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HUMPHREY, IGLEHEART posted by B. Lucas on Tuesday, October 7, 1997

Researching Daniel HUMPHREY and wife Catherine. Last find them on 1850 Daviess Co census, ages 86 and 80; they no doubt died prior to 1860 census, but Where and When??? Possibly McLean or Muhlenberg County? Help! Trying to locate death date, place and burial of Winneyfred Humphrey IGLEHEART. Suspect between 1830-1834. Was on 1830 census (no doubt) Daviess County. Husband Dennis remarried 1834 Spencer Co., Ind. Thanks.

BATES posted by Garry Bates on Saturday, November 8, 1997

I am looking for any genealogy information on the BATES family of Mclean co circa 1867 and before. My great grandfathers name was William Edgar Bates. I am trying to find his ancestry, any help I can get will be greatly appreciated.

DURHAM, TAPP posted by Barbara Craig on Wednesday, November 12, 1997

Hello, I need info about my fathers side of the family. Im looking for any info about my father Ernest Sameul DURHAM br.1916 webster co. and his father Daniel Durham br.abt.1890 McLean Co. and his father James Franklin Durham br. abt. 1861 don't know where. Daniel married Cora Ann Tapp. Only info I have on her are her brothers and sisters married names. I got from a obit clipping of her brother George Ira TAPP. Any info would really be appriciated. Barbara Craig

DODD, GRISHAM posted by Chris Myers on Sunday, November 16, 1997

Looking for more information on James Bethel GRISHAM and parents. He is the son of Green Gresham and Alice DODD; born August 23, 1893, McLean County, KY. Moved to Evansville, IN in 1901. Enlisted in U.S. Regular Army, April 23, 1914 at Evansville, IN. Sent to Jefferson Barracks, MO. Assigned to Company F, 16th Infantry. Saw service on the Mexican Border. Embarked for Europe June 14, 1917. During the early morning of November 3, 1917, a German battalion attacked a group of Americans who were in trenches on a muddy battlefield near Artois, France. Three men were killed, one of them Corporal James Bethel Gresham of Evansville. They were the first Americans killed in the World War. Of the three, Gresham was said to have died first, making him the first American soldier killed in the World War. Gresham was first buried in France at Bathelemont-les-Bauzemont, but in July 1921 his body was returned to Evansville and buried in Locust Hill Cemetery.

BROWNING, DAVIS posted by Jeanette Browning on Monday, December 8, 1997

I am looking for information on a A. J. BROWNING who had the following children: Claude, James, Charles, Mary, Julian, Gladis and Evear. Claude m. Julia A. DAVIS (d. 23 Aug 1954). Claude b. 1880, d. 1955. A. J. served in the Civil War. He had a couple of wives with children from each/all wives. Some of his descendants still live in the McLean Co area and I know that his descendants own a car lot (not sure they sell new and/or used cars). The family lived in Island, KY. Please help.

BENTON, COIN, COINE, WEAVER posted by Todd A. Coine on Saturday, January 10, 1998

COIN or COINE , John D. Coin, born-1833 , in Grainger Co. Tenn./ died 1899 in Mclean Co., Ky. he was married to Dinah Ann BENTON, born 1836, in Ohio Co. / died 1916 in Mclean Co., Ky. their son John W. Coin one of 10 childern was born on Jun. 11, 1863 / died Jan. 27, 1929 in Mclean Co., Ky. he was married to Mary E. WEAVER born on Apr. 11, 1867 / Died Jul. 11, 1949 In Bell Co., Ky. they had 5 childern that I am aware of Forrest (Coine) born Sept. 19, 1889 / Died Jun. of 1979 my (grand father), Myrtle Coine born Mar. 27, 1893, Robert Weaver Coine born July 22, 1897, Walter Coine Jan. 19, 1900, and Marvin Coine born Feb. 1905. I am not sure of the name spellings my grand father spelled our name Coine but all of the information that I have says that the rest of the family spelled it Coin. If any one can help me I would be very grateful.

BRACKETT, ELLIS, HARDIN, MANN, WILLIAMS posted by Steve Ellis on Saturday, January 24, 1998

I am seeking info. on:Charles A. ELLIS[1865-1902] and his wife: Annie D. WILLIAMS[1870-1941]. Their children:Mary A.[1892-1917],Guy{or George}[1895-1968],and James HARDIN[1899-1969]. Charles died in April of 1902[and is buried in Calhoun Cemetery]. Annie then married Charles MANN in 1903{at the home of William and Mary BRACKETT},they then had 3 children:Dolly{1912?-},Nellie{?-195?},and Henry{?-192?}. In 1917 they moved to Minturn, Colo. I believe that Charles Ellis was brought up with his bro. James at the home of William Jackson Brackett. Any info. please contact: Steve Ellis @606-236-0722,469 High St. Danville, Kentucky 40422.

HUMPHREY posted by Beverly Terry on Sunday, January 25, 1998

I am trying to locate any information on George HUMPHREY who died 01/26/44. (vol 011 cert 05125 deathvol 44) He was a black man who was married to Lena. She died 03/12/63(vol 016 cert 07723 deathvol 63. n ). That is all the info I have. Let me know if you can find more. I would appreciate it.

CHADD posted by Keith Fletcher on Sunday, February 8, 1998

Looking for any information on a Mr. James M. CHADD of Calhoun, KY. Chadd was a Civil War soldier in the 2nd KY Artillery. He also served as a wagonmaster for Union scouts in Middle Tennessee in 1865. Thanks,


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