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David Clinton Moore

David Clinton Moore
b. 10 July 1847, Howard Township, Parke County, Indiana, to John S. and Barbara A. (Lowe/Lough) Moore
d. 2 June 1919, Fort Dodge (Dodge City), Kansas

m. 14 April 1872, Danville, Illinois
Charlotte E. Johns
b. 26 March 1849, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana
d. 2 August 1929, Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas

Children with Charlotte E. Johns:
• Emma Norah (1872/73-1872)
• Ella Zora (1874-1913) married George Reynolds
• Thomas Clinton (1877-1949)
• Fred David (1883-1930/1931)

In 1862, David moved to Cain Township, Fountain County, and by 1889 he was living in Chicago. David was in the 116th Regiment, Company C, Indiana Volunteers during the Civil War. He was a member of GAR in Fort Dodge and Topeka, Kansas.

Submitted by:
Patricia Moore Althaus
Johnson City TX
E-mail: althaus@moment.net

Robert Harvy Miner

Robert Harvy Miner
b. 2 May 1818, Jefferson County, Indiana, to Robert and Martha (Skeen) Miner/Minor
d. 29 December 1896, Allendale, Worth County, Missouri

m/1. 29 November 1838, Jefferson County, Indiana
Sarah Ann Wright
b. 20 March 1820, Jefferson County, Indiana, to Levy and Sarah Wright
d. 20 May 1865, Clark County, Iowa

m/2. 7 December 1885, Clark County, Iowa
Rachel A. Starbuck
b. 6 September 1834, Ohio
d. 30 November 1910, Grant City, Worth County, Missouri

Children with Sarah Ann Wright:
• Sarah (1839-1895) married James B. Edwards
• Martha (1842-1845)
• Andrew (1844-1844)
• Olive Malissa (1845-1899) married William S. Moore
• Nancy Ellen (1847-1852)
• Levi Thomas (1850-1851) (twin)
• William (1850-1850) (twin)
• Mary Elizabeth (1852-1931) married William Henry Smith
• Louisa Jane (1855-1921) married T. Benton Boyd
• Sylvia Ann (1858-1860)
• Harvey Judson “Judd” (1862-1931) married Hattie Amanda Shaw

Children with Rachel A. Starbuck:
• Rachel A. “Della” (1867-1879)
• Daley Rossella “Zella” (b. 1871) married [–?–] Wilson
• Ida May (b. 1876) married Adam Mull

Robert’s parents came to Indiana from Jessamine County, Kentucky, before he was born. He and his family left the state about 1855 for Iowa. In northern Iowa, there were several meetings with Indians, so the family moved back to Clark County in southern Iowa before the 1860 census. After Robert’s second marriage, he moved to Worth County, Missouri. There were two other children born to Robert and Rachel.

Submitted by:
Mrs. Helen M. Fridblom
Lawrence KS

Mary Elizabeth Miner

Mary Elizabeth Miner
b. 11 May 1852, Jefferson County, Indiana, to Robert Harvey and Sarah Ann (Wright) Miner
d. 27 January 1931, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa

m. 31 October 1869
William Henry Smith
b. 19 May 1846, near Orleans, Orange County, Indiana, to Zebulon Collins and Amry Ann (Moore) Smith
d. 7 November 1919, Douglas Township, Madison County, Iowa

Children with William Henry Smith:
• Fannie Grace (1871-1953) married Marcus James Boyce

Mary’s parents moved the family to Iowa in 1855. They first lived in northern Iowa, and then moved to Clark County in southern Iowa before the 1860 census.

After her marriage, Mary lived in Clark County, Iowa, for a short while, then moved to the town of Winterset in Madison County, Iowa. Her husband was a painter and a paperhanger. Mary and William also had another daughter.

Submitted by:
Mrs. Helen M. Fridblom
Lawrence KS

George Leech

George Leech
b. 13 April 1756, Parish Lusk, Dublin, Ireland, to George and Mary Sarah (Moore) Leech
d. 23 April 1827, Shawneetown, Gallatin County, Illinois

m. Spring 1781, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Achsah Applegate
b. 10 February 1762, Bordentown, Burlington County, New Jersey
d. 17 March 1825, Shawneetown, Gallatin County, Illinois

Children with Achsah Applegate:
• Sallie
• Soloman
• Amira “Amy”
• Francis
• George, III
• Samuel
• Achsah
• Hannah
• Elizabeth

George Leech attended school and trained for the ministry in Dublin, Ireland. In 1774 at the age of 18, and with his 20-year-old brother, he came to America.

