Peden Notes 31 (Notes Pages)

Individuals marked with a red dot are direct ancestors of Hosea Ausbrooks Peden

Peden, Mary J. (b. , d. 1852/1856)

Note: Name: Ginger
Email: ashrynat@yahoo.com
Given Name: Mary J.
Change: Date: 9 Feb 2004
Time: 09:34:45

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Chaney, Hiram (b. )
Note: Name: Ginger
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Given Name: Hiram
Change: Date: 9 Feb 2004
Time: 09:34:06

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O'Neal, Martha Frances (b. )
Note: Name: Ginger
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email from Steven O'Neal (steveoneal_66 at yahoo.com), Jan 2009: "I believe this individual's name was Martha Frances O'Neal. Hiram C Chaney and Martha Frances O'Neal had 13 children."
Given Name: Martha Frances
Change: Date: 28 Jan 2009
Time: 17:39:20

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Owings, Emily M. (b. )
Note: Name: Ginger
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Given Name: Emily M.
Change: Date: 16 Jul 2010
Time: 10:07:16

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Chaney, William C. (b. )
Note: Name: Ginger
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1st cousin once removed, of Hiram Chaney
Given Name: William C.
Change: Date: 9 Feb 2004
Time: 09:37:06

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Chaney, Urias Holcomb (b. )
Note: Name: Ginger
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Given Name: Urias Holcomb
Change: Date: 9 Feb 2004
Time: 09:36:54

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Chaney, James David (b. )
Note: Name: Ginger
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Given Name: James David
Change: Date: 9 Feb 2004
Time: 09:40:38

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Chaney, William C. (b. )
Given Name: William C.
Change: Date: 9 Feb 2004
Time: 09:40:52

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Chaney, Emily M. Owings (b. )
Given Name: Emily M. Owings
Change: Date: 9 Feb 2004
Time: 09:41:04

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Clark, George (b. )
Note: From obit of son R.T.
Given Name: George
Change: Date: 15 Jun 2004
Time: 08:17:21

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, Nancy (b. )
Note: From obit of son R.T.
Given Name: Nancy
Change: Date: 15 Jun 2004
Time: 08:17:35

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Kidd, Mabel (b. ABT 1878)
Note: Age 29 at marriage.
Given Name: Mabel
Change: Date: 3 Jan 2005
Time: 20:16:45

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Archer, William H. (b. ABT 1902, d. 1940/1941)
Note: Entry in undated address book of Betty Frank Taylor Churchill:
Mr. William Archer, Camp Atterbury, Indiana. The next entry in the book is Kathleen T. Archer.

1930 census, possible: Chicago, Cook,IL, Radio Salesman, single, 28y, born IL, parents born in IL.

1935 Indianapolis (IN) City Directory: "Wm H (Kathleen D) div slsmgr Ind Bell Tel Co h6230 College av."

1940 Indianapolis (IN) City Directory: "Wm H (Kathleen T) pub office mgr IBTCo h63230 College av"

In Betty's stuff, there were many photos taken probably about 1942/43 as Jack Taylor was entering into the Army Air Forces. None of these photos included William Archer.

I don't know if this William Archer was Kathleen's husband or not. Might even be
a son of her husband. Photos and letters from the early 1940's (about the time that Jack and Betty were married) never mention him although Kathleen used the surname Archer for the rest of her life.

From letters, I know that Kathleen married a third time, to a man named "Lee". This was noted in a letter to Betty Churchill from Kay's sister, Polly Darlington, dated 20 Mar 1949. I don't know if Archer died or if they were divorced.
Given Name: William H.
Change: Date: 26 Aug 2013
Time: 12:08:09

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Owings, Andrew Peden (b. , d. ABT 1906)
Note: email from David Ownings, Feb 2014: "Andrew Peden Owings lived to about 1906."
email from David Owings, Feb 2014: "Both Joshua and Andrew rode with Quantrill."

http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/soldiers/details.asp?txtName=&id=S422889&conflict=Civil+War

Name: Owings, Andrew Peden
Rank: Private
Conflict: Civil War
Side: Confederate
Type of Unit:
Organization:
Name of Unit: General Shelby's Brigade
Alternate Unit Name:
Company:
Period of Service:
Commander: General Shelby
Note:
Record Group: Office of Adjuntant General
Series Title: Index of service records, Confederate, 1861-1865
Box: 109
Reel: s736
Image: View Record

email from David Owings, Nov 2009: "Hello Mark, this was interesting reading. Francis Marion Webb mentioning "Andy" Andrew Peden Owings riding with the "boys" - this is the first time I have seen him mentioned in Civil War activities. And it would suggest that Andrew may well have rode with Quantrill since his father Joshua Holcomb Owings did and his step-mother Martha Elizabeth George Owings brothers did as well.
David"

" The following is copied from: The Oak Grove Webbs,Two Centuries of Genealogy and Biographical Sketches Beginning with Larkin Webb By Samuel C. Webb

Francis Marion Webb was a soldier in the Confederate Army under Generalissimo Robert E. Lee. He was sworn in at Lewisburg, Arkansas on January 1, 1863 in Company C, Colonel Shanks' Regiment, General Shelby's Brigade, Brigadier General Marmaduke's Division, General Price's Corps, Major General Kirby Smith's Western District. He was in his first battle only seven days later. In his own words:

