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Johnson, Elizabeth (I1032)
Hardy, Stephen B. (I981)
Holt County, MO Biography

Daniel KUNKEL, b. May 1, 1815 in York Co., Penn. At age ten, moved to Richland (now Morrow) Co., Ohio. He chopped wood and rolled logs; by age 21 had earned 80 acres of land. At age 21, married Veronica BEELER. Came to Mo. in 1847 and settled 1 mile east of Oregon. He made 50 wheat cradles and other similar articles his first season. Started building a mill and had it in operation in 1849. Put up a woolen mill in 1861. He invented and patented several items of tools and "two different improvements on washing machines. His washing machine has taken the premium at every fair" (exhibited), "including the highest award at the great Centennial exhibition, at Philadelphia, and is doubtless the best thing of the kind ever invented." Wife died Sept., 1853. Married Elizabeth HENER of Holt Co. Aug. 16, 1856. Had 6 children by each marriage. He has always been a strong Republican.

Kunkel, Daniel (I23630)
Barnabas' godfather was Bernard Ranicer and his wife. 
Kunkel, Barnabas (I23625)
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were even rarer than wagons, and James W. Councill had what was probably the
first in the countt ub tge fifties. Henry Elrod was conscripted after he had
moved in 1857 to the Flat Top Mountain, and taken to Camp Vance, after which
he was transferred to Camp Mast, where he was captured. He died in 1885.
Alex Elrod was captured by Stoneman, but, pretending to have rheumatism, was
allowed to escape.

Farthing Family.--Dudley Farthing was born in Virginia, April 6, 1749. He was
the son of William Farthing and his wife, Mary. Dudley Farthing died in Wake
County February 22, 1826. His wife was Annie, daughter of WM. Watkins and
Phoebe, his wife. She was born July 4, 1747, in Virginia, and died February
13, 1812, in Wake County. Their children were: Phoebe, born November 15,
1778, and she married John Link, February 3, 1803; Mary, born July 3, 1780,
and died March 22, 1826; William, born August 25, 1782, married Polly W.
Hallyburton, February 9, 1804; John, born September 26, 1784, married Lucy
Goss, first, who died April 9, 1827, and then Polly Amos; he died February 29,
1868; Reuben, born September 1, 1787, married __________; died August 14,
1834; Eliza, born February 22, 1790, and died August 3, 1790. The children of
the Rev. William W. Farthing were: Dudley, born November 29, 1804, married
Nancy Mast in 1831; he died July 8, 1895, and she September 22 1882; Patsy,
born December 4, 1805, married Thomas Shearer, an uncle of Robert Shearer;
they moved to Kansas between 1850 and 1855; Nancy was born February 21, 1807,
married Joseph Brown and went to Missouri; Reuben P;, born June 28, 1808,
married Sallie Brown, and died December 20, 1889; John Atkins, born July 21,
1809, married, first, Melissa Curtis, and, second, Keziah Farthing; William
Brown, born December 20, 1810, and married Annie Kindle; Edward F., born April
30, 1812, and died May 3, 1812; Thomas, born May 9, 1813, married Ermine
Hallyburton; Annie Watkins, born September 5, 1814, married Wm. Young
Farthing, father of W. S. Farthing; Harriet, born March 22, 1816, married
James Brown, and died May 16, 1897; Mary Hervey, born February 21, 1818,
married Hiram McBride, died May 26,

Dudley, Mary (I3496)
106 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taylor, Noah Spencer (I2975)
107 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taylor, Rachel Naomi (I1281)
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taylor, Aaron Joseph (I1280)

Taylor, John Wardell (I451)

Stubbs, Merl (I2227)
111 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taylor, Michael Norris (I410)

Cussley, Samuel (I1372)

spouse: Melvin DEUEL

Discrepancy on death date: some sources show 1971

another shows: 27 APR 1994  
Willden, Kate Larena (I23298)

Stubbs, Martha Amelia (I2271)

Hardy, (Infant) (I931)
116 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Moulton, Afton (I447)

Hurst, Frederick William (I568)
Evans, Alonzo Jefferson (I1025)
Parsons, Samuel T. (I941)
Yates, Barclay (I1036)
Hardy, Lilly (I1001)
Farthing, Joab (I3458)
Hardy, Ailcy A. (I926)
Moulton, Joseph Giles (I777)
Turner, Chauncy (I2368)
126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Taylor, Christopher Subhash (I1269)
Hardy, Elma A. (I933)
Kunkel, Solomon Acton (I579)
Yeatts, Ellen (I1089)
Fausett, Harriet Catherine (I3945)
Snead, Eva (I1148)
John, David (I1556)
Widdifield, Martin Van Buren (I640)
Hardy, Glendora (I1003)
Hardy, Bannister (I620)
Redfield, Richard (I1992)
Fausett, Nancy Mariah (I3953)
Moulton, Joseph (I494)
Johnson, Joseph Ezekiel (I6804)
2. Obituary: Roger Norris Taylor
Deseret News, The (Salt Lake City, UT) - May 18, 2002
Deseret News, The (Salt Lake City, UT) - May 18, 2002
Deceased Name: Obituary: Roger Norris Taylor
Roger Norris Taylor was born October 23, 1941 in Farmington, Utah to Norris John Taylor and Josephine Hardy. He graduated from Davis High School in 1959 and served his country in the United States Marine Corps for four years. Roger earned a B.S. in 1969, a Masters in 1971, and a Ph.D in 1974, all from the University of Utah. He worked at Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia since December 1974.

