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101 Known as "Braggy Bill" because he traded with someone to get a gun and kept bragging about the trade (according to Virginia). William Wallace Morrow
 
102 The Morrows were anti-slavery and Missouri was a slave state. They were living in Clay County, Missouri in 1856, when Braggy Bill was born.  William Wallace Morrow
 
103 William Wallace died at his farm house William Wallace Morrow
 
104 John Powell was named guardian of Charles, Willie, Hattie B. and Albert Flanagan (Flannogan).  Powell John
 
105 Malissa/Melissa Dunn was third wife of John Powell. (?) Powell John
 
106 1885 Census
Labette County Kansas, Neosho

Family #42

William Morrow, 39, born about 1856, Missouri, farmer
Sarah E Morrow, 37, born Illinois
Ollie M Morrow, 14, born Indiana
Almeda M Morrow, 8, born Kansas
Eliga Morrow, 6, born Nansas
Wack ?Mack? Clark, 35, born ??, agricultural Laborer

All Morrows came from Indiana; Clark either came from Indiana Territory or Indian Territory.

Family #44

JW Morrow, 37, born Indiana, farmer
JC Marshall, 65, born Indiana (Meant to say J E Marshall)
Private 
Raymond Jacyntha Evelyn
 
107 1900 Census. Jacinthia Marshall, living in Neosho Township, Labette, Kansas.
Female, age 69, widowed, white, head of household.
Number of living children: 1.
Years married: 8.
Birthdate: Nov 1831, born Indiana.
Marriage Year (estimated) 1892.
Mother's birthplace: Pennsylvania
Father's birthplace: Written, but I can't make it out.
Mother of 3 children.
She can read but not write, can speak english.
Owns farm free and clear, farm schedule #101.

She was living with James Morrow, 42 and single with no living children. He lists Farmer as occupation, can read, write, speak english.
Owns farm free and clear, farm schedule #100 or 108. 
Raymond Jacyntha Evelyn
 
108 Also known as "Jacintha" Raymond Jacyntha Evelyn
 
109 In an 1854 IN deed, her name is Emmaline Jacyntha Morrow. She sold a lot.  Raymond Jacyntha Evelyn
 
110 Virginia says Jacyntha came to KS in a covered wagon with William "Braggy Bill", Web and Ollie, who was a toddler. First they lived on one side of the Neosho River, then they moved to the other side and in 1868 bought the property that became the family farm.  Raymond Jacyntha Evelyn
 
111 went to church in Jeffersonville, IN Raymond Jacyntha Evelyn
 
112 1870 Clark County Indiana Census
Nancy Morow, 50, F, W, keeping house, IN
LA, 23, M, W, Laborer, IN
Joseph W, 20, M, W, Ind
Martha E., 17, F, W, Ind
Thomas, 14, M, W, Ind
Gsavat Lasah, 63, F, W, PA, can't read or write
(name is hard to read. Could be Gravat, Sarah? Gravat family lived nearby.) 
Nancy Raymond
 
113 1880 Census Clark County, Indiana: Nancy, 59, F, White, Widowed, Keeping House. Birthdate 1821, Father's birthpalce: England. Mother's birthplace: Kentucky. Nancy Raymond
 
114 There are TWO Nancy Morrows. One married William Morrow, the other married James Morrow.  Nancy Raymond
 
115 Found record of marriage in Clark County, IN Abstracts of Wills and Executors' Records 1801-1833 and Marriage Records 1807-1824.
Family History Library, SLC
 
Raymond or Rayment Findley (or Finley) R. or Timothy R.
 
116 From Ancestry:
1810 living in Clark County, IN
Name on petition, 1809, to the President and Senate by citizens of Clark County expressing disapproval towards William Henry Harrison as governor because he sanctioned a law "for the Introduction of N 
Raymond or Rayment Findley (or Finley) R. or Timothy R.
 
117 Timothy R Rayment
served as a Private in 1811
2 (Bartholomew's) Reg't
Indiana Territory Militia


Was in the Battle of Tippecanoe.
The Battle of Tippecanoe (/?t?pik??nu?/ tip-ee-k?-noo) was fought on November 7, 1811, in what is now Battle Ground, Indiana, between American forces led by Governor William Henry Harrison of the Indiana Territory and Native American warriors associated with the Shawnee leader Tecumseh. Tecumseh and his brother Tenskwatawa (commonly known as "The Prophet") were leaders of a confederacy of Native Americans from various tribes that opposed US expansion into Native territory. As tensions and violence increased, Governor Harrison marched with an army of about 1,000 men to disperse the confederacy's headquarters at Prophetstown, near the confluence of the Tippecanoe and Wabash Rivers.
 
Raymond or Rayment Findley (or Finley) R. or Timothy R.
 
118 Killed in an auto accident Reno Brian Lee
 
119 Considered a heroine for riding to inform the militia that the British were coming to attack the salt ships arriving on Lake Erie. Sampson Celea
 
120 Several of sons of Sylvenus and Anna Cole served in the Civil war with one losing his life from complications in recovery from a wound received in battle.
Daniel S.
Luther,
Seth and
William all served in the war from Fulton County.
 
Sampson Celea
 
121 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Winterrowd J.D.
 
122 Born in the family farmhouse outside Cherryvale, KS. Wood Leonard Edgar
 
123 Not sure this individual is a child of John and Hulda. Found in notes that says he was in census. Zell Jacob O
 
124 1870 Census
born about 1833, Indiana
in 1870 was living in Rock Creek, Bartholomew, Indiana
John Zell: 37
Hulta Zell: 35
William H Zell: 14
Sarah E Zell: 13
Thomas M Zell: 8
Catharine J Zell: 7
George M Zell: 4
Ino W Zell: 6 months 
Zell John Walter, Sr
 
125 also have birth year as 1841 in notes Zell John Walter, Sr
 
126 also have death date as 20 Sep 1890 Zell John Walter, Sr
 
127 John Zell was drafted into the 38th Indiana Infantry (William Marshall also in 38th), during the Civil War.
Enlistment date is Sept 26 or Oct 1, 1864, Company U.

Mustered out at Louisville, Kentucky, June 29, 1865.

His child, Sarah Zell, filed for a pension July 4 or 6, 1875 
Zell John Walter, Sr
 
128 could be Thomas Morris Zell Thomas Maurice
 
129 Ran a coal yard Zell William H
 
130 Lived near James W. Morrow Family Source: 1850 Census: Clark County, IN
 

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