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Walter Long Tucker

Walter Long Tucker
b. 23 February 1848, Adams Township, Madison County, Indiana, to Aaron and Nancy Ann (Long) Tucker
d. 25 July 1930, Bristow, Creek County, Oklahoma

m. 19 June 1881, Forsyth, Taney County, Missouri
Vandalia Hopper
b. 26 June 1865, Mercer County, Missouri
d. 24 December 1939, Bristow, Creek County, Oklahoma

Children with Vandalia Hopper:
• Elmore Meredith
• Aaron Marion
• Walter, Jr.
• Nancy Ratha
• Levisa Ellen

Walter left Indiana in 1857 for Clay Township, Sullivan County, Missouri.

Submitted by:
Tommy Tucker
Marion IA

Sarah J. Tucker

Sarah J. Tucker
b. 1853, Adams Township, Madison County, Indiana, to Aaron and Nancy Ann (Long) Tucker
d. 8 May 1873, Newtown, Sullivan County, Missouri

Sarah emigrated from Madison County, Indiana, to Clay Township, Sullivan County, Missouri, in 1857.

Submitted by:
Tommy Tucker
Marion IA

Mary Ann Tucker

Mary Ann Tucker
b. 22 June 1850, Adams Township, Madison County, Indiana, to Aaron and Nancy Ann (Long) Tucker
d. 22 February 1936, Payne County, Oklahoma

m. 6 December 1880, Everton, Dade County, Missouri
John William Freeman
b. 8 April 1850
d. Jennings, Pawnee County, Oklahoma

Children with John William Freeman:
• Zerah
• John William, III

Mary Ann left Madison County, Indiana in 1857 for Sullivan County, Missouri.

Submitted by:
Tommy Tucker
Marion IA

Aaron Douglas Tucker

Aaron Douglas Tucker
b. 9 February 1855, Adams Township, Madison County, Indiana, to Aaron and Nancy Ann (Long) Tucker
d. 6 November 1936, San Diego, San Diego County, California

m. 19 February 1885, Everton, Dade County, Missouri
Marilla Anne Jerome
b. 4 July 1869, Everton, Dade County, Missouri
d. 28 January 1961, National City, San Diego County, California

Children with Marilla Anne Jerome:
• Zoie
• Eva G.
• Ela Jarome
• Benjamin Goodman
• Kyle Willard
• Howard Aaron
• Joseph Reese
• Marion Irvin
• Harold
• Ross Leonard

Aaron left for Clay Township, Sullivan County, Missouri, in 1857.

Submitted by:
Tommy Tucker
Marion IA

Aaron Tucker

Aaron Tucker
b. June 1812, Rowan County, North Carolina, to Andrew and Levice (Rumley) Tucker
d. 31 October 1868, Oklahoma

m. 31 July 1841, Henry County, Indiana
Nancy Ann Long
b. 1814, Rowan County, North Carolina, to William Long

Children with Nancy Ann Long:
• Caroline (1841-1870) married Perry C. Judd
• Levica Ann “Vica” (b. 1844) married Oscar Lesher
• Walter Long (b. 1847)
• Mary Ann (b. 1850) married John Freeman
• Sarah J. (1853-1873)
• Aaron Douglas (1855-1936) married Marilla Annie Jerome

Aaron came to Wayne County, Indiana, in 1830. He also lived in Adams Township, Madison County, Indiana, from which he emigrated to Sullivan County, Missouri, in 1856.

Submitted by:
Diane Glidewell Fitzgibbons
Lee’s Summit MO
E-mail: sfitzgibbons@micro.com

Jemima Santee

Jemima Santee
b. 24 March 1777, Washington County, Pennsylvania, to George and [–?–] Santee
d. 8 December 1864, Mercer County, Illinois

m. 18 October 1794, Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Andrew Long
b. 10 May 1758, Warrington Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to William and Elizabeth (Henderson) Long
d. 16 November 1835, Brownsville, Union County, Indiana

Children with Andrew Long:
• Phoebe (b. 1795) married William Retherford, Jr.
• Elizabeth (b. 1797)
• John (b. 1799) married Mary Hutson May
• Isabella A. (b. 1801) married David Honeyman
• Andrew H. (b. 1804) married Timandra Sparks
• Mary Ann (b. 1807) married Rezin Pratt
• William (b. 1810)
• Sarah (b. 1812)
• Jane (b. 1815)
• Rebecca
• Hugh A.

The family came to Union County, Indiana, in 1830 and left in 1835. Andrew Long was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. Sometime between 1828 and 1830, a wagon train moved out from Fayette County, Pennsylvania, and started west on the Cumberland Road. The people in this group are found in the 1830 census in Union County, Indiana.

Submitted by:
Nadine D. Holder
Sierra Vista AZ
E-mail: nadin@c2i2.com

Sarah Jane Honeyman

Sarah Jane Honeyman
b. 30 November 1828, Union County, Indiana, to David and Isabella (Long) Honeyman
d. 31 May 1884, Muscatine County, Iowa

m. 4 March 1849, Union County, Indiana
Zachariah Eikenbary
b. 3 December 1827, Preble County, Ohio
d. 5 June 1855, Wabash County, Indiana

Children with Zachariah Eikenbary:
• George Monroe
• Alfred Pierce
• Francis Washington

The family left Union County, Indiana, in 1864.

