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Arminda Bernard Spurgeon

Arminda Bernard Spurgeon

Female 1839 - 1924  (84 years)

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  • Name Arminda Bernard Spurgeon 
    Born 22 Apr 1839  IN Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Died 29 Feb 1924  Scottsburg, IN; burial: Zoah Cem., Scottsburg, IN Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I1689  forneyclark
    Last Modified 29 May 2020 

    Father Zephaniah Spurgeon,   b. 27 Sep 1806, Bourbon Co., KY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Jan 1877, Scottsburg, IN; burial: Zoah Cem., Scottsburg, IN Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 70 years) 
    Mother Marinda Close,   b. 20 Apr 1814, Greenwich, Fairfield Co., CT Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Aug 1895  (Age 81 years) 
    Married 30 Jun 1837  Green Co., IN Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F0575  Group Sheet

    Family 1 George Washington Coatney,   b. 1 Dec 1830, KY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Aug 1871, Scottsburg, IN; burial: Zoah Cem., Scottsburg, IN Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 40 years) 
    Married 8 Feb 1857  Scottsburg, IN Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Thomas Jefferson Coatney,   b. 15 Dec 1857, Austin, Scott Co., IN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Dec 1934, North Madison, IN; burial: Zoah, Scottsburg, IN Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 77 years)
     2. George Combe Coatney,   b. 29 Mar 1860, IN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Dec 1898, Yuba Co., CA; burial: Marysville Cem., Yuba Co., CA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 38 years)
     3. Benjamin Harrison Coatney,   b. 28 Mar 1865, Scottsburg, IN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Oct 1925, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN; burial: Zoah Cem., Scottsburg, Scott Co., IN Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years)
     4. Charles Edward Coatney,   b. 29 Jun 1869, Scottsburg, IN Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Mar 1894, Perla, AR Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 24 years)
    Last Modified 29 May 2020 
    Family ID F0561  Group Sheet

    Family 2 Daniel Johnson,   b. ABT. 1825, IN Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 24 Aug 1873 
    Last Modified 29 May 2020 
    Family ID F1156  Group Sheet

    Family 3 Samuel Robert Cook 
    Married 27 Jun 1887  Scottsburg, IN Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Last Modified 29 May 2020 
    Family ID F1113  Group Sheet

  • Photos
    Coatney, George Washington (1830-1871) & Arminda Bernard Spurgeon (1839-1924)
    Coatney, George Washington (1830-1871) & Arminda Bernard Spurgeon (1839-1924)
    Farm photo of the Coatney Farm which was owned by George Washington Coatney & Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html Many of the photos in the Archives and in the Collection were taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), Don Coatney's grandfather who was a professional photographer in Perla, AR, and Indianapolis, IN. The description of the location of the Coatney Farm which follows came from a handwritten ledger by Thomas Jefferson Coatney, September 24, 1890: The Coatney farm is situated 3 1/2 miles straight east of Little York, Washington County, Indiana, and is the W 1/4 of the N E 1/4 of sec 15 town range of Findlay Township, Scott County, Indiana. (See the 1885 map which precisely locates the Coatney Farm in the DOCUMENT section of our forneyclark site under Coatney, George Washington (1830-1871) & Arminda Bernard Spurgeon (1839-1924).
    Spurgeon, Arminda Bernard (1839-1924)
    Spurgeon, Arminda Bernard (1839-1924)
    Individual photo of Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney, which was taken in IN, came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html Many of the photos in the Archives and in the Collection were taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), Don Coatney's grandfather, who was a professional photographer in Perla, AR, and Indianapolis, IN.
    Spurgeon, Arminda Bernard (1839-1924)
    Spurgeon, Arminda Bernard (1839-1924)
    Individual photo of Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney, which was taken in IN, came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html Many of the photos in the Archives and in the Collection were taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), Don Coatney's grandfather, who was a professional photographer in Perla, AR, and Indianapolis, IN. Restoration of the photo was done by Susan Yvette Barbour who is currently offering photo restoration to other genealogists at no cost. Photos may be e-mailed to yvettemgi@aim.com When photos are scanned, resolution must be 500 to 700 pixels.
    Spurgeon, Arminda Bernard (1839-1924)
    Spurgeon, Arminda Bernard (1839-1924)
    Individual photo of Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney, which was taken in IN, came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html Many of the photos in the Archives and in the Collection were taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), Don Coatney's grandfather, who was a professional photographer in Perla, AR, and Indianapolis, IN.
    Spurgeon, Arminda Bernard (1839-1924)
    Spurgeon, Arminda Bernard (1839-1924)
    Individual photo of Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney Johnson Cook, which was taken in IN, came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html Many of the photos in the Archives and in the Collection were taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), Don Coatney's grandfather, who was a professional photographer in Perla, AR, and Indianapolis, IN.
    Spurgeon, Arminda Bernard (1839-1924)
    Spurgeon, Arminda Bernard (1839-1924)
    Individual photo of Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney Johnson Cook, which was taken in IN, came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html Many of the photos in the Archives and in the Collection were taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), Don Coatney's grandfather, who was a professional photographer in Perla, AR, and Indianapolis, IN. Restoration of the photo was done by Susan Yvette Barbour who is currently offering photo restoration to other genealogists at no cost. Photos may be e-mailed to yvettemgi@aim.com When photos are scanned, resolution must be 500 to 700 pixels.
    Zoah Church and Cemetery, Scott Co., IN
    Zoah Church and Cemetery, Scott Co., IN
    Church/ Cemetery photo of Zoah Church in Zoah, Scott Co., IN, was taken in the 1890's by Benjamin Harrison Coatney. The photo was restored by Denise Libby of California. Photo came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html Many of the photos in the Archives and in the Collection were taken by Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), Don Coatney's grandfather who was a professional photographer in Perla, AR, and Indianapolis, IN. Information contained in the Archives from Cindy Howser: Zoah, located about three miles northwest of Scottsburg was a comparatively new settlement in the county. In 1836, Warren Meranda (1807-1847), Clark Reynolds (1801-1863) and Martin Comer bought land where the church and cemetery now are located. Some time between 1837 and 1842 a log school was built on the knoll overlooking Ox Valley to the west. The present day church is very prosperous and the cemetery is actively in use. The church was built in 1889, and remodeled and added to in 1943-44. (from 1990 cemetery book). Many Coatneys and Spurgeons are buried in Zoah Cemetery including Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925); Hester Magnolia "Hattie" Morgan Coatney (1866-1937); Charles Augustus "Gus" Coatney (1887-1913); George Francis Coatney (1900-1922); George Washington Coatney (1831-1871); Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney (1839-1924); Gracie Ethel Coatney (1884-1902); Thomas Jefferson Coatney (1857-1934); Zephaniah Spurgeon (1806-1877); & Marinda Close Spurgeon.

