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151 Alternate birth day of September 21, 1881 Walker, Vada May (I596)
 
152 Alternate birth is 1890
Alternate death is April 1967 
Court, Charles Alvin Jr. (I182)
 
153 Alternate birth place of Noble Co., Kendallville, Indiana

Arleen Swanson was living in Marion, Indiana at the time of her fathers death on March of 1974 
Likes, Arleen Maudie (I1792)
 
154 Alternate death date Nov. 9, 1918 Likes, William Chester (I1664)
 
155 Alternate death date of August 14, 1862 from Suzanne at NOudejans@aol.com Likes, Jacob (I154)
 
156 Alternate death date of August 21, 1909 Gantz, Sarah (I527)
 
157 Alternate death date of June 13, 1965 Witt, Ethel Beatrice (I1378)
 
158 Alternate marriage date August 4, 1903 Family F65
 
159 Anthony Smith Gann IV, a Confederate soldier, died at the end of the Civil War after walking home through the rain with the measles. This was in Alcorn County, Corinth, Mississippi, in June of 1865. Gann, Anthony Smith (I670)
 
160 Around 1958 he lived at 1002 W. 4th Street, North Manchester, Indiana Barton, Ralph (I3033)
 
161 Arthur was living in Goshen, Indiana at the time of his sisters death on 1-27-1985 Simmons, Arthur (I6249)
 
162 As Catherine Rose was under age her father George Rose gave verbal consent to this marrage. Family F206
 
163 At the age of 11 in the year 1870 William L. Hatfield moved to the Sarber farm.
At the age of 17 in the year 1876 he moved to Palestine Indiana and farmed for Aunt Lib.
At the age of 18 in the year 1877 he moved to J. Kibler's farm.
At the age of 19 in the year 1878 he worked for J. Roland on his farm.
At the age of 20 in the year 1879 he farmed for AJ Miller.
At the age of 21 in the year 1880 he butchered for John Miner.
At the age of 22 in the year 1881 he worked for P. Bluie.
At the age of 23 in the year 1882 he worked in Illinois for Iris Butz.
At the age of 24 in the year 1883 he worked for John Lomas.
At the age of 25 in the year 1884 he worked for Bill in Illinois.
At the age of 26 in the year 1885 he married and moved to Claypool Indiana.
At the age of 27 in the year 1886 he moved to Fecks place till the spring, and in the fall of 1886 he moved to Palestine Indiana.
At the age of 33 in the year 1892 in the fall he moved to Warsaw Indiana and lived there 13 years.
He moved to Mishawaka Indiana in 1905.
In the spring of 1907 he moved to South Bend, Indiana and in the fall traded barber shop and went on Division St.
In fall of 1908 built barber shop on Michigan St, and commenced work on Saturday June 16, 1909 
Hatfield, William Lafayette (I25)
 
164 Bayless and Laura purchased the Gann place, about two miles south of Veal Creek Cemetery. They paid $30 cash plus a wagon and team and a note for $280. Bayless was a farmer,also raised horses, and was active as a member of a local school
board. Records show her served the Harmony School(Bee Branch later) as a trustee in 1907. In 1909 Bayless purhased property on Duff Prairie and built a house. They soon sold this property and via a wagon and hack the family journeyed into
Louisiana for about three months. Earnest became extremely sick with a fever: Bayless sold everything, put the family on a train and returned to Stephens County. In 1911 they traveled to Port Lavaco, Texas, via wagon, paid $500 down on some
ground for farming. After a brief stay, they traveled to Tyler, Texas, visited Laura's family there, and then returned to Veal Creek. The old homeplace was occupied by kinfolks, so they lived in a half-dug-out in the canyon just south of Veal
Creek cemetery. In late 1912, the moved to Malvern, Arkansas. While in Arkansas, they journeyed to Florida via covered wagon, for a bried stay. They then returned to Tullo, Arkansas, sold out and returned to the Veal Creek community, living
briedly with the E.L. Cretsinger family(their olders daughter). They then rented a farm south of Ivan. In 1927 Bayless and Laura moved into Graham. 
Gann, Bayless Pinkney (I681)
 
165 Bessie Rhinesmith was living in Stroh, Indiana at the time of her fathers death in 1921
Bessie Rhinesmithe was living in Noble Co., Indiana at the time of her mothers death in 1911 
Likes, Bessie Belle (I94)
 
166 Beverly lists Laurine's date of birth 13 days before her sister Ilo. It is possible that Laurine was born in 1916. Swartz, Laurine (I2256)
 
167 Beverly Shanks notes state this infant died at birth and was buried in its mothers arms. The death date she has for the infants mother do not match the death date for the infant. Hinds (I2301)
 
168 Birth record located in Kosciusko Co. Indiana book 48 page 51
SS#306-28-2525 
Hatfield, Burl Eursell (I30)
 
169 Birth record pg 216 Vol. 9, Young Co., Texas Taylor, Nancy Theola (I1397)
 
170 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F933
 
171 book 155 page 101 St. Joseph Co., Indiana Family F627
 
172 Cannot prove this is Charles father at this time. Information taken from Burch Millican Family Tree on Ancestry.com. Millican, Moses (I7584)
 
173 Cannot prove this is Charles father at this time. Information taken from Burch Millican Family Tree on Ancestry.com. Scarborough, Cynthia Ann (I7585)
 
174 Cannot prove this is Malinda's father at this time. Information taken from Martin & Dixit-our family tree on Ancestry.com.