" I was 18 years old Oct. 17, 1862 and on the night of December 3, 1862, I started to the army from near Chapel Hill, in company of Dr. Put Fulkerson, Tom Ragsdale and Jim Peak, old Uncle Dan'l George, Dave Faulkenberry, Tom Faulkenberry, Chauncey Husted, Andy Owings (Andrew Peden Owings), Jim Ives, _______Lawson, and Joseph Perry, our pilot. In the crowd (17 of us) there were two pistols and one gun. We went from there to the Arkansas River through the Federal Lines by traveling at night and lying in the brush by day, and never were attacked, nor had any trouble of any kind. We landed there on Christmas Eve , and I was sworn in on 1st of January 1863. My first battle was on January 8th at Springfield, MO. I enlisted in Company C, Shanks' Regiment, Shelby's Brigade, Marmaduke's Division, Price's Corps. , Trans-Mississippi Department of the Confederate Army. I continued in that command until the day of surrender at Shreveport, LA. I missed only one raid that Shelby made in MO, that was on account of sickness. I never was in hearing of a battle that our command was in, that I was not with them except one, and that was on account of sickenss. I never was wounded, never was hit but once,(shot my coat tail off. Coat tail was on side of horse, I was going toward the enemy) but a ball went so close to my ear that it made it sting--that was at Mark's Mill, Arkansas, on Steele's raid."

The following words about Francis Marion Webb are quoted from a letter by Georgia Payne Webb(Mrs. David M Webb) dated August 8, 1931, that was then read at the annual Webb Reunion:

" It is probable that all who are here today, in this family gathering, knew Francis Marion Webb, who passed away from us February 3, 1930, at the age of eighty-five years. Marion Webb was deeply loyal to the ties of kinship. He loved his family, and this feeling extended further to the families of his brothers and sisters, his cousins, and even his more distant relatives. When he began to grow old, and when his business cares began to grow lighter and he had time for quiet reflection, he often thought about his family connections. He took pleasure in seeing and talking with his relatives. He found that among the many members of the Webb family there were some who were only slightly acquainted with others. He wished that all of them might know and enjoy each other. He conceived the idea that by holding an annual family reunion his wishes for closer family acquaintanceship might be fulfilled. Seventeen years ago Marion Webb talked with some of his relatives about the matter of an annual family reunion, and that year, in October 1914, the first family gathering was held here in this park (at the farm of Samuel D Webb) where we are meeting today. For seventeen years we have been getting better acquainted with each other, appreciating each other more and more, taking greater interest in each other's lives, and finding greater enjoyment in each other's companionship...."

Quoted from "The Oak Grove Webbs--Two Centuries of Genealogy and Biographical Sketches"
Given Name: Andrew Peden
Change: Date: 16 Feb 2015
Time: 19:02:35

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Owings, Margaret (b. 16 Feb 1846, d. 28 Mar 1846)
Note: email from David Ownings, Feb 2014. This means her mother died shortly after she was born.
Given Name: Margaret
Change: Date: 16 Feb 2015
Time: 18:59:50

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George, Martha Elizabeth (b. )
Given Name: Martha Elizabeth
Change: Date: 29 Dec 2004
Time: 13:50:00

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Dowdell, Nathan Henry (b. 1 Apr 1858, d. 22 Mar 1938)
Note: Info from SSAN application 312-22-7005 of daughter Kathleen
In a V-Mail from John Taylor to wife Betty, dated 31 Mar 1944: "Today was my Grandfather Dowdell's birthday."
1900 census, Carbondale, IL, 42y, born Apr 1858, living with them is neice, Fannie Lehapele(?) 21y, born 1880 in IN.
1910 census, Carbondale, IL, 59y
1920 census, Carbondale, IL, 61y

1927 write up in the History of Illinois and her People

1930 census, Carbondale, IL, 72y, widowed, listed with son N.H. Jr., lives in $20,000 house.

Illinois Death Index
DOWDELL NATHAN H N/S UNK 0000093 1938-03-22 JACKSON

Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947 about Nathan Henry Dowdell
Name: Nathan Henry Dowdell
Birth Date: 1 Apr 1858
Birth Place: Silverwood, Indiana
Death Date: 22 Mar 1938
Death Place: Carbondale, Jackson, Illinois
Burial Date: 24 Mar 1938
Burial Place: Carbondale, Jackson, Illinois
Cemetery Name: Oakland
Death Age: 79
Occupation: Tie Co. manager & supt.
Race: White
Marital Status: W
Gender: Male
Residence: Carbondale, Jackson, Illinois
Father Name: Henry Dowdell
Father Birth Place: Virginia
Mother Name: Elizabeth Woody
Spouse Name: Julia Ann Dowdell
Comments: 40y in this state
FHL Film Number: 1818555
Given Name: Nathan Henry
Occupation: Tie Co. manager & supt.
Change: Date: 29 Aug 2013
Time: 22:13:59

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Lucas, Julia Ann (b. Oct 1870, d. 18 Apr 1921)
Note: Info from SSAN application 312-22-7005 of daughter Kathleen
1900 census, Carbondale, IL, 29y, 5 children 5 living, married 13y, born Oct 1870
1910 census, Carbondale, IL, 29y, 7 children 7 living (only 6 listed in census)
1920 census, Carbondale, IL, 50y

1927 mention in the History of Illinois and her People, she died in 1922, the mother of seven children.

1930 census, Carbondale, IL lists only her husband and youngest child, not her.

Illinois Death Index
DOWDELL JULIA F/W UNK 0011514 1921-04-18 JACKSON CARBONDALE 21-04-20
Given Name: Julia Ann
Change: Date: 25 Aug 2013
Time: 20:27:42

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Vanderhoff, Albert Howard (b. 1910)
Note: From Postcard by Eliza to Stella Churchill Jul 1910.
Given Name: Albert Howard
Change: Date: 11 Mar 2005
Time: 19:41:11

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Bryant, Maurice W. (b. ABT Jan 1909)
Note: From postcard by George Bryant to Frank Churchill.
Given Name: Maurice W.
Change: Date: 15 Sep 2006
Time: 15:12:45

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