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LINVILL


Obituary

      Cornelius Linvill was born in Rush county, Indiana, July 10 1854. When he was 6 years his father moved with the family to the present neighborhood where he was raised to manhood, and was loved by all who knew him. At the age of 22 years he was united in marriage to Sarah Frances Leech, to whom seven children, were born, of which one has preceded him to that better land in infancy. He was converted to God 20 years ago through the sickness of the first son, who was very near death and he asked God to spare the child, and promised Him if he would that he would live a christian life. Since that time he has devoted his services to the cause of God. During his affliction of nearly eight years, he has loved his pain, which was most intense, with song and prayer. He was always cheerful during his sickness and was asking God for his divine aid, of which he has been wonderfully blest. In his last days when he foresaw that his work on earth was soon over, he called his family to his bedside to give them his last earthly advice, directing them how to do at the event of death. While he yet had his reasons, which fortunately remained with him until the end, he told them all how to dispose of the body at death, making every arrangement in detail himself. After which he told them that his life's work was ended and his prospects for heaven were sure and his peace with God had been made and that he was now ready for the master's call, and farther told them all to meet him in heaven. It seemed he could not go until he could see his father and brother who were hurrying to his bedside to get one last look at their loved one, the sister being unable to come, being sorely afflicted with disease. The mother preceded him thirteen years to that heavenly home leaving the same advice to her children. When father and brother arrived he was waiting to see them. He yet knew them and gave them a last word and told them also to meet him in heaven, and then said he was ready to go. Soon after going to sleep and continuing so til shortly before death. He leaves a wife, six children, five grandchildren, a father, sister and brother to mourn the loss. He died January 3rd, 1904, being 49 years, 6 months and 23 days old.



BROTHER

Columbia City Post, January 9, 1904

Donald E. Gradeless




Local History & Genealogical Abstracts
from Jonesboro & Gas City Indiana Newspapers 1889-1920
by Ralph D. Kirkpatrick.


J = Jonesboro, GS = Gas City, M/M = Mr. & Mrs., s = son, Sch = School

LINVILLE, Anna schoolmate of Uriah S. Candy at The Candy Sch prior to 1861; still living (J6/8/17)
LINVILLE, Elisha b Henry Co., 1831; s Jeremiah and Eunice; m Sarah Aburn (dec); lived in Jnsbr;
d 6 Dec 1915; bur Mentone (J12/10/15; J12/10/20).
LINVILLE, Elisha 'Lasher' b 27 July 1886; s M/M William Linville (J8/3/17)
LINVILLE, John Milton

b Grant Co. 23 Jan 1854; m 1st 7 Mar 1874 Malinda Parks (d 23 Apr 1912);
m 2nd 17 Jul 1915 Elizabeth MORGAN; farmer E of GC; d 23 June 1917, bur GC Cem (G6/29/17)
LINVILLE, Lee last Sat. was his 35th birthday (J1/7/16)
LINVILLE, MillicentNorth Grove Sch tchr 1915-16 (J8/27/15)
LINVILLE, Ralph s Mrs. Lee Linville; recently given party for 9th birthday (J8/17/17)

Mentone Gazette, Mentone, Kosciusko County, Indiana
9 December 1915, Page 4: Column 1


Local News

    — Elisha Linvil, who formerly lived in Mentone and with his son operated a saw-mill here, died Monday at his home at Jonesboro, Ind., where he had lived for a number of years. The remains were brought Wednesday for burial. His son and family and several auto loads of friends accompanied the body to this place.



Mentone Gazette, Mentone, Kosciusko County, Indiana
3 Jan. 1891, Page 1: Column 7


Mrs. Sarah Linville died Dec. 26,    
1890; aged 56 years, 1 month and
18 days. Funeral Services were    
Held at the M. P. Church in Men-
tone, conducted by the pastor,    
Rev. J. W. Albright.                      

       Sarah Aburn, was born in Miami county, Ohio, Nov. 8, 1834. Her mother died when she was an infant and she was then taken by her aunt and cared for until she was three years old, then she was taken by her father and given to Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter to care for until she was of age. From Miami Co., Ohio, she moved with this family to Fayette county, Indiana, where she remained with them until married to E. P., Linville, Dec. 31, 1852. She then moved with her husband to Rush county, Ind., and in 1863 to Noble county where they remained for 22 years and then came to Kosciusko County where they lived until the time of her death. She united with the M. E., church when but a child, and after her marriage she went with her husband in the Christian church in which she lived a consistent Christian life, always discharging her duty, working and trusting in her blessed Savior. Almost the last words she spoke were her Savior's name and telling her children to meet her in heaven, and speaking of the goodness of God and how Jesus had been her support through life. She bore her sufferings patiently, and a few hours before her death she sang "There's no other friend like Jesus," and "Are you ready for the mansion over there?" She leaves a husband, two sons, one daughter and 8 grand-children to mourn the loss of a dear wife and mother


Mother will not return but to her we shall go,
When our days are numbered and finished Below;
And there reunited to part nevermore,
One son she shall sing, one Savior adore.

[Written in memory of Sister Sarah Linville,
by Mrs. John Albright and Mrs. John Miller.]


The following Linvill Clipping were copied by Dale Linvill, Clemson SC and were from their family collection.

Obituaries.

    LINVILL—Cornelius Linvll was born in Rush County, Indiana. July 1, 1854. When he was 6 years old his father moved the family to the present neighborhood where he was raised to manhood and was loved by all who knew him. At the age of 22 years he united in marriage to Sarah Frances Leech, to whom seven children were born, of which one preceded him to the better land in infancy. He was converted to God 26 years ago through the sickness of the first son, who was very near death and he asked God to spare the child, and promised Him if he would he would live a christian life. Since that time he has devoted his services to the cause of God. He leaves a wife, six children, five grandchildren, a father, sister and brother to mourn the loss. He died January 3rd, 1904, being 49 years, 6 months and 23 days old.


LINVILL

     Cornelius Linvll died Saturday evening at his home in Smith Township near Round Lake after a prolonged illness from stomach and liver trouble and rheumatism, asthma being the immediate cause of his death. The deceased was 50 years of age July 10, 1903. He leaves a wife and six children, three of whom are married. The funeral occurred Tuesday at the home. Rev. Paige officiating interment at Christian Chapel Cemetery near Merriam.


Obituary.

      Cornelius Linvill was born in Rush county, Indiana, July 10 1854. When he was 6 years his father moved with the family to the present neighborhood where he was raised to manhood, and was loved by all who knew him. At the age of 22 years he was united in marriage to Sarah Frances Leech, to whom seven children, were born, of which one has preceded him to that better land in infancy. He was converted to God 20 years ago through the sickness of the first son, who was very near death and he asked God to spare the child, and promised Him if he would that he would live a christian life. Since that time he has devoted his services to the cause of God. During his affliction of nearly eight years, he has loved his pain, which was most intense, with song and prayer. He was always cheerful during his sickness and was asking God for his divine aid, of which he has been wonderfully blest. In his last days when he foresaw that his work on earth was soon over, he called his family to his bedside to give them his last earthly advice, directing them how to do at the event of death. While he yet had his reasons, which fortunately remained with him until the end, he told them all how to dispose of the body at death, making every arrangement in detail himself. After which he told them that his life's work was ended and his prospects for heaven were sure and his peace with God had been made and that he was now ready for the master's call, and farther told them all to meet him in heaven. It seemed he could not go until he could see his father and brother who were hurrying to his bedside to get one last look at their loved one, the sister being unable to come, being sorely afflicted with disease. The mother preceded him thirteen years to that heavenly home leaving the same advice to her children. When father and brother arrived he was waiting to see them. He yet knew them and gave them a last word and told them also to meet him in heaven, and then said he was ready to go. Soon after going to sleep and continuing so til shortly before death. He leaves a wife, six children, five grandchildren, a father, sister and brother to mourn the loss. He died January 3rd, 1904, being 49 years, 6 months and 23 days old.

BROTHER

(No Date)

     The infant girl of Ira Anderson and wife of Smith township, died Saturday morning from Cholera infantum aged 10 months and 10 days. The funeral occurred Sunday 2 p. m. at Eel River church south of Churubusco.


(c 1908)

Mrs. Josie Anderson Dead.

        Mrs. Josie Anderson, wife of Ira Anderson, a well known young farmer of Smith township, died Friday at 10:20 a.m., from consumption. She had been afflicted with the disease for a number of months and for six weeks had been confined to her bed during which time the progress of the fatal malady was swift and sure. She bore her suffering patiently until death.
        Eva Josephine Anderson was born in Smith township, June 3, 1878, and was aged 30 years, 6 months and 1 days. She grew to womanhood in Smith township and was united in marriage about thirteen years ago to her bereft husband. Four children were born to them, the youngest dying in infancy. Three sons survive her—Roscoe, Willard and Emery, the oldest aged 12 years and the youngest 7 years. Besides her husband and children she leaves her mother, Mrs. Cornelius Linvill, of Smith township; three brothers, George, of Fort Wayne, Cleveland and Arthur, on the farm in Smith township, and three sisters, Mrs. Edna Black and Mrs. Ora Beck, of Fort Wayne, and Mrs. Daisy Hull, of Andrews.
        The deceased was a member of the Church of God and her death is an irrepairable loss to her husband and children. The sympathy of all is extended to the bereft ones.
        The funeral will be held Sunday at 10 a.m., at the Blue River church, Rev. Johnson officiating; interment in the church cemetery.



(No Date)

THE DEATHS
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Anderson

      Mrs. Ira Anderson, wife of a well known Smith township farmer, and sister of Mrs. Edna Black and Mrs. Ora Beck, of this city, passed away at 10:40 o'clock on Friday morning at her home near Churubusco, after a long illness from tuberculosis. She had been critically ill for some time and sank rapidly at the end.
      Besides the bereaved husband here are three brothers and three sisters surviving. Besides the sisters mentioned, there are Cleveland and Arthur Linvill, of Smith township, and George Linvill, of this city, and Mrs. Daisy Hull, of Andrews.
      Funeral services will be held Sunday morning at 10 o'clock from the Blue River church.


(c. 1909)

PLEASANT SURPRISE

            Sunday, April 17th, about forty friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mrs. Sarah F. Linvill in Smith township, to remind her of her 60th birthday anniversary. The guests came with well filled baskets, after Mrs. Linvill rallied from her surprise she began to make her guests welcome. The day was spent in pleasant conversations. At a late hour the guests departed wishing Mrs. Linvill many more happy birthdays.
            Among those who were present were:
            Mr. and Mrs. Henry Richey, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Anderson, Mrs. Wm. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Crow and daughter, Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linvill and daughter. Mr and Mrs. Hiram Hedge and son, Mrs. Ellen Paulus, Mrs. Martin Crabil, Mr. Albert Crabil, Mr. W. A. Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Claxton and daughter, Miss Blanch Claxton, Mr. and Mrs. Bert McDaniel, Mr. and Mrs. John Fleck, Mr. Ramond Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Zeigler, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Egolf and son, Mr. Arnie Egolf, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Linvill and daughter, Master Willard Anderson, Master Emery Anderson, Mr. Roscoe Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hull and family of Andrews, Mrs. W. A. Black of Ft. Wayne' Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Linvill of Ft. Wayne.



(1912)

MRS.CORNELIUS LINVILLE.

          Mrs. Sarah Linville died at her home five miles west of Churubusco last Thursday with stomach and bowel trouble. She was a woman of many estimable qualities, a kind mother, devoted wife and obliging neighbor.
          She was born April 18, 1849; she was married a number of years ago to Charles Winebrenner who preceded he in death about 35 years ago. One child was born to this union, Mrs. Edna Black, of Fort Wayne, She was again united in marriage to Cornelius Linville.
          To this union were born five children, three boys and two girls—Mrs. Ora Beck, of Ft. Wayne; Mrs. Milton Hull, of Andrews; George Linville, of Ft. Wayne, Arthur Linville, of Smith township, and Cleveland Linville, who lived with her. She also leaves twelve grandchildren. Her funeral was held at the Salem M. E. church Sunday morning at 10 o'clock the service being conducted by Rev. Luckenbill, of Columbia City, and the burial in the cemetery near the church.


(1912)

Was Born and Raised in Whitley
County—Funeral will be Sun-
day From Salem M. E.
Church

(Friday's Daily.)

          Mrs. Cornelius Linville died at her home in Smith township Thursday evening after an illness of a few weeks duration. She was 60 years and twenty-eight days of age and her death was due to catarrh of the bowels. The deceased had spent the greater part of her life in Smith township and since the death of her husband eight years ago, has made her home with her son, Cleveland H. She was one of the highly respected and esteemed citizens of that vicinity and in her passing, a good woman has been taken from this earthly sphere.
          The decease was a daughter of Samuel and Diana Leach and was born in this county April 18, 1849. She grew to womanhood and married Charles Winebrenner about forty years ago. One children survives that union, namely Mrs. William Black, of Fort Wayne.
          In 1875 the deceased was married to Cornelius Linvill and to this union seven children were born, five still surviving. They are: Mrs. Ora Beck, of Fort Wayne; Mrs. Daisy Hull, of Andrews; George Linvill, of Fort Wayne, and Cleveland and Arthur, both of Smith township. One sister, Mrs. Charles Gaff, of Fort Wayne, also remains to mourn her death.
          Mrs. Linvill was a member of the Church of God and led an upright Christian life. She was the mother of a large family and lived to see them all married and settled comfortably before her death. She took great satisfaction in the success of her children and they were a comfort to her always.
          The funeral will be held Sunday morning at 10:00 O'clock from the Salem M. E. Church at Blue River and the interment will be in the Blue River Cemetery. Rev. L. A. Luckenbill, of this city will preach the funeral sermon.


(1912)


WHITLEY WOMAN DEAD

Daughters and Sister Reside in Fort Wayne

      Columbia City, Ind., May 18—The funeral of Mrs. Cornelius Linvill, who died at her home in Smith township, will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Salem M. E. church. She was 60 years of age and her death was due to catarrh of the bowels. The deceased had spent the greater part of her life in Smith township and since the death of her husband eight years ago, has made her home with her son, Cleveland H. Surviving are the following children:   Mrs. William Black and Mrs. Ora Beck, of Fort Wayne; Mrs. Daisy Hull, of Andrews, George Linvill, of Fort Wayne, and Cleveland and Arthur, both of Smith township One sister, Mrs. Charles Gass of Fort Wayne, also remains to mourn her death. Mrs. Linvill was a member of the Church of God and led an upright Christian life, highly esteemed by all who knew her.


(1912)

DEATH ROBS HOME
          OF YOUTHFUL WIFE

MRS. CLEVELAND LINVILL, OF
SMITH TOWNSHIP DIED
MONDAY

Had Been Sick About Three Months
—Leaves Daughter and
Husband.

      Mrs. Cleveland Linvill, of Smith township, died Monday morning at 6 o'clock, after an illness of about three months duration, at the age of 28 years, three months and twelve days. The deceased, while not in the best of health, attended the funeral of her mother, at Ashley, the day before Christmas, and soon afterwards the malady which took her life manifested itself. The attending physicians were unable to determine just the nature of her ailment, but it was thought that her affliction was tuberculosis of the bowels.
      Mrs. Linvill was born in Steuben county, Ind., Dec, 13, 1883, and her maiden name was May C. Hovarter. About eight years ago she came to this city and made her home for year and a half with her aunt, Mrs. I. W. Markley. She was united in marriage about five years ago to Cleveland Linvill, and to this union was born one daughter, Mildred, aged two and a half years.
      Besides her husband and daughter, she is survived by her father, who lives in Ashley, Ind., two brothers, Otto, of Ashley, and Glenn, who is a Pennsylvania telegrapher with headquarters at Chicago,and two sisters, Mrs. Fairy Troup, of Jackson Mich., and Audrey, a student in high school, at Ashley.
      The deceased was a devout member of the Blue River church of God,and was a kind and loving wife and mother. She was universally admired by all of her neighbors and friends and in her untimely death their is universal regret. The sympathy of the entire community goes out to Mr. Linvill, and relatives and friends mourn the death of this young women.
      The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at 10:00 o'clock from the Blue River Church of God, and the interment will be in Blue River.



(c. 1920)

LITTLE DAUGHTER OF
CLEVELAND LINVILL DIES
__________

      Milicent Irene, little daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill of Smith township, died Monday morning at 3:40 o'clock after a ten day illness of influenza which later developed inflammation of the bowels.
      Little Milicent was three years old the 29th of last October and one sister and three brothers, with the parents, survive, namely, Mildred, Lawrence, Marshall and Walter. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Blue River M. E. church with interment in the church cemetery. Rev. Lacy of Churubusco will officiate.


(1920)

THE LINVILLE REUNION.

      Thirty-eight relatives met that the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland H. Linvill, of Smith township, Sunday to hold their first reunion. A fine dinner was served at the noon hour to which all did ample justice. To top off the fine eats watermelons were served, furnished W. A. Black and wife, of Fort Wayne. They all agreed to meet again next year the first Sunday in August at the home of Frank Beck.
      The following named relatives were present: Arthur Linvill and family, Frank Beck and Family, C. H. Linvill and family, Frank Leech and family, Sam Ross and family, Albert Leech and wife, Tobias Aburn and wife, Miss Leona Leech, all of this county; W. A. Black and wife, Chas. Gaff and wife, Mrs. and Mrs. Dye and family and Roscoe Anderson all of Fort Wayne, Miss Dora Linvill, of Jonesboro, Ind., and Mrs. Eva Brubneer, of Waterloo, Iowa.

A GUEST.      
Miss Dora Linville, of Jonesboro, Ind. came Saturday to send several days with C.H. Linvill and family and other relatives in this county.

(1921)

THE LINVILL-LEECH REUNION.
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      The second annual Linvill-Leach reunion was held at the home of Frank Beck in Smith township Sunday, August 7th, with about eighty members and friends present. The day being ideal, the bountiful picnic dinner was spread on long tables out in the yard under the trees. After dinner a fine program was rendered with consisted of a welcome address by Mr. Arthur Hetsel, followed by a number of recitations, piano solos, duets and songs. The following officers were elected for the coming year: William Linvill of Jonesboro, president; W. A. Black of Ft. Wayne, treasurer, and Harmon Beck, Secretary.
      The next reunion will be held the first Sunday in August at the home of Frank Leech.

SECRETARY. 

(1922)

Linvill and Leech Reunion
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      The third annual reunion of the Linvill and Leech families was held Sunday at the country home of Frank Leech, in Thorncreek township. At 12:30 o'clock a delicious dinner was served to seventy- five people. An entertainment was given following the dinner which was greatly enjoyed; then came the ice cream, to which all did ample justice. It was then decided to hold the reunion next year at the home of Arthur Linville on the first Sunday in August, 1923. The officers chosen for the year are: Frank Leech, president; C. H. Linville, vice-president; Harmon Beck, secretary, and Albert Leech, treasurer. Program committee, Thelma Leech and Edna Beck.       Those present from a distance were: Elisha Linville and family, of Fairmount, Ind., Charles Linvill and family, of Jonesboro, Ind., Miss Lillie Linvill, of Shelbyville, Ind., Charles Webster and wife, of Marion, Ind., Samuel Ross and family, of Goshen, Ind., Walter Gradeless and family, of Andrews, Ind., Carl Kaufman and wife, Miss Sherwood, Roscoe and Willard Anderson and George Linville, of Fort Wayne.


