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1 Civil War Veteran
Name: Harrison T. Tredway
Company: I
Unit: 91 Indiana Infantry.
Rank - Induction: Corporal
Rank - Discharge: Corporal
Allegiance: Union 
TREADWAY, Harrison (I4059)
 
2 Name: Levi Denning
Company: J
Unit: 43 Indiana Infantry.
Rank - Induction: Sergeant
Rank - Discharge: Sergeant
Allegiance: Union


Name: Levi Dinning
Company: F
Unit: 43 Indiana Infantry.
Rank - Induction: Sergeant
Rank - Discharge: Sergeant
Allegiance: Union
Notes: Denning, Levi 
DENNING, Levi M. (I1978)
 
3 Source: John Jacob Arbaugh
Leah Slates - daughter of Conrad and Hannah Funk Slates, born Aug. 5,
1831 in Harrison, now Carroll Co., Ohio. She was married Aug. 12, 1852
to Samuel Albaugh and went to Shoals, Indiana where they spent the rest
of their lives.

Source: Robert T. Slates Family Bible
Leah Slates (born) 5 Oct Oct. 1831
Leah Slates married 12 Aug. 1852

Source: Carroll County Genealogy Society (by Barbara Slates Welheim
1998)
Slates, Miss Leah married Samuel Albaugh

Richard Culler at RootsWeb 
SLATES, Leah (I2599)
 
4 George W. has not been located on the 1850 census. He may have been incorrectly indexed under the wrong name. His records never list a mother, but does list his father as John Wade.

In 1870 living in Washington Co., Indiana with new wife Celia R. Next door is grandmother Feribee Wade and father's family, John W. Wade. One more door down is Elizabeth Wade, widow of Elijah Brown Wade and her children. The next home is Tolliver and Rebecca (Wade) Phillips.

In 1880 living in Baker Twn, Martin Co., Indiana with wife Celia and daughters Flora, Rosey, Annie, and Nora. Last name is spelled as Waid (original spelling?). George and his wife both list both their parents as being born in Indiana.

In 1890 census living in Halbert Township in Martin County, Indiana with kids John, Henry, Oma, George, Ben, and Elsa. George Senior was listed as a farm laborer. 
WADE, George Washington Senior (I127)
 
5 Mathias assisted in establishing American Independence while acting in the capacity of Public Service Augusta County, Virginia by providing 85 bushel of corn.

Virginia 'Publick' Claims Augusta County, Compiled & Transcribed by Janice L Abercrombie & Richard Slatten,
Copied from original Revolutionary Claims in the Library of Virginia, Page 15. "Mathias Gabert 85 bu corn.
 
GABBERT, Mathias (I9202)
 
6 "Hib" Swayze's family lived on part of the Swayze home place and then moved to Huron, IN. From the Cooke Manuscript. SWAYZE, Andrew Hibner "Hib" (I1418)
 
7 "John Miller owned 1,013 acres which extended from the middle line to London Grove Township on the west, and from Toughkenamon Hill to New Garden Meeting House. He lived on White Clay Creek, on or near the site of Avondale, and built a grist mill -- the first in that region -- which did the grinding for the inhabitants many miles around, even, it is said, as far as Lancaster. New Garden Meeting was held at his house as early as 1712. ... He was appointed a representative to the Provincial Assembly in 1714, but died the same year." From John O'Neall's GEDCOM at Roots Web

Occupation was a Miller in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
He was a Quaker who immigrated in 1709 to Chester County, Pennsylvania. 
MILLER, John (I3975)
 
8 "Martin V. Huff was stricken with apolexy which resulted in paralysis Jan. 10th 1906 never regained the use of himself from that date till he died on September 30, 1908, was paralyzed in the right side. He regained his speech." Source: Martin V. Huff family bible. William Long of RootsWeb

Census 1860 Indiana, Martin Co., Brown Twsp.

Census 1870 19 JUL 1870 Indiana, Martin Co., Brown Twsp., Dyes P.O., p. 287.

