Ricks Family of Randolph Co NC
Grant & Huntington Co Indiana Notes




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John Worthington of Randolph Co NC died c 1810
John Worthington died c 1810. 
Lived at one time in Randolph Co NC.
Known descendants:
	John Worthington Jr.
	Ephraim Worthington
	Samuel Worthington
		Sarah WORTHINGTON
		Samuel WORTHINGTON
		George WORTHINGTON
		Henrey WORTHINGTON
		Eliza WORTHINGTON
		Caroline WORTHINGTON
	Jacob Worthington died c 1858 Aged 97?
		Sarah Worthington born 1792 Randolph Co NC 
	Joab Worthington
	Elizabeth Worthington m Samuel IRWIN
	Sarah Worthington m Stephen GIFFORD
	Ailse Worthington m William BRATTON
	Mary Worthington m Nathaniel POPE

My line of Descent from John Worthington

John Worthington
  Jacob Worthington
    Sarah Worthington & Warwick Davis
      Nathan Farlow Davis & Christina Ricks     
        Sarah Jane Davis & Joseph Ricks
          Daisy Ricks & Henry Bare
            Lela Bare & Walter Gradeless
              Harmon Gradeless & Donna Mort
                Donald Gradeless
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1850 Census of Guilford Co. North Carolina

Lydia Thrift Bare (wife of Isaac Bare b Aug 28 1839 - Jan 22 1917

 11  11  Green Thrift        30  M  Farmer     200 Orange NC
         Dorcas Thift        27  F                 Guilford NC
         Lydia Thrift        11  F                 Guilford NC
         Luisa F. Thrift      8  F                 Guilford NC
         Laura J. Thrift      6  F                 Guilford NC
         William Thrift       3  M                 Guilford NC
         Susanah Thrift       1  F                 Guilford NC

Milton Ricks living with his brother John Rix

163 163  John Rix            35  M  Farmer    1100 Guilford NC
         Elizabeth Rix       26  F                 Randolph NC
         Mary Rix             8  F                 Guilford NC
         Elenor Rix           6  F                 Guilford NC
         Elizabeth Rix        4  F                 Guilford NC
         James                2  M                 Guilford NC
         Milton Rix          20  M                 Randolph NC
         Christina Rix       15  F                 Randolph NC

Aletha Martha Leonard wife of Milton Ricks married on 13 Jan 1853

831 831  Joseph Leonard      50  M  Farmer     500 Guilford NC
         Nancy Leonard       41  F                    "
         James Leonard       23  M  Farmer            "
         Eli Leonard         21  M  Farmer      80    "
         William leonard     19  M  Farmer            "     I
         Althea Leonard      15  F                    "
         Frederich U Leonard 14  M                    "
         Jabez Leonard       12  M                    "
         Nancy S. Leonard    10  M                    "
         Lucinda Leonard      7  F                    "



Huntington Herald Press
July 14, 1938, Page 1

	     JOSEPH A. RICKS, 80
	    IS DEAD AT ANDREWS
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	FUNERAL SERVICES AT 2 P.M.
	  SATURDAY AT RESIDENCE

Joseph A. Ricks, aged 80, who had been ailing for a year and a half, died at 8:30 a.m. Thursday at his home on North market Street in Andrews. His illness had been serious for four days.
Born October 3, 1857, in North Carolina, to Milton & Alethea Ricks, he was married November 13, 1878 to Sarah Jane Davis who is surviving. He leaves also the following children: Mrs. Daisy G. Bare, Polk Township; Luther Ricks, Warren Township, Virgil M. Ricks, St. Louis, Mo.; Mrs. Ruth A. Vessells, Mrs. Ora B. Bodkins & Miss Ethel C. Ricks all of Andrews; a brother James Ricks, Francisville, Indiana and a sister Mrs. Mattie Chadwell, Kokomo. There are 12 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the residence with the Rev. L. R. Montgomery in charge. Interment will be at Monument City cemetery.



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BARE FUNERAL IS HELD AT MONUMENT

Funeral Services for Mrs. Lydia M. Bare we held at 1-:30 o'clock Thursday morning at Monument City. The Rev. Ira E. Long Officiating. Singers were Mr. & Mrs. C. E. Eckman and Mr. and Mrs. John Born with Mrs. Knotts at the organ. Flower bearers were Edith Anderson and Naomi Bare. Pallbearers were Charles Fults, H. M. Lambert, William Lyons, Riley Bailey, Al Hahn, and John Bradshaw. Interment was at Monument City.

[Lydia (Thirft) Bare died January 22, 1917 aged 77y 4mo 23d.]
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Huntington Herald Press
August 12, 1942, Page 1:

ANDREWS WOMAN IS
VICTIM OF ILLNESS
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MRS. SARAH JANE RICKS DIED
WEDNESDAY MORNING

Mrs. Sarah Jane Ricks, 82, died at 11 a.m. Wednesday at her home on Main Street in Andrews. She had been ill since June 1941 and was bedfast since May 11 of this year.
Mrs. Ricks was born November 10, 1859 in Grant County to Nathan & Christina Davis. Her marriage was to Joseph A. Ricks November 13, 1879. He died in 1938.
Surviving children are Mrs. Henry Bare, Polk township; Luther Ricks, Fowlerton; Mrs. D. L. Vessells, and Mrs. Noah Bodkins, Andrews, Virgil Ricks, St. Louis, Mo., and Miss Ethel Ricks at home. There are twelve grandchildren and nine great-grand-children. A brother, Cyrus Davis, lived at Fairmont and a sister is Mrs. S. M. Karn of Cuba, N.M.
Mrs. Ricks lived in Andrews for 25 years. She was a member of the Wesleyan Methodist church at Monument City.
The body will be returned to the home in Andrews where friends may call and where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday with the Rev. Glenn E. Wagner of North Manchester Officiating.
Burial will be at the Monument City Cemetery.

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Huntington Co Death Records:

Lydia M. Bare
D	January 22, 1917, Polk Township 77y 4m 23d
B	August 28, 1839
P	Wm. Thrift, N.C.
H	Isaac H. Bare

Sarah Jane Ricks
D	August 12, 1942, Andrews  82y 9m 2d
B	November 10, 1859, Grant County, Indiana
H.	Joseph A. Ricks, Widowed
P	Nathan Davis, N.C.; Christina Davis, N.C.

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Index to Birth Records, Huntington County, Indiana, 1875-1920, WPA

Bare Agnes Leota     Henry E.  Daisie G. Ricks  F W Nov 16 1909 H14 104
Bare Albert [Joseph] Henry E.  ------ Ricks     M W Oct  7 1905 H12  28
Bare Daisy Maude     Henry E.  Daisy G. Ricks   F W Jun 11 1912 H15  66
Bare David Oliver    Henry     Daisy Ricks      M W Oct 19 1918 H17  44
Bare Edna            Henry E.  Daisy G. Ricks   F W Sep 22 1908 H14  58
Bare Wardner A.      Henry E.  Daisy G. Ricks   M W Aug  1 1915 H16  69
Bare Carl [Chester]  Henry     Daisy Ricks      M W Apr 19 1907 H13  24
Bare [Walter Henry]  Henry     Daisy Ricks      M W Jul 22 1920 

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Index to Supplemental Record Marriage Transcript 
Huntington County, Indiana, 1882-1940

Bride/Groom	Father	 Mother        S C AG  DATE       Book Page
Bare Henry E.	Isaac A.  Lida Thrift   M A 41 Apr 23 1904   A-6  29
Bare Linden S	Isaac	 ---- Thrift   M W 24 Jan 31 1890   A-1 282
Bare Louzena	Isaac	 ---- Thrift   F W 21 Jan  1 1886   A-1 163
Bare Minnie	Isaac	 ---- Thrift   F W 20 Oct 26 1889   A-1 271
Bare Phoebe	Isaac	 Lydia Thrift  F W 23 Sep 27 1894   A-4  14

Ricks Daisy	Joseph	 Jane Davis    F W 25 Apr 23 1904   A-6  29
Ricks Ora B.	Joseph C  Sarah J Davis F W 18 Feb 20 1909   A-8  22

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Huntington County Indiana Marriage Records compiled by Ruth M. Slevin

  1 Oct 1859   Thrift, Marthena            Bare Isaac A.       C-14
  1 Jan 1886   Bare, Louzena               Leedy, Stephen H.   H-446
 26 Oct 1889   Bare, Minnie                Owen, Elmer         J-225
 31 Jun 1890   Owen, Mattie E.             Bare, Linden L.     J-267
 27 Sep 1894   Bare, Phoebe                Anderson, Charles   K-292


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1850 Indiana Census
Ricks, Elijah		Dearborn   	557
Ricks, Elisa		Perry       	803
Ricks, Lawrence		Elkhart		118
Ricks, Louisa		Perry		805

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17th Century Isle of Wight County Virginia by John Bennett Boddie, Baltimore, 1959

Wills and Adm of Isle of Wight Co VA Book 1 1647-1719
P37  Abstract will of Michael MacQuinary, youngest son Barnabie 
                                          edlest son John died Apr 15, 1686 1686
P59  witness was Barnaby McKinnie 1700
P71  bond signed by Benjamin Ricks
p85  Will of John Rickes died Sep 8 1711
P109 will of Micahel MacQuinney record Oct 24, 1686

Wills and Adm of Isle of Wight Co VA Book 1I 1719-1760
P3   Will of Jeremiah Exum died sep 3, 1712 recorded Mar 28 1720
P20-21 Will of Isaac Ricks died Sep 26, 1721 recorded April 27, 1723
P29  Will of Ann Exum died Feb 3, 1727 recorded March 27 1727
P29  Appraisl of Ann Exum Apr 24, 1727 
P53  will of James Rickes died April 7, 1730 recorded July 27, 1730
P53  Inventory of James Rickes Aug 24, 1730
p53  Appraisal of James Rickes Sep 28, 1730

NC historicla and Genealogical Register Vol 1 No 1 Jan 1900
P 470 Barnaby McKinne to Isaace Ricks died of gife to his son-in-law
	 Query concerning sister of Patience Lane.
p 91  Jeremiah Exaum and Ann land transfer

Personal letter from aunt.  Edith Bare Wilson, Andrews IN 
grandaughter of Joseph & Sarah Jane Davis.

