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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

Nancy P Moore

Nancy P Moore
b. 10 April 1816, Jefferson County, Indiana, to William and Elizabeth (Foster) Moore
d. December 1865, Davis County, Iowa

m. 17 December 1835, Jefferson County, Indiana
James Marshall Humphries
b. 23 April 1812, Garrard County, Kentucky
d. 6 March 1875, Davis County, Iowa

Children with James Marshall Humphries:
• Moriah Louiza married (1) Cavendar Love, (2) Lambdin P. Millikin of Huntington
• Samuel C.
• John M.
• Elizabeth married Oscar A. Lewis, MD of Huntington

Nancy did not leave Monroe Township, Jefferson County, Indiana, until 1860.

Submitted by:
Rev. David McDonald
Peotone IL

John Branson Foster

John Branson Foster
b. 1 August 1842, Union Township, Clinton County, Ohio, to Andrew and Mary “Polly” (Wiley) Foster
d. 26 August 1925, Highland, Doniphan County, Kansas

m. 2 April 1868, Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana
Hannah Catherine Crowell
b. 2 April 1849, Monroe Township, Preble County, Ohio
d. 1925, Highland, Doniphan County, Kansas

Children with Hannah Catherine Crowell:
• Milton Henry (1869-1936)
• Charlotte Belle (1871-1894)

John came with his parents to Indiana in 1845 from Ohio where he was born. He lived in District 52,
Huntington County; Tippecanoe Township, Tippecanoe County; and Kokomo, Howard County. John had distinguished service with the 86th Indiana Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War, serving from 14 August 1862 to 1 June 1865. Three years later, in 1868, he left Indiana for Lewis Township, Holt County, Missouri.

Submitted by:
Col. James E. Foster
Austin TX

Charles L. Foster

Charles L. Foster
b. 27 April 1837, near Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, to John and Sarah (Hendrickson) Foster
d. 27 July 1934, Huntington Park, Los Angeles County, California

m. 7 February 1864, Milan, Ripley County, Indiana
Sally Richardson
b. 1 November 1843, Ripley County, Indiana, to Robert and Louisa Ann C. (Dean) Richardson
d. 10 January 1921, Mira Monte, Los Angeles County, California

Children with Sally Richardson:
• Millie M. (1866-1944) married Oliver Bailey
• John R. (1874-1910) married Louise M. [–?–]

Charles moved to Indiana about 1845. He lived in Johnson Township, Ripley County, and near Columbus, Bartholomew County, before emigrating about 1890. He served in Company A, 83rd Indiana Volunteer Infantry, during the Civil War.

Submitted by:
Col. James E. Foster
Austin TX

Andrew Foster

Andrew Foster
b. 1809, Wayne Township, Adams County, Ohio, to Robert and Margaret (McCord) Foster
d. May 1873, Lewis Township, Holt County, Missouri

m/1. 29 January 1829, Wayne Township, Adams County, Ohio
Mary Wiley
b. 1810, Wayne Township, Adams County, Ohio
d. 1843, Union Township, Clinton County, Ohio

m/2. 13 February 1845, Union Township, Clinton County, Ohio
Sarah Lee
b. 1818, Union Township, Clinton County, Ohio
d. 1880, Lewis Township, Holt County, Missouri

Children with Mary Wiley:
• John A. (b. 1831)
• Mary A. (b. 1836)
• Nancy (b. 1840)
• John Branson (b. 1842)

Children with Sarah Lee:
• Sarah A. (b. 1845)
• Melissa (b. 1847)
• Andrew (b. 1850)
• Hannah (b. 1853)
• Malinda (b. 1856)
• Samuel (b. 1859)

Andrew immigrated to Indiana from Union Township, Clinton County, Ohio, in 1848. While in Indiana, he lived in District 52 Township, Huntington County, and in Tippecanoe Township, Tippecanoe County. He left Indiana in 1865.

Submitted by:
Col. James E. Foster
Austin TX

Hiram Wright Duncan

b. 21 May 1847, Cynthiana, Posey County, Indiana, to Hiram Wright (1809-1889) and Martha Jane (Reddick) Duncan
d. 6 June 1913, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California

m/1. 10 March 1884
Maggie Foster

Sarah Edwards

Margaret M. [–?–]

Hiram is reported to have had two children with Sarah Edwards.

Hiram graduated from Indiana Medical College, Indianapolis, in 1875 as an “allopath,” which is probably a general practitioner. His profession has also been listed as a “butcher.”