Submitted by:
Nadine D. Holder
Sierra Vista AZ
E-mail: nadin@c2i2.com

David Honeyman

David Honeyman
b. 26 March 1802, Hampshire County, Virginia, to Charles and Barbara (Moore) Honeyman
d. 18 March 1874, New Boston, Mercer County, Illinois

m/1.
Elizabeth Sterling
b. Fayette County, Pennsylvania

m/2. 10 September 1823, Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Isabella Long
b. 15 September 1800, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, to Andrew and Jemina (Santee) Long
d. 11 September 1855, Union County, Indiana

m/3. 24 September 1857, Union County, Indiana
Jane Long Malaby Noble
b. 5 March 1815

Children with Isabella Long:
• John Long (1825-1875) married Sarah Jarvis
• Mary Ann (b. 1826) married (1) Samuel Coffman, (2) William Kennedy
• Sarah Jane (1828-abt. 1884) married Zachariah Eikenbary
• William Jackson (b. 1830) married (1) Martha Jane Swallow, (2) Frances America Swallow
• Elizabeth (1832-1907) married Samuel David McCann
• Rebecca Emma (1834-1916) married William Andrew Jarvis
• James Oliver (1837-1842)
• Ellen M. (1839-1863) married James V. Lyons
• George Washington (1841-1915) married Caroline Coe
• Louisa C. (b. 1844) married Thomas Jackson

Children with Jane Long Malaby Noble:
• Isabelle V. “Belle” (1859-1877)

David was in Union County, Indiana, by November 1828 and left in 1864 by wagon train for Mercer County, Illinois. His wife Jane moved to Mercer County, Illinois, after her first husband’s death and had left a married daughter there; she had brought her young sons from her second marriage back to Union County with her.

David was a strong Democrat, but also a peace Democrat, who thought the issues surrounding the Civil War could be solved by negotiation.

Submitted by:
Nadine D. Holder
Sierra Vista AZ
E-mail: nadin@c2i2.com

William Madison Harrell

William Madison Harrell
b. 30 December 1844, White River Township, Johnson County, Indiana, to Mosses and Margaret (Street) Harrell
d. 19 March 1934, near Anselmo, Custer County, Nebraska

m. 3 August 1865, Peru, Miami County, Indiana
Mary Catherine Hoover
b. 28 August 1840, Miami County, Indiana, to Eli and Sarah (Beaver) Hoover
d. 24 January 1910, near Anselmo, Custer County, Nebraska

Children with Mary Catherine Hoover:
• Louisa Jane (1867-1910) married William Peterson
• Alta Viola (1870-1932) married Thomas Truman Winchester
• John Sherman (1873-1919) married Letha Alma Long

William was the sixth of eleven children. He outlived all of his siblings and three of his own children, dying at the age of 89.

He farmed for a while in Howard County, Indiana, and was part owner of the old Stonebraker Mill on Wildcat Creek. In the early 1880’s, with wife and three children, he left Indiana for Nebraska, where he homesteaded 160 acres about five miles north of Broken Bow, Custer County, Nebraska.

A few years later, he settled on 160 acres about seven miles northwest of Anselmo. Several of his cousins of the Greenbury Rush Street family also lived in the area—there were so many families from Indiana they called it “Hoosier Valley.” There was even a post office named Hoosier at William’s farm for about five years at the turn of the century.

Submitted by:
Ray Duncan Harrell
Centennial CO
E-mail: rayharrell@comcast.net

James Lee

Rev. James Lee
b. 1759-1760 in VA or NC, to (unknown) Lee and Jane Jones
d. 3 Mar 1819 at Vigo Co., Indiana
bur. Prairie Creek Baptist Church Cemetery at Vigo Co., Indiana

James Lee gravestone

James Lee gravestone

LEE James

m. abt 1784, Teas Valley, VA
Mary (Polly) Elizabeth Jones
b. abt 1750 at Frederick Co., MD
d. after 1820

Children with Mary Jones

  • John Lee (1785-1849) m. Amassa Lucas
  • Henry Lee (1790-1854) m. Priscilla Long
  • Samuel Lee
  • James Lee Jr. (1802-1877) m. Mary Kerchival
  • Elizabeth Lee (1787-1870) m. Thomas Ferguson
  • Jane Lee (1814-after 1900) m. George Southard
  • Ruth Crawford Lee (1788-1839) m. Isaac Dehman

Rev. James Lee and his family came to Indiana in 1817. They settled in Prairie Creek Twp., Vigo Co. and as a circuit minister, Rev. Lee helped to found the Prairie Creek Baptist Church, which is still active today. His burial marker was placed by the DAR and cites his service in the Revolutionary War as a private in the 10th NC Continental Line.

Submitted by:
Sandra Rackard
Mobile, AL
E-mail: SRackard@bellsouth.net