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
|i.||Jacob Walker Mullins|
|ii.||Thomas Benton Mullins|
|iii.||Martha Ann 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.|
|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.
Notes for Evaline Clementine Agard:|
*Yvonne Ellwood in message on genealogy.com 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
|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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