(June 24, 1923)

FOUR BIRTHDAYS
                              ARE CELEBRATED

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      Sunday the birthdays of four persons were celebrated at the home of Arthur Linvill in Richland township. Those whose birthdays were celebrated are Mrs. George Linvill and Mrs. Harmon Beck of Fort Wayne, Mrs. Cleveland Linvill, of Smith township and Arthur Linvill of Richland township. The visitors came with well filled baskets and a great dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour. Ice cream was also served in the afternoon and the birthdays were very fittingly observed.
      The present were: Mrs. George Linvill and daughters, Elsie, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Beck, Roscoe Anderson and Miss Florence Sherwood, all of Fort Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ross and son, Orville, of Goshen, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beck and daughter, Edna Louise, Mrs. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill and children, Mildred, Lawrence, Marshall, Walter and Herbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linvill and children, Frances, Forest, George and Harry.       All Left wishing them all many more happy birthdays.

A GUEST.      

(1923)

Linvill and Leech

      The fourth annual reunion of Linvill and Leech families was held Sunday, August 5th, at the home of Arthur Linvill in Richland township. The main feature of the day being the big dinner as all present brought well filled baskets. Mr. and Mrs. Linville prepared a large table out by their orchard where the table was loaded with all kinds of good eats. the dinner was served cafeteria style and all did ample justice to it. The entertainment was given following the dinner, also ice cream was served to all. The next reunion will be held at the home of Wm. Linville, Jonesboro, Ind., the first Sunday in August 1924. Officer chosen for he coming years were" George Linvill, president, Albert Leech, treasurer, and Harmon Beck, secretary. Program Committee, Thelma Leech, Edna Beck, Mildred and Francis Linvill.
      Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Auburn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linvill and family, Mr. and Mrs Lamb, Mrs and Mrs. Frank Leech, Elmer Leech, Orville Ross, John Leech, Thelma Leech, Edna Beck, Mildred, Leah, Francis and Robert Linvill, Harmon Beck and wife, George Linville and wife, Pearl Jacquay and family, all of Fort Wayne, Mrs. Elisha Linvill and family of Fairmont, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Linvill and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Minnic, of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ross, of Goshen, Leonard Lewis and Family of Florence, Kas.


(1924)

LINVILL AND LEECH.
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      The fifth annual reunion of the Linvill and Leech families was held Sunday, August 3rd, at the home of William Linvill, of Jonesboro, Ind. The main feature of the day being the big dinner as all present brought well filled baskets. The dinner was served cafeteria style and all did ample justice to it. A fine program was given following the dinner, also ten gallons of ice cream was served to all.
      The same officers were re-elected for the coming year. There were four births and one death during the past year. Those who attended from Whitley county were: Cleveland Linvill and family, Arthur Linvill and family, Frank Leech and family, Frank Beck and family, Harmon Beck and wife and Walter Gradeless and family.
      The next reunion will be held at the home of Pearl Jacquay near Ft. Wayne, the first Sunday in August 1925.

THE SECRETARY. 

(1925 — 2 different clippings but identical wording.)

Leech-Linvill Reunion.

      The sixth annual reunion of the Leach-Linvill families was held at the Pyrl Jacquay home six miles north of Fort Wayne, Sunday, Aug. the 2nd. About seventy-two were in attendance and all enjoyed a good time. In the forenoon general sociability prevailed, old friendships being renewed and greetings being exchanged. At the noon hour a bountiful dinner was served on large table in a shady grove of trees near the house, to which all did ample justice.
      After all had eaten their fill and were apparently satisfied, they repaired to the house where a fine program was rendered. Officers elected for the ensuing year were as follows: E. P. Linvill, president; C. H. Linvill, vice-president; John Leach, secretary-treasurer.
      Those present were: Cleveland Linvill and family, Frank Leach and family, Harmon Beck and family, Elisha Linvill and family, Leonard Lewis and family, Harry Hart and family, Albert Leech and family, Albert Leech and family, Bert McDaniel and family, Samuel Ross and family, Charles Gaff and family, Earl Gaff and family, Roscoe Anderson and family, William Linvill and family, Frank Beck and family, Lawrence Minnick and family, Louis Jerdon and family, Pl Jacquay and family.
      The next reunion will be held with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ross at Goshen, Ind.


(1926)

Leech-Linvill Reunion.


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(1927)

Linvill and Leech Reunion

      The 8th Annual reunion of the Linvill and Leech families was held Sunday at the home of Mr. an Mrs. Frank E. Beck, of Smith Township.
      A basket dinner was served at the noon hour and a short business session followed, with the election of officers, namely: Mrs. Roscoe Anderson, Fort Wayne, president; Mr. Harmon Beck, Thorncreek township, vice-president; and Mrs. Frank E. Beck, Secretary and treasurer; Arrangement committee: Mrs. W. A. Black, Mrs. Frank E. Beck, and Mr. Roscoe Anderson. The afternoon was spent in visiting, and ice cream was served.
      Those present were: Mr and Mrs. Elisha P. Linvill and family, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Linvill, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linvill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lewis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Sapp and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Minnick of Jonesboro, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linvill and family of Rochester, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gaff and granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gaff, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Anderson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson and daughter of Fort Wayne, Mrs. and Mrs. Sam Ross and Son and Mr. Roy Osborne of Goshen, Ind., Mr. George Linvill of Peru, Mr. and Mrs. Burt McDaniel and Family of Garrett, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leech, Mr and Mrs. Frank Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Killian and son, Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Aburn, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Searfoss, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Beck, and Laurence Linvill, Forest Linvill, Orville Ross, Leah Linvill, Mildred Linvill, Edna Louise Beck, Frances Linvill, Robert Linvill, Edwin Linvill, Emery Anderson, John Leech and Emery McDaniel.

A SECRETARY.      

(1928)

The Linville and
Leech Reunion

     The ninth annual reunion of the Linvill and Leech families was held Sunday, Aug. 5, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill of Smith township. There were about 65 people in attendance. At the noon hour a bounteous dinner was served in the bank barn on account of the rain. After dinner a short program was given and a business meeting was held and the minutes of the last reunion were read by the secretary, Mrs. Frank Beck. The officers for the coming year were elected as follows: President, Samuel Ross of Goshen; vice president, Burt McDaniel of Garrett; secretary and treasurer, Cleveland Linvill; program committee; Edna Louise Beck, Francis and Mildred Linvill; arrangement committee, Geo Linvill of Warsaw.
     Those present were Mrs. Geo. Linvill, Minnie and Lillie Linvill, Ethel Neuman and Leroy Brown of Anderson, Ind.; Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Ross and son of Goshen, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Linvill of son of Warsaw, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Beck, Mr. and Mrs Burt McDaniel and family of Garrett, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pyrl Jacquaw and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Anderson and family all of Ft. Wayne, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Killian and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Crabill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Crabill, Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Beck and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leech, Francis, Forrest, George and Harry Linvill, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leech, Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Aburn and Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill and family all of Whitley county.


(May 18, 1928)

WEDDING AT U. B. PARSONAGE

     Geo. W. Linvill, son of the late Cornelius Linvill of Smith township, now owner of the Court restaurant on Buffalo street in Warsaw and Miss Minnie B. Schuder of Warsaw were married at 2:30 Friday afternoon by Rev. Roscoe F. Wilson at the U. B. parsonage in this city. The couple who are highly respected young people of Warsaw will reside on North Buffalo street in that city.


(1929)

The Linville and
Leech Reunion

     The tenth annual reunion of Linvill and Leech families was held at the home of George W. Linvill in Smith township on Sunday, August 4 with about 80 members and friends present.
     At the noon hour a large basket dinner was served cafeteria style to which all did ample justice.
     After dinner a short program was given and a business meeting was held and the members of the last reunion were read by the secretary, C. H. Linvill.
   The officers for the coming year were elected as follows: president, Cleveland Linvill; Vice President, W. A. Black, Secretary, Mrs. W. A. Black.
     Later in the afternoon ice cream was served after which they all returned to their homes hoping to meet again next year and enjoy another pleasant day together.


(No Date)

WM.   A.   Leech
      DIES AT HOME
      TUESDAY P.M.


A RESIDENT IN SMITH TOWNSHIP,
 WHITLEY COUNTY, FOR 75 YEARS
 —WIDOW AND A NEPHEW HIS
 CLOSEST RELATIVES

     William Albert Leech, 76, well known Whitley country farmer, known to his friends at Al, died at his home in Smith township at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening. His condition had been critical for the past two weeks. He was stricken with paralysis several months ago and last spring was stricken with apoplexy.
     Mr. Leech was a well known and highly esteemed citizen. At the age of one and a half years he came with his parents, James and Elizabeth Leech to the farm where his death occurred. He was born in Richland county, Ohio, March 31, 1858, and was the last survivor of seven children. In politics Mr. Leech was a Democrat. Throughout his life he engaged in farming.
     In November, 1882, the deceased was married to Leila Lavina Pence, who survives with a nephew, Frank Leech, who has resided at the Leech home during his uncle's illness.
     The body was taken to the Sonday funeral home in Churubusco, and will be returned to the Leech home Thursday morning. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, from the Blue River Methodist Church, Rev. E. J. Hults officiating. Burial will be made in the church cemetery.


(Nov. 13, 1937)

40TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

     About 40 relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ross, 713 South Ninth street in celebration of their 40th wedding anniversary yesterday A carry-in dinner was served at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ross received several beautiful presents. They will be glad to receive any of their friends this evening. Those present were: Mrs. Cora Lafevor, John Lafevor and son Paul, Spencerville, Ind.; Mrs. Stella Ditmars, St. Joe, Ind.; Mrs. Della Hippenhaumer, Kendallville, Ind.; Mrs. and Mrs. C. H. Linville and sons, Lawrence and Marshall, Miss Beatrice Kaufman, Mrs. and Mrs. Elmer Ross and daughter, Dona Jean,; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beck, all of Columbia City, Ind.; Mrs. and Mrs. LeRoy Marker, Churubusco, Ind.; Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Ross, Warsaw, Ind.; Mrs. Donald Hart, New Paris, Ind.; Mr and Mrs. R. L. Anderson and daughters, Lorianie and Irene, Ft. Wayne, Ind,; Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Onkes, Misses Laura and Edna Troup, Boyd Troup, Elkhart; Mrs. Lydia Copenhaver, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Copenhaver and daughter, Anneta and son, Richard. Mrs. Cora Juday, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ross, Miss Maxine Price, all of Goshen.


(undated)

Cleveland H. Linvill
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR
COMMISSIONER 3RD DISTRICT
WHITLEY COUNTY
________
I WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT AT THE ELECTION NOV. 5


(Feb. 13, 1940)

HOUSE BURNS TO
GROUND; CONTENTS LOST

      Fire completely destroyed the 7-room tenant house occupied by the Claris Gibson family on the Cleveland Linvill farm in Smith township at 12:30 o'clock Tuesday.
         When the fire was discovered the interior of the house was in flames and the household goods and clothing of the Gibsons were burned.
     Mr. Linvill carries insurance on the house. Adam Barcus, mail carrier out of Churubusco, in driving past the Gibson home, discovered the fire and notified Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knafel, neighbors of the Gibsons, but the fames were beyond control.
     The Gibsons and their two children were in Columbia city at the time. Mr. Gibson is employed as a plumber in Columbia city.
     No insurance was carried on the contents of the house.


(No Date)

PRETTY WEDDING
    OCCURS TODAY.
          GRACE   CHURCH


HOWARD WORMAN WEDS MISS
  FRANCES LINVILL — WEDDING
  BREAKFAST GIVEN COUPLE BY
  GROOM'S PARENTS — WILL RE-
  SIDE IN DETROIT

      A quiet wedding of local interest occurred Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock in Grace Lutheran church when Miss Frances Linvill, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linvill, of this city, became the bride of Mr. Howard Workman of Detroit, Mich., son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Workman of this city.
      The bridal party entered the church to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march, and proceeded to the alter where the single ring ceremony was performed by Rev. W. E. Bradley, pastor of the church in the presence of immediate relatives and friends. The bride wore a two piece ensemble suit of independence blue transparent velvet with hat and accessories to match, and carried an arm bouquet of bride's roses and swansonia. Miss Ada Keiger, the brides only attendant was attired in a dress of brown transparent velvet and carried a huge bouquet of white chrysanthemums. The groom was attended by Herbert Pence of this city. The party left the church while Mendelssohn's wedding march was played by Edwin Meltzler, who presided at the organ. "Deep in My Heart, Dear," melody from "The Student Prince" as played softly on the organ during the ceremony.
      The bride is a graduate of the Rochester high school while the groom graduated with the 1929 graduating class from Columbia City high school. They are two of the popular members of this city's younger set, and have many fiends who join in wishing then a future life of happiness.
      Immediately following the ceremony a breakfast was served at the home of the groom's parents, after which Mr. and Mrs. Workman left for Detroit, where they have a furnished apartment awaiting them in the Clifford hotel, corner Clifford and Duffield. Mr. Workman is a member of Joe Shoer's orchestra now playing in Detroit.


(c 1949)

G. W. LINVILL
RITES TO BE
HELD TUESDAY

FORMER WHITLEY COUNTY
MAN DIES IN HIS SLEEP

        George W. Linvill of Millersburg, former resident of Whitley county, died in his sleep Sunday morning at the home of his stepson, Richard Larabee in Goshen.
        He was a son of Cornelius and Sarah Linvill, and was born in Whitley county in 1878. His wife died in November 1947. Besides his stepson, Mr. Linvill is survived by a step-grandson, James at Goshen; two brothers, Arthur of Columbia City, and Cleveland, Smith township; and two sisters, Mrs. Wm. Black and Mrs. Frank Beck, Smith township, and a number of nieces and nephews living in Whitley County.
        Funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Rohrer Funeral Home at New Paris. Burial will be made at No. Webster


(1949)

DEATH CLAIMS
WELL KNOWN
LOCAL MAN


ARTHUR J. LINVILL OF WEST
    VAN BUREN STREET STRICK-
    EN WITH ILLNESS A WEEK
   AGO.

        Arthur J. Linvill, 61, a life-long resident of Whitley county and a former Columbia City restaurant operator, died at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for one week. He became seriously ill last Saturday at his home, 411 West Van Buren street, and was taken to the hospital where he was given treatment to prevent a cerebral hemorrhage.
        He was born in Smith township, on June 27, 1888, a son of Cornelius and Sarah Leech Linvill. After attending the old Greenhill school, he was united in marriage on June 3, 1909, to the former Lura M. Deck, They established their first home in Smith township, near Round Lake. In 1917 they moved to Richland township where they continued to reside until coming to Columbia City in February 1928. For the next ten years they operated the Linvill Restaurant on South Main street. Since retiring from the restaurant business, Mr. Linvill has been employed at the Woolen Mills and the Columbia Products.
        For many years Mr. Linvill has been a member of the Blue River Bethel Church of God. The surviving relatives include the wife, Lura; one daughter, Mrs. Howard Workman, this city; two sons, Forrest Linvill, Glendale, Calif., George Linvill, at home; three grandchildren, Jan and Judy Ann Workman and Terry Lee Linvill; one brother, Cleveland Linvill, Smith township, two sisters, Mrs. Frank Beck and W. A. Black, both of Smith township. A son, Harry, was lost in service on October 18, 1943, somewhere off the coast of Holland. One brother and two sisters have likewise preceded him in death.         The body is at the Charles Smith and Sons Funeral Home where friends may call. The Rev. Marion R. Shroyer will officiate at the funeral rites Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the funeral home. Interment will be in South Park cemetery.


(1950)

Cleveland Linvills
 Visit Havana, Cuba

        Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Linvill, Smith township, returned Sunday evening from a three week's vacation trip which included a visit to Cuba.
       The Linvills drove to Key West, Florida, where they had planned to board a plane for Cuba. Instead, they had to drive to Miami, where they parked their car, and went aboard a boat which took them, along with 700 other passengers to Havana, Cuba. The trip took from 6 o'clock in the evening until 8 o'clock the next morning. Mrs. Linvill suffered a light touch of seasickness.
       At Daytona Beach, Florida, the Linvills visited the Peabody auditorium, memorial to the late S. J. Peabody, Columbia City.

(Dec 9 to Jan. 1, 1950)

(c 1955)

Death Comes to Mrs.
William A. Black
Friday Afternoon

      Was in Failing Health
      For a Number of Years

       Mr. Edna V. Black, 82, died at 4:30 p.m. Friday at the Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient since August 24. She had been in failing health for the last six years and bedfast for many months. Since she entered the hospital in August her condition had remained critical
       She was a native of Smith township, and was born July 30, 1873, a daughter of Charles and Sarah Leach Winebrenner. While a young girl she made her home in Churubusco with her grandmother, Mrs. Diana Leach. After completing her education in the Churubusco school, she was employed in the post office and later the Churubusco Truth Printing Company where she worked as a type setter.
       January 1, 1897, she was united in marriage to William A. Black, and the following twenty-eight years were spent in Fort Wayne where they managed several hotels. In 1925, they purchased a farm in Smith township eight miles northeast of Columbia City. They continued to operate the farm until retiring approximately a year and a half ago at which time they moved to 108 West Jefferson street.
       Mrs. Black was a member of the First Methodist Church in Fort Wayne, the Shiloh Chapter Order of the Eastern Star and the Wayne Temple Pythian Sisters, both of Fort Wayne.
       The surviving relatives include her husband William Black; a son, Harry L. Benner, Fort Wayne; five half-brothers, Carl and Ira Winebrenner, both of Kalamazoo, Mich., Earl and Paul Winebrenner, both of South Bend and Guy Winebrenner, North Manchester, five half sisters, Mrs. Frank Beck, Smith township, Mrs. Nellie Shock, Mrs. Margery Omart and Miss Hazel Winebrenner, all of North Manchester and Miss Helen Winebrenner of Chicago.
       The body has been removed to the Smith and Sons Funeral Home where friends may call after noon Saturday. The Rev. Verlin Vernon and the Rev. Floyd Hedges will officiate at the funeral services to be held Sunday afternoon at 2:00 at the Funeral Home. Committal services and burial will be in the South park Cemetery.
       Columbia City Chapter Order of the Eastern Star 65 will conduct Twilight Services at 8:00 p.m., Saturday at the Funeral Home.



