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Mary A. Stilley

Mary A. Stilley
b. 27 September 1844, Edinburgh, Johnson County, Indiana
d. 2 August 1920, Upland, San Bernardino County, California

m. 1871
Samuel F. Brown

Children with Samuel F. Brown:
• O. W. (Dr.)
• [–?–] married F. I. Page
• Clara
• Love

Mary left Edinburgh, Indiana, about 1880.

Submitted by:
Dr. Eric C. Stumpf
Burr Ridge IL

Lucien Andrew Foote

Lucien Andrew Foote
b. 16 December 1824, Batavia City, Clermont County, Ohio, to Andrew and Jane (Tweed) Foote
d. 30 November 1910, Lake Geneva, Walworth County, Wisconsin

m/1. 3 December 1851
Susan Grier Sunderland
b. 23 April 1833, Rockville, Parke County, Indiana, to John and Elizabeth (Page) Sunderland
d. 1 April 1858, Rockville, Parke County, Indiana

m/2. 9 May 1860, Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin.
Ann Amelia Holt
b. 19 February 1832, Harper’s Ferry, Jefferson County, West Virginia
d. 18 November 1916, Lake Geneva, Walworth County, Wisconsin

Children with Susan Grier Sunderland:

  • Caroline Esther (1853-1932) married Walter Hiram Curtis
  • Eliza (1855-1915)
  • Ella Louise (1857-1922)

Children with Ann Amelia Holt:

  • Mary Florence (1861-1886) married [–?–] Kimball

Lucien came with his parents and siblings from Cincinnati in April 1833 via steamboat to the rapids below Vincennes, than by land to Rockville, Parke County, Indiana. Their household goods came by keelboat to Montezuma.

Besides being a Forty-Niner and purveyor of supplies in California, he had a bookstore, was Auditor of Parke County, Indiana, was Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court of Montgomery County, Indiana, and Councilman in Crawfordsville, Indiana for three terms. He served on the school board at Crawfordsville for six years, served in the Civil War and became Grand High Priest of Masonic Grand Chapter of Indiana.

Submitted by:
Grace C. Eells
West Allis WI
E-mail: gracedickeells@highstream.net

Frances Lillian Maude

Frances Lillian Maude Sturdevant
b. 15 September 1892, Liberty, Osborne County, Kansas
d. 9 June 1974, Pomona, Los Angeles County, California

m/1. 2 June 1912, Osceola, Mississippi County, Arkansas
John Morrow Marney
b. 5 April 1890, Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana, adopted by Frank and Minnesota (Barrikman) Marney
d. 8 January 1946, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois

m/2. 1940, Illinois
Arthur C. Page
d. 1943, Illinois

m/3. 1944, Pekin, Illinois
Artie Lee Page

Frances Lillian Maude Sturdevant was born in a rock house that was built by her father on the prairie in Osborne County, Kansas, which is still standing today. After John and Frances divorced, Frances took care of her children until all were on their own with the exception of her youngest daughter. She then married Arthur C. Page in Illinois and settled there. He died of inoperable cancer.

Frances then married Arthur’s brother, Artie Lee Page. He was a widower with two children still to raise, and she still had the one daughter at home. They helped each other with their families, moving to Beech Grove, Marion County, Indiana, where they lived until they were divorced in the 1950’s. Frances then moved to California, where she died.

Submitted by:
Barbara J. Olson
Rancho Cucamonga CA