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Archie Wayne Freeman

Archie Wayne Freeman
birth: 3 Jun 1902, Freeman, Owen Co., IN to Joseph Press and Edna M (Pryor) Freeman
death: 2 Nov 1992 at Bark River, Delta Co., MI
burial: Gardens of Rest Cemetery, Delta Co., MI

marriage: 31 Dec 1919 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY
Lillian Hendricks
birth: 14 Feb 1900 in Hendricksville, Greene Co., IN, to Alonzo and Gracie (Abram) Hendricks
death: 3 Jun 1995 in Bark River, Delta Co., MI
burial: Gardens of Rest Cemetery, Delta Co., MI

Children of Archie Wayne Freeman and Lillian Hendricks:

  • Ruthana L Freeman, b. 2 Sep 1920, d. 26 Feb 2001, m. Mack W Eastburn, 30 Sep 1940
  • Lloyd Lavone Freeman, b. 23 Nov 1921, d. 26 Apr 1996, m. Lily Elizabeth Sundby, 7 Jun 1947
  • Kathryn Mae Freeman, b. 11 Jun 1923, d. 15 Oct 1993, m. Gerald Edward Borges, 4 Sep 1953
  • Betty Lu Freeman, b. 6 Sep 1925, d. 13 Mar 2003,  m. William Maddox
  • Richard Lee Freeman, b. 23 Feb 1929, d. 12 Mar 2008, m. Carol J. Freeman, 28 Jan 1950
  • Joan Carol Freeman, b. 22 Sep 1933, m. Ronald Charles Anderson, 18 Aug 1956

Archie Wayne Freeman lived In:

  • Owen County Indiana
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Escanaba, Delta County, Michigan
  • Florida

Other Information:

The Freeman family came from North Carolina to Indiana and in 1830, were living in Lawrence County. They moved to Owen County, where Archie was born, in 1933. Archie’s father, Joseph Press Freeman (born 1880 in Owen County) was a farmer. Archie’s brother, Herbert H. Freeman’s son Ronald still lives on the Freeman farm property.

Archie was involved in early auto racing in Indianapolis. Archie moved his family to Milwaukee in 1930 after having five children born in Indiana. Archie worked in Milwaukee as manager of Milwaukee Truck Service, Inc. In 1947, the family relocated to Escanaba, Delta County, Michigan, where he was manager for Clairmont Transfer Company.

Archie enjoyed entertaining and golfing. After his retirement in 1967, he spent his winters in Florida.

Photo of Archie circa 1904

Archie c.1904

Archie and brother Herbert

Archie and brother Herbert

Herbert & Archie in Milwaukee

Archie and his race car

Archie Freeman and his race car, made of parts from a Model T “Fronty Ford”, c1927, Indianapolis

Archie age 53, 1954

Archie Wayne Freeman, age 52, 1954, Escanbana, MI

Archie and Lillian's 50th Wedding Anniversary, 1969, Escanaba, MI

Archie and Lillian’s 50th Wedding Anniversary, 1969, Escanaba, MI

Submitted by:
Cynthia Jane Freeman Gard
Email: cindyjgard@gmail.com

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Mary Catherine Hendricks

Mary Catherine Hendricks
b. 29 September 1843, Madison County, Indiana, to Lewis (1820-1856) and Lucinda (Rector) (1819-1866) Hendricks
d. 19 May 1903, Fellsburg, Edwards County, Kansas

m/1. 9 January 1859, Madison County, Indiana
John Wesley King
b. about 1837, Pipe Creek Township, Madison County, Indiana, to William (1792-1869) and Nancy Ann (Owens) (1816-1887)
d. 23 January 1865, Paducah, McCracken County Kentucky

m/2. 26 May 1867, Madison County, Indiana
Gazaway Shipley
b. about 1840, Madison County, Indiana, to George and Elizabeth Shipley

Children with John Wesley King:

  • Nancy Lucinda (1860-1873)
  • William (1862-1937) married Mary Williams
  • Elizabeth Angeline (1864-1890) married Eli Bird Thomas

Children with Gazaway Shipley:

  • Mary Ellen (b. abt. 1868)
  • James Edward (b. 1869)
  • Millie (b. abt. 1873)
  • Sarah Jane (b. abt. 1875)
  • George (b. 1877)
  • Dora Leota (b. 1882)
  • Lewis E. (b. 1884)
  • Frank (b. 1886)
  • Charles

Mary Catherine’s father settled near Frankton in the 1830’s. Her first husband, John Wesley King, enlisted in October 1864 in the 17th Regiment, Indiana Infantry. He died of typhoid fever at the US Hospital in Paducah, Kentucky, during his service. His remains were later moved to Mount City National Cemetery.

Mary Catherine and her second husband moved to Edwards County, Kansas between 1875 and 1877. Their last five children were born in Edwards County. Mary died there and is buried in Trotter Cemetery.

Submitted by:
Eugene F. Gray
East Lansing MI
E-mail: graye@msu.edu

John Wesley King

John Wesley King
b. about 1827, Madison County, Indiana, to William and Nancy (Owens) King
d. 23 January 1865, Paducah, Kentucky

m. 9 January 1859, Madison County, Indiana
Mary Catherine Hendricks
b. 29 September 1843, Lafayette Township, Madison County, Indiana
d. 19 May 1903, Fellsburg, Edwards County, Kansas

Children with Mary Catherine Hendricks:

  • Nancy Lucinda
  • William
  • Elizabeth Angeline

John Wesley King left Indiana to serve in the Civil War and volunteered 28 October 1864, from Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. He died of typhoid fever at the post hospital in Paducah, Kentucky, and is buried in the U.S. military cemetery at Mound City, Illinois. Having left three young children and a 21-yearold widow, he illustrates the tragedy of the war between the states.

His wife Mary Catherine emigrated from Indiana for Kansas sometime before her death in 1903.

Submitted by:
Eugene F. Gray
East Lansing MI