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Name: Milon Gritton
Home in 1830 (City, County, State):Shaker, Mercer, Kentucky
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 6
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 8
|Gritton, Milo B. (I435)
|2||1830 US census, Vermilion County, Illinois|
Free white male under age 5 = 1
free white male age 10-14 = 1
free white male age 20-29 = 1
free white male age 60-69 = 1
free white female age 15-19 = 2
free white female age 50-59 = 1
total seven persons
|Bensyl, John W. (I3920)
Name: Milow B Gritton
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Vermilion, Illinois
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 2
Free White Persons - Under 20: 8
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 10
|Gritton, Milo B. (I435)
|4||1850 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. Nathaniel Cline age 25 (farmer); Cynthia age 25; Amanda age 9; Mary age 6; Martha age 5; and Benjamin age 2. Real estate value is listed as $300. Neighbors to Nathnial are the households of his father, John B. Cline, and his brother, Spencer Cline.|
1860 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. Nathaniel Cline age 40 (laborer); Scynthia age 38; Amanda age 19; Martha age 15; Benjamin age 12; Emily age 7; Luketta age 6; and John age 1.
|Cline, Nathaniel (I5)
|5||1850 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. Spencer Cline age 62 (farmer). Rachel age 50; Sarah age 9; Harriet age 4; and Margaret age 2. Real estate value is listed at $600. Neighbors are the households of his father, John B. Cline, and his brother, Nathaniel Cline.|
1860 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. Spencer Cline age 46 (farmer); Rachel age 40; Harriet age 14; Margaret age 12; David age 6; Lewis age 4; Nathaniel age 2; Mary age 6 months; Catharine age 70 [Spencer's widowed mother]; and S. C. age 18 [Sarah Cathiner Cline, daughter of Andrew Jackson Cline and Eliza Millinder Cline]. Note: They are neighbors to Abel Newbrough and famiy.
1870 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. Spencer Cline age 56 (farmer); Rachel age 52; David age 17; Lenois age 15; Nathaniel age 13; and Mary age 11.
1880 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. Spencer Cline age 67 (farmer); Rachel age 60; David age 27; and Nathaniel age 23.
|Cline, Spencer (I3)
|6||1850 US census, District 21, Vermilion County, Illinois. Bolser Bensil age 22 (farmer); Sarah age 26; John H. age 9; Luna age 3; Hellen age 1; and Mary Bensil age 72 (born in Pennsylvania).|
1860 US census, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois. Balser Bensil age 41 (farmer); Sarah age 38; John age 17; Luna age 13; Helen age 11; Lewis age 9; Isaac age 7; George age 5; Charles age 3; and Charolotte A. age 5 months.
1880 US census, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois. Balser Bensyl, age 52; Sarah A. Bensyl, age 42; Jose J. Skees, age 55 (nephew); Olive A. Trent, age 7 (granddaughter); and Henry Clay, age 24.
|Bensyl, Balser (I30)
|7||1850 US census, District 21, Vermilion County, Illinois. H. G. McMillen, age 57; Amanda McMillen, age 24; George L. McMillen, age 5; Hugh H. McMillen, age 5; and Susanah McMillen, age 1.|
1870 US census. Hymah McMillin is in the household of Harvey McMillin (age 23) and family. And next door to William McMillen (age 48) and family.
|McMillin, Hymah G. (I31)
|8||1860 US census lists George Yeazell's real estate at $20,000 and personal estate value at $3,000.||Yeazel, George (I3671)
|9||1860 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. John L. Bennet, age 21; Mary Bennet, age 18; and Matilda Bennet, age 59 (mother of John).|
1870 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. John Bonnett, age 32, Mary Bonnett, age 28; William Bonnett, age 9; Albert Bonnett, age 8; Charles Bonnett, age 4; Martha Bonnett, age 3; and John Bonnett, age 1.
1880 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. John Bonnett, age 43; Mary Bonnett, age 37; William Bonnett, age 19; Albert Bonnett, age 18; Charles Bonnett, age 14; Mattie Bonnett, age 13; John Bonnett , age 11; Frank Bonnett, age 9; Lilly Bonnett, age 6; Lucatta Bonnett, age 4; and Stella Bonnett, age 2.
