William C Hartwick1

M, #9541, b. 14 November 1963, d. 26 March 1995
Last Edited9 Jun 2017
     William was born on 14 November 1963 in Barry's Bay, Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada.2,1 He died on 26 March 1995 in Ottawa Civic Hospital, Ottawa, Carleton County, Ontario, Canada, at age 31.3,4 He was buried on 28 March 1995 in Letterkenny E.U.B. Cemetery, Letterkenny, Brudenell, Lyndoch & Raglan Twp., Renfrew County, Ontario, Canada.3,4
     The funeral service of William C Hartwick was held 28 March 1995.5,3
     

The following biographical fact was included, 2000:
William was hospitalized after a logging accident on March the 6th, 1995.6

Citations

  1. [S570] Canadian Gravemarker Gallery , Canadian Gravemarker Gallery (See Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project), Search page for Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project; "After July 31, 2017, links will be broken. Search Canada GenWEB since content is being indexed and moved to this site. I will replace links as time permits"; cited as "Canadian Gravemarker Gallery., William C. (Billy)Hartwick
    Transcription:
    HARTWICK
    William C. (Billy) Nov 14, 1963 - Mar 26, 1995
    Son of Willard and Jean.
  2. [S454] Hans Van Beerschoten, online www.ancestry.com, Hans Van Beerschoten (unknown location), He gives the date of birth as Nov 14, 1964.
  3. [S454] Hans Van Beerschoten.
  4. [S570] "Canadian Gravemarker Gallery", online Search page for Canada Gen Web's Cemetery Project: William C. Hartwick
    Transcription:
    HARTWICK
    William C (Billy) Nov 14, 1963 - Mar 26, 1995 Son of Willard and Jean.
  5. [S100] GenCom Genealogical Services, online obsolete URL, From Ray Burant's GenCom Genealogical Services web pages:
    This Week, 4 APR 1995; Obit Upon Death.Two Nephews Jason & Collen. Hereinafter cited as GenCom Genealogical Services.
  6. [S454] Hans Van Beerschoten, Pall-bearers were Trevor Liedtke, Brian Jessup, Doug Jessup, Gary Quade, Ronnie Hartwick and Kevin Quade. (Eganville Leader)

    William was hospitalized after a logging accident on March the 6th, 1995.

Issac Langdale Evans1,2,3

M, #9543, b. 12 June 1849, d. 7 October 1850
Father*Hugh Evans4,5,6 b. c 1816, d. 16 Aug 1850
Mother*Anna Smith4,5,6 b. 18 Jan 1825, d. 15 Jul 1874
Relationship1st cousin 2 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited9 Nov 2016
     Issac was born on 12 June 1849 in Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.4,7,6 He died on 7 October 1850 in Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, at age 1.4,7 He was buried in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.8

Census Data

     Isaac appeared on the 1850 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of his parents, Hugh Evans and Ann Evans.6

Citations

  1. [S76] Merrie Rue Smith, "Merrie Rue Smith email," e-mail message from unknown author e-mail (Garland, TX) to Rick Moffat, Isaac Langdale EVANS b. June 12, 1849 in Miller Twp., Dearborn Co., IN d. October 7, 1850 in Miller Twp., Dearborn Co., IN and was buried at Dearborn Co., IN; RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project John Harrison Jackson, Sr. Hereinafter cited as "Merrie Rue Smith email."
  2. [S485] Family Search Pedigree Resource File -- 1283800-0421101185315 , Rick Moffat Personal Digital Files, unknown url; "This database is of questionable value. If no other sources are given for an event or relationship, consider it unreliable and subject to further research for verification"; cited as "Family Search Pedigree Resource File., FamilySearch Internet - Search -- Isaac L Evans.mht; Isaac Langdale Evans Compact Disc #28 Pin #459116.
  3. [S1173] Patricia Maddox, "Patricia Madox - Email," e-mail message from unknown author e-mail (unknown address) to Rick Moffat, various dates.
  4. [S76] Merrie Rue Smith, "Merrie Rue Smith email," e-mail to Rick Moffat, RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project John Harrison Jackson, Sr.
  5. [S485] "Family Search Pedigree Resource File", online unknown url: Compact Disc #28 Pin #459116.
  6. [S1975] Hugh Evans household, Sept 18, 1850 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 301, Ancestry.com Roll: M432_141; Image: 173.
  7. [S485] "Family Search Pedigree Resource File", online unknown url: Isaac Langdale Evans Compact Disc #28 Pin #459116.
  8. [S76] Merrie Rue Smith, "Merrie Rue Smith email," e-mail to Rick Moffat, Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site Genealogy Report Descendants of Ezekiel J_ Jackson, Sr -- Ezekiel J Jackson Jr.mht.

Jane Ann Ritchie1,2,3

F, #9544, b. 21 July 1903, d. 30 October 1987
Father*Gaven John Ritchie4 b. 14 Feb 1868, d. b 29 Sep 1947
Mother*Margaret Maude Shillington5 b. 4 Apr 1878
Last Edited18 Dec 2017
     Jane was born on 21 July 1903 in Carberry, Kildonan, Manitoba, Canada, Manitoba Birth Registration 1903-002438.4,6,5 Jane married William Frederick Ristau on 7 November 1922 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.4 She died on 30 October 1987 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, at age 84.3
     Her name was also recorded as Jean Peter Smith records William's wife's name as Jean.7 She also went by the name of Jennie.4,1
     From the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix of June 28, 1950, page 4, column 7:
I See--
"Whoever did it should know that I think it was pretty low," Mrs. William Risteau, 923 Sixth Street, telephoned the Star-Phoenix Tuesday afternoon. She explained that someone had clipped six peonies -- all that were there -- from the grave of her brother, Elmer John Ritchie, in Woodlawn cemetery.8
     In the obituary of William Frederick Risteau who died 15 September 1951, William's wife, Jane Anne Risteau was listed as a survivor.9,10

Family

William Frederick Ristau b. 24 Oct 1895, d. 15 Sep 1951
Marriage*Jane married William Frederick Ristau on 7 November 1922 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S131] Letter from Loris nee Summach Smith (Delisle, SK) to Rick Moffat, Nov. 13, 1999; Rick Moffat Personal Files (Mesa, Arizona, USA), William Ristau (Ron, Bazil, Bill & Shirley) -- Dad __ he was my Mom's brother -- married to Jennie Ritchie....
  2. [S1399] User Home Page Book: Shillington Family Tree , Genealogy.com (formerly Family Tree Maker) User Trees, My Genealogy Home Page by Ned Shillington; "Consider this source as unreliable unless supported by other sources"; cited as "FTM Shillington Family Tree., http://www.shillington.org/fam-rep-408-451.html
  3. [S2656] Yeadon Family Ancestry by Yeadon, Alan James Welsford, online Yeadon Family Ancestry, Ritchie, Jane Ann. Hereinafter cited as Yeadon Family Ancestry.
  4. [S1233] Delisle Women's Institute, compiler, Through the Years… Delisle, Donavon, Gledhow & O'Malley, Laura and Swanson (Delisle, Saskatchewan, Canada: Delisle Women's Institute, about 1972), Page 135; The William Ristau Family. Hereinafter cited as Through The Years.
  5. [S1399] "FTM Shillington Family Tree", online My Genealogy Home Page by Ned Shillington.
  6. [S868] Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency, Manitoba Vital Statistics (Winnipeg, MB: Vital Statistics Agency), Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency - Genealogy Search page, DETAILED BIRTH INFORMATION
    REGISTRATION NUMBER: 1903-002438
    CHILD'S DETAILS Last Name: RITCHIE
    Given Names: JANE ANN
    Sex: F Date of Birth: 07/21/1903
    Place of Birth: KILDONAN
    Parents Married: Y Mother's Marital Status: MARRIED
    MOTHER'S DETAILS Maiden Last Name: RITCHIE Given Names: GAVEN JOHN (sic). Hereinafter cited as Manitoba Vital Statistics.
  7. [S37] Peter C Smith, online GED file received by email, Peter C Smith (Ontario), downloaded Dec 1998.
  8. [S3209] I See --, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, June 28, 1950, Page 4, column 7 viewed at Google News Archive,. Hereinafter cited as StarPhoenix.
  9. [S2936] Risteau, William F, Sasktoon Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, SK, Sep 15, 1951, Page 120 viewed at Newspapers.com,, Obituary: William F. Risteau. Hereinafter cited as Star-Phoenix.
  10. [S3207] Veteran of Two Wars Succumbs, Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, Sept 15, 1951, Page 3, column 5 viewed at Google News Archive,, Veteran of Two Wars Succumbs. Hereinafter cited as StarPhoenix.
  11. [S295] Social Security Applications and Claims Index, U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 (United States: Social Security Administration), Name: William Earl Risteau
    [William Ristau]. Hereinafter cited as U.S. Social Security Applications.

James Robinson1

M, #9547
Father*James Robinson1
Mother*Mary Patchett1 b. 10 Feb 1708/9
Relationship1st cousin 6 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited6 Feb 2008
     James Robinson witnessed the will of Christopher Patchett circa 1760.2,3

Citations

  1. [S207] Pauline Webb, "Pauline (Patchett) Webb," e-mail message from email address withheld for privacy (New Zealand) to Rick Moffat, In will of Christopher Patchett 1760, he mentions sons & nephew James Robinson & niece Mary Ullyet; Email Apr. 12, 2002. Hereinafter cited as "Pauline (Patchett) Webb."
  2. [S504] Ellen Shelly, "Peter per Ellen Shelly," e-mail message from email address withheld for privacy (England) to Rick Moffat, Christopher's will.. Hereinafter cited as "Peter per Ellen Shelly."
  3. [S207] Pauline Webb, "Pauline (Patchett) Webb," e-mail to Rick Moffat, Email Apr. 12, 2002.

