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Family of Hubbard Warfield SHAWHAN (167) & Anna HOGGINS (178)

359. Hubbard Warfield SHAWHAN II (Hubbard Warfield6, Henry Ewalt5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Hubbard Warfield was born in Cynthiana, Kentucky, about 1867.
Hubbard served in the Spanish-American War with the US Army in Cuba. Prior to that he was a 2nd Lt. in Company K, 2nd Regiment of Infantry, Kentucky State Guards, organized in 1894 in Cynthiana, known as the Lafferty Guards. (per Cynthiana Democrat., June 1896).
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Cynthiana Democrat, June 1896:

Lafferty Guards
Company K, 2d Regiment of Infantry, Kentucky State Guards, was organized May 19, 1894, with fifty-three members.
W. S. Hardin was elected Captain, E. C. McDowell, 1st Lieutenant and W. J. Gossett, 2nd Lieutenant. H. W. Shawhan was appointed 1st Sergeant, John Ingles, P. Ward, C. Corrigan and C. Howard duty Sergeants; and D. Williams, B. Pennell, H. Ward, Jas. Rankin, W. Parrish, S. M. McDowell, C. Reed and H. Reynolds, Corporals; Chas. Lacy, drummer.
Since the organization of the company the following promotions have been made: 1st Sergeant H. W. Shawhan appointed 2nd Lieutenant on staff of Maj. McMath; Corporal Jas. Rankin elected 2nd Lieutenant of the company; Corporal Denny Williams promoted to 1st Sergeant, and Corporal B. Pennell promoted to Sergeant.
The following have been discharged: Sergeant P. Ward, Corporal H. Ward and privates E. Clark, T. Corrigan, Chas. Hickman, Wm. Hickman, Chas. Lyons, C. Mattox, R. Musser, D. Renaker, Joe Stevens, K. Thompson and Wright Williams, and the following have been enlisted: Leslie Lail, N. Lally, F. McClure, F. Nichols and H. Webster, all enlisted on June 19, 1895. The following on May 12, 1896: B. Atkinson, Chas. Allen, Trim Hedges, J. T. Musselman, J. Q. Jewett, E. J. Coffey, F. Pollmeyer, J. Gibbons, Geo. Heck, T. Smiser, Kerr Riggs, Richard Moore, Thos. Collier, Chas. Jones (bugler), W. McGee, B. H. Conner, M. McDowell, Charles Maffett and Jack Sharp. Total enlisted organization of the company twenty-four, total discharged thirteen, net gain of enlistment eleven, present strength of company (rank and file) sixty-one.
For drill, discipline and general deportment, when on duty, Company K ranks A1.

Company K has attended two annual encampments, at Peducah in July, 1894, and at Henderson in August, 1895, where they captured two-thirds of the orderlies and "got everything they went after." They have never made up their minds to try for the flag yet but if they should other companies must look to their laurels.


Private Ashley Ward, of this company, at the encampment of Henderson receive a gold medal for being the best soldier in the regiment.
The Company has no active service since its organization and the boys are very anxious to try real soldiering.
Their Captain is proud of the Company and feels confident if they were called upon at any time, or for any purposes they would respond to a man, and that they would make such a record that Cynthiana would be proud of them.
About 1889 Hubbard Warfield married Helen MUSSELMAN, daughter of William MUSSELMAN (January 29, 1839-) & Kittie Sallie PRICE (October 7, 1840-), in Kentucky. Helen was born in Kentucky in 1870. Helen died in Kentucky in 1922; she was 52.
Helen's father, W. C. Musselman, was one of the few Harrison Co., KY residents who served in the Union Army during the Civil War, rising from to a Captain in charge of a company engaged in such battles as Shiloh, Chattanooga, and the Atlanta campaign. Helen was descended from John Price, b. 1759 in Frederick Co., MD, a Revolutionary War soldier who served at Princeton, NJ, at Monmouth, NJ, and was wounded at the Battle of Brandywine.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 13: Mrs. Helen Musselman Shawhan. DAR ID Number: 12078 Born in Kentucky. Wife of Hubbard Warfield Shawhan. Descendant of Col. John Price, of Maryland. Daughter of Capt. W. C. Musselman and Kittie Sallee, his wife. Granddaughter of Jacob Sallee and Sidney Price, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of James Price and Susan Collins, his wife. Great-great-granddaughter of John Price, who served as a soldier at Princeton, was wounded at Brandywine and was at the battle of Monmouth. He was born in Frederick county, Md., 1759, and died in Jessamine county, Ky., while preparing to attend a reception to Lafayette when the Marquis in 1824 revisited this country.
They had one child:

