Draft Copy
Paul R. Orr
812 Cindy Dr.
Burlington, IA 52601
Revised: 14 May 1997

George  and  Margaret (Conrod) Brown  Descendants
George  and  Hannah (John)  Descendants

1. Brown, George b. 22 Jun. 1766, Hampshire County, VA (now Hardy County, West Virginia), d. 21 Spt. 1825, Rush Co., IN, son of Thomas & Mary (Ball?) Brown.  George m1, 8 Spt. 1786, Hardy Co., WV to Margaret "Peggy" Conrod, b. ca 1786, d. ca 1802, likely buried near their farm along Cabbin Creek, Mason Co. (now Lewis Co.) KY, d/o of John Conrod/Coonard of near Moorefield, Virginia.

Ref:  Some references list the wife of George as Rebecca but every daughter of the first marriage names a daughter Margaret and every son, except one, names a son, George. The only Rebecca named was the daughter of George & Hannah (John) Brown who was named Rebecca Barbara Brown, probably named after her maternal Grandmother Barbara (Evans) John.  The name William or John or William John is used by each of the children who had descendants except by Joseph Franklin Brown.  The name Singleton is used frequently.  The name Ryland is seldom used.

Ref:  Mr. W. O. Shriner, author of "The Cuppy Family History" wrote that George Brown was named for his Grandfather George Ball of Philadelphia.  Is there a George Ball of Philadelphia that can be connected to Mary Ball?  If so, he would have probably lived between 1710 to 1770.

Ref:  Another problem that persists is the birthdate of George Brown.  Most references, including the Thomas Brown Bible Records, list his birthday as 22 June 1766, while others joining the DAR list his birthdate as 22 June 1760, the birthdate given to George's brother, Daniel who died early in life when shot by indians.  It is felt that the 22 June 1866 birthdate is correct and that the 22 June 1760 birthdate was substituted in order to join the DAR.  Becoming a Sergeant at such a young age was highly unusual.  It is possible that we have the wrong George Brown but we haven't been able to prove it.

Ref:  Clermont Co., OH land transactions, pg. 272-73 - On 14 Mar. 1808, William Lytle and Eliza N., his wife, of Clermont Co., OH transferred to George Brown of Lewis Co., KY, pg. 272-73:
"Consideration of $315.00, 175 acres of land in Clermont Co., OH located on the head waters of Cross Creek or Twelve Mile Creek plus a tract of land adjoining containing 157 1/2 acres. Witnesses:  William Todd; R. W. Waring, J. P."

Ref:  Clermont Co., OH land transactions, pg. ??? - On 10 Spt. 1808, James Buchanan of Clermont Co., OH, transferred to George Brown of Clermont Co., OH:
"Consideration of $10.00, 93 acres of land located in Clermont Co., OH, Virginia Military District, surveyed for Lipscomb Norvell on the waters of Big Indian Creek sold to James Buchanan for taxes on 13 Apr. 1805 by John Carlisle, collector of nonresident lands. Witnesses: Jacob Waterfield, Silas Sargent.  Land title must also be weak as James Buchanan
sold it without recourse to himself by George Brown."

Ref:  Clermont Co., OH land transactions, pg. 354 - On 17 Spt. 1808, James Buchanan of Clermont Co., OH, transferred land to George Brown of Clermont Co., OH:
"Consideration of $13.00 for 340 acre tract being part of tract of 1000 acres (survey #1716) of land surveyed for Robert Lawson Jr. and laid off for George Brown on the east fork of Bullskin Creek, Lewis Twp., Clermont Co., OH in the Virginia Military District. Mentions adjoining land owner, Peter Simmons, John P. Shingles, Witness: Silas Sargent, Jossemcny Simoinns. The land must have a defective title because James Buchanan gave up only his interest in the land with the understanding that there would be no recourse to him by George Brown. James Sargent, J. P."

George Brown purchased 160 acres of land from the United States Government on 14 October 1820. The land was located in the SE 1/4 of Section 14, Twp. 12 North, Range 10 West.  This transaction is recorded on page 42 of the Rush Co., IN land transactions located in the Recorders office, Rushville, IN. (We do not have the record of the land being sold.)

Ref:  Sketches of Rush County, IN, edited by Mary M. Alexander & Capitola Guffin Dill, Jacksonian Publishing Co., Rushville, IN, 1915, pg. 83:
"Brown, George, b. Hardy Co., VA, 22 Jun. 1760, d. Milroy, Rush Co., IN, 21 Spt. 1825. George served as sergeant in the in Captain J. Valentine's Co. 1st VA Regiment and commanded by Colonel George Gibson during the Revolutionary War. Ref. DAR No. 5313. He md. 8 Spt. 1788 to Rebecca Conrad. Descendant -- Mate Power Jay (Wm.)."

Ref:  Rush County Sesquicentennial History Edition, 1822 - 1972, pg. 50:  Mentions George Brown as a known Revolutionary War soldier buried in Rush Co., IN. A reference is made to a George Brown drawing a Revolutionary War pension in 1840 and that his grave in Richland Twp. is marked with a government marker.  (This could have been a pension drawn by Hannah, wife and widow of George Brown). -- Check!!

Ref:  Joseph Franklin Brown's 5 pg. history states that George and Margaret moved to KY after marrying in 1786.  George was a soldier in both Harrison's and St. Clair's defeats, at Wayne's victory and in the War of 1812. Margaret died in 1800 and in 1804, George md. Hannah Johns. During 1808 George and Hannah moved to Ohio and later in 1821 to Indiana.  George died on 25 Spt. 1825, Rush Co., IN. George was born 22 Jun. 1766, Hardy Co., VA.  He served three years in Colonel Gibson's _____ Virginia Regiment during the Revolutionary War and was present as was his Father at the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown on 18 Oct. 1781. A land warrant was issued to him signed by Patrick Henry, Governor on 19 Mar. 1783.

Ref:  Atlas of Rush Co., Indiana, J. H. Beers & Co., Chicago, 1879, Richland Township History. -- Mentions that George Brown along with others settled in 1820 and that George was the father of several sons, two of whom have been distinguished; W. J. Brown, the lawyer, became a
prominent and successful politician; and R. T. Brown, the popular physician, now occupying high rank among philosophers, philanthropists and scientific men.

Ref:  Will of George Brown, dtd. 21 Spt. 1825, proven 20 May 1826, located in Will Book 1, pg. 27, Rush Co., IN Courthouse, Rushville, Rush Co., Indiana:
          "Be it remembered that I, George Brown of Richland Township, Rush County and State of Indiana, being weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory, blessed by Almighty God for the same, do make and publish this my last will and testament in the manner and form following:  First, I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife, Hannah Brown, all of my freehold estate lying and being in the township, county, and state above mentioned, to have and to hold with all the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging during her life,
          I also give and bequeath unto my eldest daughter, Hannah Nash, the sum of one dollar; to my daughter, Susannah Tingley, one dollar; to my daughter, Elizabeth Denham, one dollar, to my daughter, Mary Nichols, one dollar, to my daughter, Sarah Boner, one dollar; and to my daughter, Ann Elstun, one dollar.
          To my eldest son, William J. Brown, I give a young mare now called "Liz" with saddle; also one bed and bedding for same; also ninety dollars to be paid him out of the freehold estate at the decease of my wife.
          To my daughter, Rebecca Brown, I give and bequeath the sum of one hundred dollars to be paid out of my estate when she is eighteen years of age.
          To my three sons - Ryland T. Brown, George W. Brown, and Joseph F. Brown - I hereby give and bequeath all my freehold estate at the decease of my wife to have and to hold with all the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging to be equally divided between them and their heirs and assigns forever.
          And Lastly, as to all the text and residue and remainder of my personal estate, goods and chattels of what kind and nature so ever, that shall be remaining at the decease of my wife, I give and bequeath to my last five mentioned children to be equally divided among them.
          In Witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 21st day of September in the Year of our Lord, 1825.  I also hereby appoint my beloved wife, Hannah Brown, sole executrix of this my last will and testament.