John Harrison Jackson1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

M, #9550, b. 15 May 1854, d. 21 March 1929
Father*Reuben Christopher Jackson2,4,10,9 b. 28 Feb 1810, d. 15 Nov 1887
Mother*Isabelle Langdale2,4,10,9 b. 21 Apr 1816, d. 4 Jun 1883
Relationship1st cousin 3 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited10 Nov 2018
     John was born on 15 May 1854 in Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.2,4,11,12,13,6,8,7,10,9,14 John married Mary Ellen Smith on 18 December 1878 in Guilford, York Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.2,4,12,15,16,14 He died on 21 March 1929 in Salt Fork Road, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA, at age 74.2,4,17,18,13,12,14
     The following information is extracted from his obituary. Survivor(s): Clyde Jackson, Floyd Jackson and Ruth Smith. Predeceased: Reuben C Jackson, Isabel Langdale, Thomas Jackson, Ralph Jackson, Mary James, Nancy Roe and Mary (sic) Miller.14 John Harrison Jackson was buried on 23 March 1929 in Greendale Cemetery, Greendale, Lawrenceburg Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.12
     John Harrison Jackson was referenced, but not by name, in the obituary of Reuben Christopher Jackson who died 15 November 1887.19 John Harrison Jackson was a survivor of his wife Mary who died in 1902.2,4,18,20,14

The following biographical information appeared in the book Memoirs of the Lower Ohio Valley published in Madison, Wisconsin, 1905:
JOHN H. JACKSON, a well-known farmer of Dearborn county, Ind., is a native of that county and was born May 15, 1854, his parents being Reuben C. and Isabelle Jackson, old and honored residents of the county. The paternal grandfather came to Indiana during the territorial days, cleared a farm and lived here all his subsequent life. He met his death by drowning in Tanner's creek. John H., who bears his grandfather's name, is the tenth of a family of thirteen children born to his parents. He received a common school education and after leaving school married and took charge of the home farm, which he now owns. It is a farm of two hundred acres of fine land and he carries on a successful business as a general farmer. His mother, whose maiden name was Isabelle Langdale, was a native of England but came with her parents to the United States when she was twelve years of age. Mr. Jackson is a solid Republican though not altogether a politician. He is a member of the Bright Lodge, Woodmen of the World. He was married in 1887 (sic) to Miss Mary E. Smith, a daughter of Jacob and Ann Smith, of Dearborn county, where her father is a successful farmer. To Mr. and Mrs. Jackson there were born two children, Clyde A. and Floyd S., both well educated and both living at home, though. Clyde is married. His wife keeps house for the family since the death of Mrs. Jackson, which occurred on August 29, 1902. Mr. Jackson is a man who enjoys the respect and esteem of his neighbors and has the confidence of all who know him as a man of unimpeachable integrity.11
John Harrison Jackson was listed as a survivor in the obituary of Thomas Langdale Jackson who died 1 June 1925.4
     The following obituary appeared in the weekly newspaper, The Dearborn County Register published in Lawrenceburg, Indiana 28 March 1929 :
John H. Jackson Answers Last Call
John H. Jackson, one of Miller township's best known and highly respected residents, passed away at his home on Salt Fork, Thursday, March 21, after an illness of some weeks, at the age of 74 years.10 months and 6 days.

A number of weeks ago, Mr. Jackson came to Lawrenceburg with his son, Floyd, and contracted a slight cold. Following this bronchial trouble developed and then pneumonia. This weakened him greatly and at his advanced age was unable to regain his strength.

Mr. Jackson was the son of Reuben C. and Isabel (Langdale) Jackson. He was born in Miller township at the old Jackson homestead May 15, 1854 where he lived his entire life.

December 18, 1878, he was married to Miss Mary E. Smith of near Guilford. To this union were born two sons, Clyde of Harrison, O, and Floyd, who lives on the old homestead on Salt Fork.

Following his marriage he brought his bride to the old home place, made dear to him by childhood memories, and after her death on August 28, 1902, he continued here where the joys and sorrows of life had made this home a very sacred place to him and in his declining years he still continued to live here with his son, Floyd, until death called him to his home above. Mr. Jackson followed farming all of his life and was very successful at his chosen work, His farm of two hundred acres was well kept and well tended. He served as trustee of Miller township for six years and was a very capable and efficient official. He was a man of integrity and honesty and had the respect of all who knew him.

Mr. Jackson was a member of the Presbyterian church at Bright and also a member of the Bright Lodge Modern Woodmen of America.

Surviving him are his two sons, one sister, Mrs. Ruth Smith, of Sheldon, Ill., and eight grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. Two brothers, Thomas Jackson of La Habra, Calif., Ralph Jackson of Flora, Ill., and three sister, Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. Nancy Roe and Mrs. Mary James have preceded their brother in death.

Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock with services at the Homestead church, Rev. Carl Higgs of Bright assisted by Rev. Minter of Homestead officiating. Burial at Greendale cemetery.

Cards of Thanks
We desire to extend our sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors, for kindness and sympathy extended us during the illness and after the death of our dearly beloved father, John H. Jackson. Especially do we wish to thank the ministers, the undertaker, the pallbearers, the donors of the flowers and the singers.
The Family.14




The following biographical information appeared in the LDS Ancestral File Genealogy of the John Jackson Family ( AFN: 1J6J-705), 1975:
Later in life, John Jackson was Trustee of Miller Township for six years.

Reuben Christophy Jackson (1810-1887), father to John H., lived with them for 9 years when he died and was buried with his wife and family on Georgtown Ridge, Dearborn Co., IN.4
John Harrison Jacksonwas referenced in the biographical information that appeared about Nora Elizabeth Bonham in 1975 in Early Acquaintances with the Jackson Relatives by Nora Bonham Jackson, quoted by Merrie Rue Smith:
Among the first unexpected guests of my early home life on the Jackson Hill was an urgent call from Elizabethtown, Hamilton Co., OH. "Come over and get us." This was my first meeting with Bertha Belle Miller Guard (b.1869), Eva Mae Miller DeHart (b.1874), and Lou Ella Miller Irvin (b.1879) and their children. Ruth Alma Guard (b.1898) was a very pretty young teenager, too fat to run; then the two Irvin girls: Dorthy Bell (b.1903), perhaps also a little too plump, a blond; and her sister, Gladys (b.1899), an exceedingly lovely vivacious brunette; then the son Lowell M. (b.1899) of Eva and Allen DeHart (b.1870), a young slender lad. He and Gladys led in the race and these lively youngsters romped and played around and around the big house which today we know as the "House on the Hill."

The fun began because there were too many for the spring wagon. The young man of the house met the situation by hitching the farm team to the hay wagon with a generous supply of hay to make it comfortable.

Floyd Stanley Jackson (b.1881) started to E-Town in high glee to pick up his beloved cousins, the children of Father Jackson’s (John Harrison Jackson b. 1854) oldest sister, Margaret E. Jackson Miller (1843-1882). This was the first and only time I ever saw Bertha Miller Guard as she died early in her married life, as did her sister, Goldie Miller Sanders (1871-1903), mother of Vena Sanders Brown. How did I get onto this gloomy side of the picture? For this was indeed a happy party.

It did not take a nice car or a fine home to have fun. I don’t know what I cooked, but I remember I did freeze ice cream and had the big table set; a little black cook stove, a big wooden box for a table or a large cabinet a very large one; I expect 4 X 6 with an oil cloth on top and I had to almost crawl inside to reach things to cook in, a curtain tacked across the front and the floors were covered with rag carpets.

Another of my very early getting acquainted with my new relatives was in the fall of 1908 - the evening Mabel Grubbs and John Liddle were to be married. Mabel was very very dear to me. She was like a doll; the little sister of my very dearest school mate and seat mate and I had been in their home so much during our school days. Then in 1899, when Stella Grubbs was eighteen years old, “Angie” the lovely mother, was taken by death.

Word had come that Aunt Mary Isabell Jackson James (b.1851) and Uncle Charlie W. James from Jacksonville, Morgan Co., IL. were coming to visit us on the noon train. I was very upset. I wanted so much to go to Mabel’s "Chivalry." Father, John Harrison Jackson, came home with empty seats, his sister and husband were not on the train; I was hilariously happy. There was another train at the Lawrenceburg Junction at 4 o’clock and Father had gone to meet that. I was sitting on the step where I could see the gate which led from the last bend of the road and turned into the yard. I was putting on my Sunday stockings which were neither silk or rayon and my Sunday shoes. Even with all my wistful thinking, I kept my eyes on the winding road and this time the seats were filled; really filled! Aunt Mary was large, I expect 200 lbs., but Uncle Charlie James weighed between 400 and 500 lbs.

Nora Jackson never really swore. I did, however, say "gog-on-it" but I loved Aunt Mary, she was understanding. That word can mean so much, especially to a young wife who had come into a home where there was so much work. (During my young life on a farm I never did understand why my mother had to work all day. I would say, "Can’t you take the afternoon off?" but the most I remember, my Mother would wash her face, comb her hair smoothly back, put on a light clean wrapper, and lie down on the simple lounge for fifteen minutes.)

To get back to my story, I will mention three things: Father, Aunt Mary, Uncle Charlie and myself, went to a funeral at Bright (I don’t remember whose). Father drove with the whip in his hands, and except for up and down the hills, the horses were kept trotting. Aunt Mary said “that is exactly like my father, the horses never dared walk; he was always in a hurry.” We did not tarry after the services. Dear Aunt Mary said, “I can see how much work you have waiting to be done at home.” Then the rest of the day she spent with me. After changing our Sunday best to a house dress, she followed me to the cellar where she chatted while I worked and patted the butter milk out and smoothed the sweet delicious butter. Then at supper, she bragged about my pumpkin pies; she always thought pumpkin had to be cooked hours. She said “Now Charlie, this pumpkin Nora didn’t cook very long at all and these pies are so good.” Now do you see why I loved Aunt Mary James? She too was a very pretty woman. Uncle Charlie would walk up and down the road fast just for exercise, and they broke the bed down. After all, there was over 600 lbs. of them to like or dislike and I liked them or her. I should say very very much They had two sons, Clifford (b.1875) and Loyd N. Jackson (b.1874).

As I reminisce, I recall Aunt Nancy E. Jackson Rowe (1844-1911). I too saw her only once. She came to our wedding on September 5, 1906. I really saw her to remember at the breakfast table at my husband’s home on September 7th. I felt rather shy of her. She was not pretty like plump Aunt Mary; she was tall and proud, rather haughty, much given to boast. She married William H. Rowe, who was raised by the Blasdel family in the New Alaces community. They went to Jacksonville, Morgan Co., IL. to live and they had only one son, Charlie. Uncle Will became quite wealthy for that day. Charlie Rowe (1866-1928) never married. He was worth $160,000 when he died in 1928. Our grandfather clock came from his estate.
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Mary Vandolah married James WHITE on August 30, 1869 after Elijah Bonham's death on December 17, 1853.
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Ref: GENEALOGY OF THE JOHN JACKSON FAMILY, compiled and printed by Alta Mae Jackson Hart, 1975; EARLY ACQUAINTANCES WITH THE JACKSON RELATIVES by Nora Bonham Jackson; Internet Resource: http://orvf.com/cgi-bin/igmget.cgi/n=orvf?I35176.4


External link for John Harrison Jackson on his WeRelate Wiki Person Page.21

Census Data

     John H appeared on the 1860 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of his parents, Ruben C Jackson and Isabel Jackson.10

John appeared on the 1870 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of his parents, Reuben Jackson and Belle Jackson.9

John H Jackson and Ella M Jackson appeared on the 1900 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 16 June 1900, enumerated as a farmer. Their children Clyde A and Floyd S were listed as living with them.6

