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Descendants of Daniel Dugger


165. DANIEL B.5 DUGGER (BENJAMIN TARLTON4, WILLIAM C.3, WILLIAM "JULIUS SR. "2, DANIEL1) was born June 16, 1862 in Carter County, TN, and died January 11, 1938 in Hillside, Indiana. He married DAISY CURRY, daughter of GEORGE CURRY and LOUISE PAINTER. She was born October 08, 1880 in Indiana, and died August 15, 1956 in Vermillion County, Indiana.

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ANIEL B. DUGGER:
Obituary: Daniel B. Dugger 75 years old died at 9:15 p.m yesterday at his home near TN Valley south of Dana. Mr Dugger was an old resident of that neighborhood having lived in his present home for the past 71 years. He came here at the age of 4 from Tennessee. Survivors include the widow, Daisy Dugger, one daughter Bessie at home, one step-son Murl Dickerson at home a sister, Mrs. John Miller, Hilldade, IN Member of Tennessee Valley Baptist Church.


More About D
ANIEL B. DUGGER:
Burial: Bono Cemetery
Cause of Death: Carcinoma of Stomach death book H-8 page 151

More About D
AISY CURRY:
Burial: Bono Cemetery
Cause of Death: Shock and fracture of left hip - death record book 3 page 60
     
Child of D
ANIEL DUGGER and DAISY CURRY is:
  i.   Bessie6 Dugger.


166. NANCY JANE5 DUGGER (MARY ANN SABRA4, WILLIAM C.3, WILLIAM "JULIUS SR. "2, DANIEL1) was born June 20, 1842 in Carter County, TN, and died September 01, 1919 in Vermillion County, IN. She married JAMES GIDEON LEWIS January 04, 1866 in Carter County, TN, son of WILLIAM LEWIS and MARY GOODWIN. He was born May 23, 1835 in Carter County, TN, and died 1903 in Vermillion County, IN.

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ANCY JANE DUGGER:
Saturday, September 25, 1965 Danville, Illinois Commercial News

Mortimer Lewis-Newport, IN
Mortimer Lewis, former Vermillion County Auditor and a resident of
Newport, died at his home this morning (September 25, 1965) following an
18-month illness. He was a lifelong resident of Vermillion County.
He was born in Helt Township on August 24, 1884, the son of James G. and
Nancy Jane Dugger Lewis.
He was a graduate of Dana High in 1902, Terre Haute Normal in 1912 and
Indiana State Teacher's College in 1915.
He was a principal of the high school in Monon, Montmorenci, and
Hillsdale. He taught one year at Colorado Agriculture College, Ft. Collins,
Colo.
He was married to Wilma Hambridge on October 6, 1920, who survives.
Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. W. G. (Martha) Keucher of Rankin, and
Miss Gladys Jane Lewis, Kenosha, Wisconsin; and four grandchildren.
He was auditor of Vermillion County from 1920-1924. He was appointed to the
State Board of Accounts as field examinator (sic) and served for 25 years
until his retirement 10 years ago.
He was a member of the Tennessee Valley Baptist Church, which his parents
helped to found.
Mr. Lewis was active in the Gideons Society and a member of the Masonic
Lodge and Eastern Star Chapter of Newport. He was a life member of Calnahan
Lodge, Knights of Pythias.
The body is at the Frist Funeral Home, Clinton, Indiana where
arrangements are incomplete.


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AMES GIDEON LEWIS:
James Lewis, a settler of Vermillion County, and an active and public-spirited citizen, was born in Carter County, TN May 23, 1835. His father was a native of Ashe County, NC. James was reared to the avocation of farming, which he had followed the greater part of his life. In his boyhood he attended the common and subscription schools of his neighborhood, completing his education at Taylorsville Academey, of Johnson County, TN. He then taught school some ten or twelve years. In 1863, he went north, and enlisted in defense of the Union as State Guard, stopping first at Mecca Mills in Parke County, Indiana, and in the fall of the same year he came to Vermillion County. He went to his home in Tennessee in August of 1865 and in the spring of 1866 returned to Parke County. In the spring of 1867 he came to Vermillion County, and made his home in Helt Township. He owned 68 acres of good farm land. He was deputy assessor of Helt Township for 2 years, and served as township assessor, having been elected for a second term in April, 1886. Both he and his wife were were members of the Baptist church. They had 8 children- Frederica I., Addie A. Molie R (deceased), William F. < james Lawson, D. Edgar, Nannie E. and Perry M. Lewis Source: Parke and Vermillion County History page 397 copywrite: 1913
     
