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Ancestors of William Henry Scanlan


      10. Charles Dennis Sullivan, born February 17, 1820 in Near Cork, Ireland; died March 15, 1912 in Mercer Twp. Adams Co., Iowa, USA. He was the son of 20. Dennis Sullivan and 21. Ellen Crowley. He married 11. Margaret Geary 1857 in Dubuque, Iowa, USA.

      11. Margaret Geary, born Abt. 1839; died February 01, 1879.

Notes for Charles Dennis Sullivan:
Information for Dennis Charles Sullivan and some of the information on Charles Dennis Sullivan family came from attending the 1996 Sullivan reunion at Corning, Iowa. Vince Sullivan and his wife Glenna and Ellen Seaton were main contributors.

Obituary of Charles Sullivan

Charles Sullivan one of the best known farmers of Mercer township died at his home last Friday evening March 15, 1912, at 9:30 after an illness of several weeks, mainly of old age, aged 81 years and 21 days. The deceased was born in Southern Ireland near the city of Cork, February 22, 1831 and when a few months old was brought to this country by his parents who located in Philadelphia where the subject of this sketch grew to manhood. He has often told us of his working in a printing office when a boy and before the printing press had been perfected to a degree that it had a "fly" and his work was to catch the paper as the bed of the press came through and pulled it off. This he told with a great deal of enthusiasm. When eighteen years of age he made a trip to the gold fields of California, going by way of the Isthmus of Panama. In California he followed various occupations and finally returned east crossing the plains and located at Dubuque, Iowa in 1856, where he was married to Miss Margaret Geary in 1857 and to them were born eleven children, eight of whom are living and are John Sullivan, Carl, Nevada; Katie Sullivan, Otterburn, Iowa; Mrs. Anna Glew, Dubuque, Iowa; Mary Sullivan of St. Joseph's Hospital, Kansas City, Mo.; Dennis, Joe and Charles of Corning; and Mrs. Maggie Scanlan, Brooks, Iowa. In 1875 Mr. Sullivan removed from Dubuque county to Adams County and purchased the farm on which he lived until the time of his death. His wife died in Adams County in 1881. In 1884 he was married to Miss Anna Maney, who survives him. To them were born six children Nellie, Lizzie, Nora, Frances, William and Dan. The Funeral was held from St. Patrick's Catholic Church on Monday Morning conducted by Father Richard Dollard . Internment in Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Sullivan had been very successful since coming to this county and has a large tract of good land in Mercer township. He will be missed by his large circle of friends. End of Obit

When Charles died his second family fought the estate and many hard feelings lasted a long time.

Charles Sullivan, it has been said, was sort of a mean man. He chased his wife Margaret down the road with a bull whip. Also if you went to their house after dark you had to be careful as they might shoot at you.

More About Charles Dennis Sullivan:
Burial: Quincy Cemetery, Adams Co., Iowa, USA

  Notes for Margaret Geary:
copied from info from Ellen Seaton or Vince & Glenna Sullivan.

Charles Sullivan's second wife was Margaret Geary (Garey). They were married in 1857 in Dubuque, Iowa. She died February 1, 1879 (Charles obit stated she died in 1881). She is buried in Calvary Cemetery at Corning, Iowa. They had 11 living children. She died when Mary Sullivan was 2 years old and Margaret Sullivan was 4 years old. Margaret Geary Sullivan had a sister who died at age 8 or 9 years, and two brothers that never married. People say she was a fine cultured lady and Charles a hardworking Irishman.

More About Margaret Geary:
Burial: Calvary Cemetery, Corning, Adams Co., Iowa, USA
     
Children of Charles Sullivan and Margaret Geary are:
  i.   James Sullivan
  ii.   Richard Sullivan
  iii.   Anna Sullivan, born March 19, 1858; died July 15, 1941.
  iv.   Catherine Sullivan, born October 02, 1859; died July 24, 1934.
  v.   Dennis Sullivan, born September 20, 1860; died June 07, 1930.
  Notes for Dennis Sullivan:
Obituary
Dennis Sullivan, well known pioneer resident of Adams county, passed away Saturday afternoon at 3:50 o'clock at the Clarinda State Hospital where he had been for treatment since April 21. For a number of months Mr. Sullivan had been in failing health. He resided on a farm south of Corning. Mr. Sullivan was born near Farley, Dubuque County, Iowa, September 20, 1860 and was aged 69 years, 9 months and 17 days at the time of his death. Mr. Sullivan came to Adams county with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sullivan, in 1868 where the family located on the farm in Mercer township. Since that time Mr. Sullivan has always resided in Adams County, spending most of his life on a farm. Mr. Sullivan was twice married and is survived by one son by his first marriage, John Dennis Sullivan, of Corning. He is also survived by one brother, Charles Sullivan of Corning and four sisters. The Sisters are Mrs. Annie Glue of Delaware, Iowa: Miss Mary Sullivan of National Home, Kansas: Mrs. Kate Sullivan of this county and Mrs. Maggie Scanlon of Cromwell.
He is also survived by three stepsisters and two step-brothers. They are Mrs. Nellie Jackson of Buckley, Washington; Mrs. Nora Scott of Burien, Washington; Mrs. Francis William of Cascade, Idaho, Dan and William Sullivan of this vicinity.
Funeral services were held from the Charles Sullivan home west of Corning, Monday morning. The services were in charge of Rev. Fr. M. J. Powers and burial was made in Calvary cemetery.

  vi.   John Sullivan, born 1861; died May 1923.
  vii.   Charles Sullivan, born June 12, 1867; died July 22, 1945.
  viii.   Thomas Sullivan, born June 27, 1869; died September 02, 1888.
  ix.   Joseph Sullivan, born May 01, 1872; died July 16, 1913.
  5 x.   Margaret Sullivan, born January 06, 1874 in Dubuque Co., Iowa, USA; died December 29, 1934 in Home of Clara Russel, Creston, Iowa, USA; married James Patrick Scanlan November 19, 1891 in St. Patrick's Church, Corning, Adams Co., Iowa, USA.
  xi.   Mary Sullivan, born October 1877; died February 09, 1938.