John H Jackson appeared on the 1910 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 20 April 1910, enumerated as a widower and a farmer on a general farm. His son Floyd S was listed as living with him. The household also included his daughter-in-law, Nora Jackson and grandson, Stanley B Jackson.8

John H appeared on the 1920 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, in the household of Floyd S Jackson and Nora E Jackson, Floyd's father.7

Family

Mary Ellen Smith b. 1 Dec 1855, d. 29 Aug 1902
Marriage*John married Mary Ellen Smith on 18 December 1878 in Guilford, York Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.2,4,12,15,16,14 
Children

Citations

  1. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)" (see citation for details). Unknown comments, John JACKSON (AFN:9SC5-G6). Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (R)."
  2. [S223] Chris Hankins, online www.ancestry.com, Chris Hankins (Port Ludlow, WA), downloaded viewed Jan 7, 2001.
  3. [S496] Unknown author, Chris Hankins (n.p.: ancestry.com -- file hmvo -- Hankins VanDolah Moler Owens Family Chronicles, unknown publish date), http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi
  4. [S497] Merrie Rue Smith, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (Garland, TX), downloaded 1975.
  5. [S4199] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave., http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi John H Jackson.
  6. [S4801] John H Jackson household, Jun 16, 1900 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 0047, Ancestry.com Roll: 366; FHL microfilm: 1240366.
  7. [S4803] Floyd S Jackson household, Feb 3, 1920 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 50, Ancestry.com Roll: T625_428; Image: 990.
  8. [S4802] John H Jackson household, Apr 20, 1910 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 0052, Ancestry.com Roll: T624_345; FHL microfilm: 1374358.
  9. [S4924] Reuben Jackson household, July 6, 1870 U.S. Census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 612A; Family: 66, Ancestry.com Roll: M593_307; Image: 524; Family History Library Film: 545806.
  10. [S4923] Ruben C Jackson household, July 12, 1860 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 136, Ancestry.com Roll: M653_252; Image: 140; Family History Library Film: 803252.
  11. [S3075] Federal Publishing Company, Memoirs of the Lower Ohio Valley - Personal and Genealogical; Vol I (Madison, WIS.: Federal Publishing Company, 1905), Volume I, Page 119 - JOHN H. JACKSON. Hereinafter cited as Memoirs of the Lower Ohio Valley.
  12. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: John H Jackson
    Transcription of attached gravestone photo:
    Jackson
    John H. Jackson
    May 15, 1854
    Mar. 21, 1929
    Ella M.
    Jackson
    Dec. 1, 1855
    Aug.29, 1902.
  13. [S4708] Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder , Lawrenceburg Public Library, Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page; cited as "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder., John H Jackson.
  14. [S6899] John H. Jackson Answers Last Call, Dearborn County Register, Dearborn County, IN, Mar 28, 1929 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Dearborn County Register.
  15. [S4801] Jun 16, 1900 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 0047, married 21 years at the time of the census, so married about 1879.
  16. [S6879] Indiana, Marriages, 1811-2007 , FamilySearch, http://familysearch.org/searchapi/search/collection/1410397">Indiana, Marriages, 1811-2007; "Marriage dates may reflect the date and place of issue of the marriage license, not the actual wedding"; cited as "Indiana, Marriages, 1811-12007., John H Jackson & Mary E Smith, Dec 18, 1878.
  17. [S1525] Chris, online unknown url, unknown author (unknown location), viewed Mar 14, 2007.
  18. [S3075] Federal Publishing Company, Memoirs of the Lower Ohio Valley, John Harrison Jackson, III (1854-1929).
  19. [S6922] Reuben C. Jackson, The Lawrenceburg Register, Lawrenceburg, IN, Nov 24, 1887 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Register.
  20. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: Ella M Jackson
    Transcription of attached gravestone photo:
    Jackson
    John H. Jackson
    May 15, 1854
    Mar. 21, 1929
    Ella M.
    Jackson
    Dec. 1, 1855
    Aug.29, 1902.
  21. [S2] Personal knowledge/research of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207).
  22. [S4708] "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder", online Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page: Floyd S Jackson.

Mary Ellen Smith1,2,3,4

F, #9551, b. 1 December 1855, d. 29 August 1902
Father*Jacob Smith3,1 b. 13 Jan 1815, d. 3 Dec 1867
Mother*Ann Liddle3,1 b. c 1814
Last Edited14 Sep 2017
     Mary was born on 1 December 1855 in Guilford, York Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.1,3,5,6 Mary married John Harrison Jackson on 18 December 1878 in Guilford, York Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana.1,3,7,8,9,10 She died on 29 August 1902 in Lawrenceburg, Lawrenceburg Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA, at age 46.1,3,11,6,10 Mary Ellen Smith was buried in Greendale Cemetery, Greendale, Lawrenceburg Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.4
     The following biographical information appeared in the LDS Ancestral File Genealogy of the John Jackson Family ( AFN: 1J6J-705), 1975:
Mary Ellen "Ella" Smith Jackson (1855-1902) was born December 1, 1855 of Jacob and Ann Smith at their home north of Guilford, Dearborn Co., IN. She married John H. Jackson (1854-1929), December 18, 1878 and they made their home at the old homestead where Clyde (1879-1941) and Floyd (1881-1958), her two sons, were born and grew to manhood. It was here, where the happy years of her married life were spent, that she passed away at 11:30 P.M., August 29, 1902.

In her early womanhood, she taught school and brought to this task the same earnest endeavor to do the best that was ever her characteristic. For some years she had been a valued member of the Grange, where she contributed much to the success of the order by her cheerfulness and readiness to work at all times.

She had been a teacher in the Union Sunday School Class at Salt Fork School for a long time, where she exerted a happy influence over her class; as she did with all of whom she came in contact. Not only did this noble woman make the world brighter for us all, but she made the burdens of the world lighter for many. Only those, whose suffering and need were relieved by her hand, will ever know how much she did for humanity

Indeed, she reminds us of Dorcus of Joppa, when she died. "Peter, being in the city was called, and when he arrived, the weeping friends showed him the coats and garments which she had made for them. They said, ‘This woman is full of good works and alms deeds."

In the last years of her life, Mrs. Jackson became a member of the Presbyterian Church and Sunday School at Bright, Dearborn Co., IN. It was the privilege of the pastor to know upon her own testimony that she was trysting Jesus Christ as her Saviour and she died in that faith. She was of an exceptionally happy disposition when she met you in her home or in public. It was with a smile and the length of time you remained in her presence that you realized it was true womanhood manifested in an open countenance and a happy smile. Now has passed from among us a noble woman, one whose influence was ever felt for good and her whole life has been uplifting to all about her. As daughter, mother, and neighbor, she filled her place well.

On August 29, 1902, at 11:30 P.M., the mother and wife, Mrs. Ella Jackson was suddenly stricken and died. While through the summer she had not been well, her death came unexpectedly and left the father and sons overwhelmed with grief.3

     Research notes:
Date Discrepancy:
The marriage date of John H. and Mary Ellen was listed in one location as December 18, 1875 and in two other locations as December 18, 1878. It is not known which is correct. LDS site states the year of marriage as 1878.3

Census Data

     Ella M Jackson and John H Jackson appeared on the 1900 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 16 June 1900, enumerated as a farmer. Their children Clyde A and Floyd S were listed as living with them.5

Family

John Harrison Jackson b. 15 May 1854, d. 21 Mar 1929
Marriage*Mary married John Harrison Jackson on 18 December 1878 in Guilford, York Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.1,3,7,8,9,10 
Children

Citations

  1. [S223] Chris Hankins, online www.ancestry.com, Chris Hankins (Port Ludlow, WA), downloaded viewed Jan 7, 2001.
  2. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)" (see citation for details). Unknown comments, Mary Ellen SMITH (AFN: 2RMW-1H). Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (R)."
  3. [S497] Merrie Rue Smith, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (Garland, TX), downloaded 1975.
  4. [S4199] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave., http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi Ella M Jackson.
  5. [S4801] John H Jackson household, Jun 16, 1900 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 0047, Ancestry.com Roll: 366; FHL microfilm: 1240366.
  6. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: Ella M Jackson
    Transcription of attached gravestone photo:
    Jackson
    John H. Jackson
    May 15, 1854
    Mar. 21, 1929
    Ella M.
    Jackson
    Dec. 1, 1855
    Aug.29, 1902.
  7. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: John H Jackson
    Transcription of attached gravestone photo:
    Jackson
    John H. Jackson
    May 15, 1854
    Mar. 21, 1929
    Ella M.
    Jackson
    Dec. 1, 1855
    Aug.29, 1902.
  8. [S4801] Jun 16, 1900 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 0047, married 21 years at the time of the census, so married about 1879.
  9. [S6879] Indiana, Marriages, 1811-2007 , FamilySearch, http://familysearch.org/searchapi/search/collection/1410397">Indiana, Marriages, 1811-2007; "Marriage dates may reflect the date and place of issue of the marriage license, not the actual wedding"; cited as "Indiana, Marriages, 1811-12007., John H Jackson & Mary E Smith, Dec 18, 1878.
  10. [S6899] John H. Jackson Answers Last Call, Dearborn County Register, Dearborn County, IN, Mar 28, 1929 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Dearborn County Register.
  11. [S3075] Federal Publishing Company, Memoirs of the Lower Ohio Valley - Personal and Genealogical; Vol I (Madison, WIS.: Federal Publishing Company, 1905), John Harrison Jackson, III (1854-1929). Hereinafter cited as Memoirs of the Lower Ohio Valley.
  12. [S4708] Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder , Lawrenceburg Public Library, Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page; cited as "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder., Floyd S Jackson.

Mary Ann Corbin1,2

F, #9552, b. 26 July 1816, d. 29 April 1854
Last Edited30 Jul 2018
     Mary was born on 26 July 1816 in Virginia, USA, her daughter Mary's 1900 census enumeration indicates Mary Ann was born in South Carolina, but the 1910 census shows it as Virginia. Her son Robert's death certificate gives her birthplace as Maryland.3,4,5,6 Alternatively, she was born circa 1812 possibly in Cincinnati, in Hamilton County, Ohio, USA, but I did not record the source of this information7 or circa 1818 in Virginia in the 1850 census.8 Mary married Robert H Larydale on 28 April 1833 in Hamilton County, Ohio.8 She died on 29 April 1854 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA, at age 37.3,5 Mary Ann Corbin was buried in Georgetown Cemetery, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.3,5
     In the death registration of Frances E Jackson who died on 12 March 1910, Mary Colvin was identified as her mother.9 In the death registration of Louisa Cottingham who died on 2 May 1911, Colvin was identified as her mother.10 Shewas referenced in the biographical information that appeared about Thomas Benton Cottingham in 1915 in the book History of Dearborn County, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA:
THOMAS BENTON COTTINGHAM
Much credit must be given to those farmers who for a number of years have worked steadily away at their chosen field of endeavor, giving their best thought and energy to the difficult problems of agricultural life, and who at the same time have not been blind to the various needs of their community, but have made themselves felt as an influence for good among their fellows. Dearborn county has reason to be proud of the many true men she has produced, among whom is Thomas Benton Cottingham, a well-known farmer of Miller township.