(c 1958)

William Black, 84,
Former Fort Wayne
Hotel Manager, Dies

      Retired Smith
      Township Farmer

       William A. Black, 84, retired Smith township farmer and former Fort Wayne hotel manager, died at 7:20 p.m. Tuesday at the Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient since July 22. He first became ill last April but had recovered sufficiently to return to his home for a period of approximately five weeks prior to suffering a relapse which caused further hospitalization.
       He was a native of Lancaster, Ohio, and was born April 5, 1873, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Black. At the age of 14 he came to Fort Wayne where he became an employee as a shoe-black in one of the hotels. He was elevated from position unto position until he became the manager of the Avaline Hotel. Following the destruction of the Avaline by fire, he became the first manager of the Anthony Hotel. He later served as the purchasing agent for the Keenan and Randall Hotels. In the year 1925 he retired and moved to his farm in Smith township, eight miles northwest of this city. Three years ago he sold the farm and moved to Columbia City where he has since made his home in the Pence apartments, 108 West Jefferson street.
       On January 1, 1897, he was united in marriage to the former Edna Winebrenner who preceded him in death on October 28, 1955.
      Mr. Black was a member of the Sol. D. Bayless Lodge 359 Free and Accepted Masons, at Fort Wayne; the Scottish Rite Consistory, Valley of Fort Wayne and his church affiliation was with the Methodist church.
       The surviving relatives included one step-son, Harry Benner, Cleveland, O.; one brother, Lloyd Black, Lancaster, O.; one sister, Mrs. Burt Older, Columbus, O.; several nieces and nephews. In addition to his wife he has been preceded in death by two brothers and three sisters.
       The body has been removed to the Smith and Sons Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Verlin Q. Vernon, pastor of the Trinity Methodist Church, will officiate at the memorial services to be held Friday at 10:30 a.m. at the Funeral Home. Burial will be in the South Park Cemetery.
       Sol D. Bayless Lodge will conduct the ritualistic service of the order at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Funeral Home.




1817 Franklin Co Tax List.

	John Quick 

1820  Census of Franklin Co Indiana

	Quick, John BROOKVILLE 174

1822 Tax List of Posey Township Franklin Co IN

	Cornelius Quick 

1830  Census of Franklin Co IN.

	Leech, William   294
	Purkey, Daniel   305
	Quick, Cyrus     305 
	Quick, James     305 
	Quick, John      305

1840  Census of Franklin Co Indiana
	Quick, Cyrus     277 
	Quick, James     286 
	Quick, John      286
	Quick, Martin    285

1850  Census of Franklin Co Indiana

	LINVILLE, E.P.       LAUREL TWP      231 
	LINVILLE, Elias      POSEY TWP       211 
	LINVILLE, Elisha P.  POSEY TWP       212 
	LINVILLE, Jeremiah   LAUREL TWP      224 
	LINVILLE, John       POSEY TWP       212 
	LINVILLE, Morgan     POSEY TWP       209 
	QUICK, Cyrus         BROOKVILLE TWP  281 
	QUICK, George W.     BROOKVILLE TWP  286 
	QUICK, James         BROOKVILLE TWP  283 
	QUICK, John          BROOKVILLE TWP  282 
	QUICK, John H.       HIGHLAND TWP    337 
	QUICK, Lewis D.      BROOKVILLE TWP  281 
	QUICK, Martin        BROOKVILLE TWP  279 

1850 Census of Fayette Co Indiana
===========================================================================
LN HN  FN  LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX OCCUP.    VAL.      BIRTHPLACE SCH.
===========================================================================
Page 186B:
22 261 265 CARPENTER Arnold     49   M  Carpenter 2,000     Ri
23 261 265 CARPENTER Elizabeth  39   F                      Del
24 261 265 CARPENTER George     19   M  Carpenter           Ohio       X
25 261 265 CARPENTER Joseph     16   M  Clerking            Ohio
26 261 265 CARPENTER Charles    13   M                      Ohio       X
27 261 265 CARPENTER William    10   M                      Ohio       X
28 261 265 ABURN     Sarah      15   F                      Ohio       X

===========================================================================
LN HN  FN  LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX OCCUP.    VAL.      BIRTHPLACE SCH.
===========================================================================
Orange Twp Page 261B
29 96  97  LINVILLE  W. D.      32   M  Farmer    1,000     Ky
30 96  97  LINVILLE  Mary       29   F                      Ind
31 96  97  LINVILLE  E. J.       9   F                      Ind        X
32 96  97  LINVILLE  M. C.       7   F                      Ind        X
33 96  97  LINVILLE  J. A.       5   M                      Ind
34 96  97  LINVILLE  L. L.       3   M                      Ind
35 96  97  LINVILLE  Sarah M.    1   F                      Ind
36 97  98  LINVILLE  James H.   24   M  Farmer              Ind
37 97  98  LINVILLE  Dinah J.   22   F                      Ind


1850 Census of Franklin Co Indiana LINVILLE GEORGE W. 345 POSEY TWP. LINVILLE JEREMIAH 464 LAUREL TWP. LINVILLE MARGARET 345 POSEY TWP. LINVILLE PARKER 464 LAUREL TWP. LINVILLE RICHARD 345 POSEY TWP. LINVILLE WILLIAM 362 SALT CREEK TWP. LINVILLE WILLIAM 344 POSEY TWP. QUICK BENJAMIN F. 181 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK CYRUS 171 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK HARVEY 176 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK JAMES 185 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK JOAN 102 SPRINGFIELD TWP. QUICK JOHN 171 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK JOHN H. JR. 189 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK JOHN H. 176 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK MARTHA 181 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK MILTON E. 169 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK STATEN 208 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK W. A. 185 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK W. G. 175 BROOKVILLE TWP.

1860 Census Laurel Township Franklin Co IN August 4, 1860:

949  875 Parker Linville   27 M	Day Laborer	Ind
         Sarah "           25 F			Ind
         Cornelius          6 M			Ind
         Ida M.             3 F			Ind.
         William         1/12 M			Ind.
         Jeremiah Linville 64 M	Day Laborer	Ky
         Unice             50 F			Ind
         Elizabeth         14 F			Ind
         Jeremiah          12 M			Ind.
         Morgan            10 M			Ind
950 876  Samuel Coulter    35 M Farmer 3000 600 Ireland
         Ellen             35 F			Scotland
         James             43 M			Ohio
         Joseph            19 M			Ind.
         Elizabeth         16 F			Ind.
         John              13 M			Ind.
---------------------------------------------------

Indiana Marriages Prior to 1850: Linnville, Polly Jr Worth, Benjamin F. Whitley 4-13-1848 Linnville, Sarah Giles, Francis M. Rush 9-27-1849 Linvelle, Alexander Simpson Martha Franklin 2-19-1849 Linwell, James M. Miskill, Sarah Fayette 2-5-1828 Linville, Betty Ann Zike George Shelby 8-29-39 Linville, Boyd Cary Hannah Delaware 2-10-1842 Linville, Catherine Young Benjamin Howard 2-23-1848 Linville, David Phares Catharine Shelby 12-6-38 Linville, Dudley Bear Elizabeth Switzerland 8-13-1819 Linville, Elijah Cotton Hester Ann Shelby 12-27-1846 Linville, Edward Amos Malinda Rush 1-5-1830 Linville, Elias Fortner Violet Franklin 12-25-1837 Linville, Elisha Kunningham Rosannah Rush 2-25-1841 Linville, Elisha P. Malone Margaret E. Franklin 11-24-1841 Linville, Emeline Zike Joseph Shelby 10-30-39 Linville, James H. Knick Diana I. Franklin 8-20-1846 Linville, Jeremiah Quick Eunice Franklin 4-1-1827 Linville, John Donnell Nancy Decatur 2-26-1825 Linville, John F. McDowell Jane Fayette 8-4-1848 Linville, Joseph Snelling Susan Decatur 12-29-1831 Linville, Lewis Zike Sarah Shelby 10-31-39 Linville, Malinda Walker Rankin Scott 9-23-1845 Linville, Mary Cotton Thomas C. Shelby 11-20-42 Linville, Mary Jane Wilcot?? Seathen Fayette 1-21-1846 Linville, Morgan Hamilton Debby Ann Franklin 3-24-1845 Linville, Nancy Smith Robert Scott 3-19-1845 Linville, Nancy Brown William Wesley Shelby 11-1-1849 Linville, Rhoda Walton Cornelius Switzerland 2-10-1841 Linville, Samuel Davis Sarah Floyd 3-8-1832 Linville, Sarah Searls George D. Fayette 1-30-1845 Linville, Sarah Brown Mathew C. Shelby 4-1-1847 Linville, Susannah Dolf Peter Dearborn 8-10-44 Linville, William Adams Mary A. Fayette 2-2-1841 ------------------------------------ Whitley County Indiana Marriages 1838-19101991-1938 Linvill, Arthur J Lura Marie DECK June 2, 1909 7:423 Linvill, Cleveland H Mae C HOVARTER February 25, 1906 7:180 Linvill, Cleveland H Anna S KESSIE November 30, 1912 8:143 Linvill, Cornelius Sarah F LEACH August 10, 1876 2:554 Linvill, Daisy M Irve G WEIDNER October 28, 1905 7:148 Linvill, David S Lorena L HEMMICK June 1, 1887 4:240 Linvill, David Swan Alta Cythia GREEN July 12, 1894 5:273 Linvill, Forrest Mary Jane THRASHER July 15, 1936 14:325 Linvill, Frances Howard WORKMAN October 16, 1929 11:1 Linvill, George W Minnie B SCHUDER May 18, 1928 10:345 Linvill, Josephine Ira ANDERSON September 10, 1896 5:444 Linvill, Josephine D J Allen WILLITS December 3, 1885 4:129 Linvill, Lawrence T Beatrice V KAUFMAN June 12, 1938 16:382 Linvill, Lewis M Ottie A LINVILL April 5, 1885 4:76 Linvill, Lewis M Ida m PINE November 8, 1892 5:147 Linvill, Martha John W HANCOCK February 22, 1930 11:66 Linvill, Mildred Chalmers HAZEN June 21, 1931 11:302 Linvill, Ottie A Lewis M LINVILL April 5, 1885 4:76 Linvill, Sarah E Allen P MITTEN August 31, 1876 2:557 Linvill, Walter Hayes Elva Aldora JOHNSON June 24, 1906 7:207 Linville, Daisy Charles W GRADELESS April 2, 1901 6:215 Linville, George W Sarah B ANDERSON January 26, 1905 7:94 Linville, Ora O Frank BECK July 18, 1900 6:141



Whitley County Guardianships 1844-1925
     LEECH, John W.        1910     0238
     LEECH, Samuel         1884     0468
     LINVILL, Sarah F.     1923     0615
     LINVILL, Walter H.    1925     0787



Noble County References
All Noble County references from the Noble County GenWeb Site.

Noble County Marriages

Huntsman Joseph K 2 Oct 1945 Linvill Beverly S, Huntsman Carl G, Miller Helen E, 20 Jun 1970
Linvill Beverly S 13 Apr 1948 Huntsman Joseph K, Linvill Walter L, Barnhart Lavon E, 49
Linville Arlen C 27 Feb 1933 Brown Sheila D, Linville Tony, Bolen Melody, 10 Mar 1978
Linville Harold R 27 Aug 1896 Coe Weltha M, Linville Jessie W, Bowen Ida M, 29 Nov 1922
Linville Jeremy M 8 Dec 1976 Smith Misty A, Linville Michael L, Gienger Jennifer K, 23 Sep 1997
Linville John ca 1840 Kistler Mary E, Linville John, Austin Louisa, 31 May 1882
Linville Michael L 23 Feb 1957 Gienger Jennifer K, Linville Robert N, Trowbridge Emma M, 22 May 1976
Linville Patricia A 25 Jun 1963 McAllister Jeffrey O, Linville Robert N, Trowbridge Emma M, 56
Linville Rebecca M 7 Feb 1954 Nichols Michael S, Linville Robert N, Trowbridge Emma M, 50
Linville Richard L 23 Feb 1958 Fisel Teresa A, Linville Richard L, Harter Jennie L, 6 Aug 1976
Linville Robert N 29 Mar 1928 Trowbridge Emma M, Linville Harold R, Coe Weltha M, 31 May 1952
Linville Robert N Jr 17 Dec 1960 Hissong Sue A, Linville Robert N, Trowbridge Emma M, 13 Sep 1982


Noble County Obituaries

Gaff Laurel D, 79, of R. 1, Kimmell, a retired farmer who was a barber in Churubusco and Kendallville, died in Kosciusko Community Hospital Oct. 9. A native of Green Twp, he was born Nov. 14, 1899 to Howard Spencer and Gertrude Herron Gaff. He spent his youth in Green Twp. He married Hilda Leitch Aug. 20, 1921, and they lived in Washington Twp. He was a member of Ormas Baptist Church. Survivors are his wife; two sons, Vearl V. of Wolf Lake and Allen of South Whitley; two daughters, Mrs. Herbert Linvill of Kimmell and Mrs. Cecil Paulus of Leesburg; 13 grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Laver Shanabarger of Churubusco. Services will be in Salem Community Church Oct. 12. Burial, Salem Church Cemetery. ~ 10-11-1979 + 10-?-1979

Linvill Lavon E, 67, R. 4, Columbia City, died May 12 at Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne. Born Nov. 18, 1919 in Allen County, she was the daughter of David and Mary Parish Barnhart. She married Walter Linvill on Feb. 17, 1927. They had lived in Whitley County. She was a member of the Churubusco United Methodist Church. Surviving are the husband; two sons, Glen, R. 4, Columbia City, and Roger, R. 2, Albion; two daughters, Mrs. Michael (Arleen) Shively, R. 3, Churubusco, and Mrs. Joe (Beverly) Huntsman, R. 2, Albion; 10 grandchildren; four brothers, Harold, Petoskey, Mich., Burlyn, Donald and Ronald of Fort Wayne; one sister, Mrs. Russell (Louise) Blaugh, Churubusco. Services were Friday at Churubusco United Methodist Church. Burial, Eel River Cemetery. + 5-12-1987

Linvill Lavon E, 67, R. 4, Columbia City, died at 8:09 a.m. Tuesday, May 12 at Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne where she had been a patient since May 5.  Born November 18, 1919 in Allen County, she was the daughter of David and Mary Parish Barnhart. She married Walter Linvill on February 17, 1927. They had lived in Whitley County. Mrs. Linvill was a member of the Churubusco United Methodist Church. Surviving in addition to her husband are two sons, Glen, R. 4, Columbia City, and Roger, R. 2, Albion; two daughters, Mrs. Michael (Arleen) Shively, R. 3, Churubusco, and Mrs. Joe (Beverly) Huntsman, R. 2, Albion; there are ten grandchildren. Also surviving are four brothers, Harold, Petoskey, Mich., Burlyn, Donald and Ronald Barnhart all of Fort Wayne; one sister, Mrs. Russell (Louise) Blaugh, Churubusco. Services were he at 10:30 a.m. Friday at t Churubusco United Methodist Church. Burial was in the Eel River Cemetery with Rev. Vaughn Powerll officiating. Preferred Memorials to the American Cancer Society or the Churubusco United Methodist Church.

Linville Harold R, 75, Kendallville, died this morning in McCray Hospital. He was born Aug. 27, 1896 in Decatur County to J. W. and Ida (Bowen) Linville and married Weltha Coe Nov. 29, 1922. He worked as a pharmacist at Otis Drug 1918-24, then moved to rural Kendallville and was a farmer until retiring in 1963 and moving back to the city. He was a member of Presbyterian Church in Albion, Farm Bureau, Sons of the American Revolution, Stone’s Trace Historical Society, Northeast Indiana Historical Society, American Legion and was a Republican precinct committeeman. Surviving are the widow; a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Combs, South Bend; a son, Robert N., Kendallville; three sisters, Mrs. Albert Shoop, Cincinnati, Ohio, Mrs. Marie Clark, Greensburg, and Mrs. Raymond Crawley, Coldwater, Ohio; 7 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Funeral will be at Hite Funeral Home Sunday. Burial, Lake View Cemetery. + 5-?-1972

In Memory of Harold R. Linville, Date of Birth Aug. 27, 1896. Date of Death May 19, 1972. Place and Time of Service Hite Funeral Home, May 21, 1972 at 3:00 p.m. Officiating Rev. Chester A. Quear. Place of Interment Lake View Cemetery. Arrangements by Hite Funeral Home.

Robert Linville     KENDALLVILLE - Robert Neil Linville, 67, of Kendallville, died at 8:15 p.m. Friday, June 30, 1995 in Sacred Heart Hoe, Avilla, He had been ill since January. A lifetime Kendallville resident, Mr. Linville was born March 29, 1928, to Harold and Weltha (Coe) Linville. On May 31 1952, in Kendallville, he married Emma Trowbridge, who survives. Mr. Linville, a 1946 graduate of Avilla High School, was a farmer, drove an East Noble School Corp. bus for 24 years and was a 50-year member of faith United Methodist Church in Kendallville. He was also a member of the Noble County Co-op, on whose boar of directors hd served for several years, and had been longtime Republican Precinct committeeman. Suviving with his wfe are two daughters, Mrs. Mike (Becky) Nichols and Mrs. Jeff (Tricia) McAllister, both of Kendallville, two sons, Bob N. Linville Jr. and Mike L. Linville, both of Kendallville, one sister, Phyllis Combs of South Bend; and seven grandchildren, Jon Nichols, Jeremy Linville, Sarah McAllister, Abby McAllister and Emalee McAllister, all of Kendallville. Mike Linville is a former resident of Albion and has written sports for the Albion News Era. Funeral services were held Tuesday at Faith United Methoidst Church in Kendallville, with the Rev. Merlyn Cox officiating. Bural was in Lake View Cemetery, Kendallville. Preferred Memorials are to Sacred Heart Home. Avilla or the United Methodst Church, Kendalville.

Linville Weltha, 85, formerly of 518 E. Diamond, Kendallville, died Thursday at Miller’s Merry Manor Nursing Home of Garrett. She was born April 9, 1898 in Wood County, Ohio, to H. L. and Ida (Wells) Coe. On Nov. 29, 1922 in Kendallville, she married Harold Linville, who died in 1972. She once provided care for ill persons in her home, was a member of the Albion Presbyterian Church, Allen Twp Homemakers’ Club, deLafayette Chapter of DAR, LaGrange, and Stone’s Trace Historical Society. Surviving are a daughter, Phyllis Combs of South Bend; a son, Robert of R. 3, Kendallville; a sister, Velma Grove of Fostoria, Ill.; 7 grandchildren; and 6 great-grandchildren. One brother preceded her in death. Services will be Monday at Hite Funeral Home of Kendallville. Burial, Lake View Cemetery. + 7-14-1983



Services of Welta Linville were held at 11 a.m. Monday in the Hite Funeral Home, Kendallville, with Rev. Alton J. Meyers and Rev. Kenneth Napier officiating. Burial was in Lake View Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jeff McAllister, Mike Nichls, Bob and Mike Linville, Grg Combs and Spencer Bower.

