston, TX), Given in 1993 as part of a larger collection to Barbara Brown (Denver, CO). The article mentions that Caleb Railsback is still living, with 1885 the latest mentioned date, thus it must have been printed between 1885 and 1895. Likely comes from the newspaper of Argos, Marshall County, Indiana.
  3. [S100] McDonald, Daniel, A Twentieth Century History of Marshall County, Indiana (Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago, IL, 1908), Transcript of Biographical Sketch for Thomas O. Taber (Vol II, pp 589-591) provided by Rosemary Listenberger in her 1993 letter to Barbara Brown (see source #114), attached herein. Entire book transcribed and available online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berta/mcbk1908/title.html;Rootsweb, Vol II, pp 589-591
  4. [S212] Ancestry.com, California Death Index, 1940-1997 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.Original data - State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics.Original dat), http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=cadeath1940&h=7210431&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt
  5. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  6. [S74] Compiler: Listenberger, Rosemary, Family Histories of Early Argos - RAILSBACK, Record Type: family sketch, Subject: William Railsback , Compiler Address: Plymouth, IN, Source Type: newspaper, Item Type: clipping (Houston, TX)
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  8. [S212] Ancestry.com, California Death Index, 1940-1997 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.Original data - State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics.Original dat)
  9. [S284] Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1880 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. 1880 U.S. Census Index provided by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints © Copyright 1999 Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved. All use is subject to the limited use license and other terms and conditions applicable to this site.
    Original data: Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C, ALSO NOTE: Lucy Brown, widow, living alone listed further down the page, this is her grandmother.
  10. [S304] Ancestry.com. 1900 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1900. T623, 1854 rolls.
  11. [S337] Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
    Original data: Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA
  12. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), from Indiana Plymouth Courthouse-Decedent Estates.pdf
  13. [S347] Ancestry.com. 1920 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
    Original data: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 are on roll 323 (Chicago City).
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    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.

Gladys Taber1,2,3

F, #800, b. 14-Oct-1891, d. 1977
ReferencesErnest Barrett Chamberlain - Descendants
My Ancestors-list
Pedigree Chart
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Parents

FatherThomas Oliver Taber (b. 25-Nov-1856, d. 26-Dec-1905)
MotherMelissa Jane Railsback (b. 7-Mar-1858, d. 16-Feb-1951)

Family 1: Ernest Barrett Chamberlain (b. 22-Jan-1883, d. 21-Jun-1972)

SonThomas Taber Chamberlain (b. 18-Aug-1913, d. Oct-1980)

Family 2: A. G. Gibbs (b. est 1887)

Biography

NameGladys Taber was also known as Chamberlain, (Taber.)
NameShe was also known as Gibbs.
NameShe was also known as Gladys Gibbs.4
NameShe was also known as Gladdis Taber.
NameShe was also known as Gladys Berlincourt.5
NameShe was also known as Gladys T. Chamberlain.
Reference NoShe has reference number A:4-13.
Reference NoShe has reference number 808.
Birth14-Oct-1891She was born on 14-Oct-1891 in Argos, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B6,7,8,9,10
Residence1900She lived at Argos Town in Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1900.
Residence1910She lived at Argos Ward 2 in Marshall County, Indiana, United StatesB, in 1910.
Marriage26-Jul-1912Ernest Barrett Chamberlain and Gladys Taber were married on 26-Jul-1912 in Argos, Marshall County, Indiana, United States.B6,7,6,7
Residence (family)from 26-Aug-1914 - 3-Sep-1914Ernest Barrett Chamberlain and Gladys Taber lived at 412 Jefferson Street in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, United StatesB, from 26-Aug-1914 - 3-Sep-1914.11
Residence1920She lived at Lee WardB in Richmond, Richmond (Independent City), Virginia, United StatesB, in 1920.
Marriageabt 1928A. G. Gibbs and Gladys Taber were married abt 1928. Arthur sent Gladys a postcard in Sept 1928 from The Grange at Dornoch in Scotland. Not clear if this was before or after they were married.6
Residence1928She lived at Grosvenor Hotel in New York City, New York County, New York, United StatesB, in 1928.10
Death1977She died in 1977 at age ~86.12
DeathApr-1977She died in Apr-1977 at age 85 at U.S. Consulate in Mexico City, Mexico.B12,8
Death6-Jul-1977She died on 6-Jul-1977 at age 85 in Chagrin Falls, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States.B9
Last Edited22-Feb-2015

Citations

  1. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Ms. Listenberger is a descendant of Henry Clay Taber, son of Samuel Dennis Taber and Jane Pope, Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  2. [S100] McDonald, Daniel, A Twentieth Century History of Marshall County, Indiana (Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago, IL, 1908), Transcript of Biographical Sketch for Thomas O. Taber (Vol II, pp 589-591) provided by Rosemary Listenberger in her 1993 letter to Barbara Brown (see source #114), attached herein. Entire book transcribed and available online at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berta/mcbk1908/title.html;Rootsweb, Vol II, pp 589-591
  3. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990), These papers were the result of research conducted by the compiler during her lifetime and include data collected from family members, records she inherited, and vital records collected from throughout the country
  4. [S194] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2011.Original data - Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security D), http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ssdi&h=22037815&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt, Number: 056-10-5351; Issue State: New York; Issue Date: Before 1951.
  5. [S211] Ancestry.com, Ohio Obituary Index, 1830s-2009, Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.Original data - Hayes Presidential Center Obituary Indexers and Volunteers. “Ohio Obituary Index.” Database. Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center. http://index.rbhayes.org/hayes/in), http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=ohobit&h=154291&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt
  6. [S73] Listenberger, Rosemary, Letter from Rosemary Listenberger to Barbara Brown with Taber family research attached, Recipient: Brown, Barbara, Author Address: Plymouth, IN (23 Mar 1993), Handwritten family group sheets, unknown original source.
  7. [S72] Compiler: Price, Debbie, Genealogical Papers of the Price and Chamberlain Families, Present Owner: Leslie Price, Compiler Address: Casper, WY and Houston, TX (Houston, TX, 1976-1990)
  8. [S194] Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2011.Original data - Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security D), Number: 056-10-5351; Issue State: New York; Issue Date: Before 1951.
  9. [S211] Ancestry.com, Ohio Obituary Index, 1830s-2009, Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.Original data - Hayes Presidential Center Obituary Indexers and Volunteers. “Ohio Obituary Index.” Database. Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center. http://index.rbhayes.org/hayes/in)
  10. [S401] "New York, New York Passenger and Crew Lists, 1909, 1925-1957," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/24XM-GLL : accessed 22 February 2015), Gladys Chamberlain, 1928; citing Immigration, New York, New York, United States, NARA microfilm publication T715 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 1,756,058.
  11. [S188] Ancestry.com, New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.Original data - Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M237, 675 rolls); Records of the U.S. Customs Service, R), http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=nypl&h=4016893568&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt, Year: 1914; Arrival: , ; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_2366; Line: 28; List number: .
  12. [S104] Leslie Price's family documents and personal knowledge, all put together prior to 1998. Documentation will eventually be scanned and sourced more completely.