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Descendants of Oliver (Olle Matthiasson) (Olof Isgrå)

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I. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Alternate Birth] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Alternate Birth] Oliver (Olle
Matthiasson) (Olof Isgrå) Caulk1–3 was born about 1638 in Sweden. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Ship Name] Ship
Name "Eagle" (ORN) [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Drafted] Drafted into Swedish Army [NEED TO DEFINE
SENTENCE:Military Action] Dutch surrendered Fort Casimir at present New Castle to the Swedes without firing a shot.
(The small garrison there had run out of gunpowder.) The fort was renamed Fort Trinity by Governor Rising He held the title
of Commissioner before 1683 in Cecil County. He died on 29 May 1685 at the age of 47 in World's End, Cecil Co.,
Maryland. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Alternate Death] [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Alternate Death] [NEED
TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Military Service] Swedish Army named him Isgrå, meaning "ice-gray," probably because of his
prematurely gray hair. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:AKA] Olof Isgrå [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:AKA] Oliver
Caulk Oliver was Sweden. He was a carpenter and cooper trades. Olle Matthiasson, alias Olof Isgrå, alias Oliver Caulk
and his Caulk/Calk Descendants
by Dr. Peter Stebbins Craig
Fellow, American Society of Genealogists
Fellow, Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania
Historian, Swedish Colonial Society
originally published in Swedish Colonial News,
Volume 2, Number 8 (Spring 2003)
Among the soldiers arriving in New Sweden on the Eagle in 1654 was a young man named Olle Matthiasson, who had
recently been drafted into the Swedish army. As was the custom, he was assigned a soldier's name befitting his appearance or
personality. In this case Olle was assigned the name of Isgrå, meaning "ice-gray," probably because of his prematurely gray
hair.

Olof Isgrå at New Castle


Olof Isgrå first saw military action on 21 May 1654 when the Dutch surrendered Fort Casimir at present New Castle to the
Swedes without firing a shot. (The small garrison there had run out of gunpowder.) The fort was renamed Fort Trinity by
Governor Rising and placed under the command of Captain Sven Skute.
Fearing that the Dutch Governor Petrus Stuyvesant might attempt to recapture Fort Trinity, Governor Rising assigned
Captain Sven Skute the task of rebuilding and strengthening that fort and assigned half of his soldiers, including Olof Isgrå,
to assist in this endeavor. However on 31 August 1655, a Dutch fleet of seven ships passed by and landed north of the fort,
cutting the fort off from Rising's remaining troops at Fort Christina. Stuyvesant demanded that Skute surrender the fort, but
he initially refused.
When word reached the soldiers in the fort that the Dutch troops outnumbered the Swedes by a 10:1 margin many soldiers,
including Olof Isgrå, decided it was hopeless to try to defend the fort. Captain Skute then addressed his soldiers and
demanded, "Whoever wants to be a loyal fellow and serve his ruler like an honest man, step forth from this rebellious lot and
come with me." During this confusion, Olof Isgrå jumped over the wall of the fort and surrendered himself to the Dutch, also
informing them of the division of opinion within the fort. Lacking the support of his own soldiers, Skute surrendered the fort
to Stuyvesant the next morning.
The ill feelings between Isgrå and Skute carried forward for a considerable time. In January 1656, Olof Isgrå accused
Captain Skute of having confiscated the poor tax for his own use. Skute denied the charge and claimed Isgrå threatened to
kill him. In the summer of 1656 Olof Isgrå agreed to sell his plantation north of the fort at Swanwick to another former New
Sweden soldier, Constantine Grönenberg, and in February 1657 he appeared at the Dutch fort again to promise he would pay
his debt to Isaac Allerton, a New England trader, within a year. After that time, the name of Olof Isgrå disappears from the
record. The reason, it turns out, was that he had fled to the Sassafras River in present Cecil County, Maryland.

Olle Matthiasson in Maryland


Among the things Olle left behind in the New Castle area was his soldier's name. Reverting to his patronymic, Olle
Matthiasson, his wife Anna and their three small children were granted head rights in Maryland in 1664 and 200 acres, which
he called "Sweedland," were surveyed for him on the south side of the Sassafras River in 1665. Later, about 1670, he moved
with his family to a tract on the north side of the same river, called "World's End." The English scribes in the area had some
difficulty with Olle's first name and often entered it as Olive or Oliver.

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The Naturalization and Death of Oliver Caulk


The name of Olle Matthiasson disappeared from Maryland records after 1671. Thereafter the owner of "World's End"
became known as Oliver Caulk. The name, quite obviously, came from the fact that his once ice-gray hair was now chalk
white. ("Calk," now spelled "kalk" in Swedish, means "chalk.")
On 6 June 1674, Oliver Calk, described as a native of Sweden, became a naturalized citizen of Maryland, meaning that he
could convey or will his land to his children or others. By 1683, Oliver Caulk had been named a Commissioner in Cecil
County.
Oliver Caulk died at "World's End" shortly before 30 May 1685, when his widow Ann and his eldest son Isaac Caulk were
named administrators of his estate. The inventory, filed 20 days later, showed that his estate included a horse, a mare, 2
yearlings, 8 cows, 4 steers, 2 heifers, 38 hogs, 5 deerskins, 2 guns, a number of beds, tools for the carpenter and cooper
trades and two indentured women servants.
Among the children of Oliver Caulk and his wife Anna were four sons: Isaac, Peter, James and Jacob. It is likely that they
also had daughters, but their names are not yet known.
1. Isaac Caulk, the eldest son, inherited the "World's End" plantation on the north side of the Sassafras River. He married,
before 1691, Mary Finch, an English woman, daughter of Francis and Mary Finch of Kent County, Maryland. He died at
"World's End" in 1702. His widow, Mary then married Daniel Pearce of Kent County. She named five children by her first
husband in her will of 26 May 1740:
•Oliver Caulk, baptized in Cecil County on 30 September 1692, was past 60 before he married Phoebe Brown, a Quaker, in
1752. He died at "World's End" 22 December 1781, survived by three children: Mary, Isaac and Oliver.
•Isaac Caulk, born c. 1693, married Temperance (surname unknown) and died at "World's End" in the winter of 1748/9.
They had nine children: John, Isaac, William, Oliver, Jacob, Benjamin, Richard, Mary and Sarah.
•Mary Caulk, born c. 1696, married George Wilson.
•Sarah Caulk, born c. 1699, married John Kennard.
•Jacob Caulk, born in 1702, never married and died in Kent County, MD, in 1758.
2. Peter Caulk, the second son, moved south to Talbot County to earn his livelihood, acquiring part of "Lostock" in 1706. A
successful planter, he died there c. 1727. The name of his first wife, who died c. 1710, is unknown. His second wife, Sarah
Cartwright, died in 1738. Peter's children by his two wives were:
•Mary Caulk, born in February 1698, apparently died young.
•Peter Caulk, born in 1700, married Mary Sockwell in 1725 and died at "Lostock" in 1756. He had five children: Mary, John,
Henry, Dawson and Daniel.
•John Caulk, born c. 1704, died unmarried in 1728.
•Lawrence Caulk, born c. 1709, married the widow Mary Camper in 1744 and died in Dorchester County in 1772. His
children included John, Elizabeth and Peter.
•Sarah Caulk, born c. 1714, married Bartholomew Roberts.
•Alice Caulk, born c. 1716, married Edward Collison.
•James Caulk, born in 1718, married Judith Tribbles in 1740. He died before 1783 at his plantation called "Lewis" in Talbot
County. His children included a son named Peter.
•Francis Caulk, born c. 1722, apparently died unmarried after 1745.
•Charles Cartwright Caulk, born c. 1723, died before 1743.
3. James Caulk, the third son, was married by 1695 to Sarah Allum, daughter of Nicholas and Ann Allum. Sarah's mother
had been born Anna Wheeler, the daughter of John Wheeler and Catharina Lom of NewSweden. They lived in Talbot
County, where James Caulk died c. 1706. One child has been identified:
•James Caulk, born c. 1700, in Talbot County, moved as an adult to Northumberland County, VA, and then to Prince
William County, VA, where he died in 1776. By his wife Eleanor, he had two known sons:James Calk, born 5 July 1729, and
William Calk, born 7 March 1740.
4. Jacob Caulk, the youngest son, became a shoemaker in Cecil County. On 7 February 1713/4 he married Sarah Joce, widow
of Thomas Joce of Kent County, MD, and mother of three children. Later, Jacob married Mary Freeman, daughter of
William Freeman of Cecil County. They had two children: Elizabeth, born 23 November 1716, and William, born 11

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February 1723/4. The will of Jacob Caulk, who died 11 February 1724/5, left his entire estate to his widow Mary during her
widowhood, but if she remarried, his estate was to be divided between Elizabeth and William. His widow married Thomas
Ward in 1729. No later trace has been found of the two children.
Information on the Ship: Eagle [Orn] 1654
Immigrants to New Netherland
The Eagle (Orn) 1654
Sailed from sailed from Gothenburg on February 2, 1654.
Arrived at New Sweden May 22, 1654
Captain Jan Jansson Bockhorn
A great many colonists went over with the expedition. Twelve boys from the Bilding College of Stockholm were also sent.
About a hundred families were left behind on account of lack of room on the vessel. The roll list has been lost, so it is not
possible to know the exact number.
The Gyllene Haj (Golden Shark) that was scheduled to leave with The Eagle (Orn) was badly damaged, so all the colonists
had to squeeze into the Eagle. John Rising, Commander, reports the number of colonists swelled to 350 or more, upon the
arrival of the Haj.
According to Rising's journal, "On April 10, 130 persons were sick," many having died were thrown overboard. By April 16,
230 persons were sick, some being so affected with dysentery and fever, that they jumped into the sea. About 100 of the 350
passengers died from diseases and famin by the time it reached New Sweden.
Soldiers, Servants and Freeman listed onboard the ship:
Olof Isgra (Icegrey), soldier
Return trip:
The Orn [Eagle] departed July 15, carrying a cargo of tobacco, arriving in Gothenburg about September 24, 1654.
Comment to David Caulk of Facebook
Aug 10 2010
As for your theory of him pretending to be Welch. I read up on the Swiss Draft of the time while trying to find Olle's parents
of Miilitary info.
I found it impossible to find his pa...rents do to the fact only the local churches keep that info.
But he may not have been Swiss at all. If a farmer in Switzerland was "Drafted" he could avoid Military service by giving
them a farmhand, a relative, or any other person he could buy or get by any other means. Although, many of those "Drafted"
where from Norway, the military was not in the habit of turning any one down. This may explain why he was a "Desserter" .
Why would he want to fight against the Dutch if he was not swiss (just "Drafted")?
I assume we will never know, I think the Swiis Society would have found any documents if there were any. I tryed writing
the Swiss Government for ships logs and anything else I could think of, and athough very helpfull, they cane up with nothing
of use. Thre was also a theory that he was Irish, and I got a Genealogist in Europe to do research him and the names
caulk/calk.. Caulk is a German Name but the tree doesn't go that way, I think that the trees you and I have are sound, we just
have to resolve a few relationships to make everthing work out
From: Lars Hallberg <Lars.Hallberg@@riksarkivet.ra.se>
Subject: Olle Matthiasson/Olof Isgrå, Our ref. 42-2010/2879
To: mgcaulk65583@@yahoo.com
Date: Tuesday, June 22, 2010, 7:16 AM

Swedish National Archives


Department of State Archives
Enhet Marieberg

Dear Marvin Caulk,


The information on Olle Matthiasson is not enough to enable us to

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search for his parents. In order to do that, we have to know his
former
place of residence in Sweden.
I have transmitted your letter to Krigsarkivet (the Military
Archives),
where lists on personnel and emigrants on Swedish ships to New Sweden
are kept, but I do not know if they have such lists for the ship Örnen
("the Eagle") in 1653-54.
Best regards,
Lars Hallberg
Archivist

Sv: Re: Olle Matthiasson/Olof Isgrå, Our ref. 42-2010/2879Thursday, August 26, 2010 8:47 AMFrom: "Lars Hallberg"
<Lars.Hallberg@@riksarkivet.ra.se>View contact detailsTo: "Marvin Caulk" <mgcaulk65583@@yahoo.com>Dear Marvin
Caulk,
I have just spoken to Anders Thornström, the archivist at Krigsarkivet
who received your email in June. He didn't think there was a passenger
list for Örnen in 1653-54, but he should check and give you an answer.
If you want to get in touch with an expert on New Sweden settlers, I
suggest that you contact Elisabeth Thorsell, who is the editor of
Swedish American Genealogist. Perhaps she can give you some advice. Her
email address is: sag@@etgenealogy.se
Best regards,
Lars Hallberg

copy of email to Ms Thorsell


Olle Matthiasson, alias Olof Isgrå, alias OliverThursday, August 26, 2010 12:13 PMFrom: "Marvin Caulk"
<mgcaulk65583@@yahoo.com>View contact detailsTo: sag@@etgenealogy.se
Ms Thorsell
I have a question about Olle Matthiasson, alias Olof Isgrå, alias Oliver and Lars Hallberg Archivist of the Swedish National
Archives says you are the expert.
We know from the paper written by Dr Craig, that Olle Matthiasson came to New Sweden on the "Örnen" (Eagle) in 1654.
I was hoping that you knew the answer to two more important questions, what Village he came from, and who his parents
were. Without this bit of Genealogy, it leaves my (and others of his descendants) line at a total dead end.
Thank you for your time, and have a good day.
Marvin G Caulk, Family Genealogist and Descendant of Olle Matthiasson, alias Olof Isgrå, alias Oliver Caulk

From: "Anders Thornström" <anders.thornstrom@@krigsarkivet.ra.se>Add sender to ContactsTo:


mgcaulk65583@@yahoo.comCc: lars.hallberg@@ra.se

2010-09-03
422-2010/1198

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Marvin Caulk

Matthiasson, Olle
There are no shiplists left from the ship Örnen 1654 in the Military
Archives.

Yours sincerely,

Anders Thornström
Archivist
Oliver (Olle Matthiasson) (Olof Isgrå) Caulk and Anna were married in 1656 in New Castle, Delaware?. Anna was born.
She died. Oliver (Olle Matthiasson) (Olof Isgrå) Caulk and Anna had the following children:

A. Isaac Caulk was born in 1658 in New Castle, Delaware?. He died in 1702 at the age of 44 in World's End, Cecil Co.,
Maryland.
Isaac Caulk and Mary Finch were married. Mary Finch was born. She died. Isaac Caulk and Mary Finch had the
following children:

1. Isaac Caulk4 was born about 1693 in Cecil Co., Maryland.4–5 He died in 1748 at the age of 55 in World's End,
Cecil Co., Maryland.4–5
Isaac Caulk and Temperance were married. Temperance was born. She died. Isaac Caulk and Temperance had the
following children:

a. William Caulk4,6 was born before 1738.4,7 He lived in Prince William County, VA in 1760.4,8 He died.4

William Caulk had the following child:

i. Jacob Caulk4,9–10 was born in 1755 in New Castle, New Castle, Delaware, USA.4,7 He died in 1807 at
the age of 52 in Green Kentucky.4 He died in 1807 at the age of 52 in Alabama, USA.4,7 Jacob died after
1807 at the age of 52 in Green, Kentucky, USA.4 He lived in Madison, Alabama, USA on 1 Jun 1840.4,11
He was described as .4 !See this Compiler's Caulk genealogy for considerable data on this Jacob.
!Book 5-233 Green County, KY; This Jacob Caulk and Abigail Patterson, his wife, late Abigail Patterson,
dau and heir of James Patterson, dec'd, formerly of Rockbridge County, VA, who was one of the heirs of
David Mitchell, of said state, dec'd, of the county of Green, State of Kentucky; Appoints Wm. Rhea, Power
of Atty., to collect their part of David Mitchell estate, 12 Dec 1807. Note; Wm. Rhea was bondsman for
marriage of Jacob Caulk to Abigail Paterson, in Rockbridge County, VA).
Jacob Caulk and Abigail Patterson were married on 29 Aug 1793 in Augusta, Rockbridge, VA.1 They were
sealed together on 10 Jul 1973 in Provo. Abigail Patterson, daughter of James Patterson and
AbigalCradock, was born on 15 Jan 1752 in Gloucester, Of Rockbridge, VA.1 She died after 1807 at the
age of 55 in , Of Green, KY.1 She was baptized into the LDS Church on 16 Jul 1974 in OGDEN.1 Abigail
wasendowed on 16 Aug 1974 in OGDEN.1 She was sealed to her parents on 17 Dec 1974 in OGDEN. She
was christened in Gloucester, Essex, MA.1 !MARR: BOND FOR JACOB AND ABIGAL, 20 AUG 1790.
ABIGAL IN 1820 CENRUTHERFORD COUNTY TENNESSEE, DECEASED BY 1840 CEN
!CEN: 1820 RUTHERFORD CO TN.
!FATHER OF ABIGAL; JAMES PATTERSON, ALSO OF ROCKBRIDGE, VA. (MARRBOND).

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!BIRTH: FATHER STATES ABIGAL IS ABT AGE 21 YEARS AT MARR. One recordgives christening
date as Jan 1751.
!AFFIDAVIT: APPOINTING SON JAMES TO SELL LAND, RUTHERFORD CO, 1818.This compiler
believes the two as yet unnamed males in the 1820 censuswere, Tandy and Jacob, NO PROOF.
!IGI: Batch #:7234019, Sheet #:46, Source Call #:822602 Batch#:C500251, Source Call #:823641, 823642
Jacob Caulk and Abigail Patterson were married on 29 Aug 1790 in Rockbridge, Virginia, USA.4 They
were married on 29 Aug 1793 in Rockbridge, Virginia, USA.4 They were married on 29 Aug 1793 in
Rockbridge, Virginia, USA.4 Jacob and Abigail were sealed together on 10 Jul 1973.4 Abigail
Patterson4,12–13 was born on 15 Jan 1752 in Gloucester, Of Rockbridge, Va.4 She was born on 15 Jan 1752
in Rockbridge, Virginia, USA.4 She died in 1807 at the age of 55 in Green Kentucky, USA.4 Abigail died
after 1807 at the age of 55 in Green, Kentucky, USA.4 She died after 1807 at the age of 55 in Green,
Kentucky, USA.4 She was baptized into the LDS Church on 16 Jul 1974 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, USA.4
Abigail was endowed on 16 Aug 1974 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, USA.4 She was sealed to her parents on 17
Dec 1974 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, USA.4 She was christened in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, USA.4
!MARR: BOND FOR JACOB AND ABIGAL, 20 AUG 1790. ABIGAL IN 1820 CEN RUTHERFORD
COUNTY TENNESSEE, DECEASED BY 1840 CEN.
!CEN: 1820 RUTHERFORD CO TN.
!FATHER OF ABIGAL; JAMES PATTERSON, ALSO OF ROCKBRIDGE, VA. (MARR BOND).
!BIRTH: FATHER STATES ABIGAL IS ABT AGE 21 YEARS AT MARR. One record gives christening
date as Jan 1751.
!AFFIDAVIT: APPOINTING SON JAMES TO SELL LAND, RUTHERFORD CO, 1818. This compiler
believes the two as yet unnamed males in the 1820 census were, Tandy and Jacob, NO PROOF.
!IGI: Batch #:7234019, Sheet #:46, Source Call #:822602 Batch #:C500251, Source Call #:823641,
823642 Jacob Caulk and Abigail Patterson had the following child:

(1) James Patterson Caulk4,14 was born in 1794 in Kentucky, USA.4,7 He was born about 1794 in
Kentucky, USA.4 He died on 30 Nov 1842 at the age of 48 in Macoupin County, Illinois.4 James died
on 30 Nov 1842 at the age of 48.4 Kirkland Cem., Montgomery, Il He was buried in Kirkland Cem.,
Montgomery, Il.4 This family lived in Concord and Mt. Pleasant, Cabarrus Co., NC, until 1820 when
they moved to Hillsboro. In 1830 they moved to Roundtree Twp. John was a farmer raising corn for
whiskey mash for his tavern business. When there was work for it, he was a wagon maker. He served
as a viewer of the road from the county seat to the Sangamon Co. line, and, the road from Hillsboro to
the Vandalia Road onthe East Fork of Shoal Creek. John's father was a pioneer Luthern preacher in
Cabarrus Co., NC, serving the same church which Rev. Daniel Scherer removed from to form a
congregation in Hillsboro, about 1834.
According to the, "History of Montgomery County", John Nussman would stand in his cabin door and
shoot two or three deer as they sported about, near the house. This when he was one of the few white
men in the country north of Irving. Later, he was issued a license to operate a tavern, but, he did not
have the cash to pay for it. He was allowed to, "work it out", by cutting down trees and brush from a
wooded area that is now Court House square.

!CEN: 1850 MONTGOMERY CO ILL #314, AND FAM #597-607.


!CEN: 1860 MONTGOMERY CO ILL, P 314b, 314, AND FAM #1150
!CEN: 1880 BOND CO ILL #28
!ESTATE: FILES FOR JAMES P., Vol 1, page 375, Macoupin County.

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!DEATH: FUNERAL REC FOR ALLEN MONROE, IN POSS OF GERALD CAULK. SOME
OLDER
HEADSTONES IN RENO CEM, BOND CO, ILL FAMILY MEMBERS BELIEVE JAMES P. IS
BUR AT DONNELLSON CEM.
!MARR: REC OF MONTGOMERY, MADISON, MACOUPIN, AND MADISON COUNTIES, ILL
Research rec of, Loy Henderson. "History and Life of James N. Caulk, by Ida Lucille (Caulk) Bassett,
1989. Personal knowledge of, Elbert Caulk of Sorento, personal interview, abt 1973.
!BOOK: "1879 HIST OF MACOUPIN CO ILL., P 25, 40, and 254, states, "In 1821 came Ephriam
Powers and sons-in-law, James Caulk, and Joshua Perkins. Becoming discontented with the absence of
markets, theprevelence of diseases, and the discomforts of the frontier life, they went back to their old
homes in Tn. They all returned in 1824. Mr. Powers first settled on the place which had been improved
by Wilhelm, and afterwards lived on one which had been slightly inproved by Mr. Cowell, on the
mound, the homestead of the late Stephen Sawyer"
!BOOK: "1882 HIST OF BOND CO ILL", page 314 b, mentions that the father of James P. was one
John Caulk, a soldier of the Rev War".
!BOOK: "1892 HIST OF BOND AND MONTGOMERY CO ILL" P 411, "James (James Nathaniel,
chi #3) is #3 of 11 chi", and, "Settled in Macoupin County in 1833. This is more in agreement with the
alleged b p's of James N. & Narcissa G., his given as, "near Nashville, Tn., and hers as Tn. Allen was
supposed to have been born just after arrival in Illinois. Allen and his wife Rachel, both wanted to be
older inthe 1850 cen, they were actually age 17 & 16. This book also atates that the father of James P.
is Jacob Caulk, a RW soldier.
!Macoupin County Ilinnois land records: Jacob H. CAULK buys from Stephen WILCOX, 10 May
1842, Lots 4, 5 and 6 in block 6, East Staunton. (WRS) Does this mean there is possibly a brother to
James P.,named Jacob H., or can it mean Father Jacob came to Illinois, bought a lot and then went
back to Tn? The other two Jacob H. we have were born in 1841 & 1842. Possibly the other Jacob that
was nearby in the early Tennesse cen, came to Illinois? Others were of the opinion he went to West
Virginia. See my forthcoming write-up on our original Jacob.
!PER REC: IRENE DOVE, AND ELBERT CAULK, OF SORENTO, AND GERALD CAULK. CEM
REC FOR JAMES P. CAULK, KIRKLAND CEM. #3 CHI, JOHN LAFAYETTE, AND THREE
OTHERS DIED IN INFANCY.
He was buried in Kirkland Cem., Montgomery, IL.1 !CEN: 1850 MONTGOMERY CO ILL #314,
AND FAM #597-607.
!CEN: 1860 MONTGOMERY CO ILL, P 314b, 314, AND FAM #1150
!CEN: 1880 BOND CO ILL #28
!ESTATE: FILES FOR JAMES P., Vol 1, page 375, Macoupin County.
!DEATH: FUNERAL REC FOR ALLEN MONROE, IN POSS OF GERALD CAULK.
SOMEOLDER
HEADSTONES IN RENO CEM, BOND CO, ILL FAMILY MEMBERS BELIEVE JAMES P.IS
BUR AT DONNELLSON CEM.
!MARR: REC OF MONTGOMERY, MADISON, MACOUPIN, AND MADISON COUNTIES, ILL
Research rec of, Loy Henderson. "History and Life of James N. Caulk,by Ida Lucille (Caulk) Bassett,
1989. Personal knowledge of, ElbertCaulk of Sorento, personal interview, abt 1973.
!BOOK: "1879 HIST OF MACOUPIN CO ILL., P 25, 40, and 254, states, "In1821 came Ephriam
Powers and sons-in-law, James Caulk, and JoshuaPerkins. Becoming discontented with the absence of

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markets, theprevelence of diseases, and the discomforts of the frontier life, theywent back to their old
homes in Tn. They all returned in 1824. Mr.Powers first settled on the place which had been improved
by Wilhelm,and afterwards lived on one which had been slightly inproved by Mr.Cowell, on the
mound, the homestead of the late Stephen Sawyer"
!BOOK: "1882 HIST OF BOND CO ILL", page 314 b, mentions that thefather of James P. was one
John Caulk, a soldier of the Rev War".
!BOOK: "1892 HIST OF BOND AND MONTGOMERY CO ILL" P 411, "James (JamesNathaniel,
chi #3) is #3 of 11 chi", and, "Settled in Macoupin Countyin 1833. This is more in agreement with the
alleged b p's of James N.& Narcissa G., his given as, "near Nashville, Tn., and hers as Tn.Allen was
supposed to have been born just after arrival in Illinois.Allen and his wife Rachel, both wanted to be
older in the 1850 cen,they were actually age 17 & 16. This book also atates that the fatherof James P.
is Jacob Caulk, a RW soldier.
!Macoupin County Ilinnois land records: Jacob H. CAULK buys fromStephen WILCOX, 10 May
1842, Lots 4, 5 and 6 in block 6, EastStaunton. (WRS) Does this mean there is possibly a brother to
JamesP., named Jacob H., or can it mean Father Jacob came to Illinois,bought a lot and then went back
to Tn? The other two Jacob H. we havewere born in 1841 & 1842. Possibly the other Jacob that was
nearby intheearly Tennesse cen, came to Illinois? Others were of the opinionhe went to West Virginia.
See my forthcoming write-up on our originalJacob.
!PER REC: IRENE DOVE, AND ELBERT CAULK, OF SORENTO, AND GERALD CAULK.CEM
REC FOR JAMES P. CAULK, KIRKLAND CEM. #3 CHI, JOHN LAFAYETTE, ANDTHREE
OTHERS DIED IN INFANCY.
James Patterson Caulk and Sarah Powers were married before 1820 in TN.1 Sarah Powers, daughter of
Ephriam Powers and Christiana Cahoon, was born on 5 Apr 1802 in , , NC.1 She died on 7 Apr 1878
at the age of 76 in Nr Sorento, Bond, IL.1 She was buried in Kirkland Cemeter, Montgomery, IL.1
!Cen: 1850 Macoupin Co IL, Sarah 46 b NC; Hardina 1 dau b IL; Jacob 8b IL. (Hardina must have
been age 11). Headstone in Kirkland givesdied age 76 years & 2 days.
James Patterson Caulk and Sarah June Powers were married in 1819 in Tennessee, USA.4 , , KY They
were married in 1819 in Tennessee, USA.4 Ky They were married before 1820 in Tennessee, USA.4
Ky James and Sarah were married before 1820 in tn.4 Ky They were married in 1820 in Tennessee,
USA.4,7 Sarah June Powers4,15 was born on 5 Apr 1802 in North Carolina, USA.4 She was born on 5
Apr 1802 in North Carolina, USA.4,7 She was born on 5 Apr 1802 in North Carolina, USA.4,7 Sarah
was born on 5 Apr 1802 in North Carolina, USA.4 She was born on 5 Apr 1802 in Nc.4 She was born
in 1804 in North Carolina, USA.4,16 Sarah lived in Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, USA in 1860.4,16
She died on 7 Apr 1878 at the age of 76 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois, USA.4,7 She died on 7 Apr 1878 at
the age of 76 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois, USA.4,7 Sarah died on 7 Apr 1878 at the age of 76 in Sorento,
Bond, Illinois, USA.4 She died on 7 Apr 1878 at the age of 76.4 Kirkland Cemeter, Montgomery, Il
She died on 7 Apr 1878 at the age of 76 in Kirkland Cemeter, Montgomery, Il.4 Sarah died on 12 Apr
1878 at the age of 76 in Nr Sorento, Bond, Il.4 She was also known as Sarah A Caulk.4,16 She was also
known as Sarah Powers.4,7 Sarah was buried in Kirkland Cemeter, Montgomery, Il.4 buried at kirkland
cemetary.
buried at kirkland cemetary.
buried at kirkland cemetary.
buried at kirkland cemetary.
buried at kirkland cemetary.
buried at kirkland cemetary.
!Cen: 1850 Macoupin Co IL, Sarah 46 b NC; Hardina 1 dau b IL; Jacob 8 b IL. (Hardina must have
been age 11). Headstone in Kirkland gives died age 76 years & 2 days. James Patterson Caulk and

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Sarah June Powers had the following children:

(a) Allen Monroe Caulk4,17 was born on 11 Nov 1831 in Litchfield, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4
He was born in 1832 in Illinois, USA.4,18 He lived in Township 7 N Range 5 W, Montgomery,
Illinois in 1860.4,19 Allen lived in Lone Tree, Clay, Nebraska, USA on 19 Jun 1885.4,18 He died on
3 Dec 1913 at the age of 82 in Fairfield, Clay, Nebraska, USA.4 He was buried on 5 Dec 1913 in
Fairfield, Clay, Nebraska, USA.4 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Military Service] Cival War
Allen was described as <DESC><HAIR>Brown</HAIR><EYES>Blue</EYES><HEIGHT>5 ft
6 1/2 in</HEIGHT><DESCRIPTION>Complexion; Mudd. !DEATH: CERT FOR WIFE
RACHEL, KING CO WASHINGTON. DEATH: CARRIAGE LIST AT ALLEN'S FUNERAL,
IN POSS OF GERALD CAULK. MARR: IGI-M533842/0506; REC FOR ALLEN AND
RACHEL, MONTGOMERY CO ILLINOIS. MARR: IGI-M533842/2906; REC FOR ALLEN
AND CANSADA, MONTGOMERY CO ILLINOIS. OBIT: FOR SON GEORGE W. CAULK,
MONTGOMERY CO ILL. CEN: 1850 MONTGOMERY IL., FAM # 579-606; ALLAN CORK
20 B IL; RACHEL 19 B IL, MARR WITHIN THE YEAR. (AGE DOES NOT FULLY AGREE
WITH OTHER RECORDS). CEN: 1860 MONTGOMERY CO ILL FAM #1150 WAR: CIVIL
WAR REC FOR ALLEN, CO "D", 7 TH INF REG. ILL VOL. 1861-1864, joining at age 29, on
25 July 1861. Residence listed as, Litchfield. DEATH: FUNERAL HOME RECORDS, Guy
McLAUGHLIN, FAIRFIELD, CLAY, NEBRASKA. IGI sources for both marriages is; roll
#1315684 Old letter states that George's aunt was living with Allen on 20 May 1913. Joseph
Sisco, of Iowa, and Jasper Stokes, of Oklahoma city, were also on the carriage list for Allen's
funeral. BIRTH: Correct birth date from fam rec of Phyllis Caulk LOVE, 1989.
Carriage list for Allen's funeral, included, Joseph Sisco, ofOlewein, Iowa; and Jasper Stokes, of
Oklahoma City.
The 7th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry (3 years) was an infantry regiment that served in the
Union Army during the American Civil War.

