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Our Ancestors Footprints Left On The Sands Of Time

Updated February 15, 2007

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These are leaves and branches of our Family Tree. We hope to leave a visable paper trail that our Grandchildren and descendants will be able to trace their roots. Someone commented that we have so many crossed lines; We don't have a "Family Tree"; we have a Wreath!

Ancestoral Lines of Barbara Jean Still

Jonathan Aldrich (1717-1765)& Mary Wilson (1720-1770)
Susanna Aldrich (1743-1790) & Wilson Preston (1744-1824).
Susanna Preston & Ebenezer Still from New York State.

James Bailey, Sr. & Lucy Simms, Emigrants from ENG
Richard Payton Bailey (1735-1818 & Elizabeth Anne Belcher (1740-1820)
Micajah Bailey , Sr.(1769-1833)and Naomi 'Omy' Shufflebarger (1774-1860)

John M. Ballew (1820 -1882) & Cincinnati Quians Dunkerson (1826-1899)
Ruth Emogene Ballew (1851-1936) & Cloyed Bailey (1842-1900)

BARNES ENG to Plymouth, MA
Thomas Barnes & Anna, Emigrants from ENG to MA (1635)
Elizabeth Barnes married Thomas Mulford, Emigrant from ENG

John Bicknell & Mary Porter, Emigrants from ENG to MA
Mary Bicknell & Maurice 'Morris' Trufant

John Bigelow & Mary Warren, Emigrants from ENG to MA
Samuel Bigelow, Sr. & Mary Flagg (Electa Cook who married Neslon Still is 3rd Great Granddaughter of Samuel & Mary Bigelow.)

Nathaniel Blanchard & Susan Bates, Emigrants from ENG to MA
John Blanchard & Abigail Phillips (4th Great Grandparents of Mary Jane Rich who married Alonzo Howard.)

Joanna Blessing & William Towne, Emigrants from ENG
Rebecca Towne & Francis Nurse, Emigrants from ENG. (Rebecca was hung after wrongfully accused of being a witch.) (8th Great Grandparents of Barbara)

BREWSTER ENG, Holland, & Plymouth, MA
William Brewster & Mary Love, Emigrants from ENG & Holland on Mayflower.
Elizabeth Brewster married Thomas Emerson, Emigrant from ENG

William Thomas Belcher & Tabitha Bartlett, Emigrants from ENG 1636 to Virginia
Robert George Belcher & Phoebe Isham
Elizabeth Belcher, 2nd Great Granddaughter of William Belcher, Emigrant married Richard Payton Bailey.

Isaac Buswell & Elizabeth, Emigrants from ENG
Phebe Buswell married John Gill, Emigrant from ENG
Sarah Gill married Peter Pattee, Emigrant from ENG
Benjamin Pattee married Patience Collins
Abigail Pattee married Paul Raymond, 2nd Great Grandparents of Mary Jane Rich.

CADY (I have hit only Dead Ends with this line)
George Fredrick Cady (1855-?) & Betsy Ann Howard (1861-1903)
Ida Belle Cady (1890-1915) and Robert Alfonso Meddock

Edward Cogswell (1554-1616 in Westbury Leigh, Wiltshire, ENG) & Alice _____?
John Cogswell (1592-1669) & Elizabeth Thompson (1594-1676)

Andrew Ford, Emigrant & Elinor Lovell, Emigrant; (7th Great Grandparents of Barbara)
Joseph Ford (1653-1690) & Deborah Waldo (1660-1725)

William Gutterson (1628-1666) & Elizabeth Clallem (abt 1630-1710)
Susannah Gutterson (1654-1710) & Samuel Preston (1651-1738) in MA

William Hayward (1617-1659) & Margery Knight (died 1676 in MA)
Hulda Hayward (1636-1690) & Ferdinando Thayer (1625-1713)

James Howard and Mary ___? (born abt 1800 in Dover, Strafford Co, NH)
Alonzo H. Howard (1825-1889) & Mary Jane Rich (1835-?)
Betsy Ann Howard (1861-1903) & George Fredrick Cady (1855-?)