1900 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. John Bonnett, age 64; Mary Bonnett, age 51; Charley Bonnett, age 24; John Bonnett, age 31; Frank Bonnett, age 27; Lillie Bonnett, age 25; and Gracie Bonnett, age 10.
|Bonnett, John (I46)
|10||1860 US census, Kelly, Carter County, Missouri. George Cliver, age 26; and Sarah Cliver, age 19.|
1880 US census, Precinct 3, Red River County, Texas. G. W. Cliver, age 46; Sarah Cliver, age 39; John Cliver, age 10; Ann Cliver, age 8; and Edward Cliver, age 4.
|Cliver, George W. (I327)
|11||1860 US census, William Yeazel's real estate is valued at $40,200, and his personal estate at $15,200.||Yeazel, William (I3672)
|12||1880 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. John F. Gritton, age 36, farmer; Catharine Gritton, age 35; Cora B. Gritton, age 10; Lewis A. Gritton, age 10 months; and Benjamin Milliner, age 22, farm laborer.|
1910 US census, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois 112 North Washington Street,. John F. Gritton, age 66; Sarah Gritton, age 65 [Sarah Catherine Cline Gritton] John's occupation is listed as laborer in grain mill.
1920 US census, Danville, Ward 2, Vermilion County, Illinois/. 1920 N. Jefferson Street. John F. Gritton, age 77; and Sarah K. Gritton, age 76. Occupation is none for both of them. They live next door to the household of their son Lewis Gritton who is a motorman for the street car.
|Gritton, John Franklin (I287)
|13||1880 US census, Blount Township, Vermilion County, Illinois. Salts, Lafayette Salts (age 29, farmer); Lewetty Salts (age 25); Lily Salts (age 8); James Salts (age 2) and Charley Salts (age 7)|
1900 US census, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois. Lafayette Salts (age 45), Lewkettie Salts (age 410, and Lillie Salts 9age 16).
1920 US census, Danville, Ward 1, Vermilion County, Illinois. Lafayette Salts, age 68; Lewhittie Salts, age 63: and Amos Gallinger, age 69, cousin.
1930 US census, Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois. Henry M. Walton (age 53), Annabelle Walton (age 48), Roy Walton (age 27), Ralph Walton (age 23), and Lafayette Salts (age 78, widowed, father of Annabelle).
|Salts, Marquis de Lafayette (I52)
|14||1900 US census, Household members: George F. Hedges, age 33, farmer; Cora D. age 29; Sophia C.. age 7, Ralph J. age 6, Grace G age 4, and farm laborer Lewis O. Cox age 22. Farm is rented.|
1910 US census. Household members: George Hedges age 43, farmer; Cora age 38, Sophia age 17, Ralph age 15, and Grace age 14. Farm is rented.
1920 US census, Household members: George F. Hedges, age 53, farmer; Cora B. age 49, and Grace G. age 24. Farm is rented.
1930 US census. Household members: George F. Hedges age 63, farmer. and Cora B. age 59. Farm is owned.
1940 US census. Household members: George Hedges, age 73, farmer, and Cora, age 69. Farm is owned. Value of home $2,500.
|Hedges, George Fielden (I313)
|15||1920 US census shows that the Harper family immigrated in 1912.||Harper, James (I1806)
|16||1920 US census. Paris, Edgar County, Illinois Ralph Hedges, age 26, farmer, and Eva age 22.|
1930 US census Jamaica, Vermilion County, Illinois. Ralph J. Hedges, age 35, farmer, Eva L. age 32, and Donald R. age 8. Farm is rented.
1940 US census. Young America, Edgar County, Illinois. Ralph Hedges, age 45, farmer, Eva age 42, and Donald age 18. Farm is rented.
|Hedges, Ralph Jewell (I473)
|17||1920 US census. Household members: C.R. Yeazel, age 26, farmer. Sophia age 27, and Harold age 1. Farm is rented.|
1930 US census. Household members: Chester R. Yeazel age 36, farmer, Sophia C. age 37, Harold R. age 12, and Howard B. age 9. Farm is rented.
1940 US census. Household members: C. R. Yeazel age 46, farmer, Sophia age 47, Harold age 22, farmer, and Howard age 19, student,. Farm is rented.
|Yeazel, Chester Rollie (I472)
|18||Aaron and Helen Emery were killed in a traffic accident. The Daily News-Bulletin, Brookfield, Missouri. Monday 18 September 1978||Emery, Aaron D. (I1795)
|19||Abel Newbrough's birth is not recorded in the Cline family Bible. He appears in the family's 1850 US census record as being 1 year old, and again in the 1860 US census as 11 years old.||Newbrough, Abel (I362)
|20||Actually entry for location of death is the part of Dallas that is in Denton County, Texas.||Anderson, Elijah Holly (I1607)
|21||Administrator for probate of estate of his father, William C. Brown, in January 1889. Monroe County, Missouri.|
Listted as heir and as living in Monroe County, Missouri in January 1889.
|Brown, George W. (I2663)
State of Missouri. County of Monroe.