Perry George M, 64, of R. 1 Huntertown, died April 20 at Garrett. He was born June 9, 1916 in Noble County to C. Page and Euna Jane (Malcolm) Perry. He was a farmer and was employed by County Line Cheese in Allen County. Survivors are 2 sisters, Mrs. Marshall (Aimee) Linvill of R. 4, Columbia City, and Mrs. Cecil (Phyllis) Powell of New Castle. Services were Thursday at Sheets Funeral Home in Churubusco. Burial, Huntertown Cemetery. * 4-?-1981

Reynolds Walter S, 71, died Sunday in Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne. A native of Tiffin, Ohio, he had resided in Fort Wayne since 1940 and was retired from General Electric Co. His wife, Mildred died in 1979. Surviving are a daughter, Joyce, and a son, Ronald of Fort Wayne; a companion, Amee Linvill of Columbia City; 3 brothers, Hugh and Richard of Rome City, and Ralph Reed of Elkhart; and 3 grandchildren. Services will be Tuesday in Smith & Sons Funeral Home, Columbia City. Burial, Covington Memorial Gardens. + 12-3-1989




Noble County Tombstones
Linvill Cornelius                  Jul 18, 1854-Jan 3, 1904    CC 2-13
Linvill Sarah E (w/o Cornelius)    Apr 18, 1851-               CC 2-13

Linville Emma (Trowbridge)         Feb 5, 1934-                LV N4-2
Linville Harold R                  1896-1972                   LV N4-2
Linville Robert N                  Mar 29, 1928-Jun 30, 1995   LV N4-2
Linville Weltha M (Coe)            1898-1983                   LV N4-2



Whitley County Obituary Finder

Last Name:  	 	Aburn
First Name: 		Tobias
Date of Death: 		08/28/1932
Cemetery: 		Merriam
Obituary Source: 	CC Post 08/29/32 Mon pg 1

Last Name:  	 	Auburn
First Name: 		Don W.
Date of Death: 		12/17/2001
Birth Date: 		03/02/1918
Other: 			South Whitley Cemetery
Obituary Source: 	CCP&M 12/9/2001 Page 2

Last Name:  	 	Auburn
First Name: 		Dortha I.
Date of Death: 		12/30/1996
Birth Date: 		11/13/1907
Other: 			South Whitley Cemetery
Obituary Source: 	CCP&M 1/3/1997 Page 12

Last Name:  	 	Auburn
First Name: 		Margaret W., Mrs.
Maiden Name: 		Coulter
Date of Death: 		12/23/1930
Birth Date: 		09/27/1855
Obituary Source: 	CC Post 12/23/30 Tue pg 1

Last Name:  	 	Leech
First Name: 		Ira Elmer
Date of Death: 		02/04/1924
Obituary Source: 	Cc Post 02/06/24 Wed pg 1

Last Name:  	 	Leech
First Name: 		Leila (Mrs)
Maiden Name: 		Pence
Date of Death: 		11/06/1939
Birth Date: 		09/00/1858
Cemetery: 		Blue River Cemetery, Whitley County, IN
Obituary Source: 	CC Post: 11/07/1939 p. 1

Last Name:        Leech
First Name:       Leona
Date of Death:    06/27/1932
Birth Date:       12/23/1880
Cemetery:         Nolt Cem.
Obituary Source:  CC Post 06/28/32 Tue pg 1, 07/01/32 Fri pg 3

Last Name:        Leech
First Name:       Robert E.
Date of Death:    08/07/2001
Birth Date:       06/10/1910
Other:            DeMoney-Grimes Countryside park Funeral Home C.C.
Cemetery:         Washington Park East Cemetery, Indianapolis
Obituary Source:  Post & Mail Aug. 8, 9, & 13, 2001 
                  All Pg. 2

Last Name:        Leech
First Name:       William Albert
Date of Death:    10/23/1934
Birth Date:       03/31/1858
Cemetery:         Blue River Cem.
Obituary Source:  CC Post 10/24/34 Wed pg 1

Last Name:        Linvill
First Name:       Benjamin Perry
Date of Death:    07/07/1951
Birth Date:       12/12/1881
Spouse:           Pauline Linvill
Other:            Creamated, remains Linvill Addition 
                             of Masonic Cemetery
Obituary Source:  CC Post 07/09/1951, Mon. pg 1,3

Last Name:         Linvill
First Name:        David Swan
Date of Death:     12/13/1927
Birth Date:        05/21/1862
Other:             Will filed CC Post 12/31/27 Sat pg 3
Cemetery:          Greenhill
Obituary Source:   CC Post 12/14/27 Wed pg 3, 
                           12/17/27 Sat pg 3

Last Name:  	 	Linvill
First Name: 		Forrest L.
Date of Death: 		01/02/1996
Other: 			Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills
Obituary Source: 	P&M Feb 7 1996 Pg12
Source Information: 	

Last Name:  	 	Linvill
First Name: 		Harbert A.
Date of Death: 		04/02/1992
Birth Date: 		05/23/1921
Other: 			Memorial Service Stone's Hill Community Church
Obituary Source: 	P&M Apr 8 1992Pg2;P&M May 13 1992Pg2

Last Name:  	 	Linvill
First Name: 		Lavon E.
Maiden Name: 		Barnhart
Date of Death: 		05/12/1987
Birth Date: 		11/18/1919
Spouse: 		Walter
Other: 			Sheets Funeral Home, Churubusco
Cemetery: 		Eel River
Obituary Source: 	P&M May 13 1987Pg12

Last Name:  	 	Linvill
First Name: 		Milicant Irene
Date of Death: 		02/16/1920
Other: 			burial Blue River Cem.
Obituary Source: 	CC Post 02/25/1920 Wed pg 2

Last Name:  	 	Linvill
First Name: 		Pauline Brommer
Date of Death: 		11/16/1990
Birth Date: 		12/23/1907
Spouse: 		Benjamin P
Other: 	  		Smith & Sons Funeral Home
Cemetery: 		Greenhill
Obituary Source: 	P&M Nov 17,20 1990Pg2

Last Name:  	 	Linvill
First Name: 		Walter Hayes
Date of Death: 		03/01/1925
Birth Date: 		03/06/1877
Other: 	  		Will filed CC Post 03/07/25 Sat pg 2
Cemetery: 		Linvill
Obituary Source: 	Cc Post 03/04/25 Wed pgs 1,2,3

Last Name:  	 	Linvill
First Name: 		Walter L.
Date of Death: 		03/15/2001
Birth Date: 		12/15/1918
Other: 			Sheets Funeral Home, Churubusco
Cemetery: 		Eel River
Obituary Source: 	P&M Mar 16,17 2001Pg2

Last Name:  	 	Linville
First Name: 		Cleveland, Mrs
Date of Death: 		03/25/1912
Birth Date: 		12/13/1883
Spouse: 		Cleveland
Obituary Source: 	CCPost Mar 27 1912Pg1

Last Name:  	 	Linville
First Name: 		Cornelius, Mrs
Date of Death: 		05/16/1912
Birth Date: 		04/18/1849
Spouse: 		Cornelius
Obituary Source: 	CCPost May 18 1912Pg3

Last Name:  	 	Linville
First Name: 		George W.
Date of Death: 		02/21/1985
Birth Date: 		12/09/1914
Other: 			Smith & Sons
Cemetery: 		South Park
Obituary Source: 	P&M Feb 22 1985Pg5;P&M Feb 26 1985Pg5A

Last Name:  	 	Linville
First Name: 		Martha J.
Date of Death: 		05/11/1914
Obituary Source: 	CCPost May 13 1914



Obituary Abstract, 27 April 1948, Herald Press, Huntington, IN
Milton E. Hull died April 27, 1948 (83)
   Brother    Charles Hull
   Sons       Chester Hull, Raceland, Kentucky
              Roscoe Hull, Toledo, Ohio
              Frederick Hull, at home.
	Daughters  Bertha (Hull) Garrison, Huntington
              Alta (Hull) Byers, Huntington
              Lillian (Hull) Miller, Huntington
              Wanda (Hull) Sharp, Oakland, California
   Step Son   Walter Gradeless, Pierceton
              26 Grandchildren
              32 Great Grandchildren
   Burial     Riverside Cemetery, Andrews



Obituary Abstract, August 1964, Herald Press, Huntington, IN
Chester Hull  died August 1, 1964., survived by 3 sons and 1 daughter.
   Sisters    Lilly Miller, Huntington
              Mrs. Walter Byers, Toledo, Ohio
   Brother    Roscoe Hull, Phoenix, Arizona
              1 half brother, 1 half sister, 1 step brother



Obituary Abstract, February 16, 1981, Herald Press, Huntington, IN
Fred M. Hull 
   Died       February 16, 1981 at Huntington Memorial Hospital, 
   Born       July 3, 1912
   Married    July 7, 1956 in Angola to Thelma Biehl
   Stepsons   Lawrence Saunders, Illinois
              William Saunders, California
              James Biehl
              John Biehl
   Stepdaughters   Juanita Fair, Anaheim, California
              Karen Roehmhild, Whittier, California
              Glynna Harmon, Lagro
              Cheryl Bragg, Columbia City
              Mary Harlan, Andrews
   Sisters    Lillian Miller, Huntington
              Wanda Sharpe, California
              26 Step Grandchildren
              3 Step Great Grandchildren
   5 Brothers 1 stepson preceded him in death.  
              Gary Ladd "Laddie" Biehl died 1967 Viet Nam



Obituary Abstract, October 31, 1988, Herald Press, Huntington, IN
Lillian Miller, born July 22, 1902 died October 31, 1988
   Brothers   Roscoe Hull
              Chester Hull
   half brothers	Fred Hull
              Arthur Hull
   half sister	Wanda Sharpe



Obituary Abstract, January 8, 1984, Herald Press, Huntington, IN
Bertha Garrison died January 8, 1984 daughter of Flora Enyert & Milton Hull
   Sister          Wanda Sharpe, Red Bluff, California
   Brother  	   Chester Hull
                  Roscoe Hull
   Half Brother	Fred Hull
   Step Brother	Walter Gradeless



Notes from Nancy Jo Walters visit with Bicky Hull on 27 February 1995:
(Bicky) Thelma Hull, 7689 E 110 N, Lagro, IN 46941

Milton Edward Hull's 1st marriage was to a Wise, sister to
Ramond Wise of Somerset, IN.  Children from that marriage:
	Lillie (Miller)
	Alta
	Bertha
	Charlie
	Chet (Chester)
	Roscoe
Children of Milton's 2nd marriage to Daisy Linville
	Wanda
	Arthur		died at age of 15 of Appendicitis
	Freddie (not Fred) b July 3, 1912 d February 15, 1981
		 married July 17, 1956 to 
		Thelma Jean Schwartz born 1919.  

Freddie adopted the six children of Thelma (Bicky) 

Glenna (Biehl) Harmon 52, (Mrs. Lewis Harmon, Jr.), LaGro
	1 daughter, Tamara Harmon

James (Jim) Biehl 50, 3 children, Lagro.  2 marriages.  
Current wife Patsy Eltson (Gray)
3 children from 1st marriage
		Marsha Archibold
		James Biehl
		Tracy "Butch" Biehl

Gray Ladd Biehl "Laddie" died 1967 Viet Nam

Cheryl Garrison, Bragg, Eolfe, Staab, 44,  
3 children, Fort Meyers, Florida
	Married Rob Garrison, daughter, Amy Garrison, 25
	Married ----- Braff, 1 son Robert Bragg, 23, South Bend
	Married Kenneth Wolfe, Fort Myers, 1 dau Jenica Bragg, 10
	Married Tom Staab, Fort Myers.

John Biehl, 2 sons, Lagro.  Married Alice -----, divorced.  2 sons:
	Gary Biehl, 21.
	Paul Biehl, 17.

Mary (Biehl) Harlon (Mrs. Darold Harlon), Andrews
	2 sons Jason died Sep 1991 at age 15
	Darold Harlon Jr., 22

Wanda Sharpe of Redding California died in April 1981.
1 daughter, Carol from 1st marriage.
Second marriage to Harold Sharpe.
Wanda was older than Freddie.
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Thomas Linville b. England married to Elizabeth Wickersham 

Richard Linville 1683-1713 b 1683 England d c 1713 
Married to Mary ----- 

Thomas Linville 1670-1747
B: 09 Dec 1679 at Sussex, England died after 1747 
married 09 Feb 1714 toDinah (Diana) Richards at 
St. Paul's Episcopal Church; Chester, Pennsylvania
Dinah (Diana) Richards b Chester Co Pennsylvania
daughter of Joseph & Mary Richards

Joseph Linville 1720-1768 b. c 1729 at Sussex England
died 1768 married 1740    to ----- Mulligan at Sussex 

Elisha Linville 1762-1815 b 1762/65 d 13 Feb 1815 Bath Co KY
   married 21 Aug 1787 to Sarah Moore at Tuscarora
   Presbyterian Church, Dry Book, Berkleley Co. VA
   Sarah Moore daughter of  John Moore 
      (1: 1976 Linville Family p25)

Jeremiah Linville b. 1797 Kentucky died Franklin Co Indiana
   married 01 Apr 1827 Eunice Quick, Franklin Co IN
   10 Children
   Eunice  (Appears to be a daughter of Cornelius Quick)

   Children
   	Martha 1829
   	Sarah 1830
   	Elisha Parker Linville 1831-1915
   	Hannah 1836-
   	Rachel 1838-
   	Mary Ann 1840-
   	Salina  1843-
   	Elizabeth  1845-
   	Jeremiah 1847-
   	Morgan 1850-

Elisha Parker 'Parker' Linville 1831-1915 
born Sep 1831 at Franklin Co IN
Married Franklin Co IN Sarah 31 Dec 1852 to 
Sarah Aburn  1834-1890. 3 Children:
   Cornelius Linville 1853-1904
   Ida M. Linville 1857-
   William Linville 1860-
      (1: Another record says married to Suzanne)
      (2: Suzanne b 1817 Ohio per Census)
      (3: Linvill book shows name as Sarah Adams)
       Parker Linville's wife died in 1890

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Descendants of Cornelius Linvill
of Whitley Co Indiana
More detailed information and more information
on living descendants is available for family members.

Cornelius Linville 1853-1904 born 10 Jul 1854 at Rush Co IN
	died 03 Jan 1904 at Smith Twp Whitley Co IN Son of 
	Elisha Parker 'Parker' Linville 1831-1915 and Sarah 
	Aburn/Adams 1835-1891 married 10 Aug 1876 to Sarah Francis
	Leech 1849-1912 at Whitley Co IN

Sarah Francis Leech 1849-1912 born 18 Apr 1849 at Smith Twp
	Whitley Co IN died 16 May 1912 at Smith Twp Whitley
	Co Indiana. Daughter of Samuel Leach 1825- and Diana
	Martin 1827-1902. Granddaughter of Judge Benjamin F. 
	Martin.  (1: buried in Salem Cemetery Noble Co IN, 
	2. Whitley County Death Book 2A page 60 81-12)

	6 children: 
		Eva Josephine 'Josephine' Linvill 1878-1908
		George W. Linvill 1878- 
		Ocie Ora Linville 
		Daisy Mae Linvill 1883-1915
		Cleveland Hendricks Linvill 1885-1951 
		Arthur J. Linvill 1888-1949 

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Eva Josephine 'Josephine' Linvill Anderson 1878-1908 born 03 Jun 1878
   at Smith Twp Whitley Co IN. Died on 20 Nov 1908.  Female married to
   Ira Anderson  4 children:
	1.  (daughter.  Anderson
	2.  Roscoe Anderson
	3.  Willard Anderson
	4.  Emery Anderson
	    (1: Died of Tuberculosis buried in Blue River Cemetery)
	    (2: Obit Columbia City Post 21 Nov 1908)
	    (3: Obit Columbia City Commercial Mail 27 Nov 1908)
	    (4  Eva J. buried in Blue River Cemetery.)


George W. Linvill 1878- born 17 Sep 1878 at Smith Twp Whitley Co IN
   Married to Sarah Anderson ( Divorced.  remarried to Minnie Mabie.
   No children.  Buried at North Webster Cemetery.


Ocie Ora Linville Beck  born 13 Sep 1880 at Smith Twp Whitley Co IN.
   Died on 18 May 1963  at Columbia City Whitley Co IN married to
   Frank Elbert Beck 1878-1966 on 17 Jul 1900 at Collins Whitley Co IN.
   3 Children:
	1.  Harmon Cornelius Beck 1901-
	2.  Edna Louise Beck Marker 1909-
	3.  Phyllis Joann Bennett Beck (adopted)


Daisy Mae Linvill Gradeless Hull 1883-1915 born 07 May 1883 at 
   Smith Twp Whitley Co IN. Died on 16 Feb 1915 at Andrews 
   Huntington Co IN.  First married to Charles Webster Gradeless 
   1880-1959 on 02 Apr 1901 at Whitley County Indiana divorced.
   Remarried to Milton Edward Hull 1865-on June 1905 at Whitley
   County Indiana.  5 Children
	1.  Walter Irvin Gradeless 1901-1976
	2.  'Freddie' Hull
	3.  Arthur Hull
	4.  daughter
	5.  Wanda Hull
	    (1: Div. WC 28-Nov-1902)
	    (2: 1905 WC Marr Application 1-27)


Cleveland Hendricks Linvill 1885-1951 born 20 Feb 1885 at Smith 
   Twp Whitley Co IN.  Died on 28 Aug 1951  First marriage to May C.
   Hovarter Linvill 1883-1912 at Whitley Co Indiana Widowed.  
   Remarried to Anna Sophia Kessie Linvill 1888-1959 on 1912/13.
   6 children:
	1.  Mildred Linvill Hazen 1909-1988
	2.  Lawrence Frederick Linvill 1913-1972
	3.  Marshall Hendricks Linvill 1915-1982
	4.  Herbert Allen Linvill 1921-
	5.  Millicent Irene Linvill 1916-1920
	6.  Walter L. Linvill 1918-
	    (1: Died of heart disease)
	    (2: from Edna Marker)

Arthur J. Linvill 1888-1949  born 27 Jun 1888 at Smith Twp Whitley
   County Indiana. Died 20 Aug 1949  Married Laura M. Deck 1891-1962
   on 03 Jun 1909.  4 Children:
	1.  Frances Linvill Workman 1910-
	2.  Forrest Linvill
	3.  George Linvill 1914-
	4.  Harry Linvill



1820 Indiana Census
http://genweb.net/~inripley/1820/census.html
LINVILLE, ISAIAH     078   Dearborn

QUICK, James          17   Delaware

LINVILLE, JAMES      183   Franklin
LINVILLE, JOHN       223   Franklin
QUICK, John          174   Franklin

QUICK, David         150   Perry



1830 Indiana Census
Purkey, Daniel		305	Franklin
Quick, Cyrus		305	Franklin
Quick, James		305	Franklin
Quick, John		305	Franklin
Rariden, Jonathan    	307	Franklin
Rariden, Moses       	306	Franklin

Quick, Cornelius		Henry Co



Marriages Franklin County Indiana

Elijah Quick          Mary Tolans        Mar -- 1821 Son-John b Feb 25 1802
Charles Collett       Sarah Quick        Oct  5 1823 )Sister-John Quick Maybe)
James Quick           Elizabeth McClure  Oct 30 1823 Son-John b Dec  3 1803
John Carter           Hannah Quick       May 30 1824 License Issued
Jared G. Johnson      Anna Quick         Oct 22 1826
Jeremiah Linville     Eunice Quick       Apr  1 1827
Cyrus Quick           Hannah Clayton     Feb 28 1828 Son-John b Jan 1 1806 KY 
Martin Quick          Matilda Fuller     Apr  2 1833 Son-John b Feb 20 1808
Ephram K. Rockafeller Sarah Quick        Sep 25 1833 Dau-John b Nov 16 1811
James R. Jones        Elizabeth Quick    Feb 23 1836 Dau-John b Jan 19 1814
John H. Quick         Sarah Jane Cleaver June 6 1841 Son-John b Oct 22 1818
Lewis D. Quick        Drusilla Clayton   Oct 17 1841 Son-John b May 22 1812
William G. Quick      Margaret Stringer  Sep 14 1842 Son-John b Dec 15 1815
David H. Gavin        Lydia Ann Quick    May  8 1844
George M. Quick       Amanda Elburn      Dec 26 1846 Son-John b Dec 29 1809

