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201 Census 1930 3 APR 1930 Ohio, Tuscarawas Co., Goshen Twsp., New Philadelphia.

44663 New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas, Ohio SSN 
DENNING, Herman O. (I2069)
202 Census of 1840, John Waggoner is living in Martin County (the township is not stated) with 2 sons under 5, 1 son under 10, and wife age 20-30 (Sally White was 26). John was age 30-40 (he was born in 1808 so he was 32). Nearby were the Watsons and the Moores.

Census of 1850, Rutherford twp, Martin co, IN.

Census of 1870, Lost River twp, Martin co, IN living with his son, Seth Waggoner. He was a farmer. 
WAGGONER, John (I7174)
203 Census of 1850, Rutherford twp, Martin co, IN.

Census of 1860, Lost River twp, Martin co, IN.

Census of 1880, Columbia twp, Martin co, IN. He was a farmer.

William Wagoner Dead

The death of William Wagoner occurred at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Roswell Heckler in New Albany Saturday night. Mr. Wagoner formerly resided here and was known to practically every one in Martin county. He was a civil war veteran, he was also a member of the Masonic Fraternity. He was born June 22, 1837 in Dubois County, Ind., died at New Albany February 19, 1916 age 78 years, 7 months and 16 days. In 1860 he was united in marriage to Caroline Pierce of Martin County, lnd. To this union were born six children, two of them, Margaret A. Wagoner and Mrs. Emma Hoge, with their mother have preceded him to the Great Beyond. He leaves two daughters and two sons, Sherman of this county, George O. and Mrs. Roswell Heckler, of New Albany. and Mrs. Charles Myers of Marengo. His wife passed to the beyond about a month ago. One sister, Mrs. Sarah Tredway, of Center township, two half sisters Mrs. Rachel Sherflck of this city and Mrs. George Greene, of Windom, two half brothers, Columbus C. who lives at Washington and George M. of Lost River township survive him. The funeral was held at New Albany afternoon, services by W. H. Howerton. lnternment at the Fairview Cemetery.  
WAGGONER, William N. (I7146)
204 Census of 1850, Rutherford twp, Martin co,IN.

Census of 1860, Lost River twp, Martin co,IN living with his cousin, John J. Waggoner.

Census of 1870, Lost River twp, Martin co, IN. He was a farmer. 
WAGGONER, Seth (I7220)
205 Charles Cannon died in a mine collapse. CANNON, Charles Omer (I2452)
206 Charles De Pauw was born on 11 March 1753, in Ghent, Belgium. He was a boyhood firend of the Marquis de Lafayette and joined his fortunes with Lafayette's expedition and came to America. He fought throughout the war and was with Lafayette at the Battle of Brandywine and was wounded during the siege of Yorktown. He died on 31 August 1814, and was buried her in Crown Hill Cemetery (Salem, Washington Co., Indiana). He left a son, Napoleon Bonapart De Pauw.
From family records: Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, page 144 of volume 2; Representative Men in Indiana, vol. 2, page 10.

From religious persecution, they being Huguenots, the family was driven from France, and came to America. His lineage is traced to the original family seat at the old town of Pau, in the southwest of France.

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900:
Charles Lievin Depauw
Gender: male
Birth Place: Be
Birth Year: 1753
Spouse Name: Rachel Young
Spouse Birth Place: VA
Spouse Birth Year: 1764
Marriage Year: 1781
Marriage State: VA
Number Pages: 56

Helped George R. Clark obtain provisions for his boats in Kentucky in 1793. He was stationed near Danville. From the History of Kentucky Volume 1 of 1922. (Chapter XXIX, George Rogers Clark and the French Enterprise)

CHARLES DEPAUW was banished from Louisiana and his property seized by Spain around 1793-94. 
DEPAUW, Charles Lievin (I9179)
207 Charles once resided at Greenwood, Indiana. GREENE, Charles D. (I9436)
208 Charles Sherfick and his brother Samuel and his sister Cora Belle married Tredway siblings, Dicey C., Becky Ann, and George Tredway respectively. TREDWAY, George Washington (I995)
209 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SHERFICK, C.W.". Junior (I1558)
210 Charles was a retired farmer. He was a Vet of WWII, served in US Army. Also member of Shoals American Legion.

Military Service:
Name: Charles D Sherfick
Birth Year: 1900
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Indiana
State: Indiana
County or City: Martin

Enlistment Date: 4 Dec 1942
Enlistment State: Indiana
Enlistment City: Evansville
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)

Education: 1 year of high school
Occupation: Foreman, Warehouse (Warehouseman. )
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 72
Weight: 156

Charles (Dewey) Sherfick, 75, Shoals, died at his residence Wednesday at 5:30 a.m. He had been seriiously ill since December.