The 7th Illinois Infantry was mustered at Cairo, Illinois on April 25, 1861 from the personnel of
the 7th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment (3 Months).
The regiment mustered out of service on July 9, 1865.
Total strength and casualties
The regiment suffered 8 officers and 81 enlisted men who were killed in action or who died of
their wounds and 3 officers and 174 enlisted men who died of disease, for a total of 266 fatalities.

Colonel John Cook - Promoted to brigadier general March 21, 1862.


Colonel Richard Rowett - mustered out with regiment
Allen Monroe Caulk and Rachael Sackett were married on 5 Sep 1850 in Montgomery, Illinois,
USA.4 They were married on 5 Sep 1850.4 They were sealed together on 12 Apr 1985.4 Allen and
Rachael were divorced.4 Rachael Sackett4 was born on 27 Feb 1832 in Illinois, USA.4 She was
born on 27 Feb 1834 in Walshville, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4,7 She was born on 27 Feb 1834
in Walshville, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 Rachael died on 12 Mar 1920 at the age of 88 in
Seattle, King County, Washington.4 She died on 12 Mar 1920 at the age of 88 in Seattle, King,
Washington, USA.4,7 She died on 12 Mar 1920 at the age of 88 in Seattle, King, Washington,
USA.4 Rachael was baptized into the LDS Church on 13 Jun 1974 in OAKLA.4 She was endowed
on 18 Jul 1974 in OAKLA.4 She was sealed to her parents on 24 Jul 1974 in OAKLA.4 Married
(1) Alan M Caulk, 5 Sep 1850,,Montgomery,Illinois
(2) David Taylor Starr
!PER FAM REC OF; AURELLA STARR, (DAU M/2), in poss Gerald CAULK. Both Aurella
Starr and Mary Catherine Caulk, state there were six chi born to Allen & Rachel, 2 boys and 3

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girls died in infancy. Mary said George was the youngest. CEN: 1850 MONTGOMERY
COUNTY, ILLINOIS. OBIT: In the Seattle newspaper, d cert. Allen Monroe Caulk and Rachael
Sackett had the following child:

(i) George Washington Caulk4 was born on 13 Oct 1855 in Walshville, Montgomery,
Illinois, USA.4 He was born in 1856 in Illinois, USA.4,20 He was born in 1857 in Illinois,
USA.4,21 George lived in Apple River, Jo Daviess, Illinois, USA in 1860.4,20 He lived in
Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA in 1870.4,21 He lived in Montgomery, Illinois, USA in
1910.4,22 George died on 4 Dec 1935 at the age of 80 in Montgomery County Illinois.4,7 He
was baptized into the LDS Church on 13 Jun 1974 in OAKLA.4 He was endowed on 18 Jul
1974 in OAKLA.4 George was sealed to his parents on 24 Jul 1974 in OAKLA.4 He was
christened.4 , , , Igi-7401802 He was buried in St. John's Cem., Montgomery, Illinois.4
George was buried in Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 !Aurella STARR, George's half sister,
says George was youngest of six chi, two boys and three girls died young. Mary Catherine,
George's dau, says three were brothers and sisters that all died beforeshe was born, leaving
George as an only chi, the youngest.
!Death: George's obituary.
!Marr: IGI-M533842/7647; rec of Montgomery Co, IL. "1821-1900" book.
!Cen: 1850 Montgomery Co IL. Fam #597.
!IGI: 7401802/50; and IGI-T902020/0204.
Personal contact with chi; Mary; Jasper; Oda; and by corres with Clara. Obit: George
Washington Caulk was born 13 Oct. 1855 near Walshville, IL, and died 4 Dec 1936, aged 81
years, 2 months and 21 days. His wife preceded him in death, 14 April 1913. He leaves to
morn his loss, 3 dau's Mrs. Mary McCulley of Hillsboro, Mrs. Cora Altevogt of Irving, and
Mrs. Clara Carlock of Taylor Springs, and 4 sons, Elmer of Stephenson , Mich., Oda of
Hillsboro, Eli & Jasper of Nokomis. He leaves 40 G chi, also 4 half brothers, Albert and
Arthur of Oklahoma, Henry of Nebraska, and Joseph of Iowa; 6 half sisters, Mrs. Aurella
Schneider of San Francisco, Ca; Alice & Sarah of Nebr; Docia of Colo; Lillian & Rosetta of
Kansas, and a numbper of neices & nephews, and friends. He also leaves 18 great grand chi.
(Montg. News)
!MCGS pub of Oct 1983 p 54.
!MCGS PUB P OCT 1983 P 54.
George Washington Caulk and Harriet Catherine Nussman were married on 24 Jan 1884 in
Montgomery County Illinois.4 Harriet Catherine Nussman4 was born on 15 Apr 1859 in
Illinois, USA.4,23 She was born on 15 Apr 1859 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4
She was born on 15 Apr 1859 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4,7 Harriet was born
on 15 Apr 1859 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 She was born on 15 Apr 1859 in
Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 She lived in Township 10 N Range 3 W,
Montgomery, Illinois in 1860.4,23 Harriet died on 13 Apr 1913 at the age of 53 in
Montgomery County Illinois.4 She died on 13 Apr 1913 at the age of 53 in Nokomis,
Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4,7 She died on 13 Apr 1913 at the age of 53 in Hillsboro,
Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 Harriet died on 13 Apr 1913 at the age of 53 in Nokomis,
Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 She was baptized into the LDS Church on 13 Jun 1974.4 She
was baptized into the LDS Church on 13 Jun 1974 in OAKLA.4 Harriet was endowed on 18
Jul 1974.4 She was endowed on 18 Jul 1974 in OAKLA.4 She was sealed to her parents on 24
Jul 1974 in OAKLA.4 Harriet was also known as Harriet Nussman.4,23 She was buried in
St.John's Cem., Montgomery, Illinois.4 She was buried in Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4
!Estate file: #E74, Montgomery County, Illinois, George Washington Caulk and Harriet
Catherine Nussman had the following children:

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I. Jasper Lee Caulk4 was born on 18 Oct 1889 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4
He was born on 18 Oct 1889 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4,7
He was born on 18 Oct 1889 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4,7
Jasper was born on 18 Oct 1889 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA.4,24–25 He lived in Montgomery, Illinois, USA in 1900.4,24,26 He
lived in Morrisonville, Christian, Illinois, USA in 1930.4,27 Jasper died in
Aug 1973 at the age of 83 in Hillsboro, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 He
died in Aug 1973 at the age of 83 in Hillsboro, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA.4,7 He died in Aug 1973 at the age of 83 in Hillsboro, Montgomery,
4,7 Jasper died about Aug 1973 at the age of 83.4 He died in Oct 1973 at the
Illinois, USA.
age of 84 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4,25 He was baptized into the LDS
Church on 21 Mar 1978 in OAKLA.4 Jasper was endowed on 21 Mar 1978 in OAKLA.4
He was sealed to his parents on 14 Feb 1986 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, USA.4 He in
Montgomery County.4,24 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:SSN issued]4,25 Jasper was
buried in St. John's Cem., Montgomery, IL.4 He was buried in Montgomery, Illinois,
USA.4 He had Social Security Number 327-18-7873.4,25 !Family files.
!IGI-T902020/0205.
!Marr: Second, Lovey (Jackson) Stokes, Montgomery County abt 1945.
!Jasper is father of this compiler, Gerald Caulk, born 29 June 1918.
!Jasper is father of this compiler, Gerald Caulk, born 29 June 1918.
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Jasper has siblings, see this compiler's, "Caulk, Direct Line" genealogy.
Jasper Lee Caulk and Esther Vernon Fogle were married on 25 Feb 1914 in Hillsboro,
Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4,7 They were married on 25 Feb 1914 in Illinois, USA.4
They were married on 25 Feb 1914 in Hillsboro, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 Jasper and
Esther were sealed together on 21 Mar 1978 in OAKLA.4 Esther Vernon Fogle4 was
born on 11 Apr 1896 in Cotton Hill, Sangamon, Illinois, USA.4 She was born on 11 Apr
1896 in Cotton Hill, Sangamon, Illinois, USA.4,7 She was born on 11 Apr 1896 in Cotton
Hill, Sangamon, Illinois, USA.4,7 Esther was born on 11 Apr 1896 in Cotton Hill,
Sangamon, Illinois, USA.4,7 She was born on 11 Apr 1896 in Cotton Hill, Sangamon,
Illinois, USA.4 She died on 29 Oct 1921 at the age of 25 in Litchfield, Montgomery,
Illinois, USA.4 Esther died on 29 Oct 1921 at the age of 25 in Litchfield, Montgomery,
Illinois, USA.4,7 She died on 29 Oct 1921 at the age of 25 in Litchfield, Montgomery,
Illinois, USA.4,7 She died on 29 Oct 1921 at the age of 25 in Litchfield, Montgomery,
Illinois, USA.4,7 Esther died on 29 Oct 1921 at the age of 25 in Litchfield, Montgomery,
Illinois, USA.4 She was baptized into the LDS Church on 17 Apr 1959.4 She was
endowed on 6 Nov 1959.4 Esther was sealed to her parents on 28 Oct 1960.4 She was
buried in Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 !D cert Montgomery Co, IL. Family files. Her
family bible in possession of her dau, Ilene Caulk Forbes. IGI: T902020-0883469 Jasper
Lee Caulk and Esther Vernon Fogle had the following children:

A. Harold Floyd Caulk4 was born on 15 Oct 1916 in Irving, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA.4,25,28 He was born on 15 Oct 1916 in Irving, Montgomery,
Illinois, USA.4,7 He was born on 15 Oct 1916 in Irving,
Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 Harold was born in 1917 in Illinois,
USA.4,29 He was born in 1917.4,30 He lived in Witt, Montgomery,
Illinois, USA in 1930.4,29 Harold died on 23 Jan 1993 at the age of
76 in Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan, USA.4 y He died on 23 Jan 1993
at the age of 76 in Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan, USA.4,28 He died on
23 Jan 1993 at the age of 76 in Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan, USA.4

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[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:SSN issued]4,25 Harold was buried in White
Chapel Cem, Oakland, MI.4 He lived in Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan, USA.4,28 He had
Social Security Number 382-07-7815.4,25 2ed MARR
Harold Floyd Caulk and Helen Louise were married on 27 Nov 1976 in , , Michigan.1
Helen Louise was born on 9 Jan 1927 in , , MI.1 !HELEN LOUISE HAD CHI BY
HER MARR/1; 1. BARBARA JEAN RUTHENBERG b 10AUG 1952, MARR
CHARLES RUFFNER, 6 SEPT 1976, THEY HAVE ONE SON; 2.NANCY JANE
RUTHENBERG, b 10 AUG 1952, MARR Mr. BAREFOOT, Div.; 2.LARRY JAMES
RUTHENBERG, b 5 FEB 1954; and 3. JAMES DAVID RUTHENBERG, b9 OCT
1958
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Harold Floyd Caulk and Freda Marie Schwartz were married on 1 Jun 1938 in St
Charles, Missouri, USA.4 They were divorced.4 They were married.4
Harold and Freda were married.4 They were divorced.4 They were
divorced.4 Freda Marie Schwartz4 was born on 27 Feb 1916 in
Witt, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 She was born on 28 Feb 1916 in
Witt, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 She was born in 1917.4,30 Freda
was born on 27 Feb 1917 in Illinois, USA.4,31 She died on 20 Jan
1995 at the age of 78 in Pandora, Putnam, Ohio, USA.4 She died on
20 Jan 1995 at the age of 78 in Putnam, Ohio, USA.4,31 Freda died
on 20 Jan 1995 at the age of 78 in Putnam, Ohio, USA.4,31 She was also known as
Freda Marie Caulk.4,31 She was also known as Freda Marie Caulk.4,31 !PER FILE OF
GERALD CAULK, AND, HAROLD CAULK. FREDA'S FATHER WAS
JOHNSCHWARTZ, B 1870, PROBABLY AT WITT, MONTGOMERY, ILL. DIED
AT PANA,ILL, 1935. HER MOTHER WAS FLORENCE KATHERINE HOEHN, B
1890, AT WITT.THE FAMILY FARM WAS ABT EQUIDISTANT FROM
NOKOMIS, IRVING, ANDFILLMORE, MONTGOMERY CO, THERE WERE
MANY CHILDREN. Brother Carl B.Schwartz of Rochester Hills, died 14 May 1990,
age 63, husband ofJimmie, father of Tammy Barnhart and David and Allen, 1
grandchild.Also survived by many brothers and sisters. Mr. Schwartz was a
memberof the American Legion and the Loyal Order of Moose. There will
bevisitation only at the Harold R. Davis Funeral Home, Auburn Hills,Tues & Wed
from 7-9 pm. Memorial contributions may be made to theHospice Foundation

B. Edwin Gerald Caulk4 was born on 29 Jun 1918 in Witt, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA.4,7 He was born on 29 Jun 1918 in Witt, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4 He was
born on 29 Jun 1918 in Witt, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4,25 Edwin was born on 29
Jun 1918 in Witt, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.4,7 He was born on 29 Jun 1918 in
Illinois, USA.4,32 He was born on 29 Jun 1918 in Witt, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA.4,7 Edwin was born in 1919.4,33 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Arrival]4,33
He was baptized into the LDS Church on 2 Apr 1960.4 He was endowed on 19 Aug
1961.4 Edwin was sealed to his parents about 1975 in OAKLA.4 He died on 22 Oct
1975 at the age of 57 in Jacksonville, Morgan, Illinois, USA.4,7 He died on 26 Apr
1996 at the age of 77 in Walnut Creek, Contra Costa, California, USA.4,25 Edwin
died on 26 Apr 1996 at the age of 77.4 He died on 26 Apr 1996 at the age of 77 in
Contra Costa, California, USA.4,32 He died in 1998 at the age of 80.4,7 Edwin died in
1998 at the age of 80.4,7 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:SSN issued]4,25 He had
Social Security Number 549-26-4690.4,25 ADOPTION: GERALD EDWIN WAS
ADOPTED BY AMELIA'S M/2, RAY GILMAN, ANDGIVEN THE NAME,
GERALD DAVID GILMAN, THIS NEW FAMILY LIVED SANLEANDRO, CA.
GERALD IS SAME PERSON AS R-156 in M-29. AMELIA AND RAYHAD TWO
CHI, JOANN, B CIRCA 1950, A BOY ABT 1952. AMELIA'S FATHER
WASFROM CHIHUAHUA, SONORA, BEING OF ENGLISH DESCENT. MANY

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RELATIVES STILLTHERE. HER MOTHER WAS TRINITY MORALES, BORN
OAKLAND, OFSPANISH/MEXICAN DESCENT, SISTERS, ANNA, M/1 LLOYD
LUND, M/2 PUGATCH,AND JOSEPHINE, M/1 OLIN; M/2 NOT KNOWN.
LIVING FRESNO, CA. NAME NOTKNOWN. OLIN WAS FROM TYLER,
TEXAS. TRINITY HAD BROTHERS, WILLIAM, AROOFER, JESSE AND
CHARLES, POSSIBLY MORE CHI. ALL BY PER KNOWLEDGE OFGERALD
CAULK.
Edwin Gerald Caulk and Meddie Louise Campbell were married on 18 Sep 1948.4
They were married on 18 Sep 1948 in Oakland, Alameda, California, USA.4,7 They
were married on 18 Sep 1948 in Oakland, Alameda, California, USA.4 Edwin and
Meddie were sealed together on 19 Aug 1961.4 Meddie Louise Campbell4 was born
on 2 Jan 1916 in Roanoke Rapids, Halifax, North Carolina, USA.4 She was born on
2 Jan 1916.4 She was born on 2 Jan 1916 in Roanoke Rapids, Halifax, North
Carolina, USA.4,7 Meddie was baptized into the LDS Church on 2 Apr 1960.4 She
was endowed on 19 Aug 1961.4 She died.4 !B CERT. D CERT OF PARENTS. PER
FILES.
Seal to Parents: 19 aug 1961 LANGE - Los Angeles California
Edwin Gerald Caulk and Amelia Grace Carlisle were married on 3 Mar 1940 in
Alameda, Alameda, California, USA.4 They were divorced.4 Amelia Grace
Carlisle4 was born about 1921 in Oakland, Alameda, California, USA.4 She died.
!PER FILES AND KNOWLEDGE. MARR: ALAMEDA CO RECORDS. DIV:
ALAMEDA CO RECORDS BIRTH: ALAMEDA CO RECORDS FOR CHI #1.

C. Eunice Virginia Caulk4 was born on 20 May 1915 in Irving, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA.4 She died on 22 Oct 1975 at the age of 60 in Jacksonville, Morgan,
Illinois, USA.4 She was baptized into the LDS Church on 21 Mar 1978.4 Eunice was
endowed on 21 Mar 1978 in OAKLA.4 She was sealed to her parents on 21 Mar
1978 in OAKLA.4 She was christened.4 , , , Igi-T902020 Eunice was buried in
Morgan, Illinois, USA.4 !FAMILY FILES OF GERALD CAULK AND ILENE
CAULK FORBES, CEM REC AT JACKSONVILLE. IGI-T902020/0206. OBIT:
STATES BORN MORRISONVILLE, CHRISTIAN, IL., FATHER (JASPER) HAS
PREVIOUSLY (1963) STATED SHE WAS BORN NEAR IRVING,
MONTGOMERY, IL. THIS LATER SEEMS MORE LIKELY TO BE CORRECT,
FROM FAMILY'S KNOWN ADDRESSES. Grave site is about midway tween
WELLS oblisk and the EPLER oblisks; one grave from of Charley WILLIAMS'
stone, and two graves from John THORNBORROW'S stone; about 100 feet from the
mausoleum & one block from the shed.

D. Ilene Blanche Caulk4 was born on 21 Oct 1920 in Fillmore, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA.4 She was born on 21 Oct 1920 in Fillmore, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA.4,25 She died on 10 Mar 2001 at the age of 80 in Alton, Madison, Illinois,
USA.4 Ilene died on 10 Mar 2001 at the age of 80 in Jerseyville, Jersey, Illinois,
USA.4,25 She was also known as Ilene B. Forbes.4,25 [NEED TO DEFINE
SENTENCE:SSN issued]4,25 She in Jerseyville, Jersey, Illinois, USA.4,25 Ilene had
Social Security Number 328-22-9619.4,25 PINE TREE CEMETERY OBITUARIES
Pine Tree Cemetery near Patterson IL
<http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~ilmaga/greene/cemeteries/pinetree/obits/file1.
html>
FORBES, ILENE BLANCHE CAULK
The Telegraph, Alton, IL., March 11, 2001
JERSEYVILLE -- Ilene Blanche Forbes, 80 died at 4:30 a.m. Saturday, March 10,

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2001, at her residence.
Born Oct. 21, 1920, in Fillmore, she was a daughter of the late Jasper and Esther
(Fogle) Caulk.
A homemaker, she was a member of the Hope Lutheran Church in Jerseyville.
On Oct. 26, 1941, in Fieldon, she married the late Lloyd Forbes Sr. He died May 26,
1980.
Surviving are a daughter and son-in-law, Karen and Allen Ballard of Jerseyville; a
son and daughter-in-law, Lloyd and June Forbes Jr. of St. Louis; a granddaughter
and her husband, Julia and Chad Jones of Dallas, Ga.
A sister, Eunice Virginia Caulk; two brothers, Harold and Edwin Gerald Caulk,
preceded her in death.
Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday at Gubser Funeral Home, where services
will be conducted at 10 a.m. Tuesday, with the Rev. R. Ankney officiating.
Burial will follow at Pine Tree Cemetery near Patterson.
Ilene Blanche Caulk and Lloyd Forbes Sr were married on 26 Oct 1941 in Fieldon,
Jersey, Illinois, USA.4 They were married on 26 Oct 1941 in Fieldon, Jersey,
Illinois, USA.4 Lloyd Forbes Sr4 was born on 8 Aug 1922 in Time, Pike, Illinois,
USA.4 He was born on 8 Aug 1922.4,25 He died in May 1980 at the age of 57.4,25
Lloyd died on 26 May 1980 at the age of 57 in Jerseyville, Jersey, Illinois, USA.4 He
died on 26 May 1980 at the age of 57.4 He was also known as Lloyd Forbes.4,25
Lloyd was also known as Lloyd Forbes Sr.4 He was buried in Jerseyville, Jersey,
Illinois, USA.4 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:SSN issued]4,25 He in Jerseyville,
Jersey, Illinois, USA.4,25 Lloyd had Social Security Number 354-12-9041.4,25 !Lloyd
served 20 years in the Air Force, several bases, after retirement, was a Mail Carrier
in Jerseyville, Illinois.
Jasper Lee Caulk and Lovey Leona Jackson were married on 12 Dec 1945 in Hillsboro,
Montgomery, Illinois, USA. Lovey Leona Jackson was born. She died. Jasper Lee
Caulk and Lovey Leona Jackson had the following children:

A. Rosie Marie Caulk was born on 30 Aug 1946 in Nokomis, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA. She died.

B. Mildred Evelyn Caulk was born on 4 May 1949 in Nokomis, Montgomery, IL.
She died.
Mildred Evelyn Caulk and Robert Noyes were married about 1964 in Illinois, USA.
Robert Noyes was born about 1935 in Montgomery, Illinois, USA. He died.

II. Cora Jane Caulk4,34 was born on 13 May 1886 in Montgomery County Illinois.4 She
died on 25 Jan 1954 at the age of 67 in Irving, Illinois, Montgomery County.4 She was
buried in Montgomery County Illinois.4
Cora Jane Caulk and Casper William Altevogt were married on 16 May 1910 in
Montgomery County Illinois. Casper William Altevogt35 was born in 1882. He died in
1958 at the age of 76 in Montgomery County Illinois. He was buried in Montgomery
County Illinois. Cora Jane Caulk and Casper William Altevogt had the following
children:

A. Wilma Emaline Altevogt36 was born on 22 Dec 1919. She died on 10 Apr 1989
at the age of 69 in Montgomery County Illinois. She was buried in Montgomery
County Illinois.
Wilma Emaline Altevogt and Robert Lynn Barker were married in St. Louis,
Missouri. Robert Lynn Barker37 was born on 13 Jan 1909. He died on 22 Sep 1986

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at the age of 77 in Sangamon County, Illinois. He was buried in Montgomery
County Illinois.

B. Minnie Louise Altevogt was born on 13 Jul 1927 in Irving, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA. She died.
Minnie Louise Altevogt and Henry Miller were married. Henry Miller was born. He
died.

C. Lidia Almira Altevogt was born in 1911 in Irving, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.
She died. Children; Elmer; Melvin; Everett and Marvin Stolte. Martin Stolte,and
John Henry Stolte, who marr Grace Altevogt, are brothers.
Gerald Caulk

D. Grace Altevogt was born on 25 Sep 1912. She died on 22 May 1987 at the age of
74.

E. Clarence Earl "Lum" Altevogt was born on 29 Jan 1913 in Irving,


Montgomery, Illinois, USA. He died on 13 Jul 1981 at the age of 68.

F. Russell "Rat" Altevogt was born on 15 May 1916 in Irving, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA. He died on 4 Oct 1965 at the age of 49.

G. Cecil Altevogt was born on 8 Jul 1921 in Irving, Montgomery, Illinois, USA. He
died on 23 Dec 1921 at the age of 0.

H. Walter "Woody" Altevogt was born on 8 Jul 1921 in Irving, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA. He died.

I. Lawrence "Jist" Altevogt was born on 29 Sep 1924 in Irving, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA. He died on 11 Feb 1975 at the age of 50 in Montgomery, IL.
[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:MYHERITAGE:REL_FRIENDS] Frank ROOT was
born. He died. Cora Jane Caulk and Frank ROOT had the following child:

A. Verna Mae ROOT was born in 1906. She died.


Verna Mae ROOT and Frederick ALTEVOGT were married on 22 Sep 1922.
Frederick ALTEVOGT was born. He died.

III. Eli Washington Caulk was born on 17 Oct 1887 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA. He died on 25 Dec 1961 at the age of 74 in Alton, Madison, Illinois, USA.
Eli Washington Caulk and Alta May Carlock were married on 28 Sep 1910 in Illinois,
USA. Alta May Carlock was born on 4 Aug 1892 in Illinois, USA. She died on 28 Jan
1980 at the age of 87 in Montgomery, Illinois, USA. Information from Alta Carlock
CAULK:
Alta was dau of Levi CARLOCK, from his M/1, Sarah WILLIAMS, Sarahdied;
Clara CAULK, sister of Eli CAULK, marr Levi CARLOCK, they had 3 chi;he
died; Clara M/2 Louis CARLOCK, cousin of Alta CARLOCK, 4 chi, he died;
Louis CARLOCK was son of John CARLOCK, John was bro to Levi; so---
Alta and Louis were cousins. Eli Washington Caulk and Alta May Carlock had the
following children:

A. Edith Velma Caulk was born on 6 Nov 1911 in Witt, Montgomery, Illinois,

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USA. She died.
Edith Velma Caulk and Paul Beaty were married on 8 Feb 1930 in Belleville, St
Clair, Illinois, USA. Paul Beaty was born on 28 Dec 1907 in Morrisonville,
Christian, Illinois, USA. He died. !PAULS FATHER WAS RAYMOND HENRY
BEATY, MOTHER WAS NELLIE LORETTA POPECHI #1 MARR MR
GERMAN CHI #3 MARR MR McKINNEY CHI #4 MARR MR WILLIAMSCHI
#5 MARR MR. LYERLA CHI #6 WAS AGE 17 IN 1963 CHI #7 WAS AGE 15
IN1963 FROM FAMILY FILES.

B. Lester Eugene Caulk was born on 3 Aug 1925 in Morrisonville, Christian,


Illinois, USA. He died.
Lester Eugene Caulk and Lila Viola Mathias were married. Lila Viola Mathias was
born on 1 Sep 1925 in Christian, Illinois, USA. She died.

C. Sarah Catherine Caulk was born on 15 Aug 1920 in Morrisonville, Christian,


Illinois, USA. She died.
Sarah Catherine Caulk and William Eugene Mayberry were married on 20 May
1939. William Eugene Mayberry was born on 28 Apr 1916. He died.

D. Ethel Mae Caulk was born on 20 Aug 1913 in Witt, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.
She died.
Ethel Mae Caulk and Ben William Johnson were married. Ben William Johnson
was born on 4 Nov 1913 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA. He died. William
JOHNSON, mother was, Bertha SCHNEIDER, marrat New Douglas, Madison, IL.

E. Warren Edward Caulk was born on 24 Feb 1918 in Montgomery, IL. He died
on 8 Feb 1981 at the age of 62 in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, USA.

F. Levi William Caulk was born on 11 Sep 1922 in Illinois, USA. He died on 13 Jul
1987 at the age of 64 in Burbank, Los Angeles, California, USA.

G. Everett Junior Caulk was born in 1929 in Christian, Illinois, USA. He died
between 1982 and 1986 at the age of 53 in California, USA.

H. Betty June Caulk was born on 6 Jun 1931 in Christian, Illinois, USA. She died.

IV. Mary Catherine Caulk was born on 10 Feb 1885 in Nokomis, Montgomery,
Illinois, USA. She died.
Mary Catherine Caulk and Elmer Hampton McCulley were married on 1 Feb 1906 in
Hillsboro, Montgomery, Illinois, USA. Elmer Hampton McCulley was born on 10 Sep
1883 in Bunker Hill, Macoupin, Illinois, USA. He died about 1975 at the age of 92 in
Montgomery, Illinois, USA. Mary Catherine Caulk and Elmer Hampton McCulley had
the following children:

A. Erma Louise McCulley was born on 1 Aug 1916 in Irving, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA. She died. Family bible in poss of Mary Catherind (Caulk)
McCulley,1962.
Erma Louise McCulley and Charles Riley were married on 29 Jan 1956. Charles
Riley was born. He died. Family bible in poss of Mary Catherind (Caulk)
McCulley,1962.

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B. Glayds Evenlyn McCulley was born on 28 Mar 1907 in Irving, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA. She died on 19 Jun 1961 at the age of 54 in Clinton, De Witt, Illinois,
USA.
Glayds Evenlyn McCulley and Ray Bost Joyce were married. Ray Bost Joyce was
born on 6 Aug 1907. He died.

C. Everett Lester McCulley was born on 2 Jun 1909 in Irving, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA. He died.
Everett Lester McCulley and Hazel Brown were married on 5 Jun 1932. Hazel
Brown was born. She died.

V. Oda Floyd Caulk was born on 22 Dec 1892 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.
He died on 12 Jul 1976 at the age of 83 in Hillsboro, Montgomery, Illinois, USA.
Oda Floyd Caulk and Rose Ann Cassidy were married. Rose Ann Cassidy was born. She
died. Oda Floyd Caulk and Rose Ann Cassidy had the following children:

A. Patric Miles Caulk was born on 29 Sep 1929 in Witt, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA. He died. !PATRICK WAS A SOLDIER IN THE KOREAN WAR

B. Freda Ann Caulk was born in 1925 in Witt Township, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA. She died.
Freda Ann Caulk and "BENNY" were married. "BENNY" was born. He died.
Freda Ann Caulk and MARTIN BROOKS were married. MARTIN BROOKS was
born. He died.

VI. Clara Cenoria Caulk was born on 26 Aug 1894 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA. She died.
Clara Cenoria Caulk and Levi Jefferson CARLOCK were married. Levi Jefferson
CARLOCK was born on 23 Mar 1851 in Ramsey, Fayette, Illinois, USA. He died on 11
Sep 1923 at the age of 72 in Witt, Montgomery, Illinois, USA. Clara Cenoria Caulk and
Levi Jefferson CARLOCK had the following children:

A. Carl Edwin Carlock was born on 28 May 1915 in Assumption, Christian,


Illinois, USA. He died.
Carl Edwin Carlock and June Grobou were married. June Grobou was born. She
died.