635 i. Hubbard William (1890-1954)



Family of Maggie Rebecca SHAWHAN (168) & Robert Baylor LYNE Dr., Jr.

360. Marguerite Rebecca LYNE (Maggie Rebecca SHAWHAN6, Henry Ewalt5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Marguerite Rebecca was born in Richmond, Virginia.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 35: Mrs. Marguerite Rebecca Lyne Payne. DAR ID Number: 34148 Born in Richmond, Virginia. Wife of Hume Payne. Descendant of Ensign Henry Ewalt. Daughter of Robert Baylor Lyne and Maggie Rebecca Shawhan, his wife. Granddaughter of Henry Ewalt Shawhan and Sarah Cantrill, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Joseph Shawhan and Sarah Ewalt, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Henry Ewalt and Elizabeth (Fry) Kellar, his wife. Henry Ewalt, (1754-1829), served as ensign in the 6th company, First Battalion, Bedford County, Pennsylvania militia, 1777. He removed from Pennsylvania to Bourbon County, Ky., where he died. Also Nos. 13331, 14534.
Marguerite Rebecca married Mathew Rume PAYNE.
They had the following children:

636 i. Maria Gay (1908-1993)

637 ii. Rebecca Lyne (1906-1971)

Family of Cynthia Arabella “Tinnie” SHAWHAN (169) & John Connelly MAY

361. Charles Brent MAY (Cynthia Arabella “Tinnie” SHAWHAN6, Henry Ewalt5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Charles Brent was born in Spencer County, Kentucky, on March 7, 1875. Charles Brent died in Lexington, Kentucky, in March 1953; he was 77.167 Charles Brent was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
On June 17, 1905 Charles Brent married Edna Heath FITHIAN, daughter of Edward Ray FITHIAN (July 7, 1854-August 7, 1895) & Mary Ford HEATH (July 21, 1857-February 16, 1923), in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky. Marriage date listed as June 17, 1903--”Hutchcrafts in America,” p. 52. Edna Heath was born in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 9, 1882. Edna Heath died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on May 23, 1923; she was 40.168 Edna Heath was buried in Paris Cemetery, Paris, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

638 i. Mary Heath (1904-1982)

639 ii. Elizabeth Brent (1915-1997)
362. Henry Shawhan MAY (Cynthia Arabella “Tinnie” SHAWHAN6, Henry Ewalt5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Henry Shawhan was born on January 8, 1878.
On January 22, 1908 Henry Shawhan first married Amanda YERKES. Amanda was born in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 11, 1885. Amanda died on March 8, 1921; she was 35.
They had the following children:

i. John. John was born on October 4, 1909. John died in McKenzie, Tennessee, circa 1993; he was 83.

On December 28, 1946 John married Madge HAWKINS. Madge was born in Hillsboro, Kentucky.

640 ii. Ann Shawhan (1914-)


In 1925 Henry Shawhan second married Kittie BURBERRY.

Family of Joseph LAIL (171) & Margaret Ann GRAY

363. Buena Vista LAIL (Joseph6, Sarah Elizabeth "Betsey" SHAWHAN5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Buena Vista was born circa 1847.
Buena Vista married Newton WALKER.
They had one child:

641 i. Frank Cummins (1874-1926)


364. Webb LAIL (Joseph6, Sarah Elizabeth "Betsey" SHAWHAN5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Webb was born on December 22, 1848. Webb died on August 4, 1933; he was 84.
Webb married Mary A. HUFFMAN. Mary A. died on July 7, 1940.
They had the following children:

i. George William. George William was born on February 23, 1883. George William died on June 15, 1886; he was 3.

ii. Joseph. Joseph was born on March 11, 1885. Joseph died on June 11, 1943; he was 58.