Boarder 1900 Ida E. Campbell, Orphan, b. November 1885, Missouri. Census 1900 19 JUN 1900 Missouri, Saline Co., Miami Twsp.

Martin V. Huff deserted his first family and mother Abigail Jane Denning Huff in April 1871. Source: Huff v. Huff, Idaho Court of Appeals, 1911. After Martin abandoned his wife, he married Anthia. He never divorced his first wife and Abigail supposedly died after he married Anthia.


MILITARY SERVICE:
Name: Martin Huff ,
Residence: Decatur, Illinois
Enlistment Date: 18 April 1861
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Illinois
Unit Numbers: 415 415
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 18 April 1861
Enlisted in Company A, 8th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 25 April 1861.
Mustered out Company A, 8th Infantry Regiment Illinois on 25 July 1861

Name: Martin V Huff ,
Enlistment Date: 22 October 1861
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Ohio
Unit Numbers: 1885 1885
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 22 October 1861 at the age of 22
Enlisted in Company K, 51st Infantry Regiment Ohio on 26 October 1861.
Received a disability discharge Company K, 51st Infantry Regiment Ohio on 21 March 1863 in Louisville, KY

Name: Martin V. Huff
Unit: 192 Ohio Infantry.
Rank - Induction: Private
Allegiance: Union
Notes: 194 Ohio Inf

Name: Martin V Huff ,
Enlistment Date: 07 March 1865
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Ohio
Unit Numbers: 1834 1834
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 07 March 1865 at the age of 26
Enlisted in Company E, 194th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 13 March 1865.
Mustered out Company E, 194th Infantry Regiment Ohio on 24 October 1865 in Washington, DC


Found another researcher listing a third wife, Mary J. Swann, whom he married between Abigail and Antha on 7 Feb 1879 in Tuscarawas, Ohio.
 
HUFF, Martin Van Buren (I113)
 
9 (Will--Washington County, Indiana):
Napoleon Bonapart DePauw of Battinghongs Parish, State of Louisiana, pp. 46-47, Probate Court Minte Book C. Date: 15 Mar 1838. Probated: 18 Jun 1838 (this could be mistyped as he died 1 Jun 1858). Heirs: Wilson Tinsley, a negro man and Caty, a negro woman to be given their freedom and $50; heirs of John DePauw (deceased); Jacob D. Crabbs (no relation stated); his brother Peter DePauw; Jehu Hungate and wife; Zachariah Collier and wife; children of Polly Gabbert (deceased), Rosey Collier had received $50. Executors: Jehu Hungate, Zachariah Collier
Witnesses: James Murphey, Sr. Joel R. M. Allen, William B. Mills.

The Salem Democrat, September 20, 1876:
Napoleon B. DePauw died June 2, 1838 of cancer in the fifty-seventh year of his age. 
DEPAUW, Napoleon Bonapart (I9187)
 
10 11/04/02 Bennett - Irene Bennett of Indianapolis, IN, formerly of Bedford, IN, died Monday, November 4, 2002, at Winona Memorial Hospital in Indianapolis. Born on March 2, 1924, in Needmore, IN, she was the daughter of John Samual and Helen Grace (Cox) Sherfick. She married Clarence Richard Bennett on July 19, 1942, and he survives.

Surviving with her husband are two daughters, Nedra Jean Sullivan of Greenwood, IN, and Patricia Anne Bennett of Guam; two sons, Michael Richard Bennett of Indianapolis, IN, and John Fredrick Bennett of Nashville, IN; one brother, John Robert Sherfick of Ft. Ritner, IN; one sister, Brenda Joan Tempest of Newburn, IN; nine grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Charles and Louis Sherfick; and one sister, Mary Sherfick Guthrie.

She was a homemaker.

