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124. JAMES WATKINSON18 LILLY (WILLIAM17, GUSTAVE16, JEAN LILLIE15, CHARLES LILLIE14, GUILLAUME LILLIE13, GUSTAVE HENRI ELIE LILLE12, CHARLES GUSTAVE LILLE11, JEAN HENRI LILLE10, ELI HENRIC LILLIE9, ELI ERICSSON LILLIE8, ERIC GREGERSON LILLJA7, GREGER MATTSON LILLJA6, MATTIS5 ODSGISLESSON, ODAGISL4 SONESSON, SONE3, SUNO2 ANDERSON, ANDREAS1) was born November 10, 1831 in Geneva, NY, and died January 19, 1866 in Indianapolis, Marion County, IN. He married MARY KERPER September 22, 1856 in Reading, Berks County, PA. She was born July 17, 1835 in Reading, Berks County, PA, and died January 27, 1908 in Anderson, Madison, IN.

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AMES WATKINSON LILLY:
Residence: 1893, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN

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AMES LILLY and MARY KERPER:
Marriage: September 22, 1856, Reading, Berks County, PA
     
Children of J
AMES LILLY and MARY KERPER are:
  i.   GEORGE19 LILLY, b. Bef. 1862.
  More About GEORGE LILLY:
Residence: 1893, Anderson, Madison County, IN

  ii.   JAMES WATKINSON LILLY, JR., b. November 10, 1862, Lafayette, Tippecanoe County, IN; d. June 22, 1925, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN; m. BLANCHE M. DOLLENS; b. New Albany, IN.
  More About JAMES WATKINSON LILLY, JR.:
Occupation: 1893, Firm of Lilly & Stalnaker


125. ELIJAH18 LILLY (ARMIGER17, WILLIAM16, ARMIGER LILLIE15, CHARLES LILLIE14, GUILLAUME LILLIE13, GUSTAVE HENRI ELIE LILLE12, CHARLES GUSTAVE LILLE11, JEAN HENRI LILLE10, ELI HENRIC LILLIE9, ELI ERICSSON LILLIE8, ERIC GREGERSON LILLJA7, GREGER MATTSON LILLJA6, MATTIS5 ODSGISLESSON, ODAGISL4 SONESSON, SONE3, SUNO2 ANDERSON, ANDREAS1) was born October 30, 1808 in Fluvanna Co., Virginia, and died August 01, 1890 in Wayne Co., Iowa. He married NANCY CULLUMBER, daughter of JOHN CULLUMBER and MARTHA PATSY.. She was born November 15, 1815 in Madison Co., Ohio, and died December 08, 1864 in Hancock Co., Illinois.

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LIJAH LILLY:
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Notes from Jeffery Brown:

GENEALOGY OF LILLY FAMILY

Lille, France
The Birthplace of Lilly Ancestors

About 900 years ago, the Counts of Flanders had a great Castle, and there gradually grew up around this Castle a little town called Lillie. Count Baldwin the Fifth, surrounded the Castle and houses with a wall and so established the town of LILLE, FRANCE the birthplace of our ancestors.

This was in 1030 and in all the years which followed, LILLE has ever figures prominently in the history of France. Before WWI, it was the headquarters of the First Army Corps, and before the war, it had a population of 200,000, and had beautiful boulevards and handsome squares and was a great mannufacturing city with many railways. The Germans during the war wrought great damage of about $380,00.00 to the city. French public opinion is intensely bitter over the inhuman treatment accorded the inhabitants of Lille, especially the inhuman treatment to its women and girls.

