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50451 World War II Young American Patriots, 1941-1945
Name: Charles T Nichols Junior
Rank: Private
Branch: United States Marine Corps
Birth Date: 9 Sep 1925
Service Date: 29 Dec 1943
Parent 1 Name: Mr.
Parent 2 Name: Mrs. C T Nichols
State: Virginia 
Nichols, Charles Talbott Jr (I2596)
 
50452 World War II Young American Patriots, 1941-1945
Name: Claude J Compton
Rank: Private First Class
Branch: United States Army
Birth Date: 22 Feb 1914
Service Date: 14 Apr 1943
Parent 1 Name: Mr.
Parent 2 Name: Mrs. E J Compton
Spouse Name: Mrs. Ruth Compton
State: Virginia 
Compton, Corporal Claude Jackson (I1110)
 
50453 World War II Young American Patriots, 1941-1945
Name: George Allen Sneed
Rank: Staff Sergeant
Branch: United States Army
Birth Date: 22 Feb 1922
Service Date: 13 Dec 1942
Parent 1 Name: Mr.
Parent 2 Name: Mrs. F G Sneed
State: North Carolina
County: Vance 
Sneed, Staff Sergeant George Allen (I1531)
 
50454 World War II Young American Patriots, 1941-1945
Name: Wilbur T Elmore
Rank: Private First Class
Branch: United States Army
Birth Date: 23 Aug 1912
Parent 1 Name: Mrs. Cora Elmore
Spouse Name: Mrs. Margaret H Elmore
State: Virginia 
Elmore, Wilbur Thomas Jr (I1237)
 
50455 World War II Young American Patriots, 1941-1945
about Alvin Ronald Eby
Name: Alvin Ronald Eby
Rank: Cox.
Branch: United States Navy
Birth Date: 23 Feb 1914
Service Date: 28 Jan 1944
Parent 1 Name: Mr. H. W. Eby
Spouse Name: Mrs. Evelyn Mae Snyder Eby
State: West Virginia
County: Monongalia

 
Eby, Alvin Ronald (I272008475297)
 
50456 Writer Unknown:

He served under Captain Roland, possibly his grandfather, his mothers father. He was in the American Army when the British took New York City in 1776. 
Eby, Samuel (I521102655)
 
50457 Writer unknown:

I think possibly, Captain Roland was Peters grandfather, his mothers father. He was in the American Army when the British took New York City in 1776. 
Eby, Peter (I521102651)
 
50458 Written 4 March 1780, Halifax County, Virginia. See Halifax Co. Willbook 1, pg. 312. Probated by the court of Halifax County on 18 May 1780.

I have attempted to represent the text accurately, though it was not possible to use the obsolete "long-s" characters found in the manuscript. The copy I transcribed preserves these and certain visible erasures which I may one day incorporate when the required browser capability is available.

In general, the text is clear and very legible.

Anthony Buckner is a well-known mystery in Buckner genealogy. His family is fairly well documented in the parish registers of St. Paul's Parish in Stafford County, VA, at least by the standards of 18th century records. This documents the birth of his and Amy's daughter Parthenia (14 Oct 1758), the marriage of "Anthony Buckner Thomas" to Amy Powell (20 Apr 1755), and the birth of "Anthony Buckner son of Jane Kelley alias Thomas" (30 Apr 1731) (All from St. Paul's Parish Register: Stafford-King George Counties, Virginia, 1715-1798, J.B.C. Nicklin, ed., Clearfield Press (date uncertain) - unattributed copies of the same transcriptions have also been published elsewhere).

The usual interpretation of this is that Anthony was the illegitimate son of Jane Kelly and an unknown Buckner. I would go a little further and surmise that Jane Kelly was the widow of Wilford Kelley, who died 24 Aug 1728 (ibid.). Wilford and Jane Kelly had a son Thomas born in 1728 and a daughter Sarah in 1721, and I would also surmise that Jane's maiden name was Thomas. It's not impossible that she was the same Jane Kelly who married Henry Smith on 24 Sep 1733 either, though this connection seems more tenuous.

