Individual Notes

Note for:   Charles A. Taylor,   SEP 1856 - BET 1906 AND 1910         Index

Individual Note:
     1880 Federal Census, New Richmond, Montgomery County, IN, Page 16, SD 4, ED 89, June 9, 1880. Shows Charles A. Taylor, Farmer, 24, born in Kentucky as was his parents; Artimesa, 29, born in Indiana, her father born in PA, and mother in IN. She is keeping house.

Marriage record, Crawfordsville, Montgomery County, IN, Book 9, Page 101.

1900 Federal Census, Coal Creek Township, Montgomery County, IN, Page 7B, SD 9, ED 102, June 11, 1900. Charles A, born Sept. 1856, Artimesa, April 1851, Winton C., 18, born August 1881, and Fred A. 15, born August 1884. Winton is a Gardner, and Charles is a Barber for 4 months. According to the record, they have been married 22 years and had 3 children of which 2 are living. Parents of Charles born in Kentucky. Mother of Artimesa born in IN and Father born in PA.

According to the Marriage record for Ruth and Fred, Charles was living in Danville, Illinois in 1906 while Artimesa was living in New Richmond, Montgomery, IN.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Nora Belle Bailey,   9 DEC 1877 - 13 FEB 1959         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Kibby Cemetery, Kibby, Harper, OK

Individual Note:
     1880 Federal Census, Eureka Township, Greenwood County, Kansas, Page 19, SD 2, ED 90, June 29, 1880. Shows William Bailey, 60, born in Ohio, father in VA, mother in NY; John, 28, born in Ohio, mother born in VA; Martha, 24, born in NC, and granddaughter, Nora B., 2.

1900 Federal Census, Otter Creek Township, Greenwood County, Kansas, Page 112A, SD 4, ED 56, June 26, 1900. Shows John, born October 1851, 48, Martha, born January 1856, 43, Nora, born November 1878, 21, KS, Carl, born September 1887, 12, KS, and Fay, born February 1898, 1, KS. Also shows 5 children from marriage, 4 alive. They have been married 22 years.

Kibby Cemetery Headstone shows Nora B. Munson, born 1877 and Joel, born 1878 and died 1942.

Obituary, Woodward Daily Press, Monday, February 16, 1959:

Munson Rites Held Monday
Mrs. Joe Munson Dies Here February 13

Funeral services for Mrs. Joe Munson were held at 11 a.m. Monday in the Evangelical United Brethren church with the Rev. W. Eugene Kay, pastor, officiating. Burial was in the Kibby cemetery under direction of Byron Mason's Funeral Home. Mrs. Munson died Friday in the Walker Rest Home, Woodward, following an extended illness. Nora Belle Bailey was born Dec. 9, 1888, at Eureka, Kans. In 1901 she moved to Harper County and homesteaded on a farm in the Kibby community. On April 7, 1906 she was married to Joe Munson and they made their home in the community until July 1923 when they moved to Selman where they owned and operated a mercantile business. They moved to Woodward in August 1942. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Veda Voris, Woodward; four grandchildren, three great grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Fay Street, Fort Collins, Colo., and one brother Carl C. Bailey, Amarillo.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Joel Munson,   26 MAY 1878 - 21 DEC 1942         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Kibby Cemetery, Kibby, Harper, OK

Individual Note:
     Kibby Cemetery Headstone shows Nora B. Munson, born 1877 and Joel, born 1878 and died 1942.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Martha Elmina Mock,   27 SEP 1856 - 8 FEB 1933         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Kibby Cemetery

Individual Note:
     1880 Federal Census, Eureka Township, Greenwood County, Kansas, Page 19, SD 2, ED 90, June 29, 1880. Shows William Bailey, 60, born in Ohio, father in VA, mother in NY; John, 28, born in Ohio, mother born in VA; Martha, 24, born in NC, and granddaughter, Nora B., 2.

1900 Federal Census, Otter Creek Township, Greenwood County, Kansas, Page 112A, SD 4, ED 56, June 26, 1900. Shows John, born October 1851, 48, Martha, born January 1856, 43, Nora, born November 1878, 21, KS, Carl, born September 1887, 12, KS, and Fay, born February 1898, 1, KS. Also shows 5 children from marriage, 4 alive. They have been married 22 years.