Witnesses: Epsom Leach & Benjamin I. Recher

/s/  George Brown

.1 Hannah b. 8 Spt. 1787
.2 Susannah b. 16 Dec. 1789
.3 Elizabeth b. 9 Oct. 1792
.4 Mary b. 17 Jul. 1795
.5 Sarah b. 2 Feb. 1798
.6 Anne b. 14 Oct. 1800

George m2, 4 Oct. 1804, Mason Co. (now Lewis Co.), Ky., to Hannah John, b. Dec. 1783, in the Welsh settlement of Uwchlan, Chester Co., PA, d. 18 Nov. 1869, bur. Blue Ridge Cem., Shelby Co., IN, 86-2-16, d/o John & Barbara (Evans) John.

.7 William John b. 15/5 Aug. 1805
.8 Ryland Thomas b. 5 Oct. 1807
.9 George Whitford b. 4 Feb. 1811
.10 Rebecca Barbara b. 12 Nov. 1814
.11 Joseph Franklin b. 7 May 1820

George Brown d. 21 Spt. 1825, Richland Twp., Rush Co., IN and is bur. on the family farm in Richland Twp. Hannah d. Nov. 1869, while living with her grandson, Adam Trees Brown, near Greenfield, Hancock Co., IN and is buried in Liberty Twp. Cemetery, Shelby Co., IN.

Hannah's father, John John*, is listed on the Mason County tax records on 29 July 1796 as owning 140 acres of land on the North Fork Creek watercourse, entered by T. Marshall. The family had one male plus 21 years of age, two males between 16 and 21 years of age; 2 horses and 11 cattle.

DAR records indicate that John John was born in Wales and among the first to enlist in the Revolutionary War from Pennsylvania.  He served from the siege of Boston to the surrender of Cornwallis.  He was detailed by Washington to run a grist mill at Valley Forge for the starving troops.  He gave valuable service in the Indian warfare under Logan.  John John died in Mason Co., (prob. now Lewis Co), KY in 1820.

Mason Co., KY cemetery records indicate that John John, Sergeant, b. ca 1740, Pembroke, Wales, d. 23 Dec. 1815, Mason Co., KY; Barbara Evans, John John's wife, was b. ca 1764, Carnarvon, Wales, d. ca 1836/8, Mason Co., KY, 87 yrs.

Thomas  &  Hannah  (Brown)  Nash  Descendants

1.1 Brown, Hannah b. 8 Spt. 1787, Bourbon Co., KY, d. 13 Dec. 1865, Putnam Co., MO, md. 4 Aug. 1808, Lewis Co., KY to Thomas Nash b. 15 Spt. 1785, Westmoreland Co., PA, d. 27 Apr. 1853, Putnam Co., MO, s/o Richard & Jane (Barr) Nash 1V.

Ref: History of Hendricks Co., IN (1885), pg. 665-666 (abstracted) Thomas & Hannah (Brown) Nash emigrated to IN from OH in 1825; lived for one year in Marion Co., IN before moving to Hendricks Co., IN. They settled on White Lick Creek in Lincoln Twp. where they entered 80 acres. About 1845 they moved to Missouri where they lived until their death. They had nine
children of whom six are living.

Ref: The Nash family goes back several generations as follows: Richard 1V b. 14 Apr. 1754, New Castle Co., DE, d. 11 Jul. 1837, Fayette Co., IN, s/o Richard & Rebecca (MacCay) Nash 111, md. ca 1777, Henrico Co., VA to Jane Barr b. ca 1762, Ireland, d. 20 Spt. 1837, Fayette Co., IN, d/o John Barr of whom nothing further is known. (Note the age of Father when the
following sons are born.)

Richard Nash 111, b. ca 1730, d. 16 Mar. 1787, New Castle Co., DE, s/o Richard & Elizabeth (Williams) Nash 11, md. ca 1758/9 to Rebecca MacCay of whom nothing further is known.

Richard Nash 11, b. ca 1671, s/o Richard & Ann (Blunt) Nash, md. to Elizabeth Williams of whom nothing further is known.

Richard Nash 1,b. ca 1620. Ireland, md. to Ann Blunt.

Ref:  Jeremiah M. Nash signed a sworn statement on 4 Jul. 1853 before Putman Co., MO Probate Judge Bray and agrees to act as administrator by making a complete inventory of the assets of Thomas Nash who died without will, and will pay all just debts.
-- “The heirs of Thomas Nash , late of Putman Co., MO, deceased are: George B. Nash of Hendrix Co., IN, Richard jE. Nash’s heirs to wit: George W. Nash, Pathrina Ann Nash, Mahala J. Nash, William R. Nash, Isaac Newton Nash, Martha H. Nash, Richard T. Nash, all of Hendrix Co., IA (should be IN); Isaac C. Nash of IN; Margaret C. Wilborn of Lafayette Co., MO; Elizabeth D. Horford of Putnam Co., MO; Daniel S. Nash & Jeremiah M. Nash of Putnam Co., MO; Mary Susan Haszelit of Lafayette Co., MO; Sarah Ann (Nash) Wolf of Putnam Co., MO”

Ref:  Hannah signed a note stating that she requished the right to administer her husband's estate. --

Ref:  Will of Thomas Nash, appears not to have been signed.

Thomas Nash of Dodge Co., MO.

          Wife, Hannah to have support of the Plantation during her lifetime.
          To:  George B. Nash, Isaac C. Nash, Daniel S. Nash, Jeremiah M. Nash the tract of land described:  NE 1/2 of NE1/4 of SE 1/4 of the NE 1/4 and NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section 25 in Township 66 of Range 20 containing 160 acres and if my land warrants calls for eighty acres of land one forty to be added to the above numbers and equally divided between my above named
sons and if my land warrants calls for only forty acres, I give and devise the same to George W. Nash, son to Richard E. Nash, deceased if he lives to become of age, if not I will it to my sons above to be equally divided as the above land described.
          To son, Daniel S. Nash, my rifle gun and harness and gearing to be equally divided between my sons herein named and also my horses farming utensils and tools to be equally divided amongst my above sons.
          I give Polly G. Nash and Sarah A. Nash, my cattle and sheep equally divided between them. My household furniture I give and devise unto Margaret Wilburn, Elizabeth Herford, Polly G. Nash and Sarah A. Nash to be equally divided.
          Appoint my sons, Daniel S. Nash and Jeremiah M. Nash to be the executors to this my last will and testament. Dtd. 23 Feb. 1852; Witnesses: William Hazelit and Josiah Harbert.

Note: This is to certify that I William P. Shanklin signed the testators name at his request. --

.1 George Brown b. 27 May 1809
.2 Richard E. b. ca 1810
.3 Isaac C. b. 27 Mar. 1812
.4 Margaret Conrad b. ca 1814
.5 Elisabeth D. b.
.6 Daniel S. b. ca 1819
.7 Jeremiah M. b. 21 Feb. 1825
.8 Jesse b. 21 Feb. 1825
.9 Sarah A. b. ca 1827
.10 Mary Susan b. ca 1829
{There are several contradictions re birth date and order.}

1.1.1 Nash, George Brown b. 2/22 May 1807/27 May 1809, Lewis Co., KY, served in Blackhawk War during 1832, d. 3 Mar. 1864, Prairie City, McDonough Co., IL, md. 3 Feb. 1833, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR) to Elizabeth McDaniel b. 24 Aug. 1811, NC, d. 1 Nov. 1887, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO. Res. 1852, Hendricks Co., IN.

