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Ancestors of William Henry Scanlan

      26. Abner C Mullins, born Bet. 1826 - 1827 in Saline Co., Missouri, USA; died February 01, 1873 in Mercer Co., Missouri, USA. He was the son of 52. William S Mullins and 53. Barsheba Lindsey. He married 27. Susan N Steele July 10, 1859.

      27. Susan N Steele, born February 01, 1829 in Saline Co., Missouri, USA; died April 14, 1875 in Saline Co., Missouri, USA.

Notes for Abner C Mullins:
^Information for Abner C. Mullins and his family came from Maxine Hagar, 531 E. Oak St. Box 235, Ogden, Iowa 50212
^Joy Rae South Scanlan

  Notes for Susan N Steele:
*Information for Susan Steele and her family came from Maxine Hagar, 531 E. Oak St. Box 235, Ogden, Iowa 50212
Children of Abner Mullins and Susan Steele are:
  i.   Jacob Walker Mullins
  ii.   Thomas Benton Mullins
  iii.   Martha Ann Mullins
  iv.   Lavina Mullins
  v.   William Parick Mullins
  vi.   James David Mullins
  13 vii.   Lulu M Mullins, born 1865 in Missouri; died March 24, 1890; married James Mason Chilcott September 29, 1886 in Saline County, Missouri, USA.

      28. Samuel Hardisty, born June 09, 1817 in Belmont Co., Ohio, USA; died November 12, 1891 in Adams Co., Iowa, USA. He was the son of 56. Solomon Hardesty and 57. Catherine Warren. He married 29. Maria Headley September 10, 1843 in Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa USA.

      29. Maria Headley, born December 26, 1819 in Whitely, Green Co., Pennsylvania, USA; died December 27, 1891 in Adams Co., Iowa, USA. She was the daughter of 58. Elisha Headlee and 59. Nancy Ann True Or Trice.

Notes for Samuel Hardisty:
~Samuel Hardisty --Born 1816/17 maybe in Ohio; Died December 27, 1891; Married aria Headly from Ohio or Pennsylvania; they came down the Ohio River with Mother, 7 brothers and sisters. At the mouth of the Ohio River the steamboat burned. They reached Keokuk, Iowa (I think Iowa was a territory then) with only their clothes. They came overland to Carbon in 1852 with an ox team, a horse, cow and 20 head of sheep.
A white settlement on the west side of the Ohio River at Keokuk, Iowa Territory was the first us settlement in Iowa and was Hardisty's. Edward Scanlan Jr. brought a book from Afton, Iowa that said Samuel Hardisty was the first white settler.
Samuel befriended an Indian and took care of him. The Indian asked them to be sure and bury him in the ground at Agency. They did. He was a good Indian and the railroad turned aside for him.
~From Edna Chilcott Scanlan

@NOTE: Christie Rae Scanlan Kindt found that he was indeed a good Indian, a good man, and good speaker when he went to Washington, DC to speak in the council which was held by the secratary of war for the purpose of reconciling the Sioux with the Sacs and Foxes. He was Chief Wapello, head cheif of the Fox tribe. Christie found an article in the library at Ottumwa, Iowa while she lived there, that tells of Chief Wapello becoming ill and died while on a hunting trip and Samuel Hardisty driving the ox wagon with the body to be buried. He wanted to be buried by his friend General Street.
"(Samuel Hardesty drove the ox wagon in which the body was conveyed.) In the presence of Keokuk, Appanoose and most of the leading men of the tribes on the same evening of the arrival of the body, after the usual Indian ceremonies, the interment took place. Since then the remains of Wapello have peacefully reposed beside those of his pale-faced friend, and suitable monuments mark the resting place of both."
Children of Samuel Hardisty and Maria Headley are:
  i.   Jasper Hardisty, born 1845 in Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa, USA; died February 11, 1863 in Henena, Arkansas.
  Notes for Jasper Hardisty:
Died in civil war in Arkansas.

