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Toney, Victor Wayne 'Uncle Bickie': Death Certificate for Victor Wayne 'Uncle Bickie' Toney (1894-1974)
Toney, Victor Wayne "Uncle Bickie": Death Certificate for Victor Wayne "Uncle Bickie" Toney (1894-1974)
Death Certificate came from The Book of Toney by Brenda Kincaid Beatty. Death Certificate also refers to Margaret Emma Susan Bowles (1863-1941) & Elizabeth Mary Brown (1891-1975) & John Harvey Toney (1857-1941).  
 
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Toney, Virginia Dare 'Jenny': Marriage Announcement for Virginia Dare 'Jenny' Toney  (1903-1994)
Toney, Virginia Dare "Jenny": Marriage Announcement for Virginia Dare "Jenny" Toney (1903-1994)
Marriage announcement for Virginia Dare "Jenny" Toney McSurley came from The Book of Toney by Brenda Kincaid Beatty.  
 
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Toney, William, Sr.: Map of homestead of William Toney, Sr. (1727-1810) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Toney, William, Sr.: Map of homestead of William Toney, Sr. (1727-1810) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Map of NW portion of Franklin Co., VA includes the homestead of William Toney, Sr., which is located in the upper left quadrant. The map came from Jim and Connie Hartsell’s website at
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdhartsell/ with the map actually appearing at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdhartsell/hfh/FranklinCoNW.html
It was made available to that site by Jim Hartsell and Bob Hartsell. This site was called to our attention by Mary Jane Vandale Wood. The width of map represents about 20 miles.
 
 
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Trulock, Lester: Memorial for Lester Trulock (1905-1966)
Trulock, Lester: Memorial for Lester Trulock (1905-1966)
Memorial was provided by Betty Barton Forney.  
 
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Unknown, Ida: Newspaper article concerning Ida Unknown Lovell (b. abt. 1873)
Unknown, Ida: Newspaper article concerning Ida Unknown Lovell (b. abt. 1873)
Newspaper article concerning Ida Unknown Lovell was provided by Bruce Earle Austin. We would like to find a connection between this member of the Sylvanus/ Sylvenus Lovell (b. 1833) family of Bruce Earle Austin and the John Lovell (b. 1833) family of Dave and Donna Forney Clark.
 
 
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Van Dusen, Luthera May (1861-1923)
Van Dusen, Luthera May (1861-1923)
Last Will and Testament of Luthera May Van Dusen Johnson came from Phil Johnson. A forty-six page Probate Document, which is not shown on this website, accompanied this Will.  
 
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Van Dusen, Orren Frank: Last Will and Testament of Orren Frank Van Dusen (1855-1924)
Van Dusen, Orren Frank: Last Will and Testament of Orren Frank Van Dusen (1855-1924)
Last Will and Testament of Orren Frank Van Dusen came from the Ackley/ Vorhes/ Smith Archives by SA Smith.
 
 
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Vorhes, Doyle Edgar: Memorial for Doyle Edgar Vorhes (1903-1951)
Vorhes, Doyle Edgar: Memorial for Doyle Edgar Vorhes (1903-1951)
Memorial came from the Ackley/ Vorhes/ Smith Archives by SA Smith.
 
 
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Vorhes, Doyle Edgar: Obituary of Doyle Edgar Vorhes (1903-1951)
Vorhes, Doyle Edgar: Obituary of Doyle Edgar Vorhes (1903-1951)
Obituary came from the Ackley/ Vorhes/ Smith Archives by SA Smith.
 
 
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Vorhes, Ralph M.: Memorial for Ralph M. Vorhes (1867-1955)
Vorhes, Ralph M.: Memorial for Ralph M. Vorhes (1867-1955)
Memorial came from the Ackley/ Vorhes/ Smith Archives by SA Smith.
 
 
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Walster, Jane: Obituary of Jane Walster Losee (1895-1935)
Walster, Jane: Obituary of Jane Walster Losee (1895-1935)
Obituary came from the Ackley/ Vorhes/ Smith Archives by SA Smith.
 