.1 Alfred T. b. 1 Nov. 1833
.2 Sarah L. b. 25 Aug. 1835
.3 Elizabeth E. b. 19 Nov. 1837
.4 Asa Marion b. 10 Feb. 1840
.5 Andrew W. b. 21 Feb. 1842
.6 Hannah S. b. 18 Feb. 1844
.7 Lydia A. b. 20 Feb. 1846
.8 George Allen b. 1 Feb. 1849
.9 Simeon E. b. 14 May 1853 Nash, Alfred T. b. 1 Nov. 1833, Hendricks Co., IN, d. ca 1905, md. 10 Jan. 1856, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 5, pg. 49) to Mary Jane King b. ca 1836, Hendricks Co., IN, 5 children. Res., Fountain Co., IN.* Nash, Sarah L. b. 25 Aug. 1835, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 16 Jul. 1894, St. Joseph, Buchanan Co., MO, md. ca 1863, Prairie City, McDonough Co., IL to Benjamin H. Cord b. ca 1831.

.1 Jennie M. b. 29 Jul. 1864
.2 Willis B. b. 12 Oct. 1866
.3 Minnie M. b. 5 Aug. 1869
.4 Leona H. (twin) b. 26 Dec. 1871
.5 Oma S. (twin) b. 26 Dec. 1871 Cord, Jennie M. b. 29 Jul. 1864, md. to James Pendleton.* Cord, Willis b. 12 Oct. 1866.* Cord, Minnie M. b. 5 Aug. 1869.* Cord, Leona H. (twin) b. 26 Dec. 1871.* Cord, Oma S. (twin) b. 26 Dec. 1871. Res. 1896, St. Joseph, MO.

Ref:  Letter dtd. 10 July 1896 to Miss Oma S. Cord, St. Joseph, MO from Dudley & Michener, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Pacific Building, P. O. Box 14, Washington, D.C. --
Dear Madam:
We are in receipt of your favor of the 6th inst., with enclosures, and we hand you, herewith, contract duly signed. We think that nearly all the heirs have executed similar papers, but it does not seem worth while to press the cases for trial now, for the reason that President Cleveland at the last session of Congress vetoed the bill which provided for the payment of such claims.  As he will doubtless do the same thing so long as he remains President, we have reason to believe that the Court of Claims will not set such cases for trial.  We think we shall have to await another President, and the development of another line of executive action.

Very truly yours,
Dudley & Michener
(W. W. Dudley & L. T. Michener). Nash, Elizabeth E. b. 19 Nov. 1837, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 22 Jan. 1922, md. 10 Jan. 1856, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR BK 5, pg. 49) to Alexander H. Betts b. ca 1835, Hendricks Co., IN. Res., Maryville, MO.

.1 Oscar b. ca 1859
.2 Lee b. ca 1861
.3 Viola b. ca 1863
.4 William C. b. ca 1865 Betts, Oscar b. ca 1859, Hendricks Co., IN.* Betts, Lee b. ca 1861, Hendricks Co., IN.* Betts, Viola b. ca 1863, Hendricks Co., IN.* Betts, William C. b. ca 1865, Hendricks Co., IN.* Nash, Asa Marion b. 10 Feb. 1840, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 31 Dec. 1928, Watonga, Blaine Co., OK, bur. Watonga I.O.O.F. Cem., md. 22 Oct. 1862, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 6, pg. 157) to Louisa Fitch b. 4 Jan. 1841, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 2 Jul. 1918, Watonga, OK, bur. Watonga I.O.O.F Cem., d/o John & Mary (Cox) Fitch. Res., Watonga, Indian Territory.

Ref:  The Greenfield Hustler, Greenfield, OK, 11 Jul. 1918 --
          Louisa Fitch was born in Hendricks Co., IN on Jan. 1, 1841, and was married to A. M. Nash on Oct. 22, 1862.  To this union seven children were born, four of whom are still living. These are Everett Nash of Kansas City, MO, Ross Nash of Tacoma, WA, and Mrs. Edna Geeslin and Mrs. Stella Funk of Pleasant Valley. There are 19 grandchildren.
          She passed to the great Beyond Tuesday, July 2, 1918, and the funeral occurred Wednesday from the Christian church at Watonga conducted by Rev. Johnson of Enid.  At the special request of the deceased six granddaughters acted as pallbearers.
          Mr. and Mrs. Nash came to Oklahoma at the opening of the Cheyenne and Arapaho country, settling on the farm in Pleasant Valley where they resided until about two years as they removed to Watonga.
          Mrs. Nash united with the Christian church at the age of 16 years, and remained a faithful member until claimed by death.  She was ever ready to assist the sick or needy and many are they who have cause to appreciate her kind and neighborly ministrations.
          The family desire us to extend to the friends their sincere thanks for the many acts of assistance and the sympathy manifested during the illness and death of the beloved wife and mother.

(Contributed in memory of Mrs. A. M. Nash by Mida Behan (Ida Lehman)

How many hearts were aching
And eyes were filled with tears
When came the time to sever
The friendship of many years
Her work on earth was finished
Time for reward had come
Who loved her most was hard to tell
When Mother left for Home.

In time of pioneer distress
They called her everywhere,
To help in any time of need
All sorrow she would share.
In sympathy how oft she spent
Those sleepless nights, so long;
No wonder hearts were aching
When Mother left for Home.

You say, "Whose Mother was she?"
They claimed her one and all.
Her Mother-love extended
To old and young and small.
She cheered the weary traveler,
Caressed the helpless babe,
Cared for the lonely orphan
E'er Mother Homeward swayed.

God blessed her work with many years
Her ripe and golden age
Was crowned with happiness and bliss
To Heaven an honor page
When parting days were drawing nigh
She bade her loved ones come
And hearken to her last sweet words;
Then Mother left for Home.

Ref:  Ltr. dtd. 26 Aug. 1895 from (probably A. M. Nash) to John S. Donham Esq., Cory, IN.
Dear Sir -
          In regard to the estate of one Joseph Ball.  I will state the position I take after mature deliberation, briefly stated it is this:
          First -- I have not faith enough in the enterprise to pay out any money in advance towards the prosecution of the claim.  At the same time I do not wish to be a hindrance to the prosecution of the same.  Therefore if you and the Attorney, Dudley P. Michener, have knowledge or faith sufficient to prosecute the claim so far as I am concerned for a fee continent upon your or their success in winning the suit or suits therefor:  Or in other words, I will allow you or them to retain _______ of all money valuables or property which you or they may or shall receive by prosecuting said claim on my behalf, against the estate of the said Joseph Ball, which shall constitute the sale and only recompense to be required of me to pay because of the prosecution of said claim or in any manner relating thereto and in case you or they are not successful, in the prosecution of said claim, then neither you nor they shall expect, receive or demand any fee, pay, or reward whatever for said services.
          I have made the contracts to conform to this proposition. If you accept it on receipt -- of your answer to that effect I will forward the power of attorney. (Letter not signed)

Ref:  Articles of Agreement made and entered into this 28th day of August A.D. 1895 by and between Asa M. Nash of Watonga, P. O., County Blaine, Territory of Oklahoma of the first part and Dudley & Michener Attorneys-at-law of the City of Washington, District of Columbia, parties of the second part:
          Witnesseth -- That Whereas, the party of the first part has a just claim against the United States for French Spoliation Claims as heir of Joseph Ball, deceased, Merchant of Philadelphia, in cases No. 1437, 1438, 1439, 1441, 1452, 1522, 2857, 3125, 3126, 3127, 3128, 3129, and 3130 making in all 13 cases now pending in Court of Claims, Washington, D. C.
          And Whereas the party of the first part has constituted and appointed and appointed the parties of the second part his true and lawful attorneys to prosecute and collect said claims.
          Now therefore, in consideration of the services to be rendered by the parties of the second part in the prosecution of said claim, the said party of the first part contract and agree to allow and pay to them in full satisfaction of their services fifty percent of the amount which may be collected on said claim and the parties of the Second Part agree to perform such services diligently and to the best of their ability and to accept the fee aforesaid in payment thereof and in case not successful no fee whatever shall be required to be paid.
          In witness Whereof the parties hereto have set their hands and seals in duplicate this 28 day of August A.D. 1895.

