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William Harry Hatter

William Henry Hatter
b. 3 August 1882, Delphi, Carroll County, Indiana, to William Riley and Annetta Roselpha (Stokes) Hatter
d. 11 April 1959, Union, Missouri

m/1.
Gertrude Robinson

m/2. 26 December 1917, Starke County, Indiana
Bertha Rose Sudlow
b. 18 September 1889, Starke County, Indiana, to David Conklin Clapp and Ann E. (Hastings) Sudlow
d. 17 February 1969, Logansport, Cass County, Indiana

m/3.
Ida Miriam Hight
b. 9 March 1924
d. 4 August 1944

m/4.
Margaret [–?–]
d. 1962

Children with Gertrude Robinson:
• Walter Robinson (1909-1992) married (1) Edna Bennett, (2) Nina Holloway

Children with Bertha Rose Sudlow:
• Emma Rose (1919-2000) married Meredith Earl Lockridge
• Vida Louise (b. 1921) married James Walter Mondy
• Oliver Harry married Thelma Jean Bailey
• Roseltha married Raymond Leroy Halloway

Children with Ida Miriam Hight:
• Harry Lee (b. 1943)

William left Indiana in 1935. He lived in Arkansas, Arizona, Kansas, and California before moving to St. Louis, Missouri in 1940.

He was a paper mill worker, a farmer, a janitor, and a fireman. He was also a horse trader.

Submitted by:
Joan Cole
Odessa MO
E-mail: jmcole@iland.net

Lucretia Mable Skinner

Lucretia Mable Skinner
b. 14 September 1881 at Howard Co., IN, daughter of Johnson Ballou and Sarah (McCoy) Skinner
d. 1 December 1963 at Augusta, GA
bur. Mt. Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass Co., IN

Lucretia Skinner

Lucretia Skinner

Lucretia Skinner gravestone

Lucretia Skinner gravestone

m. 20 August 1909 at Logansport, Cass Co., IN
Henry F. Whitmyer
b. 14 June 1874 at Roann, Miami Co., IN, son of Henry and Catharine (Flohr) Whitmyer
d. 29 August 1927 at Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN
bur. Mt. Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass Co., IN)

Children with Henry F. Whitmyer:

  • Helena Catherine Whitmyer (22 July 1910–12 August 1972; m. Ralph Sandige)
  • Mary Lucretia Whitmyer (4 May 1912–1 February 1994; m. Lewis W. Robinson Jr.)
  • Boy Whitmyer (23 November 1913–25 November 1913)
  • Elizabeth Evelyn Whitmyer (3 August 1915–4 April 1923)
  • Lois Caroline Whitmyer (30 September 1917–6 Feburary 2001; m. Warren J. Jones Jr.)
  • Alice Louise Whitmyer (22 September 1921–30 March 2003; m. Bernard Bobal)

Submitted by:
Kathy Jones Stickney
Ormond Beach, FL
Kstickney2@cfl.rr.com

Henry F Whitmyer

Henry F. Whitmyer
b. 14 June 1874 at Roann, Miami Co., IN, son of Henry and Catherine (Flohr) Whitmyer
d. 29 August 1927 at Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN
bur. Mt. Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass Co., IN

Henry Whitmyer

Henry Whitmyer

Henry Whitmyer gravestone

Henry Whitmyer gravestone

m. 20 August 1909 at Logansport, Cass Co., IN
Lucretia Mable Skinner, daughter of Johnson Ballou and Sarah (McCoy) Skinner
b. 14 September 1881 at Howard Co., IN
d. 1 September 1963 at Augusta GA
bur. Mt. Hope Cemetery, Logansport, Cass Co., IN

Children with Lucretia Mable Skinner:

  • Helena Catherine Whitmyer (22 July 1910–12 August 1972; m. Ralph Sandige)
  • Mary Lucretia Whitmyer (4 May 1912–1 February 1994; m. Lewis W. Robinson Jr.)
  • Boy Whitmyer (23 November 1913–25 November 1913)
  • Elizabeth Evelyn Whitmyer (3 August 1915–4 April 1923)
  • Lois Caroline Whitmyer (30 September 1917–6 Feburary 2001; m. Warren J. Jones Jr.)
  • Alice Louise Whitmyer (22 September 1921–30 March 2003; m. Bernard Bobal)