On the Buckner side, there were numerous Buckners in the parish, and the conventional register transcription records the deaths of two different Anthony Buckners on 21 Mar 1733/4 and 1 Dec 1734. This double death record has led some to suspect errors in the transcription, though in any case there was an Anthony Buckner there in the parish who could reasonably be the father of the present Anthony Buckner. Because an Anthony Buckner is said to have witnessed the estate of John Bulling on Apr 27, 1734 (though I cannot confirm this from the original), the latter death date is probably that of the adult Anthony Buckner, and I have a vague suspicion that the earlier death date was for his son if it is correct. The relationships of these Buckners to the 17th century immigrant brothers John and Phillip Buckner is unclear, though as the earliest Buckner recorded in the register is Robert Buckner (d. 25 Oct 1718) it is natural to suppose that at least some of them descended from Phillip, who named sons Robert and Andrew in his will. Beyond that point, there are several theories, but solid data is lacking. An important question is whether the Robert Buckner who died in 1718 was Robert, Phillip's son, or perhaps Robert's son or even a nephew or cousin. There seems to be a more or less continuous string of records of Robert Buckners from around 1710 up into the late 1720s, but it turns out that the later ones belong to a wholly different Robert Buckner ("of Gloucester County"), who now appears to be a hitherto undocumented son of Thomas Buckner of Gloucester. Thus Robert, Phillip's son, is probably the one who died in 1718 and can be ruled out as Anthony Buckner Thomas's father. Another possibility is that some or all these Buckners in the parish register were children of Anthony Buckner, a contemporary of Robert's who lived in Stafford Co. as late as 1708 and was married to an Ellis. This Anthony may have been the son of the elder Anthony Buckner, who apparently died around 1689 and was probably an immigrant brother of John and Phillip Buckner. However, one other thing we should take into account is that Wilford Kelley's land was located near the Upper Machodoc Creek (now in King George Co.) which is very close to where Phillip lived and on the other side of the county from where Anthony's land was (on the Aquia Creek). William Buckner's land was also in this area, and by 1731 it had descended to his younger son John, who died in 1748 without (known) issue. The list of known male Buckners that would likely have been living in that area thus includes John (son of William, son of John the immigrant), Peyton (probably a son of Robert, but this is uncertain), Anthony Jr. (d. 1734), and another John Buckner who died in 1752. This last John had a sister named Sarah who married Thomas Price. After John's only child Susan (or Susannah) died in 1755, his land was inherited by his sister, so it is clear that Sarah (Buckner) Price was the only legitimate descendant of their father who was alive in 1756. This means that Peyton and John (d. 1752) could not be brothers, as Peyton's children were then still alive. Some evidence suggests that Peyton and John were coheirs of Phillip's 90-odd acre property on Gambo Creek (near Upper Machodoc), which would seem to imply that one was the son of Robert and one was the son of Andrew, though it is not clear which was which. The occurrence of the name "Anthony" is clearly an important clue though. Peyton had a son named Anthony as well, to complicate things. Thus we really have 4 decent possibilities for Anthony Buckner Thomas' father. Anthony Jr. is attractive simply because of the names, plus the likelihood that he had no other offspring, which could explain the apparent legitimization of Anthony Buckner Thomas (and his wealth), but any of the other three John, Peyton, or John is attractive based on the geographic proximity to Wilford Kelley's land.

In Halifax county, Anthony Buckner and/or Thomas is also known from a Feb 1769 court record there in which he was assigned to road service as a corvee, under the name "Anthony Buckner" (the "Thomas" part seems to have disappeared after he left Stafford County).(Halifax Co. VA Plea Book 6, p. 273) [LDS Microfilm 31921, Item 1])

An interesting thing to note is that Anthony was, to judge from his estate, quite successful as a planter. If I might suggest a scenario, it seems to me that Anthony Buckner/Thomas may have ended up being the only surviving son of Anthony Buckner, legitimate or otherwise, and perhaps his father decided to pass on his estate to his bastard, lacking any other close heirs. We should keep in mind though that there were two other Buckners of the same generation from the same area, Peyton and Anthony (later of Wood Co. VA), and the question of the parentage of all three is very open. At any rate, land doesn't appear out of thin air, so it seems likely that Anthony Buckner/Thomas came into a reasonable inheritance at some point in his life.

Several Prince William Co. VA records seem to refer to him as well, particularly one in 1765 where "Anthony Buckner Kelley" and his wife Amy sold 300 acres to Francis Jackson for 25 pounds. The deed indicates that it was part of a parcel of 590 acres they bought from Mason and Mary Bennett in 1760. Deeds from 1766 and 1767 refer to his property line. It is worth noting that Anthony Buckner the immigrant (d.ca. 1689) in 1672 received a 2506 acre patent in Stafford County, which he still owned as of 1689 just before his death, so if Anthony Buckner/Thomas/Kelley had inherited that patrilineally from Anthony Jr. and Anthony Sr., then he may have sold that or some portion of it to buy the 590 acres in PWCo. Unfortunately, Stafford Co. records are quite fragmentary from that period, so there are no records known which indicate when and by whom the ~500 acre Stafford plot was disposed of.

Two Halifax deeds from 15 June 1769 and 19 April 1770 also refer to Anthony Buckner's property (Marian Dodson Chiarito, Halifax County, Virginia Deed Book 7 (1767-(1770), p. 365 & 504). Thus they seem to have moved to Halifax in the late 1760s.

A last curious Prince William Co. record indicates that a deed was proved on 1 Mar 1784 by Anthony Buckner. As Anthony Buckner/Thomas/Kelley was dead by then, this probably either was Anthony Buckner later of Wood Co. VA or Anthony Buckner Jr. I don't think Anthony Buckner Jr. was of age by this time, so most likely the former.