George fought in the American Revolution, serving from 15 August 1776 through 17 January 1781 under the command of Colonel Richard Butler in the Continental Line of the North Pennsylvania Regiment. During that period, he was brevetted to Captain by a resolution of Congress.

George emigrated from Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in 1784 to Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana. While in Pennsylvania, George had studied law, and in 1805 he was appointed a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for Knox County, Indiana.

Submitted by:
Hubert F. Leech
Warren MI
E-mail: hhubeanddot@aol.com

Charlotte E. Johns

Charlotte E. “Lottie” Johns
b. 26 March 1849, Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana, to Rennie W. and Nancy (Lowe/Lough) Johns, Sr.
d. 2 August 1929, Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas

m. 14 April 1872, Danville, Illinois
David Clinton Moore
b. 10 July 1847, Howard Township, Parke County, Indiana
d. 2 June 1919, Fort Dodge (Dodge City), Kansas

Children with David Clinton Moore:
• Emma Norah (1872/3-1875)
• Ella Zora (1874-1913) married George Reynolds
• Thomas Clinton (1877-1949)
• Fred David (1883-1930/1)

David Moore served in the 116th Regiment, Company C, Indiana Volunteers, July 1863-March 1864. He was a member of the Grand Army of the Republic, and Charlotte was a member of the Woman’s Relief Corps Auxiliary to the GAR. She was also a member of Eastern Star.

Submitted by:
Patricia Moore Althaus
Johnson City TX
E-mail: althaus@moment.net

James Marshall Humphries

James Marshall Humphries
b. 23 April 1812, Garrard County, Kentucky, to Samuel Cabell and Rhoda (Jameson) Humphries
d. 5 March 1875, Salt Creek Township, Davis County, Iowa

m/1. 17 December 1835, Jefferson County, Indiana
Nancy P. Moore
b. 10 April 1816, Jefferson County, Indiana
d. before 31 December 1865, Davis County, Iowa

Rosannah Glasgow

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

James Marshall came to Indiana from Garrard County, Kentucky, in 1814. He was a Justice of the Peace in the late 1840’s in Jefferson County, Indiana, but left for Davis County, Iowa, in 1860.

Submitted by:
Rev. David McDonald
Peotone IL

Samuel C. Humphreys

Samuel C. Humphreys
b. 5 January 1839, Monroe Township, Jefferson County, Indiana, to James Marshall and Nancy P. (Moore) Humphreys
d. 1 November 1910, El Reno, Woods County, Oklahoma

m. 15 November 1868, Davis County, Iowa
Emeline Lanman
b. 2 September 1843, Van Buren County, Iowa Territory
d. 28 February 1920, El Reno, Woods County, Oklahoma

Children with Emeline Lanman:
• Nancy P.
• John M.
• Love C.
• Rhoda Olive
• Ila Bessie
• Samuel Ross
• Araminta May
• Jeanetta Bell
• Harvey Hillis

Samuel left Indiana in 1860 from Monroe Township, Jefferson County, and moved first to Davis County, Iowa, and then to El Reno, Woods County, Oklahoma.

Submitted by:
Rev. David McDonald
Peotone IL

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

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

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

John Robbins

John Robbins
b. 29 May 1788 at Washington Co., PA, son of Daniel and Sarah Jane (Leedom) Robbins
d. 5 February 1852, IN
bur. Sand Hill Cemetery, Fulton Co., IN

m. 20 April 1809 at Adams Co., OH
Lydia Hannah, likely daughter of William and Martha (Moore) Hannah

Children with Lydia Hannah:

  • James Robbins (20 January 1810–?) m. Mandy Hatch
  • Sarah Robbins (3 October 1811–11 February 1869) m1. John Davidson; m2. Samuel McCoy
  • William Robbins (4 November 1813–?) m. Roxana J. Town
  • Elizabeth P. Robbins (15 May 1817–?) m. Francis G. W. Irvine
  • Mary Ann Robbins (2 August 1819–?) m. William Tyler Polke
  • John H. Robbins (8 November 1821–2 June 1891) m. Nancy E. Whaley
  • Nancy Robbins (25 June 1825–2 August 1848) m. Samuel McCoy
  • Thomas J. Robbins (18 October 1827–7 February 1900) m. Elizabeth Cole
  • Harriet Robbins (25 August 1830–10 January 1880) m. George W. Surgery

Submitted by:
Kathy Jones Stickney
Ormond Beach, FL