Submitted by:
Kathy Jones Stickney
Ormond Beach, FL
Kstickney2@cfl.rr.com

Thomas Swiney

Thomas Swiney
b. 24 Mar 1787 at Kentucky (probably Bath County) to John Swiney and Jennet [–?–]
d. 10 Jan 1869 at White River Twp., Johnson Co., IN
bur. Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Greenwood, Johnson Co., IN

Thomas Swiney gravestone

Thomas Swiney gravestone

m. 16 Jun 1812 at Kentucky (Bath or Fleming Co.)
Elizabeth Wishard
b. 26 Sept 1783 Fayette County, PA to William Henry Wishart/Wishard and Susannah (Susan) Elizabeth Lytle
d. 31 Aug 1844 at White River Twp., Johnson Co., IN
bur. at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Greenwood, Johnson Co., IN

Children with Elizabeth Wishard:

  • Susan Lytle Swiney (26 Sept 1814-28 Mar 1856)
  • Jennet W. Swiney (13 Apr 1815-10 Jul 1847) m. Robert Smith, 24 Jan 1839
  • Nancy Swiney (1817-11 Jan 1906) m. Robert Smith on 16 Apr 1850
  • Elizabeth Frances Swiney (11 Nov 1822-22 Feb 1914) m. James Lawrence Robinson, 9 Jan 1850
  • John Swiney (1823-12 Nov 1909) m. Hepsey Ann Denny, 2 Jul 1857
  • Syntha (Synthia) Ann Swiney (1825-??) m. George W. Smith, 6 Oct 1846

Thomas was a farmer. According to information in the Wishard genealogy book, the Wishards and the Thomas Swiney families moved to the newly-formed free state of Indiana to escape the issues related to slavery that existed in the slave state of Kentucky.

Submitted by:
Debra (Swiney) Schouten
Winter Haven, FL

William Hamilton Stapp

William Hamilton Stapp
b. 1843, Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana, to William and Margaret Julia (Norris) Stapp

m. 12 February 1843
Anna Cornelia Robinson
b. 25 July 1843, Jefferson County, Indiana
d. 4 February 1936, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas

Children with Anna Cornelia Robinson:

William worked in his father’s cap and boot store in Madison, Indiana, and served as a sergeant in the Indiana cavalry during the Civil War. In 1878 he moved to Taylorsville, Williamson County, Texas, to raise sheep. He left Texas in the 1880’s to dig silver in Colorado and California. His death date and place are unknown.

Submitted by:
Edward Robert Whittlesey-Stapp
Dallas TX

William E Stapp

William E Stapp
b. 20 August 1870, Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana, to William H. and Anna C. (Robinson) Stapp
d. 6 November 1927, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas

m. 1906, Sweet Home, Lavaca County, Texas
Lillian Franks
b. 26 September 1884, Sweet Home, Lavaca County, Texas
d. 9 August 1983, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas

Children with Lillian Franks:

  • Edward Long
  • William Edward

William emigrated from Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana, to Taylorsville, Williamson County, Texas, in 1878.

Submitted by:
Edward Robert Whittlesey-Stapp
Dallas TX

Jonathan Jackson Robinson

Jonathan Jackson Robinson
b. 10 September 1818, Jackson County, Indiana
d. 28 September 1887, Franklin Township, Monroe County, Iowa

m/1. 4 October 1832, Jackson County, Indiana
Elsie Ross
d. 1852

m/2. 1854
Jane W. Coen
b. 20 November 1827, Dearborn County, Indiana
d. 14 December 1905, Marian Township, Franklin County, Nebraska

Children with Elsie Ross:

  • Mariah (b. 1843)
  • John (1847-1893) married Sarah G. Bryant
  • Jacob (b. 1849)
  • Naomi (b. 1852)

Children with Jane W. Coen:

  • Sarah Carrie (1856-1920) married T. F. Maher
  • Francis M. (b. 1857)
  • Ida Dora (1858-1931) married Aaron Jacob Harouff
  • George L. (1861-1927) married Emma Isabelle Gilliland
  • Lucinda Maver (b. 1866) married Charles H. Stanley
  • Cora (b. 1872) married [–?–] Ditton

Jonathon moved to Monroe County, Iowa, in 1854.