He and his wife are also living next door to Malinda Millican and her family in the 1860 United States Federal Census for Clifton, Bosque Co., Texas 
Burch, Elijah (I7276)
 
175 Cannot prove this is Malinda's father at this time. Information taken from Martin & Dixit-our family tree on Ancestry.com.

He and his wife are also living next door to Malinda Millican and her family in the 1860 United States Federal Census for Clifton, Bosque Co., Texas 
May, Phoebe (I7277)
 
176 Catherine Childs was living in Wakefield, Nebraska at the time of her brother Joseph Likes death in 1921 Likes, Catherine Jane (I118)
 
177 Celia was living in Traverse city, Michigan in Sept of 1901 Walker, Cecilia S. (I525)
 
178 Center Cemetary located Rd 950 S. Lake Twp (D.A.R. Records, Mentone Vol 2) Arian (I39)
 
179 Charles was living in Garrett, Indiana at the time of his brother George's death in 1928 Walker, Charles W. (I528)
 
180 Christopher and Mary Walker moved to Morrow county, Ohio in 1819 according to the obit of Henry Walker their son, and their bio in the History of Noble County. Walker, Christopher (I516)
 
181 Church Affillation was Evangelical Schaub, Henry Sr. (I172)
 
182 Clyde was living near Kendallville, Indiana at the time of his fathers death in 1921
Clyde was living in Noble Co., Indiana at the time of his mothers death in 1911 
Likes, Clyde Norman (I92)
 
183 Cornelius was living in Albion, Indiana at the time of his brother Georges death in 1928 Walker, Cornelius (I534)
 
184 Dan was living near Noble Co., Indiana at the time of his sister Rosetta Uhl Likes death in 1942 Uhl, Dan (I6252)
 
185 Danny was living in Garrett, Indiana at the time of his mothers death on 1-27-1985 Likes, Danny Linn (I1804)
 
186 David lived in Ft. Wayne, Indiana in 1994 Swartz, David (I6117)
 
187 Dean lived in Joliet Illinois in 1962 Hoffman, Dean K. (I2195)
 
188 death record volumn # 2158 Certificate # 5325 Wagner, Sarah (I436)
 
189 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6123)
 
190 Died in a car accident along Redfield Road, east of Ironwood, in Milton Twp. Michigan . Michigan State Police said Likes was killed when he apparently was thrown from the vehicle as it crashed into a ditch. His body was found lying next to
the auto about 8:30 a.m.

Investigating officers said they found the engine still running and the rear seat afire. They believe the victim may have lost a cigarette, and was trying to locate it when the accident happened.

Likes was dead on arrival at 9:95 a.m. Saturday at Pawating Hospital, Niles. 
Likes, Alfred Kenneth Sr. (I828)
 
191 Died in childbirth Barger, Mary Ann (I159)
 
192 Died of cancer. Allen, Leon Edward (I1096)
 
193 Died when he fell 125 feet from the top of an abondoned smokestack owned by the Kamm & Shellinger Brewery company on North Center street in Mishawaka at 10:00 a.m.

The accident occurred when scaffolding upon which the men were working collapsed on the rim of the smokestack .

Alfred and Dolly Likes filed for divorce on 11/14/1927 but it was dismissed. 
Likes, Alfred Dee (I76)
 
194 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2373)
 
195 Donald lived in Huntertown, Indiana in 1988. Hoffman, Donald (I6020)
 
196 Dotolynn's maiden name is Mathews due to the fact that her father was adopted by his stepfather and his name became Mathews. Mathews, Dotolynn June (I1222)
 
197 Drowned in boating accident on Skyhawk Lakle in Cass, Co., Michigan Hatfield, Lawrence Leroy (I477)
 
198 During his lifetime, Smith lived in Ivan, South Bend, Tonk Valley and Graham. He worked as a teamster with freight wagons and with stump pullers in clearing new ground in Stephens and Young Counties. He was also a trucker and kept the ranchers supplied with cattle feed, especially through the winter when cake would be in such a demand. In his early years he also worked with his brothers as a butcher. Especially during the oil field boom days around Ivan, Caddo and Breckenridge, they would supply fresh meat to the oil field camps, boarding houses, and grocery stores. Gann, Smith Monroe (I613)
 
199 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1506)
 
200 e-mail diane@superiorbuildings.com Source (S69)
 

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