Mr. Sherfick was born April 9, 1900 to the late Charles and Dicie (Tredway) Sherfick in Martin County. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Shoals American Legion Post 61.

On February 18, 1950 he married Georgia Gerkin who survives.

Other survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Zora Abel, Seymour, and Mrs. Elsie Hufstetler of Colorado; one brother, Harold of Pekin, Indiana. One brother and five sisters are deceased.

Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Queen Funeral Home in Shoals with the Rev. Samuel Ohanian officiating. Burial will be in Sprill Hill Cemetery. The Shoals American Legion Post 61 will conduct graveside military rites. Friends may call after 1 p.m. Thursday at the Queen Funeral Home.

Obituary 2:
Funeral services for Charles Dewey Sherfick, 75, were held at 1:30 p.m. Friday, at the Queen Funeral Home, with Rev. Samuel Ohanian officiating.

The Hanson McFee Post No. 61 of the American Legion conducted military rites at Spring Hill Cemetery. Eddie Jones served as Sgt.-At-Arms and Vincent Dwyer was Chaplain. Color Bearers were Waldo Warner and Sam Bough.

Pallbearers were Gene Baker, Morris Allbright, Mike Dwyer, Charles Johnson, Thomas Harder, and Donald Shaw.

Mr. Sherfick died at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 16, 1975, at his home. He had been ill since December, 1974. He was born in Martin County on April 9, 1900, the son of Charles and Dicie (Tredway) Sherfick. He was a retired farmer and a veteran of World War II, having served in the U. S. Army. He was a member of the Shoals American Legion Post No. 61.

On February 18 1950, he married Georgia Gerkin and she survives. He also leaves a brother, Harold Sherfick, of Pekin, Ind., and two sisters, Mrs. Zora Abel, of Seymour, Ind., and Mrs. Elsie Hufstetler, of Colorado. One brother and five sisters preceded him in death.

SHERFICK, Charles Dewey "Dewey" (I906)
211 Checkout Valerie Boman's website for more details on area Bowmans:
Especially look under her link: Who's Your Daddy William?

In 1880 she was living with husband next door to son Richard's family in Perry, Martin, Indiana. She lists that she was born in Indiana and her parents were both born in Tennessee. 
BOWMAN, Lucinda "Cynthia" (I1473)
212 Chester moved to National City, San Diego Co., California in 1942. Chet and Jean moved to South East Arizona in 1982. He was a coal miner. HOLMAN, Chester Melvin "Chet" (I644)
213 Children info came from William Long at RootsWeb. Have not researched this yet.

1880 census finds John and Elizabeth living in Brown Twn., Martin, Indiana with children James, Mary, John, and William. John is listed as a laborer.

BARR, Elizabeth Malthace (I106)
214 Christopher was the First Postmaster of Windom, IN in April 1892.

Obituary, Feb 1942:
Ill since last August, when he suffered a stroke, Christopher Columbus Waggoner, 84 years old, of this city, died at 8:45 o'clock Monday night at the Daviess County Hospital, Washington, where he was a patient during the preceding week.

Mr. Waggoner was a native of Martin County and had been a resident of Shoals during the greater part of his life. He was engaged in the clothing business here for a number of years prior to his retirement about twenty years ago.

Born on November 4, 1857, he was the son of George and Polly (Bateman) Wagoner. He married Mary E. Lagenous 64 years ago and she survives with the following children, Mrs. Leona Cain, of Shoals, Mrs. Zora Witherby, of Cincinnati, Mrs. Ida Scott, of Terre Haute, Willard Waggoner, of Hood River, Oregon, Mrs. Ann VanDorn, of Cleveland, Ohio, Ted Waggoner, of Shoals, and a sister, Mrs. Rachael Sherfick, of Indianapolis. A step-brother, Frank Abel, also survives.

Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the family residence with the Rev. R. W. Pritchard, pastor of the Methodist Church, in charge. Burial was made in Spring Hill Cemetery. F. M. Baker & Son had charge of the funeral arrangements. 
WAGGONER, Christopher Columbus (I7554)
215 Civil War soldier headstone. Enlisted as a Private on 8 August 1862 as a Union solider in Company U, 27th Infantry Regiment Indiana. LAUGHLIN, John Duncan (I3225)
216 Clara gave her son her own maiden name rather than his father's. O'BRIEN, Clara (I9218)
217 Claud & Della moved to Floyd County, Indiana sometime after they were married and stayed there the rest of their lives. KENDALL, Della A. (I8466)
218 Clerk at Central Meat Market. Boards at father's place at 206 Tillotson.