In 1782, his widow Amy (Powell) Buckner was enumerated in the Virginia census in Halifax with 10 "white" individuals and 3 "black" individuals. She appears consistently in Halifax tax records at least to 1810. There is a similar 1785 entry for "Avery Backner" (according to the transcription) with 10 "white souls", which is probably her. A 1789 Halifax personal property tax list has "Amey Bucknal" (p.3, taken on July 6th) with herself as the only "white above 21" with 2 whites between 16 and 21 and 8 blacks over 21. In the same tax list, a Thomas Buckner is also listed as a "white above 21" living in the household of George Carrington (p. 6). The long-lived Amey Buckner appears again in page 3 of the 1798 Halifax personal property tax list (2 whites over 16 and 3 blacks), as does Thomas (2 whites over 16 and 2 blacks), as does an "Ellett" Buckner (p.2, with 1 white over 16, perhaps one of the many Aylett Buckners). "Anthoney Buckner", almost certainly the son in the will, appears in 1800 in nearby Pittsylvania Co. as the only white over 16 in the household.

Thomas and "Ellett" Buckner, probably originally "Aylett," do not appear to be Anthony's sons, but it seems possible that they're related somehow. Thomas first appears in Halifax tax lists in 1785 and had at least two sons, of whom Ellett was certainly one. Ellett Buckner of Pittsylvania was also acquitted of a burglary charge brought by Virginia in 1826. They seem to have been neighbors of Bartlett Estes in the Coles Ferry area (north Halifax); in the 1798 Halifax marriage of William Mullins and Frankey Estes, dau. of Bartlett, "Aylett Buckner" was a surety and Thomas Buckner a witness, which would seem to confirm that "Ellet" was one of the many, many Aylett Buckners wandering around Virginia at the time. A Thomas Buckner also witnessed Bartlett Estes's 1803 Halifax will. Thomas Buckner in nearby Rockingham Co. NC in the 1800 census was too young to have been Thomas in the early Halifax tax lists, but it seems likely that they were father and son. A third Buckner in probably the same generation was Phillip Buckner who married Parthena Gresham in Halifax in 1805. Given the sons' names Aylett and Phillip, it seems fairly certain that this elder Thomas Buckner is one of the younger sons of Phillip Buckner and Jane Aylett of Louisa Co. VA.

There were also four Buckners (John A., Frances, Judith, and Elizabeth) who lived in Caswell Co. NC, which borders on Halifax and Rockingham, and were born in Virginia around 1800-1810; they could be descendants of one of these two families.

Date of will: 4 March 1780

Probate: 18 May 1780

People named in the will:

Amy Buckner, widow, executrix - Amy (Powell) Buckner (died after 1810)
Linney, daughter
Winifred "Winney" Edmunds, daughter
Parthena Buckner, daughter (1758-1827, given in the will as "Barthena" for some reason, left a will in Pittsylvania Co. VA)
Dullender "Dully", daughter, married a Waldron
Rice Buckner, son (probably Rice Buckner later of Maury Co., TN, ca. 1765-1840, married a Huddleston, had several children)
Anthony Buckner, son (estate admin. in 1806 in Pittsylvania Co.)
Lizzie, daughter
William Buckner, son (married Elizabeth Dodson, had several children, died in 1831, probably in Halifax Co.)
John Buckner, son (probably died young)
Elisha Buckner, son (married Martha Dodson, had several children, probably died in Maury Co. TN ca. 1846)
Isaac, slave
John Brown, executor
John Light, Jr., executor
Christopher Robinson, witness
William Gates, witness
John Phelps, witness

In the Name of God Amen I Anthony Buckner of Antrim Parish Halifax County being sick of Body but of perfect sence and Memory and knowing it is Appointed for all once to die I hereby Recommend my soul to almighty god trusting the mercy of my ever blessed Saviour Jesus Christ to Receive it again in the last day in a joyful Resurrection. My body I desire may be Buried in a Christian manner and for as what worldly estate it has pleased god to bless me with after all my funeral Expenses and just Debts are paid I order and dispose of in the following Ma^nner. Item I give and Bequeath to my Daughter Linney a Negro Boy Named Isac to her and her heirs and for wanting of such heir to Return to my Estate and to be Equally Divided amongst the Survivours of them. Item I give and ~ Bequeath to my daughter Winney Edmonds twenty pounds of Geese Feathers. Item The Remainder part of my Estate with my Land I Lend to my Beloved wife Amey during her Natural Life or Widow hood and then to be Equally devided amonge the rest of my Children Barthenas Dullender Ricy Anthony Lizze William John and Elishas to them and their Heirs and for want of such heir to the Equally divided Amongst the Survivours of them. Item and Lastly I appoint my Beloved wife Amey my Executrix and John Brown and John Light jr my Executors to this my last will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this fourth day of March 1780

Signed Sealed and Delivered

Anthony Buckners {LS}

in Presence of
Christopher his+mark Robinson William Gates
John Phelps
The estate was appraised (pg. 332) at a value of £ 12944.11. The implements mentioned suggest that his business was a small cotton plantation. One appraisal entry says:

"3 Negroes viz. one Winet ['w'?] 2 childrun"

The significance of "Winet" is unfamilar to me, though I've seen another transcription that reads it as "wench". Amy Buckner's 1784 personal property tax list entry serendipitously gives their names as Nan, Isaac, and Hannah - two of them being under 16.
Notes to the Text