    Documents
    Coatney, George Washington & Arminda Bernard Spurgeon: Map showing the location of the Coatney farm of George Washington Coatney (1830-1871) & Arminda Bernard Spurgeon (1839-1924)
    Coatney, George Washington & Arminda Bernard Spurgeon: Map showing the location of the Coatney farm of George Washington Coatney (1830-1871) & Arminda Bernard Spurgeon (1839-1924)
    This photo is of the 1885 Map of Findlay Township, Scott County, Indiana. The location of Jackson County, which is just north of Scott County and Washington County, is handwritten on this map. Washington County borders Scott County on the west. The farm of George Washington Coatney and Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney Johnson Cook is located at W 1/4 of the N E 1/4 of sec 15 town range, Findlay Township, Scott County, Indiana. On the map, the section marked Arminda Johnson is the location of the Coatney Farm. This map came from the Don Coatney Archives. It entered the Archives via Pat Mount. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott

    Histories
    Coatney, Thomas Jefferson: Sketch of the Life Travels and Adventures of Thomas Jefferson Coatney (1857-1934)
    Coatney, Thomas Jefferson: Sketch of the Life Travels and Adventures of Thomas Jefferson Coatney (1857-1934)
    Sketch of the Life Travels and Adventures of Thomas Jefferson Coatney came from the Don Coatney Archives. See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html
    Belch, Nicholas Skeel 'Nick': Civil War letter written by Nicholas Skeel 'Nick' Belch  (1837-1906)
    Belch, Nicholas Skeel "Nick": Civil War letter written by Nicholas Skeel "Nick" Belch (1837-1906)
    Nicholas Skeel "Nick" Belch wrote this letter to George and Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney, his brother-in-law and sister-in-law, on May 14, 1863. Nicholas was in a Gallipolis Ohio hospital where care was given to wounded GAR soldiers. This letter is copyrighted by Don Coatney and comes from the Don Coatney Archives. Photo restoration was done by Lynn Weaver.
    Coatney Brothers' Trained Bears: Letters concerning Cuffy & Lucy, owned by Thomas Jefferson Coatney (1857-1934) & Charles Edward Coatney (1869-1894)
    Coatney Brothers' Trained Bears: Letters concerning Cuffy & Lucy, owned by Thomas Jefferson Coatney (1857-1934) & Charles Edward Coatney (1869-1894)
    Information about the Coatney Brothers' Trained Bears came from letters in the Don Coatney Archives that were transcribed by Don Coatney, Elissa Landi Goodroe Coatney, and Alice Elaine Coatney. Civil War letters, both original and transcribed, may be found in Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/Coatney.html & at
    http://www.bitsofblueandgray.com/ (the letters of William Curtis Morgan ) & at
    http://www.letterscivilwar.com/index.html (look under contributers for Don Coatney). All above mentioned letters are copyrighted by Don Coatney.

  • Notes 
    • Source:
      SEE DON COATNEY'S SITES FOR COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION AND REFERENCES:
      Donald Gordon "Don" Coatney:
      Most of the information that concerns the Coatney family, especially information concerning the families related to the marriage of Archibald Coatney and Mary McIntosh, including names, dates, places, census reports, documents, photos, and stories, is from the Don Coatney Archives.
      See also Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at:
      http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/Coatney.html
      http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/CoatneyPhotos.html

      Source:
      SEE DON COATNEY'S SITES FOR COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION AND REFERENCES:
      Civil War letters, both original and transcribed, may be found in Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/Coatney.html & at
      http://www.bitsofblueandgray.com/ (the letters of William Curtis Morgan ) & at
      http://www.letterscivilwar.com/index.html (look under contributers for Don Coatney).
      Included family members are are the sons of Archibald Coatney: Jesse Coatney (b: abt: 1838), Nashville Coatney (b: abt. 1839), Harrison Coatney (b: abt. 1846, d: 1867), & George Washington Coatney & his wife Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney (1839-1924).

      Source:
      SEE DON COATNEY'S SITES FOR COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION AND REFERENCES:
      Coatney letters, both original and transcribed, may be found in Don Coatney's Coatney Collection at http://www.rootsweb.com/~inscott/Coatney.html. Included family members are: Arminda Bernard Spurgeon Coatney (1839-1924) and her sons Thomas Jefferson Coatney (1857-1934), George Combe Coatney (1860-1898), Benjamin Harrison Coatney (1865-1925), & Charles E. Coatney (1869-1894), as well as Bertha Coatney (b: 1887) & her husband Earl Wells (b: 1888).



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