Witness for party of first part:
M. L. Foster (signed)
W. D. Smith (signed)
Witnesses for the second part: (not listed)

{A Power of Attorney, unsigned was among the papers discovered so it is not clear if Asa agreeded to the 50% award of any monies collected.}

Ref:  The undersigned, being duly sworn, under oath makes the following 1895 statements concerning my ancestors upon my father's side from records now in my possession, from my knowledge, and from information handed down from my ancestors and relations.

My Grandmother, viz., my father's mother, was one Hannah (Brown) Nash who was born Sept. 8th 1787.  She was married to Thomas Nash in 1808, and died on the 13th of Dec. 1865.

Hannah (Brown) Nash's father was one George Brown who was born on June 22nd, 1766. He was twice married; first to Peggy Coonard, in 1786; his second marriage was to Hannah ??? in 1804. He died Sept. 21, 1825. His mother was Mary (Ball) Brown who was married to Thomas Brown in 1754.  Mary (Ball) Brown died in Clearmont County, Ohio, near the town of
Bethel, on Jan. 24th 1816.

My father, son of Hannah (Brown) Nash, was one George B. Nash who was born May 27, 1809. He was married Feb. 3, 1833 to one Elizabeth McDaniel. My father, George B. Nash, died March 3, 1864, at Prairie City, McDonough County, Illinois. My mother, Elizabeth (McDaniel) Nash,died Nov. 1, 1887, at St. Joseph, Missouri.

Of this marriage of my father and mother there were born the following named children:

Alfred T. Nash, born Nov. 1, 1833, at Hendricks County, Indiana; Sarah L. Nash, who was born August 25, 1835 at Hendricks County, Indiana, and who was married to Benjamin H. Cord in the year 1863, at Prairie City, McDonough County, Illinois, and who died July 16th 1894 at St. Joseph, Missouri, leaving as her sole and only heirs at law; Jennie M. (Cord) Pendleton, now wife of James Pendleton who was born July 29th, 1864; Willis E. Cord, born Oct. 12, 1866; Minnie M. Cord, born August 5th, 1869; Leona H. Cord, born December 26th, 1871 and her twin sister, Oma S. Cord, born Dec. 26th 1871.

Elizabeth E. (Nash) Betts, now wife of Alexander H. Betts, who was born November 19th, 1837 at Hendricks Co., Indiana.

Asa M. Nash, who was born Feb. 10th, 1840 at Hendricks Co., IN.

Andrew W. Nash who was born Feb. 21, 1842, at Hendricks Co., IN.

Hannah S. Nash who was born July 18th, 1844, but who died in infancy.

Lydia A. (Nash) was born June 20th, 1846, at Hendricks County, IN, who was married to one Mr. Baughan, who afterwards died, and who afterwards married one Mr. Jacks, who also died, leaving said Lydia A., his widow.

George A. Nash who was born Feb. 1, 1849 at Hendricks County, IN.

Simeon A. Nash who was born May 14th, 1853 at Hendricks County, IN.

The undersigned has not, in the foregoing, attempted to give the names of the brothers and sisters of my Father, George B. Nash. I have reason to believe that the children and descendants of my father, herein before named, are all now living. My father, died intestate. My sister, Sarah
L. Cord, who died at St. Joseph, Missouri, as hereinbefore stated died intestate. I, being duly sworn to testify to the truth of the foregoing facts, speaking from the original Bible record as the the birth, marriage, and death of my father, and as to the births, marriages and deaths of his children, and from information received in the family and family writings concerning earlier dates and facts stated. {This document was not signed but is suspected to have been written by Asa M. Nash.}

Ref: Ltr. dtd. 28 Sept. 1922, Kansas City, MO from Granddaughter Cleo May Nash to Mr. A. M. Nash, Greenfield, OK --
Dear Grandfather,
          Now don't have apoplexy or a brain storm because I am writing you -- I'll admit I am very negligent when it comes to writing letters, but you know how that goes.
          How are you getting along anyway? How are all of the typhoid patients, here's hoping they are improving considerably, as the hot weather you have in Oklahoma is hard enough on a person who is well and possessed of the proverbial nine lives, let alone one suffering from fever.
          Aunt Mary Nash just called me over the telephone. It seems that they are reviving the claim on the Joseph Ball property in Philadelphia, and have succeeded in getting together a number of claimants who are very much interested; but before presenting the claim, it is necessary to eliminate several obstacles -- it seems that it isn't clear as the the exact location of the property. Aunt Mary was under the impression that you received one of the newspapers covering the claim when this proposition was up a number of years ago, and has asked that you search for this paper and any other information you may have concerning it. They are to have a meeting here on October 7th.
          Ethel says you are coming up here real soon. We shall surely be glad to see you, in fact we have been expecting you up long before this. If you succeed in finding the paper perhaps you will get here before the meeting, otherwise, send it special delivery.
          As this is almost the end of this sheet of paper, it will necessarily be
the end of my letter. With kindest regards and abject apologies for
this typewritten letter, I am,

Very sincerely yours,
Cleo May Nash

.1 Cora b. 19 Nov. 1863
.2 Orien b. 29 Mar. 1865
.3 Ross Snow b. 29 Aug. 1867
.4 Everett Oakley b. 6 Mar. 1872
.5 Dolly b. 17 Sept. 1876
.6 Edna Mae b. 11 May 1878
.7 Stella Marie b. 13 Sept 1883 Nash, Cora b. Nove 19, 1863, Hendricks Co., IN, d. Aug 24, 1864* Nash, Orien b. March 29, 1865, Hendricks Co., IN, d. Apr. 6, 1881.* Nash, Ross Snow b. Aug. 29, 1867, Hendricks Co., IN, d Aug. 20, 1940, Tacoma, WA, bur Cem. 4801 Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA, md July 29, 1898 to Elda Bertha Love d. Aug 20, 1940

.1 Cecil Howard "Jack" b. 20 Jan. 1900
.2 Glenn Wood b. 4 Dec. 1901
.3 Ethel Louise b. 2 Feb. 1904 Nash, Cecil Howard "Jack" b. 20 Jan. 1900, Watonga, Blaine Co., OK, md. 26 Jul. 1923 to Ruby Ruth Fry.* Nash, Glenn Wood b. 4 Dec. 1901, Watonga Co., OK, m1 5 May 1923 to Bertha Mae Cruzan d. 22 Jun. 1926.

.1 Eva Marie b. 22 May 1925

Glenn Wood m2 18 Jun. 1928 to Lucile B. Heward b. 11 Jul. 1905.

.2 Bertha Mae b. 22 Dec. 1929
.3 Robert Glen b. 23 Mar. 1934
.4 Harold Eugene b. 9 Feb. 1935
.5 Charles Ernest b. 19 Jul. 1937
.6 David Earl b. 21 Jul. 1939
.7 Lee Edward b. 26 Spt. 1944
.8 Edith Lorraine b. 17 Jun. 1946
.9 Glen Wood Jr. b. 5 Dec. 1947 Nash, Eva Marie b. 22 May 1925, md. 24 Mar. 1943 to George E. Weekes.* Nash, Bertha Mae b. 22 Dec. 1929, d. 14 Feb. 1930.* Nash, Robert Glen b. 23 Mar. 1934, d. 23 Mar. 1934.* Nash, Harold Eugene b. 9 Feb. 1935, md. 22 May 1960 to Glenna Lee Fronsman.* Nash, Charles Ernest b. 19 Jul. 1937, md. 9 Aug. 1958 to Jean Fronsman.* Nash, David Earl b. 21 Jul. 1939, 16 May 1961 to Nancy Darlene Christianson.* Nash, Lee Edward b. 26 Spt. 1944, md. 29 Nov. 1969 to Mary Margaret Houden.* Nash, Edith Lorraine b. 17 Jun. 1946, md. 19 Feb. 1967 to Norman James Kukuk.* Nash, Glen Wood Jr. b. 5 Dec. 1947, d. 5 Dec. 1947.* Nash, Ethel Louise b. 2 Feb. 1904, Watonga, Blaine Co., OK, md. to Marion P. Copening.* Nash, Everett Oakley b. 6 Mar. 1872, d. 1 Jan. 1959, Redding, Shastaco Co., CA, bur. Red Bluff Cem., CA, md. 6 Jun. 1895, Watonaga, Blaine Co., OK to Katherine Jacoby d. 1 Jan. 1959.