Joseph married Mary Lou BAKER. Mary Lou died in September 1975.

642 iii. John K.

643 iv. Frank (1888-ca1963)

644 v. Webb (1891-)
365. Woodford LAIL (Joseph6, Sarah Elizabeth "Betsey" SHAWHAN5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Woodford was born in 1858. Woodford died on March 26, 1922; he was 64.
Woodford married Flodia BRAMBLETT. Flodia died on May 13, 1933.
They had the following children:

i. Correna. Correna was born circa 1874. Correna died on October 12, 1959; she was 85.

Correna married Rufus R. LAIL, son of Charles Francis LAIL (October 13, 1838-) & Sarah Alice McMILLAN. Rufus R. was born on August 22, 1876. Rufus R. died on September 28, 1935; he was 59.

ii. Wornell. Wornell was born in 1880. Wornell died on January 4, 1913; he was 33.

iii. Addie G. Addie G. was born on March 21, 1888. Addie G. died in 1969; she was 80.

iv. James T. James T. was born on December 24, 1889. James T. died on April 7, 1942; he was 52.

v. Alexander. Alexander was born on April 23, 1896. Alexander died circa 1960; he was 63.

645 vi. Larkin (1900-1963)



Family of John Shawhan LAIL (173) & Sarah Ann Eliza LAIR

366. Henry Miller LAIL (John Shawhan6, Sarah Elizabeth "Betsey" SHAWHAN5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Henry Miller was born on January 28, 1853. Henry Miller died on February 3, 1914; he was 61.
From “This Old House” by Kathryn Wilson, “Miller Lail House:”
This old house is in Harrison county with its entrance in Bourbon County, on the Townsend Valley Pike. It is 10 miles from Cynthiana and 10 miles from Paris. The driveway to the house crosses Silas Creek, Which is the boundary line between the two counties. The house and its 700 surrounding acres are owned and operated by Mrs. Miller Lail, her daughter, Anne Eliza, and her step-son, John Lail.
The place was built in 1840 by James L. Patterson. James L. was one of the sons of Joseph Patterson who came to Harrison County from Virginia soon after the Revolutionary War and settled near the present James Patterson farm on the Jacksonville Pike. James L. married Margaret Miller and they lived for one year in the ancient log cabin still standing at the rear of the house pictured here. This beautiful old frame house was constructed by a colored man who cut the wood from the farm, had the weather-boarding sawed, then measured and laid out every single piece for the entire house in perfect order before he started to build.
Mr. Patterson added to his land until the place included 1,460 acres and named it "Rural Choice." He was a successful breeder of Cotswold sheep, Shorthorn cattle, horses and mules, but took particular pride in his cattle. He sold his registered Shorthorns all over the United States, delivering them in person. He loved to tell how he and his colored man, Sid, would travel all over the country, bedded down at night in the freight cars with the cattle. Oil paintings of two of the prize Shorthorns hang in the lovely old parlor today along with the portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Patterson.
The Pattersons had only one child, a foster son, Miller Lail, who was a cousin of Mrs. Patterson. The child came to live with them at the age of two, when 'his mother died. He grew up in the old house and became its second master. He first married Emma Noise and here they reared their three children, Jim and Margaret (both deceased) and John Lail, who now lives at the house and manages the farm.
After the death of Emma Noise Lail, Miller Lail married Mary Drane in 1900. Their only child, Anne Eliza, now manages the house, although she still considers her mother its mistress, for, at 95, Mrs. Lail is spry in body and keen in mind, her 95th birth-day coming on March 16th. Her sister who is also a member of the household is 82 and now spends her days in a wheel chair.
And a more lively household you'll go far to find. For Anne Eliza during the past six years has housed 31 orphans ranging in age from three days to 16 years. She keeps them until proper homes can be found for them. One girl she kept for nine years. This girl is now married and has two children, making Anne Eliza a grandmother. One little girl, now four years old, named Sara Jean, she's adopted permanently. And next week she's getting a 10--day old baby.
Anne Eliza and John Lail do not go in for cattle breeding on as large a scale as did the first master of this old place, but When it comes to dogs and canaries- One year they bred and sold 100 canary birds. And they've bred and sold hundreds of puppies into nearly every state in the union. They have Scotties, collies, toy terriers, Boston terriers and formerly had the Pekingese. No, there's never a dull moment in this beautiful peaceful looking old house.
Henry Miller first married Emma J. NOYES. Emma J. was born on August 28, 1858. Emma J. died on July 29, 1899; she was 40.
They had the following children:

