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Ottmar Meguschar

Ottmar Meguschar
birth: 29 Oct 1853 in Austria to Emil Meguschar and Lady Jeanette of Heldenfeldt
death: 30 Dec 1930 at Spencer, Owen Co., IN
burial: Riverside Cemetery, Spencer, Owen Co., IN

marriage: 14 May 1894, Owen Co., IN
Olga Denkewalter
birth: 1 Sep 1872 at Manistee, Michigan to Frederick William and Elizabeth (Hoyer) Denkewalter
death: 13 Jan 1946, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN
burial: Riverside Cemetery, Spencer, Owen Co., IN

Children of Ottmar Meguschar and Olga Denkewalter:

  • Bruno Emil “Ben” Meguschar, b. 4 Mar 1895, d. 7 Apr 1950, m. (1) Lucile May Chambers, (2) Beatrice [–?–]
  • Hilda Meguschar, b. 4 Mar 1897, d. 7 Nov 1984, no indication of a marriage for Hilda
  • Edith Ida Meguschar, b. 4 Mar 1899, d. 24 Nov 1985, m. Don A. Deuitch
  • Walter O. Meguschar, b. 15 Mar 1909, d. 21 Dec 1979, no indication of a marriage for Walter

Ottmar Meguschar lived In:
Ottmar was born in Austria. He married and lived the remainder of his life in Owen County, Indiana.

Other Information:

Submitter is not related to this Hoosier ancestor.

Submitted by:
Randi Richardson
Email: GFTL@bluemarble.net

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Lewis McClellan Walden

Lewis McClellan Walden
birth: June 1862, probably in Owen Co., IN to Zephania Walden and Nancy A (Abernathy) Walden
death: 16 Jun 1938, Owen Co., IN
burial: Chambersville Cemetery, Owen Co., IN

marriage: 9 Nov 1883, Owen Co., IN
Hattie Chambers
birth: 22 Jun 1864 in Indiana to Isaac and Lynne Chambers
death: 21 Nov 1964, Owen Co., IN
burial: Chambersville Cemetery, Owen Co., IN

Children of Lewis McClellan Walden and Hattie Chambers:

  • Pearl Walden, b. 1884, d. unknown, m. Emmett Rumple
  • Bert Walden, b. 1885, d. 1917, m. Mamie E Hawkins
  • Ralph Walden, b. 1888, d. 1973, m. Jennie Swafford
  • Charles R Walden, b. c1895, d. 1968, m. Mary M Allen

Lewis McClellan Walden Lived In:

It is believed that Lewis lived his entire life in Monroe and Owen Counties, primarily the latter.

Other Information:

This ancestor of no relation to the submitter.

Submitted by:
Randi Richardson
Email: GFTL@bluemarble.net

Zephania E Walden

Zephania E Walden
birth: 3 Jun 1833, probably in Monroe Co., IN, to Lewis L Walden and Virlincha G (Parks) Walden
death: 22 Jan 1916, Owen Co., IN
burial: Chambersville Cemetery, Owen Co., IN

marriage: 27 Apr 1854, Monroe Co., IN
Nancy A Abernathy
birth: 1 Feb 1833, in Indiana, to Eli and Polly/Mary (Havener) Abernathy
death: 2 Mar 1919, Owen Co., IN
burial: Chambersville Cemetery, Owen Co., IN

Children of Zephania E Walden and Nancy A Abernathy:

  • Amanda Walden, b. 1857, d. 1875, m. Abner Evans
  • Lewis M Walden, b. 1862, d. 1938, m. Hattie Chambers

Zephania E Walden Lived In:

  • Monroe County, Indiana
  • Owen County, Indiana

Other Information:

Most of the family is buried in Chambersville Cemetery east of Spencer.

There is no relation between this Indiana ancestor and the submitter.