.1 Herman b. 1 May 1896
.2 Ora b. 27 Apr. 1898
.3 Cleo b. 30 May 1900
.4 Etta b. 5 Jul. 1902
.5 Clarence C. b. 7 Dec. 1904
.6 Emily b. 29 Dec. 1906 Nash, Herman b. 1 May 1896, d. 1 Apr. 1970.* Nash, Ora b. 27 Apr. 1898.* Nash, Cleo b. 30 May 1900, d. 30 Jul. 1964, md. to W. A. Sommers.* Nash, Etta b. 5 Jul. 1902, md. to Fay Hisey.* Nash, Clarence Charles b. 7 Dec. 1904, md. 25 Jan. 1930 to Margaret Seamans b. 1 Jul. 1910.

Ref:  The Press Democrat, Wednesday, June 27, 1984, pg. 14A -- Reagan tells how to stay young -- Washington -- With a 50-year old duck looking over his shoulder, President Reagan joked about his age with some fellow senior citizens Tuesday but told them "loving your work" is the key to staying young.
          In a White House salute to about 200 senior citizens engaged in volunteer work, Reagan recalled that some of the world's noted artists, composers and statesmen made their greatest contributions after reaching retirement age.
          "Grandma Moses was doing brilliant work well into her eighties," Reagan said. "(Guiseppe) Verdi composed the opera 'Falstaff' at 79. (Konrad) Adenauer was guiding the German economic miracle when he was in his eighties. (Winston) Churchill was at retirement age when he began to lead Britain through World War II.
          "And, of course, 'Old Hickory' -- Andrew Jackson -- was actually 70 years old when he left the White House," the 73-year-old candidate for re-election pointed out. "Can you imagine that?"
          Reagan said Jackson, who left office in 1837 after serving two terms, "felt pretty trim and fit and vigorous when he left. I know, he told me."
          The audience in the East Room roared its approval.
          "They always talk about presidents aging in office," Reagan said, "and, of course -- like everyone else -- we do, but I think that if you enjoy this office and the great debates of the day, then you'll always stay pretty young. That's the key, I think, loving your work."
          Reagan, who will be a few days short of 78 if he wins a second term and survives to until it ends in January 1989, already is the oldest man ever to hold the office.
          He shared the stage with Clarence "Ducky" Nash, who is marking his 50th anniversary as the voice of the Walt Disney cartoon character Donald Duck. Nash held a Donald Duck puppet on his lap during the ceremony, and the duck rolled its eyes and quaked once as others addressed the group.
          Reagan gave Nash a plaque in recognition of his volunteer work, which in recent years has included numerous visits to hospitalized children, whom he entertains with his puppet and the famous Duck's voice. (Picture of Pres. Reagan and Clarence "Ducky" Nash)

.1 Katherine Eleanor b. 10 Jan. 1931
.2 Margaret Jean b. 27 Aug. 1938 Nash, Katherine Eleanor b. 10 Jan. 1931, md. 3 Spt. 1950 to
Robert Lorenze Barnes.

.1 Robert Kenneth b. 24 Jul. 1951
.2 William b. 18 Mar. 1955
.3 Margaret Alice b. 26 Mar. 1956
.4 Katherine Elizabeth b. 9 Nov. 1957
.5 Michael b. 7 May 1959 Barnes, Robert Kenneth b. 24 Jul. 1951, md. 17 Jun. 1972 to Kathy Griffin.

.1 Robert Dakota b. 17 Mar. 1974*
.2 Megan Rose b. 1 Jan. 1977*
.3 Randall Clarence b. 24 Jan. 1979* Barnes, William b. 18 Mar. 1955.* Barnes, Margaret Alice b. 26 Mar. 1956.* Barnes, Katherine Elizabeth b. 9 Nov. 1957.* Barnes, Michael b. 7 May 1959.* Nash, Margaret Jean b. 27 Aug. 1938, md. 22 Nov. 1958 to Donald Lee Galbreath.

.1 David b. 27 Aug. 1959*
.2 Edward b. 19 Apr. 1961*
.3 Charles b. 15 Nov. 1969* Nash, Emily b. 29 Dec. 1906, d. 17 Oct. 1973, md. to Claude Pollard.* Nash, Dolly b. 17 Spt. 1876, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 22 Spt. 1876.* Nash, Edna Mae b. 11 May 1878, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 20 May 1959, Watonga, Blaine Co., OK, bur. East Mt. Pleasant Cem., Watonga, OK, md. 17 Apr. 1895, Watonga to Peter H. Boll b. 30 Spt. 1865, Ripley Co., IN, d. 8 Jan. 1911, Watonga, bur. East Mt. Pleasant Cem., s/o Jacob & Mary Amelia (LaPage) Boll.

Ref:  Obituary.  Edna Mae Nash, daughter of  Asa M. Nash and Louise (Fitch) Nash, was born in Hendricks Co., IN, May 11, 1878, and passed from this life in the local Watonga hospital, May 20, 1959, at the age of 81 years.
          Edna Mae was baptized into Christ in the Disciples of Christ church at the age of 14 years. In spite of her long years of illness, she continued in the faith and was active in the Gleaners Class of her local church as long as health permitted.  She served as treasurer of the class for several years.
          The deceased moved with her parents to the Oklahoma Territory in 1892.  She was united in marriage to Peter H. Boll, April 17, 1895. To this union were born six children:  Miss Fanine Boll, Oklahoma City;  Mrs. Anna (Boll) Johnson, Tahlequah, OK;  Lorie K. Boll, Carlsbad, NM;  Mrs. Ruth (Boll) Artis, Brownsville, PA;  Mrs. Nettie Mae (Boll) Pascoe, Carlsbad, NM and  Mrs. Mary Ola (Boll) Hoffman, Carlsbad, NM.  All were her for the funeral.
          This union was broken by the death of  Peter H. Boll in January, 1911.  Mrs. Boll was united in marriage with Jonas Hartsell Geeslin, July 17, 1912.  This union brought two families together consisting of the aforementioned and Mr. Geeslinds four children;  Perry,  Ernest,  Mrs. Merle Uerkvitz and  Mrs. Edith Cotton. Of this union Perry preceded her in death.
          Besides this immediate family she leaves to mourn her passing a sister, Mrs. Stella Funk, Ft. Collins, CO; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren; a number of nieces and nephews; and many other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Geeslin have always been active in church, school and community activities.
          Funeral services were conducted in the First Christian Church, Watonga, OK, May 22, 1959, at 3:00 p.m., by Reverend H. Frank Paine, Pastor; assisted by Reverend H. D. Ragland; Keiler Funeral Home in charge. Burial in the Mt. Pleasant cemetery, Blaine County, OK. --

My Sister
by Mrs. Stella Funk

Oh how we will miss you here
Yes, I know we'll see your smiling face
When we enter the better land
You'll be waiting there to greet us.

In our home of that promised land
She now walks the Primrose path
By which the clear cool water flows
She has no pain or grief.

There's a smile on her face
As she sit's in that promised land
With God and all his loving grace
And there We'll find her waiting.