B. Claude Jefferson CARLOCK was born on 1 Jan 1918 in Hurricane, Fayette, IL.
He died.
Claude Jefferson CARLOCK and Mary Joann Andrenson were married on 1 Jan
1939. They were divorced. Mary Joann Andrenson was born in Taylor Springs,
Montgomery, Illinois, USA. She died.

C. Pauline Louise CARLOCK was born on 27 Jan 1920 in Witt, Montgomery, IL.
She died.
Pauline Louise CARLOCK and Bert Everett were married. Bert Everett was born.
He died.

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Clara Cenoria Caulk and Louie CARLOCK were married. Louie CARLOCK was born
on 7 Mar 1886 in Ramsey, Fayette, Illinois, USA. He died on 1 Jun 1938 at the age of 52
in Taylor Springs, Montgomery, IL. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Military Service]
Pvt 327th Field Art, 84th He was buried in Waveland Cem., Montgomery, IL. Clara
Cenoria Caulk and Louie CARLOCK had the following children:

A. Herbert Dale CARLOCK was born on 15 Dec 1929 in Taylor Springs,


Montgomery, Illinois, USA. He died.
Herbert Dale CARLOCK and Minnie Ruth were married. Minnie Ruth was born.
She died.

B. Ellen Rosezella CARLOCK was born in 1930. She died in 1930 at the age of 0.

C. Donald Lee CARLOCK was born on 13 Nov 1932 in Taylor Springs,


Montgomery, Illinois, USA. He died on 13 Sep 1956 at the age of 23.
Donald Lee CARLOCK and Rosemary Stocken were married. Rosemary Stocken
was born. She died.

D. Darlene Jeannette CARLOCK was born on 22 Jun 1937 in Taylor Springs,


Montgomery, Illinois, USA. She died.
Darlene Jeannette CARLOCK and Donald George Pugh were married on 19 Feb
1955. Donald George Pugh was born. He died.

VII. Elmer Wesley Caulk was born on 18 May 1891 in Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA. He died in 1957 at the age of 66 in Seattle, King, Washington, USA.
Allen Monroe Caulk and Cansada Jones were married on 6 Sep 1866 in Montgomery, Kane,
Illinois, USA. Cansada Jones was born on 28 Oct 1842 in Jackson, Madison, Tennessee, USA.
She died on 24 Dec 1930 at the age of 88 in Fairfield, Clay, Nebraska, USA. She was buried in
Fairfield, Clay, Nebraska, USA. Cansada applied for Widows Pension in March 1914 Allen
Monroe Caulk and Cansada Jones had the following children:

(i) Alice Mendora Caulk was born on 26 Jul 1867 in Litchfield, Montgomery, IL. She died
in 1960 at the age of 93. !MARR: ALICE TO W.T. CROFT, THEY LIVED NEBR.,INFO
FROM ALLEN CAULK'SFUNERAL CARRIAGE LIST, AND OLD LETTERS FROM
ALLEN CAULK TO HIS SONGEORGE CIRCA 1913. AS OF MAY 1913, ALICE HAD 12
CHI, OLDEST AGE 26,YOUNGEST 4. 2 BOYS WERE MARR, 1 G SON AGE 3
MONTHS, 1 DAU AGE 18, 1OLDER BOY AT COLLEGE AT YORK. ONE DAU NAMED
BLANCHE, ONE NAMED, HOPE.FOUR SONS OWNED FARMS, ONE IN EACH
DIRECTION FROM ALLEN'S PLACE, EARLY1900'S. ABOVE LETTERS, 1973, IN
POSS OF MARY CATHERINE CAULK McCULLEY,OF HILLSBORO. SON GEORGE'S
AUNT WAS LIVING WITH ALLEN, ON MAY 20 1913.W. T. CRPFT HAD SISTER DIE
IN IOWA, "OVER A WEEK AGO", AS OF 13 MAY1913. In Kansas City, one George
CROFT invented a Ball & Sockett hitchused extensively by U-haul Trailers.
Alice Mendora Caulk and William Teeter Croft were married on 12 Nov 1885 in Clay,
Nebraska, USA. William Teeter Croft was born. He died. Alice Mendora Caulk and William
Teeter Croft had the following children:

I. Croft was born. She died.

II. HOPE Croft was born. She died.

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(ii) John Albert Caulk was born on 18 Apr 1869 in Lone Tree, Illinois, USA. He died in Jan
1936 at the age of 66 in Hennessey Cem., Hennessey, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, USA. He was
buried in Kingfisher, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, USA.
John Albert Caulk and Bina L Kirkpatrick were married on 1 Dec 1885 in Clay, Nebraska,
USA. Bina L Kirkpatrick was born on 22 Nov 1869 in Fairfield, Clay, Nebraska, USA. She
died. John Albert Caulk and Bina L Kirkpatrick had the following child:

I. Alpha Caulk was born on 15 Nov 1888 in Galena, Dixon, Nebraska, USA. She died
on 21 Aug 1968 at the age of 79 in Wenatchee, Chelan, Washington, USA.
Alpha Caulk and Richard Gladwin Hedges were married on 25 Jun 1907 in Seattle, King,
Washington, USA. Richard Gladwin Hedges was born on 14 May 1885 in Little
Current, Manitoulin District, Ontario, Canada. He died on 17 Dec 1956 at the age of 71
in Seattle, King, Washington, USA. He was buried in Wenatchee Cem Chelan, Chelan,
Washington, USA. PARENTS;Harry Stoudwick HEDGES 23 Jan 1854, Bristol,
England, M 8 Nov1877, d 20 Sept 1950, at Edmonds, Wn. Bur Washelli cem, Seattle
Hisfather was William Hedges; mother was Hester Strudwick, a Governess.Mother was
Emily Elizabeth SLACK 27 Nov 1859, Melancthen, Ontario, d25 Dec 1902 Edmonds,
Wn., bur Washelli Cem, Seattle. Father wasThomas Slack, mother was Catherine
WRIGHT 1867, India, d Jan 1956,Wenatchee, Wn. Alpha Caulk and Richard Gladwin
Hedges had the following children:

A. Ralph Wendell Hedges was born on 9 Jan 1914 in Seattle, King, WA. He died
on 26 Mar 1984 at the age of 70.
Ralph Wendell Hedges and Gladys CRICTCHER were married. Gladys
CRICTCHER was born. She died.

B. Phyllis Hedges was born on 1 Feb 1919 in Seattle, King, Washington, USA. She
died. !BOTH CHILDREN ADOPTED
Phyllis Hedges and Nathan O Love were married. Nathan O Love was born on 18
Sep 1915 in Whelless, Cimarron, Oklahoma, USA. He died. !BOTH CHILDREN
ADOPTED

C. Lawrence Richard Hedges was born on 1 Nov 1919. He died.


Lawrence Richard Hedges and WINIFRED HALLER were married. WINIFRED
HALLER was born. She died.
Lawrence Richard Hedges and DORA MAE KEITHLEY were married. DORA
MAE KEITHLEY was born. She died.
John Albert Caulk and Effie Trussell were married in Nebraska, USA?. Effie Trussell was
born. She died. John Albert Caulk and Effie Trussell had the following children:

I. Viola Caulk died about 1959 in California, USA. She was born in Hennessey,
Kingfisher, Oklahoma, USA. !PER: BY PER CONTACT WITH DOROTHY CAULK,
(MRS. MAX ALBERT CAULK), ATHENNESSY,
OKLAHOMA, 1971.
HEADSTONE READINGS, HENNESSY CEM.
!VIOLA MARR DICK ROBERTS, CHI 1. RICHARD LIVED TULSA; 2. JACK
LIVEDBOOKER, TX; and AN INFANT BUR AT HENNESSY CEM

II. Sidney Caulk died about 13 Mar 1954 in Enid, Garfield, Oklahoma, USA. He was

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Sidney Caulk and Rose Jones were married. Rose Jones was born about 1891. She died
on 16 Aug 1970 at the age of 79. Sidney Caulk and Rose Jones had the following
children:

A. Dorothy Caulk was born about 1921 in Kingfisher, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, USA.
She died about 1925 at the age of 4.

B. Max Albert Caulk was born on 24 May 1923 in Hennessey, Kingfisher,


Oklahoma, USA. He died MAX DIED OF HEART ATTACK WHILE TRYING
NEW BOAT FOR FIRST TIME on 26 Apr 1970 at the age of 46 in Canton, Blaine,
Oklahoma, USA.
Max Albert Caulk and Dorothy Mae Alexander were married on 18 Jul 1948 in
Hennessey, Kingfisher, Oklahoma, USA. Dorothy Mae Alexander was born on 28
May 1926 in Okeene, Blaine, Oklahoma, USA. She died.

III. Henry Caulk was born. He died. !HENRY LIVED ON MAIN ST, POSSIBLY
SELLING HOME IN 1971/1972. ONE HENRYLIVED AT O'KENE, OKLA, LATE
1970'S

IV. Roy Caulk was born about 1892. He died in 1918 at the age of 26.

(iii) Theodosia Abigail Caulk was born on 18 Feb 1871 in Litchfield, Montgomery, Illinois,
USA. She died on 15 Mar 1947 at the age of 76 in Grainfield, Gove, Kansas, USA.
Theodosia Abigail Caulk and Will Embree were married. Will Embree was born. He died.

(iv) Arthur Monroe Caulk was born on 4 Apr 1873 in Mulberry Grove, Bond, Illinois,
USA. He died on 24 Dec 1940 at the age of 67 in Lawrence, Douglas, Kansas, USA.
Arthur Monroe Caulk and Myrtle Thompson were married. Myrtle Thompson was born. She
died.

(v) Telitha Rosetta Caulk was born on 10 Sep 1875 in Fayette, Greene, Illinois, USA. She
died in Aug 1959 at the age of 83 in Lander, Fremont, Wyoming, USA.
Telitha Rosetta Caulk and Frank Clark were married on 11 Mar 1895 in Fairfield, Clay,
Nebraska, USA. Frank Clark was born. He died.

(vi) Lillie Elizabeth Cora Jane Caulk was born on 26 Dec 1877 in Mulberry Grove, Bond,
Illinois, USA. She died on 9 Dec 1959 at the age of 81 in Fall River, Greenwood, Kansas,
USA. Lillie had 14 children
Lillie Elizabeth Cora Jane Caulk and Franklin GRITZ were married on 10 Dec 1898.
Franklin GRITZ was born. He died.
Lillie Elizabeth Cora Jane Caulk and Arthur ALSPAUGH were married. Arthur
ALSPAUGH was born. He died.

(vii) Sarah Susanna Caulk was born on 19 Oct 1879 in Illinois, USA. She died on 14 Jul
1962 at the age of 82 in Imperial, Chase, Nebraska, USA.
Sarah Susanna Caulk and Ed Hind/Hines Hines/ were married. Ed Hind/Hines Hines/ was
born. He died.

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(viii) Henry Chester Caulk was born on 11 Feb 1881 in Illinois, USA. He died on 13 Dec
1963 at the age of 82 in Pleasant Hill, Cass, MI.
Henry Chester Caulk and Belle Tetters were married on 8 May 1906 in Fairfield, Clay,
Nebraska, USA. Belle Tetters was born. She died.

(ix) Bertha Lavina Caulk was born on 16 Apr 1885 in Fairfield, Clay, Nebraska, USA. She
died in 1968 at the age of 83 in San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA.
Bertha Lavina Caulk and Charles H ELWOOD were married in Clay, Nebraska, USA cert
#6-245. Charles H ELWOOD was born. He died.

(x) Edna Pearl Caulk was born on 23 Nov 1886. She died on 20 Oct 1895 at the age of 8 in
Decatur, Benton, AR.

(b) James Nathaniel Caulk4 was born on 25 Oct 1825 in Rutherford, Gibson, Tennessee, USA.4,38
[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Military Enlistment] Civil War [NEED TO
DEFINE SENTENCE:Military Action] The Battle of Tupelo was a Union victory
over Confederate forces in northern Mississippi which ensured the safety of
General William T. Sherman's supply lines. [NEED TO DEFINE
SENTENCE:Military Action] one of the largest victories achieved by the Union
Army during the war, [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Military Action] The
siege and capture of Fort Blakely was basically the last combined-force battle of
the war. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Military Discharge] He died on 19 Jul
1893 at the age of 67 in Reno, Macoupin, Il.4,38 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Association]
Member of the Grand Army of the Republic [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Politics]
Republican [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Church] Baptist He was buried in Bond, Illinois,
USA.4 Bethel Cem James was described as
<DESC><HAIR>Brown</HAIR><EYES>Blue</EYES><HEIGHT>5 ft 9
in</HEIGHT><WEIGHT>Unknown</WEIGHT>DESCRIPT. He was a Farmer. DEATH:
HISTORY OF LIFE OF JAMES NATHANIEL, BY IDA CAULK BASSETT,GREENVILLE,IL
AND, "HISTORY OF BOND AND MONTGOMERY COS ILL,1892", P 41, STATES:JAMES
N. IS THIRD OF ELEVEN CHI. HEADSTONES FOR JAMES, MARY CRAIG,
CHARLOTTEMOSS & MARY ANN ROSS
HIST: "1879 HISTORY of MACOUPIN COUNTY, ILLINOIS". HIST: 1882 HIST OFBOND
CO, AND, 1879 HIST OF MACOUPIN CO, P 25-40-254. HIST: "1892HISTORY of BOND &
MONTGOMERY COUNTIES" P 411.

!CEN: 1850, MONTGOMERY CO ILL, FAM #597-607; MACOUPIN CO #314.


!CEN: 1860, MONTGOMERY CO ILL, P314b, 314, AND FAM #1150.
!CEN: 1880, BOND CO ILL,FAM #28
!JAMES N. M/2 SARAH SMITH, FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. JAMES M/3
MRS.CHARLOTTE E. MOSS, 7 MAR 1875, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, ILLINOIS. JAMES
M/4MARY ANN ROSS, SHE BEING THE WIDOW. James M. CAULK vs Lydia M.
CAULK,Bill for divorce, 29 May 1880, Bond Co rec. ONE JAMES N. CAULK MARR 29JULY
1877, LYDIA M. AIKEN,BOND COUNTY
JAMES WAS CIVIL WAR SOLDIER, CO "I", 122 INF REG, ILL VOL, ENLISTINGON
12 AUG 1862, ALONG WITH SON ALEXANDER. JAMES WAS 5' 9", BROWN HAIR,BLUE
EYES, DARK COMP, RESIDENCE GIVEN AS GILLESPIE, MUSTERED IN 4 SEPT1862, AT
CARLINVILLE, MUSTERED OUT 15 JULY 1865 AT MOBILE, ALABAMA

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ESTATE FILE: For James N., #136 BOND COUNTY ILLINOIS, GIVES; D atReno, Bond Co., 22
July 1893. Left 27 acres nr Reno, house & lot atReno and 3 hourses, 1 cow, 1 old buggy, harness,
some household items.Widow, Mary A., heirs Abraham, Henry, James, Alexander, and
"probablyone other child". Petition to sell lists Mary A.; Madison of Abeline,Ks.; Jacob & Mrs.
Jacob, of Elmer, Ks.;William H. & Jennie of Cairo,Ne; James F. & Belle F.; Abram & Hannah;
Alexander; Lizzie; and AddieDavis
Stone in Reno cem reads; James N. Caulk, b 29 Oct 1825. He enlisted12 Aug 1862 in Co "I", 122
nd Ill Inf. disc 15 July 1865, died 19 July1893, age 67-9-28. Bond County; 2 Aug 1893, John M.
ROSS is Adm. forestate of James N. CAULK. Bond County; 27 May 1895, Sale of realestate by
John M. ROSS, Adm of James CAULK, dec'd vs Mary Ann CAULK;Jacob and Mrs. Jacob
CAULK; William H. CAULK; Jennie CAULK; James F.CAULK; Mary Isabelle CAULK; Abram
F. CAULK; Hannah CAULK;AlexanderCAULK; Elizabeth CAULK and Addie DAVIS.

!MARR: JAMES M/1 MARY A. CRAIG, MACOUPIN CO IL, 15 MAY 1845.Headstone.


JAMES M/2 Mrs. CHARLOTTE E. MOSS, 7 MAR 1875, MONTGOMERY CO IL. Jamesaged
49; Charlotte aged 34 at marriage, certificate.
M/3 LYDIA M. AIKEN, BOND CO, 29 JULY 1877. Div Bond County,
M/4 MARY ANN ROSS, HIS WIDOW. Headstone. One James N. Caulk marriedSarah Smith, in
either Bond, Montg or Macoupin Co.

!CEN: 1850 MACOUPIN CO IL, FAM #314, JAMES N. 24 B TENN; MARY A. 24 BKY.;
A.W. 4 B ILL.
!CEN: 1860 MACOUPIN CO; #875, CORK, JAMES N. 34 B TENN; MARY A. 34 BKY;
ALEXANDER 14; ABRAM 10; JAMES 9; WM. 5; MADISON 3; all chi B Illinois.
!CEN: 1880 BOND CO IL, COTTONWOOD PREC FAM #28.

WILL: AND ESTATE FILE, JAMES N. #136, BOND CO IL. ESTATE FILE: FORLINN
CRAIG, BOOK: "1882 HIST of BOND & MONTG CO IL"
"1879 HIST of MACOUPIN CO IL.", GIVES JAMES N. AS 3RD of 11 CHI.
"1892 HIST of BOND & MONTGOMERY COS IL", PAGE 411 ESTATE FILE: # 136,FOR
JAMES N. GIVES: JAMES N. CAULK, DIED RENO, BOND CO IL.,
22 JULY 1893, LEFT 27 ACRES LAND NR RENO, HOUSE AND LOT AT RENO, AND 3
HORSES, 1 COW, 1 OLD BUGGY and HARNESS, SOME HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. IN ALIST
of HEIRS on ONE DOCUMENT, LISTS MARY A., WITH ABRAHAM,
HENRY,ALEXANDER,
and, " PROBABLY ONE OTHER CHILD". PETITION TO SELL PROPERTY INCLUDES:
MARY A.; MADISON of ABELINE, KANSAS; JACOB, of ELMER, KANSAS; WILLIAMH.
and JENNIE of CAIRO, NEBR; JAMES F. and BELLE F.; ABRAM and HANNAH;
ALEXANDER; LIZZIE; and ADDIE DAVIS. (Mrs. Jacob also listed).
HEADSTONE: in RENO CEM READS, JAMES N. CAULK, B 29 OCT 1825. HEINLISTED
12 AUG 1862 in CO I, 122 ILL INF, DISC 15 JULY 1865, and D 19 JUL1893,
AGE 67Y 9M 28D. (MANY CAULK STONES IN THIS AREA) ESTATE FILE #357:MARY A.
CAULK, D 8 JULY 1877, NO CHI, NO DESC, NO ESTATE. Civil Warrec of James Nathan and
his son, Alexander. Stones in WalshvilleBaptist Cemetery read: "C. E. Caulk, wife of J. N. Caulk,
died 28 Feb1877, age 37-5-7." "Tipie N. Caulk, son of J. N. & M. A. Caulk, died23 Sept 1873,
aged 5-3-3." and "Mary A. wife of J. N. Caulk, died 12Aug 1874, age 48-8-13."
James Nathaniel Caulk and Mary A. Craig were married on 15 May 1845 in , Montgomery,
Illinois.1 They were sealed together on 24 Jul 1974 in OAKLA. Mary A. Craig, daughter of Linnus-
Linn Craig, was born in 1825 in Eng.1 She died Panama, Montgomery on 12 Aug 1874 at the age
of 49 in Bond, IL.1 She was buried in Walshville, Montgomery, IL, Bapt Cem.1 !MARR: IGI,

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BATCH 7401802/51. Family tradition says she was born inEngland, to Ky. in 1830, then to
Illinois.

James Nathaniel Caulk and Mary A. Craig had the following children:
19 i. John Caulk was baptized into the LDS Church.1 He was endowed.1
20 ii. Addie Caulk was born in Nr MT Olive, Bond, IL.1 !Addie was
mentioned in her father's "property setlememt" papers, as"Addie Davis".
+21 iii. Alexander Wesley Caulk, born bet 1843 and 1846, Nr MT Olive,
Macoupin, IL; married Elizabeth Davis, 13 Sep 1868, , Montgomery, Illinois; died 12 Feb 1923,
Sorento, Bond, IL.
22 iv. A. W. Caulk died between 1848 and 1850 at the age of 0 in Nr MT
Olive, Macoupin, IL.1 He was born about 1848 in Nr MT Olive, Macoupin, IL.1 He was baptized
into the LDS Church.1 A. was buriedin Kirkland Cem, Montgomery, IL.1 He was endowed.1 !See
notes on R-93.
+23 v. Abraham Francis Caulk, born 21 Jan 1850, Nr MT Olive, Macoupin,
IL; married Hannah Jane Moss, 12 Nov 1868, , Montgomery, Illinois; died 9 Sep 1910, Nr Reno,
Montgomery, IL.
+24 vi. James Franklin Caulk, born 11 Feb 1852, Nr MT Olive, Macoupin, IL;
married Mary Isabelle-Belle Cruthis, 18 Jan 1883, , Bond, Illinois; died 14 Aug 1932, Sorento,
Bond, IL.
+25 vii. William Henry Caulk, born 2 Dec 1855, Nr MT Olive, Macoupin, IL;
married Julia Edith Gale, 8 Apr 1900, Fairfield, Clay, NE; died bet 27 Jan 1952 and 1953, Lincoln,
Lancaster, NE.
+26 viii. Madison Monroe Caulk, born 15 Dec 1857, Nr MT Olive, Macoupin,
IL; married Mary Yonally, 26 Feb 1886, , Dickinson, Kansas.
+27 ix. Jacob Harry Caulk, born 13 Nov 1862, Nr MT Olive, Macoupin, IL;
married Daisy Marhilda Harbaugh, bet 1882 and 1890; died Oct 1946.
28 x. Tysein Tippie N.S. Caulk was born about 1868 in Nr MT Olive,
Macoupin, IL.1 He died on 23 Sep 1873 at the age of 5 in , Macoupin, IL.1 He was buried in Reno
Cemetery, Bond, IL.1 !TYSEIN DIED AGE 5Y 3M 3D, HEADSTONE.

Military Enlistment Aug 12 1862 Co I 122 Inllinois JS Infantry Civil War


Military Action
Jul 1864
The Battle of Tupelo;
was a Union victory over Confederate forces in northern Mississippi which ensured the safety of
General William T. Sherman's supply lines.
Dec 1864
Battle of Nashville;
one of the largest victories achieved by the Union Army during the war,
Apr 1865
The siege and capture of Fort Blakely, Alabama;
The siege and capture of Fort Blakely was basically the last combined-force battle of the war.
Discharge 15 Jul 1865
James Nathaniel Caulk and Mary A. Craig were married on 15 May 1845.4,38 Mary A. Craig4
was born in 1825 in England.4,38 KY She died on 12 Aug 1874 at the age of 49 in Walshville,
Montgomery, IL, Bapt Cem.4,38 James Nathaniel Caulk and Mary A. Craig had the following
children:

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(i) Abraham Francis Caulk4 was born on 21 Jan 1850 in MT Olive, Macoupin, Illinois.4,38 He
died on 9 Sep 1910 at the age of 60 in Reno, Bond County, Illinois.4,38

Abraham Francis Caulk and Hannah Jane Moss were married on 12 Nov 1868 in
Montgomery, Illinois.4,38 Hannah Jane Moss4 was born on 19 Sep 1849 in
Hillsboro, Montgomery, Illinois.4,38 She died on 16 Apr 1929 at the age of 79
in Tamalco, Illinois Sorento, Bond, Illinois, Sunnyside Cem.4,38 Funeral
services were held at 2 PM today, at the Baptist church inSorento, conducted
by the Rev. Newton Grigg of near Fillmore. Six ofher oldest grandsons were
the pallbearers.
Her maiden name was hannah Jane MOSS, daughter of James and
SarahCaroline MOSS. She was born 19 Sept 1849. She grew to womanhood
in thevicinity of Hillsboro. She attended school at the old Wilson schoolhouse. In November
1868, she was united in marriage to Abraham F.Caulk. To this union were born ten children,
five dying in infancy.The surviving ones are John P. and Thomas F. of Old Ripley; Arthur
C.of McCoy, VA, Mrs. Ida McKean of Tamalco, and Elbert H. of Sorento.She leaves 31
grandchildren and 35 great grandchildren, one brother,T. P. Moss of Sorento, and one sister,
Mrs. Nannie Wager of Indiana,and a host of other friends and relatives. She was a lover of
musicand often had her loved ones singing during her last days. She was adevoted Christian
woman.
In March, 1918, she was united in marriage to Jacob Smith who precededher in death six years
ago. Aunt Hannah, as she was called, was of acheerful disposition and always willing to
forgive anyone.************ Abraham Francis Caulk and Hannah Jane Moss had the
following children:

I. Elbert Harrison Caulk4,39 was born on 7 Sep 1890 in Shoal Creek, Bond, Illinois,
USA. He died on 1 Mar 1972 at the age of 81 in Greenville Hosp, Bond,
Illinois, USA. He was buried in Sunnyside Cem, Bond, IL. !FAM HIST:
by IDA CAULK BASSETT, MARCH 1973, POSS of GERALD
CAULK. BYPER INTERVIEW WITH ELBERT, IN LATE 1960'S. IDA
CAULK BASSETT SAYS TWOSONS, WILLARD AND MELVIN
DIED IN CHILDHOOD, AND, ARE BURIED INSUNNYSIDE
BESIDE ELBERT. THIS MAKES A TOTAL OF 11 CHI.
OBITUARY:Elbert H. CAULK, 81, a lifetime resident of Sorento died
at 4:30 PMWednesday in Utlaut Memorial Hospital in Greenville following alingering
illness............ Mr. CAULK, a son of Abraham & Hannah(MOSS) CAULK was born on 7
Sept 1890 in Shoal Creek Twp in Bond Couty.He marr Effie GLENN on 5 Jan 1911 in
Greenville and she survivescurrently residing in Fair Oals nursing home in Greenville.
The following children also survive; Lloyd of Atlantic City, N.J.;Robert of Sorento; Stella
Price of Ramsey; Novella Redell of Geneso;Lucille Jarman of Staunton; Mildred Rameriz
of Los Angeles; MargaretJarman of Troy; Evelyn Young of Sorento; 29 grandchildren; 36
gg chi;and 1 ggg chi.
Elbert Harrison Caulk and Effie Glenn were married on 5 Jan 1911 in Greenville, Bond,
Illinois, USA. Effie Glenn40 was born on 3 Nov 1894 in Illinois, USA. She appeared in
the census in 1910 in Bond County IL Shoal Creek 209/222. She died about Jan 1974 at
the age of 79 in Bond, Illinois, USA. FAM HIST: BY IDA CAULK BASSET, of

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GREENVILLE, IL. PER INTERVIEW WITHELBERT CAULK, JULY 1963. Stella
lived Ramsey Robert livedSorento, in WW II and Korea War. Novella liv
Davenport, IowaMargaret lived Troy, IL 210 E. 4th st, (1963) Evelyn
livedSorento. Lucille lived Staunton Melvin died age 3 years,Sorento. Lloyd lived
Sorento, WW II Eugene died at Sorento.Mildred lived in CA. Elbert Harrison Caulk
and Effie Glenn had the following children:

A. Eugene Caulk was born about Sep 1927 in Bond, Illinois, USA. He died in Sep
1932 at the age of 5 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois, USA. He was buried in Eugene was
buried in Sunnyside Cem, Bond, IL..

B. Evelyn Katherine Caulk41 was born on 24 Dec 1936 in Sorento, Bond Co., Il.,
USA. She was buried in 1992. She was christened in Housewife, Children/Office
Worker. Evelyn died.
Evelyn Katherine Caulk and Joel Edwin Young were married on 3 Nov 1954. Joel
Edwin Young42 was born about 1933 in Sorento, Bond Co., Il., USA. He was buried
in 1992 in Res. in Sorento, Bond Co., Il, USA. He died. Joel was christened in
Farmer.

C. Lloyd L Caulk43 was born in 1922 in Illinois, USA. He died.


Lloyd L Caulk and Virginia Truex were married about 1941. Virginia Truex was
born on 8 Jan 1918. She died.

D. Lucille Caulk44 was born on 29 Jul 1915 in Bond, Illinois, USA. She died.

was born (date unknown).

E. Margaret Jeannie Caulk was born on 16 Sep 1929 in Bond, Illinois, USA. She
died.
Margaret Jeannie Caulk and Earl Melvin Jarman were married about 1946. Earl
Melvin Jarman was born about 1926. He died.

F. Melvin Caulk was born. He died.

G. Mildred Helen Caulk45 was born in 1924 in Illinois, USA. She died.
Mildred Helen Caulk and Eugene Rameriz were married in Jan 1944. Eugene
Rameriz was born about 1921. He died.

H. Novella Caulk was born on 17 Sep 1913 in Bond, Illinois, USA. She died.
Newspaper clipping; Mrs. Himes of Rock Island, formerly of Sorento,became the
bride of Dale Redell of Genesco, Friday evening, Nov 12,at the Church of the
Nazarene in Rock Island. She is a Daughter of Mr.& Mrs. Elbert Caulk of Sorento
who are now residing at Fair OaksNursing Wing in Greenville. The newlyweds spent
their honeymoon at hercottage in Sorento. They are at home at R. R. #3, Genesco,
IL, 62154. The Sorento News 25 Nov 1971. Page 4.
Novella Caulk and Himes were married. Himes was born. He died.
Novella Caulk and Dale Redell were married on 12 Nov 1971 in Rock Island, Rock
Island, Illinois, USA. Dale Redell was born. He died.