      12. James Mason Chilcott, born January 23, 1857 in Virginia, USA; died 1923 in Miami Cem., Miami, Saline Co., Missouri, USA. He was the son of 24. Aaron Chilcott and 25. Eveline Brill. He married 13. Lulu M Mullins September 29, 1886 in Saline County, Missouri, USA.

      13. Lulu M Mullins, born 1865 in Missouri; died March 24, 1890. She was the daughter of 26. Abner C Mullins and 27. Susan N Steele.
     
Children of James Chilcott and Lulu Mullins are:
  6 i.   Wallace James Chilcott, born December 17, 1885 in Harlan, Shelby Co., Iowa, USA; died October 17, 1953 in Corning, Adams Co., Iowa, USA; married Grace Maria Hardisty March 14, 1911 in Corning, Adams Co., Iowa, USA.
  ii.   Susie Chilcott, born July 04, 1888.


      14. George Washington Hardisty, born December 21, 1849 in Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa, USA; died March 31, 1931 in Adams Co., Iowa, USA. He was the son of 28. Samuel Hardisty and 29. Maria Headley. He married 15. Ella Evaline Boham October 27, 1871 in Elmo, Nodaway Co., Missouri, USA.

      15. Ella Evaline Boham, born December 19, 1854 in Akron or Cleveland, Ohio, USA; died January 21, 1905 in Buried in Quincy Cem., Adams co., Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of 30. Daniel Lothrop/Lathrop Boham and 31. Evaline Clementine Agard.

Notes for George Washington Hardisty:
      #George Washington Hardisty was a farmer in Jasper Twp., Adams Co., Iowa, USA. Grandpa George W. Hardisty Sr. carried mail from White Cloud to Glenwood, IA. by buckboard when he was 13 years old. George was 18 and Ella was 15 or 16 when married. They rode horseback to Elmo, Missouri to be married along with two or three others. He was a storekeeper and taught school in Quincy and Carbon. He kicked a drunk and was sorry he did. All Children born in Carbon except Grace. Their farm was west of Willow Springs. Then Lote Boham bought 160 acres at Brooks and deeded it to his five children and they sold it to George Sr.. While living in Carbon he was admitted to the bar. While a lawyer and also teaching, a girl wanted to learn civil government, so he bought the book and taught her. George was Justice of the Peace and also Mayor of Corning, Iowa. He joined the Methodist Church in 1910.
      #Edna Ella Chilcott Scanlan

More About George Washington Hardisty:
Burial: Quincy Cem., Adams Co., Iowa, USA

More About Ella Evaline Boham:
Burial: Quincy Cemetery, Corning, Adams Co., Iowa, USA
     
Children of George Hardisty and Ella Boham are:
  i.   Zo Lena Hardisty, born April 06, 1871; died September 12, 1872.
  ii.   Millie Zoula Hardisty, born March 13, 1873; died 1958; married (1) Edwin H Thomas; married (2) Robert Burns.
  Notes for Millie Zoula Hardisty:
Soon after Bertha was born, 1. Burns left for World War I overseas and never came back. Later years someone saw him in California going down the street with a girl on each arm. Later Aunt Zula kept house for her Grandfather Lote Boham, Carbon, Adams Co., Iowa. and when she married 2. Ed Thomas, Lote bought a house in Corning and gave it to her. Edna Ella Chilcott Scanlan use to go to their garden pump for water in the warm weather.

  iii.   Agnes Pearl Hardisty, born January 16, 1875; died August 03, 1935; married Sherman Ole Walton September 25, 1893.
  iv.   Samuel Lothrup Tilden Hardisty, born January 19, 1877.
  Notes for Samuel Lothrup Tilden Hardisty:
Tilden or Lilton lived in Arkansas or Missouri; Married Alice; several children; wasn't liked very well by other children.

  v.   Fay Louisa Hardisty, born February 16, 1879; died September 05, 1964; married Willard W Thomas October 20, 1895.
  vi.   Eppa Vivian Hardisty, born December 08, 1879.
  Notes for Eppa Vivian Hardisty:
Notes For Eppa Hardisty: Never married

  vii.   Eugene Benjamin Hardisty, born February 15, 1883.
  Notes for Eugene Benjamin Hardisty:
*Gene was a bachelor; lived with Epp; was good to us kids but was standoffish and never talked much to us kids. He and Epp were hard drinkers.
*Edna Ella Chilcott Scanlan

  viii.   Myrtle Olive Hardisty, born September 16, 1885; died November 18, 1972 in Adams Co., Iowa, USA; married Clinton D Flowers February 19, 1907.
  ix.   George Washington Jr Hardisty, born February 03, 1888; died August 01, 1949; married December 20, 1910.
  x.   Evaline Ella Hardisty, born March 30, 1889; died February 03, 1979 in Cresco, Howard, Iowa, USA; married Alfred White January 24, 1911 in Corning, Adams Co., Iowa, USA.
  7 xi.   Grace Maria Hardisty, born April 19, 1893 in Brooks, Adams Co., Iowa, USA; died November 02, 1972 in Corning, Adams Co., Iowa, USA; married Wallace James Chilcott March 14, 1911 in Corning, Adams Co., Iowa, USA.



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