OFFICAL RECORDS

SIRS JOHN and ROBERT DeLisle of Castle Lille, France entered England with William the Conqueror in 1066 Robert DeLisle, who was given our Coat-of-Arms by the King of England was given many estates in the County of Northumberland, bordering upon Scotland. He was the ancestor of the American Lillys. Robert DeLisle married Isabel Camville, who gave him Gosforth and Henry the Eighth confirmed the gift. To the above union were Sir William Lille, whose son, Humphrey Lille married Margaret Bones, daughter of William Bones, who built Streatlam Castle in Northcumberland. Humphrey Lille had twenty-seven manors in Norhtcumberland. The following generations of Humphrey Lillya and Margaret Bones Lilly are unobtainable, but the record is resumed with Bromsgrove Lilly, a descendant of Humphrey who married Miss Owen the daughter of Sir F.F. Iwen. Of his union was born Thomas Lilly of Tarback and Stake Prior. He was twice married; first to Phillippe daughter of Thomas Haskel; second to Miss Joyce daughter and co-heir of H. Henning, Esquire. He was buried at St. Batalph's Aldergate, London; Richard died without issue; Thomas Lilly married Elizabeth Touts and from this union a son, Henry was born; George Lilly of Wilkin Coventry, Warick County and John Lilly. John Lilly married Mary daughter and co-heir of John Gabots of London, mechant tailor. From this union two children were born: Henry Lilly of Worchester, 1590-1636, who was a noted painter of Arms in the College of Arms in London. He was buried in Farmham Church, Essex, where there is a monument of heavy proportion erected to his memory. The second son was John Lilly was married at Tarnworth in 1566 to Mrs. Mary Willoughby, who was a descendent of nobility. To this union a son John Lilly was born. John Lilly married Isabelle Dorlaston on November 24th, 1599 and their sons were William Lilly, baptised April 1, 1604, (in Virginia, he was one of three men who in 1639 were appointed as "Viewers of the Tobacco Crop)"; John Lill and his wife Mar were granted 350 acres of land at Milford, Caroline Co., Virginia on June 20, 1642, (it apperars that John died soon after, leaving besides his widow a son, John; and that the widow married Major Edmund Chisman; concering whom, at a court held in York Co., Virginia, October 20, 1646, we find that "It is ordered with the consent of Edmund Chisman stepfather to John Lilly, orphan, that the estate belonging to this orphan, which they have this day filed an account of in this court, shall henceforward,with all increase belonging to ye said orphan, without charge, so long as ye shall remain under ye tuition of ye said Edmund Chisman. There were eight head of cattle was always made before the other property was distibuted to the heirs). "No te" John Lilly, orphan was born about 1640. He married Dorothy Wade in 16667, a daughter of Arminger Wade. She was the heiress of Edward Masion of York Co., of whom we find no records, save that he lived 70 years of age or thereabouts. Arminger Wade's will was approved April 24, 1667 and mentions Arminger, John Hay, daughter of Mary Hay, deceased; John Lilly and grandchild Anne Wade.

The Arminger family is one of great antiquity. We find mention of Sir Clement Arminger fo Capel Co., Bedford, with description of his coat of Arms. In Burks General Armory, we find many families of both Arminger and Wade and their coat of Arms given.

THE MARSEILLAISE

The words and music of the famous battle hymn were composed by Joseph DeLisle, a french Engineer Officer in 1792 to cheer up the conscripts at Strasburg. DeLisle was pensioned by Louis Phillippe in 1830. He died in 1836. No other song ever written has stirred the hearts as this one.

In Paris sometime ago on occasion of the National Festival of France, the nation paid a great tribute to the composer of this National Anthem. His body was exhumed from its grave at Chois LeRoi and with pomp and ceremony it was conveyed upon a gun carriage and placed in the Palace of the Invalides. Thousands stood with uncovered heads as the procession passed along the streets. All the members of his Cabinet, the President of the Senate and Chamber and the highest officals of the goverment marched behind the gun carriage while a detachment of dragons led the way, President Foincaire.

THE MIGRATION TO AMERICA

Leonard Calvert, a brother of Lord Baltimore built a vessel of 350 tons called the "Ark" costing $200,000. It left the prot of Granvesend on October 18, 1633, arriving at the Isle Of Wight and after many delays sailed from there on November 22, 1633, arriving at Point Comfort, Virginia. It had been planned to land at some New Englan point but for some reason, it sailed down the coast finally pushing up the Potomac and landing its passengers at what is now St. Mary's, Maryland. At starting it had 128 persons on board, presumably mostly Protestants. Twenty of these were classed as "Gentleman" the others as laborers and handicraftsmen in their employ. At the Isle of Wight others making between 200 and 300 persons in all, were taken aboard. Doutless most were Catholics. Another vessel named "The Dove" sailed at the same time and brought their tools, implements, etc.