T. B. Cottingham was born at Logan Cross Roads, Dearborn county, Indiana, on April 3. 1846. He is the son of Thomas and Sarah Mills (Stohmes) Cottingham, natives of Yorkshire, England, and Ohio, respectively.

Thomas Cottingham. Sr., was born in Yorkshire. England, in 1810. and at an early age emigrated with his parents to America. They settled near

DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA. 709
Baltimore, Maryland. A short time after the death of the father, Thomas Cottingham Sr., came with his mother to Cincinnati. Here he received the rudiments of a common-school education and learned the blacksmith's trade by apprenticeship. Later removing to Dearborn county and settling on a farm at Logan Cross Roads, he built a shop and followed his trade as a blacksmith. The farm where he located was obtained from Alford Stohmes, his brother-in-law, for whom he assumed certain financial obligations. Thomas Cottingham was married to Sarah Mills Stohmes, a native of Delhi, Ohio, born in 1815. To this union were [born] nine children, as follow: Eliza, Charlotte, deceased: Alonzo. Sarah Amelia, Jacob, deceased; Thomas B., the subject of this sketch: Matilda, deceased; Louisa, deceased; and one child who died in infancy. The mother of these children, Sarah Mills (Stohmes) Cottingham, died on the farm, in Harrison township, in 1850, at the early age of thirty-five years. The father, Thomas Cottingham, Sr., after operating his ninety-acre farm in Harrison township and following his blacksmith's trade for a number of years, spent the last fifteen years of his life with a daughter, Mrs. Liddle, of Bright, Indiana. He died at the ripe old age of nearly eighty-seven years. He was an active Democrat, having served as trustee of Harrison township one term.

T. B. Cottingham, the subject of this sketch, grew up in Harrison township. Dearborn county, Indiana, and received a common-school education in the district township schools. He remained on the home farm until eighteen years of age, when he worked out at different places for himself. Reared a farmer, he chose his vocation as such, and, with the exception of three or four years in which he was engaged in the general mercantile business at Bright, Indiana, in partnership with W. S. Fagaley, he has followed farming all his life. After his marriage, in 1874, he continued in the mercantile business for about a year, and then sold his interest and bought a farm of seventy-five acres in Miller township. After living here for about six years he sold the farm and bought his present farm of one hundred and sixty acres, to which he moved in 1881, and where he has continued to reside. Mr. Cottingham has a beautiful farm, kept in excellent shape, and, located on high ground, his place commands a magnificent view of the surrounding country.

On June 24, 1874, T. E. Cottingham was married to Louisa Langdale, a native of Miller township. Dearborn county, Indiana, who was born on January 29. 1844. She was the daughter of Robert Hill and Martha Colvin Langdale. To this happy union were born three children, Stanley L., de-

710 DEARBORN COUNTY, INDIANA.
ceased ; Howard and Edna A. Howard married Elizabeth Renck and operates the home farm. They have three children, Agnes, Clayton and Albert S. Edna married J. D. Moore, and lives at Charleston, West Virginia, and they have three children. Rossebell, Louisa and Thomas Benton. Mrs. Louisa (Langdale) Cottingham died, May 1 (sic), 1911, a loving wife and devoted mother and loved by all who knew her.

Mr. Cottingham, as was his beloved wife, is an ardent member of the Christian church. He has been an elder in the church at Bright, Indiana, since its organization, and has always taken an active interest in its work. Mr. Cottingham is not affiliated with any lodges, and, although an active Democrat, he has not held public office. T. B. Cottingham, who is now practically retired, is a fair type of the prosperous and progressive farmer. He is a companionable man of cheery disposition, genteel and sociable. A man who stands for what he thinks is right and just, he is favorably known and looked upon as an honorable citizen.11
     The following analysis is from my personal research and reflects my attempts to consolidate information from different sources.
The jury is still out on whether her surname was Corbin or Colvin.

While her marriage registration gives Corbin, it also gives Robert's surname as Larydale (in a very neat and clear hand) rather than Langdale. So this is less than a definitive source

Her son-in-law gave her surname as Colvin, but he did not know her given name when he provided information for her daughter's death registration.2,12

Census Data

     Mary A appeared on the 1850 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, in the household of Thomas Langdall.8

Family

Robert Hill Langdale b. 24 Feb 1808, d. 4 May 1878
Marriage*Mary married Robert H Larydale on 28 April 1833 in Hamilton County, Ohio, USA.8 
Children

Citations

  1. [S203] Tombstone photo, Rick Moffat Personal Papers (Mesa, Arizona, USA), Mary Ann Consort of R. H. Langdale Born July 28, 1816 Died Apr. 29 1854. On the back of the photo Patricia noted she was born in Virginia. Buried Miller Township, Dearborn County, Indiana.
  2. [S7841] Ohio, County Marriages, 1774-1993 , Ancestry.com, Ohio, County Marriages, 1774-1993; "Original data: Marriage Records. Ohio Marriages. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, UT. Images available on Family Search"; cited as "Ohio, County Marriages, 1774-1993., Ohio Marriage Registration: Robert H. Larydale & Mary Ann Corbin.
  3. [S203] Tombstone photo, June 30, 2000, Rick Moffat Personal Papers.
  4. [S1483] Thomas B Cotting household, April 24, 1910 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 52, Ancestry.com Roll: T624_345; Image 407.
  5. [S4780] Diane and Harper, Lois Fox, compiler, Cemeteries of the Northeast Section of Dearborn County, Indiana (1935 Sampson Drive, Apollo, PA 15613: Closson Press, March 1993), Page 225 - Georgetown Cemetery - Mary Ann Langdale. Hereinafter cited as Cemeteries NE Dearborn County.
  6. [S6883] Database with images: Certificates of Death, by FamilySearch; unknown series; FamilySearch, Utah, USA. Online https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:33SQ-GP2P-3VG; unknown file name, Robert H Langdale.
  7. [S2] Personal knowledge/research of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207), I need to find the source for this information.
  8. [S1473] Thomas Langdall household, Sept 19, 1850 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 302, Ancestry.com Roll: M432_141; Image: 175.
  9. [S6864] Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011 , Ancestry.com, Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011; "Based upon the Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. NOTE: this ancestry.com database includes images of the individual death certificates"; cited as "Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011., Name: Francis E Jackson.
  10. [S6864] "Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011", online Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011: Name: Mrs Louisa Cottingham
    Informant:      Thomas Benton Cottingham, Bright, Indiana - husband.
  11. [S3314] Archibald Shaw, editor, History of Dearborn County, Indiana (Indianapolis, IN: B.F. Bowen & Company, Inc., 1915), Pages 708 to 710; Thomas Benton Cottingham. Hereinafter cited as History of Dearborn County.
  12. [S6864] "Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011", online Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011: Name: Mrs Louisa Cottingham
    Informant:      Thomas Benton Cottingham, Bright, Indiana - husband
    Mother's surname was Colvin.
  13. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)" (see citation for details). Unknown comments, Jane Hill LANGDALE (AFN:1J6M-SX9). Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (R)."
  14. [S391] Family Data Collection - Individual Records (Publisher: Ancestry), Ancestry.com, Family Data Collection - Individual Records: Search page; "Compiled by Edmund West for a genetic research database. Considered an unreliable source of information due to the lack source citations"; cited as "Family Data Collection - Individual Records.
  15. [S4199] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave., http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi Martha H Bostic.
  16. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)", Frances B LANGDALE (AFN:1J6M-SZH); this is an unreliable source since it gets her middle initial, birth and death dates wrong.
  17. [S10] Langdale Family Record per P. Sine, Family group sheet, c 1964, Rick Moffat Personal Papers, Mesa, Arizona, USA, 1844.
  18. [S123] Joe C Sanders, online http://www.gencircles.com/users/joecsanders and Ancestry.com, Joe C Sanders (unknown location), LOUISA LANGDALE Birth 1844, Death 1911.
  19. [S1978] Robert Langdale household, July 16, 1860 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 146, Ancestry.com Roll: M653_252; Image: 147, Household Members: Name Age
    Robert Langdale 52
    Francis Langdale 22
    Robt Langdale 18
    Louisa M Langdale 16
    Thos Langdale 45.

Laura Belle Jackson1,2,3

F, #9554, b. 20 January 1864, d. 21 March 1864
Father*Francis Marion Jackson2,3,4 b. 10 Aug 1831, d. 8 Nov 1899
Mother*Frances E Langdale2,3,4 b. 28 Jan 1838, d. 12 Mar 1910
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited22 Jul 2013
     Laura was born on 21 January 1861 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.2,3 Laura was born on 20 January 1864.4 She died on 21 March 1864 in Dearborn County, Indiana.2,3,4 She was buried in Georgetown Cemetery, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.4
     This must be the "son" that died in infancy according to Phyllis Sine.

The 1900 census confirms that Frances had two children, with only Lizzie surviving at the time of the census.5 Her name was also recorded as Louie Belle Jackson.4

Citations

  1. [S76] Merrie Rue Smith, "Merrie Rue Smith email," e-mail message from unknown author e-mail (Garland, TX) to Rick Moffat. Hereinafter cited as "Merrie Rue Smith email."
  2. [S77] See citation for details, "Ancestral File (R)" (see citation for details). Unknown comments, Laura Belle JACKSON (AFN: 1J6J-72K). Hereinafter cited as "Ancestral File (R)."
  3. [S497] Merrie Rue Smith, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (Garland, TX), downloaded 1975.
  4. [S4780] Diane and Harper, Lois Fox, compiler, Cemeteries of the Northeast Section of Dearborn County, Indiana (1935 Sampson Drive, Apollo, PA 15613: Closson Press, March 1993), Page 224 - Georgetown Cemetery - Louie Belle Jackson. Hereinafter cited as Cemeteries NE Dearborn County.
  5. [S10] Langdale Family Record per P. Sine, Family group sheet, c 1964, Rick Moffat Personal Papers, Mesa, Arizona, USA, a son who died in infancy.

