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201 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I767)
 
202 Elizabeth Carter married Samuel Gann(I) in about 1726. They were early colonists in the northern neck of the Colony of Virginia. The area, Frederick County, extended from settlements on the Atlantic Coast to a vast uncharted wilderness. Only sturdy, hardy people were brave enough to venture into the interior of this land and carve out a home so far from civilization. Elizabeth and Samuel(I) had six known children, five sons and one daughter. Older sons had married and grandchildren arriving when Samuel(I) died in 1760.
1764 - 22 Mar 1764 swore statement from widow, Elizabeth Gan, that she sold to Andrew Longacre of Frederick County, Virginia, a certain tract of land lying under the North Mountain on the drains of Cedar Creek, joining the property of John Blair. wit: Adam Gan, Joseoh Longacre. 
Carter, Elizabeth (I624)
 
203 Elvina Hoffman was living north of Albion, Indiana in Sept 1901 Walker, Elvina Mary (I513)
 
204 Elzy had a syrup mill on Veal Creek. He was a farmer and active in community programs. Cretsinger, Elzy Layne (I715)
 
205 Emory was living in Waterloo, Indiana at the time of his fathers death in 1974 Likes, Emory Charles (I361)
 
206 Ephriam Walker was living in Ohio in Sept of 1901 Walker, Ephriam (I586)
 
207 Funeral handled by McKee-Miles Funeral Home Shaffer, Elizabeth Mary (I2738)
 
208 George farmed in Noble County and later moved in the spring of 1880 to a farm near Wakefield Nebraska. Then he was in hardware and later in the lumber and coal business at Wakefield.

He bought his first car at the age of 75. 
Childs, George (I194)
 
209 George W. is listed in the 1880 Noble Co., Wayne, Indiana census age 43 born Ohio. He is living with his parents William and Mary Acton. His occupation is listed as farmer. His three children Elora, Norman and Arthur are living with his brother and sister-in-law Ephriam and Mary Acton. Acton, George Washington (I2049)
 
210 Gladys filed for divorce on 11/27/1944 but it was dismissed and they went on to have three more children. Likes, Gladys Marie (I8)
 
211 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5655)
 
212 Got phneumonia while making maple syrup in March 1866 and never recovered. He met Sarah Ann in Richland County Ohio. They were Pennsylvania Dutch. They lived in Ohio for five years then moved to Indiana in about 1846. He bought an 80 acre farm ar $2 and acre, 4 1/2 miles northeast of Kendallville.

Lulu says he died Nov. 21, 1865. Charles says Dec. 1866. His will was signed on Nov. 14, 1865 and recorded on June 5, 1866. 
Acton, George Washington (I129)
 
213 Hatfield, A.R. Submitted by: Mona Sarratt-Knight

A.R. HATFIELD, one of the leading merchants of Coon Rapids, and an active and enterprising citizen, is a native of Indiana, born in Warsaw, Kosciusko County, December 5, 1841, a son of Richard and Catherine (Rose) Hatfield. They were the parents of 14 children, our subject being the eldest child. He was reared to manhood in his native county, remaining there until the fall of 1861, when he went to White County, Indiana.

On July 9, 1862, he enlisted in defense of the Union and was asigned to Company K, 5th Indiana Cavalry, participating in all the engagements in which his regiment took part. He was in the Georgia campaign where his regiment lost 450 men at Macon, who were either taken prisoner of killed, and was also in the Morgan campaign after that noted rebel raider, Morgan. Mr. Hatfield served as Bugler the greater part of the time while in the service. He received an honorable discharge in June 1865. He then went to Jasper County, Iowa, where his parents had removed during the War.

He followed farming from 1866 until 1871 and in September of the latter year, he engaged in the mercantile business at Vandalia, Iowa. He remained at Vandalia until 1880 where he was variously engaged, when he removed to Audubon County, Iowa, locating at Biola Center, where he was engaged in improving a new farm, and at the same time carried on a general mercantile business, establishing a good trade.

In September, 1882, Mr. Hatfield came to Coon Rapids, Carroll Co., where he has since made his home. He is a man of good business ability and has met with excellent success in his mercantile pursuits. He carries a large stock of goods, worth about $12,000, his annual sales amounting to some $25,000.

Mr. Hatfield was united in Marriage March 14, 1875, to Miss Mary M. Yager, daughter of Albert Yager of Jasper County, Iowa. Since becoming a resident of Coon Rapids, Mr. Hatfield has taken an active interst in the improvement of the town and has given liberally of his means toward any enterprise for its advancement. Beside the business house in which he is located, he owns two houses and four lots in the town, and a well improved farm of 120 acres in Audubon County. He is a member of the Grand Army of the Republic, and was the first commander of the post at Coon Rapids.

