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Lewis Hine

Lewis Hine
b. 14 November 1835, Salem, Stokes County, North Carolina, to John and Phebe (Phillips) Hine
d. 1 September 1912, Reeds, Jasper County, Missouri

m. 10 December 1856, Hope, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Susanna Reed
b. 5 November 1837, Bartholomew County, Indiana, to Thomas and Catherine (Ply) Reed
d. 5 July 1918, Reeds, Jasper County, Missouri

Children with Susanna Reed:

  • John L. (1857–1858)
  • Lewis Turner (1859–1949) married Olive C. Dale
  • Rufus W. (1861–1889) married Louisa Eugenia Johnson
  • Edith Augusta (1865–1939) married Parker Samuel Spencer
  • Eddy A. (1865–1865)
  • Thomas S. (1867–1940) married Trina Mason
  • Mary Jane (1869–1910) married Ed. C. Turner
  • Amos A. (b. 1871) married Fleeda Gohlson
  • George A. (1873–1949)
  • Ida Bell (1875–1940) married Finis Holmes Woods
  • infant (1877–1877)
  • Cora May (1878–1939) married George R. Clay

Lewis immigrated from Stokes County, North Carolina, in 1854 or 1855. He moved to Jasper County, Missouri, about 1866.

Submitted by:
Rebecca Spencer
Stotts City MO

James Albert Drake

James Albert Drake
b. 27 January 1861, Linden, Montgomery County, Indiana, to William F. and Laura C. (Parker) Drake
d. 15 April 1943, Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas

m. 6 March 1884, Princeton, Gibson County, Indiana
Ora Belle McNeely
b. 6 March 1867, Hosmer, Pike County, Indiana, to David and Nancy Maria (Phillips) McNeely
d. 5 December 1912, Davenport, Scott County, Iowa

Children with Ora Belle McNeely:

  • William David (1884–1967) married Pearl Edna Wilson
  • Edward Eastman (1886–1944) married Gertrude E. Baird
  • Maria Churchill (b. 1887) married Edward Guy Matthew
  • Bessie A. (1888–1888)
  • Carl Lafayette (b. 1889)
  • Ella Pearl (1890–1965) married William Wallis Huey

James resided in these Indiana counties: Montgomery, Gibson, and Pike. He emigrated from Pike County, Indiana, to Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas, about 1910. Sometime between 1910 and 1913, James studied to be a chiropractor in Davenport, Iowa, and opened a chiropractic office.

Submitted by:
Barbara Drake Ritter
Noisington KS

Alice Ann Coker

Alice Ann Coker
b. 5 April 1860, Mercer County, Pennsylvania, to William and Mary (Beswick) Coker
d. 29 April 1946, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

m. 24 December 1878, Shelburn, Sullivan County, Indiana
Thomas Walter Phillips
b. 13 November 1857, Leeds, Yorkshire, England
d. 14 January 1910, Shelburn, Sullivan County, Indiana

Children with Thomas Walter Phillips:

  • Laura (1879–1956) married Preston Calvert Bugher
  • William P. (1882–1908) married Nora Ethel Aleman
  • Paul (1885–1905)

Ann Alice was the seventh child of William and Mary Coker, who were emigrants from the Oldham area of Lancastershire County, England. Hers was a family of coal miners. She emigrated from Indiana about 1919 to Salem, Marion County, Oregon to be with her only surviving child.

Submitted by:
Mary Alice Janis
Tampa FL
E-mail: maj1932@yahoo.com

Preston C Bugher

Preston C Bugher
b. 4 July 1871, Carroll County, Indiana, to Daniel P. and Mercy Monba (Lewis) Bugher
d. 21 August 1911, Salem, Marion County, Oregon

m/1. 28 December 1893, Warren County, Indiana
Emma Stella Smith

m/2. 22 September 1898
Emma Stella Smith

m/3. 12 December 1901, Parke County, Indiana
Laura Phillips
b. 9 September 1879, Sullivan County, Indiana, to Thomas Walter and Alice Ann (Coker) Philips
d. 24 August 1956, Salem, Polk County, Oregon

Children with Laura Phillips:

  • Hazel (1902-1986) married Marion Charles Andresen
  • Walter C. (b. 1908) married Pearl M. Patterson

Both marriages to Emma Stella Smith were later dissolved.

About 1907, Preston and Laura moved to a claim in Texas County in the Oklahoma panhandle. Following a few years in a dugout on the claim and as operator of a livery stable in Guymon, Preston decided to move to the Willamette Valley in Oregon.

Following Preston’s death in 1911, his widow shipped his body back to Rosedale, Parke County, Indiana, for burial. Her plans were to return to Indiana to live, but after living in Indiana for a short time, she moved back to Oregon to raise her children.

Preston enlisted on 13 May 1898 and served as a private in Company K, 2nd U.S. Infantry, during the Spanish American War. He fought in four battles of Santiago in 1898 and was honorably discharged at Anniston, Alabama, on 16 January 1899.

Submitted by:
Mary Alice Janis
Tampa FL
E-mail: maj1932@yahoo.com

Hiram Vorhees Alley and Emily Shelby

Hiram Vorhees Alley
b. 4 December 1821, Decatur County, Indiana, to Doddridge and Jane (Phillips) Alley
d. 4 March 1905, Logan, Gray County, Kansas
m. 31 December 1843, Rush County, Indiana

Emily Shelby
b. 9 February 1827, Rush County, Indiana, to Joshua A. and Mary (Riggan) Selby
d. 10 November 1913, Logan, Gray County, Kansas

Children with Emily Shelby:

  • Lydia Ann (1845-1925) married Lewis Korseman
  • Noah (1847-1847)
  • James Lane (1849-1932) married Tamzen Johnson
  • Emily Isora (1851-1860)
  • Doddridge Buchanan (1853-1940) married America Jane Hilligass
  • Joshua Breckenridge (1858-1933) married Matilda Louise Kidder
  • Samuel Jesse (1860-1913) married Melissa J. Wilburn
  • William Seymour (1863-1927) married Etta E. Christy
  • Jonathan Osborn (1865-1955) married Jenetta Weaver Lewis (b. 1872)

Hiram resided in Decatur and Madison counties in Indiana before emigrating from Madison County in 1889-1890 to Gray County, Kansas.

Submitted by:
Regina Falcetto
Emporia KS