Nora Elizabeth Bonham1,2,3,4

F, #9556, b. 22 January 1881, d. 1 May 1963
Last Edited12 Jun 2017
     Nora was born on 22 January 1881 in Indiana, USA.1,2,5,3,4 Nora married Floyd Stanley Jackson on 5 September 1906.1,2,6,5,3,4,7 Nora Elizabeth Bonham was buried on 1 May 1963 in Gibson Cemetery, Bright, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.8,9 She died on 1 May 1963 at age 82.2,8
     She was listed as next-of-kin/contact on the draft registration of Floyd Stanley Jackson.10 Nora Jackson, Floyd's wife was listed as next-of-kin/contact on the draft registration of Floyd Stanley Jackson.11 Nora Elizabeth Bonham was listed as a survivor in the obituary of Floyd Stanley Jackson who died 26 August 1958, Wife.12,13,6,14,15

The following biographical information appeared in Early Acquaintances with the Jackson Relatives by Nora Bonham Jackson, quoted by Merrie Rue Smith, 1975:
Among the first unexpected guests of my early home life on the Jackson Hill was an urgent call from Elizabethtown, Hamilton Co., OH. "Come over and get us." This was my first meeting with Bertha Belle Miller Guard (b.1869), Eva Mae Miller DeHart (b.1874), and Lou Ella Miller Irvin (b.1879) and their children. Ruth Alma Guard (b.1898) was a very pretty young teenager, too fat to run; then the two Irvin girls: Dorthy Bell (b.1903), perhaps also a little too plump, a blond; and her sister, Gladys (b.1899), an exceedingly lovely vivacious brunette; then the son Lowell M. (b.1899) of Eva and Allen DeHart (b.1870), a young slender lad. He and Gladys led in the race and these lively youngsters romped and played around and around the big house which today we know as the "House on the Hill."

The fun began because there were too many for the spring wagon. The young man of the house met the situation by hitching the farm team to the hay wagon with a generous supply of hay to make it comfortable.

Floyd Stanley Jackson (b.1881) started to E-Town in high glee to pick up his beloved cousins, the children of Father Jackson’s (John Harrison Jackson b. 1854) oldest sister, Margaret E. Jackson Miller (1843-1882). This was the first and only time I ever saw Bertha Miller Guard as she died early in her married life, as did her sister, Goldie Miller Sanders (1871-1903), mother of Vena Sanders Brown. How did I get onto this gloomy side of the picture? For this was indeed a happy party.

It did not take a nice car or a fine home to have fun. I don’t know what I cooked, but I remember I did freeze ice cream and had the big table set; a little black cook stove, a big wooden box for a table or a large cabinet a very large one; I expect 4 X 6 with an oil cloth on top and I had to almost crawl inside to reach things to cook in, a curtain tacked across the front and the floors were covered with rag carpets.

Another of my very early getting acquainted with my new relatives was in the fall of 1908 - the evening Mabel Grubbs and John Liddle were to be married. Mabel was very very dear to me. She was like a doll; the little sister of my very dearest school mate and seat mate and I had been in their home so much during our school days. Then in 1899, when Stella Grubbs was eighteen years old, “Angie” the lovely mother, was taken by death.

Word had come that Aunt Mary Isabell Jackson James (b.1851) and Uncle Charlie W. James from Jacksonville, Morgan Co., IL. were coming to visit us on the noon train. I was very upset. I wanted so much to go to Mabel’s "Chivalry." Father, John Harrison Jackson, came home with empty seats, his sister and husband were not on the train; I was hilariously happy. There was another train at the Lawrenceburg Junction at 4 o’clock and Father had gone to meet that. I was sitting on the step where I could see the gate which led from the last bend of the road and turned into the yard. I was putting on my Sunday stockings which were neither silk or rayon and my Sunday shoes. Even with all my wistful thinking, I kept my eyes on the winding road and this time the seats were filled; really filled! Aunt Mary was large, I expect 200 lbs., but Uncle Charlie James weighed between 400 and 500 lbs.

Nora Jackson never really swore. I did, however, say "gog-on-it" but I loved Aunt Mary, she was understanding. That word can mean so much, especially to a young wife who had come into a home where there was so much work. (During my young life on a farm I never did understand why my mother had to work all day. I would say, "Can’t you take the afternoon off?" but the most I remember, my Mother would wash her face, comb her hair smoothly back, put on a light clean wrapper, and lie down on the simple lounge for fifteen minutes.)

To get back to my story, I will mention three things: Father, Aunt Mary, Uncle Charlie and myself, went to a funeral at Bright (I don’t remember whose). Father drove with the whip in his hands, and except for up and down the hills, the horses were kept trotting. Aunt Mary said “that is exactly like my father, the horses never dared walk; he was always in a hurry.” We did not tarry after the services. Dear Aunt Mary said, “I can see how much work you have waiting to be done at home.” Then the rest of the day she spent with me. After changing our Sunday best to a house dress, she followed me to the cellar where she chatted while I worked and patted the butter milk out and smoothed the sweet delicious butter. Then at supper, she bragged about my pumpkin pies; she always thought pumpkin had to be cooked hours. She said “Now Charlie, this pumpkin Nora didn’t cook very long at all and these pies are so good.” Now do you see why I loved Aunt Mary James? She too was a very pretty woman. Uncle Charlie would walk up and down the road fast just for exercise, and they broke the bed down. After all, there was over 600 lbs. of them to like or dislike and I liked them or her. I should say very very much They had two sons, Clifford (b.1875) and Loyd N. Jackson (b.1874).

As I reminisce, I recall Aunt Nancy E. Jackson Rowe (1844-1911). I too saw her only once. She came to our wedding on September 5, 1906. I really saw her to remember at the breakfast table at my husband’s home on September 7th. I felt rather shy of her. She was not pretty like plump Aunt Mary; she was tall and proud, rather haughty, much given to boast. She married William H. Rowe, who was raised by the Blasdel family in the New Alaces community. They went to Jacksonville, Morgan Co., IL. to live and they had only one son, Charlie. Uncle Will became quite wealthy for that day. Charlie Rowe (1866-1928) never married. He was worth $160,000 when he died in 1928. Our grandfather clock came from his estate.
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Mary Vandolah married James WHITE on August 30, 1869 after Elijah Bonham's death on December 17, 1853.
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Ref: GENEALOGY OF THE JOHN JACKSON FAMILY, compiled and printed by Alta Mae Jackson Hart, 1975; EARLY ACQUAINTANCES WITH THE JACKSON RELATIVES by Nora Bonham Jackson; Internet Resource: http://orvf.com/cgi-bin/igmget.cgi/n=orvf?I35176.2


The following biographical information appeared in the family tree database of Merrie Rue Smith, 24 November 2000:
Floyd Stanley Jackson (1881-1958), second son of John Harrison (1854-1929) and Mary Ellen "Ella"” Smith Jackson (1855-1902), was born March 4, 1881 on the old Reuben Christophy Jackson (1810-1887) Homestead, later named "The Valley Hill Farm."

He was married to Nora Elizabeth Bonham (1881-1963), daughter of John and Sarah Hargitt Bonham of Bright, Dearborn Co., IN. To this union was born four children: Stanley (b.1909), Alta Mae (b.1911), Ruby (b.1914), and Lowell (b.1923). All grew up and lived on the farm until they were married and moved into homes of their own, close to their Jackson Homestead.

Mrs. Nora Jackson, reared in a Christian home was converted during a revival at Bright M. E. Church and always remained a true Christian. One of the great desires of her life was to see her children all converted and living under the Love of Christ, as she had known it. She and Floyd both were members of the Bright Methodist Church where later the whole family belonged.

There are many pleasant memories in connection with this farm home; a beautiful spot where hospitality reigned. Relatives and friends were always welcome and enjoyed the bountiful meals.

Floyd’s Mother, Mary Ellen "Ella" Smith Jackson (1855-1902), was one of the 99 first cousins in the early John and Jane Smith Family, and today, we have Smith relatives as well as Jackson’s from New York to California.

I remember in 1928, at the Smith reunion, when we had 28 relatives at our home over the weekend and everyone had a bed and pillow to sleep on. What wonderful times we have had with our relatives over the years. The scenery from the hilltop farm home was beautiful with the winding, private, well kept road down the hill with the Salt Fork Creek at the bottom. It made a pretty picture long to be remembered.

Early on in life, Floyd suffered a fractured hip while playing ball at Salt Fork School. This gave him pain most of his life, but he loved his Dairy farm on the hill. In January 1923, Floyd received an Honorary Certificate from the Indiana State Dairy Association for having 10 or more of his Dairy Herd (Jersey cows) having produced at least 300 lbs. of butter fat or over in the 1932 yearly record. This was a herd of 27 Grade Jersey cows, with a pure bred male. In these days we all milked by hand. Even Grandpa John Harrison Jackson (1854-1929) helped milk and took as his job to keep the barn, stables, and lot clean morning and night.

Later in life or middle age, Floyd’s hip developed into intense pain (arthritis and rheumatism, they said) and he was forced to walk with a cane, but he was always cheerful and non-complaining.

Failing health compelled Floyd and Nora to retire and in 1949. They bought a house and moved to Bright, IN. As long as health permitted, Floyd went back to the farm most every day. It was rented to a neighbor boy and his family, Garlie Liggett for a few years; then the youngest daughter and her family, Ruby and Keith Hart, Kay and Carol Lee, moved into the home place for over 15 years until Keith too had to leave the hill farm because of his health.

Floyd and Nora celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary at their farm home in 1956. Ruby and Keith were still living there, and owned it. 300 acres then, and the families were all home; 4 children with their families, 10 grand children, and 4 great grand children.

Floyd was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He was affectionately called Grandpa "Jack" not only by his own grandchildren but by many of the children of the Bright neighborhood. As a farmer, he was industrious and enterprising. As a citizen, he was intensely honest, upright and moral.

His last sickness was short. He suffered a passing out spell in the doctor’s office - first they thought he might have pneumonia, but later said it was a blood clot lodged in his lungs. However, he seemed to be recovering at home until Tuesday noon, August 26. He collapsed and died suddenly. His lungs seemed to fill with blood shutting off his breath completely.