In 1966 he married Sydney Moulton from Heber City, Utah. They are the parents of five sons: Michael (Victoria), Stephen (Shelene), Reuben (Angela), Marcus (Laura), and Benjamin Jack; and two daughters: Melissa (Matthew) Hardin and Lettitia.

Roger would have said his children were his greatest accomplishment. Adding to those achievements are his 10 grandchildren who fondly called in, "Papa Rog."

Roger loved the youth and spent much of his time and talents in serving them either in Scouting positions, church callings or as a soccer coach. He liked being with kids. His Mother once said that the reason he had such a good time was because he never had a childhood.

He believed in the power of love and was a master at showing unconditional love to those around him. He believed that the gospel of Jesus Christ was nothing more than Love.

Funeral services will be Saturday, May 18th at 3 p.m. at Chapel of Meadows Funeral Home, with Brother William Brumble officiating. Interment Social Circle City Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers please make contributions to the LDS Missionary Fund C/O Bishop Andrew Jones, 3068 H. D. Atha, Covington, Ga 30209.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The (GA) - May 17, 2002
Deceased Name: ROGER N. TAYLOR
ROGER N. TAYLOR, 60, of Social Circle died Wednesday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Saturday, Meadows Funeral Home.

Taylor, Doctor Roger Norris (I2224)
Legend on marker:
"In memory of Mr. Theophilus Redfield, Who Died February Ye 14th, 1759, in Ye 77th Year of his Age."

Added by: Ray Downing
Redfield, Theophilus (I1936)
Kilts, William Theodore (I669)
Hardy, Martha J. (I928)

Taylor, William Wardle (I473)
145 !MARRIAGE: FHL, Archive Record; and Family Group Sheet, Prepared by Annie May Watson Hardy; and Marriage Register, Marriages of Charlotte Co Va, Page 93, Film 0030815, FHL. (Annie was a niece of Charles Ferrell and knew both he and Addie Newcomb personally.)

Letter from Geneva R. Newcomb, RR2, Box 338, Mt Vernon, Texas 75457, her
information came from census records and Family Bible of Samuel Clay Newcomb.
Parents of Addie: Samuel Clay Newcomb, 1846-1933, and Sarah Catherine Moore.

Newcomb, Adalina (I762)
146 History of Pittsylvania County by Maud Carter Clement shows a list of tithables in 1767, included are Thomas Dodson, George Dodson, Lazarus Dodson, and Lambath Dodson also John Creel.
(Information received from Virginia Hardy Frazier) 
Dodson, Jemima (I796)
147 IGI shows parents as Joseph W. Holly and Delaware Y.

Holly, Sally W. (I629)
148 Per conversation with Paula Rousselle, Midlothian, Virginia, Mar 2000, Linton died young. Riddle, Linton (I3393)
149 Per Josephine, he had two daughters by Etta, Maggie and Emily and two daughters by Della, Laura and Esther Lorena. (He married again much later and had a little boy, and they were divorced. She thinks her name was Mary and her last name was either Woodson or Hatcher. She was much younger than Rafe and she was ill, may have had Epilepsy. After they were divorced, Mary's sister Betty Hatcher took care of Mary and her mother both. Rafe died after they were divorced. She was told years later that the boy didn't want to admit that he was a Hardy.) Hardy, Rafe (I603)
150 15 Nov 1866, Shimie Watson, 25, and Mildred East, 25. Parents of the groom Shimie and Mary Watson, parents of the bride Thos C. and Matilda East.

1880 United States Census
Mildred WATSON Household
Other Information:
Birth Year <1840>
Birthplace VA
Age 40
Occupation Keeping House
Marital Status M
Race W
Head of Household S..... WATSON
Relation Wife
Father's Birthplace VA
Mother's Birthplace VA

Source Information:
Census Place Callands, Pittsylvania, Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255384
NA Film Number T9-1384
Page Number 136A
***Shemie's name is misspelled as "Sherrie"***
Source: Library of Virginia Digital Collection


Name and Age: Mildred J. Watson, age 74 as of 1914, resided with her son, Paul
Watson. Married Nov. 15, 1866 by Rev. Wm. Motley

Widow of: Sherrie H. Watson who died on March 11, 1914 of heart disease.
Captured July 3, 1863.

Comrades of veteran: James W. Whitehead, Sr. and James Carter, both of Chatham

VA town: Whittles Depot

Member of: 53rd VA Regt., Company I

East, Mildred (I1134)

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