1850 Census Guilford Co NC,  Green Thrift, John Rix, Joseph Leonard

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1880 Census Inhabitants in Fairmount Township in the County of Grant, State of Indiana 
	enumerated by me on the 21st day of June 1880.
140 143 Davis, Nathan 	W M 47			Work on Farm	North Carolina	NC NC
	----, Ruth	W F 18	Daughter    	Keeping Home	Indiana		NC NC
	----, Cyrus	W M 12	Son		Works on Farm	Indiana		NC NC 
	----, Susan	W F   8	Daugher		at home		Indiana		NC NC
	----, Martha	W F   5	Daugher				Indiana		NC NC

1880 Census Inhabitants in Jefferson Township in the County of Grant, State of Indiana 
enumerated by me on the 14th day of June 1880.	(very difficult to read script)

144 Ricks, Aletha  W F ?           Keepinghouse  N.C.		N.C.	N.C.
           Anna    W F 24 Daughter               N.C.		N.C.	N.C.
145        Joseph  W M 22 Son      Farmer        N.C.		N.C.	N.C.
           Jane    W F 20 Wife                   Ind.		N.C.	N.C.
           John    W M 18 Son      Farmer        N.C.		N.C.	N.C.
           James   W M 12 Son      At Home       N.C.		N.C.	N.C.
           Ellen   W F 15 Daughter At Home       N.C.		N.C.	N.C.
           Martha  W F  9 Daugher  At Home       Ind.		N.C.	N.C.
           Henry   W M  7 Son                    Ind.		N.C.	N.C.

1880 Census Inhabitants in  (Mill ???) Township in the County of Grant, State of Indiana 
enumerated by me on the 15th day of June 1880.
(very difficult to read script)  
[ages could be 37, 39, 57, or 59, wife could be 32, 33, 52, or 53]

193 193 Ricks, James     W M 57  Farmer	               Ohio    N.C. N.C.
               Mille     W F 52  Wife     keepinghouse Ohio    N.C. N.C.
               James R.  W M 15  Son      at Home      Indiana Ohio Ohio   attended school 
               Mary J.   W F 12  Daughter at Home      Indiana Ohio Ohio   attended school

1880 Census Inhabitants in Center Township in the County of Grant, State of Indiana 
enumerated by me on the 17th & 18th day of June 1880.

134 135	Rix, Joseph R.	W M 37     	married	Farm Laboerer	Ohio	N.C.	N.C.
	        Alice	W F 26	Wife 	married	keeping house	Indiana	Ohio 	Ohio
	        May	W F  6	Daughter   			Indiana	Ohio	Indiana
	        Joy	W F  4	Daughter   			Indiana	Ohio	Indiana
	        Grace	W F  2	Daughter   			Indiana	Ohio	Indiana
	        Baby	W F 3/12 Feby Daughter			Indiana	Ohio	Indiana
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Kokomo Tribune, Saturday 8 May 1948, page 11
 
MRS. MARTHA R. CHADWELL
Mrs. Martha Ricks Chadwell, 78, died at 11:45 o'clock Saturday morning at her home, 1810 North Market street, where she had lived many yeas. Death resulted from the infirmities of age. She was the widow of Jesse Chadwell who died in 1923. She was born in July 1866 at High Point, NC and was the last survivor of her parents' family. Surviving are a son and three daughters. C. Russell Chadwell of Kokomo, Mrs. Lillian Cross of Marlon, Ind., Miss Letha Chadwell of Dekalb, Ill., and Mrs. Mae McKee of Goshen. Two children are deceased. The body is at the Ellers Mortuary and funeral services will be held in the chapel there at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Register of Marriage Certificates recorded in Montgomery County Ohio 
July 26, 1803 to July 20, 1851 by Lindsay M. Brien
RICKS, Levi - Elizabeth DILL	Apr. 17, 1828


Cass County Indiana

Index to Marriage Records Cass County, Indiana, 1850-1920, WPA
Ricks, Henry    	Belle, Bowman   	Aug 4 1894	15-13
Ricks, James M  	Ida I. Conner    	Dec 18 1885	11-35


Grant County Indiana

Grant County Indiana Marriage Records 1831-1882, by Ruth M. Slevin, 1974:

RICKS, Belinda	 11 Jun 1870	Nelson, George W	  4-318
RICKS, John  	  1 Feb 1872	Lucas, Miranda J.	  4-486
RICKS, Joseph H.  16 Sep 1871	Smith, Susan	  4-431
RICKS, Jourdan	 10 June 1871	Nelson, Mary M. E.  4-405

RIX, Anna    	 7 Jan 1880	Furnish, Absolom	  6-400
RIX, Elizabeth	 3 Mar 1853	Barley, Jacob	  C-431
RIX, John   	31 Aug 1848	Melson, Milla	  C-239
RIX, Jordan	11 Mar 1852	Fentrel?, Martha A	  C-374
RIX, Joseph	19 Apr 1875	McFerren, Alice	  5-280
RIX, Lucinda	21 May 1865	Garrison, Reuben  	 3A-264
RIX, Sarah	28 Sep 1854	Elwood, Benjamin F. 3-74

Grant County Indiana Marriage Records 1831-1882, by Ruth M. Slevin, 1974:

RICKS, Isabelle	18 Sep 1897	Pully Newton	 11-547
RICKS, Isadora	18 Sep 1897	Scott, Larue	 11-454
RICKS, James R.	13 Apr 1891	Smith, Nancy E.	  9-217
RICKS, John M.	17 Oct 1897	Cross, Sarah A.	 11-470
RICKS, Mary J.	10 Nov 1887	Murphy, Jeremiah	  8-223
RICKS, Mattie	16 Dec 1890	Cross, John E. 	  9-145
RICKS, Millie	 5 Jan 1893	Marine, Jesse	  9-356
RIX, Ida M.	26 Jan 1892	Matrick, Charles	  9-364
RIX, Leonie P.	21 Oct 1893	Persinger, Frank L	 10-139
RIX, Serena M.	 7 Jan 1896	Eisenhardt, Philip	 11-55
RIX, Madison	19 Jan 1889	Brewer, Ida	  8-434
WRIX, Marinda	 8 Jan 1887	Nealy, Lincoln	  8-116


Howard County Indiana

Index to Death Records Howard Co. Indiana, 1875-1920; WPA
Ricks, Henry L.	M W	45	Feb 21 1919	Kokomo	CH17-63

Index to Birth Records Howard Co. Indiana 1875-1920, WPA:
Ricks Wayne	Omer	Elsa William 	M 	W	Aug 21 1915	H11-66
Rix (twins)	James	Ida Comer   	M	W	Feb 9 1901	H-6-24
Rix (twins)	James	Ida Comer   	M	W	Feb 9 1901	H-6-24

Index to Names of Persons and of Firms, Howard Co. Indiana, WPA, 1941:
Ricks, Richard J. d. 1884, B 140, M 1: 190
  Key  B 077.201 H83b  Blanchard, Charles, Counties of Howard and Tipton IN 1883.
  Key  M 977.201 H83m  Morrow, Jackson, History of Howard County, Indiana Bowen, 2 Vol.


Huntington County Indiana
Index to Supplemential Record Marriage Transcript
Huntington County, Indiana 1852-1920:
Ricks Daisy	Joseph     Jane Davis     F W 25   Apr 23 1904	A6-29
Ricks, Ora B.	Joseph C.  Sarah J Davis  F W 18   Feb 20 1909	A-8 22 


Madison County Indiana

Index to Birth Records, Madison County, Indiana 1882-1920, WPA
Ricks, Clayton E  Willis C  Luella Carpenter M W  Feb 16 1912	H-9-21
Ricks,            Fred      Mary Hussey      F W  Apr 20 1904	CH-1-13
Ricks,            Fred      Mary Hussey      F W  Apr  4 1905	1CH-4-30

Index to Marriage Records, Madison County, Indiana, 1880-1920, WPA
Ricks, Frederick  	Mary Hussey	June 29 1903 	11-215
Ricks, Myrtle    	Owen Swain	Nov 28 1900	 9-253

Index to Supplemental Marriage Transcripts
Madison County, Indiana, 1895-1920, WPA
Ricks Frederic  Peter  Octavia Hutchinson   M W 23   Jun 29 1903   W-7-8
Ricks Myrtle    Levi   Harriet Dudley       F W 21   Nov 28 1900   W-5-13

Index to Death Records, Madison County, Indiana 1882-1920, WPA
Ricks J B      M W 75    Feb 6 1909     Anderson	CH-8-24


Miami County Indiana

Index to Miami County, Indiana, Offical Marriage Records 1921-1979 
by Carla Ann Burtha 1981

Ricks, Alpha Virgil     Lavera Monroe           8 Apr 1906	 4 Jun 1927
Ricks, Ethel C.         Floyd E. Craven        10 Aug 1898	13 Feb 1923
Ricks, Lucile           Robert Scott           15 Mar 1919	23 Apr 1937
Ricks, Mary M.          William Balsbaught Jr.  1 Jan 1898	14 Feb 1923
Ricks, Shirley Louise   Paul Winfred Purcell   30 Apr 1937	 6 Feb 1963


Pulaski County Indiana

Index to Birth Records, Pulaski County, Indiana 1882-1920, WPA
Ricks, Orland J.   Lester L.  Loretta Butcher   M W  Oct 24 1919    H-6-75
Ricks, Virla       Omer       Elsie Williams    F W  Nov 13 1908   H4-32-33