  ii.   Louisa Isabella Hardisty, born January 09, 1847 in Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa, USA; died May 24, 1921 in Carbon, Adams Co., Iowa, USA; married Jacob Minter Cozad July 11, 1873 in Cass Co, Iowa, USA; born February 15, 1850 in Bath twp., Green Co., Ohio, USA; died March 16, 1928 in Carbon, Adams Co., Iowa, USA.
  14 iii.   George Washington Hardisty, born December 21, 1849 in Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa, USA; died March 31, 1931 in Adams Co., Iowa, USA; married (1) Ella Evaline Boham October 27, 1871 in Elmo, Nodaway Co., Missouri, USA; married (2) Rosie May Hayes Clites November 30, 1908.
  iv.   Solomon Leander Hardisty, born August 03, 1852 in Keokuk, Iowa, USA; died May 03, 1929 in Adams Co., Iowa, USA; married Lettie Jane Walton March 26, 1876 in Adams Co., Iowa, USA.
  v.   Thomas Jefferson Sr. Hardisty, born December 08, 1854; died April 27, 1936; married Rhoda Alice Cozad August 11, 1879.
  vi.   Nancy Catherine Hardisty, born June 04, 1859; died May 05, 1948 in Lenora, Oklahoma, USA; married Jacob Arment November 06, 1892 in traveled to Kansas in covered wagon and died. (written by Edna Chilcott Scanlan).
  vii.   Benjamin Franklin Hardisty, born March 29, 1861 in Adams Co., Iowa, USA; died February 01, 1936 in Jutland, New Jersey, USA; married Clara Davis Shobe December 30, 1891.
  Notes for Benjamin Franklin Hardisty:
Levitt, Benjamin's wife, as family legend goes, made him disown his family and move to New Jersey.

      30. Daniel Lothrop/Lathrop Boham, born September 09, 1831 in Erie Co, New York/ Pennsylvannia or Cleveland, Ohio, USA; died March 16, 1917. He was the son of 60. Daniel Sr. Boham and 61. Betsy Malissa Dodge. He married 31. Evaline Clementine Agard February 07, 1853 in Portage, Ohio, USA.

      31. Evaline Clementine Agard, born September 02, 1833; died August 12, 1886.

Notes for Daniel Lothrop/Lathrop Boham:
      @This info from "Boham/Dodge/Agard" by Yvonne White Ellwood. February 24, 2001: In 1853 after marriage, he and Evaline moved from Cleveland to their farm near Carbon, Adams Co., Iowa

*1850 Census Clark County, Ohio Enumerated Sept. 21, 1850 Harmony Twp. -- Page 008
Dwl Fam Surname Given Age Sex Race Occupation Birthplace
Boham Daniel 20 M Laborer OH

I wonder if he was living with someone or in a boarding house because there was nothing under dwl.
Also there were more Bohams in Belmont Co., Ohio

Belmont Co. Ohio 1850 Head of Household Census Index Submitted by Rick Allen to Ohio
Soundex Name Township Page
B500 Boham, Lewis Flushing 174
B500 Boham, Mahlon Flushing 174

*Joy R. South-Scanlan
#Daniel Boham
Regiment Name 5 Ohio Cavalry
Side Union
Company G
Soldier's Rank_In Corpl
Soldier's Rank_Out Sgt
Alternate Name
Film Number M552 roll 9

5th Regiment, Ohio Cavalry
Regiment originally organized at Camp Dick Corwin, near Cincinnati, Ohio, October 23-November 14, 1861, as 2nd Ohio Cavalry. Designation changed by Gov. Dennison November, 1861. Duty at Camp Dick Corwin till November 5, 1861, and at Camp Dennison, Ohio, till March, 1862. Ordered to Paducah, Ky. 2nd Battalion left Cincinnati, Ohio, February 28, and 1st and 3rd Battalions on March 1, 1862. Attached to District of Paducah, Ky., March, 1862. Sherman's 5th Division, Army of the Tennessee, to April, 1862. 1st and 2nd Battalions attached to 4th Division, Army of the Tennessee, to July, 1862. District of Memphis, Tenn., to September, 1862. District of Jackson, Tenn., to November, 1862. Lee's 2nd Brigade, Cavalry Division, 13th Army Corps (Old), Dept. of the Tennessee, to December, 1862. Lee's 2nd Brigade, Cavalry Division, 16th Army Corps, to March, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, 16th Army Corps, to April, 1863. 4th Brigade, 5th Division, District of Memphis, Tenn., 16th Army Corps, to August, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, 16th Army Corps, to October, 1863. 3rd Battalion (Cos. "E," "H," "I" and "K") attached to 3rd Division, Army Tennessee, April, 1862. 2nd Division, Army Tennessee, to July, 1862. 2nd Division, District of Corinth, Miss., to November, 1862. Unattached Cavalry, District of Corinth, Miss., 13th Army Corps (Old), Dept. Tennessee, to December, 1862. District of Corinth, Miss., 16th Army Corps, to March, 1863. Cavalry Brigade, 2nd Division, District of Corinth, 16th Army Corps, to May, 1863. 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, 16th Army Corps, to August, 1863. 2nd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, 16th Army Corps, to October, 1863. Regiment attached to Headquarters 15th Army Corps October, 1863, to April, 1864. Cavalry, 3rd Division, 15th Army Corps, to October, 1864. 2nd Brigade, Kilpatrick's 3rd Division, Cavalry Corps, Military Division Mississippi, to January, 1865. 3rd Brigade, 3rd Cavalry Division, to June, 1865. Dept. of North Carolina to October, 1865.