Submitted by:
JoAnn Goodacre
Springfield VA

John Mullendore

John Mullendore
b. 23 July 1847, Bartholomew County, Indiana, to Clint and Tabitha (Brooks) Mullendore
d. July 1907, Howard, Elk County, Kansas

m. 22 August 1866, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana
Mary Eusebia Robinson
b. 1848, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, to David D. and Sarah Elizabeth (Forsyth) Robinson
d. 1 November 1898, Howard, Elk County, Kansas

Children with Mary Eusebia Robinson:

  • Hallie (1867-1960) married (1) C. E. Tesh, (2) Oth Elliott
  • Eddie (1869-1870)
  • Erd (1871-1938) married Sarah Jane Berry
  • David (1873-1947) married Metta B. Killam
  • Jessie (1875-1876)
  • Harry (1877-1879)
  • Clarence (1879-1885)
  • Otto V. (b. 1881) married (1) Golda Cribley, (2) Josephine Hall
  • Claudie (1883-1886)
  • Clarice (1885-1886)
  • Ray (b. 1887) married Alma Glahn
  • Carl (1889-1922)
  • William Clinton (1892-1983) married Esther Andrews

John and Mary E. Mullendore emigrated from Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, to Howard, Elk County, Kansas, in 1882.

John’s sons, Erd and David Mullendore, took part in the third Oklahoma land rush. Erd became an oilman, banker, and rancher, owning the famous Cross-Bell Ranch. David returned to Elk County, Kansas, where he served two terms in the Kansas legislature and became president of Production Credit Corporation.

John’s other sons also became prominent businessmen. Otto established a bank and owned a department store in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Ray became a banker first in Osage and later at Hominy, Oklahoma, where his brother Carl also was a banker. William Clinton served in the Food Relief Administration during World War I and as secretary to then Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover. Later William Clinton, an attorney, became president and CEO of Southern California Edison Company.

Submitted by:
Barbara Mullendore Calvert
Caldwell NJ

John Brookins Gilliland

John Brookins Gilliland
b. 29 September 1812, Salisbury Township, Rockingham County, Virginia, to John J. and Susannah (Harris) Gilliland
d. 28 February 1898, Chillicothe, Wapello County, Iowa

m/1. 15 July 1832, Bartholomew County, Indiana
Sirenna Herron
d. 25 December 1857, Wapello County, Iowa

m/2. 10 February 1859, Appanoose County, Iowa
Martha A. Shoemaker
b. 1822, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, to Malachai and Susanna (Shafer) Shoemaker
d. 7 March 1881, Worth County, Missouri

Children with Sirenna Herron:

  • Susannah (1833–1910) married Lewis Stump
  • John F. (b. 1835)
  • Malinda (b. 1838)
  • James A. (b. 1837)
  • Francis M.
  • George Washington (b. 1844) married Malinda Cate
  • Catherine (b. 1846)
  • Wesley J. (1849–1932) married Nancy Tadlock
  • Garret Martin (1853–1932) married Margaret Lockman
  • Mary C. (b. 1852) married William Vantress
  • Sarienna (b. 1854)

Children with Martha A. Shoemaker:

  • Lewis W. (1861–1938) married Elizabeth A. [–?–]
  • David (1863–1955) married Margaret [–?–]
  • Emma Isabelle (1866–1947) married George Lincoln Robinson

John emigrated from Bartholomew County, Indiana, to Appanoose County, Iowa, in 1853.

Submitted by:
JoAnn M. Goodacre
Springfield VA

Jane W Coen

Jane W Coen
b. 20 November 1827, Indiana to Absalom Coen and Jane W. [–?–].
d. 14 December 1905, Marian Township, Franklin County, Nebraska

m. 23 January 1853, Jackson County, Indiana
Jonathan Jackson Robinson

Children with Jonathan Jackson Robinson:

  • Silas
  • Matilda
  • Caroline
  • Eliza
  • Paul
  • Thomas
  • William
  • Jane W.
  • Milton
  • Sarah
  • John
  • Absalom

Jane moved to Franklin County, Nebraska.

Submitted by:
JoAnn Goodacre
Springfield VA