Children of N
ANCY DUGGER and JAMES LEWIS are:
  i.   William Frank6 Lewis.
  ii.   Nancy Jane Lewis, b. November 10, 1880, Helt Township, Indiana; d. January 23, 1959, Johnson County, Indiana.
  Notes for Nancy Jane Lewis:
Miss Nancy Lewis
Newport, Indiana (Commercial News, Danville, Illinois)
Miss Nancy Lewis, 78, who was making her home with a brother, Mortimer of Newport, died at 8:45 a.m. Friday (January 23, 1959) at the Johnson County Hospital in Franklin, Indiana where she had been visiting a niece. She had been ill two years. Born November 10, 1880 in Helt Township, she was the daughter of James and Nancy Jane Dugger Lewis. She was a retired employee of the Welfare
Office at Newport. Survivors include two brothers, Mortimer and Frank of Sullivan, andseveral nieces and nephews. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Tennessee Valley Baptist
Church. The Rev. John E. Morris will officiate, with burial in Bono Cemetery. The Frist Funeral Home is in charge of services.


  iii.   Perry Mortimer Lewis, b. August 24, 1884, Vermillion County, Indiana; d. September 25, 1965, Vermillion County, Indiana.
  iv.   Frederica I. Lewis.
  v.   Addie A. Lewis.
  vi.   Mollie R. Lewis.
  vii.   James Lawson Lewis.
  viii.   D. Edgar Lewis.


167. THEODOSIA LUCINDA5 DUGGER (MARY ANN SABRA4, WILLIAM C.3, WILLIAM "JULIUS SR. "2, DANIEL1) was born January 25, 1854 in Carter County, TN, and died 1921 in Vermillion County, Indiana. She married DAVID SLATER UNDERWOOD March 11, 1877 in Vermillion County, IN.

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HEODOSIA LUCINDA DUGGER:
The funeral of Mrs. Davis S. Underwood who died at her home in Helt
township [Vermillion County, Indiana] October 20, 1921 was held at the
Tennessee Valley church, Saturday afternoon, the pastor Rev. F. G. Gilroy of
Sidell, Ill., officiating. Burial followed in the Bono cemetery.
The following obituary was read at the funeral service:
Theodosia L.. [Lucinda] Dugger was born in Carter county, Tennessee,
January 25, 1854 and died October 20, 1921 being at the time of her death, 67
years, 8 months, and 25 days old.
She removed with her family to Indiana when a young girl and has
ever since made this state her home.
In young womanhood she became a Christian and united with the Tennessee
Valley Baptist church and was a loyal supporter of the same until removed by
death.
March 11, 1877 she was united in marriage to David S. [Slater] Underwood
who with her daughter Ruth [Mrs. Eddie E. Barr] and four grandchildren are
left to mourn their loss.
Besides her immediate family she leaves a brother, John F. Dugger of
Memphis, Tenn., and a number of nephews and nieces who were almost as dear to
her as her own; and many dear friends and relatives who will miss her greatly.

Marriage record on page 182 Vermillion County records.

     
Child of T
HEODOSIA DUGGER and DAVID UNDERWOOD is:
  i.   Ruth6 Underwood.


168. ELVA L.5 MCQUEEN (THOMAS4, HANNAH3 DUGGER, WILLIAM "JULIUS SR. "2, DANIEL1) was born April 10, 1831 in Johnson County, TN, and died 1914. She married THOMAS C. CROW November 11, 1849, son of ROBERT CROWE and PHOEBE WILLIAMS. He was born March 25, 1825 in Carter County, TN, and died June 15, 1914 in Johnson County, TN.

More About T
HOMAS C. CROW:
Cause of Death: Brights Disease death record #130
     
Children of E
LVA MCQUEEN and THOMAS CROW are:
  i.   Martha J. B.6 Crow, b. July 29, 1852; d. April 02, 1915, Johnson City, Washington County, TN; m. Christian Anderson A. Pierce, December 23, 1869, Carter County TN.; b. 1847; d. Washington County, TN.
  Notes for Christian Anderson A. Pierce:
Civil War: Pierce, Christian A. A.: private, Company H; age: 18; enrolled at Elizabethton, November 1, 1864; mustered in at Knoxville, March 2, 1865; discharged, August 2, 1865; file contains enlistment papers. He fought on Union side.

1870 Carter Co Census: Pierce Christian N. N. 23 TN dry goods clerk, Martha J. 18 TN, John T. 38
dry goods merchant (brother to Christian)
1880 Carter Co Census: Pierce Crisley A. 33, Martha A 27, John T. 9, Eliza L 7, Robert C 5, Sarah C. 2



  ii.   Daniel Crow.
  iii.   Robert Crow.
  iv.   Sherman T. Crow, b. 1865.
  v.   Lena Crow.
  vi.   Etta Crow.
  vii.   Belle Crow.
  viii.   Celia Crow.
  ix.   Alice Crow.
  x.   Charles Crow.


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