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Aden Martin Fehlman

Aden Martin Fehlman
birth: at Chicago, Cook Co., IL to Mathias Fehlman and Margaret Arnold
death: 20 Mar 1947 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL
burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Crown Point, Lake Co., IN

marriage: 1 Jan 1885, Crown Point, Lake Co., IN
Pearl Holton
birth: 9 Jun 1857, Crown Point, Lake Co., IN to Charles V. Holton and Margaret J. Cochran
death: 2 Apr 1940, in Chicago, Cook Co., IL
burial: Maplewood Cemetery, Crown Point, Lake Co., IN

Children of Aden Martin Fehlman and Pearl Holton:

  • Claire Ruby Fehlman, b. 11 Dec 1886, d. 24 Sept 1960, m. Emma Don Baker, 15 Oct 1909
  • May Ora Fehlman, b. 23 May 1888, d. about 1960, m. Hugh Keough
  • Margaret Jane Fehlman, b. 18 Dec 1890, d. 16 Apr 1970, missionary to Pakistan until age 81
  • Josephine Geneva Fehlman, b. 27 Mar 1892, d. 13 Feb 1927
  • Walter Fay Fehlman, b. 28 Aug 1895, d. 1951, m. Gertrude Pfirter, 15 Aug 1922
  • Gertrude Fehlman, b. 8 Sep 1898, d. 30 Apr 1973, m. John Alexander, 1925

Aden Martin Fehlman lived In:

1885- 1946: At 325 Vernon Avenue, Crown Point, Lake County, Indiana from the time he was married until he moved to Chicago in his old age to live with a daughter.

Other Information:

Wife Pearl when to Englewood to be with her mother for the births of May, Josephine, and Walter.

If you wish more information on the Fehlman and Holton lines, please contact the submitter at the email below.

Submitted by:
Jo Furman
Email: jofurman@gmail.com

Guy A. Lockridge

Guy A. Lockridge
b. 26 September 1886, Charleston, Coles County, Illinois, to Samuel Hamilton and Margaret Ellen (Denton) Lockridge
d. 22 April 1957, Lorain, Lorain County, Ohio

m/1. 15 September 1909, Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Arizona Ione Baker
b. 5 December 1891, Dickson County, Tennessee, to [–?–] and Ella Iona Baker
d. 15 April 1919, Lorain, Lorain County, Ohio

m/2. 14 June 1920, Lorain, Lorain County, Ohio
Lydia Cotton
b. 15 January 1894, Lorain, Lorain County, Ohio
d. 1964, Lorain, Lorain County, Ohio

Children with Arizona Ione Baker:
• George Willard (b. 1910–d. infant)
• Guy A., Jr. (b. 1914-d. infant)
• Margaret Ellen (1916-1993)
• Meredith Earl (1917-1994) married Emma Rose Hatter

Children with Lydia Cotton:
• Willard Clinton (1921-1968) married Ann Vincer, divorced

Guy’s parents were born in Indiana, but they had moved to Illinois by the time he was born. He lived there until 1900 when the family returned to Marshall County, Indiana. By 1909 he had moved yet again, this time to Lorain, Ohio. He was in Dickson County, Tennessee for awhile, but had returned to Indiana by 1917 when his son Meredith was born in Starke County.

He worked as a rigger in a shipyard, as a railroad fireman, and as a civil engineer in Lorain, Ohio. When his first wife, Arizona Baker died in 1919, he gave his children, Margaret and Meredith, to his brother Charles to raise. After he remarried, he took his daughter back, but not his son. A stroke in 1942 left him confined to a wheelchair.

Submitted by:
Joan Cole
Odessa MO
E-mail: jmcole@iland.net

Emma Rose Hatter

Emma Rose Hatter
b. 20 October 1919, Delphi, Carroll County, Indiana, to William Harry and Bertha Rose (Sudlow) Hatter
d. 26 October 2000, Everton, Boone County, Arkansas

m. 1 February 1941, Knox, Starke County, Indiana
Meredith Earl Lockridge
b. 29 September 1917, Knox, Starke County, Indiana, to Guy A. and Arizona Ione (Baker) Lockridge
d. 18 January 1994, Harrison, Boone County, Arkansas

Children with Meredith Earl Lockridge:
• James Earl (b. 1944) married Regina Lee Scott
• Joan Marie (b. 1946) married Jimmie Lewis Cole
• Guy Dean (b. 1949) married Rosetta Maria Phillips
• Kathaleen (b. 1952) married (1) Harvey Worrie Clark, Jr., (2) Duane Recoy, (3) Steve Riley, (4) Buck Underwood
• Margaret Ellen (b. 1962)

Emma moved with her parents to Arkansas in 1935. The next few years found the family living in Arizona and then California before returning to Arkansas in 1939.

When her father left the family in Arkansas, she took her ill mother and younger brother and sister back to Indiana in 1940 to live with her aunt, Lucy Sudlow, in Starke County, Indiana. While there she met and married Meredith Lockridge. Together they raised her brother, Oliver, and sister, Roseltha.

Emma and her husband moved to Arkansas in 1959, living first in Newton County and then in Boone County, where they remained until their deaths.

She was a homemaker, church worker, and 4-H leader for 35 years.

