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1909:  Robert Thomas, request for Civil War Pension increase, written 8 May 1909 probably by wife Addie, but signed by Robert.
1909: Robert Thomas, request for Civil War Pension increase, written 8 May 1909 probably by wife Addie, but signed by Robert.
 
 
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1949 Newspaper article about Raymond Davis, part One
1949 Newspaper article about Raymond Davis, part One
 
 
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1950 Deseret News article about Shelah as square dance caller
1950 Deseret News article about Shelah as square dance caller
 
 
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28 Oct 1916 Addie Davenport:  Civil War widow's pension application, p. 2
28 Oct 1916 Addie Davenport: Civil War widow's pension application, p. 2
 
 
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28 Oct 1916 Addie Davenport: Civil War widow's pension application, p. 1
28 Oct 1916 Addie Davenport: Civil War widow's pension application, p. 1

Addie was unable to obtain a copy of the death certificate of Robert's first wife, Sadie Wilkins, but recalled seeing "the funeral as it passed on the street" and recently visited the tombstone in Round Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion, IN, in order to copy the date of death.

The body of Addie Davenport's pension application was probably written by a clerk in her lawyer's office; she then signed the application.  
 
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<b>Obituary of Eleanor Irene Chase (nee Dunthorn)<b>
Obituary of Eleanor Irene Chase (nee Dunthorn)
 
 
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<i>New York Times</i> obituary
New York Times obituary
Published June 2, 1870 
 
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A Pleasant Birthday Gathering
A Pleasant Birthday Gathering
From the Woman's Exponent March 15, 1899, vol 28 no 14 p 83

Esther Mendenhall Bunnell celebrates her 85th birthday at home of daughter Romania. The piece tells some of the family history. 
 
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A. Ethel Landaal (1905-1992) & Louis F. Voskuil (11906-1990)
A. Ethel Landaal (1905-1992) & Louis F. Voskuil (11906-1990)
Cheboygan, WI Press, Friday, 14 Jul 1933, p.8 
 
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Aaron Deal (1817-1900), Jury duty
Aaron Deal (1817-1900), Jury duty

"Jurors for the Federal Court at Statesville," Charlotte, NC "Democrat," 5 Oct, 1888, p. 2 
 
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Aaron Wells (1827-1911) Death certificate
Aaron Wells (1827-1911) Death certificate
 
 
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Abe - Rockola Patent Disclosure
Abe - Rockola Patent Disclosure
 
 
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Abe Horwitz Draft Registration
Abe Horwitz Draft Registration
 
 
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Abe Horwitz Russian Passport. Gives family name in Russian tells city- his trade- religion- place of residence etc.
Abe Horwitz Russian Passport. Gives family name in Russian tells city- his trade- religion- place of residence etc.
 
 
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Abe Horwitz's Funeral Book of Guests- Page 2
Abe Horwitz's Funeral Book of Guests- Page 2
 
 
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Abe Horwitz's Funeral Book of Guests- Page 3
Abe Horwitz's Funeral Book of Guests- Page 3
 
 
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Abe Horwitz's Funeral Book- Heading Page
Abe Horwitz's Funeral Book- Heading Page
 
 
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Abe Horwitz's- Funeral Book of Guests- Page 1
Abe Horwitz's- Funeral Book of Guests- Page 1
 
 
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Abe Horwitz- official Russian papers- front view. Who knows what this is?
Abe Horwitz- official Russian papers- front view. Who knows what this is?
 
 
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Abe Horwitz- Russian document- back view.
Abe Horwitz- Russian document- back view.
 
 
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Abe Horwitz- Russian passport translated.
Abe Horwitz- Russian passport translated.
 
 
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Abe was a cabinet maker and made Rockola nickelodeans - This is the patent.
Abe was a cabinet maker and made Rockola nickelodeans - This is the patent.
 
 
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Abel Davenport (1847- ) - Civil War record
Abel Davenport (1847- ) - Civil War record

Certificate of Civil War service, dated 20 Nov 1925, indicates that Abel enlisted only fourteen years later on 23 Feb 1864 at "age 18." Abel was most likely only age 16 when he enlisted at Medora, Carr, IN as a Private, Co. G, 17th Inf., Indiana. His unit took part in the siege of Atlanta and in operations in north Georgia and Alabama. Abel, about age 17, was discharged 30 May 1865 at Louisville, KY.