I. Robert Louis Caulk46 was born on 10 May 1927 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois, USA.

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[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Military Service] Korean War He died on 30 Apr
2009 at the age of 81 in Litchfield, Montgomery, Illinois, USA. [NEED TO DEFINE
SENTENCE:Military Service] 27th Infantry ------------
Robert Caulk Sr. Married Arlene Plappert (My parents) on Dec 2, 1950. Dad was on
leave from basic training at Ft. Atterbury, IN and they wed right before he left for
the Korean war. He served primarily with the 27th Infantry. He was very proud of
being a vet. Robert died April 30, 2009. Arlene Died May 1, 2010. Actually, she
died on 4/30, but they didn't declare her death until I arrived shortly after midnight.
They died exactly one year apart. Complete soulmates for 58 years
David Caulk 8/19/2010------------
The Famed 27th Infantry Regiment
in Korea
"Wolfhounds"
At the end of World War II, Korea was divided at the 38th parallel into the
communist North and the democratic South. The Soviets actively organized the
North Korean Army (NKA) with the intent of invading and conquering South Korea.
On 25 June, 1950, the NKA crossed the 38th parallel, invading South Korea.
President Truman, in conjunction with the United Nations (UN), condemned the
invasion and deployed US forces to Korea to repel the aggression. There were no US
combat units in South Korea at this time; the closest units were in Japan on
occupation duty.
When the War broke out, the Regiment was in Japan training on the southern island
of Honshu. The Wolfhounds were soon chosen to lead the 25th Infantry Division
deployment to Korea. In command of the Regiment was Lieutenant Colonel Michael
("Mike") Michaelis (pronounced Ma-KAY-less). LTC Michaelis would lead the
Wolfhounds to great fame during his command. During World War II, he had
commanded a regiment of the 101st Airborne Division in Holland. In Korea, he
would receive two battlefield promotions within six months, to full Colonel and
Brigadier General. General Michaelis was an exemplary and hard leader, who
believed in intense and demanding training. Before moving to its area of operations,
he assembled his officers and non-commissioned officers and told them he wanted
the men strippeddown to weapons, ammo, water, and rations. All else would be
discarded. LTC Michaelis had studied Oriental fighting tactics and jungle warfare
after World War II. He told his leaders to always take the high ground overlooking
your position; have every man drink a full canteen of water in the morning, then
refill the canteen and ensure a proper level of body fluids throughout the day.
Concluding the talk he said, "Remember, you're here to kill and not to be killed."
The Regiment landed by ship at Pusan, Korea on 10 July, 1950 and was immediatly
thrust into battle to stem the onrushing NKA. The Regiment moved to Uisong,
approximately 35 miles north of Taegu. Theyreceived orders on 13 July to move to
Sangju but, enroute they were diverted to Hawanggan. From 24 to 29 July, the
Regiment fought the NKA's 2nd Division at Hawanggan. On 24 July, during
engagements at Hawanggan, the 1st Battalion clandestinely disengaged while
covering the Regiments withdrawal. As dawn broke the next morning the NKA,
thinking the Wolfhounds were exposed, attacked into the vacatedposition. They were
greated by the combined fire of tanks, artillery, mortar, and small arms into the
massive engagement area. The Two NKA Battalions conducting the attack were
destroyed. During operations around Hawanggan the Regiment inflicted over 3,000
casualties, before withdrawing on order, at a cost of 53 KIA, 221 WIA, and 49 MIA.
Other US and South Korean (ROK) units were retreating in disorder. This was the
first action in which a US unit had skillfully fought the NKA to a standstill and still
remained combat ready. For this action, the Regiment was awarded the first

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Presidential Unit Citation of the Korean War.
Retreating US and ROK forces consolidated and moved into defensive operations
around the port city of Pusan in southeast Korea. The Regiment moved into the US
Eighth Army's reserve. The Wolfhounds quickly became well known as the 8th
Army's "Fire Brigade," rushing to destroy NKA units who had broken through the
defenses.
The next Wolfhound fight would earn the Regiment's second Presidential Unit
Citation. The NKA had surrounded ROK units near Pohang and were now preparing
to continue moving towards Taegu, in the northern sector of the Pusan Perimeter.
The Wolfhounds and the 23rd Regiment dug in along the Tabu Road leading to
Taegu and prepared to defend. The NKA 13th Division, leading the attack, collided
with the Wolfhounds the night of 18 August. The Wolfhounds were fully prepared
for a hard fight; high ground secure, mines laid, flares ready, all guns zeroed in.
When the enemy came into range, Michaelis let loose a hail of frightening and
deadly fires. Two NKA tanks an artillery piece, two trucks, and over 100 enemy
troops were destroyed. The same scene was repeated for seven consecutive nights.
The Wolfhound Battalion commanders remained magnificently cool and refused to
yield one yard of ground. Bit by bit, they whittled down the strength of the enemy
division inflicting 4000 casualties. The persistent and noisy onrush of the NKA
down this valley, coupled with tank and return fires, reminded the Wolfhounds of a
bowling alley. This resolute stand was of course named The "Battle of the Bowling
Alley."
The Eight Army commander, General Walton Walker, inspected the Wolfhound
front on 20 August. Surveying the NKA carnage on the battlefield and the stout
American positions, he declared that "Taegu is certainly saved." On 31 August, with
the NKA defeated, the Regiment went into reserve near Masan.
On 15 September 1950, General Douglas MacArthur conducted the amphibious
assault at Inchon that would eventually cut off the NKA at the Pusan Perimeter. On
19 September US units attacked out of the Perimeter. The Wolfhounds, attacking
westward against retreating NKA units, captured Chin-ju on 28 September, secured
the Chig-ni and Chonju Road, and began mop up operations. The landing at Inchon
andthe breakout from the Pusan Perimeter decisively broke the NKA's back and
precipitated their withdrawal from South Korea.
The Korean War took a decisive turn when President Truman decided to invade
North Korea and re-unite the two countries. From October through November 1950,
UN forces pursued the NKA across the 38th parallel towards the Yalu River, which
divided North Korea from Red China. In early October through November, the 27th
Regiment was involved in the clearing of the Iron Triangle near Chorwon. The
retreating NKA used the Iron Triangle as a guerrilla base of operations, conducting
raids and ambushes. On 6 November the Regiment's I and R platoon (scouts) and a
platoon from L Company were ambushed nearKunch-on and Sibyon-ni; fourteen
Americans were murdered when they refused to give their captors information other
than name, rank, and serial number.
On 25 November 1950, the regiment stopped for Thanksgiving Dinner near the
Kuryang River and a small North Korean village named Ipsok. MacArthur had
announced that the Korean "Police Action" was almost over and that troops would
be home for Christmas. The 25th Division, part of the US I Corps, launched an
advance towards Unsan. The Regiment was designated as the Corps reserve.
However, Chinese Communist Forces (CCF) had other plans. They had moved six
armies over the border into North Korea. They savagely attacked UN forces on 25
November, causing a retreat across the entire front. Captain Reginald Desiderio gave
his life protecting the task force command post. Wounded numerous times, he still
managed to encourage his men. He moved up and down the line shouting, "Hold on
'till daylight! Hold on 'till daylight, and we've got it made!" He received the Medal of

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Honor posthumously for his actions.
Forced to conduct a fighting withdrawal, the 25th Division and the Wolfhounds
withdrew to Yongbyon and then Sukchon, taking up defensive positions. Further
retreats were ordered to the Imjin River and finally to Pyongtaek in early January,
where the Division took up defensive positions along Line D. The CCF offensive
had pushed US and UN forces out of North Korea and northern South Korea and
recaptured Seoul, the South Korean capital. During this retreat, the Wolfhounds were
frequently called upon to cover the withdrawal of other US units, always fighting
hard and withdrawing in good order.
Since the Chinese offensive UN forces had only retreated; morale was low, and no
offensive spirit remained. General Matthew B. Ridgeway, who took command of the
Eighth Army in early December, desperately needed to restore the American
soldier's fighting spirit. Calling upon Michaelis's Wolfhounds, he ordered the
Regiment to attack in early January 1951. Although the Wolfhounds encountered no
resistance, its aggressive deployment forward of "Line D" served as an important
morale builder; the Eighth Army was no longer withdrawing, but attacking. In mid
January, another attack was launched, codenamed "Wolfhound." Attacking north,
the Regiment cleared Osan and advanced to Suwon, withdrawing only when it was
in danger of being trapped. This attack, like the earlier one, provided the allied
forces another much needed psychological uplift.
From late January to mid February, the fighting in Korea was characterized by
attacks and counterattacks. Colonel (then Captain) Lewis Millett, earned the Medal
of Honor when he led Easy Company, 2ndBattalion, 27th Infantry in a bayonet
assault against a fortified Chinese hilltop. It was described by an Army historian as ".
. . the greatest bayonet attack by US soldiers since Cold Harbor in the Civil War."
Colonel Michaelis was promoted to Brigadier General and the 27th Regiment's
command passed to Colonel Gilbert Check, who had commanded the 1st Battalion
since the beginning of the war.
16 February 1951, the Wolfhounds, as part of a 25th Infantry Division attack,
attacked north to the Han River under a massive artillery barrage. Eleven artillery
batteries alone supported the Regiment. This assault in conjunction with other
attacks from early January, forced the CCF and NKA forces to withdraw from South
Korea.
On 7 March 1951, preceded by tremendous artillery preparation, the Regiment,
spearheaded by the Third Battalion led the assault across the Han River near
Mugam. This 25th Division advance, outflankedthe Communist forces in Seoul and
would shortly cause the enemy to withdraw from the South Korean capital. The
Regiment continued its advance from the Han River until it was relieved near
Uijonbu. On3April, the 27th was again in the attack as part of Operation "Rugged,"
crossing the 38th parallel, where the war had begun ten months earlier. The
Regiment received its third Presidential Unit Citation for its actions during the
crossing of the Han River.
From early to mid-April, the Regiment continued its advance north finally reaching
Line Utah, near Chorwon. On 22 April it advanced further north to Line Wyoming.
That same night the CCF attacked again, its objective the recapture of Seoul. At the
Hantan River, six Chinese Divisions with 50,000 troops struck against the 27th and
the 24th Infantry Regiments. The CCF hit the left sector of the Wolfhounds hard
with artillery, infantry, and several tanks. In another remarkable performance, the
Regiment held in close, hand to hand fighting. The CCF then backed off in the dark,
then hit the right sector of the Wolfhounds. A senior officer remembered:
It was a machine gunner's and artilleryman's dream. The Reds came swarming across
the rice paddies in mass formation. Eight artillery batteries, all the machine guns
available, and several tanks poured in rapid fire. After about thirty minutes the Reds
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nearly a thousand dead and wounded behind. The Wolfhounds were notbothered
anymore that day.
By 24 April, the CCF offensive was at full fury and caused the withdrawal of the
25th Division to the Line Lincoln, where they prepared defensive positions, north of
the Han River and Seoul. The Wolfhound mission was to defend and to inflict
maximum casualties. From 28 to 30 April, the CCF attacked. But due to
overwhelming artillery and the combat proficiency of all US forces, Line Lincoln
remained unbroken. The CCF withdrew to Uijonbu to lick his wounds. This Chinese
attack, known as the CCF Spring Offensive, was the single biggest battle of the war.
From the end of April through mid May 1951, the 27th Regiment continued to
defend along Line Lincoln, northeast of Seoul, awaiting another Communist
offensive. However, the Chinese renewed their attack further east, in an attempt to
envelope the Eighth Army and Seoul from the southeast. To counter this offensive
UN forces in the east withdrew, then counterattacked. In the west, I Corps (of which
the 25th Division and the Regiment were assigned) also attacked north to Line
Kansas at the Imjin and Hantan Rivers on 20 May, achieving its objective on 28
May. Next, the Wolfhounds participated in Operation Piledriver, which would again
place it near the Iron Triangle at Kumhwa. Piledriver began in June 1951, and
Kumhwa was secured on 14 June. The Wolfhounds dug in, built bunkers, strung
wire, planted mines, and registered its artillery. The lull in battle ended on 12
September when the regiment attacked and seized heavily fortified Communist
fortifications near Kumhwa. Lieutenant Jerome Sudut, a Platoon Leader with B
Company, was awarded the Medal of Honor after he lost his life single-handedly
storming a enemy bunker that had pinned down his platoon. Over fifty other
Wolfhounds received medals for valor for their actions during the attack. Shortly
afterwards, the 25th Division, to include the Wolfhounds, were relieved on Line
Kansas and became the I Corps reserve.
In January 1952, the Wolfhounds were called to the Island of Koje-do. Communist
prisoners confined there were becoming insurgent. Shortly after their arrival the
prisoners in Compound 66 ignited a prison wide riot. Well organized Reds
distributed steel pickets, blackjacks, pipes, clubs, knives and rocks to be used against
Wolfhound soldiers. Riot control tactics, bayonets and concussion grenades failed to
control the rioters. The Wolfhounds were forced to fire. By the time the uprising was
subdued, seventy-five Reds lay dead and one-hundred and thirty-eight were
wounded. One American soldier was killed and seventy-nine others injured.
The regiment moved back to the mainland and into the division reserve. At the end
of March the regiment again moved forward, relieving the 14th Infantry in the Satae-
ri Valley. With the heaviest fighting of the Korean war now over and truce
negotiations beginning at Kaesong (subsequently moved to Panmunjom), the war
transitioned to a new phase. The UN, Chinese, and NKA forces reverted to almost
World War I tactics. From heavily fortified positions, limited offensives were
launched, backed by tremendous artillery concentrations, whenever the negotiations
bogged down. The main activity were combat patrols sent into the "No Man's Land"
between the lines to capture prisoners, gain information, and maintain contact with
the enemy.
One of these fortified positions was located along the eastern side of Heartbreak
Ridge in the Taebaek-Sanmaek Mountain range. At the highest elevation was a
massive fortification popularly called "Sandbag Castle." Built by the Turks and
improved by numerous American GI's the redoubt provided minimal cover against
the constant enemy sniper fire and 120mm mortar barrages. Less than 15 yards from
the enemy lines was Listening Post "Agnes." It was in this outpost Corporal Benito
Martinez, Second Platoon, Able Company, made a heroic stand that blunted a large
scale North Korean attack. Corporal Martinez was posthumously awarded the Medal
of Honor.

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Finally, on 27 July, 1953, a formal cease fire was signed at Panmunjom. However, a
peace treaty is yet to be formulated between North Korea and UN forces, who are
technically still at war. Korea was and is now divided by a fortified demilitarized
zone or DMZ. Negotiations at Panmunjom continue to this day. On 10 September,
1954, the 27th Wolfhounds left Korea from the Port of Inchon, bound for duty once
again in the Territory of Hawaii.
Robert Louis Caulk and Wilma Arlene Plappert were married on 2 Dec 1950 in Fort
Atterbury, Indiana, USA. Wilma Arlene Plappert was born on 16 Oct 1933 in
Sorento, Bond, Illinois, USA. She died on 30 Apr 2010 at the age of 76 in Litchfield,
Montgomery, Illinois, USA. Mom's actual name was Wilma, but she never used that
Name. She always used her middle name, Arlene.
-----David Caulk---------8/20/2010

J. Wilard Caulk was born. He died.

K. Stella Caulk was born on 4 Mar 1912 in Bond, Illinois, USA. She died.
Stella Caulk and Wilmer Price were married about 1930. Wilmer Price was born
about 1909. He died about 1971 at the age of 62.

II. Arthur Carey Caulk4 died in 1963.4,38 He was born. He was buried in Sunnyside
Cem, Bond, IL.
1 !Obituary: in poss of; Gerald CAULK, AND headstone reads 1874-
1963.
Marr: Bond County Illinois, CAULK, Arthur C. 19 b Montg Co,
s/oAbraham Caulk & Hannah J. MOSS, to Dora E. FILE 19 b Bond Co
IL, on 2March 1893, she a dau of, Ira & Mary (KIRKLAND) FILE.

Arthur Carey Caulk and Dora E. File were married on 2 Mar 1893 in Shoal Creek
Township.4,38 Dora E. File4 was born on 10 Feb 1874 in Sorento.4,38 She died on 2 Jan
1894 at the age of 19 in Sorento.4,38 Arthur Carey Caulk and Dora E. File had the
following child:

A. Grace Elwood Caulk4 was born on 25 Dec 1893 in Sorento.4,38 She died in 1992
at the age of 99 in Buried In Bethel Cemetery, Reno, IL..4,38

Roy Rosco Edwards4 was born on 12 Feb 1890.4,38 He died on 12 Dec 1977 at the
age of 87 in Buried In Bethel Cemetery, Reno, IL..4,38 He was christened in Resided
At Litchfield.4,38

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Arthur Carey Caulk and Rosa Rose Coleman were married in Oct 1894. Rosa Rose
Coleman4,47 was born in 1876.4,38 She died in 1939 at the age of 63.4,38
She was buried in Sunnyside Cem, Bond, IL.1 !HEADSTONE: IN
SUNNYSIDE CEM, NR SORENTO, BOND IL. CAULK FAM HIST,
byIDA CAULK BASSET, of GREENVILLE. Arthur Carey Caulk and
Rosa Rose Coleman had the following children:

A. Iva Caulk was born about 1896. She died.


Iva Caulk and Fred Toureene were married about 1920. Fred Toureene was born.
He died.

B. Elva Caulk was born about 1896 in Illinois, USA. She died.
Elva Caulk and Louis Miller were married about 1922. Louis Miller was born. He
died.

C. Beulah Caulk was born about 1898 in Illinois, USA. She died.
Beulah Caulk and Frank Frey were married about 1924. Frank Frey was born about
1899. He died.

D. Lawrence A Caulk was born on 3 Mar 1899 in Illinois, USA. He died on 13


May 1902 at the age of 3 in Illinois, USA.

E. Velma G Caulk was born about 1904 in Illinois, USA. She died in 1960 at the age
of 56 in Alton, Madison, Illinois, USA. !Headstone reads 1904-1960

F. Charles Earnest Caulk was born on 13 Mar 1912 in Illinois, USA. He died on 16
Mar 1912 at the age of 0 in Panama, Montgomery, Illinois, USA. Charles was
buried in Sunnyside Cem, Bond, IL.

DEATH: BOOK #3, 1911-1915, 578-196-1, BOND COUUNTY, ILLINOIS. AGE


4DA. Bur Sorento Cemetery
Arthur Carey Caulk and Anna Woods were married in 1940. Anna Woods was born. She
died.

III. James N. Caulk4 was born in 1877.4,38

IV. Ida Elizabeth Caulk4 was born on 27 Jan 1877 in Shoal Creek Township, Illinois,
USA.4,38 She was buried in Sunnyside Cem, Bond, IL.
1 !MARR: Bond County, IL records, Ida E. Caulk 16 b Bond County, d/oAbraham & H.
I. (MOSS) Caulk to Thos. S. McKEAN 21
2nd marr, b MadisonCounty, IL, s/o I. J. & Clara (Aldrich) McKean, 15 Mar 1893.

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Ida Elizabeth Caulk and Thomas McKean were married on 15 Mar 1893 in Bond,
Illinois, USA. Thomas McKean was born on 10 Jun 1871. He died on 29 Apr 1946 at
the age of 74. Ida Elizabeth Caulk and Thomas McKean had the following children:

A. Rosa Irene McKean was born on 21 Nov 1897 in Tamalco, Bond, Illinois, USA.
She died.
Rosa Irene McKean and Louis Dove were married about 1918. Louis Dove was born
about 1894. He died about 1967 at the age of 73.
Rosa Irene McKean and Long were married. Long was born. He died.

B. Oscar P McKean was born on 14 Jan 1894. He died.


Oscar P McKean and Inez Kessinger were married about 1918. Inez Kessinger was
born. She died.

C. Arthur Liston McKean was born on 17 Oct 1895 in Tamalco, Illinois, USA. He
died on 17 Oct 1895 at the age of 0 in Bond, Illinois, USA.

D. Willard R McKean was born on 8 Mar 1903 in Tamalco, Bond, IL. He died.
Willard R McKean and Pearl Finke were married about 1925. Pearl Finke was born.
She died.

E. C. Elbert McKean was born on 24 Mar 1907 in Bond, Illinois, USA. He died.
C. Elbert McKean and Zoey Munton were married. Zoey Munton was born about
1910. She died.

F. R. Jane McKean was born on 29 Dec 1909 in Bond, Illinois, USA. She died.
R. Jane McKean and Julius Meyers were married. Julius Meyers was born about
1905. He died.

V. William B Birdie Caulk4 was born about 1877 in Bond, Illinois, USA.4,38

VI. Minnie May Caulk4 was born in Feb 1880.4,38

VII. Thomas Franklin Caulk4,48 was born on 22 Jun 1886 in Shoal Creek, Bond, Illinois,
USA.4,38 He was buried in Brown Cem, Bond, IL..

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Thomas Franklin Caulk and Elizabeth Ann Mollett were married on 19 Jan 1904 in Bond,
Illinois, USA. Elizabeth Ann Mollett49 was born on 5 May 1886 in Old
Ripley, Bond, Illinois, USA. She died on 11 Dec 1963 at the age of 77 in
Bond, Illinois, USA. She was buried in Brown Cem, Bond, IL.. Thomas
Franklin Caulk and Elizabeth Ann Mollett had the following children:

A. Raymond Cecil Caulk50 was born on 5 Oct 1918 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois,
USA. He died on 19 Apr 1993 at the age of 74 in Hillsboro, Montgomery, Illinois.
Raymond Cecil Caulk and Verna Theresa Landolt were married. Verna Theresa
Landolt was born about 1921. She died.
Raymond Cecil Caulk and Lillian Tipsword Huber were married. They were
divorced. Lillian Tipsword Huber was born about 1923. She died.

B. Lorene Edna Caulk51 was born on 29 Mar 1920 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois,
USA. She died on 28 Oct 1920 at the age of 0 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois, USA.

C. Rhoda Bernice Caulk52 was born on 11 Aug 1921 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois,
USA. She died on 9 Nov 1976 at the age of 55 in Pocahontas, Bond, Illinois.
Rhoda Bernice Caulk and Manuel Edward Landolt were married on 19 Oct 1939 in
Grantfork, Madison, Illinois, USA. Manuel Edward Landolt was born on 5 Jul
1907. He died.

D. Delmar Caulk53 was born on 26 Aug 1923 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois, USA.
He died on 26 Aug 1923 at the age of 0 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois, USA.

E. Ruby Violetta Caulk54 was born on 26 Jul 1927 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois,
USA. She died on 10 Nov 1977 at the age of 50 in Belleville, St. Clair, Illinois.
Ruby Violetta Caulk and Gordon Green were married. Gordon Green was born on
20 May 1920 in Greenville, Bond, Illinois, USA. He died.

F. Orville Abraham Caulk55 was born on 12 Aug 1908 in Old Ripley, Bond,
Illinois, USA. He died on 14 Aug 1988 at the age of 80 in New
Douglas, Bond, Illinois.

Orville Abraham Caulk and Marie Regina Holcman were married on 15 Aug 1927 in
Greenville, Bond, Illinois, USA. Marie Regina Holcman was born on 28 Jun 1907.
She died on 1 Aug 1955 at the age of 48.

G. Chalmer Loyd Caulk56 was born on 23 Oct 1910 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois,
USA. He died on 23 Oct 1910 at the age of 0 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois, USA.

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H. Eva Anna Caulk57 was born on 4 Jun 1906 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois, USA.
She died on 14 Sep 1988 at the age of 82 in Greenville, Bond,
Illinois, USA.

Eva Anna Caulk and John Wesley Bilyeu were married on 6 Jan 1961 in 23 Sep
1924. John Wesley Bilyeu was born on 8 Mar 1897. He died.

I. Leo Franklin Caulk58 was born on 9 Aug 1904 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois,
USA. He died on 13 Jan 1982 at the age of 77 in Old Ripley, Bond,
Illinois, USA.

Leo Franklin Caulk and Gertie Heller were married on 3 Mar 1922. Gertie Heller
was born on 7 Oct 1904. She died.

J. Iva Irene Caulk59 was born on 14 Jun 1914 in Old Ripley, Bond, Illinois, USA.
She died on 12 Nov 1997 at the age of 83 in Greenville, Bond, Illinois, USA.
Iva Irene Caulk and Louis F Ottino were married about 1937. Louis F Ottino was
born on 25 Feb 1911. He died in Oct 1940 at the age of 29.
Iva Irene Caulk and Walter E Gaffner were married on 19 May 1951 in Greenville,
Bond, Illinois, USA. Walter E Gaffner was born. He died.

K. was born (date unknown).

Herbert George Thiems60 was born on 28 May 1913 in Bond, Illinois, USA. He
died on 4 Apr 1975 at the age of 61 in St. Louis Hosp, MO.

L. Ida Lucille Caulk was born on 23 Nov 1911 in Bond, Illinois, USA. She died.
Ida Lucille Caulk and Ira Clell Bassett were married on 27 Nov 1929 in Madison,
Illinois, USA. Ira Clell Bassett was born on 18 Oct 1909. He died on 7 Jun 1977 at
the age of 67 in Greenville, Bond, Illinois, USA.

VIII. James N. Caulk4 was born on 25 Jan 1874.4 He died on 25 Jan 1874 at the age of
0.4

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IX. John Perry Caulk was born on 13 Sep 1869 in Bond, Illinois, USA. He died on 10
Feb 1949 at the age of 79 in ALTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Alton, Madison,
Illinois, 62002, USA.
John Perry Caulk and Minnie Blevins were married on 3 Dec 1934. Minnie Blevins died
between Jan 1949 and 1956 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois, USA. She was born.
John Perry Caulk and Osa Clark were married on 7 Aug 1892 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois,
USA. Osa Clark was born on 23 Mar 1876. She died on 13 Dec 1943 at
the age of 67 in Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, USA. PER KNOWLEDGE OF
ELBERT CAULK, AND, WAYNE WALKER CAULK, of MARIN
COCA. BIRTH: HEADSTONES IN SUNNYSIDE CEM SAYS; OSA
CAULK, 23 MAR 1876, D13 DEC 1943. RESEARCH NOTES of
GERALD CAULK, IN 1963; IN 1963 THE CHILIVED: MAUDE; 375
MONTEREY RD,
MABLE; 1206 VIRGINIA, PEORIA, IL.
WILLIAM; 308 GOODWIN, PEORIA, IL.
GEORGE; 155 VALENCIA, DEBARY, FLA.
WAYNE; TERRA LINDA, CA. John Perry Caulk and Osa Clark had the following
children:

A. Maude R Caulk was born in 1894 in Illinois, USA. She died.


Maude R Caulk and Charles Robertson were married about 1914. Charles
Robertson was born. He died.

B. Mable Caulk was born about 1896 in Illinois, USA. She died.

Mable Caulk and Willard McReaken were married about 1916. Willard McReaken
was born. He died.

C. William Francis Caulk was born about 1901. He died in Dec 1972 at the age of
71 in Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, USA.
William Francis Caulk and Geneva McReaken were married about 1923. Geneva
McReaken was born about 1903. She died.

D. Cleda Caulk was born about 1902. She died.


Cleda Caulk and William Mago were married about 1922. William Mago was born.
He died.

E. George Caulk was born about 1905 in Bond, Illinois, USA. He died on 19 Nov
1986 at the age of 81 in De Bary, Volusia, Florida, USA.
George Caulk and Ruth Compton were married in 1934. Ruth Compton was born.
She died.

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F. Wayne Walker Caulk was born on 13 Apr 1914 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois, USA.
He died in May 1979 at the age of 65 in Marin, California, USA.
Wayne Walker Caulk and Mildred Lucille Hattox were married on 17 Feb 1946 in
Conyers, Rockdale, Georgia, USA. Mildred Lucille Hattox61 was born on 20 Aug
1913 in Pontotoc, Pontotoc, Mississippi, USA. She died on 10 Nov 1985 at the age
of 72 in Marin Co., CA. IN THE 1970'S, MILDRED WORKED FOR CA STATE
DMV IN MARIN CO, SANRAFAEL. MILDRED'S FATHER: ARTHUR G.
HATTOX; MOTHER: DOUIE JACKSON. NOCHI.

X. James H Caulk was born on 10 Jan 1874 in Bond, Illinois, USA. He died on 10 Nov
1874 at the age of 0.

(ii) Addie Caulk4 was born about 1859.4,38

(iii) Jacob Harry Caulk4,62 was born on 13 Nov 1862 in Mt Olive, Macoupin, Illinois,
USA.4,38 He was a meat cutter by wagon. <p>[Umbarger Family Tree
060401.FTW]</p>REFN: 325

Jacob Harry Caulk and Daisy Marhilda Matilda Harbaugh were married on 1 Oct 1890. Daisy
Marhilda Matilda Harbaugh63 was born on 16 Sep 1861 in Leitersburg, MD. She died.
<p>[Umbarger Family Tree 060401.FTW]</p>REFN: 324 Jacob Harry Caulk and Daisy
Marhilda Matilda Harbaugh had the following children:

I. Nealia Fay Caulk64 was born on 7 Aug 1895. She died. <p>[Umbarger Family Tree
060401.FTW]</p>REFN: 329
Nealia Fay Caulk and Hubbard were married. Hubbard65 was born. He died.

II. Beulah Viola Beaulah Caulk66 was born on 28 Aug 1898. She died. <p>[Umbarger
Family Tree 060401.FTW]</p>REFN: 331

was born (date unknown).

III. Clarence Nathan Caulk67 was born on 27 Aug 1891. He died on 22 May 1916 at the
age of 24. <p>[Umbarger Family Tree 060401.FTW]</p>REFN: 326

IV. Laura May Caulk68 was born on 19 Oct 1893. She died. <p>[Umbarger Family
Tree 060401.FTW]</p>REFN: 327
Laura May Caulk and Milton RILEY were married. Milton RILEY was born. He died.

V. Ralph Merle Caulk69 was born on 5 Aug 1909. He died. Merle was a well known
doctor in Wash., DC area, he wrote for manyMedical Journals
<p>[Umbarger Family Tree 060401.FTW]</p>REFN: 333

was born (date unknown).

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(iv) James Franklin Caulk4 was born on 11 Feb 1852 in Mt Olive, Macoupin, Illinois,
USA.4,38

James Franklin Caulk and Mary Isabelle-Belle Cruthis were married on 18 Jan 1883 in Bond,
Illinois, USA. Mary Isabelle-Belle Cruthis70 was born on 22 Feb 1860 in Bond, Illinois,
USA. She died on 13 May 1902 at the age of 42 in Reno, Bond, IL. James Franklin Caulk and
Mary Isabelle-Belle Cruthis had the following children:

I. Eury Evan Caulk was born on 9 Aug 1896 in Reno, Bond, IL. He died in New Castle,
Delaware, USA. He was buried in Wilmington, New Castle, DE, Grace
Lawn Cem..

Eury Evan Caulk and Hattie Pearl McLean were married. Hattie Pearl McLean was born
in Illinois, USA. She died. Eury Evan Caulk and Hattie Pearl McLean
had the following children:

A. Opal Irene Caulk was born on 27 Jul 1925. She died.

B. Bernice Fay Caulk was born on 13 Jan 1920. She died.

Bernice Fay Caulk and David L Dunlap were married. David L Dunlap was born
about 1918. He died.

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C. Floyd Lavern Caulk was born on 4 May 1917. He died on 9 May 1972 at the age
of 55. My grandfather's name at birth was James Evan Caulk. It
was later changed
to Floyd Lavern Caulk. Not 100% sure when or why.

--Adam Caulk-- 8 26 2010

Floyd Lavern Caulk and Margaret Amanda Kinder were married about 1940.
Margaret Amanda Kinder was born. She died.

D. Merlin Evan Caulk was born on 22 Apr 1918. He died.

Merlin Evan Caulk and Patricia Hickman were married about 1948. Patricia
Hickman was born about 1921. She died.