i. Margaret. Margaret was born on April 19, 1889. Margaret died on March 8, 1945; she was 55.

Margaret married JOHNSON.

ii. James Patterson. James Patterson was born on June 9, 1891. James Patterson died circa 1977; he was 85.

James Patterson married Mary Louise BRUCE.

iii. John Noyes. John Noyes was born on March 25, 1893. John Noyes died on March 27, 1956; he was 63.

Unmarried.

In 1900 Henry Miller second married Mary DRANE. Mary was born on March 16, 1961. Mary died on February 14, 1960; she was <1.


They had one child:

i. Sarah Ann Eliza. Sarah Ann Eliza was born on November 18, 1910.



Family of Sarah Jane SHAWHAN (175) & Thomas Edwin MOORE

367. Talitha Rush MOORE (Sarah Jane SHAWHAN6, John5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Talitha Rush was born in Falmouth, Kentucky, on July 9, 1860. Talitha Rush died in Kansas City, MO, on December 2, 1953; she was 93.
Talitha was a very accomplished woman who wrote columns on Kentucky and Missouri history for the Kansas City Star newspaper.
In 1881 Talitha Rush married Henry Dodrige AMENT, son of George Henry AMENT & Rebecca Jane WHEAT, in Covington, Kentucky. Henry Dodrige was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on July 11, 1858. Henry Dodrige died in Kansas City, MO, on October 9, 1925; he was 67.
They had the following children:

646 i. Alice Louise (1894-1988)

ii. Thomas Moore. Thomas Moore was born about 1896.

iii. Shelby. Shelby was born about 1900.


368. John Shawhan MOORE (Sarah Jane SHAWHAN6, John5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). John Shawhan was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 15, 1866. John Shawhan died in Weslaco, Texas, on April 6, 1944; he was 78. John Shawhan was buried in Ulrich, Missouri. Resided in Ulrich, Missouri. Occupation: Grain Merchant.
Urich Cemetery

T43, R28, S34 - Bogard Township

795 NW 1271 Rd, Urich, Henry Co, MO

1208 known burials from 1866 to 2001

Landowner: City of Urich

Indexed by: Listing not complete - work still in progress

Condition: Well maintained.

Notes: This cemetery is divided into three main blocks: Byrd (BYR), Wells (WEL), and Holwell (HOL).


MOORE, John Shawhan - b: 1866 - d: 1944 - bur: Blk:WEL Lot:095 Gr:F

MOORE, Mary - wooden cross no dates - bur: Blk:WEL Lot:095 Gr:D


On March 15, 1888 John Shawhan married Elizabeth Hawes “Lizzie” CUNNINGHAM, daughter of Marquis de LaFayette CUNNINGHAM (May 10, 1825-October 25, 1869) & Sarah Ellen “Sallie” BEDFORD (November 25, 1830-July 22, 1889), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Elizabeth Hawes “Lizzie” was born in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on March 3, 1866.
They had the following children:

i. Mary. Mary was born on November 24, 1889.

647 ii. John Edwin (1892-)
369. Sterling Price MOORE (Sarah Jane SHAWHAN6, John5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Sterling Price was born in Kentucky about 1861.
About 1887 Sterling Price married Anna KIMBROUGH, daughter of Major/Mager KIMBROUGH (1800-before March 24, 1879) & Minerva K. SNELL (September 27, 1827-August 21, 1886). Anna was born in Kentucky about 1862.
They had the following children:

i. Snell. Snell was born in 1882. Snell died in 1921; he was 39.

