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Zebulon Collins Smith

Zebulon Collins Smith
b. 20 October 1806, Kentucky
d. 26 November 1878, Corydon, Wayne County, Iowa

m/1. 2 June 1831, Monroe County, Indiana
Martha “Patsey” Finley

m/2. 6 June 1836, Monroe County, Indiana
Mary Ann “Polly” Moore
b. 22 October 1818, Lincoln County, Kentucky, to William and Ann (Inyart) Moore
d. 15 January 1914, Osceola, Clarke County, Iowa

Children with Martha Finley:
• Martha Jane (b. 1833) married Joseph Jefferson Maxwell

Children with Mary Ann Moore:
• John Moore (1839-1922) married Anna Maria Ralph
• Cynthia Ann (1841-1940) married Aaron Kennedy Ralph
• Mary McClelan (1843-1931) married Freeland Edwards
• William Henry (1846-1919) married Mary Elizabeth Miner
• Jacob Zebulon “Jake” (1850-1930) married Lydia Anne DeMar
• Reuben Jasper (1853-1925) married Mattie Matison
• Theodoria Ellen (b. 1856) married Frank Archer

It is unknown when Zebulon immigrated to Indiana; however he lived in Monroe County and, after his second marriage, in Orleans, Orange County, before emigrating in 1855 to Clark County, Iowa.

Submitted by:
Mrs. Helen M. Fridblom
Lawrence KS

Mary Ann Moore

Mary Ann Moore
b. 22 October 1818, Lincoln County, Kentucky, to William and Ann (Inyart) Moore
d. 15 January 1914, Osceola, Clark County, Iowa

m. 6 June 1836, Monroe County, Indiana
Zebulon Collins Smith
b. 20 October 1806, Kentucky
d. 26 November 1878, Corydon, Wayne County, Iowa

Children with Zebulon Collins Smith:
• John Moore (1839-1922) married Anna Maria Ralph
• Cynthia Ann (1841-1940) married Aaron Kennedy Ralph
• Mary McClelan (1843-1931) married Freeland Edwards
• William Henry (1846-1919) married Mary Elizabeth Miner
• Jacob Zebulon “Jake” (1850-1930) married Lydia Anne DeMar
• Reuben Jasper (1853-1925) married Mattie Matison
• Theodoria Ellen (b. 1856) married Frank Archer

In 1819, Mary Ann immigrated to Indiana from Lincoln County, Kentucky. She lived in Monroe County, where she married the widower Zebulon Smith. They moved to Orange County near where her parents lived in Washington County before immigrating to Clark County, Iowa, around 1855.

Submitted by:
Mrs. Helen M. Fridblom
Lawrence KS

William B Sanders

William B. Sanders
b. 31 Dec 1800, England
d. 26 Feb 1875, Switzerland County, Indiana
bur. Bovard Cemetery, Cotton Township, Switzerland County, Indiana

William B Sanders gravestone

William B Sanders gravestone

m1. England
Ann White

m2. 5 Mar 1837, Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio
Susan Estep
b. abt 1804, Maryland
d. 23 Aug 1864, Switzerland County, Indiana
bur. Bovard Cemetery, Cotton Township, Switzerland County, Indiana
Susan m1. Johnson Moran, 4 Mar 1824, Prince George’s County, Maryland

Susan Estep and Winfield Sanders gravestone

Susan Estep and Winfield Sanders gravestone

Children of William B. Sanders and probably Ann White:

  • Richard H Sanders (cir. 1828-1856) m. Caroline Merrill
  • Violetta B. Sanders (1831-1912) m. William A. Archer

Children of William B. Sanders and Susan Estep:

  • Joshua Sanders (1838–1866), m. Elzira Matilda Ryan
  • George W. Sanders (1842–1901), m. Sarah Jane Dunning
  • Edwin Sanders (1845–1922), m. Fanny C. Moore
  • Winfield S. Sanders (1848–1864)

William’s life in England is unknown, but he did have 2 children born there. By 1834, he was living in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio. After 1850, William, Susan, and their family lived in Cotton Township, Switzerland County, Indiana.

Submitted by:
Tina Lyons (genwishlist@gmail.com)
Fort Wayne, IN