E. Mary Louise Caulk was born on 10 Mar 1921. She died.

Mary Louise Caulk and Arnold Charles Schumacher were married about 1941.
Arnold Charles Schumacher was born in 1916. He died.

F. Margary Lucile Caulk was born on 7 Feb 1922 in Hillsboro, Montgomery,


Illinois, USA. She died on 2 Mar 1923 at the age of 1 in Hillsboro, Montgomery,
Illinois, USA. She was buried in Sunnyside Cem., Bond, IL.

II. Emma Iona Caulk was born on 12 May 1884. She died.
Emma Iona Caulk and John Long were married about 1904. John Long was born about
1880. He died. Emma Iona Caulk and John Long had the following children:

A. Hettie Long was born in 1906. She died.

B. Myron Long was born in 1908. He died.


Myron Long and Anna Marie KINSMAN were married. Anna Marie KINSMAN
was born. She died.

C. Loretta Long was born about 1910. She died.

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III. Ota F Caulk was born on 30 Jul 1886. He died on 11 Aug 1886 at the age of 0.
!DEATH: HEADSTONE IN RENO CEM; OTA F. CAULK 30 JUL 1886-11 AUG
1886, DAGE 12 DAYS. STONE IS ON SAME LOT WITH LUCY O'DELL, &
ELIZABETH E.CRUTHIS, AND J.C. CRUTHIS. WITH O'DELL AND THE CRUTHIS
FAMILY SOCLOSELY RELATED TO BELLE, WIFE OF JAMES FRANKLIN
CAULK, SEEMS THISWOULD POINT TO THIS BEING SON OF JAMES & BELLE.
IN ADDITION, ELBERTCAULK SAID THIS IS THEIR CHILD, AND THAT THE
OTHER MISSING CHILD,ALSOA BOY, ARE BURIED THERE TOGETHER, VERY
NEAR THE GRAVE OF THEIR UNCLEJACOB, WHO HAS THE MARKER, "CORP
J.H. CAULK, CO C, 59TH ILL LINE". ALLTHE OLDER FAMILY HISTORIES
INDICATE THERE WERE IN FACT, SIXCHILDRED,WITH TWO DYING IN
INFANCY. HENCE, THE TWO ARE INCLUDED INTHIS FAMILY.

IV. Fay L Caulk was born on 17 Jan 1888. She died on 11 Apr 1889 at the age of 1.
!Stone in Reno cem states; Fay L. Caulk, dau of James F. and Mary I.Caulk Jan 17,
1888--11 Apr 1889

V. Porter Carey Caulk was born on 2 Mar 1890 in Illinois, USA. He died on 23 Apr
1912 at the age of 22. !DEATH: CERT STATES B 3 APR 1890, OTHER SOURCES
SAY 2 MARCH 1890

VI. Floy D Caulk was born on 29 Apr 1893. She died on 24 Oct 1915 at the age of 22 in
Bond, Illinois, USA.

(v) John Caulk4 was born about 1861.4,38

(vi) Madison Monroe Caulk4 was born on 15 Dec 1857 in Mt Olive, Macoupin, Illinois,
USA.4,38

Madison Monroe Caulk and Mary Yonally were married on 26 Feb 1886 in Dickinson,
Kansas, USA. Mary Yonally was born on 14 Apr 1865 in Marietta, Washington, Ohio, USA.
She died on 22 Aug 1949 at the age of 84. Madison Monroe Caulk and Mary Yonally had the
following children:

I. Mary Mamie Isabelle Caulk was born on 27 Jan 1893 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas,
USA. She died on 26 Jan 1919 at the age of 25 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA.
Mary Mamie Isabelle Caulk and Charley Edward Reed were married. Charley Edward

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Reed was born on 26 Sep 1885 in Red Bud, KS. He died on 25 May 1912 at the age of
26 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA. Mary Mamie Isabelle Caulk and Charley
Edward Reed had the following child:

A. Esther Ellen Reed was born on 5 Jul 1911 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA.
She died.

II. Louise Edna Caulk was born on 17 Jan 1897 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA.
She died.
Louise Edna Caulk and Leslie Ray Poland were married on 30 Mar 1918. Leslie Ray
Poland was born. He died. Louise Edna Caulk and Leslie Ray Poland had the following
children:

A. Ward Kenneth Poland was born on 22 Jul 1922. He died.

B. Oleatha Elizabeth Poland was born on 6 Oct 1929. She died.


Oleatha Elizabeth Poland and GASTON were married. GASTON was born. He
died.

C. Ross Eldon Poland was born on 19 Oct 1925. He died.

D. Wayne Leslie Poland was born on 17 Dec 1919. He died.


Wayne Leslie Poland and Letha were married. Letha was born. She died.

E. Nancy Jo Poland was born on 5 Jan 1934. She died.


Nancy Jo Poland and BIRD were married. BIRD was born. He died.

F. Phyllis Ann Poland was born on 7 Jan 1936. She died.


Phyllis Ann Poland and EVANS were married. EVANS was born. He died.

G. Della Mae Poland was born on 7 Jun 1932. She died.


Della Mae Poland and KOPP were married. KOPP was born. He died.

III. Jesse William Caulk was born on 2 Sep 1886 in Gypsum, Saline, Kansas, USA. He
died on 10 Jun 1926 at the age of 39 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA.

IV. Ada Nancy Caulk was born on 10 Mar 1888 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA.
She died on 31 Jul 1976 at the age of 88 in Peoria, Peoria, Illinois, USA. !Harry had 5
children by this marriage
Ada Nancy Caulk and Harry Gibson were married in 1919. Harry Gibson was born. He
died. !Harry had 5 children by this marriage

V. James Wesley Caulk was born on 23 Dec 1889 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA.
He died on 18 Nov 1967 at the age of 77. !Had two children,they died young
James Wesley Caulk and Gladys Helen Bailey were married on 9 Feb 1916. Gladys
Helen Bailey was born. She died.

VI. Ralph Frederick Caulk was born on 10 Jan 1895 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas,
USA. He died on 23 Jan 1895 at the age of 0 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA.

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VII. Hazel Ellen Caulk71 was born on 11 Jul 1904 in Abilene, Dickinson, Kansas, USA.
She died on 12 Jun 1988 at the age of 83 in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas, USA. She had
Social Security Number 358-24-7799 Iss in IL. _P_CCINFO 1-56453
_P_CCINFO 1-14198
Hazel Ellen Caulk and Frederick "Fred" Ice were married. Frederick "Fred" Ice72 was
born on 9 Mar 1887 in Douglas, Colorado, USA. He died in Sep 1978 at the age of 91 in
Topeka, Shawnee Co, KS. He had Social Security Number 512-10-0956 Iss in KS.
_P_CCINFO 1-56453
<p>_P_CCINFO 1-14198</p>REFN: 1-2-7-1-3-13

(vii) William Henry "Uncle Doc" Caulk Dr4 was born on 2 Dec 1855 in MT Olive,
Macoupin, IL.4,38 He was educated Graduated from Medical College
M.D. in 1881 in Keokuk, Lee, Iowa, USA. Graduated from medical College,
Keokuk, Iowain 1881

William Henry "Uncle Doc" Caulk Dr and Julia Edith Gale were married on 8 Apr 1900 in
Fairfield, Clay, Nebraska, USA. Julia Edith Gale was born on 16 Sep 1868 in Centerville,
Appanoose, Iowa, USA. She died on 11 Sep 1946 at the age of 77 in Lincoln, Lancaster, NE.
!INFO FROM DAU EIFEL BY CORRES 1970'S. JULIA EDITH'S FATHER WAS;
JOHNGALE, he lived in Fairfield, Clay, NE. He came from Moulton, Iowa viaKansas in a
covered wagon when Julia was small girl William Henry "Uncle Doc" Caulk and Julia Edith
Gale had the following children:

I. Cecil G Caulk was born on 14 Mar 1902 in Lawrence, Nuckolls, Nebraska, USA. He
died.

II. Eifel Irene Caulk was born on 16 Nov 1903 in Lawrence, Nuckolls, NE. She died.
Eifel Irene Caulk and Reed Keller Anstine were married on 9 Apr 1932 in Verdigre,
Knox, Nebraska, USA. Reed Keller Anstine was born on 26 Apr 1897 in Stewartstown,
York, Pennsylvania, USA. He died on 31 Dec 1935 at the age of 38 in Lincoln,
Lancaster, Nebraska, USA. Eifel Irene Caulk and Reed Keller Anstine had the following
child:

A. Gale Bruce Anstine was born about 1934 in Nebraska, USA. She died.

III. Paul Allen Caulk was born on 26 May 1905 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois, USA. He
died.
Paul Allen Caulk and Julia L Haile were married in Mar 1930. Julia L Haile was born
about 1908. She died.

IV. Ruth L. Caulk was born in Sorento, Bond, Illinois, USA. She died.

V. Helen Gladys Caulk was born on 22 May 1910 in Cowles, Webster, Nebraska, USA.
She died.

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Helen Gladys Caulk and Melvin Willford HUEKE were married on 28 Nov 1941.
Melvin Willford HUEKE was born. He died.
William Henry "Uncle Doc" Caulk Dr and Mary Jane-Jennie West were married. Mary Jane-
Jennie West died before 8 Jan 1900. She was born in Bethel, Clermont, OH. William Henry
"Uncle Doc" Caulk and Mary Jane-Jennie West had the following children:

I. Harry Hiram Caulk was born on 25 Feb 1886 in Elmo, Dickinson, Kansas, USA. He
died on 14 Mar 1954 at the age of 68.
Harry Hiram Caulk and Minnie Lavici Davidson were married on 13 Jun 1919 in
Pocatello, Bannock, Idaho, USA. Minnie Lavici Davidson was born on 19 Oct 1894 in
Ogden, Weber, Utah. She died. !MINNIE'S FATHER: SAMUEL LEVI DAVIDSON,
MOTHER: ELLA ARTINCA McBRIDE.FROM ARCHIVE SHEET, SALT LAKE
CITY. Harry Hiram Caulk and Minnie Lavici Davidson had the following child:

A. Harry Hiram Caulk was born on 13 Jan 1938 in Ogden, Weber, Utah, USA. He
died on 23 Jan 1938 at the age of 0.

II. Marie Caulk was born about 1898 in Elmo, Dickinson, Kansas, USA. She died in
1906 at the age of 8.

(viii) Alexander Wesley Caulk was born between 1843 and 1846 in Mt Olive, Macoupin,
Illinois, USA. He died on 12 Feb 1923 at the age of 80 in Sorento, Bond,
Illinois, USA. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Military Service] 122nd
Ilinois Infantry Civil War DEATH: "SHORT HIST of the LIFE of James N.
CAULK", poss gerald CAULK.IGI SHEET, BATCH M533842/3470 CEN:
1850 MONTGOMERY, Il.; P 314, JAMESCALK 24 FARMER B TENN;
MARY 24 B KY;
A. F. 8 MONTHS, SON; A. W. 4, SON B IL.(THERE IS A STONE IN
KIRKLANDCEM
THAT SAYS; "A. W. & A. E. CAULK", WITH TWO INFANTS, ELBERT CAULK R-
55SAYS
IN AN 1963 INTERVIEW THAT THE TWO CHI ARE CHI OF JAMES N. R-5 AND HIS
WIFE, MARY CRAIG R-14. THEY WOULD BE CHI #2 AND PROBABLY #8,
JOHN.).CEN: 1880 MONTGOMERY, Il., Fam #140; ALEXANDER CAULK 37 FARMER B
IL.,ELIZABETH 28 B IL. (ALSO SHOWS A JAMES CAULK 28, IN THE PURDY
FAMILY).

CIVIL, CO I, 122 INF REG, ILL VOL., DISCHARGED 15 JUL 1865,MOBILE, AL.
Alexander Wesley Caulk and Elizabeth Davis were married on 13 Sep 1868 in Montgomery,
Illinois. Elizabeth Davis was born in 1852 in Illinois, USA. She died about 1930 at the age of
78 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois, USA. She was buried in Kirkland Cem, Illinois. Alexander
Wesley Caulk and Elizabeth Davis had the following children:

I. Infant Caulk was born. He died.

II. Mary Caulk was born. She died. died Age Six

III. Victor Caulk was born on 6 Mar 1886. He died on 7 Mar 1886 at the age of 0.

IV. A. M. Caulk was born. He died.

(ix) A. W. Caulk died between 1848 and 1850. He was born.

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(x) Tysein "Tippie" Caulk was born about 1868 in Mt Olive, Macoupin, Illinois, USA. He
died on 23 Sep 1873 at the age of 5 in Macoupin, IL.
James Nathaniel Caulk and Charlotte E. Moss were married on 7 Mar 1875 in Montgomery,
Illinois, USA. Charlotte E. Moss was born. She died.
James Nathaniel Caulk and Mary Ann Ross were married on 19 Oct 1881 in Bond, Illinois, USA.
Mary Ann Ross was born on 7 Jan 1836 in Illinois, USA. She died on 8 Apr 1918 at the age of
82 in Bond, Illinois, USA. She was buried in Reno Cemetery, Bond, IL.1 !DEATH: BOND CO
IL., #491/P165, AGE 82Y 3M 1D. FATHER: WM. B. ROSS, BU.S.; MOTHER: REBECCA
ARMSTRONG, B U.S. INFORMANT WAS, C.A. ROSS ofDONNELLSON
James Nathaniel Caulk and Sarah Smith were married about 1876. Sarah Smith was born. She
died.

(c) Hardena Sofrony Caulk4 was born on 19 Apr 1839 in Illinois, USA.4 She died.4
Hardena Sofrony Caulk and George Morris were married on 11 Sep 1862 in Montgomery,
Illinois, USA. George Morris was born. He died.

(d) Jacob Harry Caulk4 was born on 23 Feb 1841 in Illinois, USA.4 [NEED TO DEFINE
SENTENCE:Military Service] Cival War [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Military Award]
Cicil War He died.4 He was buried in Bond, Lawrence, Illinois, USA.4 Jacob was described as
<DESC><HAIR>Light</HAIR><EYES>Blue</EYES><HEIGHT>5 ft 8
in</HEIGHT><DESCRIPTION>Complexion; Light/D. He was a Farmer. !"History of James N.
Caulk", as related to Laura Caulk Riley by herfather, Jacob Harry Caulk, states he married Jenny,
three daus, onedied in infancy, and Blanch and Abby. Later Laura states the motherpossibly died
at Topeka, Kansas, the two girls moved to Idaho, (Laurasays to Wyoming). Jenny died in May
1916 at Topeka, Kansas, bur inReno Cem., near Sorento, Il. One record says Jacob marr "Mary",
bIndiana
Civil War units of Jacob Henry Caulk
Co C 59th Illinois Infantry
59th Regiment Infantry

Organized at St. Louis, Mo., as 9th Missouri Infantry, September 18, 1861 (Cos. "A," "B," "C" at
Cape Girardeau from August 6, 1861). Regiment moved to Jefferson Barracks, Mo., September
21, 1861; thence to Booneville, Mo., September 30. Attached to Kelton's Brigade, Pope's
Division, Fremont's Army of the West, to November, 1861. Department of Missouri to February,
1862. (Designation of Regiment changed to 59th Illinois Infantry February 12, 1862.) 2nd
Brigade, 3rd Division, Army of Southwest Missouri, to June, 1862. 1st Brigade, 4th Division,
Army of Mississippi, to September, 1862. 30th Brigade, 9th Division, Army of the Ohio, to
October, 1862. 30th Brigade, 9th Division, 3rd Corps, Army of the Ohio, to November, 1862. 1st
Brigade, 1st Division, Right Wing 14th Army Corps, Army of the Cumberland, to January, 1863.
1st Brigade, 1st Division, 20th Army Corps, Army of the Cumberland, to October, 1863. 2d
Brigade, 1st Division, 4th Corps, October, 1863. 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 4th Army Corps, to
May 1864. 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 4th Army Corps, to August, 1864. 3rd Brigade, 1st
Division, 4th Army Corps, August, 1864. 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, 4th Army Corps, to August,
1865. Department of Texas to December, 1865.

SERVICE.--Fremont's advance on Springfield, Mo., October 13-November 3, 1861. March to


Syracuse November 9-17, thence to LaMine River December 7 and to Georgetown, Mo.,
December 15. To LaMine Bridge December 23 and duty there until January 25, 1862. Curtis'

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advance on Springfield, Mo., January 25-February 11. Campaign against Price February and
March. Battles of Pea Ridge, Ark., March 6-8. March to Sugar Creek March 10, thence to Cross
Timbers. March to Batesville April 5-May 3. Moved to Cape Girardeau, Mo., thence to Pittsburg
Landing, Tenn., May 11-24. Advance on and siege of Corinth, Miss., May 26-30. Pursuit to
Booneville June 1-16. Duty at Jacinto, Miss., until August 4. Reconnaissance to Bay Springs,
Miss., August 4-7. Bay Springs August 5. March to Murfreesboro, Tenn., August 8-September 1,
thence to Louisville, Ky., in pursuit of Bragg, September 3-26. Pursuit of Bragg into Kentucky
October 1-15. Battle of Perryville, Ky., October 8. Lancaster October 15. March to Nashville,
Tenn., October 17-November 7 and duty there until December 26. Wilson's Creek Pike December
25. Advance on Murfreesboro, Tenn., December 26-30. Nolensville, Knob Gap, November 26.
Triune December 27. Battle of Stone's River December 30-31, 1862, and January 1-3, 1863. At
Murfreesboro until June. Reconnaissance to Versailles March 9-14. Operations on Edgeville Pike
June 4. Middle Tennessee or Tullahoma Campaign June 24-July 7. Liberty Gap June 24-27.
Occupation of Middle Tennessee until August 16. Passage of the Cumberland Mountains and
Tennessee River and Chickamauga (Ga.) Campaign August 16-September 22. Guard supply trains
over Mountain in rear of Bragg's army during battle of Chickamauga. Siege of Chattanooga,
Tenn., September 24-October 27. Reopening Tennessee River October 26-29. Chattanooga-
Ringgold Campaign November 23-27. Battles of Lookout Mountain November 23-24. Mission
Ridge November 25. Taylor's Ridge, Ringgold Gap, November 27. At Whiteside, Ala., until
January 27, 1864. Regiment veteranized January 12, 1864. Veterans on furlough January 27-
March 19. Moved to Cleveland, Tenn., and duty there until May. Atlanta (Ga.) Campaign May 1
to September 8, 1864. Tunnel Hill May 6-7. Demonstration on Rocky Faced Ridge May 8-11.
Buzzard's Roost Gap May 8-9. Demonstration against Dalton May 9-13. Battle of Resaca May 14-
15. Near Kingston May 18-19. Near Cassville May 19. Advance on Dallas May 22-25. Operations
on line of Pumpkin Vine Creek and battles about Dallas, New Hope Church and Allatoona Hills
May 25-June 5. Operations about Marietta and against Kenesaw Mountain June10-July 2. Pine
Hill June 11-14. Lost Mountain June 15-17. Assault on Kenesaw June 27. Ruff's Station, Smyrna
Camp Ground, July 4. Chattahoochie River July 5-17. Peach Tree Creek July 19-20. Siege
ofAtlanta July 22-August 25. Flank movement on Jonesboro August 25-80. Red Oak August 28-
29. Rough and Ready August 31. Battle of Jonesboro August 31-September 1. Lovejoy Station
September 2-6. PursuitofHood, into Alabama, October 3-26. Nashville Campaign November-
December. Columbia, Duck River, November 24-27. Battle of Franklin November 30. Battle of
Nashville December 15-16. Pursuit of Hood, to the Tennessee River, December 17-28. Moved to
Huntsville, Ala., and duty there until March, 1865. Expedition to Bull's Gap and operations in
East Tennessee March 15-April 22. At Nashville, Tenn., untilJune. Moved to New Orleans, La.,
June 16, thence to Indianola, Texas, July 7. Duty at San Antonio and at New Braunfels, Texas,
until December. Mustered out December 8, 1865.
Regiment lost during service 4 Officers and 105 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 4
Officers and 117 Enlisted men by disease. Total 230

Co A 2ed Illinois Light Artilary

Battery "A", 2nd Regiment Light Artillery


Organized at Peoria, Ill., and mustered into State service May 23, 1861. Moved to Alton, Ill., July
6, thence to St. Charles and Mexico, Mo., and duty in Northern Missouri until August. Ordered to
Jefferson Barracks, Mo., and mustered in August 17, 1861. Moved to Jefferson City, Mo., thence
to Booneville, Mo., October 1. Attached to Fremont's Army of the West and to Dept. of Missouri
to February,1862. 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, Army of Southwest Missouri, to May, 1862.
Artillery, 3rd Division, Army of Southwest Missouri, to July, 1862. District of Eastern Arkansas,
Dept. of Missouri, to December, 1862, and Dept. of the Tennessee to January, 1863. Artillery,
12th Division, 13th Army Corps, Army of the Tennessee, to May, 1863. Artillery, 14th Division,

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13th Army Corps, Army Tennessee, to July, 1863. 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 13th Army Corps,
Dept. of the Tennessee, to August, 1863, and Dept. of the Gulf to September, 1863. Artillery, 1st
Division, 13th Army Corps, Dept. of the Gulf, toJune, 1864. Defenses of New Orleans, La., Dept.
of the Gulf, to April, 1865. District of LaFourche, Dept. of the Gulf, to July, 1865.
SERVICE.--Fremont's Campaign against Springfield, Mo., October 21-November 8, 1861. At
Ottersville, Mo., until January, 1862. Moved to Lebanon, Mo., January 25. Curtis' advance on
Springfield, Mo., January 25-February 11. Pursuit of Price into Arkansas February 14-29. Battle
of Pea Ridge, Ark., March 6-8. March to Sugar Creek March 10, thence to Cross Timbers March
15, and over Ozark Mountains toBatesville April 5-May 3. March to Helena, Ark., May 25-July
13. Duty at Helena until March, 1863. Ordered to Milliken's Bend, La., March 20, and duty there
until April. Movement on Bruinsburg and turning Grand Gulf April 25-30. Battle of Thompson's
Hill, Port Gibson, Miss., May 1. Battle of Champion's Hill May 16. Big Black River May 17.
Siege of Vicksburg, Miss., May 18-July 4. Assaults on Vicksburg May 19 and 22. Advance on
Jackson, Miss., July 5-10. Siege of Jackson July 10-17. At Big Black until August. Ordered to
New Orleans, La., August 20. At Carrollton, Brashear City and Berwick untilOctober. Western
Louisiana Campaign October 3-November 30. Duty in District of LaFourche and Defenses of
New Orleans, La., until August, 1864. Operations in Mobile Bay against Forts Gaines and
MorganAugust 2-23. Siege and capture of Fort Gaines August 3-8. Siege and capture of Fort
Morgan August 8-23. Duty in the Defenses of New Orleans and District of LaFourche till July,
1865. (1st Section detached in District of Southwest Missouri to October, 1862. Attached to 1st
Brigade, 2nd Division, Army of the Frontier, to June, 1863. District of Southeast Missouri.
Advance on Fayetteville, Ark., October 11-December 3, 1862. March to relief of Gen. Blount
December 3-6. Battle of Prairie Grove, Ark, December 7. At Fayetteville until December 27.
Expedition over Boston Mountains to Van Buren, Ark.,December 27-29. Duty at various points in
Missouri until April, 1863. Operations against Marmaduke April 20-May 2. Moved to Pilot Knob,
Mo. Duty in District of Southeast Missouri until July, 1863.) Battery mustered out July 28, 1865.
Battery lost during service 5 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 Officer and 16
Enlisted men by disease. Total 22
Jacob Harry Caulk and Mary were married about 1871. Mary was born. She died. Jacob Harry
Caulk and Mary had the following children:

(i) Blanche "Black" Caulk was born in 1872 in Kansas, USA. She died.

(ii) Estelle Caulk was born about 1877 in Illinois, USA. She died on 25 Mar 1901 at the age
of 24. From the Greenville, IL "SUN"; Miss Estelle CAULK departed this life25 March 1901
at the home of her Aunt, Miss E. A. MAGEON at Denver, COwhere she had gone in search
of health. The remains were brought backto Reno for burial. She leaves to mourn her demise,
a mother and twosisters, Addie & Blanche CAULK. (Name is probably MAGOON). gc

(e) William Henderson Caulk4 was born on 29 Sep 1820 in Rutherford, Gibson, Tennessee,
USA.4 He died.4 He was a carpenter and builder. !CEN: 1850, MONTGOMERY CO ILL, FAM
#597-607, DAU LISTED AS, "SALENYA.C. CAULK"
AGE 3 B IL; WIFE AS, "LOTTY" 23; HENDERSON AGE 30
!ESTATE: FILES FOR JAMES S. CAULK, AND LINN CRAIG, MONTGOMERY CO ILL.
!WAR: WILLIAM SERVED IN THE MEXICAN WAR, BUR NR SORENTO, BOND, ILL.
!MARR: WILLIAM M/2 MRS.MARTHA P. (DUNCAN) CAULK, 12 MAY
1872,MONTGOMERY CO
RECORDS, IGI-M533842/4622; SHE WAS WIDOW OF, JAMES S. CAULK. (HE WAS
ADESC OF TANDY CAULK.)

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W.H. CAULK, listed as carpenter and builder, from Nashville, Tenn.,coming to Montgomery
County, in 1846. ( MCGS PUB Apr 1982 p 131), seehistory of Jacob H., it states William lived at
Litchfield.
!Cen: 1860 Montgomery County, IL, family #654-660, page 88; (HillsboroPub Lib)
Chaulk, Wm. H. 40 M born TN
Charlotte 33 F KY
Celcina A. C. 12 F IL
William Henderson Caulk and Charlotta Craig were married on 25 Feb 1843 in , Montgomery,
Illinois.1 Charlotta Craig, daughter of Linnus-Linn Craig, was born about 1827.1 She died about
1871 at the age of 44 in Chanute, , KS.1 !CEN: 1850, MONTGOMERY CO ILL, FAM #597-607,
WIFE LISTED AS; LOTTY,DAU AS, SALENY.
!MARR: REC MONTGOMERY CO ILL.
!MARR: REC MONTGOMERY CO FOR DAU SALANA A.C.
!ESTATE FILE: FOR JAMES S. CAULK, AND FOR LINN (OR LINNER) CRAIG, MONTCO.
!BOOK: HIST OF LIFE OF, JAMES N.CAULK, POSS OF COMPILER. Charlotta'sfather,
Linn/Linner/Linus Craig was a Baptist Minister, at theWalshville Church. For some history of this
family, see, CaulkHistories. Husband's name is spelled, "Cork" in some cen rec.
!Charlotta married 25 Feb 1843 William Henderson Caulk, MontgomeryCounty, Illinois records.
They lived some time in Kansas, then toLitchfield area. Possably there was a sister, Anna, who
marr JohnnyOverstreet, to Arkansas.
William Henderson Caulk and Martha P Duncan were married on 5 Dec 1872 in Montgomery,
Kane, Illinois, USA. Martha P Duncan73 was born in Illinois, USA. She died.
William Henderson Caulk and Charlotta Craig were married. Charlotta Craig was born. She
died. William Henderson Caulk and Charlotta Craig had the following child:

(i) Selana A.C Caulk was born about 1847. She died.
Selana A.C Caulk and Andrew J Broderick were married on 9 Jan 1869 in Montgomery,
Kane, Illinois, USA. Andrew J Broderick was born. He died.

(f) John Lafayette Caulk4 was born on 30 Jan 1842 in Bond, Lawrence, Illinois, USA.4 He died.4
He was buried in Bond, Lawrence, Illinois, USA.4 He was baptized into the LDS Church.1 He
was buried in Reno Cemetery, Bond, IL.1 John was endowed.1 !DEATH: JOHN DIED IN
INFANCY, PER KNOWLEDGE AND REC OF: ELBERT CAULK,AND
IRENE CAULK DOVE, BOTH OF SORENTO, BOND, ILL.

(g) Mary Abigail Caulk4,74 was born on 18 Jul 1836 in Illinois, USA.4 She died.4

(h) Narcissa Christianna Caulk4,75 was born on 17 Jul 1828 in Rutherford, Gibson, Tennessee,
USA.4 She died on 26 Mar 1901 at the age of 72 in Sorento, Bond County, Illinois.4 She was
buried in Bond, Illinois, USA. Kirkland Cem Mrs. Roberta Olive, drug store owner at Sorento.
Roberta says her mother, Pearl M., marr a Mr. Tipsword, per contact, Feb 1971. Per knowledge of
Elbert Caulk, of Bond County, abt 1973.

Narcissa Christianna Caulk and James Kuykendahl were married on 17 Jul 1853 in Montgomery,
Illinois, USA. James Kuykendahl was born on 30 May 1820 in Tennessee, USA. He died on 29
Mar 1868 at the age of 47 in Montgomery, Illinois, USA. He was buried in Bond, Illinois, USA.
Kirkland Cem !CEN: 1860 MONTGOMERY CO ILL, FAM #1150, JAMES 40 FARMER B

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TENN;NARCISSA 32 B TENN; MARY 5 B ILL; FRANCIS 2 B ILL; ELLEN KIRKLAND
18DOMESTIC; ALLEN CAULK FARM LABORER B ILL. TANDY CAULK LIVED JUST
NEXTDOOR ! FAM #1151. JAME'S ESTATE, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, HAD JAS.
F.NICHOLSON, ADMINISTRATOR, listed widow Narcissa, chi Francis M.; John& Abraham
Narcissa Christianna Caulk and James Kuykendahl had the following children:

(i) Abraham Kuykendahl76 was born in 1862 in Illinois, USA. He died.

(ii) Mary Kuykendahl77 was born about 1855 in Montgomery, Illinois. She died.

(iii) Francis Marion Kuykendahl78 died on 30 Sep 1939 in Jacksonville, Morgan Co.,
Illinois. He was born born abt 1858 in Illinois, USA.
Francis Marion Kuykendahl and Clarissa Isabel Holbrook were married. Clarissa Isabel
Holbrook was born. She died.
Francis Marion Kuykendahl and Clarcy Isabella Holbrook were married on 18 Sep 1881 in
Cottonwood Grove Twp (Bond) Illinois. Clarcy Isabella Holbrook79 was born on 25 Feb
1860 in Sorento, Bond Co., Illinois. She died on 10 Apr 1925 at the age of 65 in Sorento,
Bond Co., Illinois. Kirkland Cemtary Francis Marion Kuykendahl and Clarcy Isabella
Holbrook had the following children:

I. Anna Melissa Kuykendall80 was born on 12 Jul 1899 in Sorento, Bond Co., Illinois.
She died on 16 Feb 1985 at the age of 85 in Glasgow, Scott Co., Illinois. Glasgow
Cemetary

II. Martha Kuykendall81 was born on 1 Oct 1882 in Sorento, Bond Co., Illinois. She
died.

III. Sadie Arvilla Kuykendall82 was born on 7 Sep 1901 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois,
USA. She died.