The caret-mark with the 'n' is a spelling correction in the MS.
The significance of the wavy line in the MS is unclear, if it has any significance.
The spelling of "Barthenas" is clear and unmistakable. However, I have found no other mention of "Barthenas" and do not even know the sex of this child. There much evidence that they had a daughter "Parthenia," but it's difficult to reconcile this with the forms of the final and initial letters. If the will was initially dictated or dictated from an original, this may be attributable to an error on the part of a clerk who was not familiar the name. While 'B' for 'P' is a relatively unlikely misreading, the phonetic similarity of the two consonants could lead to a mistake during dictation. However, "Barthena" and slight variants are known in other families, with roughly a 9/100,000 incidence in the 1850 U.S. Census. "Parthena" and variants appeared at 33/100,000 in the same census. Parthenia died May 1 1827 in Pittsylvania Co., VA, apparently unmarried, and her will was executed by Elisha Buckner, probably her brother.
Dullender (also "Dulley"), a daughter, married William WALDEN on 16 Jan. 1794 in Halifax.
"Ricy" or Rice BUCKNER (some researchers call him "James Rice Buckner" but the source for this extra name is not obvious) apparently died in Maury Co., Tennessee between 1840 and 1850 at an advanced age. Elisha apparently migrated with him and apparently died in the mid 1840s. They are both known to have left descendants.
In the MS, the initial capital letter has an upper loop that starts considerably below the apparent normal position for the 'L' making it strongly resemble an 'S', but other evidence suggests that it probably was intended to be an 'L' and not an 'S' as originally read.
"The" here was probably mistakenly written for "be".
{LS} is a representation of an outline figure containing the letters "LS" in imitation of a seal after the common convention of the time. "LS" stands for locus sigilli, Latin for "the place of the seal."


From the site http://www.buckbd.com/genea/abwill.html 
Buckner, Anthony Thomas (I710)
 
50459 Written by Connie Paddock:

Lesira Millsap Davis was the daughter of Richard Millsap and Catherine Looper. She was the wife of Elijah Davis.

Children: Susanna M. Catherine, Thomas Gilson Brian, Martha Elizabeth C., Joanna E. Elenor, Dorcas C.E., Solomon Partee T. S., Nancy Lacira Elizabeth, Mary Lillie R., Nathan Hicks, David Marion Alonzo, Enola Philectra, Christopher Columbus, Luetta Orebell. 
Millsap, Lesira (I46)
 
50460 Written by Esther Eby Glass:


Martha Elizabeth Metz is the name recorded in the family records for our mother. But she was always called Lizzie. She was the first child born to her parents after they moved to Vir­ginia. When she was 12 years old her parents moved from the Welltown property north of Winchester to the farm at Bartonsville. Here she grew to womanhood.

Lizzie liked school. She often told me that she wished for more education than the country school provided. She spoke of a teacher, Mr. Lynch, who offered to give her and her sister Bertie more advanced books if they would come to school during the No. 66

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inter months. She went several months each winter until she was 20 years old, learning, among other things, advanced rhetoric and fine penmanship. Her composition book is a thing of beauty. She also learned to paint with oil paints on felt and glass.

Her father bought an organ when she was fifteen years old. Since she was the last daughter to marry, he gave her the organ when she was married to Amos Eby. This organ is still in the possession of the family, and still can be played. She last played it herself when she was 90 years old; after that she enjoyed hearing her children and grandchildren play it when they visited her. Lizzie taught her daughters to play this organ and to sing. Music was a normal part of their family life. In their courtship days, Amos and Lizzie sang together. They taught their children to sing by the simple method of singing with them. The most tedious and tiresome jobs, such as washing dishes or shelling beans, were lightened by harmonizing hymns and familiar songs.

Lizzie was married to Amos F. Eby November 19, 1896, the year after her parents retired from farming and moved to Maugansville, Maryland. When he was courting her, he used to ride a bicycle from Hagerstown, Maryland to Winchester, Virginia. This was considered a great sport in those days. On one occasion, Adam Baer, his future brother-in-law, rode with him.

The Ebys lived in the vicinity of Hagerstown until 1906, when with their family of five children, they moved to Denbigh, Virginia. They lived in the newly-settled colony of Mennonites there during the next twenty years. Two more children were born there, and their daughter Pearl, who died during the influenza epidemic of 1918, is buried in the cemetery of the Warwick River Mennonite Church. Later they lived three years near Washington, D.C., and their remaining years in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania.

Our parents were known for their hospitality. In almost any place where their children live or travel, we meet somebody who remembers visiting in our home. Our father is remembered for his sociability and sense of humor, and our mother for her ability to entertain and put at ease unexpected guests, regardless of their number.

We all remember her fine sewing. In her girlhood days she made fine quilts, some still in existence. In her married days, with six daughters and a restricted budget, she could sew and remodel and remake garments with a skill that amazes us more now than it did at the time. She loved flowers and trees, and left a trail of blooming plants in the yards and gardens of the houses where she lived.

Our parents were devoted Christians of the Mennonite faith. They brought up their children in the church. They both lived to be old, our father to be 80 years old, our mother to be 94. In her last years she was a shut-in, but she was able to read, write letters, and enjoy visitors until the last day of her life.

