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Daniel Arwine “Reckless” Honeycutt

Daniel Arwine “Reckless” Honeycutt
birth: 4 Dec 1890 at Gosport, Owen Co., IN to Daniel and Louis (Arthur) Honeycutt
death: 25 May 1925 at Bloomington, Monroe Co., IN
burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Bloomington, Monroe Co., IN

marriage: 18 Jun 1910, Monroe Co., IN
Susan Frances Scharbough
birth: 13 Oct 1890 in Kentucky to David and Mary (Nuchols) Scharbough
death: 18 Feb 1975 at Monroe Co., IN
burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Bloomington, Monroe Co., IN

Children of Daniel Arwine “Reckless” Honeycutt and Susan Frances Scharbough:

  • Lila May Honeycutt, b. 24 Apr 1911, m. Wesley Foster
  • Lucille Honeycutt, b. 13 May 1913, d. 24 Jun 1998, m. Frederick Carl Runyun
  • Leland A Honeycutt, b. 19 Nov 1914, d. 3 Jul 1983 at Green Co., IN, m. Nellie [–?–]
  • Lawrence Daniel Honeycutt, b. 1 Aug 1918, d. 28 Nov 1968, Marion Co., IN, m. Lydia [–?–]
  • Lura Honeycutt, b. 29 Jan 1921, d. 7 Jan 1987 in CA, m. [–?–] Sloan
  • Lowell David Honeycutt, b. 20 Jan 1924, d. 27 Jan 1950

Daniel Arwine “Reckless” Honeycutt Lived In:

  • Owen County, Indiana
  • Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana

Other Information:

Daniel Arwine “Reckless” Honeycutt, a salesman for the Nash Motor Company, was shot and killed in Bloomington on May 25, 1925 by Mrs. William Holder after an argument over an automobile. A June 25, 1925 Bloomington Daily Telegraph article described Reckless as the hard-working and reliable owner of three lots in the Driscoll addition. Besides his widow, he left six young children.

Submitted by:
Randi Richardson (unrelated to Reckless)
Email: GFTL@bluemarble.net

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Smith Terrill Walker

Smith Terrill Walker
b. 11 March 1845, Beech Creek Township, Greene County, Indiana, to Edward and Elizabeth Walker
d. 25 January 1903, Lamont Township, Grant County, Oklahoma

m. 18 February 1866, Bloomfield, Greene County, Indiana
Rachel Arthur
b. 1 January 1848, Beech Creek Township, Greene County, Indiana
d. 4 January 1929, Independence, Montgomery County, Kansas

Children with Rachel Arthur:
• Sylvester
• George
• Cora
• Joseph
• Mary
• Blanche
• Estle
• Bertha
• Jessie

Smith emigrated from Greene County, Indiana, between 1876 and 1879.

Submitted by:
A. Kay Webb
Indianapolis IN
E-mail: caitana@worldnet.att.net

Johnson Seth Poppino

Johnson Seth Poppino
b. 30 May 1845, Pleasant View, Shelby County, Indiana, to Silas and Cynthia Anne (Naugle) Poppino
d. September 1918, Fort Sumner, DeBaca County, New Mexico

m/1. 19 February 1870, Edinburgh, Johnson County, Indiana
Phebe Ann “Anna” Arthur
b. 29 October 1848, Clermont County, Ohio, to Jesse and Hannah Arthur
d. 16 October 1880, Indiana

m/2. 19 December 1887
Lurana Margaret Wyckoff
b. 12 December 1857, Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana
d. 1 June 1911, DeBaca County, New Mexico

Children with Phebe Ann Arthur:
• Sylvester (1871-1932) married Ella Boaz
• Claude (b. 1873) married Etta Johnson
• Oscar (1874-aft. 1939) married Mildred Thacker
• Frank (1876-1945) married Aura Myrtle Moon
• Harold (1878-1898)
• Gertrude Florence (1880-1964) married (1) Charles Hiram Ware, (2) Charles Emmitt Johnson

Children with Lurana Margaret Wyckoff:
• Clarence
• Alice
• Eva Louise (b. 1887) married Arthur William Tooker
• Francis E. (b. 1897) married (1) [—?—] Thatch, (2)Buren Jackson Smith

Johnson lived in Shelby, Marion, Johnson, and Morgan counties in Indiana before emigrating in 1889. He lived in Bourbon County, Kansas; Oklahoma and Pottawatomie counties in Oklahoma; Vernon County, Missouri; and Quay County, New Mexico. He was in Company C, 79th Indiana Infantry, 1862-1865.

Submitted by:
Mary Shannon
Monticello FL
E-mail: walter5@noblestar.net

Frank Poppino

Frank Poppino
b. 8 August 1876, Indiana, to Johnson Seth and Phebe Ann (Arthur) Poppino
d. August 1945, Washington

m. October 1902, Grant County, Indiana
Aura Myrtle Moon
b. 26 February 1883, to Clinton and Lydia Jane (Wright) Moon

Children with Aura Myrtle Moon:
• Mary Alice (1903-died young)
• Mildred (1904-1968) married [–?–] Hyatt
• Melvin (1907-1972) married Esther Huff

The family lived in Morgan and Grant counties in Indiana before emigrating. Frank was a private in the Spanish-American War between April and November 1898.

Submitted by:
Mary Shannon
Monticello FL
E-mail: walter5@noblestar.net

James Stanford Arthur

JAMES STANFORD ARTHUR
b. 25 January 1856, Jackson County, Indiana, to William and Cynthia (Ingle) Arthur
d. 15 February 1933, Deer Lodge, Powell County, Montana

m. 13 March 1876, Jackson County, Indiana
Elizabeth Celestine Hunsucker
b. 26 December 1860, Jackson County, Indiana, to Enock Henry and Mary Ann (Brown) Hunsucker
d. 8 August 1946, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota

Children with Elizabeth Celestine Hunsucker:

  • Charles (d. 1927)
  • Edward “Curt” (1877-1963) married Ellen Sunburg
  • Myrtle (b. 1878) married Wallace Richardson
  • Fred (1884-1967) married Mary Fish
  • John Chester (1886-1920) married Olive Muller
  • Rosezetta (1887-1891)
  • Minnie Geneva (1889-1963) married Alexander H. Mootz
  • William “Bill” (1891-1966) married Marie Hill
  • Maude (1892-1952) married Charles E. Sollin
  • Orville Norman (1897-1950) married (1) Mabel Erickson, (2) Myrtle Dawson
  • Martha (1901-1966) married Eugene H. Roger
  • Galays Dorothy married Howard Dewitt
  • Hazel Marie (1907-1960) married Earl Meade

James left Jackson County, Indiana, between 1878 and 1884. He homesteaded in Minnesota, then he farmed and ranched in the Richey area of northeastern Montana.

Submitted by:
Sharon Kay Arthur Knapp
Superior MT