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Aaron Stanley

Aaron Stanley
birth: 28 May 1803, Guilford County, North Carolina to Michael and Mary (Gurley) Stanley
death: 4 May 1883, Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana
burial: Circle Grove Cemetery, Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana

marriage: 19 Jan 1826, Vigo County, Indiana
Mahala Stanley
birth: 6 Jan 1809, Stokes County, North Carolina to John and Elizabeth (Dicks) Stanley
death: 9 Mar 1870, Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana
burial: Circle Grove Cemetery, Spiceland, Henry County, Indiana

Children of Mahala Stanley and Aaron Stanley:

  • Eliza Jane Stanley (1827-1870). Md. 1848, Mordecai H. Unthank
  • Michael Stanley (1829-1904). Md. 1854, Lydia Jane Bell
  • Minerva Stanley (1831-1835)
  • Verling K. Stanley (1833-1915). Md. 1866, Josephine A. Talbert
  • Hannah A. Stanley (1837-1901). Md. 1857, Joseph W. Holloway
  • Martha E. Stanley (1840-1874)
  • Maria Emily Stanley (1844-1927). Md. 1870, John William Fawcett

Ancestor here lived in: Sullivan County, Indiana 1825-1827
Wayne County, Indiana 1827-1830
Henry County, Indiana 1830-1883

Guilford County, North Carolina 1803-1825

Other Information: Aaron and Mahala were members of the Society of Friends (Quakers). Aaron was a farmer, and owned much land in Spiceland.

Submitted by:
Ruth Stanley Kuntz

Lewis Glidewell

Lewis Glidewell
b. 1804, Laurens County, South Carolina, to William and Susannah Glidewell
d. 1877, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri

Nancy Talbert

m/2. 29 July 1859, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri
Tabitha “Abi” Earles
b. 1829, Kentucky, to Peyton and Sara Ann Earles
d. 17 March 1916, Milan, Sullivan County, Missouri

Children with Tabitha Earles:
• George Washington (1861-1933) married (1) Nancy Ann Judd, (2) Hester Belle Potts
• Filander (1863-1947) married Mary Shatto

In 1805 Lewis came to Indiana and lived in Franklin and Shelby counties, Pike Township of Marion County, and Brown Township of Hendricks County before emigrating in 1852.

Lewis was the youngest of ten children. His father was born in 1760 in Halifax, Virginia, and was a soldier in the Revolutionary War. Lewis’ grandfather Robert Glidewell was a soldier in the French-Indian War and owned a tobacco plantation in Halifax County, Virginia, where he was born in 1722. After Abi (Earles) Black was widowed, she brought her six children to northern Missouri where she met and married Lewis Glidewell who was a widower.

Submitted by:
Diane Glidewell Fitzgibbons
Lee’s Summit MO
E-mail: sfitzgibbons@micro.com

Travis Adcock Emry

Travis Adcock Emry
b. 3 June 1788, Guilford County, North Carolina, to James and Rachael (Moorman) Adcock
d. 31 January 1866, Penn Township, Jefferson County, Iowa


m/2. 27 August 1818, Center Quaker Meeting House, Wayne County, Indiana
Elizabeth Frazier
b. 15 May 1795, Randolph County, North Carolina
d. 23 July 1871, Penn Township, Jefferson County, Iowa

Children with Elizabeth Frazier:

  • Susanna (1819–1897) married Thomas Hockett
  • James (1821–1898) married Katherine Shockley
  • Rachel (1823–1901) married Dillon Hoskins
  • Sarah (1824–1846) married Caleb Pickett
  • Gideon (1826–bef. 1835)
  • Archelaus Moorman (1828-1890) married Margaret Frakes
  • Thomas Frazier (1830-1895) married Ruth Hodson
  • David (1832-1916) married Amanda Talbert
  • Rebecca (1834-1881) married James F. Hodson

Travis immigrated to Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana, possibly from Highland County, Ohio, about 1814. He emigrated in 1837 to Henry County, Iowa.

Although the family name was changed from Adcock to Emery by the Indiana General Assembly on 22 January 1835, the family has generally spelled the name Emry. Harriett Emry, a granddaughter, wrote in 1941 that the Adcock name was changed to Emry because the children were being teased at school about their name.

From Tucker’s History of Randolph County, Indiana: “The first settler in Washington Township may have been Travis Adcock…”

Submitted by:
Col. (Ret.) Joseph P. Barnes, FACG
Dewey AZ