Lizzie was the only child of her father, Jacob Metz, whose life span exceeded his in length, and that by only a few months. Father and daughter each lived past 94 years. At her funeral, the hymn, "How Firm a Foundation," was sung. This, she once told me, was her father's favorite hymn. It seemed a fitting hymn to sum up both his life and hers
 
Metz, Martha Elizabeth (I620891348)
 
50461 Written by son David Mahlon Eby:

Golden Wedding Anniversary PDD and JPEG.
September 03, 2000 Typist, David Mahlon Eby(9), Son

Mahlon Jesse Eby(8) as born in McMinnville, Oregon on May 24, 1914 to Jesse S. Eby(7) and Marcia Bartlett Eby, the Eldest Son although his Sister Mildred Fern (Eby)(8) Mallo was born a year earlier. His Brother Floyd Eby(8) was born in Camas, Washington and his youngest brother Delbert Clayton (Pete) Eby(8) was born in McMinnville, Oregon, U.S.A. According to Mahlon and Delbert, their Birth Certificates read "Boy Eby" and Mildred's probably read "Girl Eby" along with the Date of Birth. Since Floyd was born in the State of Washington, it is not known what the "given" name was.

For most of my life, my Dad perpetuated the story that his given name was: "Mahlon Jehoshaphat Eby". I went through the first 40 years of my life believing it and then was told by my Mother the true story. Mahlon's story: "When I was born, the Doctor asked my Mother what name did she want to give me and she said 'Mahlon'. Then the Doctor asked her what his middle name should be and she had not thought of a middle name so she said: 'Jehoshaphat' and the Doctor wrote that name down on the Birth Certificate." Mahlon Jehoshaphat Eby . . . I thought that was a "neat name". After Mahlon had died on July 31, 1989, My Mother told me the true story which in my mind is a better story than the made up one.

When Mahlon and Hope got married, they had to take Mahlon's Birth Certificate along with them AND Jesse and Marcia Eby . . . Mahlon's Parents had to accompany them to attest that "Boy Eby" was indeed Mahlon Jesse Eby. The real Birth Certificate simply read: "Boy Eby" on May 24, 1914.

In November of 1997, I talked to Mahlon's youngest Brother Delbert and he told me that he was named "Boy Eby" as he was also born in McMinnville, Oregon, U.S.A. in 1920. They had their proper name registered on a new Birth Certificate when they became adults. In the old days, many people did not have a "middle name". Harry W. Eby(7), Brother of Jesse S. Eby(7) did not have a "middle name" when he joined the United States Army in 1917 and when they insisted that he have a "middle name" he chose W. for his initial. In the early 1950's I heard his nephews ask him what the W. meant and his reply was "Winesap" !

Mahlon's Dad, Jesse S. Eby(7) had followed the girl of his dreams out to Oregon from the State of Michigan, asked for and was given her hand in Holy Matrimony in Oregon. While there, Jesse and Marcia had three children in Oregon and one in Washington. While in there, Mahlon told me many times about the times that he accompanied his Grandfather Charles Bartlett to Church and to "Tent Meetings.

In his later years, he told me about different memories that he had while in Oregon and Washington. Jesse worked very hard building road by working a "slip scoop" pulled by horses or mules. That job became "slow" so Jesse decided to load up his Model T Ford with 1200 pounds of luggage, 4 children, his wife, himself, with the family dog, and headed for Michigan. Mahlon remembered that the hardest part of the journey was fixing the tires as they would go about 20 miles and have a flat tire which THEY had to fix themselves. If something went wrong with the car, THEY had to repair it.

They all made the trip to Porter Township, Cass County, Michigan, U.S.A. where:

1) Mildred Fern Eby(8) met and married Howard LaVere Mallo. They had a family of 5 boys and 1 daughter, and raised them on a farm located on Teasdale Lake Street in Porter Township, Cass County, Michigan, U.S.A..

2) Mahlon Jesse Eby(8) met and married Hope Delight Burkett and farmed in Porter Township, Cass County, Michigan, U.S.A.. The two farms that he eventually purchased were both located on Teasdale Lake Street west of Robbins Lake Road. The Jesse S. Eby family attended the Porter Baptist Church located on the north west intersection of Teasdale Lake Street and M-40. Mahlon later became a produce hauler starting with a panel truck and when he retired, several semi tractors and trailers hauled eggs to the Kroger Egg Company.

3) Floyd Leroy Eby(8) met and married Betty Dermont and became a School Teacher with Emphasis on Coaching Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Track. Later, Floyd was inducted into the Michigan Coaches Hall of Fame for coaching two State Champion Basketball Teams in different school classifications. He served as the Michigan State President of Gideons International for three years and was responsible for Evangelistic Meetings in more than 40 countries giving away thousands of books that he wrote.

4) Delbert Clayton (Pete) Eby(8) met and married Marjorie Powell and became a farmer north of Union, Porter Township, Cass County, Michigan, U.S.A. during World War II and later owned a paint store and later became involved in Construction. He was also very active in the Gideons both in Florida and Michigan as a speaker and the low profile jobs so necessary to that Ministry.