Index to Death Record Pulaski County Indiana 1882-1920, WPA
Ricks, Waldo D.    	M W 	1 Yr 	Jan 30 1923	Pulaski Co.	H-4-7

Index to Marriage Record Pulaski County Indiana 1840-1920, WPA
Ricks Lester L.	Lorretta G. Butcher	Jun 10 1910	C-L-123
Ricks Omer M.	Elsie Williams		Jul 16 1908	C-H-207
Ricks Ona     	George Blaze		Jan 19 1916	C-K-96


Putnam County Indiana

Index to Marriage Record Putnam County, Indiana 1850-1920, WPA
Ricks Henry		Lizzie E Gill	Jun  3 1900	10-128
Ricks, John		Sarah Dodd	Apr 11 1883	 7-146


Tipton County Indiana

Tipton County Indiana Marriage Records Data 1871-1905 by Marietta F. Henry 1995:
10-195  RICKS, Lena G., 29, m. William F. Frazee, 26; 24 Dec 1903
 7-153  RICKS, Lillie G., 18, m. Mancel Leisure, 23; 3 Sep. 1890; ms (1888-1896 p.29 #13)
 9-176  RICKS, Mrs. Octavia G. (Hutchinson), 51, m. William Bowen, 57; 
               2 Nov. 1899 (m.a.  1896-1900 Set 30)
11-124  RICKS, Wilson C., 33, m. Louie Carpenter, 27; 23 Dec 1905; (m.a. same page)

Tipton County Indiana Marriage 1870-1905 by Ruth M. Slevin
7-153	3 Sep 1890-	LEISURE, Mancel		RICKS, Lillie G.
 9-176	2 Nov 1899	BOWEN, William		RICKS, Octavia G.
10-195	23 Dec 1903	FRAZEE, William F.    	Ricks, Tena G.

Tipton County Indiana Death Records genealogicla Data Data 1897-1907 by Marietta F. Henry 1992
Hutcherson, Thoams J. b. 23 Sept. 1874 IN; d. 9 Dec. 1904; age 30;
 survived by wife, Mollie (Hall) Mutcherson,; son of David T. Hutcherson
 b. VA and Phoebe (Ricks) Hutcherson, b. IN; bu. Elwood Cem., Madison Co., IN.
Biographical and Genealogical History of Cass, Miami, Howard and Tipton Counties, Indiana Page 936-939
David T. Hutcherson This substantial farmer and well known citizen has been a resident of Tipton County, Indiana for a period of twenty-five years. The salient point in his life history are herewith presented and are not without interest, showing, as they do, what can be accomplished by a poor boy who starts out in life with only pluck and energy for capital.
Davie T. Hutcherson was born in Mecklinburg, Virginia, April 22, 1842, son of Elijah and Mary E. (Nethery) Hutcherson, both native of the Old Dominion, he of Scotch descent and she of Irish lineage. Eight Children composed their family, six of whom are now living, namely: Sarah, widow of John Giles, is a resident of Graves county, Kentucky; David T., whose name introduces this sketch; William E., of Walnut Grove Farm, near Wichita, Kansas, Octavia, widow of Peter Ricks, of Wild Cat township, Tipton County, Indiana; Daniel N., of St. Louis, Missouri; and George G., of Greenfield, Tennessee. Elijah Hutcherson, the father, was a tailor and worked at his trade in Chatham, Virginia, near which place he was reared. There he reared his family and lived for many years. Late in life he removed to Rocky Mount, Virginia, where he died at the age of fifty-six years, in 1867. During the ware between the north and the south he was a member of Company C, Forty-sixth Virginia Confederate Infantry, and served twelve months as a private. He was then honorably discharged on account of his age. His widow is still living, now a resident of Greenfield, Tennessee, and is about eighty years of age. They were both members of the Baptist church, but since her husband's death she has united with the Christian church, of which she is still a consistent member.
Of the Grandparents of our subject, we record that his grandfather, Jeremiah Hutcherson, was one of the first settlers of Pittslvania county, Virginia. As above indicate, the Hutchersons are of Scotch origin. Jeremiah Hutcherson was by occupation a farmer, served in the war of 1812 and lived to a venerable age. he was twice married. By his first wife he had one daughter, by his second wife five sons. The maternal grandfather of our subject was James Nethery. He was a prosperous farmer, owning a large plantation in Mecklenburg county, Virginia, where nearly all his life was spent and where in died at an advanced age. His forefathers were Irish. He had two daughters. Both the grandmothers of our subject lived to extreme old age.
David T. Hutcherson left home at the age of twelve years and started out to make his own way in the world. His educational advantage were meager. While at home he attended school during the winter in a log-cabin school-house, which was fitted up in the primitive style, with slab benches and with greased paper for windows. At an early age young Hutcherson developed a great fancy for stock, and on leaving home he went to what is now West Virginia and work for stock-mean for a few years. In 1859 he boated on Kanawha river for six months, and his next employment was in an oil factory, where he continued until April, 1861, when the factory shut down. He then enlisted in Company C, Forty-sixth Virginia Confederate Volunteer Infantry, and served until the close of the war. He was captured nine days before General Lee's surrender, at the battle of Hatcher's Run, and was imprisoned at Point Lookout, Maryland, until June 11, 1865. In all his service he was never wounded, but was shot through his clothes several times. He entered the army as a private, was subsequently made corporal and still later promoted to the rank of sergeant. Among the battles in which he participated were those of Cotton Hill, Fort Donelson, and several Skirmishes in front of Richmond. He helped to guard Fort Sumter in the winter 1863-4. IN April of the latter year he was with his command, under Whiting, going north, when they met Beauregard, between Richmond and Petersburg, where they had an engagement with the Union forces, lasting three days, the Confederates being victorious. Following this he was at the siege of Petersburg, and, as above recorded, was captured and imprisoned.
Mr. Hutchinson returned home to Chatham, Virginia, in June, 1863, and in the fall of that year came west to Indiana, locating first in Henry county, where he was employed by the day or month at farm work for a time. From this he turned his attention to ditching, taking contracts, and being thus occupied three years. Renting a farm in Henry county, he then settled down to farming and farmed and treaded in that county until the fall of 1873 when he came to Tipton county. His first location in this county was near Curtisville, in Madison township, where he bought a nine-years lease of a farm. At the end of eight years he rented that farm and bought three small farms in the same township, which, however, he soon afterward sold. In 1881 he came to Wild Cat township and purchased his present farm of one hundred and sixty acres, in section 17, on which he has made valuable improvements which has since been his home. its location being five miles and a half southeast of Windfall. He also owns another tract of one hundred and sixty acres not far distant. thus, by honest, earnest toil and good management, he has acquired a valuable property.
December 15, 1868, Mr. Hutcherson married Miss Phebe Ricks, daughter of Levi and Elizabeth (Dills) Ricks, the former a native of North Carolina and the latter of Ohio. Nine children were born to them, six sons and three daughters, vix.: Benjamin Franklin, Charles W., Eva, Thomas J., Cora E., Sidora, John R., Grover Cleveland, and Guy L., Benjamin F and Eva each died at about the age of one year. Charles W., married Florence Basbinder, lives on a farm in Wild Cat township, and has three children Arthur, Cecil Bryan, and Emma C. Thomas J. was in the regular army for about nineteen months, but is now at home, engaged in farming. Cora E. married Edward Gill, of Wild Cat township, and they have one child, Leo. Sidora is the wife of Omer Leisure and lives in Grant county Indiana. The three youngest children are at home. Mrs. Hutcherson is a member of the Society of Friends. Fraternally Mr. Hutcherson is identified with Windfall Lodge No. 334, F & A. M., and politically he is a Democrat. He served for eleven years as a justice of the peace.
Wabash County Indiana

Marriage Records Wabash County Indiana, 1900-1925: 
Wabash Carnegie Public Library, Wabash Indiana, 1983:
App Date    Lic Date      Bride           Groom	      BK-Page
Feb 27 1922  Feb 27 1922  Cammie Cuskey   James Ricks   App 13-417


From Jean M James : ljjames@turbotek.net:

Jean M. James
4613 Norcross Ct. SE,
Olympia, Washington 98501.

Also, I have the following from "The Union" newspaper, 
Hendricks Co., IN, 12 June 1875:
"Two marriage licenses for the week past: Smith H. Davis 
to Martha Kesler, James H. Russell to Mary Ricks."
 
From Hendricks Co., IN marriage records:  
1. James S. Russell to Elizabeth Spaulding, 29 March 1865
2. James Russell to Elizabeth Ricks, 25 July 1871
3. James H. Russell to Mary Ricks, 8 June 1875
4. Francis G. Wood to Mattie Ricks, 31 July 1884
 
Let me know if you would like any copies of the above.
 
Query
Searching for information on Nathan Farlow DAVIS and his wife Christina RICKS (RIX) who married 1857 in Randolph Co NC and moved to Grant Co IN. Nathan & Christa DAVIS had a daughter Sarah Jane DAVIS born Nov 10 1859 in Grant Co IN. Donald Gradeless, 2655 Fairview Lane, Brookfield, WI 53045-4117 E-mail: DrG@execpc.com Homepage http://my.execpc.com/~drg



MORGAN COUNTY INDIANA 
1880 FEDERAL CENSUS INDEX OF HOUSEHOLDS

Copyright 1996 Morgan County Public Library

This is a head of household index to the 1880 Federal Census for
 Morgan County.  Begun by  Leonard Coffey in the 1980s, 
it was completed by Janice Enk and Dale Drake in 1994.  
Use the enumeration district, page number and household to 
find the individual in the 1880 Census microfilm.

SURNAME   FIRST NAME  E.D. PAGE  HOUSEHOLD  AGE BPLACE    TOWNSHIP
RICKS     Joseph      263   16        151  24   NC        Monroe
RIX       Harriet     262   13        122  55   NC        Brown
RIX       Milton      262   13        120  23   NC        Brown

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Early Land Records of Washington Township 25 Range 8
  Grant County Indiana

15 April 1837       Levi Ricks              12        40

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GRANT CO
MOUNT HOPE CEMETERY

    This name may or may not have significance when we know that it is the
    name applied to the cemetery which is a part of the institution known
    as "The County Home."  This is the county home, that provided for the
    care of it's indigent poor.