Nora Jackson lived nearly five years longer and died of heart failure and diabetic shock, May 1, 1963, age 83 years.13

Census Data

     Nora appeared on the 1910 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, in the household of John H Jackson, John's daughter-in-law.4

Nora E Jackson and Floyd S Jackson appeared on the 1920 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 3 February 1920, enumerated as a farmer on a general farm.. Their children Stanley B, Alta M and Ruby R were listed as living with them. As wa his father, John H Jackson who did not have an occupation listed.7

Nora E Jackson and Floyd S Jackson appeared on the 1930 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 11 April 1930, enumerated as a farmer on a general farm. Their children Stanley B, Alta M and Ruby R were listed as living with them.3

Nora E Jackson and Floyd Jackson appeared on the 1940 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 26 April 1940, enumerated as a farmer. Their children Ruby were listed as living with them. The household also included their son-in-law, Keith Harte.5

Family

Floyd Stanley Jackson b. 4 Mar 1881, d. 26 Aug 1958
Marriage*Nora married Floyd Stanley Jackson on 5 September 1906.1,2,6,5,3,4,7 
Children

Citations

  1. [S223] Chris Hankins, online www.ancestry.com, Chris Hankins (Port Ludlow, WA), downloaded viewed Jan 7, 2001.
  2. [S497] Merrie Rue Smith, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (Garland, TX), downloaded 1975.
  3. [S4800] Floyd S Jackson household, Apr 11, 1930 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 24, Ancestry.com Roll: 582; Image: 945.0; FHL microfilm: 2340317.
  4. [S4802] John H Jackson household, Apr 20, 1910 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 0052, Ancestry.com Roll: T624_345; FHL microfilm: 1374358.
  5. [S4799] Floyd Jackson household, Apr 26, 1940 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller. Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 15-24, Ancestry.com Roll: T627_1035.
  6. [S4708] Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder , Lawrenceburg Public Library, Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page; cited as "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder., Floyd S Jackson.
  7. [S4803] Floyd S Jackson household, Feb 3, 1920 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 50, Ancestry.com Roll: T625_428; Image: 990.
  8. [S4708] "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder", online Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page: Nora E Jackson.
  9. [S4780] Diane and Harper, Lois Fox, compiler, Cemeteries of the Northeast Section of Dearborn County, Indiana (1935 Sampson Drive, Apollo, PA 15613: Closson Press, March 1993), Gibson Cemetery page 103 - Nora E. Jackson. Hereinafter cited as Cemeteries NE Dearborn County.
  10. [S4448] World War I Draft Registration, online http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=6482, Floyd Stanley Jackson. Hereinafter cited as WWI Draft Registration.
  11. [S2775] U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 (Publisher: National Archives and Records Administration), Ancestry.com, World War II Draft Registration search; "United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration"; cited as "Old Man's Draft., Floyd Stanley Jackson.
  12. [S1525] Chris, online unknown url, unknown author (unknown location), viewed Mar 14, 2007.
  13. [S498] Merrie Rue Smith, online unknown url, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (unknown location), downloaded Nov 24, 2000.
  14. [S4999] Floyd Jackson Dies Suddenly At Home, Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrencebuerg, IN, Aug 28, 1958 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.
  15. [S5000] Floyd S. Jackson, Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrencebuerg, IN, Sep 4, 1958 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,, Floyd S Jackson - 4 Sept 1958 - Lawrenceburg Press. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.

Floyd Stanley Jackson1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

M, #9557, b. 4 March 1881, d. 26 August 1958
Father*John Harrison Jackson2,3,10,9,8,11 b. 15 May 1854, d. 21 Mar 1929
Mother*Mary Ellen Smith2,3,10,11 b. 1 Dec 1855, d. 29 Aug 1902
Relationship2nd cousin 2 times removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited12 Jun 2017
     Floyd was born on 4 March 1881 in Salt Fork Road, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA, on the old Reuben Christophy Jackson Homestead, later named "The Valley Hill Farm."2,12,13,4,5,10,6,7,8,9,14 Floyd married Nora Elizabeth Bonham on 5 September 1906.1,2,3,4,5,8,9 He died on 26 August 1958 in Bright, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA, at age 77.12,15,3,16,14 Floyd Stanley Jackson was buried on 29 August 1958 in Gibson Cemetery, Bright, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.17,18
     He registered for the draft on 12 September 1918 in Lawrenceburg, Lawrenceburg Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA. He listed his occupation as farmer. He listed his next-of-kin/contact person as Nora Jackson.6
     In the obituary of John Harrison Jackson who died 21 March 1929, John's son, Floyd Jackson was listed as a survivor.11 He registered for the "Old Man's" draft on 27 April 1942 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA. He listed his occupation as farming. He listed his next-of-kin/contact person as Nora Jackson.7 Floyd Stanley Jackson was listed as predeceased in the obituary of Nora Elizabeth Bonham who died 1 May 1963, Husband.2,19 Floyd Stanley Jacksonwas referenced in the biographical information that appeared about Nora Elizabeth Bonham in 1975 in Early Acquaintances with the Jackson Relatives by Nora Bonham Jackson, quoted by Merrie Rue Smith:
Among the first unexpected guests of my early home life on the Jackson Hill was an urgent call from Elizabethtown, Hamilton Co., OH. "Come over and get us." This was my first meeting with Bertha Belle Miller Guard (b.1869), Eva Mae Miller DeHart (b.1874), and Lou Ella Miller Irvin (b.1879) and their children. Ruth Alma Guard (b.1898) was a very pretty young teenager, too fat to run; then the two Irvin girls: Dorthy Bell (b.1903), perhaps also a little too plump, a blond; and her sister, Gladys (b.1899), an exceedingly lovely vivacious brunette; then the son Lowell M. (b.1899) of Eva and Allen DeHart (b.1870), a young slender lad. He and Gladys led in the race and these lively youngsters romped and played around and around the big house which today we know as the "House on the Hill."

The fun began because there were too many for the spring wagon. The young man of the house met the situation by hitching the farm team to the hay wagon with a generous supply of hay to make it comfortable.

Floyd Stanley Jackson (b.1881) started to E-Town in high glee to pick up his beloved cousins, the children of Father Jackson’s (John Harrison Jackson b. 1854) oldest sister, Margaret E. Jackson Miller (1843-1882). This was the first and only time I ever saw Bertha Miller Guard as she died early in her married life, as did her sister, Goldie Miller Sanders (1871-1903), mother of Vena Sanders Brown. How did I get onto this gloomy side of the picture? For this was indeed a happy party.

It did not take a nice car or a fine home to have fun. I don’t know what I cooked, but I remember I did freeze ice cream and had the big table set; a little black cook stove, a big wooden box for a table or a large cabinet a very large one; I expect 4 X 6 with an oil cloth on top and I had to almost crawl inside to reach things to cook in, a curtain tacked across the front and the floors were covered with rag carpets.

Another of my very early getting acquainted with my new relatives was in the fall of 1908 - the evening Mabel Grubbs and John Liddle were to be married. Mabel was very very dear to me. She was like a doll; the little sister of my very dearest school mate and seat mate and I had been in their home so much during our school days. Then in 1899, when Stella Grubbs was eighteen years old, “Angie” the lovely mother, was taken by death.

Word had come that Aunt Mary Isabell Jackson James (b.1851) and Uncle Charlie W. James from Jacksonville, Morgan Co., IL. were coming to visit us on the noon train. I was very upset. I wanted so much to go to Mabel’s "Chivalry." Father, John Harrison Jackson, came home with empty seats, his sister and husband were not on the train; I was hilariously happy. There was another train at the Lawrenceburg Junction at 4 o’clock and Father had gone to meet that. I was sitting on the step where I could see the gate which led from the last bend of the road and turned into the yard. I was putting on my Sunday stockings which were neither silk or rayon and my Sunday shoes. Even with all my wistful thinking, I kept my eyes on the winding road and this time the seats were filled; really filled! Aunt Mary was large, I expect 200 lbs., but Uncle Charlie James weighed between 400 and 500 lbs.

Nora Jackson never really swore. I did, however, say "gog-on-it" but I loved Aunt Mary, she was understanding. That word can mean so much, especially to a young wife who had come into a home where there was so much work. (During my young life on a farm I never did understand why my mother had to work all day. I would say, "Can’t you take the afternoon off?" but the most I remember, my Mother would wash her face, comb her hair smoothly back, put on a light clean wrapper, and lie down on the simple lounge for fifteen minutes.)

To get back to my story, I will mention three things: Father, Aunt Mary, Uncle Charlie and myself, went to a funeral at Bright (I don’t remember whose). Father drove with the whip in his hands, and except for up and down the hills, the horses were kept trotting. Aunt Mary said “that is exactly like my father, the horses never dared walk; he was always in a hurry.” We did not tarry after the services. Dear Aunt Mary said, “I can see how much work you have waiting to be done at home.” Then the rest of the day she spent with me. After changing our Sunday best to a house dress, she followed me to the cellar where she chatted while I worked and patted the butter milk out and smoothed the sweet delicious butter. Then at supper, she bragged about my pumpkin pies; she always thought pumpkin had to be cooked hours. She said “Now Charlie, this pumpkin Nora didn’t cook very long at all and these pies are so good.” Now do you see why I loved Aunt Mary James? She too was a very pretty woman. Uncle Charlie would walk up and down the road fast just for exercise, and they broke the bed down. After all, there was over 600 lbs. of them to like or dislike and I liked them or her. I should say very very much They had two sons, Clifford (b.1875) and Loyd N. Jackson (b.1874).

As I reminisce, I recall Aunt Nancy E. Jackson Rowe (1844-1911). I too saw her only once. She came to our wedding on September 5, 1906. I really saw her to remember at the breakfast table at my husband’s home on September 7th. I felt rather shy of her. She was not pretty like plump Aunt Mary; she was tall and proud, rather haughty, much given to boast. She married William H. Rowe, who was raised by the Blasdel family in the New Alaces community. They went to Jacksonville, Morgan Co., IL. to live and they had only one son, Charlie. Uncle Will became quite wealthy for that day. Charlie Rowe (1866-1928) never married. He was worth $160,000 when he died in 1928. Our grandfather clock came from his estate.
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Mary Vandolah married James WHITE on August 30, 1869 after Elijah Bonham's death on December 17, 1853.
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Ref: GENEALOGY OF THE JOHN JACKSON FAMILY, compiled and printed by Alta Mae Jackson Hart, 1975; EARLY ACQUAINTANCES WITH THE JACKSON RELATIVES by Nora Bonham Jackson; Internet Resource: http://orvf.com/cgi-bin/igmget.cgi/n=orvf?I35176.2


The following biographical information appeared in the family tree database of Merrie Rue Smith, 24 November 2000:
Floyd Stanley Jackson (1881-1958), second son of John Harrison (1854-1929) and Mary Ellen "Ella"” Smith Jackson (1855-1902), was born March 4, 1881 on the old Reuben Christophy Jackson (1810-1887) Homestead, later named "The Valley Hill Farm."

He was married to Nora Elizabeth Bonham (1881-1963), daughter of John and Sarah Hargitt Bonham of Bright, Dearborn Co., IN. To this union was born four children: Stanley (b.1909), Alta Mae (b.1911), Ruby (b.1914), and Lowell (b.1923). All grew up and lived on the farm until they were married and moved into homes of their own, close to their Jackson Homestead.

Mrs. Nora Jackson, reared in a Christian home was converted during a revival at Bright M. E. Church and always remained a true Christian. One of the great desires of her life was to see her children all converted and living under the Love of Christ, as she had known it. She and Floyd both were members of the Bright Methodist Church where later the whole family belonged.

There are many pleasant memories in connection with this farm home; a beautiful spot where hospitality reigned. Relatives and friends were always welcome and enjoyed the bountiful meals.

Floyd’s Mother, Mary Ellen "Ella" Smith Jackson (1855-1902), was one of the 99 first cousins in the early John and Jane Smith Family, and today, we have Smith relatives as well as Jackson’s from New York to California.