George W. Brown being duly sworn by me Judge of Probate of said county deposes and says that to the best of his knowledge and belief, the names of the heirs of William C. Brown, deceased, are Mary Trussell wife of Pendleton Trussell, his official George W. Brown, John A. Brown, William J. Brown sons and daughters of deceased all of whom reside in Monroe County Missouri. Henderson Brown a son of deceased, who reside in San ______ county California, Hollister Post Office, Frederick Brown of Vernon County Missouri, a son of deceased also Elizabeth West wife of G. W. West who resides in Johnson County, Mo, a daughter of deceased, the heirs of Jane Riley (also deceased) who was a daughter of deceased who resides in Vernon County, Mo. That said William C. Brown died without a will, that he will make a perfect inventory of and faithfully administer all the estate of the said William C. Brown and pay the debts as far as the assets will extend and the law direct, and account for and pay all assets which shall come to his possession or knowledge.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of January 1889.
J.M.Cuiteher, Judge of Probate.
|Brown, William C. (I2554)
|23||After his father George Canon's death in 1863, and his mother's second marriage to Samuel Shafner, William Cannon appeared in the following census records as William Shafner. In 1910, after the death of Samuel Shafner, William appears in the census records as William Canon; the other person in his household is is widowed mother, Elizabeth Shafner.||Cannon, William (I4049)
|24||After Merrison's death in 1902, Elizabeth married Joseph Kay, a widower. In the 1910 census they are living in Catlin, Vermilion County, Illinois. He is recorded as born in Sep 1840 in England.|
buried Jones Grove Cemetery, Catlin, Illinois
|Moudy, Elizabeth A. (I453)
|25||After their marriage and 1910 US census, I can find no other records for Selma (Benz) Neselroad.||Benz, Selma (I1781)
|26||Allen Hawkins, Jr. death certificate gives Shepherdsville Cemetery, Shepherdsville, Bullitt County, Kentucky as place of burial.||Hawkins, Allen R. (I3557)
|27||Alma had at least two other marriages:|
First to Charles Dix prior to 1940.
Second to Lewis N. Geisinger in Garrett, Indiana on 12 Jan 1844.
|Nuss, Almaretta J. (I1778)
|28||Also had the surnames of Holding, Darling, and Sappenfield||Hughey, Veronica Marie (I3538)
|29||also teamster and marble polisher||Neselroad, James (I1744)
|30||Arkansas county marriage index, 1837-1957||Family F335
|31||Arkansas County Marriage Index. Marriage date: 21 Sep 1890. Marriage License date: 19 Sep 1890.||Family F236
|32||Arkansas County Marriages Index, 1837-1957||Family F331
|33||Arkansas County Marriages Index, 1837-1957||Family F352
|34||Army, Enlistment date: 23 Feb 1943. Release date: 2 Dec 2945||Culp, Edward (I1594)
|35||Article June 1936, probably in the Danville Commerical News.|
Al Gritton rounds out 35 years service on interurban lines of terminal system. With photograph of him.
Highlights of the article: he started 27 June 1901 as employee of the old Danville Street Railway Company; was conductor on first car operated over the Danville-Westville Interurban line; resigned for a while to engage in the grocery business; returned to the interurban as brakeman on freight service; one of three brothers who apprenticed as pressmen for the Illinois Printing Company; brother Frank is pressman for Goverment Printing Office; brother Ed employed by Decatur printing.
|Gritton, Allen L. (I466)
|36||Augusta County, Virginia births, 1876-79.|
Name: Elijah Tutwiller
Birth Date: 15 Jun 1876
Sex: M (Male)
|Tutwiler, Elijah Leonard (I4143)
|37||BENJAMIN CLINE IS DEAD|
Funeral of Retired Farmer Will Be Held Thursday
Benjamin F. Cline died at 2 o'clock Wednesday morning at his home in Vermilion Heights.
Deceased was 59 years of age and is survived by one daughter, Miss Alice Cline, two brothers, John and Charles Cline, and three sisters, Mrs. Mary Bonnett, Mrs. Emma Cosat, Mrs. L. Saltz. The body was taken to the Wels morgue and prepared for burial. it was then conveyed to the home of Mrs. Saltz, 17 Buchannan street. Deceased is a retired farmer and lived for a number of years in Blount township.
The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial in the Gordon cemetery.
Benjamin F. Cline, son of Nathaniel and Cynthia Cline, was born in Blount township,, Jan. 24, 1849. His father, Nathaniel Cline, was a fifer in the 125th Ill., Vol. Inf. Young Benjamin tried three times to get away and join his father's regiment but being the main dependence of his mother, she three times brought him back.