There will be graveside services for Irene Bennett at 2:00 p.m. Friday, November 8th, at White River Baptist Cemetery with her grandson, Jon Mark Sullivan officiating. Friends may call from noon until 1:30 p.m. Friday at the  
SHERFICK, Irene (I968)
 
11 1760s in North Carolina
abt 1775 went to Wrightsborough, Georgia
Joel died in Wrightsborough, GA 
SAUNDERS, Joel (I6502)
 
12 1770 settled at Wrightsborough, Georgia
1787 went to South Carolina
1793 went back to Wrightsborough, Georgia 
COOPER, Isaac (I6456)
 
13 1820 US Census living in Vernon Twp, Washington County, Indiana:
1 male 45 & over; 1 male 26-44; 1 male under 10, 2 females 45 and over; 1 female 26-44; 1 female 10-15; 3 females under 10. Who are the older people living with Merida? Brother James is also listed in same township/county in 1820 census. Merida would have been 35 and Pherobe was 31.

In 1850 living in Vernon, Washington Co., Indiana with wife Ferribee and son Jefferson and unknown persons, Sarah J. Gubboard (age 12), John M. Gubboard (age 5), and Susan Smith (age 17). 
WADE, Meredith "Merida" (I2454)
 
14 1840 Census - I found Mordecai in the Martin County listing on page 21. He and his wife had 6 daughters and 2 sons. He was living near Pleasant Bowman. The township in 1840 was not listed. COOPER, Mordecai (I6497)
 
15 1850 Census Clay County, Kentucky. TREADWAY, Robert Peter (I4835)
 
16 1850 census finds Calvin Saddler and wife Rachel in Morgan Co., Jackson Twn, Ohio (county next to Washington) with Henrietta Bishop (15 yrs old). Rachel's maiden name was Bishop so perhaps this is a younger sister. The odd thing is that Calvin is listed as 57 years old! This is the age of Benjamin. Rachel is correctly listed as 23 years old. Calvin should have been listed as only about 30 years old.

1860 census shows Calvin Saddler living in Salem Twp, Washington Co., Ohio with wife Rachel.

1870 living in Columbia Twn, Martin Co., IN with wife Rachael, laborer Joseph Grabill, and domestic service Sarah Childers.

1880 Census lists Calvin Sadler (60) living with wife Miranda (35), daughter Nora (5), and nephew Benjamin Sherfick (12). This is probably Benjamin Oliver Sherfick, John Miller Sherfick's son, born in 1868. They are living by the Rennekers. (1880 Columbia, Martin, Indiana).

He was buried the day after Dallas Sherfick, son of John M. and Eliza Sherfick. He is buried near some of Dave Green's children, and his grave site is unmarked. It is near that of a William Tedrow.

He was a Republican while most Sherficks of his time were Democrats. He was trustee of Columbia Township, Martin County, Indiana at one time.
(from Howard Sherfick's notes taken on Jan. 21, 1963 in a conversation with John Sherfick)

Buried at Fairview Cemetery in Halbert Twp, Martin Co, Indiana.

 
SADDLER, Calvin (I239)
 
17 1850 Laban is living in Perry, Martin, Indiana with Richard C., mother Lucinda, older sister Emaline. Richard C. Stephens was listed as County Auditor of Martin County.

1860 Laban is living in Perry, Martin, Indiana with father R.C. Stephens and new stepmother A. M. Stephens, brother R.C., 60 yr. old Racheal Stephens (maybe a grandmother?) and a 26-yr old Lewis Stephens, and 18 yr old Lucinda H. Harman. R.C. Stephens (the father) was listed as a County Clerk.

1870 Laban's family was living in Center, Martin, Indiana. Now in the family was father Richard C. Stephens, stepmother Bell, brother Dick (Richard C.), 10 yr old Laura, 7 yr old Liddia/more likely Lydia, 8 yr old General, and 3 yr old Molly. His father was now listed as a farmer. Living nearby was Lewis Stephens and family. There is a Dock Stephens living in Shoals (Shoals is now in center township), living with a Rachel Stephens, possibly his sister or a wife. This isn't Dick Stephens because he is living with his father.