William Knight (1595-1659) & Margery Thayer
Margery Knight (died 1676 in MA) & William Hayward (1617-1659)

Robert Lord, Emigrand (1602-1683) & Mary Waite, Emigrant (1604-1683) (8th Great Grandparents of Barbara)
Sarah Lord (1648-1727) & Joseph Wilson (1643-1718) in MA

Robert Lovell (1595-1672) & Elizabeth Dunckley (abt 1600) (9th Great Grandparents of Barbara)
Ellinor Lovell (1629-1690) & Andrew Ford (1620-1692)

James Henry Meddock (1806-1872) & Emily 'Amy' ? (2nd Great Grandparents of Barbara.

Family Photos

  • Jess Graduation (259 KB)
    1950 Graduation of Jess. His Father drove the school bus.
  • Betsy Howard, Great Grandmother of Barbara (24 KB)
    I have been most excited to establish contact with many of my Genealogy Howard cousins. We all desdend from Alonzo H. and Mary Jane Howard. Betsy Ann Howard was the 4th child born to Alonzo and Mary Jane Howard. She was born in 1861 in Gaylord, Otsego Co, MI and died in 1903 in Gaylord, Otsego Co, MI at the age of 42 yrs. Betsy married George Fredrick Cady October 05, 1885 in Gaylord, Otsego Co, MI. They had six children; Mamie, James, Minnie, Ida, Charles, and Julia.
  • Lydia Belle Howard Knowlton, sister of Betsy Ann (19 KB)
    Lydia Belle Howard, the second child of Alonzo and Mary Jane Howard was born about 1855 at Troy, NY and died March 02, 1916 Lydia married Freeman Chester Knowlton May 19, 1871 in Augress, Michigan. It is reported that they had 15 children. I am grateful to 3rd cousin, Patsy Linge, for sharing these old photos with the Howard Cousins.
  • 50th Anniversary Invitation (57 KB)
    Our daughters planned, made, addressed, and mailed the Invitations
  • 50th Anniversary Picture (29 KB)
    50 Years Later
  • Our Home of 37 years (149 KB)
    This was our Christmas card in 1974
  • Hiram Boggess 1816 - 1893 (23 KB)
    Hiram is GG Grandfather of Jess McKinney. #G368 in Boggess Footprints on the Sands of Time. Page 143 1840 Census Prairie Twsp., Kosciusco County, Indiana: Miram Boggess & wife 20-30 yrs old, with one male & one female under 5 yrs. old. 1848, April 24: Hiram's father, Elisha Boggess wrote his will which was recorded Oct 23, 1851, and bequeathed to son, Hiram 20 acres of land. 1850 Census Prairie Twsp., Kosciusko Co., Ind.: Hiram Boggess, 35 yr old blacksmith; Jane 31; Francis M., 12; Malinda 10; Anderson, 8; Mary, 4; and Lorinda, 1 yr old. 1860 Census Kosciusko County, Indiana: Hiram (Boggus) 45; Jane 42, Francis 23; Malinda 20; Anderson 18; Mary 14; Charles 9; Hiram 7; Emaline 4 yrs old. 1870 Census Kosciusko County, Indiana: Hiram Boggess 56 yr old black smith; Rebecca 56, born in New York; Hiram 16; Emaline 13; Stephen 10; Levi Hall 15; and Warren Hall 12 yrs old. 1880 Census Kosciusko County, Indiana: Hiram Boggess 64; Rebecca 64; and Stephen 19 yrs. old. 1893 article from Tri County Gazette, Mentone, Indiana. "Hiram Boggess died at the home of his son, Charles Boggess, in Miami County, Indiana. Interment took place at Clunette, this county. He was quite well known in Mentone, having been a citizen of this place for a number of years. He was well up in years and had become quite feeble. 1: 1840 IN Census Index , Page 697 Boggess, Hiram IN KOSCIUSKO CO. 008 1840 Bogggess, Elisha IN KOSCIUSKO CO. 2: 1850 IN Census Index , Page 1489 156 305 Boggess, Eliza S. IN Kosciusko Plain Township 1850 156 345 Boggess, Hiram IN Kosciusko Prairie Township 1850 156 299 Boggess, William C. IN Kosciusko Plain 3: 1870 KY Census Index , Page 3873 CO. S. CARROLLTON PREC. 1 432 1870 Lockett, Hiram KY MUHLENBERG CO. BOGGESS PREC. 2 519 1870 Long, Elizabeth KY MUHLENBERG CO. COURT HOUSE PREC. 3 505 1870 Long, History of Clunette by George A. Nye in 1929 It was sometime after the war that Hiram Boggess conducted a store at North Galveston on the west side of the street, some distance south of the cross-roads. Boggess was known as a rather eccentric old gentleman who hailed from the vicinity of Leesburg. From current reports his store was a desirable place to trade, but his methods would scarcely bear the inspection of the pure food commissioners of today. This was true, to some extent, of all stores of sixty years ago, when no screens were used and the hitch racks faced the front door. Mr. Boggess, like many of the villagers, did not bother about wearing any shoes except when on dress parade. Sitting out in front of his store on a summer's day barefooted, or working around his old blacksmith's shop, he was a village fixture known to every one who passed his way. At times, he is said to have lost his religion. Especially was this true when on one occasion a billy goat upset Mr. Boggess and spilled onto the barn yard ground the entire contents of a bucket of corn he was carrying. Just where the goat struck him was always a matter of debate, but as it could hardly have been in the stomach it must have been in the vice versa. With all his shortcomings he was known as a good old gentleman who was willing to lend a hand whenever the exigencies of the case demanded it. His first wife (Jane Chambers) is remembered as a miracle worker. She was one of those few gifted people who had the power to cure boils, bunions, and corns by placing her hands upon the affected parts and chanting the mystic rhymes which brought the divine cure from on high. Boggess's store was a two storied frame building which sat near the present site of the old brick schoolhouse. Scott Schell lived up above the store. Boggess lived in a house just south of his store.
  • Leesburg Cemetery, Kosciusko Co, IN (30 KB)
    We spent four months in 2004 in travel and Genealogy Research. This picture is the head stones of Nancy Daniels and Elisha Boggess. Other of their family are also buried there.