On the farm young Benjamin grew to manhood. The loss of his father in the civil war threw upon him the responsibility of assisting his mother to provide for a family of small children and this responsibility he faithfully performed, working very hard clearing up the round for the surrounding farmers. The weather was never so hot or so cold but what his ax awakened the echoes of the surrounding forest. He was known in his community as an honest, upright, persevering boy.
At about the age of 18 years he united with the Christian church under the ministry of "Uncle Jimmy" Conners, a pioneer preacher of this county. The Bible became from that day on and was until the time of his death, his rule of action. His chief delight was reading and nature. He delighted in the song of the birds and forest wild flowers. About his humble home were found in summer big beds of flowers, cared for tenderly. About the age of 21, he married Miss Samantha Washburne of Waynetown, Indiana. To this union one child was born, Miss Alice who with her mother still survives him. His life was a benediction to those who know him best. Three sisters and two brothers survive him also.
His aged mother died just one year ago to the day of his death.
|Cline, Benjamin Franklin (I48)
|38||Betty and brother Robert were twins||Brennan, Betty Joan (I3545)
|39||Beulah is listed as Mrs. Beulah Miller in her mother, Cora, obiturary.||Terwilliger, Beulah Ellen (I220)
|40||Biographies of Franklin, Jefferson, Washington, Crawford and Gasconade Counties, Missouri. Ramfre Press, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 1958.|
page 825-826 - Franklin County
Judge William P Springgate, farmer, was born in Mercer County, Ky., in 1816, and is the son of William Springgate, a native of the same county, who removed to St. Louis County, Mo., in 1822, and from there to Greene County, Ill., in 1887, where he died in 1868. He was a soldier in the War of 1812, and a farmer and wagon-maker by occupation. The mother's maiden name was Gritten; her father was a Revolutionary soldier, and immigrated from Virginia to Kentucky soon after the War for Independence. He and his wife walked the distance on foot, and carried all their possessions on their backs. They were among the early settlers, and he was a familiar companion to the celebrated Daniel Boone, and lived to the ripe old age of one hundred and fourteen years. William P. lost his mother when about two years old, and remained with his father until grown, receiving but a limited common-school education, which he walked a distance of three miles to obtain. He was married, in St. Louis County, Mo., in 1838, to Miss Ann, daughter of Joseph and Rebecca Sullins. To this union were born three children, two now living: Amanda, wife of Richard Zumwalt, of Osage County, and Marcelus. Mr. Springgate lost his wife in 1854, and two years later he married Miss Sarah, sister of his first wife. Five children were the result of this marriage, four now living, viz.: William, Ferdinand, Sterling and Virginia. In 1844, previous to the death of his first wife, our subject removed to Franklin County, and located twelve miles southeast of New Haven. In t864 he came to New Haven, and has since made that city his home. He was made farming his chief occupation, and in it has been successful. In 1854 he was elected county judge and re-elected in 1858. In 1862 he declined a renomination, but in 1866 was elected to the same and served one tern, and was afterward appointed to fill an unexpired term, making nearly sixteen years' service in all. He has since served as marshal of the city of New Haven, for four years. He was reared a Whig, and his first presidential vote was for Gen. Harrison, in 1840. but some time prior to the war identified himself permanently with the Democratic party. He is a prominent church member, and his wife belongs to the Methodist Episcopal Church South. Mr. Springgate's father settled in St. Louis County when the city of St. Louis was a mere French hamlet, and he distinctly remembers when there was but one brick building in the place, and that but one story, and an inferior affair altogether. Comparatively few men have lived as long in the State as has Mr. Springgate, he having been an inhabitant of the State since he was about six years old, or for about sixty-five years.
|Gritton, Dorcas (I986)
|41||Birthplace from her daughter Anna's death certificate.||Howard, Pearl (I2404)
|42||Bud D. Renfro names is daughter Susie Mae (Renfro) Davis in his will in 1919.||Renfro, Susie Mae (I1444)
|43||Bud Renfro names his daughter Susie Mae (Renfro) Davis, and his son Oren V. Renfro in his will.||Renfro, Virgil Oran (I266)
|44||Bud Renfro names his wife Till, his daughter Susie Mae (Renfro) Davis, and his son Oren V. Renfro in his will in 1919, but makes no mention of Rachael.||Renfro, Rachael (I1445)
|45||Burial information from death certificate||Parker, Houston T. (I4067)
|46||Burial information from death certificate||Barker, Owen N. (I1908)
|47||Burial information from death certificate||Brown, Sarah Frances (I2702)
|48||Burial information from death certificate||Gritton, Bess (I2502)
|49||Burial information from death certificate||Nuss, Christina (I737)
|50||Burial information from death certificate||Gates, Charles David (I3345)