    The first County farm was in Franklin Township.  Jonathan Seegar was
    one of the committee appointed to select and buy a farm so that
    Grant County would not be remiss in its duty to its helpless poor.
    This farm was purchased and a two story brick building was erected in
    1855.  This house stands on the north side of an east and west road.
    The cemetery lay to the east of the house facing what is now an
    extension of Western Avenue of the City of Marion.  Since no stones or
    markers are placed at pauper graves, this God's Acre was forgotten for
    (by) the County when the farm had been removed to Mill Township.
    While constructing the new by-pass in 1940 workmen uncovered human
    bones which were supposed to be those of former Grant County citizens.
    Mount Hope, of today, is on county land lying west of the new infirmary
    which is directly north of Gas City.  The indigent poor find their final
    rest in this place which is kept in very good condition by the manager
    of the institution.

    This was written by the DAR in the 1940's.

    The Grant County "Poor Farm" or "Potters Field" was first established
    on the west side of Marion, about what is now known as 16th Street and
    the 9 & 37 Bypass in 1855.  Or what in 1995 is currently the K-Mart
    location.

    The second Home for the Poor in Grant County was constructed in 1889
    on a farm north of Gas City in the N.W. 1/4 of Section # 27, near the
    location of the Griffin Mill on Walnut Creek.  To my knowledge no list
    was ever kept of the indigent poor of this county that may have passed
    on while living at the 1st "Poor Farm".  But recently I have discovered
    a list of persons who died during the period of 1904 and 1954 at the
    second location of the "Poor Farm" or Grant County Infirmary or
    Old Folks Home which are just a few of the names this home for the
    indigent of the county lived.  The cemetery was plowed up and corn was
    planted on top of the graves.  But renewed interest in the past of our
    county caused a public outcry about the condition of the cemetery known
    as Mount Hope.  So the area was fenced in and grass was seeded.
    There is a sign at this location that only states the name of Mount Hope.
    No stones or markers are there.

    A modern building was erected in 1973, and the old home on Garthwaite
    Road was torn down.  Burials do not take place at the home now.
    I believe they are mostly taken care of at the I.O.O.F. in Marion,
    which is presently called by the name of "Estates of Serenity".
    The following list was donated to the Indiana History & Genealogy Dept.
    of the Marion Public Library, Marion, Indiana in 1994 by Mildred I.
    Taylor.  How this list was obtained is unknown.  The list contains 107
    names of people that are buried at the Grant Co. Home
    (this would be from the second Grant County Home) on Garthwaite Road.


    Ricks,
        John                1863 - 7/3/1936


Grant Co. Deaths Book #8, Page 177: July 1928-Dec 1937 Grant County Health Department, 401 South Adams Street, Marion, IN 46953 Name: John Ricks Sex: Male Date of Birth: May 20, 1862 Place of Birth: S. Carolina Date of Death: 7-3-36 Place of Death: Co. Infirmary Name of Father: Milton Ricks Birthplace of Father: South Carolina Name of Mother: Leatha Rhodes Birthplace of Mother S. Carolina Cause of Death: Endocarditis Buried: County Infirmary Funeral Home Fraulk & Joy Registed Number 609 Physician Aaron D. Burge