I remember in 1928, at the Smith reunion, when we had 28 relatives at our home over the weekend and everyone had a bed and pillow to sleep on. What wonderful times we have had with our relatives over the years. The scenery from the hilltop farm home was beautiful with the winding, private, well kept road down the hill with the Salt Fork Creek at the bottom. It made a pretty picture long to be remembered.

Early on in life, Floyd suffered a fractured hip while playing ball at Salt Fork School. This gave him pain most of his life, but he loved his Dairy farm on the hill. In January 1923, Floyd received an Honorary Certificate from the Indiana State Dairy Association for having 10 or more of his Dairy Herd (Jersey cows) having produced at least 300 lbs. of butter fat or over in the 1932 yearly record. This was a herd of 27 Grade Jersey cows, with a pure bred male. In these days we all milked by hand. Even Grandpa John Harrison Jackson (1854-1929) helped milk and took as his job to keep the barn, stables, and lot clean morning and night.

Later in life or middle age, Floyd’s hip developed into intense pain (arthritis and rheumatism, they said) and he was forced to walk with a cane, but he was always cheerful and non-complaining.

Failing health compelled Floyd and Nora to retire and in 1949. They bought a house and moved to Bright, IN. As long as health permitted, Floyd went back to the farm most every day. It was rented to a neighbor boy and his family, Garlie Liggett for a few years; then the youngest daughter and her family, Ruby and Keith Hart, Kay and Carol Lee, moved into the home place for over 15 years until Keith too had to leave the hill farm because of his health.

Floyd and Nora celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary at their farm home in 1956. Ruby and Keith were still living there, and owned it. 300 acres then, and the families were all home; 4 children with their families, 10 grand children, and 4 great grand children.

Floyd was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He was affectionately called Grandpa "Jack" not only by his own grandchildren but by many of the children of the Bright neighborhood. As a farmer, he was industrious and enterprising. As a citizen, he was intensely honest, upright and moral.

His last sickness was short. He suffered a passing out spell in the doctor’s office - first they thought he might have pneumonia, but later said it was a blood clot lodged in his lungs. However, he seemed to be recovering at home until Tuesday noon, August 26. He collapsed and died suddenly. His lungs seemed to fill with blood shutting off his breath completely.

Nora Jackson lived nearly five years longer and died of heart failure and diabetic shock, May 1, 1963, age 83 years.15


External link for Floyd Stanley Jackson on his WeRelate Wiki Person Page.20

Census Data

     Floyd S appeared on the 1900 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of his parents, John H Jackson and Ella M Jackson, listed as a farm laborer.10

Floyd S appeared on the 1910 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of his father John H Jackson.8

Floyd S Jackson and Nora E Jackson appeared on the 1920 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 3 February 1920, enumerated as a farmer on a general farm.. Their children Stanley B, Alta M and Ruby R were listed as living with them. As wa his father, John H Jackson who did not have an occupation listed.9

Floyd S Jackson and Nora E Jackson appeared on the 1930 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 11 April 1930, enumerated as a farmer on a general farm. Their children Stanley B, Alta M and Ruby R were listed as living with them.5

Floyd Jackson and Nora E Jackson appeared on the 1940 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 26 April 1940, enumerated as a farmer. Their children Ruby were listed as living with them. The household also included their son-in-law, Keith Harte.4

Family

Nora Elizabeth Bonham b. 22 Jan 1881, d. 1 May 1963
Marriage*Floyd married Nora Elizabeth Bonham on 5 September 1906.1,2,3,4,5,8,9 
Children

Citations

  1. [S223] Chris Hankins, online www.ancestry.com, Chris Hankins (Port Ludlow, WA), downloaded viewed Jan 7, 2001.
  2. [S497] Merrie Rue Smith, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (Garland, TX), downloaded 1975.
  3. [S4708] Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder , Lawrenceburg Public Library, Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page; cited as "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder., Floyd S Jackson.
  4. [S4799] Floyd Jackson household, Apr 26, 1940 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller. Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 15-24, Ancestry.com Roll: T627_1035.
  5. [S4800] Floyd S Jackson household, Apr 11, 1930 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 24, Ancestry.com Roll: 582; Image: 945.0; FHL microfilm: 2340317.
  6. [S4448] World War I Draft Registration, online http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=6482, Floyd Stanley Jackson. Hereinafter cited as WWI Draft Registration.
  7. [S2775] U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 (Publisher: National Archives and Records Administration), Ancestry.com, World War II Draft Registration search; "United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration"; cited as "Old Man's Draft., Floyd Stanley Jackson.
  8. [S4802] John H Jackson household, Apr 20, 1910 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 0052, Ancestry.com Roll: T624_345; FHL microfilm: 1374358.
  9. [S4803] Floyd S Jackson household, Feb 3, 1920 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 50, Ancestry.com Roll: T625_428; Image: 990.
  10. [S4801] John H Jackson household, Jun 16, 1900 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 0047, Ancestry.com Roll: 366; FHL microfilm: 1240366.
  11. [S6899] John H. Jackson Answers Last Call, Dearborn County Register, Dearborn County, IN, Mar 28, 1929 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Dearborn County Register.
  12. [S1525] Chris, online unknown url, unknown author (unknown location), viewed Mar 14, 2007.
  13. [S4708] "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder", online Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page: Floyd Jackson.
  14. [S5000] Floyd S. Jackson, Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrencebuerg, IN, Sep 4, 1958 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,, Floyd S Jackson - 4 Sept 1958 - Lawrenceburg Press. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.
  15. [S498] Merrie Rue Smith, online unknown url, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (unknown location), downloaded Nov 24, 2000.
  16. [S4999] Floyd Jackson Dies Suddenly At Home, Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrencebuerg, IN, Aug 28, 1958 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.
  17. [S4780] Diane and Harper, Lois Fox, compiler, Cemeteries of the Northeast Section of Dearborn County, Indiana (1935 Sampson Drive, Apollo, PA 15613: Closson Press, March 1993), Gibson Cemetery page 102 - Floyd S. Jackson. Hereinafter cited as Cemeteries NE Dearborn County.
  18. [S4999] Lawrenceburg Press, Aug 28, 1958, Floyd Jackson Dies Suddenly At Home - 28 Aug 1958 - Lawrenceburg Press.
  19. [S4708] "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder", online Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page: Nora E Jackson.
  20. [S2] Personal knowledge/research of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207).

Stanley Bonham Jackson1,2,3,4,5

M, #9558, b. 23 July 1909, d. 15 February 1998
Father*Floyd Stanley Jackson2,3,6,4,5 b. 4 Mar 1881, d. 26 Aug 1958
Mother*Nora Elizabeth Bonham2,3,6,4,5 b. 22 Jan 1881, d. 1 May 1963
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited10 Nov 2018
     Stanley was born on 23 July 1909 in Indiana, USA.2,3,6,4,5,7 Stanley married Vera Marie Blasdel on 9 April 1932.2,3,8,9,7 Stanley married Helen Fern Nowlin on 11 June 1983 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.10,11,12,13
     The following information is extracted from his obituary. Survivor(s): Helen Lutz Jackson and Rosella Kinkead.12 He died on 15 February 1998 in Dearborn County Hospital, Lawrenceburg, Lawrenceburg Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA, at age 88.2,12 Stanley Bonham Jackson was buried on 18 February 1998 in Gibson Cemetery, Bright, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.8,12
     Stanley Bonham Jackson was listed as a survivor in the obituary of Floyd Stanley Jackson who died 26 August 1958.14,15,16,17,18 Stanley Bonham Jackson was listed as a survivor in the obituary of Nora Elizabeth Bonham who died 1 May 1963.3,19
     In the obituary of Alta Mae Hart who died 26 October 1980, Alta's brother, Stanley Jackson was listed as a survivor.20
     In the obituary of Ruby Rosetta Jackson who died 28 April 1986, Ruby's brother, Stanley Jackson was listed as a survivor.21
     In the obituary of Helen Fern Nowlin who died 30 June 2004, Helen's second husband, Stanley Jackson was listed as predeceased.22

Census Data

     Stanley B appeared on the 1910 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, in the household of John H Jackson, John's grandson.4

Stanley B appeared on the 1920 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of his parents, Floyd S Jackson and Nora E Jackson.5

Stanley B appeared on the 1930 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of his parents, Floyd S Jackson and Nora E Jackson, was listed as a bookkeeper for a garage.6

Stanley Jackson and Vera Marie Jackson appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Harrison Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 12 April 1940, was enumerated as employed for pay, but no occupation was listed. However, on the previous line, Clara J Woods was listed as not being employed, but had an occupation as bookkeeper for a sales and repair garage, so this probably was Stanley's occupation, recorded on the wrong line.. Their daughter Rosella was listed as living with them.7

Family 1

Vera Marie Blasdel b. 24 Feb 1913, d. 27 Nov 1980
Marriage*Stanley married Vera Marie Blasdel on 9 April 1932.2,3,8,9,7 
Child

Family 2

Helen Fern Nowlin b. 21 Dec 1913, d. 24 Jun 2004
Marriage*Stanley married Helen Fern Nowlin on 11 June 1983 in Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.10,11,12,13 

Citations

  1. [S78] Dave Mitchell, online Dave Mitchell - Obsolete web site, Source - David Mitchell, E-Mail Address: e-mail address. Hereinafter cited as Dave Mitchell.
  2. [S223] Chris Hankins, online www.ancestry.com, Chris Hankins (Port Ludlow, WA), downloaded viewed Jan 7, 2001.
  3. [S497] Merrie Rue Smith, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (Garland, TX), downloaded 1975.
  4. [S4802] John H Jackson household, Apr 20, 1910 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 0052, Ancestry.com Roll: T624_345; FHL microfilm: 1374358.
  5. [S4803] Floyd S Jackson household, Feb 3, 1920 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 50, Ancestry.com Roll: T625_428; Image: 990.
  6. [S4800] Floyd S Jackson household, Apr 11, 1930 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 24, Ancestry.com Roll: 582; Image: 945.0; FHL microfilm: 2340317.
  7. [S4804] Stanley Jackson household, Apr 12, 1940 U.S. Census, Provo, Utah, USA, Harrison, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 15-10, Ancestry.com Roll: T627_1035.
  8. [S4199] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave., http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  9. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  10. [S4708] Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder , Lawrenceburg Public Library, Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page; cited as "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder., Stanley Bonham Jackson.
  11. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi Helen Fern Nowlin Lutz.
  12. [S6921] Stanley Jackson, The Journal Press, Aurora, IN, Feb 17, 1998 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Journal Press.
  13. [S6986] Indiana State Library Genealogy Database: Marriages: 1958-2013, online Indiana State Library Genealogy Database: Marriages: 1958-2013, Indiana State Library Genealogy Database: Marriages: 1958-2013. Hereinafter cited as Indiana Genealogy Database: Marriages: 1958-2013.
  14. [S1525] Chris, online unknown url, unknown author (unknown location), viewed Mar 14, 2007.
  15. [S498] Merrie Rue Smith, online unknown url, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (unknown location), downloaded Nov 24, 2000.
  16. [S4708] "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder", online Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page: Floyd S Jackson.
  17. [S4999] Floyd Jackson Dies Suddenly At Home, Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrencebuerg, IN, Aug 28, 1958 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.
  18. [S5000] Floyd S. Jackson, Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrencebuerg, IN, Sep 4, 1958 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,, Floyd S Jackson - 4 Sept 1958 - Lawrenceburg Press. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.
  19. [S4708] "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder", online Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page: Nora E Jackson.
  20. [S6906] Alta Mae Hart, The Journal Press, Aurora, IN, Oct 28, 1980 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Journal Press.
  21. [S6904] Ruby Hart, The Journal Press, Aurora, IN, Apr 29, 1986 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Journal Press.
  22. [S6925] (no title - re: Margaret Millre nee Jackson), The Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrenceburg, IN, May 4, 1882 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.
  23. [S4805] U.S. Cemetery and Funeral Home Collection, online http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx, Rosella Rose Kinkead. Hereinafter cited as US Cemetery & Funeral Home Collection.
  24. [S4807] Rosella "Rose" Kinkead, Jackman-Kercheval-Meyers Funeral Home, Harrison, OH, about 31 Jan 2013, viewed online viewed at http://www.jkmfuneralhome.com,, Rosella "Rose" Kinkead obituary. Hereinafter cited as Jackman-Kercheval-Meyers Funeral Home.