1880 Laban was back living with the family--father R.C. Stephens, stepmother Arabella M. Stephens, brother R. C. Jr., sister Flora, sister Rachael, sister Mary, brother Alonzo M. and sister Lillie. Laban was listed as Marshal of the town of Shoals and he was divorced. Also living with them was a cousin Frank Forbs, and boarders Wm Wilds, Chas Greenwood, Thomas Shehan, John Sainer, Lou Bachelor, and Nettie Hert. Laban's father ran the Hotel and his stepmother was hostess.

1900 Laban was living alone in Brown Township, Martin County, Indiana. His birth was listed as Mar 1846 in Indiana. He was listed as being married for 6 years, but the wife was not living with him. His occupation was a painter.

Found Martin Co. Marriages Book in the Shoals Library, page 30, lists Lena's and Laban's marriage on 21 Jan 1903.

Laban Died in a Poor Asylum in Martin County, Indiana.
 
Stephens, Richard C. Senior (I10260)
 
18 1850 Living in Perry, Martin, Indiana with Richard C., mother Lucinda, older sister Emaline. Richard C. Stephens was listed as County Auditor of Martin County.

1860 Living in Perry, Martin, Indiana with father R.C. Stephens and new stepmother A. M. Stephens, brother R.C., 60 yr. old Racheal Stephens (maybe a grandmother?) and a 26-yr old Lewis Stephens, and 18 yr old Lucinda H. Harman. R.C. Stephens (the father) was listed as a County Clerk.

1870 His family was living in Center, Martin, Indiana. Now in the family was father Richard C. Stephens, stepmother Bell, brother Dick (Richard C.), 10 yr old Laura, 7 yr old Liddia/more likely Lydia, 8 yr old General, and 3 yr old Molly. His father was now listed as a farmer. Living nearby was Lewis Stephens and family. There is a Dock Stephens living in Shoals (Shoals is now in center township), living with a Rachel Stephens, possibly his sister or wife. This isn't Dick Stephens because he is living with his father.

1880 Laban was back living with the family--father R.C. Stephens, stepmother Arabella M. Stephens, brother R. C. Jr., sister Flora, sister Rachael, sister Mary, brother Alonzo M. and sister Lillie. Laban was listed as Marshal of the town of Shoals, and he was divorced. Also living with them was a cousin Frank Forbs, and boarders Wm Wilds, Chas Greenwood, Thomas Shehan, John Sainer, Lou Bachelor, and Nettie Hert. Laban's father ran the Hotel and his stepmother was hostess.

1900 Laban was living alone in Brown Township, Martin County, Indiana. His birth was listed as Mar 1846 in Indiana. He was listed as being married for 6 years, but the wife was not living with him. His occupation was a painter.

Found Martin Co. Marriages Book in the Shoals Library, page 30, lists Lena's and Laban's marriage on 21 Jan 1903.

Died in a Poor Asylum in Martin County, Indiana. 
STEPHENS, Laban P. (I1891)
 
19 1850 Van Buren Twp, Daviess, Indiana.

15 Jul 1860 McCameron Twp, Martin, Indiana.

House Keeper 1880 District 156, McCameron Twp, Martin, Indiana.

11 Jun 1900 McCameron Twp, Martin, Indiana.

23 Apr 1910 McCameron Twp, Martin, Indiana. 
WILLIAMS, Jane (I1540)
 
20 1850 working with brother on the farm of John Wade's future in-laws, John and Catherine Robertson.

Found in the book: Affidavits and Consents for Persons Making Applications for Marriage Licenses in Washington County, Indiana 1844-1877. In this record Merida Wade Jr. let Hiram Rudder marry his daughter, Sarah Smith on 28 Aug 1851. Was this the 2nd marriage for her as her last name was Smith?
 
WADE, Meredith "Merida" Jr. (I2484)
 
21 1860 Census Cherokee Co., GA.

1880 Census Cherokee Co, GA.

1900 Census Jefferson Co., Alabama.

1910 Census Walker Co, Alabama. 
TREADAWAY, William Franklin (I4375)
 
22 1860 Census Cherokee Co., Ga.

1880 Census Cherokee County, GA. 
TREADWAY, Thomas A. (I4392)
 
23 1860 Census Cherokee Co., GA. TREADWAY, R. Toliver (I4371)
 
24 1860 Census Residence is Reeder, Anderson, Kansas Territory.