Related Files

  • Descendants of George Fredrick Cady 1855 NY & MI (14 KB)
    The search has been virtually fruitless to find the siblings and ancestors of George Fredrick Cady who married Betsy Ann Howard October 05, 1885 in Gaylord, Ostego Co, Michigan. Evidently both George and Betsy died in Michigan in their early 40's. Julia, Charlie, and Jim remembered very little about their parents or how they came to move from Michigan to Ferry county, Washington state about 1900.
  • Robert Reynolds & Francis Anderson (5 KB)
    Robert Reynolds was a taylor for the King of England. He emigrated to New York city after the Kings death.
  • Researching Ancestors in These Lines (8 KB)
    This is an outline of the Ancestors we are currently researching.
  • Robert Alfonso Meddock (1876 - 1960) (9 KB)
    Robert Alfonso Meddock was the first Forest Ranger of the Curlew National Forest in Washington state in 1901.
  • Phelan ancestors of Caitlyn Elizabeth McKinney (7 KB)
    The Phelan family goes back to Calais, Washington Co, ME; then to Hopewell Cape, NB Canada; originating in Kilkenny, Ireland with John Phelan and Mary Nevins.
  • William and Mary Aldrich before 1560 in England (16 KB)
    William and Mary Aldrich are the Grand Parents of George Aldrich, George Aldrich, the progenitor of the American Aldrich race. George came to America with his wife Katherine Seald, two years after they were married in Derbyshire, England.
  • William Hayward and Margery Knight from ENG to MA (2 KB)
    William Hayward immigrated from Belton, London, England to America with his wife, Margery about 1835. Their daughter, Hulda Thayer married Ferdinando Thayer.
  • Descendants of William and Margery Thayer from ENG (2 KB)
    William Knight married Margery Thayer in London, England. They brought their family to America and were among the early settlers at Baintree, Norfolk County, MA.
  • Descendants of John M. Bellew/Ballew 1820 KY & MO (11 KB)
    I have been searching for the siblings and ancestors of John M. Bellew/Ballew. He spells and signs his will as John M. Bellew. In census records, family history, and a history book of Pottawattamie Co, the name is spelled Ballew. John M. Bellew/Ballew married Cincinnati Quians Dunkerson February 26, 1841 in Grundy Co, MO. I have been able to find nothing on the ancestors of Cincinatti dispite the unusual name.

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