On Ancestry.com found the following submission
Joyce Smith - Ancestors of Anna Viola Hart
1 Jared G. JOHNSON b: 1809
  + Anna QUICK b: ABT. 1805 d: BET. 1846 - 1850
    2 Elizabeth JOHNSON b: 13 APR 1834 d: 13 JAN 1920
      + Edward HART b: 18 OCT 1837 d: 20 DEC 1919
        3 Francis Marion HART b: 14 SEP 1870 d: 18 FEB 1955
          + Laura Elvira MISNER b: 25 JUL 1886 d: 11 JAN 1964
            4 Anna Viola HART b: 15 APR 1911 d: 4 AUG 1953


Jared Johnson's of Interest: 1840 Census Crawford County Illinois Jared Johnson male under 5 1 male 5-10 1 male 10-15 1 male 20-40 1 female under 5 1 female 5-10 1 female 15-20 1 female 30-40 1 1852 Illinois Land Purchases JOHNSON JARED G SESW 000 0000 23 Aug 1852 296 201 40.00 JOHNSON JARED G SWNE 125 5000 23 Apr 1852 291 201 40.00 JOHNSON JARED G NWSE 125 5000 23 Apr 1852 291 201 40.00 JOHNSON JARED G SENE 125 5225 23 Jul 1850 291 112 41.80 1870 Census, 19 July 1870 P. O. Darien, Orange Twp, Clark Co, Ill page 51a 160 152 Johnson Cornelius 30 M W Farmer 500 175 Ill Johnson Polly 32 F W Keeping House Ill Johnson Rosetta 9 F W Ill Johnson Nancy 8 F W Illiniois Johnson Martha 5 F W Ill Johnson William 3 M W Ill Johnson Cynthia 1 F W Ill 162 154 Johnson Jared 28 M W Farmer Ill Johnson Jane 15 F W Keeping House Ill Johnson Mary 8 F W Ill Johnson Dorinda 1 F W Ill 1870 Census, 21 June 1870 Lowell Twp, Cherokee Co, Kansas page 51a 24 23 Johnson Robert W. 44 M W Farmer 200 Ill Johnson Susan 40 F W keeping house N. Carolins Johnson Moses 18 M W Farming Ill Johnson Jared G. 15 M W Farming Ill Johnson Mary E. 12 F W Ill Johnson Adelia A. 7 F W Ill Johnson Thomas F. 4 M W Ill 1900 Census, 20 June 1900, Licking Township, Crawford County, Ill 228 229 Johnson Jared W. Head W M May 1867 33 M 5 Ill Ill Ill Farmer Johnson Ida wife W F Apr 1881 19 M 5 2 2 Ill Ill Ill Johnson Lester H son W M Jan 1897 3 Ill Ill Ill Johnson Bertha E dau W F Dec 1899 5/12 Ill Ill Ill 1920 Census, 27 Jan 1920, Orange Township, Clark County Ill 166 166 Francis M Johnson head M W 48 M Ill Ill Ill Evaline Johnson wife F W 44 M Ill Ill In. Elvera Johnson daughter F W 24 S Ill Ill Ill Della Johnson daughter F W 23 S Ill Ill Ill Arthur Johnson son M W 20 S Ill Ill Ill Roy Johnson son M W 18 S Ill Ill Ill Mary Johnson daughter F W 16 Ill Ill Ill Jared G Johnson father M W 75 Wd Ill Ind Ind
1850 Census 6 Sept 1850, Brookville Township, Franklin County, Indiana Page 15 15 David H. Gavin 32 M School Teacher 250 Ohio Lydia Gavin 26 F Indiana Elizabeth Gavin 6 F Indiana Sarah Gavin 4 F Indiana Name: Hester Gavin Spouse Name: William A Quick Marriage Date: 2 Sep 1852 Marriage County: Franklin Franklin County, Indiana Index to Marriage Record 1850-1920 W. P. A. Original Record Located County Clerk's Office Book: 6 Page: 437 1860 Census 14 June 1860, Brookville Township, Franklin County, Indiana Page 22 160 155 David H. Gavin 42 M Farmer 300 600 Ohio L. A. Gavin 35 F Indiana Elizabeth Gavin 16 F Indiana Sarah A Gavin 14 F Indiana 1870 Census 2 July 1800, P. O. Brookville, Brookville Twp, Franklin Co, Indiana Page 60 160 155 Gavin David H. 52 M W Farmer 4000 570 Ohio Gavin Lydia A. 45 F W Keeps House Indiana Procter Indiana A 15 F W house keeper Indiana attended school 1880 Census David H. Gavin W M 62 Ohio VA Md Lydia A. Gavin W F 55 wife Indiana Ohio Ohio Hester Gavin W F 84 mother Maryland Md MD Gavin Cemetery James Gavin June 17, 1871 85yrs 8months 8days James Q. Gavin April 13, 1849 s/o David & Lydia Gavin, 21yrs 1month 21days
1850 Indiana Census Franklin Co IN Linville, E. P, La Fran 462 Linville, Elias Po Fran 421 Linville, Elisha Pa Fran 424 Linville, Jeremiah La Fran 447 Linville, John Po Fran 424 Linville, Morgan Po Fran 417 Quick, Cyrus Br Fran 562 Quick, George W Br Fran 572 Quick, James Br Fran 566 Quick, John Br Fran 563 Quick, John H. Hi Fran 674 Quick, Lewis D. Br Fran 562 Quick, Martin Br Fran 558
Information on the Quick Ancestors from this reference work: 929.2 Q4Q A genealogy of the Quick family in America (1625-1942) 317 years, by Arthur Craig Quick. Quick, Arthur Craig, 1864- ------------------------------------------- Personal Author: Quick, Arthur Craig, 1864- Title: A genealogy of the Quick family in America (1625-1942) 317 years, by Arthur Craig Quick. Publication info: South Haven and Palisades Park, Mich., Priv. pub. by A. C. Quick [1942] Physical descrip: xxv, 483 p. illus. (incl. ports., maps) 21 cm. Personal subject: Quick family (Theunis Thomaszen Quick, fl. 1640) OCLC Number: ocm03528537


Whitley County Will Book 4 Page 528.

Sarah F. Linvill of Whitley County, Indiana.

To my children. Eva J. Anderson, George W. Linvill, Ocie O. Beck, Daisy M. Hull, Cleveland H. Linville, Arthur J. Linvill, Edna V. Black.
Ex. nom. Wm. H. Carter.
Signed 16 October 1907. Sarah F. Linville.(SEAL).
Wits Lucy Wilcox, Benton E. Gates.
Sworn to and subscribed on 20 May 1912 before Jos. R. Harrison, Clerk.
Codicil made 26 Feb 1908, named Cleveland Linvill as executor.
Wits. Benton E. Gates and Lucy Wilcox.
Died 10 May 1912.
1880 Census Records
Linville in Indiana

Fugit, Decatur County film 0273 Page 360B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Jesse LINVILLESelfMMW43IN
Sarah LINVILLEWifeFMW41IN
Momed T. LINVILLESonMSW17IN
Edward LINVILLESonMSW15IN
Jennie LINVILLEDaughterFSW14IN
Nettie LINVILLEDaughterFSW13IN
Carrey LINVILLEDaughterFSW11IN
Wilbur LINVILLESonMSW9IN
Clancey LINVILLESonMSW7IN
Albert LINVILLESonMSW5IN
Elizabeth LINVILLEDaughterFSW2IN


Muncie, Delaware County film 0274 Page 371C
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
John BRADYSelfMMW76OH
Mary BRADYWifeFMW73MD
Edward W. BRADYSonMSW33IN
Clara LINVILLEOtherFSW17IN


Muncie, Delaware County film 0274 Page 373D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Artenius KLECKNERSelfMMW54PA
Elizabeth KLECKNERWifeFMW42IN
Effie KLECKNERDaughterFSW8IN
Etta KLECKNERDaughterFSW8IN
Ida M. KLECKNERDaughterFSW6IN
John LINVILLBrother-in-LawMSW48IN


Muncie, Delaware County film 0274 Page 378A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
A. E. LYMANSelfMMW---MA
Ida C. LYMANWifeFMW29OH
Kate S. LINVILLEOtherFSW18OH


Perry, Delaware County film 0274 Page 485C
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
John LINVILLESelfMMW44IN
Julia A. LINVILLEWifeFMW44OH
Leroy LINVILLESonMSW25IN
George LINVILLESonMSW23IN
Boyd LINVILLESonMSW20IN
Luella LINVILLEDaughterFSW14IN


Perry, Delaware County film 0274 Page 487D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Boyd LINVILLESelfMMW69NC
Mary LINVILLEWifeFMW48OH
Kate LINVILLEDaughterFSW19IN
Clara LINVILLEDaughterFSW17IN
Bertha LINVILLEDaughterFSW16IN
Frank LINVILLESonMSW14IN
Luly LINVILLEDaughterFSW11IN
Della LINVILLEDaughterFSW8IN


Cain, Fountain County film 0277 Page 74B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Lewis W. WOODSelfMMW43IN
Mary A. WOODWifeFMW40OH
Ely J. WOODSonMSW20IN
Mary M. WOODDaughterFSW19IN
John C. WOODSonMSW17IN
Alice R. WOODDaughterFSW14IN
Sarah E. WOODDaughterFSW5IN
John LINVILLEOtherMSW30KY
William MIERSOtherMSW48WURT


Wabash, Fountain County film 0277 Page 167C
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
George BERRYSelfMMW33NY
Martha BERRYWifeFMW33KY
James L. BERRYSonMSW5IN
Stella BERRYDaughterFSW3IN
Francis PAYNEOtherMSW40CT
Margaret LINVILLESister-in-LawFSW22KY


Laurel Town, Franklin County film 0278 Page 347B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Bridget MANSELLSelfFWW67IRE
Kate MANSELLDaughterFSW18IN
William MANSELLSonMSW16IN
James COLEMANOtherMW31IN
Nancy ANTHONYOtherFWW29IN
George PATTISONOtherMWW44IN
Unice LINVILLEOtherFWW78IN


Posey, Franklin County film 0278 Page 371D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
John LINVILLSelfMMW33IN
Elizabeth LINVILLWifeFMW32IN
Bertha LINVILLDaughterFSW9MIN


Patoka, Gibson County film 0279 Page 327B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Eliza HUDDELSONSelfFWW62IN
Laura LINDVILLEOtherFSW19IN


Liberty, Hendricks County film 0283 Page 607A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Martin LINVILLESelfMMW37KY
Susanah LINVILLEWifeFMW39KY
John D. LINVILLESonMSW16KY
George R. LINVILLESonMSW13KY
William LINVILLESonMSW11KY
James T. LINVILLESonMSW10KY
Elijiah LINVILLESonMSW7KY
Malissa J. LINVILLEDaughterFSW5IN
Alfred F. LINVILLESonMSW3IN
Wesley LINVILLESonMSW5MIN


Stoney Creek, Henry County film 0284 Page 3A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Sam LINVILLSelfMMW31IN
Malissa LINVILLWifeFMW28IN
Fredric LINVILLSonMSW3IN
Harley LINVILLSonMSW1IN
Harland FINCHSonMSW11IN
Della M. FINCHDaughterFSW8IN


Fall Creek, Henry County film 0284 Page 56B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Morgan LINVILLESelfMMW29IN
Mary C. LINVILLEWifeFMW19IN
Jermiah LINVILLESonMSW9MIN


Liberty, Howard County film 0285 Page 364C
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
William LINVILLESelfMMW43IN
Hannah M. LINVILLEWifeFMW38IN
Australia J. STONEStep DaughterFSW19IN
Henry F. STONEStep SonMSW18IN
Johnithan M. STONEStep SonMSW16IN
Jasper LINVILLESonMSW11IN
Rachel N. LINVILLEDaughterFSW9IN
Mary J. LINVILLEDaughterFSW7IN
John W. LINVILLESonMSW4IN
Lizzie E. LINVILLEDaughterFSW2IN


3rd Ward, Kokomo, Howard County film 0285 Page 416A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
William M. LINVILLSelfMMW25IN
Laura B. LINVILLWifeFMW22IN


2nd Ward, Indianapolis, Marion County film 0294 Page 66A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Henry H. LINVILLESelfMMW38MO
Eleanor LINVILLEWifeFMW38OH
Hortense LINVILLEDaughterFSW3MIN


Coal Creek, Montgomery County T9-0300 Page 211D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
William LINVILLESelfMMW70KY
Margaret LINVILLEWifeFMW61KY
Leonard LINVILLESonMSW27IN
James LINVILLESonMSW27IN
Laura LINVILLEDaughterFSW20IN
Jodie LINVILLEDaughterFSW15IN


Perry, Noble County T9-0301 Page 403A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
R. Albert PATTERSONSelfMMW56OH
J. Eliza PATTERSONWifeFMW50PA
M. Ida PATTERSONDaughterFSW20OH
Freddie PATTERSONSonMSW11OH
A. John LINVILLESon-in-LawMMW39IL
Frankie LINVILLEDaughterFMW24OH
Daniel REUCHOtherMMW28IN
Mortimer BELTOtherMSW27IN
John WRIGHTOtherMMW57NY
Sophia WRIGHTOtherFMW24OH
Fredrick WRIGHTOtherMSW1IN


Harmony, Posey County T9-0305 Page 187C
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Dennis GIVENSelfMMW36IRE
Martha GIVENWifeFMW20IL
Mary GIVENDaughterFSW1IN
Anthony HOLLANDOtherMSW19IN
David GILLETOtherMSW24IN
Charles LYNVILLEOtherMSW20IL
John YOUNGOtherMSW25IN
George LYNVILLEOtherMSW17IL


Greencastle, Putnam County T9-0306 Page 456C
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
W. LINVILLESelfMMW36IN
Ruth C. LINVILLEWifeFMW27IN
Florence LINVILLEDaughterFSW13IN
Emma LINVILLEDaughterFSW9IN
James LINVILLESonMSW7IN
William LINVILLESonMSW5IN
Girtrude LINVILLEDaughterFSW3IN
Mary LINVILLEDaughterFSW1IN


Warren, Putnam County T9-0306 Page 542A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
John LINVILLESelfMMW60NC
Mary J. LINVILLEWifeFMW58NC
Sarah LINVILLEDaughterFSW17IN


Jefferson, Putnam County T9-0306 Page 554D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Richard S. LINVILLSelfMMW37NC
Lydia E. LINVILLWifeFMW37TN
Mary A. LINVILLDaughterFSW11TN
John D. LINVILLSonMSW6IN
Robert WEUNNSOtherMSW19TN


Posey, Rush County T9-0308 Page 65D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
John F. LINVILLESelfMMW53NC
Sarah A. LINVILLEWifeFMW48NC
Pennel LINVILLESonMSW23IN
Cicero LINVILLESonMSW16IN
Victoria SULLIVANNieceFSW17NC
John LINVILLESonMSW13IN
Ailcy E. LINVILLEDaughterFSW7---


Manilla, Rush County T9-0308 Page 125B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
George W. THOMASSelfMMW43IN
Sallie E. THOMASWifeFMW39NC
Nora D. THOMASDaughterFSW11IN
Eugene E. THOMASSonMSW3IN
Moses LINVILLEFather-in-LawMWW63NC


Rushville, Rush County T9-0308 Page 172A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Gehu LINVILLESelfMMW47IN
Ann M. LINVILLEWifeFMW46IN
Lulu LINVILLEDaughterFSW16IN
Alvin LINVILLESonMSW12IN
Lena LINVILLEDaughterFSW3IN
Elizabeth OKESONOtherFDW35KY


Rushville, Rush County T9-0308 Page 178B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Parker LINVILLESelfMMW37IN
Charlotte LINVILLEWifeFMW30OH
Bertha LINVILLEDaughterFSW12IN
Roy LINVILLESonMSW9IN
Sadie LINVILLEDaughterFSW8IN
Lida M. LINVILLEDaughterFSW5IN
Samuel LINVILLESonMSW1IN


Noble, Rush County T9-0308 Page 191D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Malica J. LINVILLESelfFWW29IN
William LINVILLESonMSW12IN
Mary LINVILLEDaughterFSW10IN
Frances V. LINVILLEDaughterFSW8IN


Richland, Rush County T9-0308 Page 236D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Elias LINVILLESelfMMW56KY
Violet LINVILLEWifeFMW56IN
Kizah F. LINVILLEDaughterFSW30IN


Richland, Rush County T9-0308 Page 238D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Morgan LINVILLESelfMMW61KY
Labora A. LINVILLEWifeFMW52IN
Mary E. LINVILLEDaughterFMW34IN
James F. LINVILLESonMSW31IN
Sarah B. LINVILLEDaughterFSW22IN
Ida L. LINVILLEDaughterFSW21IN
John M. LINVILLESonMSW19IN
Charles H. LINVILLESonMSW17IN
Clara B. LINVILLEDaughterFSW10IN
Bessie MORGANGrand DaughterFSW5IN
Sadie MORGANGrand DaughterFSW4IN


Van Buren, Shelby County T9-0309 Page 124D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Thomas LINVILLESelfMMW38IN
Sydna A. LINVILLEWifeFMW32IN
Joanna LINVILLEDaughterFSW14IN
Grandville LINVILLESonMSW12IN
Tellia LINVILLEDaughterFSW9IN
Frank H. LINVILLESonMSW6IN
Freddie LINVILLESonMSW4IN
Mania LINVILLEDaughterFSW1IN


Marion, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 189B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
James M. LINVILLESelfMMW34IN
Phebe E. LINVILLEWifeFMW31IN
George F. LINVILLESonMSW8IN
Henry LINVILLESonMSW6IN
Cary C. LINVILLESonMSW3IN
Burton C. LINVILLESonMSW6MIN


Marion, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 191A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Peter MYERSelfMMW49IN
Malinda N. MYERWifeFMW58NC
Aurelius M. MYERSonMSW18IN
Minnie A. MYERDaughterFSW15IN
William LINVILLEOtherMSW18IN


Union, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 201A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Phuel LINVILLESelfMMW32IN
Mary E. LINVILLEWifeFMW30IN
Elbert C. LINVILLESonMSW8IN
Cassia L. LINVILLEDaughterFSW5IN
Joseph T. LINVILLESonMSW1IN


Union, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 202C
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Cyrus E. RHOADSSelfMMW24IN
Amanda J. RHOADSWifeFMW25IN
Daisey M. RHOADSDaughterFSW3IN
Albert A. RHOADSSonMSW1IN
Elijah LINVILLEFather-in-LawMWW52NC


Union, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 205B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Lorenzo D. LINVILLESelfMMW29IN
Sarelda J. LINVILLEWifeFMW29IN
William L. LINVILLESonMSW10IN
Clara D. LINVILLEDaughterFSW5IN
Lewis Simeon LINVILLESonMSW2IN


Union, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 206C
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
James L. BROWNSelfMMW28OH
Dorothy BROWNWifeFMW28IN
Effie A. BROWNDaughterFSW9IN
John H. BROWNSonMSW7OH
James M. BROWNSonMSW5OH
Alice C. BROWNDaughterFSW3IN
Charles C. BROWNSonMSW6MIN
Phuel F. LINVILLOtherMSW24IN