SERVICE.-March from Danville to Savannah, Tenn., March 10-11, 1862. Expedition to Mobile & Ohio Railroad to destroy bridges March 14-15. Beach Creek Bridge, Tenn., March 13. Near Eastport, Miss., March 14. Burnsville March 14-15. Reach Pittsburg Landing March 15. Skirmish Pittsburg Landing March 16. Reconnoissance toward Corinth March 16. Black Jack Forest March 16 (Detachment). Near Shiloh Church March 24 (1st and 2nd Battalions). Purdy Road near Adamsville March 31 (Co. "I"). Expedition to Chickasaw, Ala., and Eastport, Miss., April 1. Near Monterey, Tenn., April 3. Crump's Landing April 4 (Detachment). Battle of Shiloh April 6-7. Corinth Road April 8. Beech Creek Bridge April 13 (3rd Battalion). Affair with Cavalry April 14. Advance on and siege of Corinth, Miss., April 29-May 30. Pursuit to Tuscumbia River June 1-6. March to Memphis, Tenn., via LaGrange and Grand Junction June 10-July 27 (1st and 2nd Battalions), and duty there till September. Horn Lake Creek August 16 (Cos. "A," "C"). 3rd Battalion at Corinth, Miss., till August, 1863. 1st and 2nd Battalion moved from Memphis to Jackson, Tenn., September 6-12, 1862. Battle of Corinth, Miss., October 3-4 (3rd Battalion). Pursuit to Ripley October 5-12 (3rd Battalion). Battle of the Hatchie, Metamora, October 5, 1862 (1st and 2nd Battalions). Chewalla October 5 (3rd Battalion). Ruckersville and near Ripley October 7 (3rd Battalion). Guard Mobile & Ohio Railroad at Glendale October 15 to November 8, 1862 (3rd Battalion). Grant's Central Mississippi Campaign November, 1862, to January, 1863. About Oxford, Miss., December 1-3, 1862. Free Bridge December 3. Water Valley Station December 4. Coffeeville December 5. Raid from Corinth to Tupelo December 13-19 (3rd Battalion). Operations against Forest December 18, 1862, to January 3, 1863 (1st and 2nd Battalions). Lexington December 18, 1862. Salem Cemetery near Jackson December 19. Davis Mills, Wolf River, December 21 (Cos. "B," "M"). Guard Memphis & Charleston Railroad till March, 1863 (1st and 2nd Battalions), and duty at and about Memphis, Tenn., till August, 1863 (1st and 2nd Battalions). Expedition from Memphis, Tenn., to Coldwater, Miss., April 18-24, 1863. Tuscumbia, Ala., February 22 (3rd Battalion). Hernando April 18. Perry's Ferry, Coldwater River, April 19. Expedition from Memphis toward Hernando, Miss., May 23-24 (Detachment). Scouts from Memphis toward Hernando, Miss., May 26 and 28 (Detachments). Operations in Northeast Mississippi June 13-22 (3rd Battalion). Operations in Northeastern Mississippi June 15-25 (1st and 2nd Battalions). New Albany and Coldwater June 19 (3rd Battalion). Hernando June 20 (3rd Battalion). Adkin's Plantation, Mud Creek Bottom, Rocky Crossing, Tallahatchie River and Hernando, June 20 (3rd Battalion). Near Memphis July 16 and 18. At Camp Davies till October. Wartrace September 6. Joined Gen. Sherman at Chickasaw, Ala., and march to Chattanooga, Tenn., leading advance. Operations on Memphis & Charleston Railroad in Alabama October 10-30. Cane Creek and Barton's Station October 20. Dickson's Station October 20. Cherokee Station October 21. Cane Creek and Barton's Station October 26. Bear Creek, Tuscumbia, October 27. Cherokee Station October 29. Barton's Station October 31. Guarding trains, escort and courier duty during battles of Chattanooga, Tenn., November 23-25. Pursuit to Ringgold, Ga., November 26-27. March to relief of Knoxville, Tenn., November 28-December 8. Near Loudon December 2. (3rd Battalion joined Long's Brigade in Knoxville.) Expedition to Tellico Plains after Longstreet's trains December 6-11. Report to Gen. Howard at Athens, Tenn. Picket Hiawassee River and courier duty between Grant and Burnside. Regiment veteranize at Larkinsville, Ala., January, 1864. Near Kelly's Plantation, Sulphur Springs, April 11 (Detachment). Atlanta (Ga.) Campaign May 1 to September 8. Advance guard of 3rd Division, 15th Army Corps, to near Rome, Ga. Operations on line of Pumpkin Vine Creek and battles about Dallas, New Hope Church and Allatoona Hills May 25-June 5. Old Church June 13. March to Kingston June 22. Duty there and at Cartersville guarding railroad till November 7. Cartersville July 24. Canton August 22. Shadow Church and Westbrooks near Fairburn October 2 (Detachment). Marietta October 4. March to the sea November 15-December 10. Bear Creek Station November 16. East Macon, Walnut Creek, November 20. Waynesboro November 27-28. Buckhead Creek or Reynolds' Plantation November 28. Rocky Creek Church December 2. Ebenezer Creek December 8. Siege of Savannah December 10-21. Altamaha Bridge December 17. Campaign of the Carolinas January to April, 1865. Williston, S. C., February 8. North Edisto February 12-13. Monroe's Cross Roads March 16. Taylor's Hole Creek, Averysboro, N. C., March 16. Battle of Bentonville March 19-21. Goldsboro March 23. Advance on Raleigh April 10-13. Raleigh April 13. Morrisville April 14. Bennett's House April 26. Surrender of Johnston and his army. Picket near Raleigh till April 30. Duty in Sub-District of Morgantown, District of Western North Carolina, Dept. of North Carolina, to October, 1865. Mustered out October 30, 1865.
Regiment lost during service 1 Officer and 26 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 3 Officers and 140 Enlisted men by disease. Total 170.