 
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Warren, Curtis & Margaret Anna Toney (1919-2013)
Warren, Curtis & Margaret Anna Toney (1919-2013)
2-Persons/ Newspaper Article/ 50th Wedding Anniversary photo of (L-R) Curtis Warren & Margaret Anna Toney Warren came from Mary Jane Vandale Wood. 
 
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Weeth, C. S. (1858-1924)
Weeth, C. S. (1858-1924)
Public Sale Notice posted in Gretna, Sarpy, Co., NE, in 1902, by by C.S. Weeth came from the Weeth/ Kappius Archives by Rodney and Margaret Weeth. 
 
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Wells, Nancy Elizabeth: Death Certificate of Nancy Elizabeth Wells (1850-1938)
Wells, Nancy Elizabeth: Death Certificate of Nancy Elizabeth Wells (1850-1938)
Death Certificate of Nancy Elizabeth Wells Coatney came from the Coatney/ Mann Collection by Richard Merrill Coatney Portschy Mann. See Richard Mann's site Genealogy/ Coatney at http://www.pbase.com/otzi/genealogy__coatney for the complete certificate.  
 
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Wells, Nancy Elizabeth: Obituary of Nancy Elizabeth Wells(1850-1938)
Wells, Nancy Elizabeth: Obituary of Nancy Elizabeth Wells(1850-1938)
Obituary of Nancy Elizabeth Wells Coatney came from the Coatney/ Mann Collection by Richard Merrill Coatney Portschy Mann. See Richard Mann's site Genealogy/ Coatney at http://www.pbase.com/otzi/genealogy__coatney for complete obituary.

 
 
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Young, Ethelina Waldsmith 'Ethe': Pension Claim General Affidavit written by Ethelina Waldsmith 'Ethe' Young Peacock Belch (1842-1917)
Young, Ethelina Waldsmith "Ethe": Pension Claim General Affidavit written by Ethelina Waldsmith "Ethe" Young Peacock Belch (1842-1917)
Pension Claim General Affidavit, January 31, 1907, was written by Ethelina Waldsmith "Ethe" Young Peacock Belch in regard to her husband Francis "Frank" Peacock (1831-1863). This document came from Jan Beasley and is a part of the Civil War Pension File of Francis "Frank" Peacock (1831-1863), which is stored at the National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D. C.
 
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. :  Articles of Agreement concerning the estate of John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Articles of Agreement concerning the estate of John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Articles of Agreement concerning the estate of John Zentmyre, dated February 26, 1904, signed by Mary E. Zentmyre & William H. Zentmyre & Matilda I. Minnick & Ida May Fouts & Samuel L. Zentymre, came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. Melissa Parrish scanned and merged the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document and the back of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. :  Document concerning  John  Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Document concerning John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Document concerning John Zentmyre, signed by William H. Zentmyre, requesting that the National Fowler Bank of Lafayette, Indiana pay to William H. Zentmyre, Guardian of the estate of John Zentmyre, $200 which was deposited by John Zentmyre into the account on November 1903, came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. (Donna Clark’s note: In 1904, the medical term used for a mind impaired by aging was unsound mind, which later in the 20th century came to be called senility, then finally Alzheimer's Disease.) Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document and the back of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Application for Appointment of Legal Guardianship for John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Application for Appointment of Legal Guardianship for John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Application for Appointment of Legal Guardianship for John Zentmyre, dated February 2, 1904, signed by William H. Zentmyre, came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Document concerning the guardianship of John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Document concerning the guardianship of John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Document stating that William H. Zentmyre will faithfully discharge duties and trust in the guardianship of John Zentmyre came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. (Donna Clark’s note: In 1904, the medical term used for a mind impaired by aging was unsound mind, which later in the 20th century came to be called senility, then finally Alzheimer's Disease.) Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : General Affidavit concerning John Zentmyre  (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : General Affidavit concerning John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
General Affidavit declaring the medical condition of John Zentmyre, signed by O.E. Throckmorton, M.D., came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. (Donna Clark’s note: In 1904, the medical term used for a mind impaired by aging was unsound mind, which later in the 20th century came to be called senility, then finally Alzheimer's Disease.) Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document and the back of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Guardian’s Bond concerning John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Guardian’s Bond concerning John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Guardian’s Bond concerning John Zentmyre, dated February 2, 1904, signed by William H. Zentmyre, came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. (Donna Clark’s note: In 1904, the medical term used for a mind impaired by aging was unsound mind, which later in the 20th century came to be called senility, then finally Alzheimer's Disease.) Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document and the back of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Guardian’s Inventory relating to John Wesley Zentmyre, Jr. (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Guardian’s Inventory relating to John Wesley Zentmyre, Jr. (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Guardian’s Inventory relating to John Wesley Zentmyre, Jr., which was signed by William H. Zentmyre, March 12, 1904, came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. (Donna Clark’s note: In 1904, the medical term used for a mind impaired by aging was unsound mind, which later in the 20th century came to be called senility, then finally Alzheimer's Disease.) Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Letter announcing the death of  John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Letter announcing the death of John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Letter, dated February 19, 1904, to Richard P. Dehart, Judge, announcing the death of John Zentmyre on February 15, 1904, came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. (Donna Clark’s note: In 1904, the medical term used for a mind impaired by aging was unsound mind, which later in the 20th century came to be called senility, then finally Alzheimer's Disease.) Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document and the back of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Notice of Appointment of Guardian (William H. Zentmyre) for John  Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Notice of Appointment of Guardian (William H. Zentmyre) for John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Notice of Appointment of Guardian (William H. Zentmyre) for John Zentmyre in the LaFayette Daily Journal and the LaFayette Weekly Journal dated February 20, 1904, and also the document, stating publication dates of Notice, dated March 17, 1904 came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document and the back of this document if requested.
 