From the online source for the Kibby Cemetery, the headstone reads: Martha E. Bailey, born September 27, 1856 and died February 8, 1933; John born October 16, 1851 and died May 13, 1936.

Individual Notes

Note for:   John Bailey,   16 OCT 1851 - 13 MAY 1936         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Kibby Cemetery

Individual Note:
     1880 Federal Census, Eureka Township, Greenwood County, Kansas, Page 19, SD 2, ED 90, June 29, 1880. Shows William Bailey, 60, born in Ohio, father in VA, mother in NY; John, 28, born in Ohio, mother born in VA; Martha, 24, born in NC, and granddaughter, Nora B., 2.

1900 Federal Census, Otter Creek Township, Greenwood County, Kansas, Page 112A, SD 4, ED 56, June 26, 1900. Shows John, born October 1851, 48, Martha, born January 1856, 43, Nora, born November 1878, 21, KS, Carl, born September 1887, 12, KS, and Fay, born February 1898, 1, KS. Also shows 5 children from marriage, 4 alive. They have been married 22 years.

From the online source for the Kibby Cemetery, the headstone reads: Martha E. Bailey, born September 27, 1856 and died February 8, 1933; John born October 16, 1851 and died May 13, 1936.

Individual Notes

Note for:   William Bailey,   ABT 1820 -          Index

Individual Note:
     1880 Federal Census, Eureka Township, Greenwood County, Kansas, Page 19, SD 2, ED 90, June 29, 1880. Shows William Bailey, 60, born in Ohio, father in VA, mother in NY; John, 28, born in Ohio, mother born in VA; Martha, 24, born in NC, and granddaughter, Nora B., 2.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Mary S. Voris,   15 OCT 1846 - 9 NOV 1865         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Thornton Graveyard, Jefferson County, IN


Individual Notes

Note for:   Fred Austin Taylor,   18 AUG 1884 - 28 APR 1945         Index

Event:   
     Type:   Funeral Home
     Place:   Robert King

Burial:   
     Date:   1 MAY 1945
     Place:   New Richmond Cemetery, Coal Creek, Montgomery, IN

Individual Note:
     1900 Federal Census, Coal Creek Township, Montgomery County, IN, Page 7B, SD 9, ED 102, June 11, 1900. Charles A, born Sept. 1856, Artimesa, April 1851, Winton C., 18, born August 1881, and Fred A. 15, born August 1884. Winton is a Gardner, and Charles is a Barber for 4 months. According to the record, they have been married 22 years and had 3 children of which 2 are living. Parents of Charles born in Kentucky. Mother of Artimesa born in IN and Father born in PA.

According to Indiana Marriages, 1845-1920, Ruth and Fred married June 23, 1906, County Clerk's Office, Crawfordsville, Montgomery County, IN, Book 16, Source Page 321. Also, it says she was born on June 21, 1886.

Online Index showing burials at New Richmond Cemetery: Fred A. Taylor 1884-1945. Also shows Gertrude G. Taylor, 2nd wife of Fred, 1889-1954.

Marriage License and Certificate, Montgomery County, Indiana for Ruth and Fred. Fred's father was Charles A. Taylor, born in Kentucky, was a Barber and was living in Danville, IL at the time of the marriage of Fred and Ruth. Fred's mother was Artimesa Campbell, born in New Richmond, and living in New Richmond, IN. Ruth's father was J. L. McNeil, born Montgomery County, IN, and was a Telephone Manager residing in New Richmond, IN. Ruth's mother was Alice Rhodes, born in Wabash County, IN and residing in New Richmond, IN. Both Ruth and Fred were residing in New Richmond and they were married June 23, 1906. Married by Henry M. Middleton, Linden, IN, Pastor M. E. Church.

1910 Federal Census, 3-WD Frankfort, Clinton County, IN, ED 52, SD 9, SH 10-B, April21, 1910. Shows Fred, age 29, Ruth, age 23, and Bessie, 2. All are born in IN. There have been 3 children and one is alive. Fred is a Newspaper printer.

September 12, 1918, Draft Registration Card. Shows Fred Austin Taylor, born August 18, 1884, age 34, and is a printer for the Albion Journal in Albion, IL. His closet relative is Gertrude Taylor, his second wife living in Albion, Edwards County, IL. He is tall, medium build, blue eyes and light hair.