Submitted by:
Joan Cole
Odessa MO
E-mail: jmcole@iland.net

Margaret Ethel Graham

Margaret Ethel “Maggie” Graham
b. 27 June 1882, Williamstown, Decatur County, Indiana, to William Isaac and Julietta (Cook) Graham
d. 21 October 1957, Illinois

m/1. 27 October 1901, Champaign County, Illinois
George Thomas Peters
b. 29 January 1878, Thomasboro, Illinois, to John and Mary (Redenbaugh) Peters
d. August 1940, Illinois

m/2. 17 September 1946
M. J. Wagner

m/3. 11 July 1950
George Matlock

Children with George Thomas Peters:
• Mary S. (1902-aft. 1939) married [–?–] Billman
• John William (1905-aft. 1939)
• Bertha Etta (1907-aft. 1976) married [–?–] Milligan
• Walter (b. 1909)
• Laura (1912-1996) married [–?–] Schwalbach
• Anna Josephine (1915-aft. 1956) married David Baker
• George Charles (1918-1977)
• Sarah Frances (1920-aft. 1976) married [–?–] Taylor
• Samuel Edward (1923-aft. 1939)

Maggie outlived all three of her husbands and had 15 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren when she died at age 75.

Submitted by:
Irene Krieger
Batesville IN
E-mail: ihdkrieger@yahoo.com

Daniel Gard Wright

Daniel Gard Wright
b. 13 April 1838, Greenfield, Hancock County, Indiana, to Lot and Mary (Martin) Wright
d. 19 May 1913, Linden, San Joaquin County, California

m/1. 19 November 1865, Ogden, Weber County, Utah
Emily Lenora Butler
b. 28 June 1846, Venango Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania, to John Jackson Munsey and Sarah “Sally” (Donaldson) Butler
d. 19 September 1875, Jenny Lind, Calaveras County, California

m/2. 27 March 1877, Stockton, San Joaquin County, California
Sarah Ann Davis
b. 15 February 1859, Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana, to Truman Stilphin and Barbara Ann (Widener) Davis
d. 16 August 1930, Linden, San Joaquin County, California

Children with Emily Lenora Butler:
• Mary Emily (1866-1922) married (1) James Jefferson Douglas, (2) Rufus Wilbur [–?–]
• William Daniel (1868-1938) married Mrs. Dolly (Wright) [–?–]
• Lot Donaldson (1870-1870)
• Edward Lorenzo (1872-1942) married (1) Mary Ramona “Mamie” Chapman, (2) Florence Julia Dietz
• Robert Lee (1873-1953) married (1) Leah Anne Woolsey, (2) Esther Emma Baker

Children with Sarah Ann Davis:
• Ellen Isophene (1878-1959) married Horace Churchill Lewis
• Pleiad Elizabeth (1887-1969) married Smith Lynn Selvester
• Ethel Leona (1896-1977) married Maurice D. Taylor

Dan’s father, Lot Wright, who was born somewhere in Pennsylvania about 1811, moved to Hancock County, Indiana, around 1832. He left for “the West” when he was about 23 and eventually arrived in Utah where he met and married Emily. He was primarily employed as a blacksmith, but also did some farming. In his midfifties he apparently suffered a stroke and was partially paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair.

Submitted by:
Beth Wright Pany
Livingston TX
E-mail: pany@att.net

Ambrose Whitlock Smith

Ambrose Whitlock Smith
b. 2 January 1831, Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana, to James and Eliza (Jones) Smith
d. 22 October 1898, Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas

m/1. 15 August 1853, Jefferson County, Kentucky
Sarah Ellen Kellar
b. 14 February 1834, Jefferson County, Kentucky, to Moses and Catherine Kellar
d. 22 June 1858, Jefferson County, Kentucky

m/2.
Elizabeth [–?–]

m/3. 21 June 1862
Julia F. (Chadwick) Rainey
b. 1 June 1828
d. 20 January 1887

m/4. 23 January 1888
Laura Morill
b. about 1830

m/5. 14 September 1892
A. Baker
b. about 1842

Children with Sarah Ellen Kellar:
• Emma Hite (1854-1920) married Thomas Watkins Campbell
• Anna Ayres (1856-1890) married Edward Bryant Kellar

The Smith family left Knox County, Indiana, about 1834 for Rapides Parish, Louisiana. Ambrose’s parents had a cotton plantation, as well as a house in New Orleans. Julia Rainey had several children from her previous marriage that became part of his household. During his first marriage, Ambrose lived in Kentucky, but later took the children to Louisiana after their mother’s death. In 1859 he purchased land in Lawrence County, Arkansas. Shortly after the town of Portia was opened on the railroad, Ambrose moved there. He was a dry goods merchant, a druggist, and a land merchant.

Submitted by:
Steven E. Kellar
Overland Park KS

William R Mullen

William R Mullen
b. 6 August 1844, Liberty Township, Shelby County, Indiana, to James Franklin and Jane (Vance) Mullen
d. 10 June 1917, Lowell Township, Kent County, Michigan

m. 5 September 1875, Walnut Township, Marshall County, Indiana
Martha Jane Baker
b. 18 January 1854, Rochester, Fulton County, Indiana, to William and Elizabeth Baker
d. 14 February 1936, Lowell Township, Kent County, Michigan

Children with Martha Jane Baker:
• Harley Samuel (b. 1876)
• Nancy Alice (b. 1879)
• Orlando Clyde (b. 1881)
• William A. (b. 1886)
• Ethel E. (b. 1895)

William lived in Shelbyville, Shelby County, Indiana, then in 1858, his family moved to Walnut Township, Marshall County, Indiana. He enlisted as a Private in Company A, 53rd Regiment of the Indiana Infantry Volunteers at Michigan City, Indiana, in April 1865. After being honorably discharged at Louisville, Kentucky, in July 1865, he returned to Marshall County and took up farming. He and his young family moved in 1882 to West Olive Township, Ottawa County, Michigan, then to Lowell Township, Kent County, Michigan, in 1890.

Submitted by:
Barbara Taylor Szabo
Osceola IN 46561-9424