Military Service:
Civil War
K 57 Mass. Infantry

Name: Samuel H Holyoke ,
Residence: Westborough, Massachusetts
Occupation: Shoemaker
Enlistment Date: 31 March 1864
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Massachusetts
Unit Numbers: 969 969
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 31 March 1864 at the age of 39
Enlisted in Company K, 57th Infantry Regiment Massachusetts on 31 March 1864.
Joined Regiment on 30 May 1864
Absent, sick on 20 June 1864 (Estimated day)
Returned on 28 September 1864
POW on 25 March 1865 at Fort Stedman, VA
Exchanged on 29 March 1865 at Libby Prison, Richmond, VA
Returned on 11 May 1865
Mustered out Company K, 57th Infantry Regiment Massachusetts on 30 July 1865 in Delaney House, Washington, DC
Height: 5'9 "
Eye Color: blue
Hair Color: dark
Complexion: dark

1880 Census lists occupation as farmer. 1880 census lists residence as Valley Brook, Osage, Kansas. Clara is 20 yr. old daughter living with Samuel & Hannah.

1890 census has Samuel, Hannah, and 41 yr old daughter Clara living in Valley Brook, Osage, Kansas. Samuel is 75 yrs old and Hannah is 68.

1891 July 28 became Invalid as listed on benefits of Civil War Pension Index.
 
HOLYOKE, Samuel Howe (I252)
 
25 1860 living in Shawswick, Lawrence, Indiana with wife, daughters Elizabeth, Sarah, and Polly and sons Joseph, William, and James.

1870 living in Shawswick, Lawrence, Indiana with wife, William, and James.

1880 Living in Shawswick, Lawrence, Indiana at time of census with wife and sons James M, and Clayton D. Younger son William (17) was not listed.
 
IKERD, Jesse A. (I4035)
 
26 1860 was living in Wapello, Louisa, Iowa at age 6.

During 1900 census George and Rebecca were living in Las Animas Co., Colorado with daughter Della, adopted daughter Bessie Dawson, and 6 boarders who were miners. 1900 census lists George's occupation as a carpenter. He also takes in boarders as 6 miners are living with the family.

Saw mention of a Louis Sherfick, a student at Trinida Business College, immediately under George W. Sherfick's listing in R.L. Polk & Co.'s Trinidad city and Las Amimas County directory, 1905-1906.

1910 living in in Trinidad Ward 3, Las Animas, Colorado with wife Rebecca and children Pearl and Della.

1920 George is living in Trinidad, Las Animas, Colorado with his wife Rebecca. His occupation was carpenter.

1930 Census shows George W. and Rebecca living on Newport Avenue Long Beach Twn, Los Angeles, California.

George W. Sherfick, New and Second Hand Furniture, carpets, stoves, queensware, and household supplies at 320-322 Commercial. Tel. 5, res. 206 Tillotson, Tel Red 761.

 
SHERFICK, George W. (I1875)
 
27 1865 Kansas State census
1880 census for Atchison County, Kansas 
GRINDSTAFF, Melinda (I1959)
 
28 1865 Kansas State census with Grindstaffs. DENNING, Clarenda (I1960)
 
29 1870 census lists her name as Rachael, born in Ohio, and her age as 23! Tombstone at Spring Hill Cemetery lists her birth as 1825 and death as Aug 1 1870. BISHOP, Rachel (I240)
 
30 1870 census lists John as a 59-year old retired grocer and a new, 2-yr. old son, living in Lawrence Twn. Washington Co., Ohio. MYERS, John (I2570)
 
31 1880 Census Elm Township, Allen County, Kansas

He was a Grain Dealer. 
TREDWAY, Guy Martin (I5618)
 
32 1880 Census Elm Township, Allen County, Kansas.

1900 Census Elm Township, Allen County, Kansas.

1920 Census Allen County, Kansas. 
TREDWAY, James Taylor (I5616)
 
33 1880 Census Elm Township, Allen County, Kansas.