It appears that Abel Davenport re-enlisted after the Civil War in the U.S. Army:

U.S. Army, Register of Enlistments, 1798-1914 (1866 A-O): "Abel Davenport, enlisted 20 Aug 1866 Jeffersonville, [Clark County], IN by Pugh for three years, age 19 b. Abt. 1847 Jefferson County, KY, farmer, gray eyes, brown hair, 5 ft 6 in, unit: Co R, 2d Inf Regt; discharged 9 Aug 1869 (expiration of service) at Huntsville, Al Army Depot."

UNION INDIANA VOLUNTEERS (U.S. National Archives & Record Service)

"17th Regiment, Indiana Infantry
Organized at Indianapolis, Ind., and mustered in June 12, 1861.

2nd Brigade, 2nd Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland, November, 1863. 3rd Brigade, 2nd Cavalry Division, Army of the Cumberland, to October, 1864. 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, Wilson's Cavalry Corps, Military Division Mississippi, to August, 1865.

Service after January 1864:

Atlanta (Ga.) http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga017.htm Campaign May 1 to September 8. Joined Sherman May 10. Battle of Resaca http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga008.htm May 14-15. Movements on Dallas http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga010.htm May 18-25. Near Dallas May 24. Operations on line of Pumpkin Vine Creck and battles about Dallas, New Hope Church and Allatoona Hills May 25-June 5. Big Shanty June 9. Operations about Marietta and against Kenesaw Mountain http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/ga013a.htm June 10-July 2. Noonday Creek June 19. Powder Springs June 20-27. Rottenwood Creek July 4. Chattahoochie River July 5-17. Covington July 22. Siege of Atlanta July 22-August 25. Garrard's Raid to South River July 27-31. Flat Rock Bridge July 28. Lovejoy Station July 29-30. Newnan's July 30. Operations at Chattahoochie River Bridge August 26-September 2. Operations against Hood in North Georgia and North Alabama September 29-November 1. Near Lost Mountain October 4-7. New Hope Church October 5. Dallas October 7. Rome October 10-11. Narrows October 11. Coosaville Road, near Rome, October 13. Near Summerville October 18. Little River October 20. Leesburg and Grove Road Crossing, Ala., October 21. Goshen October 28. Dismounted November 1 and ordered to Louisville, Ky."

Civil War Pension Index: "Abel Davenport, Co. G 17th Ind. Inf, widow Cyanthia Davenport, date of filing: 2 Sep 1881, Application No. 344224 Certificate #295795, State filed: Kentucky."

 
 
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Abraham Lewis Thomas (1842-1912), Death certificate
Abraham Lewis Thomas (1842-1912), Death certificate

Ancestry.com 
 
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Adam Bolick (1755- ), George Deal/Dale (1755-1815), Peter Deal (1770-1828), William Deal (1742-1789), Jacob Deal, Jacob Lanier Setzer (1804-1891)
Adam Bolick (1755- ), George Deal/Dale (1755-1815), Peter Deal (1770-1828), William Deal (1742-1789), Jacob Deal, Jacob Lanier Setzer (1804-1891)

http://www.ncgenweb.us/catawba/landgrants-SE.htm

"SE portion of Lincoln/Burke County Land Grants

At the top right corner of the image, go due west to Henry Miller, then go South to Adam Cook whose first land grant was on Lyles Creek near the Catawba River and just north of current I-40. Simon Jonas is on the West. Isaac Lawrence is on the South. Frederick Shook is on the East. Andrew Shook is on the North. Conover is at the intersection of US-70 and US (business)-321 in the grant of Gilbreath Falls. Newton is just south of there in the grants of Adam Bolick, Albert Corpening, Jacob Deal, Frederick Gaff, Conrad Mingus and William Deal. The land grant of Sebastian Cline is due west of Newton. St. Paul's Lutheran Church is just west of Newton on the head waters of Clarks Creek. The grant is Bostian Cline which has Sebastian Cline on the west and Henry Propst on the north. St. John's Lutheran Church is where the main road north from Conover towards Oxford Dam (Lake Hickory) crosses Lyles Creek. The church land was bought from Henry Pope (Heinrich Papst). The land grant is the Henry Pope grant which is surrounded by William Whitingbert, Melchor Hefner, Jacob Bolick, Robert King and Frederick Shull." 
 

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