Mahlon Jesse Eby(8) married Hope Delight Burkett and they are buried at Plum Grove Cemetery in Union, Michigan located on US-12 and Union Road. Delbert & Marjorie (Powell) Eby are buried at Plum Grove Cemetery. Harry W. Eby & Louise Keeler Eby are buried at Plum Grove Cemetery. Ezra & Ruth (East) Eby are buried at Plum Grove Cemetery.

Jesse S. Eby(7) and 1) Marcia Bartlett and 2) Sarah Bernadine Glassburn are buried in Shavehead Cemetery located on Robbins Lake Road in Porter Township, Cass County, Michigan, U.S.A. Mildred Fern Eby(8) and Howard LaVere Mallo are buried in Shavehead Cemetery with their grandson Paul Dale Mallo(10), son of Larry Dale Mallo(9) is buried to the west of them. He was born on June 01, 1970 and died on February 20, 1999.

Mahlon loved to fish. It seemed that he could catch bluegills out of an empty water glass. He would come in with his limit on days when no one else could catch any. He took his son David to Canada for many summer fishing trips hoping for that extra large Northern Pike, or good eating Walleyed Pike or Perch. They were always successful. Their largest Northern Pike was a huge 21 pounder that he insisted be weighed on a grocer's scales so the 21 pounds was FACT not BRAG. He enjoyed music of all kinds shocking his son after a Symphony Orchestra Concert by making good comments. He played the Hawaiian Guitar, the Steel Guitar, and sang bass at church. He especially loved Southern Gospel Quartet Music.
 
Eby, Mahlon Jesse (I271987796840)
 
50462 wschare@mail.win.org Source (S240)
 
50463 wschnare@mail.win.org

Hi - you have put in a lot of research time. Thanks for sharing your Abernathy line.
I will try to copy & paste info on Stephen & Elizabeth. Hey, it worked!!!

My notes for Elizabeth:
CEMETERY: Arcola Township Cem, Arcola IL
OBIT: copied from article in Arcola IL HERALD newspaper of Friday 06 April 1905: Mrs L L Rentfro an old citizen of the community died Sunday monring. Mrs Elizabeth Rentfro, wife of L L Rentfro, died at her home in this city at an early hour Sunday morning April 2, 1905, after an illness of about two weeks, aged about 70 years. Elizabeth Abernathy was born in Fountain County IN. In 1853 she was married to Stephen Cooper, a former well known citizen who passed away in 1893. To this union eight children were born, six of whom survive, as follows: Mrs Thomas of Arcola; Mrs John Veach, Vandalia MO; Dempse and John Cooper, Menlo, Kansas; Chas Cooper, Okolona, Miss., and Samuel Cooper, Arcola. Mr and Mrs Cooper moved to Coles county IL in 1867 where they lived till thirteen years ago when they moved to Arcola. In 1899 Mrs Cooper was united in marriage to L L Rentfro who still survives. The funeral of Mrs Rentfro was conducted by L T Faulders, at the family residence on West Washington Street at 2 o'clock p.m. Monday April 3. The remains were interred in the Arcola cemetery. The HERALD extends sympathy to the bereaved family. Doc #V-3
CENSUS: 1880 IL Coles Co Seven Hickory age 44 born IN

My notes for Stephen:
FUNERAL: 10 AM family residence Arcola IL
CEMETERY: Arcola Township Cem
1850 CENSUS: IN Fountain Co Wabash Twp p73 lines 22-25 M432-145, Doc #V-66:
#513-513 Stephen COOPER 29 M Farmer born OH
Centhia5 F IN
William11 M IN
ClarINa 6/12 F IN
1853 MARRIAGE: Elizabeth A Abernathy Doc #V-120
1860 CENSUS: IN Fountain Co Wabash Twp p188 lines 15-18 M653-258, Doc #V-67:
#1377-1334 Stephen COOPER 40 M Farmer born OH
Elizabeth24 F IN
Sarah4 F IN
Dempsy1 M IN
1870 CENSUS: IL Coles Co Hickory Twp p111 lines 27-34 M593-197, Doc #V-55:
# 113-113 Stephen COOPER 52 M Farmer OH
Elizabeth 35 F Keep House IN
Sarah13 F IN
Demisa (?)12 M IN
John10 M IN
Samual8 M IN
Charles4 M IN
Henry 72 M Farmer OH
1880 CENSUS: IL Coles Co Seven Hickory Twp p278B T9-0183, Doc #V-68:
S Cooper Self
Elizabeth Wife F M W 44 IN
Sarah DauF S W 22 IN NEED COPY OF THIS CENSUS!!!!!
John Son M S W 18 IN
Samuel Son M S W 16 IN
Charles Son M S W 13 IN
Rilla Dau F S W 5 IL

They were married 29 Dec 1853 in Fountain Co IN.