1900 Census Elm Township, Allen County, Kansas.

He was a teacher. 
TREDWAY, Charles Edwin (I5624)
 
34 1880 Census Grant Township, Reno Co., Kansas.

1900 Census Nickerson, Reno Co., Kansas.

1920 Census Hutchinson, Reno Co., Kansas. 
TREADWAY, Ernest H. (I4085)
 
35 1880 Census Grant Township, Reno Co., Kansas.

1900 Census Sterling, Rice Co., Kansas. 
TREADWAY, Alpheus Clarence (I4081)
 
36 1880 census Kate is living in hotel owned by brother William in Ohio as her husband had died. Her children living with her at the time were Lily A., Frank, Clyde, and Anna M.

Buried at Feldner Family Cemetery in Lower Salem in Washington Co., Ohio. 
SHERFICK, Catherine A. "Kate" (I267)
 
37 1880 Census Newton, Harvey County, Kansas. TREADWAY, Joseph William (I4985)
 
38 1880 census shows him living in Columbia Twn, Martin Co., IN.

In the 1910 census, Benjamin O. was living with Elizabeth & John on Shoals Hillhouse Road in Halbert Twn of Martin Co., IN.

Benjamin was a retired Coal miner, and the 1930 census lists him as farmer also.

Obituary:
Benjamin Sherfick Dies February 18
(1953)

Benjamin Oliver Sherfick passed away at his residence in Halbert Township, Wednesday, February 18, at 2:35 a.m. He was 85 years of age. Mr. Sherfick had been ill for about a year.

Mr. Sherfick was born in Ohio, January 10, 1868, the son of the late John M. and Catherine (Ruff) Sherfick. He was married in 1900, to Sarah Henzler. She has preceded him in death. Mr. Sherfick was a retired coal miner.

Surviving relatives are the following: one son, John C. Sherfick; one brother, Charles M. Sherfick; and one half-brother, John L. Sherfick, all of Shoals.

The funeral will be held Sunday, at 1:00 p.m., at the Shoals Christian Church, of which he was a member. Rev. M. M. Wright will conduct the services. Burial will be made in the Spring Hill Cemetery.

Friends may call at the Queen Funeral Home after 7 p.m., Thursday.

 
SHERFICK, Benjamin Oliver (I295)
 
39 1880 Census Texas, Hunt county, precinct 4, Edward Kane, father 34 NY, R.R. clerk, parents: father Ireland mother: Ireland, Sarah, Kane wife, age22, Wales
John Kane son, born in Texas

1900 Census Texas, Tarrant County, Ft Worth City, Precinct 1
Sarah Kane head Widow, April 1862, Wales, Ireland, Ireland
Franklin son, born January 1885 in Texas
Joseph son, born May 1887 in New York

1910 Census Missouri, Jackson County, Kansas City, Ward 6
Sarah M Kane, Head, age 49, born in England, parents Ireland and Ireland, Frank T Kane, son age 25 born in Texas
Joseph A son age 22 born New York
 
KANE, Edward Patrick (I6946)
 
40 1880 Census working on farm of his father, Daniel in Lost River, Martin, Indiana. He is single and 17 yrs. old.

Listed wrongly as Shirfick in Indiana Marriages. Marriage records also say that he was born in Washington Co., Ohio.

Charles Sherfick and his brother Samuel and his sister Cora Belle married Tredway siblings, Dicey C., Becky Ann, and George Tredway respectively.

1900 census show Charles, Dicy and 7 children living in Lost River, Martin Co., Indiana.

1910 census living in Lost River Twn, Martin Co., Indiana.

Charles Sherfick in 1915 was listed as a Trustee of Martin County, representing the Lost River Township.

Charles H. Sherfick in 1920 is living with wife Alta R. and son Charles R. in Lost River Twn, Martin Co., IN.

1930 Census, Lost River Twn, Martin Co., IN Census Person wrote Charley as his name, but he wrote it so illegibly, the census indexers thought it was Ansley H. Sherfick. Charles was living with second wife Alta R. Sherfick. Dewey was living with the couple. Dewey is Charles' son from his first wife.