.1 Fannie b. 9 Mar. 1896
.2 Anna b. 9 Mar. 1896
.3 Lorie K. b. 30 Dec. 1897
.4 Ruth Elaine b. 11 Jul. 1899
.5 Nettie Mae b. 6 Aug. 1902
.6 Mary Ola b. 2 May 1908 Boll, Fannie b. 9 Mar. 1896, Watonga, Blaine Co., OK, d. 3 Jun. 1964, Oklahoma City, OK, bur. Watonga Cem., n.m.* Boll, Anna b. 9 Mar. 1896, Watonga, Blaine Co., OK, d. 1 Jun. 1982, Talequah, OK, bur. Watonga Cem., md. 4 Apr. 1944 to Robert Johnson, no issue.* Boll, Lorie K. b. 30 Dec. 1897, Watonga, Blaine Co., OK, d. 21 Aug. 1965, Carlsbad, NM, bur. Carlsbad, NM, m1 Watonga, OK to Viola Williams.

.1 dau. b.*
.2 dau. b.*

Lorie K. m2 Carlsbad, NM to Nancy Garrett.

.3 dau. b.* Boll, Ruth Elaine b. 11 Jul. 1899, Watonga, Blaine Co., OK, d. 12 Feb. 1978, East Millsboro, PA, md. 18 Apr. 1935, East Millsboro to Ralph Best Artis.

.1 dau. b.*
.2 dau. b.* Boll, Nettie Mae b. 6 Aug. 1902, Watonga, Blaine Co., OK, d. 30 Dec. 1990, Brownwood, TX, bur. Carlsbad, NM, md. to John Pascoe, no issue.* Boll, Mary Ola b. 2 May 1908, Watonga, Blaine Co., OK, d. 26 May 1992, Brownwood, Brown Co., TX, bur. Santa Anna Cem., TX, md. to Benjamin Hoffman b. 26 May 1905, Canton, Blaine Co., OK, d. 27 Spt. 1985, Brownwood, bur. Santa Anna Cem., TX, s/o Frederick & Catharina Elizabeth (Oblander) Hoffman 11.

.1 Mary Lou b. 4 Jan. 1928
.2 Benjamin Jr. b. 4 Aug. 1929
.3 Kenneth Earl b. 24 Jan. 1935
.4 Anna Mae b. 20 Jun. 1938 Hoffman, Mary Lou b. 4 Jan. 1928, Geary, Blaine Co., OK, md. 30 Jun. 1946, First Christian Church, Carlsbad, NM to Edward Vernon Huckaby b. 5 Oct. 1918, Centerville, Angelina Co., TX, s/o Henry Lafayette & Isadora Corine (Carter) Huckaby. Edward prev. md. to Leola L. Gremillion. Res. 1993, 449 Elkins Lake, Huntsville, TX 77340; 409-291-0966.

.1 Sharon Lee (adp't) b. 18 Aug. 1950
.2 Edward Earl b. 11 Nov. 1951
.3 Gayle Ann b. 16 Oct. 1959
.4 Ted Vernon (adp't) b. 6 Apr. 1972 Huckaby, Sharon Lee b. 18 Aug. 1950, Hamberg, Germany, md., later div., one son.* Huckaby, Edward Earl b. 11 Nov. 1951, Regensberg, Germany, md. 19 Aug. 1972, St. Lukes Episcopal Church, San Antonio, TX to Nancy Helen Boehm.

.1 dau. b.*
.2 dau. b.*
.3 dau. b.* Huckaby, Gayle Ann b. 16 Oct. 1959, Army Hospital, Ft. Hood, Killeen, TX, md. 28 Jun. 1980, Central Christian Church, San Antonio, TX to Randall Thomas Mueller.

.1 son (twin) b.*
.2 son (twin) b.*
.3 dau. b.* Huckaby, Ted Vernon (adp't) b. 6 Apr. 1972, Methodist Hospital, San Antonio, TX.* Hoffman, Benjamin Jr. b. 4 Aug. 1929, Geary, Blaine Co., OK, d. 4 Aug. 1929, Geary, bur. Watonga Cem., Blaine Co., OK.* Hoffman, Kenneth Earl b. 24 Jan. 1935, Calumet, Canadian Co., OK, md. 5 Jul. 1959, First Christian Church, Carlsbad, NM to Barbee Starnes.

.1 dau. b.*
.2 dau. b.*
.3 dau. b.* Hoffman, Anna Mae b. 20 Jun. 1936, Oklahoma City, OK, md. 22 Jun. 1956, Carlsbad, NM to Daniel Boyd Richardson, later div.

.1 son b.*
.2 son b.*
.3 dau. b.*
.4 dau. b.* Nash, Stella Marie b. 13 Spt. 1883, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 29 Mar. 1967, Ft. Collins, CO, md. to John Funk.* Nash, Andrew W. b. 21 Feb. 1842, Hendricks Co., IN, md. to Sarah Landers b. ca 1845, Hendricks Co., IN. Res., St. Joseph, MO.

.1 Walter b. ca 1867
.2 George b. ca 1869
.3 Annie b. ca 1871 Nash, Walter b. ca 1867, Hendricks Co., IN, n.m.

Ref:  St. Joseph, MO, News-Press, Tuesday, 19 Jan. 1985, pg. 5A --
          Walter Nash, long active in I.O.O.F. Circles, dies at 94 -- Walter Nash, 94, who retired in 1936 as a clerk at Brown Transfer Co., died early this morning at the St. Joseph Convalescent Center, where he had been a patient five days. He had never married. His home address for the past 65 years was at 1824 Sacramento street.
          Mr. Nash, a native of Fontana, KS, and the son of the late Andrew W. and Sarah A. (Landis) Nash, had lived here since he was 13 years old. Many years ago, during the pastorate of the Rev. Mr. Lawless, he became a member of Patee Park Baptist Church.
          In April of 1963, a feature story appeared in the News-Press about Mr. Nash's being a member of King Hill Odd Fellows Lodge No. 19 for 70 years. The previous week he had been presented with a veteran's jewel in honor of those years.
          During the years he held every appointive office in the lodge, and in 1897 served as Noble Grand. He later became recording secretary, a post he held for 60 years.
          Mr. Nash, for many years served as returning judge in his precinct, and had planned on reporting for duty at the polls today. However, a week ago last Friday he suffered a fall while walking to mail some letters. Through X-rays were taken the next day his injuries were not thought to be serious.
          Survivors include one brother, George Nash, Canoga Park, CA, and two sisters with whom he lived, Miss Anna Nash, and Mrs. Lora Feeley, and several nieces and nephews.
          Miss Nash retired about seven years ago from the American National Bank where she had worked for many years as a secretary in the trust department.
          The body is at the Meierhoffer-Fleeman mortuary pending service arrangements. -- Nash, George b. ca 1869, Hendricks Co., IN. Res. 1985, Canoga Park, CA.* Nash, Anna b. ca 1871, Hendricks Co., IN. Res. 1985, St. Joseph, MO.* Nash, Hannah S. b. 18 Jul. 1844, Hendricks Co., IN, d. infancy.* Nash, Lydia A. b. 20 Jun. 1846, Hendricks Co., IN, m1 to Mr. Baughan d.

