Tag Archives: Hudson

William Franklin Spillman, Sr.

William Franklin Spillman, Sr.
b. 1 October 1851, Boonville, Warrick County, Indiana, to John Hunter and Susan (Hudson) Spillman
d. 8 June 1937, near Boaz, Graves County, Kentucky

m/1. 7 January 1872, New Haven, Gallatin County, Illinois
Sarah Ann Burrows
b. 3 June 1854, New Harmony, Posey County, Indiana
d. 23 March 1918, near Boaz, Graves County, Kentucky

m/2.
Bige “Josie” Spradley

Children:
• Isaac Benjamin
• Jessie Blanch
• William Franklin
• George
• Fredrica
• Harry Cooksie
• Herbert
• Mary Ellen
• Sarah Ann

The family left Warrick County, Indiana, in 1876.

Submitted by:
Dorothy Austin
Mayfield KY

Harrison Lafayette Neely

Harrison Lafayette Neely
b. 22 July 1843, Evansville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana, to Greenlief S. and Nancy (Lawrence) Neely
d. 19 April 1913, Granbury, Hood County, Texas

m. 13 September 1863, Sulphur Bluff, Hopkins County, Texas
Algeronia L. Maxwell
b. 24 January 1844, Jefferson, Lost Creek County, Tennessee, to A. C. and Amanda B. (Fleming) Maxwell
d. 1 February 1921, Granbury, Hood County, Texas

Children with Algeronia L. Maxwell:
• Newton Randolph (1864-1887)
• Lucy Jane (1866-1885) married Sam Goodson
• Calvin Monroe (1868-1948) married Bessie Mullins
• Olivia Eva (1870-1963) married Eliab Lucas Cooper
• Mary Matilda (1872-1966) married James Wooten Dyer
• Greenlief S. “Leafy” (1875-1942) married Sue Dyer
• Mattie Lorina “Lora” (1879-1961) married William Webb Hudson
• Freddie (1881-1882)
• Lawrence Lafayette (1885-1962) married Stella Van Hoozer
• Rosalee (1887-1989) married Paul William Goff, Sr.

Harrison also lived in Boonville, Warrick County, Indiana, before his emigration from there in 1848.

Submitted by:
Gloria O. Kosco
Dallas TX

Charles Diehl Fields

Charles Diehl Fields
b. 18 February 1849, Grant County, Indiana, to Ellerson and Mary Ann (Diehl) Fields
d. 29 July 1934, Gage, Ellis County, Oklahoma

m. 14 December 1873, Blue Rapids, Marshall County, Kansas
Lucinda Victoria Morris
b. 10 February 1857, Butler Township, Bates County, Missouri, to A. Joseph and Ellen C. (Butcher) Morris
d. 25 September 1916, Gage, Ellis County, Oklahoma

Children with Lucinda Victoria Morris:
• John Walter (1874-1951) married Josephine Duck
• Frederick Ephram (1876-1949) married Anna Katherine Lewis
• Estella M. (1879-ca. 1973) married Elmer Pierce
• Clarence C. (1880-1945) married Caroline Estelle Kibler
• May (1882-1882)
• Albert E. (1883-1965) married Roberta Lee Hudson
• Floy Alice (1888-1974) married James Ellis, Sr.
• Goldie (1892-1940)

Charles lived in Richland Township, Grant County, and in Hartford Township, Adams County, while in Indiana. He emigrated in 1864 from Adams County.

Submitted by:
Aletha M. Fields
Columbia MO
E-mail: clancy@computerland.net

Charles Bentley

CHARLES BENTLEY
b. 23 August 1819, Tyringham, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, to John and Mary (Chapin) Bentley
d. 3 February 1895, Bangor Township, Marshall County, Iowa

m. 17 March 1846, Wabash County, Indiana
Cordelia Baker
b. 1 August 1829, Cattaraugus County, New York, to Peter and Catherine (Marvin) Baker
d. 18 July 1905, Laurens, Pocahontas County, Iowa

Children with Cordelia Baker:

  • Mary Jane (1847-1913) married Nicholas Moore
  • Peter John Lewis (1849-1918) married Caroline Charlotta Moore
  • George Silas (1850-1852)
  • Harriet Adelia (1853-1854)
  • Joseph Marvin (1856-1944) married Bonnie Bell Johnson
  • George Edwin (1858-1949) married Margaret Ann Valentine
  • David Waldo (1860-1906) married Eunice Etta Marshall
  • Rebecca Josephine (1862-1901) married Thomas Hudson

In the fall of 1840, Charles Bentley, along with his brothers, Joseph, Ezra, and Silas, and their families, moved west. They left Berkshire County, Massachusetts, crossed Lake Erie on a ferryboat, and followed the Wabash River to settle in the woods of southwestern Wabash County, Indiana. They had an ashery west of Pioneer. The Baker family had settled in Wabash County in 1841 on the Indian Reservation. In 1853, Joseph Bentley went to see what the land was like to the west. The Bentley brothers sold their homes and started west about the first of September 1854. There were four couples and fourteen children in horse- drawn covered wagons. They reached Bangor Township, Marshall County, Iowa, on 12 October 1854.

Submitted by:
Barbara Vorseth Benson
Wyoming MI