Dicie and Charles have a brand new tombstone. 
SHERFICK, Charles H. (I273)
 
41 1880 Grant Township, Reno Co., Kansas.

1990 Nickerson, Reno Co. Kansas. 
TREADWAY, Buford Allen (I4079)
 
42 1880 Living as a widow with her children and brother William in Martin County, Indiana. Ancestry incorrectly lists her age as 57 instead of 37. BOUSMAN, Ann (I7094)
 
43 1880 Living only with his widowed mother, Elizabeth, 60 years old. (His name is misspelled Bowsmon) BOUSMAN, John (I7093)
 
44 1880 Living with sister Ann and her children. Ann is widow now. BOUSMAN, William (I7096)
 
45 1900 Census clearly lists Thomas E. Martins birth as May 1853.

Found the marriage of Jossie Lance to Thomas E. Martin in the Index to Marriage Record 1850 - 1920, Inclusive Vol.

In 1880 Thomas E. Martin is married to Jossie Martin and living in Vanderburgh County with a daughter, Lillie. He lists his parents as being born in Maryland and Virginia (the same as the 1900 census in Alabama with Georgia). The other Thomas Martins in 1880 are living somewhere else in 1910 while this Thomas lived in Indiana with Georgia. The only other promising Thomas Martin who was married to a Mary had a son Charlie with her. It is doubtful that he would name a son with Georgia Charlie if he already had one by that name. Also, Vanderburgh County is where Nellie married the Garrett man so I'm fairly certain that this is the same Thomas E. Martin that later married Georgia.

Found a Thomas E. Martin, died 19 Apr 1920, E. Indiana Hosp. Ins (Insane Asylum), 54 yr, Male, White. I know that the age of this Thomas is incorrect if Thomas was born March or May of 1853. He would actually be around 67. I have heard however that Georgia's first husband was in the insane asylum so this may be him with an incorrect age. It would work that he was not in the census of 1920 because that was likely finished after April 1920. 
MARTIN, Thomas E. (I117)
 
46 1900 census Coal Miner. COLLINS, George H. (I762)
 
47 1900 Census Franklin Township, Butler County, Nebraska

1920 Census Butler County, Nebraska. 
TREADWAY, Herbert David (I5307)
 
48 1900 Census Franklin Township, Butler County, Nebraska.

1920 Census Butler County, Nebraska. 
TREADWAY, David Pitner (I5268)
 
49 1900 Census Franklin Township, Butler County, Nebraska.

1920 Census Polk County, Nebraska. 
TREADWAY, Lloyd Ernest (I5318)
 
50 1900 Census living in Halbert, Martin, Indiana with father John, mother Rachel, and George and Grace.

In 1910 found in Indianapolis, Marion Co., Indiana as a lodger with 2 unknown men.

WWI (1917) Regitration Card lists his occupation as Dept. Manager of Carne & Feltman Shoes in Marion, IN. He had one wife, Mrs. Bessie Sherfick, living on 517 N. Alabama Street in Indianapolis, IN. His height was tall, his build was medium, his hair was grey, and his eyes were brown.

Living in 1920 in Indianapolis Ward 9, Marion, Indiana with wife Bessie.

Living in 1930 in Indianapolis, IN with new wife Leona.

Listed as Columbus, Ohio, In at death of mother.

OBITUARY:
GEORGE W. SHERFICK--- Funeral services were conducted for George W. Sherfick in Indianapolis at 1:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 13. (1959) and burial was made in the cemetery there. Mr. Sherfick was born and reared in and around Shoa1s, the son of John and Rachel (Waggoner) Sherfick. He died at the Masonic Home, at Franklin on Wed., Sept. 16. He was a member of the White River Lodge. F. & A. M. at Shoals. He is survived by a brother, William D. Sherfick of Indianapolis. (From THE SHOALS NEWS, Shoals Ind., dated Sept. 23. 1959, transcribed by Howard Sherfick)
 
SHERFICK, George Walter (I992)
 

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