Lydia A. m2 to Mr. Jacks d. Res. St. Joseph, MO.* Nash, George Allen b. 1 Feb. 1850, Hendricks Co., IN, md. to Mary

Ref:  (Picture) George Allen Nash, M. D., of Maryville, is one of the leading surgeons in Missouri; one of the founders and the surgeon of St. Joseph's hospital, of the same city, is a member of the Missouri State Medical Society, the Missouri Valley Medical Society of Northwest Missouri and the International Railway Surgeons' Association.
          Dr. Nash was born in Hendricks Co., IN, February 1, 1850, a son of George Brown & Elizabeth (Daniel) Brown. George Brown Nash was born in Kentucky, in 1809, a son of Thomas and Hannah (Brown) Nash. His mother was a daughter of George and Mary (Ball) Brown. Mary Ball was a daughter of William Ball, who left an estate in Philadelphia, a legal contest for the possession of which has been in progress for years. {It is true a legal contest developed as a result of the estate of William Ball but there is no proof that Mary Ball was a daughter of said William Ball. In addition it is my belief that George & Margaret (Conrad) Brown were the parents of Hannah Brown, wife of Thomas Nash. PRO}
          George Brown took part in the Blackhawk war, in 1832, and was married March 3, the following year. In 1858 he emigrated from Indiana to Missouri with his family, and settled on a farm in DeKalb county. The pending outbreak of the Civil war and the succession sentiment which dominated DeKalb county influenced him, in 1860, to abandon his farm and move back east as far as Prairie City, Illinois, where the future physician spent the remaining years of his boyhood, and where George Brown Nash died in 1864. Elizabeth (Daniel) Nash survived until November 1, 1897. Their children were: Alfred T., born in 1833, who lives in Fountain County, Indiana; Sarah L., the wife of Benjamin H. Cord, who was born August 25, 1835, and died July 16. 1894. leaving children (Mrs. James Pendleton, Willis Cord, Minnie M., L. H. and Oma S. Cord); Elizabeth E. Nash, boarn in 1837, who married Alexander H. Betts, and lives at Maryville, Missouri; Asa M. Nash, born in 1839, who lives at Watonga, Indian Territory; Andrew W. Nash, born in 1842, who lives in St. Joseph, Missouri; Lydia Nash, born in 1846, who is Mrs. Jacks, of St. Joseph, Missouri; and Simeon E. Nash, who lives in St. Joseph.--
Ref:  Nodaway County, MO History, 1910, Vol. 1, pg. 448, 449 (picture) -- Nash, Simeon E. b. 14 May 1853, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 1 Feb. 1922, md. to Mahala Hock. Res., St. Joseph, MO.*

1.1.2 Nash, Richard E. b. ca 1810, d. prior 1852 at Father's death, m1, 7 Nov. 1834, Hendricks Co., IN to Frances Smith (HCMR). The children were reported as living in Hendricks Co., IN. Richard m2 to Margaret Moffitt.

Not sure of the Mother of the following children.

.1 George W. b.
.2 Parthenia Ann b.
.3 Mahala J. b.
.4 Isaac Newton b.
.5 Martha H. b.
.6 Richard T. b. Nash, George W. b., md. 4 Mar. 1858, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 5, pg. 225) to Mary J. Clark.* Nash, Parthenia Ann b., md. 18 Mar. 1859, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 5, pg. 318) to John T. Burns.* Nash, Mahala J. b., md. 10 Mar. 1859, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 5, pg. 315) to William Dewiddie.* Nash, Isaac Newton b.* Nash, Martha H. b., md. 1 Feb. 1864, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 6, pg. 253) to Charles Ridgeway.* Nash, Richard T. b.*

1.1.3 Nash, Isaac C. b. 27 Mar. 1812, Madison Co., OH, d. 25 Spt. 1887, m1 28 Jan. 1841, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 2, pg. 110) to Celicia Wilson b. 1 Mar. 1817, VA, d. 24 Dec. 1860, d/o William & Nancy (Mitchell) Wilson of Bedford Co., VA. Res. 1852, IN. Res. 1895, Brownsburgh, IN.

.1 John b. ca 1835
.2 William Jasper b. ca 1837
.3 Thomas J. b. ca 1839
.4 Edward F. b. ca 1841
.5 Alvertis b. ca 1843
.6 George A. b. ca 1845
.7 Mary E. b. ca 1847
.8 Clarinda b. ca 1849
.9 Celicia b. ca 1851
.10 George A. b. ca 1853

Isaac C. m2, 18 Apr. 1864, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 6, pg. 278) to Eliza Jane Faucett, d/o Joseph & Rebecca (???) Faucett. Nash, John b. ca 1835, IN.* Nash, William Jasper b. 9 Jun. 1849, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 28 Feb. 1940, Hendricks Co., IN (HCDR BK 56, pg. 36), md. 2 Nov. 1870, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 7, pg. 305) to Elizabeth McCray b. 6 Nov. 1853, Hendricks Co., IN, d. ca 1944.

.1 Clarinda Rebecca b.
.2 Sallie C. J. b.
.3 Olney I. b. 19 May 1875 Nash, Clarinda Rebecca b., md. to Mr. Everett.* Nash, Sallie C. J. b., md. to Mr. Smith.

.1 Lester E. b.* Nash, Olney I. b. 19 May 1875, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 22 Aug. 1936, md. to Emma Smith b. 4 Apr. 1881, Boone Co., IN, d. 27 Jun. 1957, d/o Dudley & Mary Ellen (Sullivan) Smith of Boone Co., IN.

.1 Carl b. 17 Apr. 1903
.2 Clifford b.
.3 Mary Elizabeth b. Nash, Carl b. 17 Apr. 1903, Boone Co., IN, md. 12 May 1926 to Mildred Campbell b. 13 Mar. 1904, Marion Co., IN, d/o George Guy & Ella (Menefee) Campbell.

Ref: The History of Hendricks County, IN, 1914-1976, edited by John R. McDowell, Published by The Hendricks County Historical Society, Danville,
IN, Oct. 1976, pg. 455 -- Carl F. Nash Family --
[This article was not included, in observance of the copyright laws. Please contact Mr. Orr for the details. pmf]
(The biography of William was included in the 1914 History of Hendricks County.)

.1 Joy b.
.2 James b. Nash, Joy b., md. to Richard Groover, Judge. Res. Danville, IL.

.1 Douglas b.*
.2 Laura b.* Nash, James md. to Julianna Vandervloed. Res. New York City, NY.

.1 Neil b.*
.2 Julianna b.* Nash, Clifford d. ca 1969.* Nash, Mary Elizabeth d. ca 1972, md. to Mr. Ennis.

.1 Marion Atlee b.* Nash, Thomas J. b. 22 Dec. 1851, IN, d. 6 Aug. 1928, Hendricks
Co., IN (HCDR Bk 52, pg. 68).

.1 Harvey b.
.2 Lilly Ethel b.
.3 Leroy b.
.4 Mable b. I have an error Nash, Harvey b.* Nash, Lilly Ethel b., md. 25 Oct. 1905, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 13, pg. 148) to John T. Hufford.

.1 Floyd B. b.*
.2 Infant b.* Nash, LeRoy b., md. 23 Dec. 1911, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk Bk 14, pg. 20) to Frances Ellen White.* Nash, Mable b.* Nash, Edward F. b. 24 Dec. 1852, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 23 Mar. 1931, md. 18 Feb. 1880, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 9, pg. 113) to Sarah Catherine Garner b. 30 Aug. 1858, d. 27 Mar. 1896, d/o Harrison B. & Frances (Lowder) Garner.

.1 Effie Mae b. 13 Oct. 1885 Nash, Effie Mae b. 13 Oct. 1885, d. 19 Spt. 1970, md. 24 Spt. 1905, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 13, pg. 135) to Thomas Loyd Burns b. 6 Jun. 1885, d. 1 Aug. 1945.

.1 Edward b. 11 Aug. 1916
.2 Laurel b.
.3 Lewis b.
.4 Leroy b.
.5 Norman V. b.
.6 Glenn b.
.7 Catherine b.
.8 Raymond b.
.9 Regina b.
.10 William b.
.11 Edward Myron b. Burns, Edward b. 11 Aug. 1916, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, Bethesda Baptist Church, Furniture Making Hobbist, md. 4 Jun. 1938, Boone Co., IN to Wilma F. Johnson b. 9 Dec. 1921, Boone Co., IN, d/o Roy H. & Wanda (Wynkoop) Johnson.