A John Lilly of Charles City County Virginia was one of three men who were appointed "Viewers of the Tobacco Crop" in 1639. This John Lilly beyond question came in the "Ark" and was on of those "20 Gentlemen". This John Lilly ecidently was the father of John, Arminger, Robert, Edmund, and Mary. Robert Lilly born 1696, died 1810 at the age of 114 years is the ancestor of the West Virginia Lillys. He married Fannie Moody. Arminger Lilly seems to have gone to Georgia; Edmund and Robert crossed the Alleghanies; (Robert settling in Summmers Co., near the mouth of Bluestone); and John Lilly journeyed westward where it seems he has many descendants,

Our remote ancestores are mentioned by historians as a "Great Illustrious Family." In a great surbey of England of 1873 are recorded the forty-seven Lilly land owners.

Many different families in various parts of the United States whooly unknown to each other as well as prominent business and literary men of London, all tell the same, "Our Ancestors Originated in France." Several families named Lillie, who migrated to America at an early day are known to have come from Counties Berwick and Roxburghshire, Scotland. The ancestors of the late E.A. Lilley of Elmire, New York and many of whom have attended our reunions are descendants of John Lilley and Nancy Smith Lilley believed originally from Connecticut and Massachusetts. We find a Luke Lilly was at Marsfield, Massachusetts in 1646 and in 1647, he sold his lands and settled on Long Island in the vicinity of Southampton where his descendents now reside.

THE LILLY FAMILY (THE SOUTHER BRANCH)

The Lillys of America are descended from Sirs Robert and John DeLisle of the Castle of Lille in Normandy, France. They came to England with William the Conqueror in 1066 and for their valuable service the monarch gave them much land and other property. Their descendants settled in various parts of the British Isles, branches becoming known as DeLisle, Oelille, Lisle, Lyle, Lylly, Lyllie, Lillie, Lilley, and Lilly. The ancestor of the American South Branch of the Lilly's was John Lilly the immigrant who came to America in 1633 with Leonard Calvert.

John Lilly the orphan married Dorothy Wade a daughter of Arminger Wade. The records show that John Lilly and Dorothy Wade Lilly had two children Mary and John. Mary married Robert Reade of York County.

John married a Miss Billups and settled in Glouchester Co., Virgina. The given name of his wife is not known, as the early records of Glouchester Co., have been destroyed. But some of the Glouchester Records have been found in other counties and are now in two volumes known as the "Records of Colonial Glouchester Co., Virginia, compiled by Mrs. Polly Cary Mason. These volumes contain the records of the Lilly and Billups Families in Mathews Co., fromerly a part of Gloucester Co. In the "Records of Colonial Gloucester" is a Will of Richard Billups proved February 27, 1752. He names William and Dorothy Lilly, son and daughter of John Lilly among the legatees to his pesonal estate.


     
Children of E
LIJAH LILLY and NANCY CULLUMBER are:
  i.   REBECCA19 LILLY, b. July 03, 1840, Madison Co., Ohio; d. November 14, 1928, Wayne Co., Iowa; m. MARCELLUS BROWN, March 30, 1862, Hancock Co., Illinois.
  More About MARCELLUS BROWN and REBECCA LILLY:
Marriage: March 30, 1862, Hancock Co., Illinois

  ii.   ALLEN LILLY, b. Abt. 1841, Ohio; d. Bef. 1866.
  iii.   WESLY LILLY, b. Abt. 1843, Ohio; d. Bef. 1866.
  iv.   GEORGE LILLY, b. Abt. 1847, Indianna.