Union, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 206D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
David LINVILLSelfMMW60NC
Anna M. LINVILLWifeFMW35IN
Belle LINVILLDaughterFSW17IN


Union, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 206D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Lewis LINVILLESelfMMW63NC
Alice LINVILLEWifeFMW43ENG
Oliver P. LINVILLESonMSW24IN
John W. LINVILLESonMSW21IN
Elbert S. LINVILLESonMSW9IN
Charley LINVILLESonMSW5IN
Samuel E. BROWNStep Son-in-LawMMW23IN
Union S. BROWNStep DaughterFMW18OH
Alice MORRISStep DaughterFWW25OH


Union, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 207B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Catharine LINVILLESelfFWW78NC
Moses LINVILLESonMSW42IN


Addison, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 269B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Wyatt LINVILLESelfMMW38IN
Kate LINVILLEWifeFMW26OH
Fanny G. LINVILLEDaughterFSW4IN


Addison, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 270D
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Morton NAVESelfMMW42KY
Elizabeth NAVEWifeFMW38IN
Asbury NAVESonMSW14IN
Charles NAVESonMSW13IN
Anna NAVEDaughterFSW8IN
Polly NAVEMotherFWW77KY
Sarfina LINVILLESisterFWW36IN


Shelbyville, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 313B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Isaac M. LINVILLESelfMMW28IN
Amanda LINVILLEWifeFMW25IN
Myrta LINVILLEDaughterFSW8IN
Cora L. LINVILLEDaughterFSW6IN
Everett LINVILLESonMSW4IN


Noble, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 385A
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Lenard HIERSelfMMW67NC
Lucinda HIERWifeFMW50IN
Benjamin HIERSonMSW12IN
Daniel SEWARDOtherMWW30OH
Robert M. LINVILLEOtherMSW33IN


Noble, Shelby County T9-0310 Page 386C
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
George LINVILLESelfMMW27IN
Flora LINVILLEWifeFMW24IN
Hattie LINVILLEDaughterFSW6IN
Alfred LINVILLESonMSW4IN
Oliver LINVILLESonMSW2IN


Thorncreek, Whitley County T9-0324 Page 378B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
E.P. LINVILLSelfMMW48IN
Sarah LINVILLWifeFMW45OH
Ida May LINVILLDaughterFSW21IN
William LINVILLSonMSW19IN


Smith, Whitley County T9-0324 Page 397B
NameRelationSexMarrRaceAgeBorn
Cornelius LINVILLESelfMMW25IN
Sarah F. LINVILLEWifeFMW28IN
Josephene LINVILLEDaughterFSW3IN
George LINVILLESonMSW1IN
Edna V. WINEBRENNERStep DaughterFSW7IN





Linvill / Linvilles Buried in Whitley County Indiana


Linvill Aimee Elizabeth - born December 6 1922 2 names Marshall Hendricks - Blue River Cemetery B-16-4-1

Linvill Anna S - born 1888 died 1959 3 names Cleveland Mae C lot 20 - Blue River Cemetery A-19-7-1

Linvill Arthur J - born 1888 died 1949 3 names Lura Harry - South Park Cemetery Annex-B-43-7-2

Linvill Beatrice V - born 1914 2 names Laurence F - Blue River Cemetery B-16-7-1

Linvill Charles B F - died September 11 1861 aged 5 years 4 months 7 days s/o DS/G & Mj - Green Hill Cemetery Masonic Section 1-1-2

Linvill Cleveland - born 1885 died 1951 3 names Anna S Mae C lot 20 - Blue River Cemetery A-19-7-2

Linvill Darrell Leon - died November 17 1964 - Blue River Cemetery B-16-5-1

Linvill Dr Benj P - born 1881 Pauline B - Green Hill Cemetery Linville Section -1-1-21

Linvill Dr David C - born 1821 died 1907 Martha Jane - Green Hill Cemetery Linville Section -1-1-20

Linvill Dr David S - born 1862 died 1927 Emma C - Green Hill Cemetery Linville Section -1-1-16

Linvill Elbertine - born 1889 died 1891 Their Daughter - Green Hill Cemetery Linville Section -1-1-15-2

Linvill Emma C - born 1889 died 1980 Dr David S - Green Hill Cemetery Linville Section -1-1-16-2

Linvill Harry J - born May 6 1917 died October 18 1943 3 names Lura Arthur In memory of Lost over North Sea 2nd Lt US Army WWII - South Park Cemetery Annex-B-43-7-3

Linvill Infant - died March 2 1857 d/o Dr DG & MJ - Green Hill Cemetery Masonic Section 1-1-1

Linvill Infant - died April 20 1870 s/o DG & MJ followed by 3 illegible infants - Green Hill Cemetery Masonic Section 1-1-3

Linvill infant daughter - died 1927 lot 20 - Blue River Cemetery A-19-8-1

Linvill Laurence F - born 1913 died 1972 2 names Beatrice V - Blue River Cemetery B-16-7-2

Linvill Lewis M MD - died March 31 1896 aged 35 years 5 months 1 day - Green Hill Cemetery Linville Section -1-1-17

Linvill Lorena H - born 1868 died 1893 w/o Dr DS - Green Hill Cemetery Linville Section -1-1-15

Linvill Lura M - born 1891 died 1962 3 names Arthur Harry - South Park Cemetery Annex-B-43-7

Linvill Mae C - born 1883 died 1912 3 names Anna S Cleveland lot 20 - Blue River Cemetery A-19-7-3

Linvill Marshall Hendricks - born January 24 1915 died February 7 1982 2 names Aimee - Blue River Cemetery B-16-4-2

Linvill Martha Jane - born 1835 died 1914 Dr David C His Wife - Green Hill Cemetery Linville Section -1-1-20-2

Linvill Milicent - born 1916 died 1920 lot 20 - Blue River Cemetery A-19-9-1

Linvill Pauline B - born 1951 died 1990 Dr Benj P - Green Hill Cemetery Linville Section -1-1-21-2

Linvill Sarah F - born April 18 1849 died May 16 1912 lot 72 - Blue River Cemetery A-12-10-1

Linvill Walter Hayes - born 1877 died 1925 - Green Hill Cemetery Linville Section -1-1-19

Linville George W - born December 9 1914 died February 21 1985 2 names Marie Tech 4 US Army WWII - South Park Cemetery Annex-B-57-9-2

Linville R Marie - born 1918 2 names George - South Park Cemetery Annex-B-57-9








Sonday Funeral Home Records, Churubusco, Indiana 1906-1932
Compiled by Lenore Ellen Gerige & Ruth Arehart, Churubusco, Indiana 1984
Linvill, Cleveland--b. Wabash Co., Ind.; m. Kessit or
     Kessie, Anna S., b. Pulaski Co., Ind.  Ch.--
     infant 1927, Millicant Irene 1916-1920
     
Linville, Infant--(Cleveland Linvill and Anna Kessit)
     b. 16 Aug. 1927, d. 17 Aug. 1927, pb. Blue River
     
Linvill, Josephine E.--see Anderson, Ira
     
Linvill, Mae C.--b. 13 Dec. 1882, d. 25 Mar. 1912,
     pb Blue River
     
Linville, Millicant Irene--(Cleveland Linvill and Annie
     Kessie) b. 29 Oct. 1916, Whitley Co., d. 23 Feb.
     1920, pb. Blue River
     
Linvill, Sarah B.--b. 18 A[ril 1849, b. 18 may 1912,
     pb. Blue River
     
     





Ancestors of Beatrice Linvill
(RN=85 in Linvill Records of Donald Gradeless).




Beatrice Viola Kaufman Linvill born 6-Sep-1914 at Jefferson Tp Whitley Co. Indiana
          Married 12-June-1938 at Lagro, Indiana to
Lawrence Frederick Linvill born 27-October-1913 in Smith Tp. Whitley Co. IN
          Died 1-April-1972 at Columbia City Whitley Co., IN

---------------Parents:

Earl Samuel Kaufman born 13-May-1883 Laud Jefferson Tp Whitley Co IN
          Died June-1953 Columbia City IN
          Married 10-Aug-1913 Huntington Huntington Co IN to:
Laura Etta Lower born 17-Feb-1879 at Coshocton Co., Ohio
          Died 17-May-1968 Columbia City IN


----------------Grandparents:

Jacob Maring Kaufman born 21-Oct-1854 at Washington Tp Whitley Co IN
          Died Aug-1929 at Jefferson Tp. Whitley Co IN
          Married 20-Nov-1881 at Raber Homestead Jefferson Tp. Whitley Co IN.
Harriet Raber born 11-March-1859 at Thorncreek Twp Whitley Co IN.
          Died 8-Feb-1936 at Jefferson Tp. Whitley Co. IN.


John Jacob Conrad Lower born Holmes Co Ohio
          born 1 Aug 1847 in Mill Creek Twp., Coshoccton Co. OH
          died 19-Jul-1928 in Whitley Co IN
          Married 23-Dec-1875 in Coshocton Co Ohio to:
Mary Magdalene Metzler born Sep-1851 Holmes Co Ohio
          came to Whitley Co aged 6 months.
          Died Feb-1929 in Whitley Co IN


----------------Great Grandparents:


Samuel Kaufman born 3-May-1825 in Pennsylvania
          Died 13-July-1903 in Jefferson Twp. Whitley
            County, Indiana.
          Married 23-Dec-1852 to
Jane Maring born 1835 in Ohio
          Died 19-May-1896.
          Both buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Jefferson Twp.


Samuel Raber Sr. born 6-May-1827 in Switzerland
          Died 21-Sep-1901 at Columbia City Whitley Co IN.
          Married 10-Feb-1853 in Auglaize County Ohio to:
Elizabeth Rostorfer born 4-April-1834 in Licking Co Ohio
          Died 19-Nov-1901 Jefferson Tp Whitley Co IN
          Both buried in Evergreen Cemetery Jefferson Tp.


Isaac Lower born 15-May-1821 in Cochocton Co. Ohio and
          died 27-Jul-1891 in Mill Creek Twp Coshocton Co. Ohio
          married 1-June-1846 to
Mary Croft born 27 October 1829 in Ohio
          died 14-July-1886 in Mill Creek Twp., Coshocton Co., Ohio


Joseph Metzler born 19-July-1820 at Ohio
          Died 22-July-1903 Whitley Co IN
          Married April 1844 to:
Maria (Pronounced as Mariah) King born 25-April-1825
          Died 31-Jan-1864 Whitley Co IN
          Both buried in Union Cemetery, Huntington Co. Indiana


----------------Great Great Grandparents:

Henry Kaufman born 10-June-1795 in Berks Co. PA
          Died 12-February-1874 Jefferson Tp. Whitley Co.
          Married in Pennsylvania.
Sarah Beckley born 12-Nov-1801 (daughter of Daniel Beckley Sr. of Union Co PA)
          Died 7-July-1868 in Jeffersn Tp. Whitley Co. IN.
          Both buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Jefferson Tp. Whitley Co. IN.

Philip Maring born 27-July-1788. US Soldier in the War of 1812.
          Came to Whitley Co. in 1844.
          Died 17-September-1879 in Whitley Co.
          married to
Sarah Lash born 29-July-1795
          Died 25-Oct-1873 in Whitley Co.
          Both buried in Evergreen Cemetery.


Urs Räber born 11-Dec-1774 around Niederbipp Switzerland.
          Died 21-June-1862 in Switzerland
          Married 21-January-1803 to
Anna Studer who died 12-Dec-1851.


John Michael Croft
          Married to
Catherine Conrad lived Mile Creek Twp. Coshocton Co. Ohio.
          Buried at Zion UCC Cemetery, New Bedford, Ohio.


John Adam Metzler born 1788 died 1855
          married 1807 to:
Elizabeth Sickafoose born 1788 died 1844.
          (possibly buried in Union Cemetery, Huntington Co., Indiana)



Civil War Service

Linvill W Cremeens    Illinois        13 Aug 1862  Corpl                       Union
John Linvill          Pennsylvania    20 Sep 1862  Priv                        Union
John F Linvill        Kansas          21 Sep 1863  Priv                        Union
William Linvill       Indiana         07 Oct 1861  Priv                        Union
Hiram Linvill         Kentucky        01 Sep 1864  Priv Louisville, KY         Union
William F Linvill     North Carolina  01 Mar 1864  Priv Wake Co, NC      Confederacy
--------------------------------------

Name                  Co Unit                 Ind. Discharge Notes        Allegiance
Linvill Adam H        F 134 Ohio Infantry     Priv Priv -                      Union
Linvill Anthony -     M 11 Md S.M  Cav        Priv Priv Linvill Anthony        Union
Linvill Benjamin      C 62 Ohio Infantry      Priv Priv -                      Union
Linvill Benjamin A    F 134 Ohio Infantry     Corp Corp -                      Union
Linvill Christopher C F 6 Kans  Cav           Corp Priv*Linville, Christophe C Union
Linvill David         F 51 Indiana Infantry   Priv Priv Linvill David          Union
Linvill Dudley        C 77 Illinois Infantry  Priv Priv Linville, Dudley       Union
Linvill Ellis P       C 45 Ohio Infantry      Priv Corp Linville, Ellis P      Union
Linvill George        M 9 Indiana Cavalry     Priv Corp Linville GeorgeW       Union
Linvill George B      C  2 W  Va  Cav         Priv Priv Lynch,  George B       Union
Linvill George W      M 8 Tenn  Cav           Priv Priv Linville, George W     Union
Linvill Granville     J 6 Md S.M  Cav         Srgt Srgt Linville, Graville     Union
Linvill Henderson     H 2 Neb Cav (9 Months.) Srgt 2Sgt Linville, Henderson    Union
Linvill Hiram M       K 54 Ky Inf             Priv Priv Linville, Hiram        Union
Linvill James         A 68 Illinois Infantry  Priv Priv -                      Union
Linvill John          E 10 Kentucky Cavalry   Priv Priv Linvill, John          Union
Linvill John          E 10 Kentucky Cavalry   Priv Priv -                      Union
Linvill John          K 54 Kentucky Infantry  Priv Priv -                      Union
Linvill John          B 69 Indiana Cavalry    Srgt Capt Linville John          Union
Linvill John          M 13 Reg't TN Cavalry   Priv Priv -                      Union
Linvill John A        D 5 Illinois Cavalry    Priv Priv Linville, John A       Union
Linvill John A        K 1 West Vir Cavalry    Priv Priv -                      Union
Linvill John F        D 15 Kansas Cavalry     Priv Priv -                      Union
Linvill John W        K 40 Kentucky Infantry  Priv Priv Linville, John W       Union
Linvill Joseph        B 6 West Vir Infantry   Priv Priv -                      Union
Linvill Joseph A      F 134 Ohio Infantry     Srgt Srgt -                      Union
Linvill Joseph G      G 6 W Va Cav            Priv Priv Lindville Joseph  G    Union
Linvill Lewis F       I 16 Ky  Inf            Priv Priv Linvill, Lewis F       Union
Linvill Lorenzo A     D 13 Iowa Inf           Corp Srgt Linvelle, Lorenzo A    Union
Linvill N  H          E 53 NC Infantry        Priv Priv Linville, Newell Confederate
Linvill Richard -     K 11 Kans Cav           Priv Priv Linville, Richard      Union
Linvill Richard S     H 115 Indiana Infantry  Priv Priv -                      Union
Linvill Samuel  P     E 15 West Vir Infantry  Priv Corp -                      Union
Linvill Theodore B    - 176 Ohio Infantry     Priv -    183 Ohio Inf           Union
Linvill Theodore B    A 183 Ohio Infantry     Priv Priv Linville, Theodore B   Union
Linvill W  F          A 2 NC Cavalry.(19th)   Priv Priv -                Confederate
Linvill William H     H 69 Ohio Infantry      Priv Priv Linville, William H    Union
Linville Benjamin     C 62 Ohio Infantry      Priv Priv Linvill, Benjamin      Union
Linville James        A 68 Illinois Infantry  Priv Priv Linvill, James         Union
Linville John         K 54 Ky Inf             Priv Priv Linvill, John          Union
Linville John A       K 1 W Va Cav            Priv Priv Linvill John A         Union
Linville Joseph       B 6 W Va Inf            Priv Priv Linvill Joseph         Union
Price Linvill         L 21 Virginia Cavalry   Corp Corp -                Confederate
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War of 1812

Name              Company Unit                     Rank - Inductn-Discharge  Box-Ext
LINVILL AARON     RANGERS, UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS        PRIVATE  PRIVATE  126 602
LINVILL JAMES     13 REG'T (GRAY'S) KENTUCKY MILITIA       PRIVATE  CORPORAL 126 602
LINVILL JAMES M   1 REG'T ART'Y (HARRIS') MARYLAND MILITIA PRIVATE  PRIVATE  126 602
LINVILL JEREMIAH  1 REG'T (FERREE'S) PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA  PRIVATE  PRIVATE  126 602
LINVILL JOHN      ADAMS' REG'T (1812), OHIO MILITIA        PRIVATE  PRIVATE  126 602
LINVILL JOHN      1 REG'T ART'Y (HARRIS') MARYLAND MILITIA PRIVATE  PRIVATE  126 602
LINVILL JOHN      5 REGIMENT VIRGINIA MILITIA              PRIVATE  PRIVATE  126 602
LINVILL LEWIS     2 REG'T (EVANS') VIRGINIA MILITIA        PRIVATE  PRIVATE  126 602

LEECH JOHN        Keys Regiment Ohio Militia               Private  Private  124-602

MARTIN BENJAMIN   2 REG'T (BRUTON'S) NORTH CAROLINA MIL.   Private  Private  133-602

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Revolutionary War Service
Linvill, William                Private   


1880 Census of Indiana
Mary E. Ott's maiden name was Aburn
Sarah Linville's maiden name was Aburn
Eunice Linvill was the mother of Elisha Parker Linville
Elisha Parker Linville married to Sarah Aburn (Fayette Co IN)
Cornelius Linville was the son of EP & Sarah (Aburn) Linville
Cornelius Linville married Sarah F. Leech.
Francis Coulter married Wanda Aburn
Daniel P. Ott married to Mary E. Aburn
William Aburn lived on the farm adjoining that of George Ott.
George Ott was the father of Daniel P. Ott
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Noble & Green Twp in Noble County adjoin 
	Smith & Thorncreek in Whitley County
______________________________________
1880 Census of Indiana
Families listed are connected either in the Census or by later remarriages.