Alta Mae Jackson1,2,3,4

F, #9559, b. 9 October 1911, d. 26 October 1980
Father*Floyd Stanley Jackson1,2,5,3 b. 4 Mar 1881, d. 26 Aug 1958
Mother*Nora Elizabeth Bonham1,2,5,3 b. 22 Jan 1881, d. 1 May 1963
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited10 Nov 2018
     Alta was born on 9 October 1911 in Indiana, USA.1,2,6,7,5,3 Alta married Melvin Ray Hart on 5 September 1936.1,2,7,4 She died on 26 October 1980 in Dearborn County Hospital, Lawrenceburg, Lawrenceburg Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA, at age 69.1,2,6,4
     The following information is extracted from her obituary. Survivor(s): Melvin Hart, Stanley Jackson and Ruby Hart Lutz.4 Alta Mae Jackson was buried on 29 October 1980 in Gibson Cemetery, Bright, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.4
     Alta Mae Jackson was listed as a survivor in the obituary of Floyd Stanley Jackson who died 26 August 1958.8,9,10,11,12 Alta Mae Jackson was listed as a survivor in the obituary of Nora Elizabeth Bonham who died 1 May 1963.2,13
     In the obituary of Melvin Ray Hart who died 15 June 2005, Melvin's first wife, Alta Mae Hart was listed as predeceased.14

Census Data

     Alta M appeared on the 1920 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of her parents, Floyd S Jackson and Nora E Jackson.3

Alta M appeared on the 1930 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of her parents, Floyd S Jackson and Nora E Jackson.5

Alta Mae Harte and Melvin Harte appeared on the 1940 U.S. Federal Census of Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, enumerated 30 April 1940, enumerated as a builder for Johns Manville Home Insulation.7

Family

Melvin Ray Hart b. 29 Jan 1909, d. 15 Jun 2005
Marriage*Alta married Melvin Ray Hart on 5 September 1936.1,2,7,4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S223] Chris Hankins, online www.ancestry.com, Chris Hankins (Port Ludlow, WA), downloaded viewed Jan 7, 2001.
  2. [S497] Merrie Rue Smith, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (Garland, TX), downloaded 1975.
  3. [S4803] Floyd S Jackson household, Feb 3, 1920 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 50, Ancestry.com Roll: T625_428; Image: 990.
  4. [S6906] Alta Mae Hart, The Journal Press, Aurora, IN, Oct 28, 1980 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Journal Press.
  5. [S4800] Floyd S Jackson household, Apr 11, 1930 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 24, Ancestry.com Roll: 582; Image: 945.0; FHL microfilm: 2340317.
  6. [S537] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014, online 1935-2014, ALTA HART 09 Oct 1911 Oct 1980 47025 (Lawrenceburg, Dearborn, IN) (none specified) 294-46-6439 Ohio. Hereinafter cited as SSDI.
  7. [S4798] Melvin Harte household, Apr 30, 1940 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 15-24, Ancestry.com Roll: T627_1035.
  8. [S1525] Chris, online unknown url, unknown author (unknown location), viewed Mar 14, 2007.
  9. [S498] Merrie Rue Smith, online unknown url, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (unknown location), downloaded Nov 24, 2000.
  10. [S4708] Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder , Lawrenceburg Public Library, Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page; cited as "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder., Floyd S Jackson.
  11. [S4999] Floyd Jackson Dies Suddenly At Home, Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrencebuerg, IN, Aug 28, 1958 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.
  12. [S5000] Floyd S. Jackson, Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrencebuerg, IN, Sep 4, 1958 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,, Floyd S Jackson - 4 Sept 1958 - Lawrenceburg Press. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.
  13. [S4708] "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder", online Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page: Nora E Jackson.
  14. [S6908] Melvin Hart, The Harrison Press, Harrison, OH, June 22, 2005 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Harrison Press.

Ruby Rosetta Jackson1,2,3

F, #9560, b. 21 September 1914, d. 28 April 1986
Father*Floyd Stanley Jackson1,2,4,5,3 b. 4 Mar 1881, d. 26 Aug 1958
Mother*Nora Elizabeth Bonham1,2,4,5,3 b. 22 Jan 1881, d. 1 May 1963
Relationship3rd cousin 1 time removed of Richard Graeme Moffat
Last Edited10 Nov 2018
     Ruby was born on 21 September 1914 in Indiana, USA.1,6,7,4,8,5,3 Ruby married Loren Keith Hart on 30 June 1938.1,2,9,4,10
     The following information is extracted from her obituary. Survivor(s): Stanley Jackson.11 She died on 28 April 1986 in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA, at age 71.6,2,7,12,8 Ruby Rosetta Jackson was buried on 1 May 1986 in Gibson Cemetery, Bright, Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana, USA.7,11
     Ruby Rosetta Jackson was listed as a survivor in the obituary of Floyd Stanley Jackson who died 26 August 1958.13,14,15,16,17 Ruby Rosetta Jackson was listed as a survivor in the obituary of Nora Elizabeth Bonham who died 1 May 1963.2,18
     In the obituary of Loren Keith Hart who died 8 November 1971, Loren's wife, Ruby Hart was listed as a survivor.19
     In the obituary of Alta Mae Hart who died 26 October 1980, Alta's sister, Ruby Hart Lutz was listed as a survivor.20

Census Data

     Ruby R appeared on the 1920 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of her parents, Floyd S Jackson and Nora E Jackson.3

Ruby R appeared on the 1930 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of her parents, Floyd S Jackson and Nora E Jackson.5

Ruby appeared on the 1940 Federal Census Miller Twp., Dearborn County, Indiana in the household of her parents, Floyd Jackson and Nora E Jackson.4

Family

Loren Keith Hart b. 3 Feb 1913, d. 8 Nov 1971
Marriage*Ruby married Loren Keith Hart on 30 June 1938.1,2,9,4,10 

Citations

  1. [S223] Chris Hankins, online www.ancestry.com, Chris Hankins (Port Ludlow, WA), downloaded viewed Jan 7, 2001.
  2. [S497] Merrie Rue Smith, online http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (Garland, TX), downloaded 1975.
  3. [S4803] Floyd S Jackson household, Feb 3, 1920 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 50, Ancestry.com Roll: T625_428; Image: 990.
  4. [S4799] Floyd Jackson household, Apr 26, 1940 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller. Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 15-24, Ancestry.com Roll: T627_1035.
  5. [S4800] Floyd S Jackson household, Apr 11, 1930 U.S. census, Provo, Utah, USA, Miller, Dearborn, Indiana; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 24, Ancestry.com Roll: 582; Image: 945.0; FHL microfilm: 2340317.
  6. [S537] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014, online 1935-2014, RUBY LUTZ 21 Sep 1914 Apr 1986 47025 (Lawrenceburg, Dearborn, IN) 47025 (Lawrenceburg, Dearborn, IN) 303-05-3430 Indiana. Hereinafter cited as SSDI.
  7. [S4199] Find A Grave memorial page , Find A Grave, Find A Grave search page; "A database submitted by individuals supposedly of cemetery interments, often from grave memorials or cemetery records and often supplemented by other information, generally without identification of the sources except when a tombstone photo is included."; cited as "Find A Grave., http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi
  8. [S683] Ohio, Death Records, 1908-1932, 1938-2007 (Publisher: Ohio Historical Society and Ohio Department of Health), unknown repository, Ohio, Death Records, 1908-1932, 1938-2007; "This database, with over 5.3 million names, lists those who died between 1908 and 2007 in the state of Ohio. Within that range the coverage is incomplete or missing for 1933-1937 and 1952-1955"; cited as "Ohio, Deaths., Ruby R Lutz.
  9. [S4199] "Find A Grave", online Find A Grave search page: L Keith Hart
    HART

    Grave marker transcription:
    L Keith     1913 - 1971
    Ruby R     1914 - 1986
    Married June 30, 1938.
  10. [S6903] Services Thursday For L. Keith Hart, The Journal Press, Aurora, IN, Nov 9, 1971 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Journal Press.
  11. [S6904] Ruby Hart, The Journal Press, Aurora, IN, Apr 29, 1986 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Journal Press.
  12. [S4708] Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder , Lawrenceburg Public Library, Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page; cited as "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder., Ruby R Hart.
  13. [S1525] Chris, online unknown url, unknown author (unknown location), viewed Mar 14, 2007.
  14. [S498] Merrie Rue Smith, online unknown url, Alta Mae Jackson Hart (unknown location), downloaded Nov 24, 2000.
  15. [S4708] "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder", online Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page: Floyd S Jackson.
  16. [S4999] Floyd Jackson Dies Suddenly At Home, Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrencebuerg, IN, Aug 28, 1958 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.
  17. [S5000] Floyd S. Jackson, Lawrenceburg Press, Lawrencebuerg, IN, Sep 4, 1958 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,, Floyd S Jackson - 4 Sept 1958 - Lawrenceburg Press. Hereinafter cited as Lawrenceburg Press.
  18. [S4708] "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder", online Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page: Nora E Jackson.
  19. [S4708] "Lawrenceburg Obituary Finder", online Lawrenceburg Public Library District Obituary Finder search page: L Keith Hart.
  20. [S6906] Alta Mae Hart, The Journal Press, Aurora, IN, Oct 28, 1980 viewed at Lawrenceburg Public Library,. Hereinafter cited as Journal Press.