IV. Bertha C. Kuykendall83 was born in 1884 in Sorento, Bond Co. Illinois. She died.

V. Leona Ester Kuykendall84 was born on 31 May 1892 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois,
USA. She died.

VI. Laura Isabelle Kuykendall85 was born on 25 Oct 1886 in Kansas City Missouri. She
died.

VII. Pearl Burdella Kuykendall86 was born on 15 Feb 1889 in Sorento, Bond, Illinois,
USA. She died in 1953 at the age of 64 in Bond, Illinois, USA.

(iv) John W. Kuykendahl87 was born about 1860 in Illinois, USA. He died in Illinois, USA.

(v) James J. Kuykendall88 was born on 21 Feb 1865 in Sorento, Bond County, Illinois. He
died on 30 Sep 1939 at the age of 74 in Sorento, Bond County, Illinois. Kirkland Cemetary

(i) Sarah Jane Caulk4 was born on 29 Jun 1829 in Rutherford, Gibson, Tennessee, USA.4 She
died on 29 Dec 1895 at the age of 66 in Rogers, Benton, Ar.4 She was buried in Rogers Cem,
Benton, Ar.4
Sarah Jane Caulk and Daniel Wilmington Henderson were married. Daniel Wilmington
Henderson was born on 7 Mar 1821 in Maury, Tennessee, USA. He died on 29 Jun 1901 at the
age of 80 in Rogers, Benton, Ar. Sarah Jane Caulk and Daniel Wilmington Henderson had the

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following children:

(i) Sarah Ann Elizabeth Henderson was born on 20 Oct 1856 in Montgomery, Illinois,
USA. She died.
Sarah Ann Elizabeth Henderson and Thomas Creed Smales were married in 1875 in Lincoln,
Kansas, USA. Thomas Creed Smales was born. He died. Sarah Ann Elizabeth Henderson
and Thomas Creed Smales had the following children:

I. Theodosia Olive Smales was born on 25 Jan 1878 in Sylvan Grove, Lincoln, KS. She
died on 6 May 1966 at the age of 88.
Theodosia Olive Smales and Adolph Custer Storz were married on 29 Jul 1896. Adolph
Custer Storz died on 26 Jun 1966 in Stonewall, Las Animas, Colorado, USA. He was
born. Theodosia Olive Smales and Adolph Custer Storz had the following children:

A. Madeline Carrie Storz was born on 28 Jun 1897 in Stonewall, Las Animas,
Colorado, USA. She died.
Madeline Carrie Storz and Louis Rosenberg were married on 22 Sep 1914. Louis
Rosenberg died on 11 Feb 1973 in Bellevue, King, Washington, USA. He was born
in Russia.

B. Odowin Theodolf Storz was born on 12 Jul 1899 in Stonewall, Las Animas,
Colorado, USA. He died.
Odowin Theodolf Storz and Anna Freda Myers were married. Anna Freda Myers
was born. She died.

II. William Thomas Smales was born on 19 Jun 1876 in Sylvan Grove, Lincoln, Kansas,
USA. He died in Feb 1910 at the age of 33.

III. Harry Mathis Smales was born on 19 Oct 1880 in Sylvan Grove, Lincoln, Kansas,
USA. He died.

IV. Ray Edwin Smales was born on 29 Jan 1881 in Blossburg, New Mexico, USA. He
died on 12 Apr 1897 at the age of 16.

(ii) Charles Daniel Henderson was born on 3 Nov 1847 in Montgomery, Illinois, USA. He
died on 12 Aug 1860 at the age of 12 in Montgomery, Illinois, USA.

(iii) Mary Nettie Henderson was born on 31 Jan 1868 in Montgomery, IL. She died on 30
Oct 1951 at the age of 83 in Rogers, Benton, Arkansas, USA.
Mary Nettie Henderson and John Wesley Davis Rogers were married on 15 Jul 1901 in
Benton, Saline, Arkansas, USA. John Wesley Davis Rogers was born. He died.

(iv) Everette C Henderson was born on 12 Feb 1875 in Salina, Saline, Kansas, USA. He
died.
Everette C Henderson and Olive Belle Layman were married about 1894. Olive Belle
Layman was born. She died. Everette C Henderson and Olive Belle Layman had the
following child:

I. Everette Lee Henderson was born on 20 Jan 1896 in Rogers, Benton, Ar. He died.
Everette Lee Henderson and Katherine Evelyn Moore were married about 1919.

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Katherine Evelyn Moore was born. She died. Everette Lee Henderson and Katherine
Evelyn Moore had the following children:

A. Richard Moore Henderson was born on 24 Apr 1924 in Shelby, Tennessee,


USA. He died.

was born (date unknown).


Richard Moore Henderson and were married. was born. She died.

B. Everette Chester Henderson was born. He died.

(v) Edward Sidney Henderson was born on 29 Oct 1865 in Montgomery, Illinois, USA. He
died in 1891 at the age of 26.
Edward Sidney Henderson and Matilda were married. Matilda was born. She died. Edward
Sidney Henderson and Matilda had the following children:

I. Katherine Henderson was born. She died.

II. Leslie Henderson was born. He/she died.

III. Bruce Henderson was born. He died.

(vi) Cinica Mary Jane Henderson was born on 20 Oct 1846 in Montgomery, IL. She died.

(vii) Jesse Cabin Henderson was born on 28 Jan 1850 in Montgomery, IL. He/she died on 4
Nov 1852 at the age of 2 in Montgomery, IL.

(viii) James David Henderson was born on 15 Jun 1851 in Montgomery, IL. He died on 3
Dec 1852 at the age of 1 in Montgomery, IL.

(ix) Willis Andrew Jackson Henderson was born on 28 Jan 1853 in Montgomery, IL. He
died in Sep 1855 at the age of 2.

(x) John Nathaniel Henderson was born on 8 Oct 1854 in Montgomery, IL. He died on 7
Apr 1858 at the age of 3 in Montgomery, IL.

(xi) Theodosia Sophia Henderson was born on 9 Apr 1858 in Montgomery, IL. She died on
15 Oct 1879 at the age of 21 in Lincoln, Kansas, USA.

(xii) Handena Luisa Henderson was born on 29 Oct 1869 in Montgomery, IL. She died on
18 Dec 1915 at the age of 46 in Montana, USA (?).
Handena Luisa Henderson and were married. was born. He died. Handena Luisa Henderson
had the following child:

I. was born. She died.

(xiii) Martha Bell Henderson was born on 1 Jun 1872 in Salina, Saline, Kansas, USA. She
died on 9 Jun 1872 at the age of 0 in Salina, Saline, Kansas, USA.

(xiv) George Milton Henderson89 was born on 20 Jan 1870 in Salina, Saline, Kansas, USA.
He died on 16 Nov 1960 at the age of 90 in Albuguerque, New Mexico. He was buried in
Mountain View Cemetary, Pueblo, Colorado.

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George Milton Henderson and Mary May Davis were married on 28 Dec 1890 in Rogers,
Benton, Arkansas, USA. Mary May Davis90 was born on 6 Jun 1870 in Effingham County.
She died on 5 Dec 1913 at the age of 43 in Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, USA. She was buried
in Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Colorado. Mary was Methodist. George Milton
Henderson and Mary May Davis had the following children:

I. Roy Wilmington Henderson91 was born on 28 Jun 1892 in Rogers, Benton, Arkansas,
USA. He died on 18 Mar 1920 at the age of 27. He was buried in Mountain View
Cemetary, Pueblo Colorado. Roy was educated Harvard Law.

II. Loy Wesley Henderson92 was born on 28 Jun 1892 in Rogers, Benton, Arkansas,
USA. He died. LOY WAS WITH THE U.S. STATE DEPT FOR ALL HIS LIFE, VERY
ACTIVE INHIGH LEVEL ACTIVITIES. PROBABLY DIED IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
LOY MARRIED 3DEC 1930 ELISE MARIE HEINRICH, PROBABLY IN
LITHUANIA, SHE FROM THERE.LIVED IN WASH. D.C. IN EARLY 1970'S BOTH
PROBABLY DIED THERE.
Loy Wesley Henderson and Elise Marie Heinrichson were married on 3 Dec 1930 in St
Judes Church, Central Square, London, England, NW11 7AH. Elise Marie
Heinrichson93 was born in Latvia. She died.

III. Zella May Henderson94 was born on 8 Jul 1894 in Bentonville, Benton, Arkansas,
USA. She died in 1979 at the age of 85 in Colorado Springs. She was buried on 13 Mar
1987 in Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery, Colorado Springs, CO. <p>Newspaper
Clipping</p><p>Wednesday, March 11, 1987</p><p>EVETT - Zella May Evett, age 92
and a resident of Colorado Springs, CO, died February 28, 1987 in Colorado Springs.
She is survived by here brother, George R. Henderson of Colorado Springs and four
grandchildren, Kathy Shy and Dr. Michael Shy bot of Philadelphia, PA, James Shy of
Chula Vista, CA and Thomas Wohlgemuth of St. Charles, MO.She was preceded in
death by her husband, J. Leo Evett in 1964. Mrs. Evett was a former member of Central
United Methodist Church. She was principal of Cortez School when she retired in 1960
and was also named Principal of the Year. In 1947, she received the Golden Rule
Foundation’s New Mexico Mother of the Year Award. She belonged to the ADA
Chapter #5 of the Order of the Eastern Star and theSocial Order of Beauceant. Graveside
services will be held Friday morning at 11:00am at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery with
the Rev. Jim Hawk officiating. Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113Carlisle NE,
are in charge of arrangements.</p>
Zella May Henderson and J. Claud Shy were married on 1 Sep 1919 in Trinidad, Las
Animas, Colorado, USA. They were divorced. J. Claud Shy95 died in 1943 in Borger,
Hutchinson, Texas, USA. He was born. He was buried in Masonic cemetery, Trinidad,
Texas. <p>Obituary (undated) states he was "past 68 years old"</p><p>Article with
Obituary has column discusssing a Marine held as a POW by Japanese in the
Philipines.</p> Zella May Henderson and J. Claud Shy had the following children:

A. James Claude Shy96 was born on 4 Apr 1918. He died on 22 Jan 1954 at the age
of 35 in St Louis, St Louis, Missouri, USA. He was buried in
Kenrick Cemitary, St Louis. James held the title of Dr.. He was a
Physician.

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B. George Milton Shy97 was born on 30 Sep 1919 in Trinidad, Las Animas,
Colorado, USA. He died.

was born (date unknown).

was born (date unknown).


Zella May Henderson and J. Leo Evett were married on 1 Jun 1936. J. Leo Evett98 died
in 1964. He was born.

IV. Frank Lynn Henderson was born on 18 Jul 1897 in Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas,
USA. He died about 14 Jul 1899 at the age of 1 in Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas, USA.

V. George Rulon Henderson was born on 2 Nov 1902 in Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas,
USA. He died.
George Rulon Henderson and Eleanor Dietrich were married. Eleanor Dietrich was born
in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. She died. George Rulon Henderson and Eleanor
Dietrich had the following children:

A. Margaret Anne "Mickey" Henderson was born. She died. Margaret Anne
"Mickey" Henderson was also known as Mickey.1 !Marr: To Hans BJORNEN, had
two children, they lived Colorado Springs,Chi; 1. Kari Malene BJORNEN, she marr
4 Jan 1977, David Warren JAHNKE,probably had one child about 1982; and 2.
Kevin BJORNEN, not marr in1980

B. Margaret Henderson was born. She died. Margaret Henderson was born (date
unknown). !MARR: MARGARET TO HANS BJORNEN, HAD CHI KAREN AND
KEVIN, LIVEDCOLORADO
SPRINGS, COLO

VI. Bernice Annette Henderson was born on 11 Sep 1905 in Jefferson, Ashtabula,
Ohio, USA. She died about 1955 at the age of 50 in Fort Collins, Larimer, Colorado,
USA.
Bernice Annette Henderson and Horace W Stephens were married in Jan 1927 in
Platteville, Weld, Colorado, USA. Horace W Stephens was born in Jan 1927. He died.
Bernice Annette Henderson and Horace W Stephens had the following children:

A. William George Stephens was born. He died. William George Stephens was
born (date unknown). !Married Sheri Sue Mitchel, has one child, Amy, as of about
1980. Theylived in Kersey, CO.

B. Ann Alice Stephens was born. She died. Ann Alice Stephens died before 1980.1
She was christened in Ohh.1 !Married first, Stephen Harlow Smith, div, then married
ThomasMcMillan, they had chi; 1. Kelley Mae McMillan, and 2. Donald
LewisMcMillan.

(j) Benjamin Franklin Caulk4,99 was born on 30 Jan 1822 in Rutherford, Tennessee.4 He died.4

(k) Martha Caulk4,100 was born on 15 Sep 1823 in Rutherford, Gibson, Tennessee, USA.4 She
died on 23 Apr 1858 at the age of 34.4 She was christened in Ohh.4 Martha was buried in Nr
Staunton, Macoupin, Il.4 Martha was buried in Nr Staunton, Macoupin, IL.1 She was christened in

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Ohh.1 !Headstone reads; "Martha, daughter of J. P. & S. Caulk, wife of Wm.C. Henderson, 15
Sept. 1823 - 23 April 1858, age 35 Yrs, 7 days".Stone in abandonded cem on Wentz farm, near
Staunton, (Henderson newsletter of August, 1991.
!Birth: Date exactly as recorded in parents Bible. See Hendersongenealogy for considerable more
data. Martha seems not to be in the1830 census.
Martha Caulk and William Carroll Henderson were married about 1837.1 William Carroll
Henderson, son of James Henderson and Elizabeth , was born on 25 Jun 1817 in Columbus,
Lowndas, MS.1 He died after1889 at the age of 72.1 !Cen: 1850 Litchfield, Montgomery County,
IL, lists chi as; 1. I. M.Henderson, age 11; 2. Sarah Henderson, age 9; 3. Josephus Henderson,age
5, (He married Martha Mitchell, 1 Jan 1868, Montg Co 4. S. W.Henderson, age one month.
William was a Notary Public in Litchfield atage 72, (1889).
Martha Caulk and William Carroll Henderson were married about 1837. William Carroll
Henderson was born on 25 Jun 1817 in Columbus, Lowndes, Mississippi, USA. He died after
1889 at the age of 72. Martha Caulk and William Carroll Henderson had the following children:

(i) I. M. Henderson was born about 1839. He/she died.

(ii) Sarah Henderson was born. She died.

(iii) Josephus Henderson was born about 1845. He died.


Josephus Henderson and Martha Mitchell were married on 1 Jan 1868 in Montgomery,
Illinois, USA. Martha Mitchell was born. She died.

(iv) S. W. Henderson was born in 1850. He/she died.

b. John Caulk was born. He died.

c. Issac Caulk was born. He died.

d. Oliver Caulk was born. He died.

e. was born (date unknown).

f. Benjamin Caulk was born. He died.

g. was born (date unknown).

h. Mary Caulk was born. She died.

i. Sarah Caulk was born. She died.

2. Oliver Caulk was born in 1692. He died.


Oliver Caulk and Phoebe Brown were married. Phoebe Brown was born. She died.

3. Mary Caulk was born in 1696. She died.


Mary Caulk and George Wilson were married. George Wilson was born. He died.

4. Sarah Caulk was born in 1699. She died.


Sarah Caulk and John Kennard were married. John Kennard was born. He died.

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5. Jacob Caulk was born in 1702. He died.

B. James Caulk101–102 was born in 1662. He died in 1706 at the age of 44 in Talbot Co, Maryland. Source:
http://www.colonialswedes.org/Forefathers/Matthiasson.html
3. James Caulk, the third son, was married by 1695 to Sarah Allum, daughter of Nicholas and Ann Allum. Sarah's
mother had been born Anna Wheeler, the daughter of John Wheeler and Catharina Lom of NewSweden. They lived in
Talbot County, where James Caulk died c. 1706. One child has been identified:
> James Caulk, born c. 1700, in Talbot County, moved as an adult to Northumberland County, VA, and then to Prince
William County, VA, where he died in 1776. By his wife Eleanor, he had two known sons: James Calk, born 5 July
1729, and William Calk, born 7 March 1740.
<p>Source: http://www.colonialswedes.org/Forefathers/Matthiasson.html</p><p>3. James Caulk, the third son, was
married by 1695 to Sarah Allum, daughter of Nicholas and Ann Allum. Sarah's mother had been born Anna Wheeler,
the daughter of John Wheeler and Catharina Lom of New Sweden. They lived in Talbot County, where James Caulk
died c. 1706. One child has been identified:</p>> James Caulk, born c. 1700, in Talbot County, moved as an adult to
Northumberland County, VA, and then to Prince William County, VA, where he died in 1776. By his wife Eleanor, he
had two known sons: James Calk, born 5 July 1729, and William Calk, born 7 March 1740.
James Caulk and Sarah Allum were married. Sarah Allum103 was born. She died. <p>Source:
http://www.colonialswedes.org/Forefathers/Matthiasson.html</p><p>3. James Caulk, the third son, was married by
1695 to Sarah Allum, daughter of Nicholas and Ann Allum. Sarah's mother had been born Anna Wheeler, the daughter
of John Wheeler and Catharina Lom of New Sweden. They lived in Talbot County, where James Caulk died c. 1706.
One child has been identified:</p>> James Caulk, born c. 1700, in Talbot County, moved as an adult to Northumberland
County, VA, and then to Prince William County, VA, where he died in 1776. By his wife Eleanor, he had two known
sons: James Calk, born 5 July 1729, and William Calk, born 7 March 1740. James Caulk and Sarah Allum had the
following child:

1. James Caulk104 was born in 1700 in Talbot Co, Maryland. He died in 1776 at the age of 76 in Prince William
Co., Virginia.
James Caulk and Eleanor Tribbles were married. Eleanor Tribbles105 was born. She died. James Caulk and Eleanor
Tribbles had the following children:

a. William Calk106–107 was born on 7 Mar 1740 in Northumberland Co., Virginia. He died on 18 Oct 1823 at
the age of 83 in Montgomery, Kentucky. He was buried in Hinkston Vale, Montgomery, Kentucky. see
http://www.facebook.com/l/b10b1;freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~amxroads/Wilderness/calk.html
for info on Danial Boone, William Calk and his journal.
The Early Settlers of
Boonesborough
On the 1st of April, 1775, Daniel Boone, Richard Henderson and their companions,
reached the southern bank of the Kentucky River, and began to build a fort,
afterwards known as Boonesborough.
The names of those persons and/or families known to have resided in or near the Fort
Boonesborough and Boone Station area follow:John ALLEN, Richard ALLEN,
Thomas ALLEN, Aletha ANDERSON, James ANDERSON, Jemima ANDERSON,
John ANDERSON, Mary ANDERSON, Nicholas ANDERSON, John ANTHONY,
Joseph ANTHONY, Uriel ARK, Daniel ASHBY, l Thomas BAILEY, Isaac BAKER,
Bland BALLARD, Abraham BANTA, Henry BANTA Jr., Henry BANTA Sr., John
BANTA, James BARBORN, Samuel BARKER, William BARKER, Alex BARNETT,
Abrose BARNETT, James BARNETT, John BARNETT, Joseph BARNETT, Robert
BARNETT, James BARNHILL, David BARTON, Joab BARTON, Joshua BARTON,
Samuel BARTON, Thomas BARTON, Williasm BARTON, Catherine BAUGHMAN,

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Jacob BAUGHMAN, John BAUGHMAN, Col. Edward BAXTER, Charles BEALE, G.
Michael BEDINGER, Flowner BELL, Samuel BELL, John BELLENTINE, Charles
BELLEW, John BENNETT, Joseph BENNING, William BENTLEY, Jesse BENTON,
James BERRY, Humphrey BEST, Moese BEST, Stephen BEST, Mary Gass BLACK,
William BLACK, Joseph BLACKFORD, Anthony BLEDSOE, Joseph BLEDSOE,
Moese BLEDSOE, Robert BOGGS, John Peter BONDURANT, Ann BOONE, Betsey
BOONE, Col. Daniel BOONE, Daniel Morgan BOONE, Edward or Allen BOONE,
Enoch Morgan BOONE, George BOONE, Hannah BOONE, Isaiah BOONE, Josiah
BOONE, Lvinia BOONE, Moses BOONE, Nathan BOONE, Rebecca BOONE, Sarah
BOONE, Squire BOONE, Mrs. Squire BOONE, Squire BOONE, Squire H. BOONE,
Susan BOONE, Ulissy BOONE, Albert BORUS, John BOWLES, John BOYLE,
Edward BRADLEY, James BRIDGES, Samuel BROOKS, Thomas BROOKS, William
BROOKS, David BRYANT, George BRYANT, Henry BRYANT, James BRYANT,
Jonathan BRYANT, Joseph BRYANT, Rebecca BRYANT, Thomas BRYANT,
William BRYANT, Capt. William BUCHANAN, Edward BULGER, John BULGER,
John BULLOCK, Leonard Henley BULLOCK, Nathaniel BULLOCK, David
BUNDAN, John BUNORAN, James BUNTEN, Capt. William "Billy" BUSH, Maj.
William BUSHBY, John BUTLER, Robert CALDWELL, William CALK, Mrs.
William CALK, Caleb CALLOWAY, Edgar CALLOWAY, Elizabeth CALLOWAY,
Flanders CALLOWAY, Frances CALLOWAY, George CALLOWAY, John
CALLOWAY, Hezekiah CALLOWAY, Keziah CALLOWAY, Lydia CALLOWAY,
Col. Richard CALLOWAY, Mrs. Richard CALLOWAY, John CAMERON, Samuel
CAMPBELL, Adam CAPERTON, Braxton CARTER, John CARTWRIGHT, Robert
CARTWRIGHT, Abraham CHAPLAIN, Elizabeth Mullins CHENAULT, William
CHENAULT, Gen. George Rogers CLARK, Gen. Green CLAY, Judge John
COBURN, Samuel COBURN, Capt. William COCKE, Ambrose COFFEE, Jesse
COFFEE, John COLEFORT, Alex COLLINS, Elijah COLLINS, Josiah COLLINS,
Thomas COLLINS, William COLLINS, Betts COLLIER, George COLMES, Joseph
COMBS, John CONSTANT, John CONWAY, Jesse CONWAY, David COOK,
Cuthberth COMBS, Enos COOMBS, Williams COOMBS, Jacob COONS, Ben
COOPER, Jesse COPHER, William COOPER, Peter COSSART, Frederick
COUCHMAN, James COULTER, Maj. William CRADLEBAUGH, John CRAIG,
Lewis CRAIG, David CREWS, Elijah CREWS, John CROOKE, John CROSS, Charles
CURD, Benjamin CUTBERTH, John DANIEL, Joseph DAVIS, Samuel DAVIS,
William DEAL, Abram DEAN, Susan DEAN, Joseph DEBAN or DESON, DENTON
family, Thomas DIAL, John DONIPHAN, James DOSTER, James DOUGLAS, Joseph
DRAKE, Margaret DRAKE, William DRYDEN, John DUMPARD, John DUNN,
Benjamin DUNAWAY, John DURBIN, Daniel DUREE, Henry DUREE, Peter
DUREE Jr., Mrs. Peter DUREE Jr., Peter DUREE Sr., Mrs. Peter DUREE Sr., Samuel
DUREE, Robert ELKIN, Mrs. Robert ELKIN, James ELLIS, Mary ELLIS, Joseph
ELLISON, Talton EMBRY, Richard EPPERSON, Robert EPSLEY, Ben ESTILL,
Boudee ESTILL, Capt. James ESTILL, Sally ESTILL, Samuel ESTILL, Wallace
ESTILL, Baker EWING, William FALL, John FARRAR, Edmund FEAR or FAIR,
Col. Ezekiel H. FIELDS, Davind FINLEY, James FINLEY, John FINNELL, John
FINNICK, John FLUTY, Col. John FLOYD, Thomas FOOT, Joseph FOWLER, John
FOX, James FRENCH, James GASS, Jennie GASS, John GASS, Mary GASS, Sarah
GASS, Capt. David GASS, James GATES, Capt. Charles GATLIFF, James GATLIFF,
Letitia GATLIFF, Neal GATLIFF, Martin GENTRY, Richard GENTRY, Catherine
GEORGE, John GEORGE, Nicholas GEORGE, Mrs. Nicholas GEORGE, Whitson
GEORGE, Julius GIBBS, Samuel GILBERT, Ricard GIREY, Sameul GIREY, Ancil
GOODMAN, Daniel GOODMAN, Elizabeth GRANT, Hannah GRANT, Isreal
GRANT, l John GRANT, Rebecca Boone GRANT, Moses GRANT, Squire GRANT,
William GRANT, Capt. Higgason GRUBBS, Mrs. Higgason GRUBBS, Peter
GUERRANT, Thomas GOFF, Peter HACKETT, Edward HALL, Thomas HALL,

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William HALL, Andrew HAMILTON, John HAMILTON, James HAMILTON,
George HANCOCK, Stepen HANCOCK, William HANCOCK, Edward HAND,
Andrew HANA, John HARMON, Thomas HARGROVE, John HARPER, Peter
HARPER, John HARVESTER, William HARRIS, Ben HARRISON, John
HARRISON, Edward HARROD, Chenoa HART, China HART, Cumberland HART,
David HART, Mrs. David HART, John HART, Kiziah HART, Mary HART, Nathaniel
HART, Nathaniel HART Jr., Mrs. Nathaniel HART, Simpson HART, Susannah
HART, Thomas HART, Thomas Richard Green HART, John HAWISTON, Elizabeth
HAYES, James HAYES, Jemima HAYES, William HAYES, John HENDERSON,
Nathaniel HENDERSON, Nicholas HENDERSON, Pleasant HENDERSON, Col
Richard HENDERSON, Samuel HENDERSON, Frances Halley HENDRICKS, George
HENDRICKS, William HICKS, Jospeh HINES, Dr. HINES, . Col. Richard HINES,
Isaac HITE, Jesse HODGES, James HOGAN, Richard HOGAN, William HOGE,
James HOGG, Capt. John HOLDER, Francis HOLLEY / HALLEY, Mrs. Francis
HOLLEY / HALLEY, Mrs. John HOLLEY / HALLEY, William HOOTON, Elizabeth
HORN, Jeremiah HORN, Matthew HORN, Elizabeth HOY, Parthenia HOY, William
HOY, Joseph HUGHES, Jake HUNTER, John HUNTER, Samuel HUNTER, Benjamin
HOWARD, John HOWARD, Margaret HOWARD, Harry INNES, Christopher
IRVINE Jr., Christopher IRVINE Sr., David C. IRVINE, Col. William IRVINE, John
JACKSON, Joseph JACKSON, Jonathan JENNINGS, Charles JOCKARS, Andrew
JOHNSON, Betsey JOHNSON, Rev. Cave JOHNSON, Isaac JOHNSON, Robert
JOHNSON, William JOHNSON, Jacob JOHNSTON, Thomas JOHNSTON, Catlett
JONES, Matthew JOUETT, Charles KAVANAUGH, William KAVANAUGH, Beal
KELLY, Joseph KELLY, Benjamin KELLY, John KELLY, Andrew KENNEDY,
David KENNEDY, Elizabeth KENNEDY, Jesse KENNEDY, John KENNEDY Jr.,
Joseph KENNEDY, Mary KENNEDY, Thomas KENNEDY, James KENNY, Simon
KENTON, Johnthan KETCHAM, John KINCAID, Thomas KINCAID, Robert
KIRKHAM, Samuel KIRKHAM, William KINTLEY, John KNOX, Samuel LACKEY,
Col. John LADD, Thomas LANHAM, Charles LEE, John LEE, Abraham LEWIS,
George LINCOLN, William LIPSCOMB, Nathan LIPSCOMB, Thomas LITTLE,
Charles LOCKHART, Col. John LOGAN, Samuel LOGAN, Joseph LONG, Frances
LONG, Lawrence LONG, Col John P. LUTTRELL, Thomas LUTTRELL, David
LYNCH, William LYNN, Robert MCAFEE, George MCAFEE, William MCAFEE,
Moses MCCLURE, John MCCOLLUM, MCGARY family, David MCGEE, James
MCMILLAN Sr.,. Margaret White MCMILLAN, Thomas MCQUEEN, William
MCWHINNEY, George MADDEN, James MANKINS, John MANNEN, John
MARTIN, William MARTIN, Jesse MAUPIN, William MAYS, George
MERIWEATHER, Nicholas MERIWEATHER, David MILLER, Thomas MILLER,
William MILLER, Michael MIRAS, Alex MONTGOMERY, John MONTGOMERY,
Charles MOORE, John MOORE, William MOORE, John MORGAN, Ralph
MORGAN, William MORGAN, Jesse MORRIS, William MORRIS, Richard
MORRISON, John MORTON, Thomas MOSELY, John MOUNCE or MOURNER,
Jacob MYERS, Alexander NEELEY, Edward NELSON, Mrs. Edward NELSON, John
NELSON, Moses NELSON, John NEWBY, Abraham NEWLAND, Thomas NOEL,
Jesse OLDHAM, Tyree OLDHAM, Michael OVERSTREET, William O'REAR,
Thomas M. OWENS, John Cockey OWINGS, Clough OVERTON, Lt. James
PATTON, Richard PATTERSON, William PATTERSON, James PEAKE, Jesse
PEAKE, John PEAKE, Joshua PENNIX, Peter PENNYBACKER, James PERRY,
Richard PETERSON, Anny Duffey PEYTON, Yelverton PEYTON, Anthony
PHELPS, Edwin PHELPS, Elizabeth PHELPS, George PHELPS, Guy PHELPS, John
PHELPS, Joshua PHELPS, Josiah PHELPS, Lucy PHELPS, Sarah PHELPS, Thomas
PHELPS, William PHILLIPS, John PITTMAN, John PLEAKENSTALVER, John
PLECK, John POGUE, William POGUE, Mrs. William POGUE, Samuel PORTER,
Page PORTWOOD, Sam PORTWOOD, Levin POWELL, James PROCTOR, John