---------------------------------------------- Grant County Indiana Puckett/Howe Cemetery HOWE/PUCKETT CEMETERY "The wife of John Howe was the first person to be buried in the Howe cemetery July 27, 1837." This is from the Grant County History of 1885. This is the only record of Mrs. Howe since no stone marks her last resting place in this small cemetery. It was at that time, the old history says, "in the woods." Members of the family say that this land was donated by one of the Howes for burial purposes. A church of the Disciples denomination is near by. This cemetery is not well kept altho it is in use at this time. Located in Center Township east of Marion in Section # 14 near the village of Puckett. The above was written by the DAR in the 1940's. Howe/Puckett Cemetery Ricks, Martha wife of James Ricks died Nov. 28, 1860 aged 43 years William Henry son of J. & M. Ricks died Apr. 16, 1860 aged 1y.3m.11d. Rix, John died Dec. 16, 1889 aged 62y.7m.19d. Martha Ann wife of J. Rix died Sept. 13, 1859 aged 25y.3m.2d. Milla M. wife of John Rix died Feb. 5, 1890 aged 62y.1m.5d. --------------------------------------------------- Elkhart, IN 1850 Federal Census 18 795 817 RICKS Laurence 66 M Farmer 1,000 PA 19 795 817 RICKS Mrs 67 F PA 20 796 818 RICKS Daniel 29 M Farmer OH ------------------------------------------------------ Grant County Indiana GRIFFIN/FUTRELL This small plot is located on the ground that was once owned by a pioneer family named Griffin, the knoll overlooks a valley which slopes down to the Mississinewa River as it passes the U.S. Veterans Facility. To the north east is Griffin Chapel and the now abandoned Griffin School-house. The family of Futrell used this spot as a burial ground and that name is sometimes given to it. Many sunken spots speak eloquently of a forgotten citizen. Some of the stones lie flat upon the ground. Many of the small foot stones bearing the initials of the deceased are scattered about. One wooden marker is left but time has erased any markings it may have had. The marker erected to the memory of James Griffin lies flat upon the ground. It is a fine example of the tombstone style of the 60's. The dimensions being about four feet long, two feet wide and three inches thick. Of plain white marble it has on the top a pair of clasped hands. The inscription is on a carved shield and a spray of ivy leaves are at the bottom of the shield. Another monument has a hand holding a vase of flowers, while two children's graves are marked with a slab ornamented with a lamb lying down. A large granite monument of modern design marks the Futrell family plot. Whitson's history says of James Griffin "he built a flatboat loaded it with his team and other possessions and poled it from Ridgeville to Mittank's Ford in Jefferson Township. He later sold his property and built a saw mill on Walnut Creek near Marion. He was a soldier of the War of 1812 and fought in the Battle of Tippecanoe." The above was written by the DAR in the 1940's. "This old family cemetery is located near the top of the hill at 'Tator Row', and is west of the Garthwaite Road near the location of the Griffin home, on the east bank of the Mississinewa River almost directly across from the Veteran's Facility, on the west bank of the Mississinewa River." "This cemetery was severly damaged by the Palm Sunday tornado of 11 Apr. 1965 that crossed Grant County with complete destruction in its path." I visited this cemetery in the summer of 1996. It is located in the N.E. 1/4 of Section 21, Twp 24 N. Range 8 E. I am not sure how this area got the name of 'Tator Row', but it's location is 3/10 of a mile south of 38th Street just off the Garthwaite Rd. On the west side of the road is a very long lane back to 3 or 4 residences, the lane doesn't have a number. The cemetery sits on a small wooded knoll about a tenth of mile back off Garthwaite Rd., overlooking a valley that slopes down to the Mississinewa River on the west and Brookhaven Lake and sub-division to the north. The family that owns the ground keeps up the cemetery as best they can. There is just not much left of this sacred ground today. Griffin Chapel and School are now gone, in the name of progress. In the 1940's, twenty graves had been recorded, now there are only 8 stones. I wander if the tornado knocked down trees and drove these stones into the ground, or perhaps actually carried away some of them. I didn't find even one footstone, which I thought was rather unusual. The Futrell plot seems to be almost all that has escaped total destruction, save for James Griffin. His stone is probably still there because of the size of it. But it too, is lying on the ground. Mary (Ricks) Futrell was buried in this cemetery. She was the daughter of Jordan Ricks and Nancy (Griffin) Ricks and wife of Michael Futrell. Mary was born Dec. 4, 1813 in Ohio and died Jan. 3, 1904 in Grant Co., Indiana. Her death certificate states she was buried in the Griffin Cemetery 6 Jan. 1904. The Futrells as well as the Ricks and Griffins all migrated from North Carolina through Clinton Co., Ohio and on to Grant Co., Indiana together. As you can see from the above mentioned Mary Futrell they were all related. Mary's mother Nancy was a sister of James Griffin who is buried in this cemetery. I found one monument without a name on it and also in the 1940's there was a wooden cross with no name left on it. Either, could have been for Mary Futrell, now one can only speculate. *Denotes a stone not found at this time. GRIFFIN/FUTRELL CEMETERY Burson, * William R. died June 28, 1866 aged 22y.11m.23d. Futrell, Christina A. wife of Joseph Futrell 1841 - 1865 Isaiah son of M. & M. Futrell died Feb. 21, 1860 aged 9y.4m.21d. S/S with Michael and Mary Manda A. 1862 - 1864 Martin died Aug. 11, 1889 aged 23y.5m.18d. Mary dau of M. & M. Futrell died Aug. 17, 1854 aged 1y.1m.26d. S/S with Isaiah and Michael Mary J. 1860 - 1862 Michael died Oct. 6, 1888 aged 77y.11m.24d. S/S with Isaiah and Mary * _____ dau of J. & C.A. Futrell died ___ 1, 186_ aged 2y.3m.27d. (this marker is broken and the figures effaced) Gabe, * Thomas June 8, 1806 - Nov. 16, 1887 Griffin, * Eliza Jane dau of John and Mary J. Griffin died Feb. 2, 1869 aged 2y.3m.26d. * Ella Belle dau of John and Mary J. Griffin died Oct. 19, 1866 aged 8m.13d. * Infant son of R. & E. Griffin died Dec. 12, 1851 James died May 14, 1862 aged 78y.8m.11d. * Maria dau of R. & E. Griffin died May 4, 1852 aged 7m.4d. * Martin son of R. & E. Griffin died Dec. 19, 1847 aged 4y.8d. Morris, * Caleb died Mar. 10, 1858 aged 56y.11m.23d. Poe, * Elizabeth died April 29, 1872 aged 77y.4m.4d. * Gabriel P. died June 2, 1872 aged 77y.7m.1d. Stafford, * Sarah wife of Samuel Stafford died April 8, 1870 aged 64y.7m.20d. ------------------------------------------------- Fort Wayne Land Office Entries, 1823-1852 Ricks, Levi 1837/4/13 _________________________________________ John LOUDER born 1732, Guilford County ied 1819, Virginia Married Hannah ------ ----- 1. Catharine LOWDER 2. Caleb LOWDER 3.+John LOWDER born 29 Jun 1762, N.C. Died 1 May 1839, Guilford County, N.C. Married Sarah ----- ----- ABT. 1790 A.+Nancy LOWDER born c1803, Guilford County Died 1864, Guilford County Married Joseph LEONARD 29 Jul 1820 born c 1797, Guilford County, N.C. died: 1858, Guilford County 1.+Joab LEONARD born 11 Feb 1824, Guilford County, N.C. died: 19 Mar 1909, Guilford County, N.C. buried Springfield Friends Church - High Point Married 20 Aug 1846, Guilford County, N.C. to Susanah HAINEY A. Charles A. LEONARD B. James O. LEONARD C. John LEONARD born 1852, Guilford County, N.C. died before 1900 Married Priscilla HARM in Aug 1870 1. Belle LEONARD 2.+John LEONARD 3. Charles LEONARD 4.+William Henry LEONARD 5. Cora LEONARD 6.+Eddie LEONARD 7.+Winfield F. LEONARD 8.+Jennie LEONARD D. William LEONARD E. Susanah LEONARD F. Joan LEONARD 2.+Eli LEONARD 3. James LEONARD 4. William LEONARD 5. Aletha LEONARD born c 1837 Guilford County married Milton Ricks A. Anna Ricks b 1856 NC B. Mattie Ricks C. Joseph Ricks b 1858 m 1879 Sarah Jane Davis b 1-Nov-1859 Grant Co IN daughter of Nathan Farlow & Sarah (Worthington) Davis. D. John b c 1861 NC E. . Ellen b c 1864 NC F James b c 1868 N.C. G. Martha b c 1870/71 Ind. H. Henry b c 1873 Ind 6. Frederick U. LEONARD 7. Henry L. LEONARD 8. Jabez B. LEONARD 9. Lucinda LEONARD B. Joel LOWDER C. Solomon LOWDER D. John LOWDER E. Nathan LOWDER F. Elizabeth LOWDER G. William LOWDER H. Sarah LOWDER 4. Mary LOWDER 5. Joseph LOWDER 6. Ralph LOWDER 7. Rebekah LOWDER 8. Samuel LOWDER 9. William LOWDER 10. Hannah LOWDER 11. Job LOWDER 12. Joshua LOWDER 13. Nathan LOWDER CALL NUMBER US/CAN BOOK AREA 929.273 L926b AUTHOR: Bowden, Ernestine Loudder (Velma Ernestine Loudder), 1923- TITLE: Louder & Lowder & Loudder / by Ernestine Loudder Bowden. PUBLICATION INFORMATION: Austin, Tex. : Nortex Press, c1990. COPYRIGHT: 1990 FORMAT: 295 p. : ill., geneal. tab., maps, ports. ; 29 cm. CONTENTS A genealogy and a history of the descendants of John Lowder/Louder born before 1738 in England. He married Hannah. They were living in New Jersey in 1760. Includes Petty, Murphy, Denney, Denny, and related families. US/CAN ADDITIONAL FORMATS FICHE AREA Also on microfiche. Salt Lake City : Filmed by ------------- 6100561 the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1992. 4 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm. THIS RECORD FOUND UNDER 1. Louder 2. Lowder 3. Loudder 4. Petty 5. Murphy 6. Denney 7. Denny CALL NUMBER US/CAN BOOK AREA 929.273 L951h AUTHOR: Hurley, W. N. (William Neal), 1924-. TITLE; Lowder families in America : being an account of the descendants of the Quakers John Lowder, born c.1738 in North Carolina and his wife, Hannah Lowder, born c.1735 in North Carolina / William Neal Hurley, Jr.. PUBLICATION INFORMATION: Bowie, Md. : Heritage Books, c1996. FORMAT: x, 394 p. : ill., ports. NOTES: Author taken from cover. CONTENTS: John and Hannah Lowder of Guilford County, North Carolina were the parents of thirteen children: Catherine (July 17, 1758, and died June 30, 1760), Caleb (Sept. 2, 1760), John, Jr. (June 29, 1762), Mary (Aug. 2, 1764), Joseph (June 19, 1766), Ralph (May 8, 1768), Rebecca (Mar. 15, 1770), Samuel (Jan. 17, 1772), William (June 29, 1773), Hannah (Aug. 8, 1774), Job (July 25, 1776), Joshua (June 14, 1778) and Nathan (Dec. 31, 1780). Other research suggests that John and Hannah were Quakers in England and immigrated to a Quaker community in New Jersey before settling in Guilford County. Numerous descendants can be found in Kentucky, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Iowa and Utah. Some Lowder descendants in Virginia in the later 1800's joined the Mormon faith and went west. Some descendants include: Burchett, Champ, Collingsworth, Crum, Hurley, Loudder, Shope and Watts families. Includes surname index. THIS RECORD FOUND UNDER 1. Lowder 2. Burchett 3. Champ 4. Collingsworth 5. Crum 6. Hurley 7. Loudder 8. Shope 9. Watts __________________________________________ Milton Ricks (RN=45)& Alethea Martha (Suit) Leonard (RN=46) (There are more details but some of these people are still alive so I have not published that data here). | |Nancy Ann 'Anna' Ricks 1855-1936 (RN=2902) |HUSBAND: Absolum Furnish married 7-Jan-1880 | |Cleve Furnish | |Charles Furnish married Mary Hasty | | |Charles Edward Furnish married June Whiteman | | | |Captola 'Cappy' Furnish married David Liles | |Wade Furnish | |Joseph A. Ricks 1857-1938 (RN=43) | WIFE: Sarah Jane 'Jane' Davis 1859-1942 (RN=44) | |Daisy G. Ricks 1881-1961 (RN=11) | | HUSBAND: Henry Elonza Bare 1863-1944 (RN=10) | | |Lela Mae Bare 1902-1947 (RN=5) | | | HUSBAND: Walter Irvin Gradeless 1901-1976 (RN=4) | | |Edna Bare 1908-1908 | | |Albert Joseph 'Bert' Bare 1905- (RN=1067) | | | WIFE: Mary L. Lee 1903- (RN=1080) | | |Carl Chester Bare 1907-1993 (RN=998) | | |Agnes Leota Bare 1909- (RN=1068) | | |Maude Daisy Bare 1912-1947 (RN=1069) | | | HUSBAND: Lester G. Harris 1881-1955 (RN=1073) | | |Wardner Abraham Bare 1915- (RN=1070) | | | WIFE: Caroline Mary Perog 1915- (RN=1077) | | |David Oliver Bare 1918- (RN=1071) | | |Walter Henry Bare 1920- (RN=1072) | | | WIFE: Ruth Genevieve Satterthwaite 1920- (RN=571) | |Milton Luther 'Luther' Ricks 1893- (RN=1082) | | WIFE: Vella Adaline 'Valley' Todd | |Virgil M. Ricks (RN=1083) | |Ruth A. Ricks 1890- (RN=1084) | | HUSBAND: Clarence Todd | | HUSBAND: D. L. Vessells | |Ora B. Ricks 1893- (RN=1085) | | HUSBAND: Noah Bodkins | |Ethel C. Ricks 1898- (RN=1086) | | HUSBAND: Buzzie Buzzard | |Mary Ricks 1859-1936 (RN=2901) | HUSBAND: James Russell 1875- (RN=2908) | |Anna Laura 'Annie' Russell 1879-1959 (RN=2909) | | HUSBAND: Norman Whitt | | |Mary Ellen Whitt b 22-Aug-1904 | | |nancy Ehtel Whitt b 15-May-1909 | | |Laura Lorena Whitt b 5-Feb-1912 | | |Norman Allen Whitt b 6-Dec-1914 | |William Henry Russell 1880- (RN=2910) | | WIFE: Delphia May Pigg | | |Estel Russell b 8-Feb-1909 | | |James E Russell b 3-Dec-1912 | | |William Oral Russel b 1-Nov-1914 | | |Ann Belle Russell b 20-Apr-1920 | |Aletha Russell 1882- (RN=2911) | | HUSBAND: Omer E Jester | | |Willard Jester b 17-Mar-1899 | | |Edith Jester b 23-Apr-1901 | | |Esther Jester b 23-Feb-1903 | | HUSBAND: Commodore Chastian | | |Stella I Chastian b 29-Apr-1910 | | |Geraldine Chastian b 12-May-1912 | | |Eugene R Chastian b 16-Nov-1913 | | |Tyrell O. Chastian b 12-Mar-1920 | |Caroline Russell (RN=2912) | |Amanda Mae Russell 1884- (RN=2913) | | HUSBAND: Milton Campbell | |Morris Russell 18-1887 (RN=2914) | |Nelsie Russell 1889-1889 (RN=2915) | |Milton E. Russell 1892-1958 (RN=2916) | | WIFE: Marie Cooney | | |Harry James Russell | | |Charles Russell | | |Virgil Lee Russell | | |Paul Albert Russell | | |Hubert Earl Russell | | |Max Owen Russell | | |Harold Leon Russell | | |Milton Lloyd Russell | | |martha Jean Russell | | |Mary Rosalie Russell | |Mikel Earl Russell 1894-1879 (RN=2917) | | WIFE: Anna Marie Burns | | |Charles Edwin Russel b 13-Feb-1916 | | |Herbert Eugene Russell b 5-Feb-1918 | | |Frank J Russell b 5-Jan-1920 | | |Judy Earline Russell b 9-Jun-1940 | | WIFE: Ethel Irene Kaelbert | |male Russell 1896-189x (RN=2918) | |Cicero Russell 1897-1901 (RN=2919) | |Frank Ernest Russell 1900- (RN=2920) | | WIFE: Lenora Stout | | |Mary Ann Russell |HUSBAND: Arbuckle Dale b 4-May-1852 Ireland |HUSBAND: John Patterson | |Martha 'Mattie' Ricks 1861- (RN=1088) | HUSBAND: John E. 'Elmer' Cross | |Ellis Cross | |Aletha Cross | HUSBAND: Harvey Chadwell | |Russell Chadwell | |John Ricks 1862- (RN=2900) | WIFE: ----- Claudfelter | |Ellen Ricks 1865- (RN=2898) | |James Ricks 1867-1947 (RN=1087) | WIFE: Ida Isabelle Connor 1864-1944 (RN=2921) | |Goldie May Ricks 1889 (RN=2922) | | HUSBAND: William Posey b Jasper IN d 1943 | | |Mabel Posey b Iowa | | |Grace Posey b Boise Idaho m Walter Johnson | | HUSBAND: Lloyd Harlan | |Omer Milton Ricks 1891- (Twin) (RN=2923) | | WIFE: Elsie May Williams (RN=2934) | | |Howard James Ricks 1911- (RN=2935) | | |Wayne Ricks Ricks 1915- (RN=2936) | | WIFE: Mildred Rust 1900- (RN=2937) | | |Richard E. Ricks 1928- (RN=2938) | | | WIFE: Thelma Lister | | |Maryilyn Joan Ricks 1929- (RN=2939) | | | HUSBAND: James E. Carlson | |Ona Ricks 1891- (Twins) (RN=2924) | | HUSBAND: George Blaze b 4-Apr-1892 Francisville | | |Isabell Alice Blaze b 1-Nov-1916 | | |Mildred Maxine Blaze b 16-Oct-1919 | | |Georgann Blaze b 6-Nov-1921 | | |Dorothy Eileen Blaze b 6-Dec-1923 | |Mary Elizabeth Ricks died in infancy | |Lewis Otto Ricks 1893- (RN=2926) | | WIFE: Lila Spencer 1894-1948 (RN=2940) | | |Esther Ricks b 1911 Rensselaer IN | | |Harold Ricks b 1913 Rennselaer IN | | |Robert Ricks b 1914 Rensselaer IN | | |Donald Ricks b 1916 Pulaski IN | | |Raymond Ricks b 1918 Whitney IN | | |Clarlyn Ricks b 1920 Whitney IN | |Chester Ricks 1900- (twin) (RN=2927) | | WIFE: Blanche Archer 1903- (RN=2941) | | |Vernadine Ricks 1921- (RN=2942) | | | HUSBAND: W. T. Ancell | | |Betty Ricks 1923- (RN=2943) | | | HUSBAND: Ray Daugherty | | |Evelyn Ricks 1925- (RN=2944) | | | HUSBAND: Ray Harris | | |Kenneth Ricks 1926- (RN=2945) | | | WIFE: Mary Murfitt | | |Ernest 'Bud' Ricks 1928- (RN=2946) | | | WIFE: Betty Webb | |Lester Ricks 1900- (Twin) (RN=2928) | | WIFE: Loretta Butcher 190x-1950 (RN=2947) | | |Arland J. Ricks 1919- (RN=2948) | | | WIFE: Betty Butler | | |Waldo Dale Ricks b 32-May-1921 d 28-Jan-1923 | | | | | |Darell Marion Ricks b 26-Sep-1922 d 26-Nov-1922 | | | | | |Walter Galen Ricks 1924- (RN=2949) | | | WIFE: Helen Selby | | |June Ruth Ricks 1925- (RN=2950) | | | HUSBAND: Charles Stak | | |Jo Ann May Ricks 1929- (RN=2951) | | | HUSBAND: Paul Werner | |Dorothy Ricks 1902- (RN=2929) | | HUSBAND: Henry Onken son of Adolph Onken | | |Wendell Onken b 1921 | | |Sherman Onken b 1923 | |Orval Ricks 1905- (RN=2930) | | WIFE: Thelma Rice b 1905 dau of Frank Rice | | |Bety Jo Ricks b Oct 1929 Pulaski Co IN | |Henry Ricks 1873-1918 (RN=2897) | WIFE: Bell Bowman (RN=2899) | |Clinton Ricks (RN=2931) | WIFE: Flora Friend (RN=2925) | |Wilber Ricks (RN=2932) | |Elmer Ricks (RN=2933) ___________________________________________ Ricks Indiana Marriages prior to 1840 Name Name County Date RIX, CELIA PALMER, HIRAM W Pike 11-09-1829 RIX, ELIZABETH BARLEY, JACOB Grant 03-03-1853 RIX, JOHN NELSON, MILLA Grant 08-31-1848 RIX, JORDAN FEUTREL, MARTHA ANN Grant 03-11-1852 RICK, MOSES HOCKETT, NAOMI 09-09-1846 (6-381) QUAKER RICK, PATEINCE WADDLE, FRANCIS SR Jackson 10-05-1850 RICK, ADAM BRUNING, MARIA ANN Miami 01-20-1850 RICK, CENIA JONES, HIRAM Rush 02-15-1841 CENIA ? RICK, GEORGE LINDSEY, SARAH Spencer 01-10-1840 RICK, MARY JACKSON, WILLIS E Rush 04-18-1839 RICK, THOMAS DILLY, MARGARET Jay 03-05-1842 RICKS, ELIAS KERN, ELIZA Tippecanoe 02-14-1841 RICKS, ELIZA COCKRELL, CASPER Perry 07-20-1839 RICKS, JOHN W STONEMENTS, LOUISA Perry 06-06-1830 RICKS, LOUISA LEA, BURREL B Perry 10-17-1842 RICKS, MARY MILEY, JOHN Gibson 03-27-1816 RICKS, MARY ELLEN HIX, ROBERT Perry 02-19-1849 RICKS, SUSAN CARR, HIRAM Perry 06-21-1846 RICKS, THOMAS KYLER, ELIZA Perry 07-11-1819 RICKS, WILLIAM THOMPSON, ELIZA C Perry 09-20-1846 ___________________________________________ History and Genealogy of the RICKS FAMILY OF AMERICA by Howard Ricks, chariman, 1957. Section V page 609 SECTION V. Page 609 467 WILLIAM RICKS4, Jacob3, Isaac2, Isaac1. Born about 1730, Northampton, N.C. Son of Jacob Ricks and Esther. Married. MRS. WILLIAM RICKS. CHILDREN: (5th Gen) 474 DEMPSEY RICKS5, William4, Jacob3, Isaac2, Isaac1. Born about 1764, Northampton, N.C. Son of William Ricks. Married. MRS. DEMPSEY RICKS. (CHILDREN: (6th Gen.) 478 JASON RICKS, b. 1781, Northampton, Va. 479 JORDAN RICKS b. 787, Northampton. Va. 479 JORDAN RICKS 6. Born about 1778, Northampton Co., N.C. Son of Dempsey Ricks and Mary. Married.MRS. JORDAN RICKS. CHILDREN: (7th Gen.) 480 DAVID RICKS b.. about 1800 North Carolina. 481 EDWARD RICKS, b. about 1802, North Carolina. ------------------------------------------------------------ The Descendants of Jonas Ricks and other Ricks Families in America by Donald Milton Ricks, 1998. Page 88-89 -------------- 35. William' Ricks (Jacob3, Isaac2, Isaac'), lived in Northampton County, North Carolina; died about December 1793, his will recorded in Will Book 2, Will number 362, page 38. His heirs were: 795 William RICKS, 4 November 1790, December Court 1793, Co my daughters Sarah FUTRAL, Martha FUTRAL, Elizabeth MOORE, and Susannah COLESON, my sons William RICKS and Dempsey RICKS, my grandson Jason RICKS and my grand daughter Maryan FUTRAL 5 shillings each; to my grandson Jordan RICKS, 50 acres more or less joining MARBRIEY's old field and MANDEW's road; to my son David RICKS, 3 Negroes, desk, etc. and 173 acres of lard I bought of Joseph POWELL; to my son Edwin RICKS, 2 Negroes, etc. and 150 acres of land, joining Abraham NELSON and my old line and 90 acres formerly called Marmaduke MOORE's; to my two sons David and Edwin my whip saw and cross cut saw. Should my two youngest sons David and Edwin die without heirs their Legacy (the land excepted) to be divided between my 2 grandsons Jason RICKS and Silas FUTRAL; to my grandson Jason RICKS hed and fliniture; plantation whereon I now live to he sold and money to go to sons David and Edwin; to grandson Jason two years schooling to he paid out of sale of land and test of the money to be equally divided among my three daughters Sarah FUTRAL, Martha FUTRAL, and Susannah COLESON. Executors: my two Sons-in-law David FUTRAL and Thomas FUTRAL Witnesses: Etheldred FUTRAL, Ephriam FUTRAL X his mark, Eliot FUTRAL + 85 i. Jacob5 Ricks.' died intestate about 1783, 1796 married-?- Jenkins, daughter of Winborne and Emrna Jenkins. 1797 Child, perhaps others: Jason Ricks, born about 1773. Joe Futrill filed a guardian account for Jason in Northampton County, North Carolina, at the December court 1785; money received from the estate of Jacob Ricks. Winborne Jenkins filed a guardian account at the March Court 1789 and 1792, with money paid to Sarah Gatts. In 1794, Jason Ricks received 162 acres adjoining the Murfreesborough Road and (his cousin) Edwin Ricks. Jason Ricks lived in Guilford and Rockingham Counties between 1815-1 820.798 86 ii. William Ricks. 87 iii. Dempsey Ricks. 88 iv. Sarah Ricks, married David Furtral 89 v. Martha Ricks, married Thomas Furtral 90 vi. Elizabeth Ricks, married Moore. 91 vii. Susannah Ricks, married William Coleson. 92 viii. David Ricks, born between 1 77~ 94;759 possibly married (2) Martha Edwards in Northampton County 30 December 1840. The 1820 census includes only a female child aged between sixteen and twenty-five and a female twenty-six and under forty-five in his household. 93 ix. Edwin (Edward) Ricks, born before 1793. He probably had a son that was given his name who married (1) Elizabeth Ricks in Northampton County 1 June 1846; married (2) Mary Baitee in Northampton County 11 July 1865. These narriages might be for another Edwin Ricks of the same family. Since Edwin is mentioned in his father's 1793 will this is very likely. 795 Margaret M. Hoffman, comp., Northampton County, North Carolina. 1759~18O8, enealogid Abstracts of Wills (Weldon, NC: Roanoke News Company, 1975), p. 83. Page 99: ----------- The 1830 Ohio census index contains only Jordon (2) and Isaac Ricks in Clinton county. __________________________________________ Date: 12 Feb 00 10:59:57 MST From: Anita Lickteig [Email address not listed by request-DEG] To: DrG@execpc.com [Update from Anita: none of that information has been verified. I don't want to confuse other beginning researchers. Also, found that I had taken down some of the information wrong myself.] [This information will be updated as corrections come in. Until then beware of this data as it is probably not correct. DEG] Donald, Thank you so much for the information I found on your website. My great-great-grandparents were Milton Ricks & Aletha Martha (Suit) Leonard. My great-grandparents were John Lincoln Ricks b.05-20-1862 in NC, d. 07-03-1936 in Grant County, IN & buried at Mount Hope Cemetery, Grant Co, IN. and Sarah Ellen Dodd b. 1865 in Putnam Co, IN, d. 06-24-1918 in Winchester, Jefferson Co, KS and is buried at Reformed Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Winchester, Ks. Sarah was the daughter of Marion Dodd b. 07-26-1935 Putnam Co, IN d. 03-20-1880 in IN m. Minerva Elsie Riggle b. 09-04-1834 Putnam Co, IN d. 11-12-1916 Winchester, KS buried at Wise Cemetery in Winchester. John & Sarah married in 1883 in Greencastle, IN. They had 7 children; (1) George L. Ricks d. Kansas City, Ks/Mo (2) Albert Ricks d. 02-07-1938 m. Enid ? (3) Cora E. Ricks b. 11-15-1889 d. 03-20-1909 Oskaloosa, Jefferson Co, KS from complications of childbirth. m. Oliver Ellis Workman. They had 2 children; (a) Gerald Workman (b) Eddie Workman (a) Gerald Workman was raised after age 9yrs by Cora's sister, Alta, he married Neva Diggs and they had 1 daughter, Lereta Grace (living)(my mother). Lereta was adopted by Cora's sister, Alta. So, Lereta was raised believing that Gerald was her brother. (b) Eddie Workman Hoskinson (took the name of Hoskinson when he entered the military & stuck with it. That was Alta's married name. Married Vila Jacobson had 2 children: (1) Elaine (2) Vila. Eddie was also raised by Alta from about the age of 7yrs. (4) Alta Marian Ricks b. 06-27-1887 Jonesboro, Grant Co, IN d. 07-09-1955 Garden City, Finney Co, KS. m. twice 2nd husband Emmett Michael Hoskinson b. 11-01-1887 Oskaloosa, Jefferson Co, KS d. 03-25-1952 Garden City, KS buried in Oskaloosa, KS next to his parents (Benjamin Franklin Hoskinson & Ellen Williamson). Alta & Emmett were married in August 1911. They became legal guardians for Alta's sister, Cora's, children Gerald Workman & Eddie Workman Hoskinson. They adopted 1 child; (a) Lereta Grace Workman Hoskinson b. 10-11-1927 Blue Rapids, Republic Co, KS (living). She m. Robert Atchison on 08-01-1944 (D) then Alfred Lee Shaffer on 03-30-1946 (D) then Harold Earl Van Vleck Sr. on 07-29-1955. Children with Alfred Shaffer were; (1) Anita Louise Shaffer b. 06-15-1950 (me) (2) Dennis Ray Shaffer b. 06-29-1952 (living) (5) Mary Ricks b. 06-10-1892 d. 03-11-1902 Ozawki, Jefferson Co,KS (6) Aletha Elsie Ricks b. 1894/1895 d. 1981 Lawrence, Douglas Co, KS m. Henry Harrison "Hank" Rhode (Rode) on 06-29-1913 in Oskaloosa, Jefferson Co, KS. They had 4 children:(a)Martha Rhode b. 1913/1914 d. 1913/1914 (b) Charlene Irene "Bonnie" Rhode b. 1915 m. Floyd James in 1932. Know of 1 son, Leslie James (living) (c)Jessica Rhode m. Richard Bryant. (d) Eva Rhode m. 3 times, 3rd husband George Blazer. (7) Harry Ricks b. 04-16-1908 Oskaloosa, Jefferson Co, KS believed to have drowned in Hythe, Alberta, Canada while in the military service. Not verified! Thanks again for your help! Anita Louise Shaffer Lickteig


Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763 - 1900
http://www2.sos.state.il.us/cgi-bin/marriage GROOM BRIDE CNTY DATE VOL/PAGE LIC ______________________________________________________________________________________________________ RICKS, ABRAHAM UNKNOWN, HARRIET ALEXANDER 06/18/1866 B /561 1117 RICKS, ALFRED COOKSEY, MARIA MADISON 10/17/1861 6/ 176 51 RICKS, AMMON STONE, LULU (MRS) COOK 03/17/1892 / 00180794 RICKS, BENNY DUNCAN, MINNIE MARION 01/17/1895 /296 11 RICKS, CALVIN (COLORED) WHITE, AMANDA (COLORED) MARION 02/12/1870 00D/0064 00064/24 RICKS, CHARLES FRAUMANN, MARIA PERRY 08/15/1893 B/ 186 166 RICKS, CHARLES A MORRISON, MARY CHRISTIAN 02/06/1892 00C/0088 00007685 RICKS, EDWIN REIMER, CORA O CHRISTIAN 10/01/1890 00C/0068 00007276 RICKS, ELEY BUCK, MARY DE WITT 09/10/1878 00D/0001 RICKS, ELIJAH S SUMNER, DOLLIE VIRGINIA JOSEPHINE POPE 06/20/1897 A-1/0230 00002187 RICKS, FLOYD K CRAGO, MAGGIE FULTON 11/09/1886 00F/0014 00000270 RICKS, HARRY RICKS, JULIA ALEXANDER 07/30/1870 C /347 689 RICKS, HENRY VELLOR, MINNIE CASS 02/05/1877 III/ 66 3174 RICKS, HENRY MAYER, FRANCIS A MORGAN 10/14/1875 00C/0099 00000602 RICKS, HENRY FURSE, ELLEN MARION 02/27/1883 0OD/0161 RICKS, HENRY (COL) GILMORE, LUCY (COL) MARION 08/14/1877 00D/0116 RICKS, JACOB (COLORED) RICKS, JEANNETTE (COLORED) MARION 05/25/1867 00D/0045 00001432 RICKS, JAMES A FULLER, NABBY E ADAMS 01/30/1865 / RICKS, JAMES J HALFORD, MARY F CHRISTIAN 10/31/1883 00B/0195 00005719 RICKS, JOHN ASHLOCK, SARAH GREENE 06/23/1868 00E/0252 00006010 RICKS, JOHN SABLOTZKE, EMMA MC LEAN 04/24/1881 00I/0132 RICKS, JOHN ENGLE, HATTIE CHRISTIAN 12/07/1892 00C/0099 00007905 RICKS, JOHN B HAINS, DOCIA SANGAMON 12/24/1850 / RICKS, JOHN C KAUPEL, LENA JO DAVIESS 03/30/1875 E/ 28 RICKS, JOHN F PATTERSON, SNOWDIE GREENE 11/19/1893 000/0030 00003513 RICKS, JOHN W WIRTH, MARY A MORGAN 09/01/1883 00C/0172 RICKS, JOSEPH KEOWN, LINA MADISON 09/11/1856 6/ 140 632 RICKS, LARKIN BRADBURRY, ELIZA EFFINGHAM 02/10/1866 00B/0137 RICKS, NELSON BOLEN, SUSANNAH PULASKI 01/20/1892 1 /149 RICKS, QUINT A ARNOLD, DELIA SHELBY 02/14/1881 1/ 66 RICKS, QUINTUS A SIMPSON, EMILY CHRISTIAN 03/30/1854 00A/0066 00000452 RICKS, RAS FOUNTAIN, ALICE ALEXANDER 07/16/1889 H /358 RICKS, REUBEN GATES, SARAH ALEXANDER 08/18/1886 G /23 RICKS, RICHARD W NUCKOLLS, JANE W SANGAMON 01/20/1852 / RICKS, ROBERT REED, LIZZIE LA SALLE 02/25/1868 D / 1467 RICKS, ROBERT CHANDLER, MINNIE COOK 02/28/1894 / 00214706 RICKS, ROBERT CARTER, SARAH (MOORE) (MRS) KANE 12/24/1884 000/0000 00003840 RICKS, ROBIN CARTER, SARAH (MOORE) (MRS) KANE 12/24/1884 000/0000 00003840 RICKS, SAMUEL GRANDY, HANNAH E GREENE 03/11/1859 001/0142 00004248 RICKS, VIRGIL TWEEDY, MARY UNION 03/07/1872 / RICKS, WILLIAM T ALLEN, KUTERA CHRISTIAN 03/20/1862 00A/0163 00001249 RICKS, WILLIS WHITE, MARY ALEXANDER 07/09/1864 B /300 596 BUTTREY, HARRY L RICKS, ADA CHRISTIAN 09/27/1892 00C/0097 00007848 HOUSER, WILLIAM H RICKS, AGNES G CHRISTIAN 12/28/1892 00C/0101 00007931 BAILEY, THOMAS H RICKS, ALPHA LEONA CHAMPAIGN 12/21/1898 / 592 BROOKS, CHARLEY RICKS, BETTIE ALEXANDER 01/04/1887 G /74 LEE, ALBERT RICKS, CARRIE DE WITT 04/21/1894 00D/0202 STEVENSON, QUINT RICKS, DOLLIE (SUMNER) (MRS) POPE 09/29/1898 00B/0007 00002378 MCCUMBER, HIRAM RICKS, ELIZABETH DE WITT 05/01/1870 00C/0032 HIGGISON, FREDERICK RICKS, ELIZABETH ALEXANDER 06/16/1866 B /559 1113 YOUNG, THOMAS RICKS, ELLA ALEXANDER 08/17/1889 H /366 LEWIS, JAMES M RICKS, EMILY C CHRISTIAN 08/23/1860 00A/0143 00001050 HALL, ANDREW J RICKS, ETTA DE WITT 12/31/1897 00D/0256 ARMSTRONG, GUY L RICKS, FANNIE T CHRISTIAN 11/12/1899 00C/0197 00009830 JACOBS, JAS RICKS, FERBY MACON 08/14/1870 / MERIDAY, ROBERT RICKS, FRANCES ALEXANDER 06/08/1864 B /287 570 JOHNSON, JOHN RICKS, GUSTINE F MORGAN 05/06/1876 00C/0104 WILSON, HENRY RICKS, HATTIE PERRY 03/04/1893 B/ 226 243 HORTON, WM. RICKS, HESTER KANE 03/20/1901 / 00013266 HOGAN, ABRAHAM RICKS, HOLLY ALEXANDER 07/30/1870 C /347 688 RICKS, JACOB (COLORED) RICKS, JEANNETTE (COLORED) MARION 05/25/1867 00D/0045 00001432 LOMACK, HENRY RICKS, JENNIE ALEXANDER 09/02/1885 F /213 ENGLISH, ROBERT (COLORED) RICKS, JENNIE (COLORED) CHAMPAIGN 12/27/1881 001/0106 RICKS, HARRY RICKS, JULIA ALEXANDER 07/30/1870 C /347 689 KLOTZ, HENRY RICKS, KATIE GREENE 10/05/1892 000/ 00003278 FISHER, GEORGE T RICKS, LAURA B CHRISTIAN 09/03/1878 00B/0127 00004422 FOLKERTS, GERD J RICKS, LENA MORGAN 03/28/1878 00C/0117 SMITH, JOHN B RICKS, LENA MACON 04/01/1896 / GARR, WILLIAM W RICKS, LEVINA CHAMPAIGN 01/27/1892 / 4972 AMITH, PAUL C RICKS, LITTLE CHRISTIAN 06/24/1896 00C/0151 00008934 ENGLISH, LAWRENCE RICKS, LIZZIE CHAMPAIGN 05/25/1898 / 367 PARKER, ALLEN RICKS, LOUESA MORGAN 09/01/1887 C/ 219 4086 HOGAN, PHILIP RICKS, LOUISE ALEXANDER 11/11/1865 B /486 964 THAYER, ARCH F RICKS, MAGGIE E CHRISTIAN 05/01/1878 00B/0125 00004381 CISNA, JAMES N RICKS, MARCELLA A CHRISTIAN 03/27/1851 00A/0044 00000301 SIMPSON, JAMES RICKS, MARGARET CHRISTIAN 03/29/1860 00A/0140 00001022 HOLSTEIN, VIRGIL RICKS, MARIAN ALEXANDER 10/14/1886 G /306 RALSTON, ALEXANDER RICKS, MARTHA CHRISTIAN 12/30/1841 00A/0008 00000053 STOWE, FRED RICKS, MARY MORGAN 07/22/1897 D/ 146 7149 JOHNSON, SAMUEL RICKS, MARY ALEXANDER 05/17/1890 H /482 MOORE, JOHN RICKS, MARY F. (MISS) CHAMPAIGN 03/27/1886 004/0177 00002919 BROWN, WILLIAM GEORGE RICKS, MATILDA CASS 02/21/1877 III/ 66 3181 LEWIS, JAMES RICKS, MINNIE (CHANDLER) KANE 06/14/1902 / 00014110 BARTZ, FREDERICK RICKS, MOLLIE MORGAN 09/08/1879 00C/0130 HAINES, JAMES M RICKS, MYREA O CHRISTIAN 05/25/1853 00A/0058 00000404 SPENCER, JAMES D RICKS, NANCY DE WITT 11/03/1870 00C/0033 SIKES, RUFUS RICKS, NANCY R SANGAMON 02/27/1857 / BRADBURY, CHARLES T RICKS, NELLIE E SANGAMON 01/23/1890 006/0319 BRISLER, BENJAMIN RICKS, ROSA MACON 10/23/1864 / KALERT, GEORGE RICKS, ROSA ST. CLAIR 02/04/1902 / 00000788 KEY, MATT RICKS, SALLIE ALEXANDER 10/15/1879 E /85 WOODFORD, GEORGE RICKS, SOPHIA E MACON 09/02/1882 / LOCK, GERARD RICKS, SUSANAH ADAMS 07/08/1852 /