Stephen Henry Cooper b 18 Sep 1819 OH; d Sep 1893 Arcola, Douglas, IL
Elizabeth A Abernathy b1834/35 Fountain Co IN

Stephen's parents: Henry Cooper b 28 Feb 1798 NJ; d 01 Dec 1874
Margret Stephens b16 Jan 1798; d 15 Nov 1846

Later - Wilma Jo

Henry Cooper b 28 Sep 1854 - d 20 Oct 1855
Sarah Cooper b 01 Sep 1856 - d ? married J W Thomas
Dempsy Cooper b 18 Feb 1958 - d ?
John Cooper b 1861 - d 1941 Colorado married Laura Bush
Samual Cooper b 1864 IN - d ?
Charles Cooper b 1867 IN - d ? married Martha Bush
Eva Rilda Cooper b1875 Cole Co IL - d 1935 Carrollton, Carroll Co,
Missouri; married John Veach - this is my husband's line

Later - Wilma Jo 
Cooper, Stephen Henry (I29549)
 
50464 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Albert Beacher Abernathy


Name:Abernathy, Albert Beacher
Birth Date:10 Nov 1883
City/County:Perry
State:MO
Ethnicity:W
 
Abernathy, Albert Beacher Sr (I1808990530)
 
50465 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Burley Finch Abernathy

Name:Abernathy, Burley Finch
Birth Date:6 May 1876
City/County:Colbert
State:AL
Ethnicity:W

 
Abernathy, Burly Finch (I1809001091)
 
50466 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Elmer S. Wolheter

Name:Wolheter, Elmer S.
Birth Date:3 Nov 1886
Birth Place:Princeton ID
City/County:Camas
State:ID
Ethnicity:W

 
Wolheter, Elmer S (I8220404483)
 
50467 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Nathan Hubert Abernethy

Name:Abernethy, Nathan Hubert
Birth Date:29 Sep 1882
City/County:Winston
State:AL

 
Abernethy, Reverand Nathan Hubert (I1191265512)
 
50468 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Robert Caldwell Abernathy


Name:Abernathy, Robert Caldwell
Birth Date:18 Feb 1875
City/County:McClain
State:OK
Ethnicity:W
 
Abernathy, Robert Caldwell (I1191210734)
 
50469 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Adelbert C.F. Abernethy
Name: Abernethy, Adelbert C.F.
Birth Date: 6 May 1894
Birth Place: Mayville MI
City/County: Bellingham
State: WA
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernethy, Adelbert C (I8177509917)
 
50470 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Alfred A. Abernethy
Name: Abernethy, Alfred A.
Birth Date: 9 Dec 1892
Birth Place: Iron Mountain MI
City/County: Saint Paul# 3
State: MN
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernethy, Alfred Alexander (I3027523278)
 
50471 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Baxter Abee
Name: Abee, Baxter
Birth Date: 31 Aug 1890
Birth Place: Drexel NC
City/County: Burke
State: NC
Ethnicity: W

 
Abee, Baxter (I120883824361)
 
50472 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Carney Weldon Abernathy
Name: Abernathy, Carney Weldon
Birth Date: 14 Jun 1890
Birth Place: Chatham Co. NC
City/County: Orange
State: NC
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernathy, Carney Weldon (I1808821883)
 
50473 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Clarence Abernethy
Name: Abernethy, Clarence
Birth Date: 24 Jun 1890
Birth Place: Utica MI
City/County: Detroit
State: MI
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernethy, Clarence (I3027523240)
 
50474 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Claud Clay Currin
Name: Currin, Claud Clay
Birth Date: 26 Jan 1895
Birth Place: Colton WA
City/County: Clearwater
State: ID
Ethnicity: W

 
Currin, Claude Clay (I8177746057)
 
50475 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Dan Abee
Name: Abee, Dan
Birth Date: 11 Feb 1873
City/County: Burke
State: NC
Ethnicity: W

 
Abee, Daniel (I120883824423)
 
50476 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Dock Abee
Name: Abee, Dock
Birth Date: 30 Mar 1896
Birth Place: Burke CO. NC
City/County: Burke
State: NC
Ethnicity: W

 
Abee, Dock Bulen (I171251815490)
 
50477 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Dolphus Monroe Abee
Name: Abee, Dolphus Monroe
Birth Date: 8 May 1887
Birth Place: Connellys Springs NC
City/County: Burke
State: NC
Ethnicity: W

 
Abee, Dolphus Monroe (I623206423)
 
50478 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Earl A. Barnes
Name: Barnes, Earl A.
Birth Date: 4 Oct 1897
Birth Place: Farmington WA
City/County: Clearwater
State: ID
Ethnicity: W

 
Barnes, Earl Alvin DD (I519942037)
 
50479 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Earl Wesley Abee
Name: Abee, Earl Wesley
Birth Date: 14 Jun 1897
Birth Place: Burke CO. NC
City/County: Burke
State: NC
Ethnicity: W

 
Abee, Earl Wesley (I7552969829)
 
50480 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Fleet Jordan
Name: Jordan, Fleet
Birth Date: 14 Jan 1875
City/County: Clearwater
State: ID
Ethnicity: W

 
Jordan, Fleet (I272008475098)
 
50481 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Forest Jackson Abee
Name: Abee, Forest Jackson
Birth Date: 25 Mar 1895
Birth Place: Connellys Springs NC
City/County: Burke
State: NC
Ethnicity: W

 
Abee, Forest Jackson (I120883824386)
 