There is no proof that this Snell Moore is the same as is listed in McCann’s Current Family genealogy (p. 23). It is an educated guess based upon birth dates and the unusual name “Snell.” I already had Snell Moore in my database when I entered the Current data. --Bob Francis, March 7, 1999.
Snell married Bessie L. EWALT, daughter of Edwin EWALT (285) (1867-1895) & Elizabeth T. CURRENT (1865-1949). Bessie L. was born in Shawhan, Kentucky, in 1887. Bessie L. died in 1920; she was 33.

ii. Lica.

iii. Price.

iv. Minerva.

Minerva married SMITH.

v. T.H.
370. Thomas E. MOORE Jr. (Sarah Jane SHAWHAN6, John5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1).


Thomas is named as executor of Margaret Pugh’s will (Will Bk. U, pp. 151-152). Margaret is the daughter of Nancy Shawhan and Nicholas Smith.
Thomas E. married Annie May ADDAMS, daughter of William ADDAMS (September 6, 1850-) & Cora Virginia COOK (April 17, 1855-).
From copy of "Cyrus Beecher" Bible: "Annie May Addams (6th child) married (2nd wife) Tom E. Moore (of Capt. T.E. Moore, Pendleton Co., and Sarah J. Shawhan, Harrison Co.). One child, Ann Moore.
They had one child:

i. Ann.


Family of Daniel SHAWHAN (176) & Elizabeth W. (Lizzie) BEDFORD

371. Harry Bedford SHAWHAN (Daniel6, John5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Harry Bedford was born in Carter County, Kentucky, on January 15, 1875. Harry Bedford died in Barberton, Ohio, in November 1966; he was 91.
About 1898 Harry Bedford married Margaret FRANK. Margaret was born about 1878.
They had the following children:

i. Henry. Henry was born about 1899.

ii. Fletcher. Fletcher was born on May 1, 1900.

iii. Margaret. Margaret was born in 1903.

iv. Benjamin. Benjamin was born in August 1905.

648 v. Joseph (1921-1994)


372. John SHAWHAN (Daniel6, John5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). John was born in Kentucky on November 11, 1877.
In November 1899 John married Catherine "Kate" COREY, in Ashland, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

i. Frank. Frank was born on September 18, 1901. Frank died on April 1, 1902; he was <1.

ii. Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born on April 10, 1902.

iii. Daniel. Daniel was born on October 19, 1903. Daniel died on October 10, 1906; he was 2.

iv. Bedford. Bedford was born on July 4, 1905.
373. Pugh Miller SHAWHAN (Daniel6, John5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Pugh Miller was born in Kentucky on February 22, 1881. Pugh Miller died in Rush, Kentucky, in November 1967; he was 86.
From Social Security Death Index: SHAWHAN, PUGH 405-12-6846 (KY) b. 22 Feb 1881, d. Nov 1967. Evidence is inconclusive that this is the same person.

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Kentucky 1910 Miracode Index:

Pugh M Shawhan

Enumeration District: 0047 Color: W

Age: 29 Birth Place: Kentucky

Visit: 0145

County: Carter

Relation: Husband

Relatives: Wife Rachel 27, Kentucky

Daughter Talitha 06, Kentucky

Son Joe 01, Kentucky


In January 1901 Pugh Miller married Rachel ADAMS. Rachel was born circa 1883.
They had the following children:

i. Tabitha. Tabitha was born on July 7, 1903.

ii. Joseph. Joseph was born about 1906.

iii. Mary. Mary was born about 1907.

iv. Robert. Robert was born about 1909.
374. Joseph Ewalt SHAWHAN (Daniel6, John5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Joseph Ewalt was born in Carter County, Kentucky, on July 27, 1883. Joseph Ewalt died in Fairfax County, Virginia, on April 15, 1944; he was 60.
Joseph was born and raised in Carter Co., KY, early on learning how to

hunt to help put food on the table. He soon determined that coal

mining was not for him, so he enlisted in the US Army in 1905, serving

until May 1913, including tours of duty in the US and also in fighting

against the hostile Moros, on Mindanao, in the Philippines; he was

discharged as a quartermaster sergeant. After his release he accepted

a position with the Bureau of Engraving in Washington, D.C. and soon

married Grace Morris, also from Carter County. He also worked at the

US Navy Yard in D.C. and, in 1922, began work with the Corps of

Engineers, where he continued to serve until his death in 1944. He was

a member of the Christian Church and was a Mason. True to his early

upbringing, he was always an outstanding shot and hunter of quail.