1930 Federal Census, Coal Creek Township, New Richmond Town, Montgomery County, IN, April 5, 1930, ED 54-6, SD 6, SH 8A. Shows Frederick A. Taylor, 46, born in Indiana, father born in Kentucky, mother born in Indiana. Gertrude G., 40, born in Illinois, father born in Texas, mother born in Illinois. Frederick A. Taylor, Jr., 5, born in Indiana. Also shows a Sister-in-Law, Elizabeth Ward, 29, born in Illinois and no occupation. Fred Sr. is a Printer for a Publishing company. They are living next door to John Lee McNeil and Martha Alice. Frederick, Sr.'s estate is worth $1,000. Frederick, Sr. was first married at age 22, and Gertrude was first married at age 26.

Individual Notes

Note for:   William Thomas McNeil,   26 JAN 1853 -          Index

Occupation:   
     Date:   BET MAY 1878 AND SEP 1880
     Place:   Editor, Oxford Tribune

Occupation:   
     Date:   1871
     Place:   Pedagogue

Occupation:   
     Date:   FEB 1881
     Place:   Owner, Fowler Eye Newspaper

Event:   
     Type:   Politics
     Place:   Republican

Religion:   
     Place:   Methodist Episcopal

Individual Note:
     1860 Federal Census, July 18, 1860, Walnut Township, Montgomery County, Indiana, Page 30, lines 12-18: Jessie G. McNeal, 41, Levina, 28, William T., 8, Rebecky, 7, Clara B., 5, Milton A., 4, John Lee, 2. Jessie and Levina born in Ohio, and the children born in Indiana. Jessie is a farmer and has real estate worth $1,000 and personal property at $420.

1870 Federal Census, Grant Township, Benton County, Indiana, Page 2, lines 31-39: Jessee McNeal, 50, Louisa, 38, William, 18, Rebeca, 17, Clara, 14, Milton, 13, John, 12, Charlie, 4, Lewis, 1. Jessee and Louisa born in Ohio, all children born in Indiana.

Information is provided by "Bits of Benton County Indiana History". From Benton County Indiana Roots Genealogy Library:

W. T. McNeil, attorney at law, is a native of Montgomery County, IN, and was born January 26, 1853. He removed with his parents Jesse G. and Lavina (Holloway) McNeil, to Benton County in April, 1860, where he was principally reared. His father, who served Benton County as a Surveyor for ten years, is yet living, and resides in Grant Township, but his mother died April 1, 1882. After attending the common schools of Benton County, he completed his schooling with a course at the Northern Indiana Normal School at Valparaiso. At eighteen years of age, he began his career as a pedagogue, and this vocation he has plied for fifty-six months in Benton County. In May, 1878, he became editor and proprietor of the Oxford Tribune, and conducted that periodical until September, 1880, when he sold out, and in February, 1881, established the Fowler Eye. For over a year he continued the publication of the Eye, making a success of it in every respect; then he sold it, and it was then merged into the Republican, and afterward converted into the Era. Since his retirement from journalistic work, Mr. McNeil has devoted his attention to the study of law and working insurance. In politics, he is uncompromising Republican, and although a member of no church, is of the Methodist Episcopal faith.

Individual Notes

Note for:   Rebecca Mary McNeil,   26 JAN 1853 - 10 OCT 1912         Index

Individual Note:
     1860 Federal Census, July 18, 1860, Walnut Township, Montgomery County, Indiana, Page 30, lines 12-18: Jessie G. McNeal, 41, Levina, 28, William T., 8, Rebecky, 7, Clara B., 5, Milton A., 4, John Lee, 2. Jessie and Levina born in Ohio, and the children born in Indiana. Jessie is a farmer and has real estate worth $1,000 and personal property at $420.

1870 Federal Census, Grant Township, Benton County, Indiana, Page 2, lines 31-39: Jessee McNeal, 50, Louisa, 38, William, 18, Rebeca, 17, Clara, 14, Milton, 13, John, 12, Charlie, 4, Lewis, 1. Jessee and Louisa born in Ohio, all children born in Indiana.

Marriage is subject to verification by actual marriage records. Found in Index to Marriage Records 1850-1922, Volume I, Book 2, Page 190.