Ref:  The History of Hendricks County, IN, 1914 - 1976, edited by John R. McDowell, published by The Hendricks County Historical Society, Danville, Indiana, Oct. 1976, pg. 216. -- Edward M. Burns Family --
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.1 James M. b. 26 Jan. 1939
.2 Judith b. 12 Dec. 1939
.3 Robert J. b. 19 Mar. 1941
.4 Bruce K. b. 7 Nov. 1942 Burns, James M. b. 26 Jan. 1939, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, md. to Nancy Reid. Res. Hendricks Co., IN.

.1 Sheila b.*
.2 David b.* Burns, Judith b. 12 Dec. 1939, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, md. to Lloyd Jackson, Dentist. Res. Bloomfield, IN.

.1 Kathy b.*
.2 Jennifer b.*
.3 Diane b.*
.4 Charles b.*
.5 Edward b.* Burns, Robert J. b. 19 Mar. 1941, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, md. to Betty Kelly. Res. Hendricks Co., IN.

.1 Janean b.*
.2 Kenneth b.*
.3 Steven b.* Burns, Bruce K. b. 7 Nov. 1942, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, md. to Jean Ann McGinley. Res. Hendricks Co., IN.

.1 Brian b.* Burns, Laurel b. Res. Hendricks Co., IN.* Burns, Lewis b. Res. Hendricks Co., IN.* Burns, Leroy b. Res. Hendricks Co., IN.* Burns, Norman b. Res. Hendricks Co., IN.* Burns, Glen A. b. 11 May 1914, md. to Margaret M. Herdrich b. 6 Dec. 1918. Res. Hendricks Co., IN.

.1 Curtis I. b. 2 Spt. 1946
.2 Glenda b. 13 Oct. 1947 Burns, Curtis I. b. 2 Spt. 1946, Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN, md. 12 Jul. 1969 to Vicki Bartlett b. 2 Spt. 1946, d/o Herbert & Virginia (Siefker) Bartlett.

Ref:  The History of Hendricks County, Indiana, 1914 - 1976, edited by
John R. McDowell, Oct. 1976, pg. 216 -- Curtis I. Burns Family --
[This article was not included, in observance of the copyright laws.  Please contact Mr. Orr for the details. pmf]

.1 Casey b. 12 Jul. 1973*
.2 Andre b. 13 Dec. 1974* Burns, Glenda b. 13 Oct. 1947.* Burns, Catherine b. Res. Martinsville. IN.* Burns, Raymond b. Res. Hendricks Co., IN.* Burns, Regina b. Res. Speedway, IN.* Burns, William b. Res. Hendricks Co., IN.* Burns, Edward Myron b.* Nash, Alvertis b. ca 1843, IN.* Nash, George b. ca 1845, IN.* Nash, Mary b. ca 1847, IN, md. 6 Oct. 1861, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 6, pg. 84) to Avery Penoch.* Nash, Clarinda b. ca 1849, IN, md. 29 Spt. 1864, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR 6, pg. 304) to Samuel McDaniel.* Nash, Celiria b. ca 1851, IN.* Nash, George A. b. Jul 1858, IN, d. Mar. 1938, md. 27 Nov. 1881, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 9, pg. 269) to Amanda M. Herring b. 27 Jan. 1859, d. 13 May 1923.

.1 Omer D. b. 18 Oct. 1882
.2 Oscar Azariah b. 27 Mar. 1884
.3 Russell b. 8 Dec. 1892 Nash, Omer D. b. 18 Oct. 1882, d. unknown, md. 11 Apr. 1906, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 13, pg. 181) to Grace N. Hughes.* Nash, Oscar Azariah b. 27 Mar. 1884, Hendricks Co., IN, d. 31 Mar. 1920, md. 26 Aug. 1906, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 13, pg. 203) to Lulu Dale Eaton b. 20 Nov. 1886, Boone Co., IN, d. 5 Jul. 1967.

.1 Gerald Isaac b. 7 Spt. 1909
.2 Rowena Mable b. 13 May 1911
.3 Ralph Kenneth b. 25 Oct. 1912 Nash, Gerald Isaac b. 7 Spt. 1909, d. 21 Jul. 1910.* Nash, Rowena Mable b. 13 May 1911, md. to Mr. Wiseman.* Nash, Ralph Kenneth b. 25 Oct. 1912, Insurance Sales, World
War 11, Christian Church, A. B. degree from Indiana University, md. 10 May 1941, Hattiesburg, MS to Lottie Mae Pearson b. 22 Nov. 1918, Hendricks Co., IN, Key Punch Operator, d/o Harry Wayne & Mary Elizabeth (Hiland) Pearson. Res. 214 East Main Street, Brownsburg, IN.

Ref:  The History of Hendricks County, IN, 1914-1976, edited by John R. McDowell, published by The Hendricks County Historical Society, Danville, IN, Oct. 1976, pg 455 --
[This article was not included, in observance of the copyright laws. Please contact Mr. Orr for the details. pmf]

Lulu Dale Eaton Nash died on 5 July 1967.

.1 Lynn Morris b. 30 Nov. 1941
.2 Rowena Kay b. 9 Nov. 1946 Nash, Lynn Morris b. 30 Nov. 1941, 30 Nov. 1941, md. 6 Oct. 1972 to Connie Sue McDonald Triplett b. 15 Jun. 1942. Nash, Rowena Kay b. 9 Nov. 1946, md. 6 Apr. 1968 to Jack Harrison b. 10 Jan. 1941.

.1 Richard Kenneth b. 26 Oct. 1968*
.2 Tracy Deeann b. 5 Aug. 1971* Nash, Russell b. 8 Dec. 1892, d. 3 Aug. 1911.

1.1.4 Nash, Margaret Conrad b. ca 1814, d. ca 1896, Saline Co., MO., md. ca 1832 to Phillip Wellborn b. ca 1809, d. 1877. Res. 1852, Lafayette Co., MO.

Ref: Margaret was one of the first lot owners in Brownsburg, Hendricks Co., IN.*

.1 Rebecca Ann b. ca 1834 Wellborn, Rebecca Ann b. ca 1834, d. ca 1876, Saline Co., MO., md. ca 1852 to Samuel Harrison Kennedy, b. ca 1831, d. ca 1911.

.1 Ann Nash b.
.2 Emma Maude b. Kennedy, Ann Nash, b. Napton, Mo., md. to Robert Walker Stouffer, Physician. * Kennedy, Emma Maude b. ca 1854, Lexington, MO, md. 1873 to Thomas Estus Crutcher. *

1.1.5 Nash, Elisabeth md. 10 Jan. 1839, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR BK 2, pg. 43) to Levi Hurford. Res. 1852, Putnam Co., MO. *

1.1.6 Nash, Daniel S. b. ca 1819, d. ca 1933, md. 15 Mar. 1842, Hendricks Co., IN (HCMR Bk 2, pg. 149) to Susannah Malone. Res. Putnam Co., MO, Res. 1895, McMinnville, OR.*

1.1.7 Nash, Jeremiah b. 27 May 1825 (twin), d. 8 May 1884. Res. 1852, Putnam Co., IN, 3 sons, 1 dau.

.1 A. M. b.
.2 son b.
.3 son b.
.4 day b. Nash, A. M. living at Box 145, Ingersoll, OK on 27 Apr. 1928, last of his family of 3 sons and one daughter.*

1.1.8 Nash, Jesse b. 27 May 1825. Not listed in Father's will.*

1.1.9 Nash, Sarah Ann b. ca 1827, IN, md. to Mr. Wolf. Res. 1852, Putnam Co., MO.*

1.1.10 Nash, Mary Susan "Polly" b. ca 1829, IN, md. Mr. Hazelit. Res. 1852, Lafayette Co., MO, 4 girls, 2 boys.*

Submitted by Janet Franklin, 17 Nov 2000

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