Submitted by:
Donald L. West, Sr.
Price UT
E-mail: dlwest@emerytelcom.net

Washington Marion Crawford

Washington Marion Crawford
b. 21 April 1838, Warren County, Indiana, to Nelson G. and Martha (Smith) Crawford
d. 23 August 1889, Fort Dodge, Ford County, Kansas

m. 4 March 1860, Warren County, Indiana
Mary Foster
b. 28 August 1842, Warren County, Indiana, to Zebulon and Caroline (Ostrander) Foster
d. 21 January 1929, Dodge City, Ford County, Kansas

Children with Mary Foster:

  • Ida Kate (1862-1934) married Alva O. Sherman
  • Judson Foster (1866-1949) married Josie Winifred Hammond
  • Carrie A. (1870-1886)
  • Lida A. (1871-1945) married Alvin Hamilton Lighter
  • Nelson Garfield (1881-1957) married (1) Cora B. Adams, (2) Grace Nicoll Stateler

The family left Warren County, Indiana, about 1885.

Submitted by:
Marcia Crawford Philbrick
Seneca KS
E-mail: mcphilbrick@hotmail.com

Edward Walker Osburn

Rev. Edward Walker Osburn
b. 24 June 1854, Rush County, Indiana, to Harmon and Elizabeth (Packard) Osburn
d. 4 November 1931, St. Joseph, Missouri
bur. Crownland Cemetery, Noblesville, Indiana

Edward Osburn

Edward Osburn

m/1. 13 May 1885, Noblesville, Indiana
Florence Hobson
b. 7 October 1866, Columbus, Indiana, to Absolom and Mary Jane (Foster) Hobson
d. 22 March 1899, Greentown, Indiana
bur. Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, Howard, Indiana

m/2. 1 January 1901
Elsie Hard
b. 4 August 1876, Wadsworth, Ohio
d. 1955, Jacksonville, Florida

Children with Florence Hobson:

  • Mabel Meredith (1886-1982) married Foss Smith
  • Orah (1888-1890)
  • Paul Taylor (1890-1892)
  • Ita Crystal (1892-1893)
  • Edward Foss (1894-1969) married Vivian Combacker
  • Esther Florence (1896-1983) married (1) Harry Homer Fowler, (2) Frederick Charles Boehm

Children with Elsie Hard:

  • Kenneth Forest (1902-1902)
  • Herbert Corwin (1905-1945) married Katherine Gabriel Brown
  • Ruth Miriam (1908-2000) married Walter George Norris

Edward Walker Osburn was the youngest of nine children born to Harmon and Elizabeth “Eliza” Jane (Packard) Osburn. He was educated at Indiana Asbury (now DePauw) University and Garrett Biblical Institute in Evanston, Illinois. He was admitted to the North Indiana Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1881, ordained Deacon in 1883, and Elder 1885. He married Florence “Fannie” Hobson in 1885 and she died of tuberculosis in 1899. Three of their six children lived to adulthood.

Between 1884 and 1896, Edward served as pastor of churches in Noblesville, Greentown, Jolietville, and Bunker Hill, Indiana. From 1896 to 1899 he was pastor of the St. Charles Avenue M. E. Church in New Orleans, Louisiana. Following a period of grieving from the loss of his wife, he served in Wadsworth, Ohio. There he met his second wife, Elsie Hard, with whom he had three children. In the following years, he served congregations in Texas, Alabama, and Missouri.

He retired to Florida in 1913. Edward was taken ill in St. Joseph, Missouri while attending a conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He was hospitalized and later died on 4 November 1931. His body was returned to Noblesville, Indiana and he was buried there at Crownland Cemetery.

Submitted by:
Alexander Blair Smith
Simsbury, CT
E-mail: alexsmith17131@gmail.com

Ralph Lon Wagener

Ralph Lon Wagener
b. 1 February 1917, Decatur County, Indiana, to Jeremiah and Bertha May (Davis) Wagener
d. 21 October 1993, Wildwood, Sumter County, Florida

m/1. 26 November 1943, Joplin, Missouri
Margaret Susan Foster
b. 15 May 1922, Decatur County, Indiana to Robert Carl and Margaret Ellen (Johnson) Foster
d. 27 April 1992, Greensburg, Decatur County, Indiana

m/2. about 1952
Mary Melton

m/3. 17 January 1966, Kissimmee, Florida
Doris Aline Williams
b. 7 January 1934

Children with Margaret Susan Foster:

  • Lonny Gene (b. 1945) married Shari Annette Taylor
  • Jerry Robert (b. 1947) married Jane Ellen Collins

Ralph left Indiana sometime after 1945.

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

Lydia Katherine Montgomery

Lydia Katherine Montgomery
b. 25 August 1881, Anderson, Madison County, Indiana, to William Craigmile and Delia (Feeney) Montgomery
d. 12 January 1974, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas

m. 29 May 1906, Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas
William Noah Sidlinger
b. 13 October 1881, Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas
d. 15 March 1975, Hastings, Adams County, Nebraska

Children with William Noah Sidlinger:

  • Virginia married (1) [–?–] Gustafson, (2) [–?–] Foster
  • Frances Jean
  • William Arthur

Lydia emigrated from Anderson, Madison County, Indiana, in 1887 to Johnson County, then Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas.

Submitted by:
Virginia Sidlinger Foster
Hastings NE