Noble, Noble, Indiana Film T9-0302     Page 533B
William ABURN      Self  M M W 55  OH Farmer         PA  PA
Catharine ABURN    Wife  F M W 52  OH Keeping House  OH  OH
David ABURN        Son   M S W 27  OH Farmer         OH  OH
Marida ABURN       Dau   F S W 22  OH                OH  OH
Harriet ABURN      Dau   F S W 14  IN                OH  OH
Margaret ABURN     Dau   F S W  7  IN                OH  OH
Jordan WEITZEL     Other M S W 21  PA Farm Laborer   PA  PA
Frank G. OTT       Other M S W 10  OH                OH  OH

Green, Noble, Indiana Film T9-0302 Page 519D 
George OTT       Self M M W 62 OH Farming       VA  MD
Mary OTT         Wife F M W 59 OH Keeping House SC  VA
Matildia OTT     Dau  F S W 33 IN               OH  OH
Ellen OTT        Dau  F S W 31 IN               OH  OH
Hettie OTT       Dau  F S W 29 IN               OH  OH
Wilbert M. GANDY GSon M S W  9 IN               IN  IN  

Green, Noble, Indiana Film T9-0302 Page 519D 
Daniel P. OTT    Self M M W 26 IN Farming       OH  OH
Mary E. OTT      Wife F M W 23 OH Keeping House OH  OH
Florence E. OTT  Dau  F S W 10M IN              IN  OH

Green, Noble, Indiana Film T9-0302 Page 519D 
Jasper N. OTT    Self M M W 30 IN Farming       OH  OH
Sarah OTT        Wife F M W 24 OH Keeping House OH  OH
Mary N. OTT      Dau  F S W  3 IN               IN  OH
Laura L. OTT     Dau  F S W  1 IN               IN  OH

Smith, Whitley, Indiana  Film T9-0324 Page 397A
George W. COULTER   Self  M M W 34  OH Farmer          OH  OH
Caroline E. COULTER Wife  F M W 34  OH Keeping House   OH  PA
Nora A. COULTER     Dau   F S W  6  IN                 OH  OH
Cora M. COULTER     Dau   F S W  4  IN                 OH  OH
Theodore HOLLENBECK Other M M W 28  IN Laborer On Farm PA  PA
Harvy J.A. YOUNG    Other M S W 23  OH Laborer On Farm OH  OH

Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397A
Tobias ABURN       Self  M M W 23  OH Farmer           OH  OH
Margaret ABURN     Wife  F M W 25  IN Keeping House    OH  OH
Elizabeth ABURN    Dau   F S W  1  IN                  OH  OH

Smith, Whitley, Indiana  Film T9-0324     Page 397A  
John J. COULTER     Self  M M W 32  OH   Farmer        OH  OH
Mary M. COULTER     Wife  F M W 32  OH   Keeping House GERMANY  GERMANY
Maggie E. COULTER   Dau   F S W  9  IN   At Home       OH  OH
Florence E. COULTER Dau   F S W  8  IN   At Home       OH  OH  

Smith, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324 Page 397A
Elizabeth COULTER   Self  F W W 52  OH Keeping House   --  --
Evan COULTER        Son   M S W 30  IN Farm Laborer    OH  OH
Francis M. COULTER  Son   M S W 20  IN Farm Laborer    OH  OH
Miriam COULTER      Dau   F S W 15  IN At Home         OH  OH
William MANNING     Other M S W 23  IN Farm Laborer    --  --

Smith, Whitley, Indiana  Film T9-0324     Page 397B 
James COULTER       Self  M M W 28  IN Farmer          OH  OH
Amanda COULTER      Wife  F M W 25  IN Keeping House   OH  IN
Earnest V. COULTER  Son   M S W  1  IN                 IN  IN
Sherman MATIX       Other M S W 14  IN Farm Laborer    --  --

Smith, Whitley, Indiana  Film T9-0324     Page 397B 
Samuel LEECH        Self  M M W 54  OH Farmer          MD  OH
Diannah LEECH       Wife  F M W 52  NC Keeping House   NC  NC
Delpha LEECH        Dau   F S W 14  IN At Home         OH  NC
Nathan JONES        Other M S W 18  IN Farm Laborer    TN  TN  

Smith, Whitley, Indiana  Film T9-0324  Page 397B 
Cornelius LINVILLE  Self  M M W 25  IN Farmer          --  --
Sarah F. LINVILLE   Wife  F M W 28  IN Keeping House   OH  NC
Josephene LINVILLE  Dau   F S W  3  IN                 IN  IN
George LINVILLE     Son   M S W  1  IN                 IN  IN
Edna V. WINEBRENNER SDau  F S W  7  IN At School       IN  IN  

Smith, Whitley, Indiana  Film T9-0324     Page 397B 
Henry HAZEN         Self  M W W 43  OH Farmer          NJ  E-VA
Amon HAZEN          Son   M S W 21  IN At Home         OH  OH
Ellen HAZEN         Dau   F S W 17  IN Keeping House   OH  OH
Josiah HAZEN        Son   M S W 13  IN At Home         OH  OH
Erda HAZEN          Son   M S W 11  IN At School       OH  OH

Thorn Creek, Whitley, Indiana Film T9-0324     Page 378B
E.P. LINVILL        Self  M M W  48  IN Farmer        KY  NJ
Sarah LINVILL       Wife  F M W  45  OH Keeping House PA  PA
Ida May LINVILL     Dau   F S W  21  IN Keeping House IN  OH
William LINVILL     Son   M S W  19  IN               IN  OH

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Laurel Town, Franklin, Indiana Film T9-0278     Page 347B
Bridget MANSELL     Self  F W W 67  IRE Kps Hse       IRE IRE
Kate MANSELL        Dau   F S W 18  IN  Srvnt         IRE IRE
William MANSELL     Son   M S W 16  IN  Wrks On Frm   IRE IRE
James COLEMAN       Other M   W 31  IN                IRE IRE
Nancy ANTHONY       Other F W W 29  IN  Hskpr         IN  IN
George PATTISON     Other M W W 44  IN  Wrks At Stone Quarry  OH  MD
Unice LINVILLE      Other F W W 78  IN                PA  PA

Other Aburn / Aborn families in Indiana

Warsaw, Kosciusko, Indiana Film T9-0290 Page 286B
Obed H. ABORN      Self  M M W 45  NY Clerk Official --  --
Mary ABORN         Wife  F M W 52  PA Keeping House  PA  MD
Edwin C. ABORN     Son   M S W 17  IN Printer        NY  PA
Theodore F. FISHER SonL  M M W 36  OH Auctioneer     --  --
Sadie M. FISHER    Dau   F M W 27  OH                NY  PA

District 124, Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana Film T9-0265 Page 648B
Thomas ABORN       Self  M M W 30  OH Work In Printing Office NY   PA
Emma ABORN         Wife  F M W 26  IN Keeping House  OH   OH


http://www.rootsweb.com/~ingrant/walncrk.htm Lower Walnut Creek Cemetery, Grant Co IN Lindville, Infant dau of J.M. & D.M. Lindville died Sept. 23, 1875 aged 23days (S/S as Infant son) Infant son of J.M. & D.M. Lindville died Sept. 8, 1875 aged 8 days (S/S as Infant dau.) Linville, Elizabeth (Morgan) 'MOTHER' 1866 - 1941 (stone next to Marie Morgan) http://www.rootsweb.com/~ingrant/park1C.htm Park Cemetery Section 1C LINVILLE, Elisha P. 1887-1962 “Father” s/s with Lula LINVILLE, Lula B. 1888-1962 “Mother” s/s with Elisha http://www.rootsweb.com/~ingrant/park1.htm Park Cemetery LINVILLE, Elisha P. 1887-1962 “Father” s/s with Lula LINVILLE, Lula B. 1888-1962 “Mother” s/s with Elisha






QUICK Family





1817 Franklin Co Tax List.

	John Quick 

1820  Census of Franklin Co Indiana

	Quick, John       BROOKVILLE 174

1822 Tax List of Posey Township Franklin Co IN

	Cornelius Quick

Federal Land Patent Sales Indianapolis Land Office
Name         acrea date       part Sect Twp Range Meridian State County
JOHN QUICK     80  06/02/1829 W½NE  34/ 19-N 9-E  No  2nd PM  IN  Henry 



1830 Census. Franklin Co Indiana: Quick, Cyrus 305 Quick, James 305 Quick, John 305 Henry County Indiana Cornelius Quick male 10-15 1 Male 50-60 1 Female 50-60 1 John Quick male 20-30 1 Female 20-30 1 Federal Land Patent Sales, Indianapolis Office: Name acrea date part Sect Twp Range Meridian State County JOHN QUICK 80 06/02/1829 W½NE 34/ 19-N 9-E No 2nd PM IN Henry JOHN QUICK 80 04/17/1833 E½NE 34/ 19-N 9-E No 2nd PM IN Henry JOHN QUICK 40 10/20/1834 SWNW 35/ 19-N 9-E No 2nd PM IN Henry JOHN QUICK 40 11/04/1834 NWNW 35/ 19-N 9-E No 2nd PM IN Henry JOHN QUICK 40 10/16/1835 SENW 35/ 19-N 9-E No 2nd PM IN Henry SAMUEL S QUICK 60 03/15/1837 SE 6/ 20-N 7-E No 2nd PM IN Madison
1840 Census Fall Creek Township Henry County Indiana Cornelius Quick male 70-80 1 Female 70-80 1 1840 Census of Franklin Co Indiana Quick, Cyrus 277 Quick, James 286 Quick, John 286 Quick, Martin 285
1850 Census 1850 Census of Franklin Co Indiana QUICK, Cyrus BROOKVILLE TWP 281 QUICK, George W. BROOKVILLE TWP 286 QUICK, James BROOKVILLE TWP 283 QUICK, John BROOKVILLE TWP 282 QUICK, John H. HIGHLAND TWP 337 QUICK, Lewis D. BROOKVILLE TWP 281 QUICK, Martin BROOKVILLE TWP 279 1850 Census Henry County Indiana 21 August 1850 Fall Creek Township Henry County Indiana Page 329 211 211 John Quick 49 M W Farmers 5000 Ohio Lavina Quick 31 F W N C Cornelius Quick 18 M W Indiana Rachael Quick 17 F W Indiana Mary Ann Quick 15 F W Indiana Joseph Quick 11 M W Indiana William H. Quick 9 M W Indiana Nancy Jane Quick 5 F W Indiana Amelia Quick 2 F W Indiana Visa Quick 3/12 F W Indiana Cornelius Quick 80 M W Pennsylvania Hannah Quick 80 F W N. Jersey 1850 Census 4 Sep 1850 Pipe Creek Township Madison County Indiana page 33A 470 470 Edward Quick 28 M c farmer 520 Pennsylvania Manerva Quick 22 F Indiana James M. Quick 2 m Indiana Sarah Ashers 65 F c N. C. Jemima Ashers 18 F Indiana 471 471 Thomas Ashers 21 M Pump Maker Indiana Matilda Ashers 21 F Indiana John Ashers 3 M Indiana Nancy Ashers 1 F Indiana 20 Sep 1850 Pipe Creek Township Madison County Indiana page 40 572 572 John W. Quick 29 F c Farmer 600 Pennsylvania Cordelia Quick 27 F c Ohio Mary I Quick 1 F Indiana Amas Quick 14 M c Pennsylvania 573 573 Ihenad Quick 56 M c Farmer 300 Pennsylvania Rachel Quick 18 F c Pennsylvania Levi Quick 17 M c Farmer Pennsylvania
1860 Census 1860 Census of Franklin Co Indiana QUICK BENJAMIN F. 181 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK CYRUS 171 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK HARVEY 176 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK JAMES 185 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK JOAN 102 SPRINGFIELD TWP. QUICK JOHN 171 B ROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK JOHN H. JR. 189 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK JOHN H. 176 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK MARTHA 181 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK MILTON E. 169 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK STATEN 208 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK W. A. 185 BROOKVILLE TWP. QUICK W. G. 175 BROOKVILLE TWP. 1860 Census Madison County Indiana 2 Jul 1860 Pipe Creek Twp Madison Co Indiana page 323 house 694 family 694 John Quick 59 M Farmer 15000 8000 Ohio Lavina Quick 41 F NC James Quick 21 M Indiana married Mary Quick 23 F Tyrone Ireland married Nancy Quick 15 F Indiana School Amelia Quick 10 F Indiana School Louisa Quick 10 F Indiana School Alvord Quick 7 F Indiana School Thomas Conshane 21 M Laborer Indiana not able to read/write
1870 Census
1880 Census 1880 Census Madison County Indiana 14 June 1880 Pipe Creek Twp Madison Co Indiana Page 72 House 121 Family 123 Quick Cornelius W M 48 M Farmer Indiana Ohio Kentucky Quick Amanda W F 46 Wife M keeping house Indiana Pennsyl Virginia Quick Laura W F 9 daughter S School Indiana Indiana Indiana Quick, Oliver W M 11 nephew S school Missouri Indiana Indiana Burk, William W M 28 boarder S Clerk in Store Indiana Ireland Indiana Foland Rosella W F 17 servant S Indiana N C Indiana


Jacobus QUICK b  1716, Rochester, NY 
son of Thomas and Grietje DECKER QUICK

M1 : Maria WESTBROOK on  22 Aug 1742, Sussex County, NJ 
	 Thomas QUICK 
	 Johannes QUICK 
	 Petrus QUICK 
	 Lineah QUICK 
m2 : Jannetje VAN AKEN marriage 10 Aug 1750 
	 Cornelis QUICK 
	 Jacobus QUICK 
	 Tomas QUICK 
	 Lizabeth QUICK 
	 Grietje QUICK 
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Jacobus Quick  5 Jan 1753 - 27 Jun 1847 m 
Johanna PELTON 6 May 1756 - 26 Dec 1851
    John M. Quick m  Sally Preston 
        Bernard Quick 
        Sterling Quick 1820-1893 m Sally
            Ludlow Quick
    Pelton Quick 
    Jane Quick 
    Polly Quick 
    Tomas Quick 
    Samuel Quick 
    Cornelius Quick 5 Jan 1783 - 5 May 1864 
            m1 Urena Beeman d 31 Oct 1847
        George Washington Quick Dec 1807 - 10 Apr 1882 m Lily Jane Howie 
        Riley Quick 1820 - 5 Sep 1890
            m2: Miriam Hayes c 4 Nov 1856
            m3: Eunice Purden 
    Hannah Quick 
    Eunice Quick 
    Paul Quick 3 Jun 1799 - 4 Jan 1871 m1 Mary C. Miller 
        Erastus Catlin Quick 
        John Sutton Quick 
        Thomas Elliot Quick 
        Daniel Miller Quick 25 Aug 1845 - 15 Jun 1903 m1 Lucy Passamore 
             Victor A. Quick 
        Harvey Morrow Quick 
        Paul Alexander Quick 
        Samual Wallace Quick 

History of Clinton Co Ohio, W.H. Beers and Co., Biography of George A. Mann p 647:

He was a member of the first jury that ever sat in a State case in Clinton, it being the State of Ohio against Cornelius Quick. Horse-stealing was the charge upon which he was found guilty, and the sentence of the court was "That he be whipped on Ida naked back fifty stripes, on Saturday, October 27, at 2 o'clock P. M."

History of Clinton County, Chapter VII, The Courts and Civil List: Page 330-331

The first Grand Jury in the county was impaneled for the term of court held in June, 1810, and was composed of the following persons, as the record shows: John Mitchell, foreman, Thomas Jones, Jacob Hale, Isaac Harvey, Caleb Harvey, William Haynes, John Wilson, James Wilson, Jesse Dillon, Ezekiel Frazer, Timothy Bennet, Mahlon Haworth, William Townsend, William Walker and Nathan Linton. These men received 75 cents each for their services, and found only one indictment, which was against Cornelius Quick. for horse-stealing. The indictment was returned June 19, 1810, and Quick was placed on trial the next day. Joshua Collett, afterward President Judge, and still later a Judge of the Supreme Court, conducted the prosecution for the State, while the counsel for the defense was Thomas Freeman, of Lebanon, a criminal lawyer of some note. The jury before which the case was tried was composed of Francis Hester, Robert Athey, David Fairfield, Daniel Linton, Daniel Moon, James Crawford, Jonah Vandervort, William Ireland, Joseph Wilson, Jesse Green. William Hoblitt and John Stout, who found the defendant guilty as indicted. The defense moved for a new trial, which was granted, and on the 17th of the ensuing October, the case came up again, with the same counsel as before. The jury was this time made up of David Wright, Daniel Hodgson, William Butler, Charles Mann, George Haworth, Joseph Haines, Simeon Ballard, John McKinzey, Thomas Gillam, Peter Dicks, Thomas McMillan and Daniel Dillon. The defendant was again found guilty, and the damages in favor of the prosecuting witness, James Doherty (or Daugherty) were assessed at $2.25, an order being issued against the defendant for the amount of his fine and costs of prosecution. A motion was made on behalf of the defendant to arrest judgment, but this was overruled, the court sentenced the thief to receive fifty stripes on his naked back, on Saturday, the 27th of Julie, 1810, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and to pay a fine of $20 and costs; also to be imprisoned for ten days--Daugherty to recover of him the amount of the damages allowed "Mrs. Elizabeth Smart, widow of Judge Hugh Smart, of Greenfield, is a daughter of Judge Hughes, at whose house, or rather barn, Quick's trial was had. She has a clear and distinct recollection of the affair. During the trial, the defendant was confined to an apple tree, which was nearby, by a log chain. After the verdict was rendered, Quick requested the Sheriff, Jonathan Harlan, to retire with him for a moment. This seemed reasonable, and it obtained a ready consent. As they walked away, he manifested considerable more nimbleness of step than had been noticed before. He gained distance on the Sheriff, little by little, until a step or two in advance was secured, when he bounded away like a deer, and in a moment was beyond successful pursuit. This was the nearest approach to a public whipping for crime ever attained within the county." The actors in that scene have passed ' away from earth, and the story lives only in the record or the memory of those to whom it has been told. It is therefore fitting to place it on the printed page.



Prosecuting Attorneys of Clinton County Page 342:

In June, 1810, Joshua Collett was appointed to represent the State in the case of the State of Ohio versus Cornelius Quick. James Montgomery was the first regular Prosecuting Attorney for the county, having been appointed October 18, 1810, and holding until June, 1813.




From FamilySearch:

John CARTER (AFN:1JMZ-Q29)  Pedigree  
	 Born:  Abt 1802  Place:  Of, Franklin, In 
	Married:  20 May 1824  Place:  , Franklin Co., In 
 	Father:  CARTER (AFN:1JMZ-P8C)  Family  
Hannah QUICK (AFN:1JMT-DV0)  Pedigree  
	Born:  1792  Place:  , , Ky 
 	Married:  20 May 1824  Place:  , Franklin, In 

Children 
 M  Sylvanius CARTER (AFN:1JMW-HBG)  Born:  1832  Franklin Co., In  
 M  John CARTER (AFN:1JMV-F9R)   Born:  1835   Place:  , , Il  
 M  William CARTER (AFN:1JMT-F0R)   Born:  1840   Place:  , , Il  
 M  Samuel CARTER (AFN:1JMZ-MG8)  Born:  1839   Place:  , , Il  

1880 Census Barnhill, Wayne, Illinois Film T9-0257 Page 170C     
John R. CARTER     Self   M W W 55 KY Farmer        KY KY
Hannah H. CARTER   Mother F W W 83 KY At Home       KY KY
Horace H. CARTER   Son    M S W 19 IL Works On Farm KY OH
Charles L. CARTER  Son    M S W 16 IL Works On Farm KY OH
William A. CARTER  Son    M S W 11 IL At School     KY OH
Frank W. CARTER    Son    M S W  9 IL               KY OH
John D. CARTER     Son    M S W  7 IL               KY OH
John D. CARTER     Other  M S W 21 IL Farm Laborer  KY IL
Rosa PALMER        Dau    F M W 21 IL Keeping House KY OH
Margaret FOSTER    Sister F W W 44 KY At Home       KY KY
Flora FOSTER       Niece  F S W 21 IL At Home       IL KY
Willis FOSTER      Nephew M S W 19 IL At School     IL KY


From Family Search John S. QUICK (AFN:MXPD-3W) Pedigree Born: 1820 Ohio 1841 Indiana Sidney (AFN:MXPD-43) Born: 1811 Indiana Married: 1841 Indiana Sex Name 1. F Nancy QUICK (AFN:MXPD-6F) born 1843 Henry, Indiana 2. F Anna QUICK (AFN:MXPD-58) born: 1842 Indiana 3. F Elizabeth QUICK (AFN:MXPD-8R) Born: 1847 Indiana 4. M David QUICK (AFN:MXPD-B4) Born: 25 Oct 1845 Indiana Died: 17 Nov 1922 Swayzee, Grant, Indiana buried: 1922 Grant Co., Indiana 5. M Cornelius QUICK (AFN:MXPD-9X) Born: Jun 1850 Indiana


Portrait & Biographical Record
Delaware County, Indiana

J. A. QUICK

J. A. QUICK, a prominent farmer and stock grower of Harrison township, Delaware county, was born February 8, 1839, in Henry county, Indiana He is the son of John and Nancy (Clary) Quick; the father was born in Ohio, in April 1781, and the mother was a native of Hamilton County, Ohio. John Quick settled in Henry county, Indiana, in 1827, and entered 160 acres of land, where he lived the life of a pioneer and remained there until 1858, when he removed to Madison county, and lived until his death, which occurred in 1881. The mother, Mrs. Nancy Quick, died in 1843, and Mr. Quick married for his second wife Miss Levina Heath, the daughter of Robert Heath and a native of North Carolina. They were prominent members of the Christian church. The father was an earnest-republican, and always voted the ticket of that party.