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Notice to Heirs,  Creditors and Legatees of John Wesley Zentmyre, Jr. (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Notice to Heirs, Creditors and Legatees of John Wesley Zentmyre, Jr. (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Notice to Heirs, Creditors and Legatees of John Zentmyre that appeared in the LaFayette Daily Journal and the LaFayette Weekly Journal and also the document stating publication of Notice, dated April 21, 1905, came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Petition of John Cassady concerning John Zentmyre  (1829-1904)  **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Petition of John Cassady concerning John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Petition of John Cassady to have William H. Zentmyre made guardian of his father John Zentmyre, dated February 1, 1904, came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. (Donna Clark’s note: In 1904, the medical term used for a mind impaired by aging was unsound mind, which later in the 20th century came to be called senility, then finally Alzheimer's Disease.) Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document and the back of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Statement concerning John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Statement concerning John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Statement by John Cassady concerning the estate value and medical condition of John Zentmyre, dated on the reverse side February 1, 1904, came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. Melissa Parrish scanned the original document from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document and the back of this document if requested.  
 
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Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Submission of accounts to settle the estate of John Zentmyre  (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Zentmyre, John Wesley, Jr. : Submission of accounts to settle the estate of John Zentmyre (1829-1904) **SOME INDIVIDUALS APPEAR MORE THAN ONCE IN OUR TREE AND HAVE BEEN LINKED ACCORDINGLY.
Submission of accounts to settle the estate of John Zentmyre, dated March 31, 1905, which includes mention of Mary E. Zentmyre & William H. Zentmyre & Matilda I. Minnick & Ida May Fouts & Samuel L. Zentymre, is signed by William H. Zentmyre and came from Melissa Hennigar Parrish. Layout by Donna Clark. Melissa Parrish scanned and merged these two original documents from the John Zentmyre probate/estate file which came from the Alameda McCullough Library at the Genealogy and Research Center of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association in Lafayette, Indiana. TCHA is online at http://www.tcha.mus.in.us/ and is a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving information and artifacts relating to the history and culture of Tippecanoe, Indiana, and its citizens. It currently maintains the Moses Fowler House, the Tippecanoe Battlefield Museum, Fort Ouiatenon Blockhouse at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, and the Genealogy and Research Center. Memberships and requested research are available for a fee. Donna Clark: I would be happy to e-mail the original scan of this document if requested.  
 

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