I am related to Jorden Ricks born 1787 Northampton Co.,NC He married Nancy(We think Griffin no proof) They both died in Clinton Co.,OH. children: Mary Rix b. 4 dec 1813 Clinton Co.,OH marr: Michael Futrell Jul 11, 1833 in Clinton Co.,OH died Jan 1904 Grant Co.,IN buried Griffin Cem, Clinton Co.,NE Elizabeth born 4 Nov 1815 OH marr: Samuel Kizer, 6 Jan 1840 Clinton Co.,IN died 15 Apr 1869 Blackford Co.,IN buried Center Cem, Blackford Co.,IN Nancy born 24 Jul 1819 marr: James Jackson Gregory John born: 27 Apr 1827 Ohio marr: Nelson, 31 Aug 1848 died 16 Nov 1889 buried 1889 Puckett Cem,Grant Co.,IN Jorden JR marr: Martha A. Futrell, 11 Mar 1852 I am related though Elizabeth Hope you can use some of this Marianne (Kizer) Long - mary@cornhusker.net
1880 Census Place: Jefferson, Grant, Indiana Film T9-0280 Page 561C Aletha RICKS Self F W 48 NC Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: NC Anna RICKS Dau F W 24 NC Keeping House Fa: NC Mo: NC 1880 Census Place: Jefferson, Grant, Indiana Film T9-0280 Page 561C Joseph RICKS Self M M W 22 NC Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC Jane RICKS Wife F M W 20 IN Fa: NC Mo: NC John RICKS Son M W 18 NC Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC James RICKS Son M S W 12 NC At Home Fa: NC Mo: NC Ellen RICKS Dau F W 15 NC At Home Fa: NC Mo: NC Martha RICKS Dau F S W 9 IN At Home Fa: NC Mo: NC Henry RICKS Son M S W 7 IN Fa: NC Mo: NC
Grant County, Indiana Marriage Records Book 17 (Aug 1907-Jan 1910) Milton Luther Ricks Spouse: Vella Adaline Todd Marriage Date: 19 Dec 1909 Book: 17 Page: 574 ----------------------------------------------------- RICKS, MILTON LEANARD, ALETHA 13 Jan 1853 Guilford NC North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 Bride: Aletha Leanard Groom: Milton Ricks Bond Date: 13 Jan 1853 County: Guilford Record #: 02 376 Bondsman: Charles Haney Witness: J Welch, Justice of the Peace Bond #: 000059172 Marriage Date: 13 Jan 1853 Performed By: J Welch, Justice of the Peace
Henry Co Indiana Birth Records: Name Father Mother S Born Vol p County Ricks, Milton Ricks Lyda Lamb M 01 Mar 1895 CSS4 75 Henry