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PROCTOR, Joseph PROCTOR, Capt. Nicholas PROCTOR, Nicholas PROCTOR Jr.,
Rachel PROCTOR, Reuben PROCTOR, James QUISENBERRY, Benjamin QUINN,
James QUINN, Thomas QUINN, John RANK, Nicholas RAY, Alexander REED, JOhn
RICE, Joseph RICE, Samuel RICE, Benejamin ROBERTS, Davidn ROBINSON,
George ROBINSON, Samuel ROBINSON, William ROBINSON, Col. Robert
RHODES, Pemberton ROLLINS, Ambrose ROSS, Hugh ROSS, Gen. Christopher
RIFFE, Fred RIPPERDAM, Mrs. Fred RIPPERDAM, James RUSSELL, Samuel
SANDERS, John SAPPINGTON, William SCHOLL, Anderson SEARCY, Asa
SEARCY, Bartlett SEARCY, Charles SEARCY, Reuben SEARCY, Richard SEARCY
Jr., Richard SEARCY Sr.,. Samuel SEARCY, William SEARCY, James SCOTT, Hugh
SEFER, Hugh SHIELDS, David SHELBY, Isaac SHELBY, David SHELTON, Charles
SHIRLEY, Katie SHIRLEY, Michael SHIRLEY, Thomas SHORES, Col. Thomas
SLAUGHTER, Enoch SMITH, Encoh George SMITH, John SMITH, Maj. William
Bailey SMITH, John SNODDY, Samuel SNODDY, John SOUTH Jr., John SOUTH
Sr., Mrs. John SOUTH, Samuel SOUTH, Thomas SOUTH, Richard SPURR, William
STAGG, Barney STAGNER, John STAPLETON, Jacob STARNES, Joseph
STARNES, Jacob STEARNS, John STEPHENSON, Dudley STONE, Michael
STONER, Samuel STRODE, Berue SWEARINGEN, Benoni SWEARINGEN, Thomas
SWEARINGEN, Hale TALBOTT, John TANNER, John TATE, Robert TATE, Samuel
TATE, Edmond TAYLOR, John TAYLOR, Nancy TAYLOR, Peter W. TAYLOR,
Richard TAYLOR, John TERRELL, Robert TERRELL, James THOMAS, Moses
THOMAS, James THOMPSON, Lawrence THOMPSON, Col. John TODD, William
TOMLINSON, Gerrett TOWNSEND, Joshual TOWNSEND, Oswald TOWNSEND,
Thomas TRIBBLE, David TURNER, John TURNER, Solomon TURPIN, William
TURPIN, Capt. Thomas TWIDDY, William TWIDDY, William UMPHREY, Benoni
VALLANDIGHAM, Lewis VALLANDIGHAM, Joel VASSAR, Richard WADE, Joel
WALKER, Isaac WANE, David V. WALKER, Felix WALKER, Robert WALTON,
Thomas WARREN, James WARTON, Capt. Charles G. WATKINS, James
WATKINS, John WEBBER, Walter WELCH, Richard WELLS, Ambrose WHITE,
Aquilla WHITE, Galen WHITE, Robert WHITLEDGE, Capt. John WHITTAKER,
Billy WILCOX, Sally Boone WILCOX, Daniel WILCOXON, Elizabeth WILCOXON,
John WILCOXON, Rachel WILCOXON, Aletha Anderson WILKERSON, John
WILKERSON, Mrs. John WILKERSON, Moses WILKERSON, Wyatt WILKERSON,
William WILLIAMS, Edward WILLIAMS, Jarrett WILLIAMS, John WILLIAMS,
Richard WITLEDGE, Moses WILSON, Adams WOODS, Capt. Archibald WOODS,
John WOODS, Samuel WOODS, Samuel WOODSON, Capt. Edward
WORTHINGTON, John WRIGHT, James WESTERVELDT (Westerfield), John
WITHERS, James YATES, Jesse YOCUM
The original Fort Boonesborough was built by Daniel Boone and his men in 1775
William Calk and Sarah Elizabeth Catlett were married in Prince William, Virginia, USA. Sarah Elizabeth
Catlett108–109 was born in 1744 in Of Princewilliam, Virginia. She died on 20 Nov 1826 at the age of 82.
William Calk and Sarah Elizabeth Catlett had the following children:

i. Thomas Calk110–111 was born on 7 Apr 1784 in Boonesborough, VA, USA. He died on 24 Oct 1853 at
the age of 69 in Fauquier Co, VA. He was buried in Old Home Place., Montgomery, Kentucky.
Thomas Calk and Emily Elizabeth Keas were married on 18 Mar 1817 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA.
Emily Elizabeth Keas112 was born on 10 Apr 1792 in Fauquier Co, VA. She died on 23 Feb 1880 at the
age of 87 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. <p>Marriage 2 Thomas CALK I b: 7 APR 1784 in
Boonesborough, Kentucky County, Virginia, United States</p><p>Married: 18 MAR 1817 in
Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States 1</p><p>Children</p><p> Sarah Ann CALK b: 2 FEB
1818 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States</p><p> William CALK b: 20 MAY 1819 in Mt.
Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States</p><p> Thomas CALK II b: 29 JUN1820 in Near,
Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States</p><p> Mary Elizabeth CALK b: 28 AUG

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1821 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States</p><p> Emily Rebecca CALK b: 13
MAY 1823 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States</p><p> Isabella CALK b: 8
NOV 1824 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States</p><p> Isaac Franklin Patrick
Henry CALK b: 1 AUG 1826 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States</p><p>
Nancy CALK b: 18 APR 1829 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States</p>
Arabella CALK b: 19SEP 1833 in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States Thomas
Calk and Emily Elizabeth Keas had the following children:

(1) Nancy Calk113 was born on 18 Apr 1829 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. She died
on 16 Apr 1833 at the age of 3 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA.

(2) Arabella Calk114 was born on 19 Sep 1833 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. She died
on 28 Apr 1909 at the age of 75.

(3) Sarah Ann Calk115 was born on 2 Feb 1818 in Montgomery Co, KY. She died on 6 Feb 1895 at
the age of 77 in Montgomery Co, KY. She was buried in Machpelah Cemetery, Montgomery Co, KY.
<p>Name: Sarah Ann CALK </p><p>Sex: F </p><p>Name: PETERS </p><p>Birth: 2 FEB 1818 in
Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States </p><p>Death: 6 FEB 1895 in Montgomery County,
Kentucky, United States</p><p>Change Date: 17 AUG 2001 </p><p>Burial: AFT. 6 FEB 1895
Machpelah Cemetery, Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States </p><p>Reference Number:
12347</p><p>Father: Thomas CALK I b: 7 APR 1784 in Boonesborough, Kentucky County,
Virginia, United States </p><p>Mother: Emily Elizabeth KEAS b: 10 APR 1792 in Fauquier County,
Virginia, United States</p><p>Marriage 1 Albert Gallaten S. C. PETERS b: 1814</p><p>Married: 12
MAY 1838 in Montgomery County, Kentucky, United States</p><p>Children</p><p> William
Thomas PETERS</p><p> Emma PETERS</p><p> Al PETERS</p><p> Frances PETERS</p><p>
Cloven PETERS</p><p> Belard PETERS</p><p> Elizabeth PETERS</p>Source: Harvey Bottoms

(4) William Calk116 was born on 20 May 1819 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. He died
on 7 Apr 1839 at the age of 19 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. <p>Gene Pool
Individaul Records</p><p>Note: ABBR Gene Pool Individaul Records</p><p>Page: William
Calk</p><p>Birth: 20 May 1819-- Montgomery, Mt Sterling, KY</p><p>Death: 7 April 1839 -- Mt
Sterling,Montgomery, KY</p><p>Spouse:</p><p>Parents: Thomas Calk, Elizabeth Keas Keys
</p>Source: Harvey Bottoms, FTW.

(5) Thomas Calk111 was born on 29 Jun 1820 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. He died
on 28 Dec 1900 at the age of 80 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA.

(6) Mary Elizabeth Calk117 was born on 28 Aug 1821 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA.
She died in 1887 at the age of 66.

(7) Emily Rebecca Calk118 was born on 13 May 1823 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA.
She died in 1900 at the age of 77.

(8) Isabella Calk119 was born on 8 Nov 1824 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. She died
in 1826 at the age of 2 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA.

(9) Isaac Franklin Patrick Henry Calk120 was born on 1 Aug 1826 in Mt Sterling, Montgomery,
Kentucky, USA. He died on 18 May 1897 at the age of 70 in Montgomery Co, KY. <p>Name: J.F.
PAT Isaih</p><p>Gene Pool Individaul Records</p><p>Note: ABBR Gene Pool Individaul
Records</p><p>Page: Isaac Frankin Patrick Henry Pat Calk</p><p>Birth: 1 August 1826--
Montgomery, Mt Sterling, KY</p><p>Death: 18 May 1897 -- Montgomery</p><p>Spouse: Henrietta
Peters</p>Parents: Thomas Calk, Elizabeth Keas Keys

ii. William Calk107 was born in 1786 in Virginia, USA. He died in 1853 at the age of 67.

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iii. Lydia Calk121 was born in 1772 in Virginia, USA. She died in 1835 at the age of 63.

iv. Tamer Calk122 was born on 7 Jun 1776 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. She died in 1866 at the age of
90.
Tamer Calk and John Orear were married on 23 May 1795 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. John
Orear123 was born on 12 Oct 1765 in Of Frederick, VA. He died on 25 Aug 1847 at the age of 81 in
Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. Tamer Calk and John Orear had the following children:

(1) Daniel Orear124 was born on 24 Apr 1796 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. He died on 11 Nov
1871 at the age of 75 in Camargo, Montgomery, Kentucky, USA.

(2) Jeremiah C. Orear125 was born on 18 Mar 1801 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. He died on 3
Oct 1875 at the age of 74 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA.

(3) Marguis (Marcus) Orear126 was born on 12 Sep 1803 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. He died
on 19 Aug 1870 at the age of 66 in Owen, Clark, Indiana, USA.

(4) Sophia Orear127 was born on 9 May 1798 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. She died.

(5) John Wesley Orear128 was born on 5 Jan 1817 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. He died on 31
Dec 1899 at the age of 82 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. He was christened in Did Not Marry.

(6) Joseph Catlett Orear129 was born on 9 Feb 1818 in Kentucky, USA. He died on 4 Jul 1900 at the
age of 82 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA.

(7) Newton Orear130 was born on 9 Nov 1810 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. He died in 1894 at
the age of 84 in Boone, Indiana, USA.

(8) James Orear131 was born on 13 Jun 1805 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. He died on 16 Dec
1882 at the age of 77 in Quincy, Indiana, USA.

(9) Nancy Orear132 was born on 10 Apr 1808 in Montgomery, Kentucky, USA. She was christened in
Probably To In.. She died.

v. Annie Ann Calk133–135 was born on 20 Jun 1764 in Prince William, Virginia, USA. She died on 13 Feb
1846 at the age of 81 in Boone Co., Missouri. She was buried in Boone Cnty Cemet.
Annie Ann Calk and William Orear were married on 27 Mar 1786 in Boonesborough, Madison Co., KY.
William Orear136–137 was born on 1 Dec 1761 in Prince William, Virginia, USA. He died on 30 Jun 1839
at the age of 77 in Boone Co., Missouri. He was buried in Columbia Cemetery, Boone Co., Missouri.
Annie Ann Calk and William Orear had the following children:

(1) Eliza C. O'Rear138 was born in 1806 in Kentucky, USA. She died.

(2) Enoch C. O'Rear139 was born in 1789 in Boonesborough, Fleming County, Kentucky. He died on
25 Aug 1848 at the age of 59 in Boone Co., Missouri.

vi. Elizabeth Calk140 was born in 1770 in Virginia, USA. She died.

vii. Nancy Calk141 was born in 1776 in Virginia, USA. She died in 1865 at the age of 89.

viii. Sarah "Sally" Calk142 was born in 1781 in Frederick, Virginia, USA. She died.

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b. James Calk143 was born on 5 Jul 1729 in Northumberland Co., Virginia. He died.
James Calk and were married. was born. She died. James Calk had the following children:

i. William Calk144 was born about 1765 in Prince William, Virginia, USA. He died about 1831 at the age
of 66.
William Calk and Nancy Presnell Langford were married. Nancy Presnell Langford145 died. She was
born.

ii. James "Jim" Calk146 was born about 1766 in Prince William, Virginia, USA. He died on 19 Apr 1825
at the age of 59 in Lexington Co., SC.
James "Jim" Calk and Susannah Jenkins were married in Lexington Co., SC?. Susannah Jenkins147–148
was born in 1780 in Lexington, Lexington, South Carolina, USA. She died in 1840 at the age of 60 in
Lexington, Lexington, South Carolina, USA. James "Jim" Calk and Susannah Jenkins had the following
children:

(1) Elizabeth Calk149 was born in 1798. She died.


Elizabeth Calk and William Gregory were married in Lexington, South Carolina, USA. William
Gregory150 died. He was born.

(2) Jane Rejoicia Calk151 was born in 1810. She died in 1880 at the age of 70 in Jackson Parish, LA.
Jane Rejoicia Calk and Uriah Frazier were married in Lexington Co., SC. Uriah Frazier152 died. He
was born.

(3) Susanna Calk153 was born in 1815. She died in 1859 at the age of 44 in Jackson Parish, LA.
Susanna Calk and Jacob Frazier were married in Lexington, South Carolina, USA. Jacob Frazier154
died. He was born.

(4) James Simpson Calk155 was born in 1818. He died.


James Simpson Calk and Marinda Kirkland were married in Henry, Alabama, USA. Marinda
Kirkland156 died. She was born.

(5) Sarah Ann G. Calk157 was born in 1810. She died in Probably AL/FL.

C. Peter Caulk158 was born in 1660 in New Castle, Delaware?. He died in 1727 at the age of 67 in Lostock, Talbot Co,
Maryland.
Peter Caulk and were married. died in 1710. She was born. Peter Caulk had the following children:

1. Mary Caulk was born in 1698. She died.

2. Peter Caulk was born in 1700. He died in 1756 at the age of 56.
Peter Caulk and Mary Sockwell were married. Mary Sockwell was born. She died. Peter Caulk and Mary Sockwell
had the following children:

a. Mary Caulk was born. She died.

b. John Caulk was born. He died.

c. Henry Caulk was born. He died.

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d. Dawson Caulk was born. He died.

e. Daniel Caulk was born. He died.

3. John Caulk was born in 1704. He died.

4. Lawrence Caulk was born in 1709 in 1772. He died.


Lawrence Caulk and Mary Camper were married. Mary Camper was born. She died. Lawrence Caulk and Mary
Camper had the following children:

a. John Caulk was born. He died.

b. Elizabeth Caulk was born. She died.

c. Peter Caulk was born. He died.


Peter Caulk and Sarah Cartwright were married. Sarah Cartwright159 died in 1738 in Lostock, Talbot Co., Maryland.
She was born. Peter Caulk and Sarah Cartwright had the following children:

1. Sarah Caulk160 was born in 1714 in Lostock, Talbot Co, Maryland. She died.
Sarah Caulk and Bartholomew Roberts were married. Bartholomew Roberts161 was born. He died.

2. Alice Caulk162 was born in 1716. She died.


Alice Caulk and Edward Collison were married. Edward Collison163 was born. He died.

3. James Caulk104 was born in 1718 in Lostock, Talbot Co, Maryland. He died in 1782 at the age of 64 in Lewis
Plantation, Talbot Co., Maryland.

4. Francis Caulk164 was born in 1722 in Lostock, Talbot Co, Maryland. He died in 1745 at the age of 23 in
Lostock, Talbot Co, Maryland.

5. Charles Cartwright Caulk165 was born in 1723 in Lostock, Talbot Co, Maryland. He died in 1742 at the age of
19 in Lostock, Talbot Co, Maryland.

D. Jacob Caulk166 was born in 1664 in World's End Plantation, Cecil Co., Maryland. He died on 11 Feb 1724 at the age
of 60 in Cecil Co., Maryland. He was a Shoe Maker. Jacob Caulk, the youngest son, became a shoemaker in Cecil
County. On 7 February 1713/4 he married Sarah Joce, widow of Thomas Joce of Kent County, MD, and mother of three
children. Later, Jacob married Mary Freeman, daughter of William Freeman of Cecil County. They had two children:
Elizabeth, born 23 November 1716, and William, born 11 February 1723/4. The will of Jacob Caulk, who died 11
February 1724/5, left his entire estate to his widow Mary during her widowhood, but if she remarried, his estate was to
be divided between Elizabeth and William. His widow married Thomas Ward in 1729. No later trace has been found of
the two children.
Jacob Caulk and Sarah Joce were married. Sarah Joce was born. She died.
Jacob Caulk and Mary Freeman were married. Mary Freeman167 was born in Cecil Co., Maryland. She died. Jacob
Caulk and Mary Freeman had the following children:

1. Elizabeth Caulk168 was born on 23 Nov 1716 in Cecil Co., Maryland. She died.

2. William Caulk169 was born on 11 Feb 1723 in Cecil Co., Maryland. He died.

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Preparer:

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1. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Olof [Oliver] Isgra\Matthiasson\Caulk.


2. Ibid.
3. Ibid.
4. GEDCOM file submitted by merged names from first try, mgcaulk65583@@yahoo.com. Imported on 26 May 2010.
5. Ancestry.com, Public Member Trees (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date:
2006;), Database online.
6. <unknown> DAVE5813, DAVE5813 Web Site, William Caulk.
7. Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA;), Database online.
8. Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp., Virginia Census, 1607-1890 (Name: The Generations
Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 1999;), Database online.
9. <unknown> DAVE5813, DAVE5813 Web Site, Jacob Caulk.
10. Rhonda Heeter, Heeter Web Site, Jacob Caulk.
11. Ancestry.com, 1840 United States Federal Census (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2004;), Database online. , Madison, Alabama, roll 13, page 146.
12. <unknown> DAVE5813, DAVE5813 Web Site, Abigail Patterson.
13. Rhonda Heeter, Heeter Web Site, Abigail Patterson [Caulk].
14. <unknown> DAVE5813, DAVE5813 Web Site, James Patterson Caulk.
15. <unknown> DAVE5813, DAVE5813 Web Site, Sarah Powers.
16. Ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2004;), Database online. Bonhomme, St Louis, Missouri, post office Fenton, roll M653_656, page 0, image 44.
17. <unknown> DAVE5813, DAVE5813 Web Site, Allen Monroe Caulk.
18. Ancestry.com, Nebraska State Census, 1885 (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA;
Date: 2002;), Database online.
19. Ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2004;), Database online. Township 7 N Range 5 W, Montgomery, Illinois, post office Walshville, roll
M653_214, page 157, image 158.
20. Ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2004;), Database online. Apple River, Jo Daviess, Illinois, post office Scales Mound, roll M653_189, page 738,
image 422.
21. Ancestry.com, 1870 United States Federal Census (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2003;), Database online. Nokomis, Montgomery, Illinois, post office Nokomis, roll 262, page 247, image 499.
22. Ancestry.com, 1910 United States Federal Census (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2006;), Database online. Rountree, Montgomery, Illinois, ED , roll T624_313, part , page .
23. Ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2004;), Database online. Township 10 N Range 3 W, Montgomery, Illinois, post office Irving, roll M653_214,
page 302, image 303.
24. Ancestry.com, World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location:
Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2005;), Database online. Roll 1614365, DraftBoard 0.
25. Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA;
Date: 2009;), Database online.
26. Ancestry.com, 1900 United States Federal Census (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2004;), Database online. Rountree, Montgomery, Illinois, ED , roll , page .
27. Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2002;), Database online. Morrisonville, Christian, Illinois, ED 25, roll 411, page , image 204.0.
28. Michigan Department of Vital and Health Records, Michigan Deaths, 1971-1996 (Name: The Generations Network,
Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 1998;), Database online.

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29. Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2002;), Database online. Witt, Montgomery, Illinois, ED 49, roll 544, page , image 1048.0.
30. Ancestry.com, Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002 (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2007;), Database online.
31. Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 (Name: The
Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2006;), Database online.
32. Ancestry.com, California Death Index, 1940-1997 (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT,
USA; Date: 2000;), Database online.
33. Ancestry.com, California Passenger and Crew Lists, 1893-1957 (Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location:
Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2008;), Database online.
34. Rhonda Heeter, Heeter Web Site, Cora Jane Caulk.
35. Rhonda Heeter, Heeter Web Site, Casper William Altevogt.
36. Rhonda Heeter, Heeter Web Site, Wilma Emaline.
37. Rhonda Heeter, Heeter Web Site, Robert Lynn Barker.
38. compiled by connie edwards, "connie edwards gencom," supplied by edwards.
39. Clifford Mann, my mann family Web Site, Elbert Harrison Caulk.
40. Clifford Mann, my mann family Web Site, Effie Glenn.
41. Teresa Lynn Truax, Truax Web Site, Evelyn K. Caulk.
42. Teresa Lynn Truax, Truax Web Site, Joel Edwin Young.
43. Clifford Mann, my mann family Web Site, Lloyd L Caulk.
44. Clifford Mann, my mann family Web Site, Lucille B Caulk.
45. Clifford Mann, my mann family Web Site, Mildred H Caulk.
46. Clifford Mann, my mann family Web Site, Robert Louis Caulk.
47. Beverly Simpson, Coleman Web Site, Rose M. Coleman.
48. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Thomas Franklin Caulk.
49. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Elizabeth Ann Mollett.
50. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Raymond Cecil Caulk.
51. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Lorene Edna Caulk.
52. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Rhoda Bernice Caulk.
53. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Delmar Caulk.
54. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Ruby Violetta Caulk.
55. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Orville Abraham Caulk.
56. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Chalmer Loyd Caulk.
57. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Eva Anna Caulk.
58. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Leo Thomas Caulk.
59. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, Iva Irene Caulk.
60. Joyce Witt, Witt Web Site, [Private] Thiems.
61. David Rauschkolb, Rauschkolb Web Site, Mildred Lucile Hattox.
62. James Umbarger Jr., Jr. Web Site, Jacob Harry Caulk.
63. James Umbarger Jr., Jr. Web Site, Daisy Matilda Harbaugh.
64. James Umbarger Jr., Jr. Web Site, Nealie Faye Caulk.
65. James Umbarger Jr., Jr. Web Site, [Private] Hubbard.
66. James Umbarger Jr., Jr. Web Site, Beaulah Viola Caulk.

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67. James Umbarger Jr., Jr. Web Site, Clarence Nathan Caulk.
68. James Umbarger Jr., Jr. Web Site, Laura May Caulk.
69. James Umbarger Jr., Jr. Web Site, Ralph Merle Caulk.
70. Steve Rowe, Rowe Web Site, Mary Isabella 'Belle' Cruthis.
71. steven travis, Travis from Travisville IN, Hazel E. Caulk.
72. steven travis, Travis from Travisville IN, Frederick "Fred" Ice.
73. Linda Peters, Peters Web Site, Martha P Duncan.
74. <unknown> DAVE5813, DAVE5813 Web Site, Mary Abigail Caulk.
75. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Narcissa Christianna Caulk.
76. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Abraham Kuykendall.
77. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, [Private] Kuykendall.
78. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Francis Marion Kuykendall.
79. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Clarcy Isabella Holbrook.
80. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Anna Melissa Kuykendall.
81. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Martha Kuykendall.
82. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Sadie Arvilla Kuykendall.
83. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Bertha C. Kuykendall.
84. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Leona Ester Kuykendall.
85. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Laura Isabelle Kuykendall.
86. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, Pearl Burdella Kuykendall.
87. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, John W. Kuykendall.
88. Jackie Riggs, Riggs and Gold Family Web Site, James J. Kuykendall.
89. Jim Shy, Shy-Wohlgemuth Web Site, George Milton Henderson.
90. Jim Shy, Shy-Wohlgemuth Web Site, Mary May Davis.
91. Jim Shy, Shy-Wohlgemuth Web Site, Roy Wilmington Henderson.
92. Jim Shy, Shy-Wohlgemuth Web Site, Loy Wesley Henderson.
93. Jim Shy, Shy-Wohlgemuth Web Site, [Private] Heinrichson.
94. Jim Shy, Shy-Wohlgemuth Web Site, Zella May Henderson.
95. Jim Shy, Shy-Wohlgemuth Web Site, J. Claud Shy.
96. Jim Shy, Shy-Wohlgemuth Web Site, James Claude Shy.
97. Jim Shy, Shy-Wohlgemuth Web Site, George Milton Shy.
98. Jim Shy, Shy-Wohlgemuth Web Site, J. Leo Evett.
99. <unknown> DAVE5813, DAVE5813 Web Site, Benjamin Franklin Caulk.
100. <unknown> DAVE5813, DAVE5813 Web Site, Martha Caulk.
101. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, James Caulk.
102. Ibid.
103. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Sarah Allum.
104. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, James Caulk.
105. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Eleanor.
106. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, William Caulk\Calk.
107. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, William Calk.
108. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Sarah Elizabeth Catlett.

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109. Theresa Boyce Hutchins, CharlesEugeneBoyce9-1-1924 Web Site, Sara E. Catlett.


110. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Thomas Calk.
111. Mike Bottoms, Bottoms Web Site, Thomas Calk.
112. Mike Bottoms, Bottoms Web Site, Emily Elizabeth Keas.
113. Mike Bottoms, Bottoms Web Site, Nancy Calk.
114. Mike Bottoms, Bottoms Web Site, Arabella Calk.
115. Mike Bottoms, Bottoms Web Site, Sarah Ann Calk.
116. Mike Bottoms, Bottoms Web Site, William Calk.
117. Mike Bottoms, Bottoms Web Site, Mary Elizabeth Calk.
118. Mike Bottoms, Bottoms Web Site, Emily Rebecca Calk.
119. Mike Bottoms, Bottoms Web Site, Isabella Calk.
120. Mike Bottoms, Bottoms Web Site, Isaac Franklin Patrick Henry Calk.
121. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Lydia Calk.
122. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Tamer Calk.
123. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, John Orear.
124. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Daniel Orear.
125. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Jeremiah C. Orear.
126. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Marguis (Marcus) Orear.
127. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Sophia Orear.
128. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, John Wesley Orear.
129. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Joseph Catlett Orear.
130. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Newton Orear.
131. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, James Orear.
132. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Nancy Orear.
133. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Annie Calk.
134. Byron C. Howes, Howes Web Site, Ann Calk.
135. Theresa Boyce Hutchins, CharlesEugeneBoyce9-1-1924 Web Site, Ann T Calk.
136. Byron C. Howes, Howes Web Site, William Orear.
137. Theresa Boyce Hutchins, CharlesEugeneBoyce9-1-1924 Web Site, Col. William O'Rear.
138. Theresa Boyce Hutchins, CharlesEugeneBoyce9-1-1924 Web Site, Eliza C. O'Rear.
139. Theresa Boyce Hutchins, CharlesEugeneBoyce9-1-1924 Web Site, Enoch C. O'Rear.
140. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Elizabeth Calk.
141. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Nancy Calk.
142. Monica Judge, Judge Web Site, Sarah "Sally" Calk.
143. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, James Caulk\Calk.
144. John Houston, Houston Web Site, William Calk.
145. John Houston, Houston Web Site, Nancy Presnell Langford [Calk].
146. John Houston, Houston Web Site, James "Jim" Calk.
147. Daryll Wayne Keeling, Keeling Web Site, Susan Susannah Susan\Susannah Jenkins? [Calk].
148. John Houston, Houston Web Site, Susan\Susannah Jenkins? [Calk].
149. Daryll Wayne Keeling, Keeling Web Site, Elizabeth Calk.
150. John Houston, Houston Web Site, William Gregory.

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151. Daryll Wayne Keeling, Keeling Web Site, Jane Rejoicia Calk.
152. John Houston, Houston Web Site, Uriah Frazier.
153. Daryll Wayne Keeling, Keeling Web Site, Susanna Calk.
154. John Houston, Houston Web Site, Jacob Frazier.
155. Daryll Wayne Keeling, Keeling Web Site, James Simpson Calk.
156. John Houston, Houston Web Site, Marinda Kirkland [Calk].
157. Daryll Wayne Keeling, Keeling Web Site, Sarah Ann G. Calk.
158. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Peter Caulk.
159. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Sarah Cartwright.
160. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Sarah Caulk.
161. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Bartholomew Roberts.
162. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Alice Caulk.
163. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Edward Collison.
164. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Francis Caulk.
165. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Charles Cartwright Caulk.
166. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Jacob Caulk.
167. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Mary Freeman.
168. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, Elizabeth Caulk.
169. Cheryl Myers, Cheryl Web Site, William Caulk.

