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Elsie Ellie Rees

Elsie Ellie Rees
b. 3 October 1890, Hanover, Shelby County, Indiana, to Charles L. and Fidelia (Barnes) Rees
d. 27 May 1984, Altamont, Effingham County, Illinois

m. 17 June 1914, Danville, Hendricks County, Indiana
Clarence Charles Wyckoff
b. 8 January 1891, Summit, Effingham County, Illinois
d. 1 July 1958, Effingham County, Illinois

Children with Clarence Charles Wyckoff:

  • Hazel Jeaneet
  • Phyllis Nell

Elsie resided in Shelby, Hancock and Hendricks counties in Indiana. She emigrated from Indiana about 1915 to Summit, Effingham County, Illinois.

Submitted by:
Phyllis Wyckoff Arnold
Effingham IL

George Hull

George Hull
b. 20 September 1779, Virginia, to Samuel and Martha (Glover) Hull
d. 16 January 1855, Douglas Township, Boone County, Iowa

Hannah Rees

m/2. May 1834, Indiana
Lucy Farris
b. 5 June 1795, Kentucky
d. 10 August 1852, Boone County, Iowa

Children with Hannah Rees:

  • Jesse H. (1807–1873)
  • Hannah (b. 1810) married John Grogan
  • Amelia (b. 1811) married William Wright
  • William (1813–1875)
  • Nathan R. (b. 1817)
  • John (1818–1883)
  • Rewanna (b. 1819)
  • Samuel A. (1823–1889)
  • Nancy (b. 1824) married John Reeves
  • Isam Channel (1827–1873)

Children with Lucy Farris:

  • George W. (1837–1862)
  • Mary (b. 1838)
  • Jackson (1841–1927)
  • Martin (b. 1842)
  • Martha Jane (b. 1844) married Isaac Long

George immigrated to Indiana about 1822 from Licking County, Ohio. He lived in four Indiana counties: Sullivan, Greene, Clay, and Putnam. He emigrated from Indiana about 1826 to Schuyler County, Missouri.

George enlisted in the War of 1812 in Virginia and was a lieutenant. Sometime after the war, he followed other members of his family who were moving west. George was a devout believer in the Methodist faith. Upon settling in Iowa, he opened his home on Sundays for public classes and prayer meetings, which he conducted.

Submitted by:
Lorraine Van Dolah
Wichita KS