Source:

1887 History of Carroll County Iowa, page 618 
Hatfield, Albert R. (I1886)
 
214 He died at the age of three years. Price, Arthur (I1486)
 
215 He died in the Park Ave. Hotel fire.

In the 1880 Wayne, Noble Co., Indiana census Norman is living with uncle Ephriam, his wife Mary and brother Arthur Acton age 9 and sister Flora age 7. These are the children of Ephriam's brother George W. Acton and wife Mollie Strater. 
Acton, Norman Arthur (I2124)
 
216 He moved to Ellaville Georgia in 1918 Hoffman, John (I540)
 
217 He moved to Phoenix, Arizona around 1918

In the 1880 Wayne, Noble Co., Indiana census Norman is living with uncle Ephriam, his wife Mary and brother Norman Acton age 9 and sister Flora age 7. These are the children of Ephriam's brother George W. Acton and wife Mollie Strater. 
Acton, William Arthur (I2125)
 
218 He was a member of the First Evangelical united Brethren Church for 55 years Arent, Wilhelm Frank (I1695)
 
219 He was Admin. of Emma hoffmans estate Hoffman, Allen C. (I542)
 
220 He was know as the largest man in the country, his weight being over 500 pounds. Walker, George Washington (I524)
 
221 Henry is living with his brother William and family in Seward Twp Kosciusko Co., Indiana in the 1860 census. He is listed as a laborer

Henry and wife Gertrude are listed in the 1880 Kosciusko Co., Palestine, Indiana census with no children. He is listed as a day laborer and he is just down the road from brother William's place. 
Hatfield, Henry F. (I280)
 
222 Hester Evans came to America with her parents in 1650. Her father died shortly after arrival. Evans, Hester (I917)
 
223 His plane was shot down near Rabal Harbor in the Pacific on Nov. 11, 1943, and he died in a Japanese prison camp. His body was never recovered. After the war, Murl and Ethel Hatfield met a man who was in the POW camp with Uncle Hotts. Missing since Nov. 11, 1943 Preusumed dead. Burrus, Harlan J. (I22)
 
224 I cannot find a death record for Hester A. Frame Lowrance, or Mollie Lowrance. I have not been able to find a grave site for them either. It is possible that they both died in childbirth.

Hester A. Frame Lowrance just disappears after 1877, the year Robert Lee Ander, her youngest son is born. In the 1880 census John Nelson and the three children William Thomas, Harvey Curtis and Robert Lee Ander are living in a boarding house in Coryell, Texas and John states he is a widower.

I have not been able to find a marriage record for John Nelson Lowrance and Mollie Bryant. In the 1900 Census John Nelson Lowrance shows up in Coke, Texas also a widower with two children Ollie Lowrance and John Lowrance. The death record for Ollie and John shows their father as John Nelson Lowrance and their mother as Mollie Bryant, so this is the basis I have her as his second wife. 
Lowrance, John Nelson (I7084)
 
225 In 1819 he moved with his parents to Morrow Co., Ohio, where he grew to manhood.

In 1842, Henry and Catherine Davis Walker moved to Noble County, Indiana, settling on the farm. 
Walker, Henry (I517)
 
226 In 1876 had a farm in Palestine Indiana Hatfield, Elizabeth (I284)
 
227 In 1908 he was living in Denver Co., Colorado Acton, Norman Erwin (I2232)
 
228 In 1908 she lived in Denver Co., Colorado Acton, Maude (I2231)
 
229 In 1923 she lived in LaGrange, Indiana Hoffman, Jennie M. (I543)
 
230 In 1931 she was living in Tarrant Co., Fort Worth, Texas Williams, Ella (I3313)
 
231 In 1973 he was living in St. Louis MO. Marshal, Robert (I2460)
 
232 In November of 1879 Samuel A. Hatfield is still listed as a minor in the guardianship papers filed by Eli Plummer in Kosciusko Co., Indiana Hatfield, Samuel Arthur (Artie) (I1007)
 
233 In papers from Beverly Shank she has birth year as 1845 Acton, Nathaniel T. (I904)
 
234 In the 1860 Huron Co., Ohio census Gersham age 48 is living in the household of his parents Abel and Phebe Richardson. William Price age 17 is also living in this household. Richardson, Gershom (I1451)
 
235 In the 1880 Benton, Holt Co., Missouri census Barbary Acton Kunkle age 63 born in Maryland is listed as head of household. Living in this household were her sons Henry age 40 born in Ohio and Darius age 20 born in Missouri. Her brother Henry B. Acton and his wife Aurilla were also living here. Acton, Barbara (I825)
 
236 In the 1880 Benton, Holt Co., Missouri census Barbary Acton Kunkle age 63 born in Maryland is listed as head of household. Living in this household were her sons Henry age 40 born in Ohio and Darius age 20 born in Missouri. Her brother Henry B. Acton and his wife Aurilla were also living here. Kunkel, Darius W. (I900)
 