Madison County Area Cemeteries

RICKS, CLAYTON E. 1912 1984 CITY OF ELWOOD R40, ADD 8  
RICKS, CLAYTON E. FEB. 16, 1912 DEC. 26, 1984 CITY OF ELWOOD R40, ADD 8  
RICKS, FRED H. 1881 1950 CITY OF ELWOOD R26, ADD 8  
RICKS, JOHN B. 18 1909 SUMMIT VIEW   ANDERSON
RICKS, LOUELLA 1879 1966 CITY OF ELWOOD R40, ADD 8  
RICKS, MARY L. 1878 1957 CITY OF ELWOOD R26, ADD 8  
RICKS, OTTAVIA C. 1849 1952 CITY OF ELWOOD R45, ADD 8  
RICKS, PETER 65Y. 6M. 4D. JUL. 2, 1896 CITY OF ELWOOD R45, ADD 8  
RICKS, WILSON C. 1871 1944 CITY OF ELWOOD R40, ADD 8  



Ricks in the Revolution
North Carolina Rev. Army Accounts (K - Z)
Ricks, Benj. 30 47
Ricks, Benjamin III 6 3; 19 268; 30 59; 30 74
Ricks, Benjamin (Sgt.) II 14 3
Ricks, Isaac VII 75 3; 1-6 332; 1-6 366; I 85 4
Ricks, J. VII 20 4; VII 97 1; VIII 10 2; VI 76 2
Ricks, James X 17 4; A 7; D 228; D 271
Ricks, John B 156; VI 51 1; XI 100 4
Ricks, Thomas VII 97 1
Ricks, William IX 123 3
Ricks, Wm. IX 100 3; VII 30 3; VII 77 1; 54 246



Dewitt Milton Ricks 
Birth: 21 November 1859-- Pettis, Hughesville, MO
Death: 15 April 1942 --  
Parents: William Ricks, Mary Jane Harvey

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