J. A. Quick dutifully remained at, home with his parents until he was eighteen years old, receiving a common school education, and then became clerk in a store, following this until he was twenty-one years old. He then engaged in farming, renting his father's farm in Madison county, for one year, and then bought ninety acres in the same county, on which he located and resided until 1886, at which time he exchanged this farm for 240 acres in Harrison township, where he now lives, paying a difference of $2, 500. At the present time, he owns 280 acres, and except the time he was employed in the store, has been a farmer all his life. He was elected township trustee in 1870, and held the office four years; was again elected in 1876, and continued in it until 1880. Mr. Quick is a republican, and one of the most prominent men in the township.

He was married January 2,1860, to Miss Mary E. Love, daughter of James and Jane (Johnson) Love, who were natives of Ireland. Her father was born in 1812, and her mother in 1814, and they emigrated to this country in 1849, landing in Pittsburgh, Pa.; remained there a short time, and then went to Franklin county, Indiana, where Mr. Love engaged in farming and renting land, and then settled in Madison county. Mrs. Love died, after which Mr. Love lived with his daughter and Mr. Quick, for two years and then he removed to Minnesota, where he resided the remainder of his life.

He and wife were consistent members of the Methodist church Mrs., Quick was born January 2, 1837, and is the mother of four children, namely: Lizzie Josephine, deceased; John C., a physician at Muncie; Nettie J., a teacher, living at home; James M., a teacher of this county. Mr. Quick and wife are up right and worthy members of the Christian church. He is a republican and a man of much influence in his township, and this Influence is always exerted for good. He is one of the progressive men of the county, ever ready to assist in all public improvements.




History of Delaware County - Monroe Township Excerpts from pages 123 through 134)


One-half of section 9 was entered in 1835 and the other half in 1836. The first entries were made by John Gibson and Enos Strawn, both on November 19, 1835, Mary St. Clair making the other entry of that year December 8. In 1836 the balance of the section was entered by John Beard, John Gibson and Thomas Strawn, Jr., and now, some sixty-two years since these first purchases, we find none of the original names among the free-holders of the section, but in their stead we have Mrs. W. Snider. Wm. Snider, W. and E. Quick et. al., John H. Reynolds, A. Peacock, S. Drumm, J. Hill, J. A. Flemming, C. Houck, S. Houck, M. Houck, B. C. Bowman, J. Houck, U. and C. Springer and I. Turner. The section has public roads on each section line. The village of Cowan is situated in the southeast part of the section in which is school No. 5, and through which passes the Cincinnati division of the L. E. & W. railroad.

Section 10 can justly lay claim to the first entry of land in Monroe township, this was the entry made by Amaziah Beeson on January 15, 1827, being the east half of the northeast quarter of the section. The next entry in the section was made January 17, 1829 by Peter Simmons; in 1830 there were two entries made, one Roy John Mansfield and the other by Samuel Merrill; one in 1832 by Andrew Carmichael, four in 1836 by Miles Harrold, Samuel Underhill, John Branson and Allen Beeson. At present we have as the freeholders in section 10, M. Losh, James Watson, O. P. West, W. H. Neff, A. Quick, H. West, T. Hiatt and C. H. and C. Harris. Ten has 3¾ miles of good road and is in a high state of cultivation.





History of Delaware County - Harrison Township (Excerpts from pages 165, and 168 through 179)

Section 18 was first entered by John Starr, who secured the southeast quarter and the east half of the southwest quarter on March 17, 1836. The next was Benajah French, October 24, 1836. There was but one entry made in 1837, that of David Whitson Cook. February 21, 1839, William Brady entered a 40-acre tract. This left three tracts, containing in the aggregate 188 16-100 acres, which found no purchaser until finally entered by James H. Sworr on January 18, 1852. The land in 18 is now owned by G. W. Maynard, Joseph A. Quick, C. S. Thomas, W. Wilson, W. Walling, W. Zimmerman, M. L. Brunton, L. A. Johnson, J. W. Christie, C. and S. Swindell and V. E. Garner's heirs. This section has two miles of public road, and the southeast corner is drained by the Johns ditch.

Land in section 20 was entered as early as 1834, when Job Garner purchased the east half of the southeast quarter (80 acres) on the 17th day of January of that year. (Prior to this time there had been but two entries in the township, and they were both in section 36, range 8.) This was the land afterwards owned by Jacob Miller. After Mr. Garner's entry, others were: Isaac Ridout, William Ridout, Tobias Renner, James Stout, Isaac Stout, Joel Biggs and Levi Lynn in 1836, and the last entry by Isaac Stout January 21, 1837. The present owners of this section are E. Duckett, N. V. Markle, S. Sites, Joseph A. Quick, H. Miller, L. A. Johnson H. Vennemen, and William Wilson. The section has nearly four miles of public road, one mile of which is pike. Killbuck creek crosses the section in a southwest course, and the village of Bethel is situated in the southern part.





LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER
NEWSPAPER INDEX, 1902-1952 Lafayette, Indiana
Compiled and Contributed by Joan Rodenberger


Quick, Albert d - 10 Oct 1924
Quick, James E. & Julio T. Mustard m - 11 Oct 1938
Quick, Mrs. Verna H. d - 27 Jun 1922
Quick, Dr. W.J. d - 25 Apr 1936 in Baltimore, Maryland



Delaware Co Marriages
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~acorntree/people/del-co/records/marrn-o-p-q.html


Deau, Harry Quick, Mary 01-30-1889 W 02-17-1923
Quick, Mary Deau, Harry 11-01-1893 W 02-17-1923




DELAWARE COUNTY, INDIANA
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE
Circa 1880s


James Quick, Stout



Delaware Co IN
Painter Cemetery - Fall Creek Township


This cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Fall Creek Township (1830s). It is located in section #28 at county roads #600 west and #950 north. It was deeded by Alexander Painter to be used as a burial ground 10 May 1839. It was cared for by the cemetery trustees until 25 May 1925 when it was deeded to the Fall Creek civil township by Joseph V. Painter, Augustes A, VanMater and Oren W. Groner, for use as a public cemetery. Thanks to Phyllis Sanders Poor of Sulphur Springs, IN, these names have been recorded for others doing research on their ancestors.

Quick, Hannah 21 Aug 1861 82y -
Quick, John 13 Apr 1838 2m 16d In memory of
Quick, Nancy 17 May 1843 14y 2d In memory of
Quick, Nancy 17 Mar1843 11y 2d In memory of



History Of Delaware County T. B. Helm 1881
SALEM TOWNSHIP: Churches:

The Christian Church at Daleville.--About the year 1845, the first society of this denomination was organized at the barn of Maj. John Hupp, two miles east of Daleville. Among the constituent members were John Quick and wife, John Hupp and wife, Jonas Shoemaker and wife, John Shoemaker and wife, James Stewrt and wife, and Mahala Murphy.




Martin Marriages in Tippecanoe County, Indiana
1826 ~ 1941


Martin Setetia Jane       James Thomas Quick         Jul 3 1860     9-158



Madison County Cemetery Records.
NAME BIRTH / AGE DEATH CEMETERY TWP
Quick, Amanda 1833 1928 E. Maplewood Anderson
Quick, Clarissa M. 1848 1878 E. Maplewood Anderson
Quick, Corneluis 1831 1908 E. Maplewood Anderson
Quick, George Franklin 1859 1933 E. Maplewood Anderson
Quick, John 79y. 8m. 22d. Jan. 22, 1881 Sigler Pipe Creek
Quick, Laura J. 8y. 2m. 11d. Oct. 26, 1865 Sigler Pipe Creek
Quick, Laviva Dec. 26, 1818 Jul. 15, 1905 Sigler Pipe Creek
Quick, Margie K. (Taylor) Mar. 28, 1922 Aug. 25, 1991 Gravelawn GREEN
Quick, Mary 41y. 4m. 4d. AUG. 28, 1877 Sigler Pipe Creek
Quick, Mildred L. Age 78 Sep. 28, 2000 MEM Fall Creek
Quick, Ollie Belle 1860 1933 E. Maplewood Anderson
Quick, Rose B. 1859 19 E. Maplewood Anderson
Quick, Vivian B. Dec. 13, 1900 E. Maplewood   Anderson
Quick, W. H. H. 1841 Mar. 1, 1916 E. Maplewood Cem Sec 11
Quick, WALTER 7d. Oct. 29, 1879 Sigler Pipe Creek
Quick, Walter W. May 28, 1897 Jan. 22, 1971 E. Maplewood Anderson
Quick, Webster 1y. 11m. 5d. AUG. 26, 1850 Frazier Farm Pipe Creek
Quick, William H. 1861 1909 Sigler Pipe Creek



1880 Census Elwood, Madison, Indiana Film T9-0293 Page 60C:
Lafayette CHAMBERS  Self   M M W 29 IN Hotel Keeper       IN IN
Anna CHAMBERS       Wife   F M W 25 IN Landlady           IN IN
Nellie QUICK        Cousin F S W  8 IN                    IN IN
James PARSONS       Other  M W W 46 OH Clerk In Dry Goods Store MD NJ
Joseph PARSONS      Other  M S W 11 IN                    OH OH
George M. BATES     Other  M S W 35 CAN Physician         NY NY
Harry JERARD        Other  M S W 29 IN Photographer       PA PA
William MC CANLEY   Other  M S W 35 IN Car Repairer       OH OH
Alice HEADY         Other  F S W 18 IN Cook               IN OH
John GROENDYKE      Other  M S W 31 IN Teacher            IN IN

1880 Census Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana Film T9-0293 Page 61B:
John QUICK       Self   M M W 79 OH  Retired Farmer       NJ NJ
Melvina QUICK    Wife   F M W 61 NC  Keeping House        NC NC
Rosella FOLAND   Other  F S W 17 IN Servant               IN IN

1880 Census Pipe Creek, Madison, IndianaFilm T9-0293 Page 61B 
John DAUGHERTY      Self   M M W 33 OH Clerk In Store     NC MA
Elmira E. DAUGHERTY Wife   F M W 28 IN Keeping House      KY IN
William DAUGHERTY   Son    M S W 13 IN At School          OH IN
Howard C. DAUGHERTY Son    M S W  2 IN                    OH IN
Garfield DAUGHERTY  Son    M S W 2M IN                    OH IN
Vachel QUICK        Other  M W W 46 IN Hardware Merchant  OH OH
William QUICK       Other  M S W 19 IN Teacher            IN IN
Lewis THARP         Other  M S W 33 IN Laborer            IN IN
Joseph HOWARD       Other  M S W 20 IN Teacher            IN IN
Mary DWIGGINS       Other  F D W 26 IN Servant            NC IN

1880 Census Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana Film T9-0293 Page 61B
George QUICK        Self   M M W 21 IN Clerk In Store     IN IN
Olie B. QUICK       Wife   F M W 20 IN Keeping House      IN IN
Harrison QUICK      Uncle  M W W 36 IN Dry Goods Merchant OH OH

1880 Census Pipe Creek, Madison, Indiana Film T9-0293 Page 72C:
Cornelius QUICK  Self   M M W 48 IN Farmer                OH KY
Amanda QUICK     Wife   F M W 46 IN Keeping House         TN VA
Laura QUICK      Dau    F S W  9 IN                       IN IN
Oliver QUICK     Nephew M S W 11 MO                       IN IN
William BURK     Other  M S W 28 IN Clerk In Store       IRE IN
Rosells Foland   Other  F S W 17 IN servant               IN IN




ISABELLA COUNTY, MICHIGAN DEATHS 1888 No. 198 Date of Death 11/18/1893 Name: Emma J. White Sex/Color F / White Marital Married Age 44 years Place of Death Coldwater Twp Cause of Death Typhoid Fever Birth Place New York Occupation Housewife Parents Cornelius Quick, Residence Liddie Quick, Dead Date Recorded 5/18/1894
Cornelius QUICK born 5 Jan 1783 died 5 May 1864 Parents Jacobus QUICK and Johanna PELTON Family 1 : Urena BEEMAN George Washington QUICK Riley QUICK Family 2 : Miriam HAXES Family 3 : Eunice PURDEN Jacobus QUICK son of Jacobus QUICK & Jannetje Van Aken Jacobus Quick son of Thomas Quick & Grietje Decker Jannetje Van Aken dau of Han VanAuken' ------------------- Cornelius QUICK son of Cornelis QUICK Family 1 : Jane BODLEY Harriet QUICK Elizabeth QUICK Julia QUICK Tina QUICK Euphemia QUICK James QUICK Henry QUICK Levi QUICK Catherine QUICK Armenia QUICK Cornelius QUICK George QUICK -------------------- Thomas QUICK (Sen.) 1690 - 17 Feb 1756 BIRTH: 1690, New York, NY Died: 17 Feb 1756, Milford, Hunterdon, NJ Family 1 : Grietje DECKER MARRIAGE: 22 Dec 1713 Jacobus QUICK Cornelis QUICK Lena QUICK Margarita QUICK Dirck QUICK Elizabeth QUICK Benjamin QUICK Catharina QUICK Thomas QUICK Ann QUICK -------------------- Cornelius Quick & Elizabeth Nesbit Sallie Quick & Joseph Conrad Swingle b 1-Aug-1819 Canaan Twp Wayne Co PA


Huntington County Indiana Birth Records

Name:   Wanda Hull
Father: Milton E.
Mother: Daisy M. Linvill
County: Huntington
Gender: Female
Birth:  19 Mar 1909
Ref. :  Huntington County, Indiana Index to Birth Records
        1875 - 1920 Inclusive Volume I Letters A - L
Book:   H-14
Page:   80


The Post & Mail, Columbia City, Indiana
Monday, August 04 2008
By CHRIS MEYERS

Local man killed in LaGrange County crash

     A local man was killed Friday afternoon in LaGrange County after the car he was a passenger in pulled into the path of an oncoming SUV, according to the LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department.
     Twenty-one-year-old Nicholas C. Linvill was a passenger in 20-year-old Alexander C. Klausing’s car when the wreck occurred at the intersection of state Route 9 and county Road 450 South in LaGrange County, according to the report.
     Klausing told police he came up to the intersection faster than he realized.
     His eastbound car then crossed into the path of 77-year-old Gerald B. Begue’s Jeep Liberty, which was northbound on state Route 9 and struck the passenger’s side of the car in which Linvill was riding, according to the report.
     Begue reported chest pain from the wreck, and a passenger of his suffered possible broken ribs. Klausing reported back pain.
     Police issued Klausing a ticket for failure to yield at a through highway.


Warsaw Times Union
August 6, 2008

Nicholas Carson Linvill

COLUMBIA CITY - Nicholas Carson Linvill, 21, of Columbia City, left this life Aug. 1, 2008, from injuries suffered in a traffic accident one mile from his Oliver Lake summer home, LaGrange.
    He was born April 9, 1987, in Marion, to Steven and Kathleen Linvill, who survive.
    As a junior in broadcasting and telecommunications at Ball State University, he was an on-air personality of campus radio station WCRD. At Columbia City High School, he was active in speech and debate, varsity swim team and band. He was a DeKalb County Tops 4-H winner and a 4-H exchange student to Japan, Mexico and Poland. He won many championships in showing horses, cats and baking. He was active in the LaGrange United Methodist Church presenting children's sermons. He was an avid reader and enjoyed music, video games and playing cards with friends. He especially enjoyed water sports at Oliver Lake, swimming, sailing and his jet ski. He was a loving son and loyal friend and an inspiration to all. He will be greatly missed.
    Also surviving are a sister, Katelyn, 12; two uncles, James Beaver, West Lafayette, and Tom (and spouse Nancy) Beaver, Kalamazoo, Mich.; an aunt, Ellen (and spouse Lannie) Maloney, Columbia City; a grandmother, Aimee Linvill, Columbia City; and many cousins. He was preceded in death by two grandfathers, Dr. Norman Beaver and Marshall H. Linvill, and a grandmother, Marjorie Beaver.
    Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at LaGrange United Methodist Church, 209 W. Spring St., LaGrange. Burial will be at 3 p.m. in Blue River Cemetery, Whitley County.
    Calling is from 2 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at DeMoney-Grimes Countryside Park Funeral Home, 600 Countryside Drive, Columbia City, and one hour prior to the service Thursday at the church.
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Memorials to the Columbia City Speech & Debate Team.
Condolences may be sent to www.demoneygrimes.com



Warsaw Times Union Newspaper
September 2 2008
Ruth Marie Linville

COLUMBIA CITY - Ruth Marie Linville, 90, died Aug. 30, 2008, in Wright Rehabilitation and Nursing Home, Fairborn, Ohio.
      She was born Aug. 17, 1918, to Fred and Weltha Goldie Gebert. In 1936, she married Frank W. Hoffman, who preceded her in death. She later married George Linville, who preceded her in death.
      Formerly of Kosciusko County, she lived on a farm in Whitley County until moving to Whitley Trailer Court, South Whitley, in 1987. In July 1996, she moved to the nursing home. She was a 1936 Pierceton High School graduate. She was a homemaker and worked at Eckrich Co., Fort Wayne, and Fibre Form Corp., Columbia City, in the 1960s. She was a member of American Legion Auxiliary and attended United Brethren and United Methodist churches.
      Surviving are a son, Wayne Hoffman, Bell Center, Ohio; four grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, two grandsons, a sister and a brother.
      A graveside service will be at South Park Cemetery, Columbia City, following calling from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday at DeMoney-Grimes Countryside Park Funeral Home, Columbia City.
      Memorials to the Visiting Nurse and Hospice Home, Fort Wayne. Condolences may be sent to www.demoneygrimes.com.


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