237 In the 1880 Benton, Holt Co., Missouri census Barbary Acton Kunkle age 63 born in Maryland is listed as head of household. Living in this household were her sons Henry age 40 born in Ohio and Darius age 20 born in Missouri. Her brother Henry B. Acton and his wife Aurilla were also living here. Kunkel, Henry (I901)
 
238 In the 1880 Benton, Holt Co., Missouri Henry age 75 born in Maryland is listed as living in the household of his sister Barbara Acton Kunkle. Also living is this household were her sons Darius Kunkle age 20 born in Missouri, and Henry Kunkle age 40 born in Ohio His wife Aurilla Acton age 65 born in New York was also living in this household. Acton, Henry VII (I826)
 
239 In the 1880 Berrien Co., Sodus, Michigan census Abigal is living with her son Jacob C. Likes and family. She states she is 67 and born in Ohio. Childs, Abigal (I116)
 
240 In the 1880 census Alfred is listed as a farmer. Steele, Alfred Henry (I45)
 
241 In the 1880 census for Noble Co, Wayne Indiana William is listed as a farmer age 70 born Maryland with his wife Mary age 65 born Ohio and son George W. Acton age 43 born Ohio.

In notes from Beverly Shank his middle name is listed as Christopher, and his birth place as Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania. 
Acton, William Cornelius Jr. (I174)
 
242 In the 1880 census for Noble Co., Indiana Levi is listed as a farmer along with wife Mary M. and sons Herman D. and William R. Acton

He lived in Dixon Co., Nebraska in 1908

Levi Acton is mention in the will of his sister-in-law Mollie Strater Acton. 
Acton, Levi Walker (I399)
 
243 In the 1880 Michigan census his daughter Abigal states her father was born in England Childs, James (I140)
 
244 In the 1880 Milford, Lagrange Co., Indiana census Christopher age 39 born in Ohio is listed as head of household with wife Mary age 28 born in Ohio and children Minor age 19 born in Indiana, Chester age 16 born in Indiana, Bert age 14 born in Indiana and Della age 8 born in Indiana. Also in this household was Mary Krieger house servant age 17 born in Ohio. Childs, Mary Jane (I197)
 
245 In the 1880 Milford, Lagrange Co., Indiana census Christopher age 39 born in Ohio is listed as head of household with wife Mary age 28 born in Ohio and children Minor age 19 born in Indiana, Chester age 16 born in Indiana, Bert age 14 born in Indiana and Della age 8 born in Indiana. Also in this household was Mary Krieger house servant age 17 born in Ohio. Acton, Christopher C. (I398)
 
246 In the 1880 Milford, Lagrange Co., Indiana census Christopher age 39 born in Ohio is listed as head of household with wife Mary age 28 born in Ohio and children Minor age 19 born in Indiana, Chester age 16 born in Indiana, Bert age 14 born in Indiana and Della age 8 born in Indiana. Also in this household was Mary Krieger house servant age 17 born in Ohio. Acton, Minor (I414)
 
247 In the 1880 Milford, Lagrange Co., Indiana census Christopher age 39 born in Ohio is listed as head of household with wife Mary age 28 born in Ohio and children Minor age 19 born in Indiana, Chester age 16 born in Indiana, Bert age 14 born in Indiana and Della age 8 born in Indiana. Also in this household was Mary Krieger house servant age 17 born in Ohio. Acton, Burt (I415)
 
248 In the 1880 Milford, Lagrange Co., Indiana census Christopher age 39 born in Ohio is listed as head of household with wife Mary age 28 born in Ohio and children Minor age 19 born in Indiana, Chester age 16 born in Indiana, Bert age 14 born in Indiana and Della age 8 born in Indiana. Also in this household was Mary Krieger house servant age 17 born in Ohio. Acton, Della J. (I416)
 
249 In the 1880 Milford, Lagrange Co., Indiana census Christopher age 39 born in Ohio is listed as head of household with wife Mary age 28 born in Ohio and children Minor age 19 born in Indiana, Chester age 16 born in Indiana, Bert age 14 born in Indiana and Della age 8 born in Indiana. Also in this household was Mary Krieger house servant age 17 born in Ohio. Acton, Chester (I417)
 
250 In the 1880 Wayne, Noble Co., Indiana census Clarence age 10 born in Indiana is listed with his parents Joseph and Mary J. Likes. Also listed in this household are brothers Homer age 4 born in Indiana, Erman age 2 born in Indiana, Elmore (Linus) age 8 months born in Indiana and sister Cora age 6 born in Indiana.

From 1908 Noble Co. Directory: Clarence Likes and Rosetta, teamster 541 Wood also in the household Frank a fireman and Verne.

Clarence was living near Kendallville, Indiana at the time of his fathers death in 1921 Clarence was living in Noble Co., Indiana at the time of his mothers death in 1911 
Likes, Clarence Sylvester (I84)
 

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