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<NO SURNAME> Arabella (b. 1833) . . . 57
. . . 25, 34, 36, 49, 51–52, 59 Elizabeth (b. 1770) . . . 58
"BENNY" . . . 17 Elizabeth (b. 1798) . . . 59
Anna . . . 5 Emily Rebecca (b. 1823) . . . 57
Effie Trussell . . . 19 Isaac Franklin Patrick Henry (b. 1826) . . . 57
Letha . . . 40 Isabella (b. 1824) . . . 57
Mary . . . 45 James "Jim" (b. 1766) . . . 59
Matilda . . . 49 James (b. 1729) . . . 59
Temperance . . . 5 James Simpson (b. 1818) . . . 59
ALEXANDER Jane Rejoicia (b. 1810) . . . 59
Dorothy Mae (b. 1926) . . . 20 Lydia (b. 1772) . . . 58
ALLUM Mary Elizabeth (b. 1821) . . . 57
Sarah . . . 53 Nancy (b. 1776) . . . 58
ALSPAUGH Nancy (b. 1829) . . . 57
Arthur . . . 20 Sarah "Sally" (b. 1781) . . . 58
ALTEVOGT Sarah Ann (b. 1818) . . . 57
Casper William (b. 1882) . . . 14 Sarah Ann G. (b. 1810) . . . 59
Cecil (b. 1921) . . . 15 Susanna (b. 1815) . . . 59
Clarence Earl "Lum" (b. 1913) . . . 15 Tamer (b. 1776) . . . 58
Frederick . . . 15 Thomas (b. 1784) . . . 56
Grace (b. 1912) . . . 15 Thomas (b. 1820) . . . 57
Lawrence "Jist" (b. 1924) . . . 15 William (b. 1740) . . . 53
Lidia Almira (b. 1911) . . . 15 William (b. 1765) . . . 59
Minnie Louise (b. 1927) . . . 15 William (b. 1786) . . . 57
Russell "Rat" (b. 1916) . . . 15 William (b. 1819) . . . 57
Walter "Woody" (b. 1921) . . . 15 CAMPBELL
Wilma Emaline (b. 1919) . . . 14 Meddie Louise (b. 1916) . . . 13
ANDRENSON CAMPER
Mary Joann . . . 17 Mary . . . 60
ANSTINE CARLISLE
Gale Bruce (b. 1934) . . . 41 Amelia Grace (b. 1921) . . . 13
Reed Keller (b. 1897) . . . 41 CARLOCK
BAILEY Alta May (b. 1892) . . . 15
Gladys Helen . . . 40 Carl Edwin (b. 1915) . . . 17
BARKER Claude Jefferson (b. 1918) . . . 17
Robert Lynn (b. 1909) . . . 14 Darlene Jeannette (b. 1937) . . . 18
BASSETT Donald Lee (b. 1932) . . . 18
Ira Clell (b. 1909) . . . 34 Ellen Rosezella (b. 1930) . . . 18
BEATY Herbert Dale (b. 1929) . . . 18
Paul (b. 1907) . . . 16 Levi Jefferson (b. 1851) . . . 17
BILYEU Louie (b. 1886) . . . 18
John Wesley (b. 1897) . . . 34 Pauline Louise (b. 1920) . . . 17
BIRD CARTWRIGHT
. . . 40 Sarah . . . 60
BLEVINS CASSIDY
Minnie . . . 35 Rose Ann . . . 17
BRODERICK CATLETT
Andrew J . . . 46 Sarah Elizabeth (b. 1744) . . . 56
BROOKS CAULK
MARTIN . . . 17 A. M. . . . 42
BROWN A. W. . . . 42
Hazel . . . 17 Abraham Francis (b. 1850) . . . 24
Phoebe . . . 52 Ada Nancy (b. 1888) . . . 40
CALK Addie (b. 1859) . . . 36
Annie Ann (b. 1764) . . . 58 Alexander Wesley (b. 1843) . . . 42

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Alice (b. 1716) . . . 60 Harry Hiram (b. 1886) . . . 42
Alice Mendora (b. 1867) . . . 18 Harry Hiram (b. 1938) . . . 42
Allen Monroe (b. 1831) . . . 9 Hazel Ellen (b. 1904) . . . 41
Alpha (b. 1888) . . . 19 Helen Gladys (b. 1910) . . . 41
Arthur Carey . . . 30 Henry . . . 20, 59
Arthur Monroe (b. 1873) . . . 20 Henry Chester (b. 1881) . . . 21
Benjamin . . . 52 Ida Elizabeth (b. 1877) . . . 31
Benjamin Franklin (b. 1822) . . . 51 Ida Lucille (b. 1911) . . . 34
Bernice Fay (b. 1920) . . . 37 Ilene Blanche (b. 1920) . . . 13
Bertha Lavina (b. 1885) . . . 21 Infant . . . 42
Betty June (b. 1931) . . . 16 Isaac (b. 1658) . . . 5
Beulah (b. 1898) . . . 31 Isaac (b. 1693) . . . 5
Beulah Viola Beaulah (b. 1898) . . . 36 Issac . . . 52
Blanche "Black" (b. 1872) . . . 45 Iva (b. 1896) . . . 31
Cecil G (b. 1902) . . . 41 Iva Irene (b. 1914) . . . 34
Chalmer Loyd (b. 1910) . . . 33 Jacob (b. 1664) . . . 60
Charles Cartwright (b. 1723) . . . 60 Jacob (b. 1702) . . . 53
Charles Earnest (b. 1912) . . . 31 Jacob (b. 1755) . . . 5
Clara Cenoria (b. 1894) . . . 17 Jacob Harry (b. 1841) . . . 43
Clarence Nathan (b. 1891) . . . 36 Jacob Harry (b. 1862) . . . 36
Cleda (b. 1902) . . . 35 James (b. 1662) . . . 53
Cora Jane (b. 1886) . . . 14 James (b. 1700) . . . 53
Daniel . . . 60 James (b. 1718) . . . 60
Dawson . . . 60 James Franklin (b. 1852) . . . 37
Delmar (b. 1923) . . . 33 James H (b. 1874) . . . 36
Dorothy (b. 1921) . . . 20 James N. (b. 1874) . . . 34
Edith Velma (b. 1911) . . . 15 James N. (b. 1877) . . . 31
Edna Pearl (b. 1886) . . . 21 James Nathaniel (b. 1825) . . . 21
Edwin Gerald (b. 1918) . . . 12 James Patterson (b. 1794) . . . 6
Eifel Irene (b. 1903) . . . 41 James Wesley (b. 1889) . . . 40
Elbert Harrison (b. 1890) . . . 24 Jasper Lee (b. 1889) . . . 11
Eli Washington (b. 1887) . . . 15 Jesse William (b. 1886) . . . 40
Elizabeth . . . 60 John . . . 52, 59–60
Elizabeth (b. 1716) . . . 60 John (b. 1704) . . . 60
Elmer Wesley (b. 1891) . . . 18 John (b. 1861) . . . 39
Elva (b. 1896) . . . 31 John Albert (b. 1869) . . . 19
Emma Iona (b. 1884) . . . 38 John Lafayette (b. 1842) . . . 46
Estelle (b. 1877) . . . 45 John Perry (b. 1869) . . . 35
Ethel Mae (b. 1913) . . . 16 Laura May (b. 1893) . . . 36
Eugene (b. 1927) . . . 25 Lawrence (b. 1709) . . . 60
Eunice Virginia (b. 1915) . . . 13 Lawrence A (b. 1899) . . . 31
Eury Evan (b. 1896) . . . 37 Leo Franklin (b. 1904) . . . 34
Eva Anna (b. 1906) . . . 34 Lester Eugene (b. 1925) . . . 16
Evelyn Katherine (b. 1936) . . . 25 Levi William (b. 1922) . . . 16
Everett Junior (b. 1929) . . . 16 Lillie Elizabeth Cora Jane (b. 1877) . . . 20
Fay L (b. 1888) . . . 39 Lloyd L (b. 1922) . . . 25
Floy D (b. 1893) . . . 39 Lorene Edna (b. 1920) . . . 33
Floyd Lavern (b. 1917) . . . 38 Louise Edna (b. 1897) . . . 40
Francis (b. 1722) . . . 60 Lucille (b. 1915) . . . 25
Freda Ann (b. 1925) . . . 17 Mable (b. 1896) . . . 35
George (b. 1905) . . . 35 Madison Monroe (b. 1857) . . . 39
George Washington (b. 1855) . . . 10 Margaret Jeannie (b. 1929) . . . 25
Grace Elwood (b. 1893) . . . 30 Margary Lucile (b. 1922) . . . 38
Hardena Sofrony (b. 1839) . . . 43 Marie (b. 1898) . . . 42
Harold Floyd (b. 1916) . . . 11 Martha (b. 1823) . . . 51

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Mary . . . 42, 52, 59 Viola . . . 19
Mary (b. 1696) . . . 52 Warren Edward (b. 1918) . . . 16
Mary (b. 1698) . . . 59 Wayne Walker (b. 1914) . . . 36
Mary Abigail (b. 1836) . . . 46 Wilard . . . 30
Mary Catherine (b. 1885) . . . 16 William (b. 1723) . . . 60
Mary Louise (b. 1921) . . . 38 William (b. 1738) . . . 5
Mary Mamie Isabelle (b. 1893) . . . 39 William B Birdie (b. 1877) . . . 32
Maude R (b. 1894) . . . 35 William Francis (b. 1901) . . . 35
Max Albert (b. 1923) . . . 20 William Henderson (b. 1820) . . . 45
Melvin . . . 25 William Henry "Uncle Doc" Dr (b. 1855) . . . 41
Merlin Evan (b. 1918) . . . 38 CLARK
Mildred Evelyn (b. 1949) . . . 14 Frank . . . 20
Mildred Helen (b. 1924) . . . 25 Osa (b. 1876) . . . 35
Minnie May (b. 1880) . . . 32 COLEMAN
Narcissa Christianna (b. 1828) . . . 46 Rosa Rose (b. 1876) . . . 31
Nealia Fay (b. 1895) . . . 36 COLLISON
Novella (b. 1913) . . . 25 Edward . . . 60
Oda Floyd (b. 1892) . . . 17 COMPTON
Oliver . . . 52 Ruth . . . 35
Oliver (b. 1692) . . . 52 CRAIG
Oliver (Olle Matthiasson) (Olof Isgrå) (b. 1638) . . . Charlotta . . . 46
1 Mary A. (b. 1825) . . . 23
Opal Irene (b. 1925) . . . 37 CRICTCHER
Orville Abraham (b. 1908) . . . 33 Gladys . . . 19
Ota F (b. 1886) . . . 39 CROFT
Patric Miles (b. 1929) . . . 17 . . . 18
Paul Allen (b. 1905) . . . 41 HOPE . . . 18
Peter . . . 60 William Teeter . . . 18
Peter (b. 1660) . . . 59 CRUTHIS
Peter (b. 1700) . . . 59 Mary Isabelle-Belle (b. 1860) . . . 37
Porter Carey (b. 1890) . . . 39 DAVIDSON
Ralph Frederick (b. 1895) . . . 40 Minnie Lavici (b. 1894) . . . 42
Ralph Merle (b. 1909) . . . 36 DAVIS
Raymond Cecil (b. 1918) . . . 33 Elizabeth (b. 1852) . . . 42
Rhoda Bernice (b. 1921) . . . 33 Mary May (b. 1870) . . . 50
Robert Louis (b. 1927) . . . 25 DIETRICH
Rosie Marie (b. 1946) . . . 14 Eleanor . . . 51
Roy (b. 1892) . . . 20 DOVE
Ruby Violetta (b. 1927) . . . 33 Louis (b. 1894) . . . 32
Ruth L. . . . 41 DUNCAN
Sarah . . . 52 Martha P . . . 46
Sarah (b. 1699) . . . 52 DUNLAP
Sarah (b. 1714) . . . 60 David L (b. 1918) . . . 37
Sarah Catherine (b. 1920) . . . 16 EDWARDS
Sarah Jane (b. 1829) . . . 47 Roy Rosco (b. 1890) . . . 30
Sarah Susanna (b. 1879) . . . 20 ELWOOD
Selana A.C (b. 1847) . . . 46 Charles H . . . 21
Sidney . . . 19 EMBREE
Stella (b. 1912) . . . 30 Will . . . 20
Telitha Rosetta (b. 1875) . . . 20 EVANS
Theodosia Abigail (b. 1871) . . . 20 . . . 40
Thomas Franklin (b. 1886) . . . 32 EVERETT
Tysein "Tippie" (b. 1868) . . . 43 Bert . . . 17
Velma G (b. 1904) . . . 31 EVETT
Victor (b. 1886) . . . 42 J. Leo . . . 51

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FILE Charles Daniel (b. 1847) . . . 48
Dora E. (b. 1874) . . . 30 Cinica Mary Jane (b. 1846) . . . 49
FINCH Daniel Wilmington (b. 1821) . . . 47
Mary . . . 5 Edward Sidney (b. 1865) . . . 49
FINKE Everette C (b. 1875) . . . 48
Pearl . . . 32 Everette Chester . . . 49
FOGLE Everette Lee (b. 1896) . . . 48
Esther Vernon (b. 1896) . . . 11 Frank Lynn (b. 1897) . . . 51
FORBES George Milton (b. 1870) . . . 49
Lloyd Sr (b. 1922) . . . 14 George Rulon (b. 1902) . . . 51
FRAZIER Handena Luisa (b. 1869) . . . 49
Jacob . . . 59 I. M. (b. 1839) . . . 52
Uriah . . . 59 James David (b. 1851) . . . 49
FREEMAN Jesse Cabin (b. 1850) . . . 49
Mary . . . 60 John Nathaniel (b. 1854) . . . 49
FREY Josephus (b. 1845) . . . 52
Frank (b. 1899) . . . 31 Katherine . . . 49
GAFFNER Leslie . . . 49
Walter E . . . 34 Loy Wesley (b. 1892) . . . 50
GALE Margaret . . . 51
Julia Edith (b. 1868) . . . 41 Margaret Anne "Mickey" . . . 51
GASTON Martha Bell (b. 1872) . . . 49
. . . 40 Mary Nettie (b. 1868) . . . 48
GIBSON Richard Moore (b. 1924) . . . 49
Harry . . . 40 Roy Wilmington (b. 1892) . . . 50
GLENN S. W. (b. 1850) . . . 52
Effie (b. 1894) . . . 24 Sarah . . . 52
GREEN Sarah Ann Elizabeth (b. 1856) . . . 48
Gordon (b. 1920) . . . 33 Theodosia Sophia (b. 1858) . . . 49
GREGORY William Carroll (b. 1817) . . . 52
William . . . 59 Willis Andrew Jackson (b. 1853) . . . 49
GRITZ Zella May (b. 1894) . . . 50
Franklin . . . 20 HICKMAN
GROBOU Patricia (b. 1921) . . . 38
June . . . 17 HIMES
HAILE . . . 25
Julia L (b. 1908) . . . 41 HIND/HINES
HALLER Ed Hines/ . . . 20
WINIFRED . . . 19 HOLBROOK
HARBAUGH Clarcy Isabella (b. 1860) . . . 47
Daisy Marhilda Matilda (b. 1861) . . . 36 Clarissa Isabel . . . 47
HATTOX HOLCMAN
Mildred Lucille (b. 1913) . . . 36 Marie Regina (b. 1907) . . . 33
HEDGES HUBBARD
Lawrence Richard (b. 1919) . . . 19 . . . 36
Phyllis (b. 1919) . . . 19 HUBER
Ralph Wendell (b. 1914) . . . 19 Lillian Tipsword (b. 1923) . . . 33
Richard Gladwin (b. 1885) . . . 19 HUEKE
HEINRICHSON Melvin Willford . . . 42
Elise Marie . . . 50 ICE
HELLER Frederick "Fred" (b. 1887) . . . 41
Gertie (b. 1904) . . . 34 JACKSON
HENDERSON Lovey Leona . . . 14
Bernice Annette (b. 1905) . . . 51 JARMAN
Bruce . . . 49 Earl Melvin (b. 1926) . . . 25

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JENKINS Loretta (b. 1910) . . . 38
Susannah (b. 1780) . . . 59 Myron (b. 1908) . . . 38
JOCE LOVE
Sarah . . . 60 Nathan O (b. 1915) . . . 19
JOHNSON MAGO
Ben William (b. 1913) . . . 16 William . . . 35
JONES MATHIAS
Cansada (b. 1842) . . . 18 Lila Viola (b. 1925) . . . 16
Rose (b. 1891) . . . 20 MAYBERRY
JOYCE William Eugene (b. 1916) . . . 16
Ray Bost (b. 1907) . . . 17 MCCULLEY
KEAS Elmer Hampton (b. 1883) . . . 16
Emily Elizabeth (b. 1792) . . . 56 Erma Louise (b. 1916) . . . 16
KEITHLEY Everett Lester (b. 1909) . . . 17
DORA MAE . . . 19 Glayds Evenlyn (b. 1907) . . . 17
KENNARD MCKEAN
John . . . 52 Arthur Liston (b. 1895) . . . 32
KESSINGER C. Elbert (b. 1907) . . . 32
Inez . . . 32 Oscar P (b. 1894) . . . 32
KINDER R. Jane (b. 1909) . . . 32
Margaret Amanda . . . 38 Rosa Irene (b. 1897) . . . 32
KINSMAN Thomas (b. 1871) . . . 32
Anna Marie . . . 38 Willard R (b. 1903) . . . 32
KIRKLAND MCLEAN
Marinda . . . 59 Hattie Pearl . . . 37
KIRKPATRICK MCREAKEN
Bina L (b. 1869) . . . 19 Geneva (b. 1903) . . . 35
KOPP Willard . . . 35
. . . 40 MEYERS
KUYKENDAHL Julius (b. 1905) . . . 32
Abraham (b. 1862) . . . 47 MILLER
Francis Marion . . . 47 Henry . . . 15
James (b. 1820) . . . 46 Louis . . . 31
John W. (b. 1860) . . . 47 MITCHELL
Mary (b. 1855) . . . 47 Martha . . . 52
KUYKENDALL MOLLETT
Anna Melissa (b. 1899) . . . 47 Elizabeth Ann (b. 1886) . . . 33
Bertha C. (b. 1884) . . . 47 MOORE
James J. (b. 1865) . . . 47 Katherine Evelyn . . . 48
Laura Isabelle (b. 1886) . . . 47 MORRIS
Leona Ester (b. 1892) . . . 47 George . . . 43
Martha (b. 1882) . . . 47 MOSS
Pearl Burdella (b. 1889) . . . 47 Charlotte E. . . . 43
Sadie Arvilla (b. 1901) . . . 47 Hannah Jane (b. 1849) . . . 24
LANDOLT MUNTON
Manuel Edward (b. 1907) . . . 33 Zoey (b. 1910) . . . 32
Verna Theresa (b. 1921) . . . 33 MYERS
LANGFORD Anna Freda . . . 48
Nancy Presnell . . . 59 NOYES
LAYMAN Robert (b. 1935) . . . 14
Olive Belle . . . 48 NUSSMAN
LONG Harriet Catherine (b. 1859) . . . 10
. . . 32 OREAR
Hettie (b. 1906) . . . 38 Daniel (b. 1796) . . . 58
John (b. 1880) . . . 38 James (b. 1805) . . . 58

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Jeremiah C. (b. 1801) . . . 58 Mary Ann (b. 1836) . . . 43
John (b. 1765) . . . 58 RUTH
John Wesley (b. 1817) . . . 58 Minnie . . . 18
Joseph Catlett (b. 1818) . . . 58 SACKETT
Marguis (Marcus) (b. 1803) . . . 58 Rachael (b. 1832) . . . 9
Nancy (b. 1808) . . . 58 SCHUMACHER
Newton (b. 1810) . . . 58 Arnold Charles (b. 1916) . . . 38
Sophia (b. 1798) . . . 58 SCHWARTZ
William (b. 1761) . . . 58 Freda Marie (b. 1916) . . . 12
O'REAR SHY
Eliza C. (b. 1806) . . . 58 George Milton (b. 1919) . . . 51
Enoch C. (b. 1789) . . . 58 J. Claud . . . 50
OTTINO James Claude (b. 1918) . . . 50
Louis F (b. 1911) . . . 34 SMALES
PATTERSON Harry Mathis (b. 1880) . . . 48
Abigail (b. 1752) . . . 6 Ray Edwin (b. 1881) . . . 48
PLAPPERT Theodosia Olive (b. 1878) . . . 48
Wilma Arlene (b. 1933) . . . 30 Thomas Creed . . . 48
POLAND William Thomas (b. 1876) . . . 48
Della Mae (b. 1932) . . . 40 SMITH
Leslie Ray . . . 40 Sarah . . . 43
Nancy Jo (b. 1934) . . . 40 SOCKWELL
Oleatha Elizabeth (b. 1929) . . . 40 Mary . . . 59
Phyllis Ann (b. 1936) . . . 40 STEPHENS
Ross Eldon (b. 1925) . . . 40 Ann Alice . . . 51
Ward Kenneth (b. 1922) . . . 40 Horace W (b. 1927) . . . 51
Wayne Leslie (b. 1919) . . . 40 William George . . . 51
POWERS STOCKEN
Sarah June (b. 1802) . . . 8 Rosemary . . . 18
PRICE STORZ
Wilmer (b. 1909) . . . 30 Adolph Custer . . . 48
PUGH Madeline Carrie (b. 1897) . . . 48
Donald George . . . 18 Odowin Theodolf (b. 1899) . . . 48
RAMERIZ TETTERS
Eugene (b. 1921) . . . 25 Belle . . . 21
REDELL THIEMS
Dale . . . 25 Herbert George (b. 1913) . . . 34
REED THOMPSON
Charley Edward (b. 1885) . . . 39 Myrtle . . . 20
Esther Ellen (b. 1911) . . . 40 TOUREENE
RILEY Fred . . . 31
Charles . . . 16 TRIBBLES
Milton . . . 36 Eleanor . . . 53
ROBERTS TRUEX
Bartholomew . . . 60 Virginia (b. 1918) . . . 25
ROBERTSON WEST
Charles . . . 35 Mary Jane-Jennie . . . 42
ROGERS WILSON
John Wesley Davis . . . 48 George . . . 52
ROOT WOODS
Frank . . . 15 Anna . . . 31
Verna Mae (b. 1906) . . . 15 YONALLY
ROSENBERG Mary (b. 1865) . . . 39
Louis . . . 48 YOUNG
ROSS Joel Edwin (b. 1933) . . . 25

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1772 . . . 60 Nr Staunton . . . 51
23 Sep 1924 . . . 34 Reno . . . 21
Ar Montgomery
Benton Kirkland Cem. . . . 6
Rogers . . . 47–48 Kirkland Cemeter . . . 8
Rogers Cem . . . 47 IL
AR Bond
Benton Reno . . . 37
Decatur . . . 21 Sunnyside Cem . . . 24
Bapt Cem Sunnyside Cem. . . . 38
IL Tamalco . . . 32
Montgomery Fayette
Walshville . . . 23 Hurricane . . . 17
Bond Co. Illinois Macoupin . . . 43
Sorento . . . 47 MT Olive . . . 41
Bond County IL Shoal Creek 209/222 . . . 24 Montgomery . . . 15–16, 48–49
Boone Cnty Cemet . . . 58 Litchfield . . . 18
CA Nokomis . . . 14
Marin Co. . . . 36 St. John's Cem. . . . 11
Canada Taylor Springs . . . 18
Ontario Waveland Cem. . . . 18
Manitoulin District Witt . . . 17
Little Current . . . 19 IL.
Cecil County . . . 1 Bond
Children/Office Worker Brown Cem . . . 32–33
Housewife . . . 25 Eugene was buried in Sunnyside Cem . . . 25
CO Reno
Colorado Springs Buried In Bethel Cemetery . . . 30
Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery . . . 50 Illinois
Co A 2ed Illinois Light Artilary . . . 43 Bond
Co C 59th Ilinois Infantry (Transfered) . . . 43 New Douglas . . . 33
Co D 7th Illinois JS Infantry . . . 9 Pocahontas . . . 33
Co I 122 Inllinois JS Infantry . . . 21 Bond Co.
Colorado Sorento . . . 47
Pueblo Bond County
Mountain View Cemetary . . . 49 Reno . . . 24
Mountain View Cemetery . . . 50 Sorento . . . 46–47
Colorado Springs . . . 50 Kirkland Cem . . . 42
Cottonwood Grove Twp (Bond) Illinois . . . 47 Macoupin
Delaware? MT Olive . . . 24
New Castle . . . 5, 59 Macoupin County . . . 6
Did Not Marry . . . 58 Montgomery . . . 24, 42, 47
Effingham County . . . 50 Hillsboro . . . 24, 33
England . . . 23 St. John's Cem. . . . 10
Farmer . . . 25 St.John's Cem. . . . 10
Fort Casimir (renamed Fort Trinity ) . . . 1 Township 10 N Range 3 W . . . 10
Grace Lawn Cem. Township 7 N Range 5 W . . . 9
DE Morgan Co.
New Castle Jacksonville . . . 47
Wilmington . . . 37 Sangamon County . . . 14
Green Kentucky . . . 5 Scott Co.
Il Glasgow . . . 47
Bond St. Clair
Nr Sorento . . . 8 Belleville . . . 33
Macoupin Kansas City Missouri . . . 47

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Kentucky NW11 7AH
Fleming County England
Boonesborough . . . 58 London
Montgomery . . . 53 Central Square
Hinkston Vale . . . 53 St Judes Church . . . 50
Old Home Place. . . . 56 OH
KS Clermont
Lincoln Bethel . . . 42
Sylvan Grove . . . 48 Ohh . . . 51
Red Bud . . . 39 Probably AL/FL . . . 59
Shawnee Co Probably To In. . . . 58
Topeka . . . 41 Pueblo Colorado
KY Mountain View Cemetary . . . 50
Madison Co. Resided At Litchfield . . . 30
Boonesborough . . . 58 Russia . . . 48
Montgomery Co . . . 57 SC
Machpelah Cemetery . . . 57 Lexington Co. . . . 59
LA SC?
Jackson Parish . . . 59 Lexington Co. . . . 59
Latvia . . . 50 Shoal Creek Township . . . 30
Maryland Sorento . . . 30
Cecil Co. . . . 5, 60 South Korea . . . 25–26
World's End . . . 1, 5 St Louis
World's End Plantation . . . 60 Kenrick Cemitary . . . 50
Talbot Co . . . 53 Sunnyside Cem
Lostock . . . 59–60 Illinois
Talbot Co. Bond
Lewis Plantation . . . 60 Illinois Sorento
Lostock . . . 60 Tamalco . . . 24
MD Sweden . . . 1
Leitersburg . . . 36 Tennessee
MI Rutherford . . . 51
Cass Texas
Pleasant Hill . . . 21 Trinidad
Oakland Masonic cemetery . . . 50
White Chapel Cem . . . 12 tn . . . 8
Missouri USA
Boone Co. . . . 58 62002
Columbia Cemetery . . . 58 Illinois
St. Louis . . . 14 Madison
MO Alton
St. Louis Hosp . . . 34 ALTON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
Montgomery County . . . 11 . . . 35
Illinois Alabama . . . 5
Irving . . . 14 Henry . . . 59
Montgomery County Illinois . . . 10, 14–15 Madison . . . 5
Nc . . . 8 The siege and capture of Fort Blakely . . . 21
NE Arizona
Lancaster Maricopa
Lincoln . . . 41 Phoenix . . . 16
Nuckolls Arkansas
Lawrence . . . 41 Benton
New Mexico Bentonville . . . 50
Albuguerque . . . 49 Rogers . . . 48, 50
New Sweden . . . 1 Pulaski

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Little Rock . . . 51 Christian . . . 16
Saline Assumption . . . 17
Benton . . . 48 Morrisonville . . . 11, 16
California . . . 12, 16, 19 De Witt
Alameda Clinton . . . 17
Alameda . . . 13 Fayette
Oakland . . . 13 Ramsey . . . 17–18
Contra Costa . . . 12 Greene
Walnut Creek . . . 12 Fayette . . . 20
Los Angeles Jersey
Burbank . . . 16 Fieldon . . . 14
Marin . . . 36 Jerseyville . . . 13–14
San Francisco . . . 12 Jo Daviess
San Francisco . . . 21 Apple River . . . 10
Colorado Kane
Colorado Springs . . . 51 Montgomery . . . 18, 46
Douglas . . . 41 Lawrence
Larimer Bond . . . 43, 46
Fort Collins . . . 51 Lone Tree . . . 19
Las Animas Macoupin
Stonewall . . . 48 Bunker Hill . . . 16
Trinidad . . . 50–51 Mt Olive . . . 36–37, 39, 42–43
Pueblo Madison . . . 34
Pueblo . . . 50 Alton . . . 13, 15, 31
Weld Grantfork . . . 33
Platteville . . . 51 Montgomery . . . 9–11, 14–16, 43, 46, 48–49, 52
Delaware Fillmore . . . 13
New Castle . . . 37 Hillsboro . . . 10–11, 14, 16–17, 38
New Castle . . . 5 Irving . . . 11, 13, 15–17
Florida Litchfield . . . 9, 11, 20, 26, 30
Volusia Nokomis . . . 10–11, 14–18
De Bary . . . 35 Panama . . . 31
Georgia Taylor Springs . . . 17–18
Rockdale Walshville . . . 9–10
Conyers . . . 36 Witt . . . 11–12, 15–17
Green Kentucky . . . 6 Witt Township . . . 17
Idaho Morgan . . . 13
Bannock Jacksonville . . . 12–13
Pocatello . . . 42 Peoria
Il Peoria . . . 35, 40
Bond Co. Pike
Res. in Sorento . . . 25 Time . . . 14
Il. Rock Island
Bond Co. Rock Island . . . 25
Sorento . . . 25 Sangamon
Illinois . . . 9–16, 20–21, 24–25, 31, 35, 37, 39, Cotton Hill . . . 11
42–43, 45–47 Shoal Creek Township . . . 31
Bond . . . 21, 24–25, 30, 32–37, 39, 43, 46–47 St Clair
Greenville . . . 24, 33–34 Belleville . . . 16
Greenville Hosp . . . 24 Tamalco . . . 32
Mulberry Grove . . . 20 Indiana
Old Ripley . . . 33–34 Boone . . . 58
Shoal Creek . . . 24, 32 Clark
Sorento . . . 8, 25, 30, 35–36, 41–42, 47 Owen . . . 58
Tamalco . . . 32 Fort Atterbury . . . 30

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Quincy . . . 58 Verdigre . . . 41
Iowa Lancaster
Appanoose Lincoln . . . 41
Centerville . . . 41 Nuckolls
Lee Lawrence . . . 41
Keokuk . . . 41 Webster
Kansas . . . 45 Cowles . . . 41
Dickinson . . . 39 New Mexico
Abilene . . . 39–41 Blossburg . . . 48
Elmo . . . 42 North Carolina . . . 8
Douglas Halifax
Lawrence . . . 20 Roanoke Rapids . . . 13
Gove Ohio
Grainfield . . . 20 Ashtabula
Greenwood Jefferson . . . 51
Fall River . . . 20 Putnam . . . 12
Lincoln . . . 48–49 Pandora . . . 12
Sylvan Grove . . . 48 Washington
Saline Marietta . . . 39
Gypsum . . . 40 Oklahoma
Salina . . . 48–49 Blaine
Shawnee Canton . . . 20
Topeka . . . 41 Okeene . . . 20
Kentucky . . . 6, 58 Cimarron
Green . . . 5–6 Whelless . . . 19
Montgomery . . . 56, 58 Garfield
Camargo . . . 58 Enid . . . 19
Mt Sterling . . . 56–57 Kingfisher
Massachusetts Hennessey . . . 19–20
Essex Hennessey Cem. . . . 19
Gloucester . . . 6 Kingfisher . . . 19–20
Michigan . . . 11 Pennsylvania
Oakland York
Pontiac . . . 11–12 Stewartstown . . . 41
Mississippi South Carolina
Lee Lexington . . . 59
Tupelo . . . 21 Lexington . . . 59
Lowndes Tennessee . . . 8, 46
Columbus . . . 52 Davidson
Pontotoc Nashville . . . 21
Pontotoc . . . 36 Gibson
Missouri Rutherford . . . 21, 45–47, 51
St Charles . . . 12 Madison
St Louis Jackson . . . 18
Bonhomme . . . 8 Maury . . . 47
St Louis . . . 50 Shelby . . . 49
Nebraska . . . 41 Texas
Chase Hutchinson
Imperial . . . 20 Borger . . . 50
Clay . . . 18–19 Utah
Fairfield . . . 9, 18–21, 41 Weber
Lone Tree . . . 9 Ogden . . . 42
Dixon VA
Galena . . . 19 Boonesborough . . . 56
Knox Virginia . . . 57–58

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Frederick . . . 58 Utah
Prince William . . . 56, 58–59 Weber
Rockbridge . . . 6 Ogden . . . 42
Washington Va
Chelan Of Rockbridge
Wenatchee . . . 19 Gloucester . . . 6
Wenatchee Cem Chelan . . . 19 VA
King Fauquier Co . . . 56
Bellevue . . . 48 Of Frederick . . . 58
Seattle . . . 9, 18–19 Prince William County . . . 5
Wyoming Virginia
Fremont Northumberland Co. . . . 53, 59
Lander . . . 20 Of Princewilliam . . . 56
USA cert #6-245 Prince William Co. . . . 53
Nebraska WA
Clay . . . 21 King
USA (?) Seattle . . . 19
Montana . . . 49 Washington
USA? King County
Nebraska . . . 19 Seattle . . . 9

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