50482 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Frank Abee
Name: Abee, Frank
Birth Date: 16 Apr 1894
Birth Place: Connellys Springs NC
City/County: Burke
State: NC
Ethnicity: W

 
Abee, Franklin Emanuel (I171251815488)
 
50483 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Grover Cleveland Abernathy
Name: Abernathy, Grover Cleveland
Birth Date: 7 Sep 1885
Birth Place: Relative Lives Forsyth GA
City/County: Walla Walla
State: WA
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernathy, Grover Cleveland (I1809000326)
 
50484 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Harvy James Edmenson
Name: Edmenson, Harvy James
Birth Date: 16 Oct 1876
City/County: Clearwater
State: ID
Ethnicity: W

 
Edmenson, Harvey James (I272008475116)
 
50485 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Henry Richard Abernethy
Name: Abernethy, Henry Richard
Birth Date: 8 Jun 1884
City/County: Nyc (Brooklyn)# 78
State: NY
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernethy, Henry Richard (I1218875033)
 
50486 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about James Augustus Abernethy
Name: Abernethy, James Augustus
Birth Date: 1 Oct 1898
Birth Place: Relative Lives Houlton ME
City/County: Baltimore CO.# 2
State: MD
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernathy, James Agustus (I609425960)
 
50487 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about James Martin Bernethy
Name: Bernethy, James Martin
Birth Date: 19 Nov 1882
Birth Place: Lives in Garza CO. TX
City/County: Lynn
State: TX
Ethnicity: W

 
Bernethy, James Martin Sr (I8177746255)
 
50488 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Jasper Jacob Abernathy
Name: Abernathy, Jasper Jacob
Birth Date: 9 Feb 1874
City/County: Adair
State: MO
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernathy, Jasper J (I32314)
 
50489 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Richard Harrison Abernathy
Name: Abernathy, Richard Harrison
Birth Date: 28 Aug 1875
Birth Place: Relat. Lives New York City NY
City/County: Warwick# 1
State: VA
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernethy, Richard Harrison (I1808648937)
 
50490 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Seymour Dennis Abernathy
Name: Abernathy, Seymour Dennis
Birth Date: 15 Feb 1897
Birth Place: Waldren AR
City/County: Rio Grande
State: CO
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernathy, Seymour Dennis (I36593)
 
50491 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about Wilbur Kingsley Abernethy
Name: Abernethy, Wilbur Kingsley
Birth Date: 10 Oct 1890
Birth Place: Iron Mountain MI
City/County: Minneapolis# 4
State: MN
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernethy, Wilbur Kinglsey (I3027523277)
 
50492 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
about William Calvin Abernathy
Name: Abernathy, William Calvin
Birth Date: 7 Nov 1881
City/County: Chatham
State: NC
Ethnicity: W

 
Abernathy, William Calvin or Calvert (I1808821872)
 
50493 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations about Ceph Moore Abernathy
Name: Abernathy, Ceph Moore
Birth Date: 14 Jul 1892
Birth Place: Catawba NC
City/County: Alamance
State: NC
Ethnicity: W
 
Abernathy, Ceph Moore (I1809002701)
 
50494 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations about Harlan Creighton Abernathy
Name: Abernathy, Harlan Creighton
Birth Date: 22 Aug 1883
Birth Place: relative lives Champion Alberta
City/County: Whitman
State: WA
Ethnicity: W
Occupation: Barber 
Abernathy, Harlan Creighton (I12660560992)
 
50495 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations Record
about Zan Jordan
Name: Jordan, Zan
Birth Date: 15 Sep 1892
Birth Place: Job WV
City/County: Clearwater
State: ID
Ethnicity: W
 
Jordan, Zan (I544629315)
 
50496 WWI Draft card states married with one child. Family F1630929647
 
50497 WWI Draft Registration 1917-18:
Titus Jonas Eby 22 Sep 1894 Newton, Kansas Resident of Dade, FL.

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
about Titus Jonas Eby
Name: Titus Jonas Eby
City: Not Stated
County: Dade
State: Florida
Birthplace: Kansas
Birth Date: 22 Sep 1894
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1556881



Florida Death Index:
Titus J. EBY d: 30 Oct 1980 Broward Co, FL, age 86 yrs. b: 22 Sept 1894.

 
Eby, Titus Jonas (I620881284)
 
50498 WWI draft Registration 1917-18: Daniel David Eby b: 26 Jun 1900. Resident of Dade County, FL names father: N. H. EBY. lived at 921 4th, Miami, Dade, FL,
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
about Daniel David Eby
Name: Daniel David Eby
City: Not Stated
County: Dade
State: Florida
Birth Date: 26 Jun 1900
Race: White
Roll: 1556881



Florida Death Index:
Daniel D EBY d: 1 Jul 1988 Marion Co, FL age 88 White b: 26 Jun 1900.

 
Eby, Daniel David (I644954879)
 
50499 WWI Draft Registration Card was signed by him as Whitelaw Reid EBY Eby, Whitelaw Reid (I272008477137)
 
50500 WWI Records give DOB as 04 Mar 1894; WWII Records give it as 08 Mar 1895 Ekstrom, George Harry (I1402)
 

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