On December 26, 1913 Joseph Ewalt married Grace May MORRIS, daughter of John MORRIS & Martha GILBERT, in Grayson, Kentucky. Grace May was born in Carter County, Kentucky, on December 31, 1890. Grace May died in Arlington, Virginia, on November 8, 1977; she was 86.
Grace was born at Smoky Valley in Carter Co., Ky, educated at a high school in Grayson, and graduated from Morehead, (KY) College in 1908, after which she began teaching in the public schools of Carter County. After her family's move to Washington D. C. she became a substitute teacher in the Arlington, VA public schools. She was also very active in the Christian Church and in the Order of the Eastern Star.
They had one child:

649 i. Daniel Green (1918-)



Family of William MILLER (177) & Sarah RULE

375. William Pugh MILLER Jr. (William6, Margaret SHAWHAN5, Joseph4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). William Pugh was born on November 16, 1871.
William Pugh married Willie Moore LAIR, daughter of John Muir LAIR (December 26, 1876-May 27, 1937) & America Layson MOORE (October 25, 1878-September 16, 1972).
They had one child:

650 i. Mabel



Eighth Generation

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Family of Rebecca W. STANGER (180) & Charles DOYLE

376. Grace Agnes DOYLE (Rebecca W. STANGER7, Hannah PEARSON6, Jane SHAWHAN5, Robert4, Daniel3, Daniel2, Darby1). Grace Agnes was born in St. Albans, Indiana, on January 2, 1871. Grace Agnes was buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, in 1937; she was 65. Grace Agnes died in 1104 S Branson, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on October 26, 1937; she was 66.
Death certificate says she died of Diabetes.
On May 10, 1893 Grace Agnes married John Francis MORRIS, in St Paul's Ch, Marion, Grant County, Indiana. John Francis was buried in St. Louis Cemetary, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. John Francis was born in Ohio in August . John Francis was born in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, on January 15, 1865. John Francis died on December 11, 1916 in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.
They had the following children:

651 i. Charles Dennis (-1977)

652 ii. Grace Marie (1896-1972)

iii. John Aloysius. John Aloysius was born in Ohio in August . John Aloysius died in April in a Marion Nursing Home (Bradner ?), Marion, Grant County, Indiana. John Aloysius was buried on May 2, 1978 in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Section B, Marion, Grant County, Indiana.

653 iv. Ethel (1899-1975)

v. Thomas Joseph. Thomas Joseph was born in Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on June 3, 1909. Thomas Joseph died in Marion, Indiana, on June 15, 1999; he was 90.

vi. Catherine Mary. Catherine Mary was buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, after January 20, 1982; she was 75. Catherine Mary was born in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, on February 25, 1906. Catherine Mary died in Marion General Hospital, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, on January 20, 1982; she was 75.

Former executive director of the Grant County Tuberculosis Association. In later years, was secretary for Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. She was also a volunteer with Meals on Wheels.


About 1945 Catherine Mary married Sylvester Francis HUNECK, in St Paul's Ch, Marion, Grant County, Indiana. Sylvester Francis died in April in Marion, Grant County, Indiana. Sylvester Francis was buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Marion, Grant County, Indiana, after April 10, 1969; he was 69. Sylvester Francis was born on June 14, 1899.

vii. Joseph Francis. Joseph Francis was born in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, about 1902. Joseph Francis was buried in St. Louis Cemetary (not family plot), Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky. Joseph Francis died in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, on May 20, 1905; he was 3.

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