126. THOMAS LILLY18 CULBERT, SR. (PRUDENCE F.17 LILLY, ARMIGER16, EDMUND LILLIE15, CHARLES LILLIE14, GUILLAUME LILLIE13, GUSTAVE HENRI ELIE LILLE12, CHARLES GUSTAVE LILLE11, JEAN HENRI LILLE10, ELI HENRIC LILLIE9, ELI ERICSSON LILLIE8, ERIC GREGERSON LILLJA7, GREGER MATTSON LILLJA6, MATTIS5 ODSGISLESSON, ODAGISL4 SONESSON, SONE3, SUNO2 ANDERSON, ANDREAS1) was born January 20, 1834 in Millersburg, Calloway, MO, and died September 11, 1898 in Amador City, Amador, CA. He married ELIZA JANE MYERS June 22, 1865 in Amador City, Amador, CA, daughter of ELEMANDER MYERS and IRENE WOOLFOLK. She was born November 22, 1842 in Flint Hill, St. Charles, MO, and died May 29, 1910 in Amador City, Amador, CA.

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HOMAS CULBERT and ELIZA MYERS:
Marriage: June 22, 1865, Amador City, Amador, CA
     
Children of T
HOMAS CULBERT and ELIZA MYERS are:
  i.   CHARLES LILLY19 CULBERT, b. Abt. 1866.
  ii.   THOMAS LILLY CULBERT, JR., b. Abt. 1869.
  iii.   EDWARD MYERS CULBERT, b. Abt. 1870.
  iv.   ELIZABETH J. CULBERT, b. Abt. 1872.
180. v.   MARY GERTRUDE CULBERT, b. March 10, 1875, Amador City, Amador, CA; d. December 30, 1958, Castro Valley, Alameda, CA.
  vi.   ROBERT DANIEL CULBERT, b. Abt. 1877.
  vii.   CORA E. CULBERT, b. Abt. 1879.
  viii.   CARSIE BOONE CULBERT, b. Abt. 1879.
  ix.   THOMAS LILLY CULBERT, (JR.), b. Abt. 1884.


127. GREEN W.18 LILLY (JAMES W.17, EDMOND16, ROBERT15, JOHN14, JOHN13, JOHN12, CHARLES GUSTAVE LILLE11, JEAN HENRI LILLE10, ELI HENRIC LILLIE9, ELI ERICSSON LILLIE8, ERIC GREGERSON LILLJA7, GREGER MATTSON LILLJA6, MATTIS5 ODSGISLESSON, ODAGISL4 SONESSON, SONE3, SUNO2 ANDERSON, ANDREAS1) was born 1847, and died 1925. He married LOUISA J. LILLY August 26, 1871, daughter of WILSON LILLY and TABITHA SHANKLIN. She was born 1846.

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REEN LILLY and LOUISA LILLY:
Marriage: August 26, 1871
     
Child of G
REEN LILLY and LOUISA LILLY is:
181. i.   NANCY L.19 LILLY, b. Abt. 1873.


128. LUCINDA18 LILLY (WASHINGTON17, EDMOND16, ROBERT15, JOHN14, JOHN13, JOHN12, CHARLES GUSTAVE LILLE11, JEAN HENRI LILLE10, ELI HENRIC LILLIE9, ELI ERICSSON LILLIE8, ERIC GREGERSON LILLJA7, GREGER MATTSON LILLJA6, MATTIS5 ODSGISLESSON, ODAGISL4 SONESSON, SONE3, SUNO2 ANDERSON, ANDREAS1) was born September 08, 1836 in Dunns, Mercer Co., Virginia, and died January 29, 1892. She married WILLIAM H. LILLY, son of ROBERT LILLY and ELIZABETH PAYNE. He was born October 28, 1830 in Giles Co., Virgina, and died March 23, 1902 in Ellison, Washington.

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ILLIAM H. LILLY:
BURI: Flat Top Mountain, Summers Co., West Virginia
     
Children of L
UCINDA LILLY and WILLIAM LILLY are:
  i.   ROBERT W19 LILLY.
  ii.   MARY E LILLY.
  iii.   JULIA A LILLY.
  iv.   ANDREW JACKSON LILLY.
  v.   CELIA J LILLY.
  vi.   JOHN D LILLY.
  vii.   WILLIAM A LILLY.
  viii.   NATHANIAL B LILLY.
  ix.   CAROLINA REGINA LILLY.
  x.   MINERVA ALABAM LILLY.
  xi.   WATSON LILLY.
  xii.   SIMEON LILLY.


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