  Notes for Evaline Clementine Agard:
*Yvonne Ellwood in message on Boham message board dated February 24, 2001 states that Evaline was Scotch-German and before they were married she was known as the "Bell of Douglas". Yvonne also states that they amassed great wealth in Iowa.

*Ashtabula Co., Ohio Index to head of Households 1840 Census A. Agard, Friend W. Saybrook TWP. Possable relative?
*Joy R. South Scanlan
Children of Daniel Boham and Evaline Agard are:
  15 i.   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; married George Washington Hardisty October 27, 1871 in Elmo, Nodaway Co., Missouri, USA.
  ii.   George Lothrup Boham, born August 17, 1856; married Rose Arment.
  iii.   William Lan/mson Boham, born January 04, 1858; married Alice Cole.
  iv.   Edwin Wesley Boham, born November 05, 1861; died October 11, 1923; married Mina Amelia Van Oker March 20, 1893.
  Notes for Edwin Wesley Boham:
Information about Edwin and his family was donated to Genealogy. com by Yvonne Ellwood February 24, 2001 "Edwin Boham and family moved from Iowa to a farm he bought near Alva, Oklahoma in 1902. When Mina died, her body was taken back to Quincy Cemetery, Adams Co., Iowa for burial. The three younger children: Bertha, Elizabeth (Libby), and Alva stayed in Iowa to be raised by their grandparents the VanOckers in Carbon, Iowa The older children returned to Oklahoma with their father and remained there the rest of their lives. The first three younger ones married and remained in Iowa.

  v.   Charles Luther Boham, born March 11, 1866; died October 05, 1919; married Alice May Meyer; born July 22, 1871; died March 14, 1912.
  More About Charles Luther Boham:
Burial: Alva, Oklahoma, USA

  More About Alice May Meyer:
Burial: Quincy Cemetery, Adams Co., Iowa, USA

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