Submitted by:
Randi Richardson
Email: GFTL@bluemarble.net

Dudley Duncan Langton

Dudley Duncan Langton
b. 16 February 1875, Kempton, Tipton County, Indiana, to Henry A. and Jeannie F. (Turpin) Langton
d. 10 July 1914, Moberly, Randolph County, Missouri

m/1. 29 December 1897, Delphi, Carroll County, Indiana
Hulda Ray Williams
b. 14 October 1874, Delphi, Carroll County, Indiana, to Waldo Wright and Mary L. (Kirkman) Williams
d. 1 January 1944, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
divorced.

m/2.
Hulda Ray Williams
divorced.

m/3.
Maude Higgins

m/4.
Violet Reese

Children with Hulda Ray Williams:
• Martha Florence (1898-1969) married Walter Clinton McCoy
• Joseph Henry (1900-1969) married (1) Bernice [–?–], (2) Hazel Bye Chambers
• Hulda Isabell (b. 1905) married Lloyd E. Berg Children with Violet Reese:
• Dudley (b. 1912)
• daughter (b. 1914)

Around 1902, Dudley left Delphi, Indiana, for McCroy, Arkansas, then went to Des Moines, Iowa, in 1910. At the time of his death in an auto accident, he was employed as a log buyer.

The local newspaper stated that his widow and two small children in Moberly, Missouri, survived him. However, it seems that he never divorced Mrs. Maude Langton. So, he may or may not have been legally married to Violet Reese. Dudley and Maude did leave Des Moines and lived in Pekin, Illinois, for several years after Mr. Reese threatened Dudley. Mrs. Violet Langton brought Dudley’s body to Frankfort, Clinton County, Indiana, for burial, despite the complaints of Mrs. Maude Langton.

Submitted by:
Pat McCoy
Laguna Woods CA
E-mail: bplaghls@worldnet.att.net

Milo Manlove Flemming

Milo Manlove Flemming
b. 1 September 1882, Grant County, Indiana, to Marion Francis and Sarah Ellen (Kelley) Flemming
d. 9 November 1964, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania

m/1. 24 December 1912, Hamilton County, Ohio
Celia Irene Neese
b. to Martin and Carrie Neese
d. 20 November 1915, College Hill, Hamilton County, Ohio

m/2. 23 March 1923, Clarksburg, Harrison County, West Virginia
Hazel Virginia Neese
b. 1 August 1901, Mt. Healthy, Hamilton County, Ohio, to Martin Allison and Carrie Ann (Moore) Neese
d. 20 July 1989, Reynoldsburg, Franklin County, Ohio

Children with Hazel Virginia Neese:

  • Milo M., Jr. married Delores Elaine Chambers
  • Ruth Ellen married [–?–] Winowich
  • Roy Lee married [–?–] Weitzel
  • Ralph Hugh married [–?–] Newcomb

Milo’s Flemming ancestors came to Indiana about 1840. His grandfather was in the 1840 census in Pleasant Township, Grant County, Indiana. Milo was last in Indiana in the 1900 census, living in Mill Township, Grant County, with his mother Ellen and stepfather, William R. Townsend and siblings.

By 1910, Milo was living in College Hill, Hamilton County, Ohio. When he registered for the WWI draft in 1917, he was a principal in a business college and living in Cincinnati, where he remained until sometime after 1920. A military school in South Union, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, was his place of employment in 1930.

Milo died at age 82 and is buried in the LaFayette Memorial Park in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. He had owned and operated the Business Training School, located in the Fayette Title and Trust Building in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, for several years before his death.

Submitted by:
Brenda Buck
E-mail: buckbre@cmuonline.net

Thomas Sackett

Thomas Sackett
b. 30 April 1787, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, to Aaron and Dorcas (Clarke) Sackett
d. 15 September 1871, Macon County, Missouri

m/1. 23 November 1808, Hamilton County, Ohio
Catherine Chambers

m/2. 25 May 1827
Margaret “Peggy”Martin

m/3. 1 April 1832, Warren County, Ohio
Elizabeth Bowyer
b. 19 February 1788
d. 21 September 1846, Salisbury, Sangamon County, Illinois

m/4.
Mary McKee

Children with Catherine Chambers:

  • Dorcas

Children with Margaret Martin:

  • Phebe
  • Mary Harriett
  • John
  • Samuel

Children with Elizabeth Bowyer:

  • Margaret Jane

Thomas immigrated to Indiana from Butler County, Ohio, about 1810-1815. He emigrated from Franklin County, Indiana, to Sangamon County, Illinois, about 1829. In Sangamon County, Illinois, Thomas lived near a small town in Salisbury Township that is now known as Salisbury, but in early census records, was called “Sackett Town” after Thomas Sackett.

In 1861 the Sangamon County board met to divide the county into 22 townships, one of which is Sackett Township after Thomas, who served as county commissioner in 1838-1839.

Submitted by:
Sharon Hohimer
Chatham IL