Living in Rosemead, California in 1966 with no kids. Also resided at Rosemead/El Monte, California. She was a Chiropractor with an office in the Wright/Collendar (sp?) Building in Los Angeles. (Source, Barbara Larsen Middleton, Della's Step-Granddaughter) 
SHERFICK, Della Ann (I2579)
219 Coffin ordered for Elizabeth and paid for in 1820. May not have died until 1829. Perhaps she just went through periods of sickliness. HUTTON, Elizabeth (I3548)
220 COL. VINSON V. WILLIAMS, a native of Lawrence County, Ind., and ex-Sheriff, was one of four children born to DAVID and ANN (McCLELLAND) WILLIAMS, his birth occurred March 28, 1841. David Williams was a native of North Carolina, and came to Lawrence County, Ind., with his father, MAJ. VINSON WILLIAMS, in 1818. His wife's parents were natives of Ireland, from whence they came to this country in 1792, locating in Pennsylvania, where Mrs. Williams was born. In 1819 they settled at Old Palestine, in Lawrence County, Ind. Here Col. Williams' parents were married April 21, 1836, and their respective deaths, occurred in this county January 9, 1857, and October 19, 1877. V. V. Williams received only the advantages of the common schools in youth. On April 19, 1861, he enlisted in Company B, Eighteenth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry - the first Company raisedin Lawrence County for the late war - and served through the battles of Pea Ridge, Cotton Plant, Port Gibson, siege of Vicksburg, Fort Esperanza and other important engagements. At Port Gibson he was three times wounded, and of the thirty-four men then comprising the company twenty-two were wounded or killed. He was discharged May 1, 1863, and on his return home recruited what became Company B, Forty-Fifth Regiment, of which he was elected Captain on organization. At the organization of the regiment he was commissioned Major by Gov. Morton and in June, 1865, was promoted Lieutenant-Colonel. In this capacity he served until January, 1866, when he was honorably discharged. Since the war he had been engaged in various pursuits, principally farming. On May 16, 1867, Miss MARY OWEN became his wife, and WALTER C., MINNIE N., NORA ., and JOHN D. are their children. Col. Williams is a Sir Knight in Masonry and a lifelong Republican. In 1868 was elected County Sheriff, serving four years, and for eight years wasDeputy United States Marshal under Messrs. SPOONER and DUDLEY. (Shawswick Township,Lawrence County,Indiana)
Source: Linda Hatfield 
WILLIAMS, Col. Vinson Vandova (I1683)
221 Committed suicide by gun after receiving draft letter from government during WWII. His wife was 15 years older than him and had been married and divorced before marrying Charles. HUTTON, William Charles "Charles" (I1223)
222 Confusion on this name: I found this name listed as male--Emaline married Mary Maudlin, the later Sis Hoke. Will have to research this further. CHASTAIN, Sarah Emmaline (I8187)
223 Cora died of flu & effections at their farm home. MONTGOMERY, Cora Evaline (I1168)
224 Correct spelling of Bercher is unknown. BERCHER, Rosie (I7104)
225 Could possibly be the George R. Flagg, 1864-1930 Buried in Greenlawn Cemetery, Adams Twp. Wife Samantha "Mattie" Flagg was buried there 1870-1935 too.
FLAGG, George (I2202)
226 Could this be Farcillan's daughter, Ruth Estella? SHERFICK, Estella L. (I8536)
227 Crippled from infancy.

"Billie" Swords Succumbs

William Z. Swords, formerly of Shoals and who was known to almost everyone in this city and vicinity, died at 10 o'clock Sunday morning at the home of his brother, Charles Swords, near North Vernon. Born a cripple, Mr. Swords had gone through his life under a great handicap, and was obliged to go about in a wheel chair. Despite his cripple condition he managed to secure a limited education and learned the trade of a shoe cobbler, at which trade he worked in Shoals and elsewhere until within a few weeks of the day of his death. He also served a number of terms as justice of the peace in this city. He had been in failing health for several months and only a few weeks aog he closed his shoe repair shop here and went to live with his brother. Intestinal tuberculosis was the cause of death. 
SWORDS, William Z. "Billie" (I10159)
228 Crispin Tredway was a skillful rifleman, and in his young manhood found occupation in the winters by manufacturing wooden plows and harrows. He first settled on a farm given to him by his father, called Hoenslowheath. There all of his children were born and the eldest died. The year 1816 was a very cold one, with frost falling in the Maryland mountians every month of that year. While the case was not so extreme in Harford, impetus was still given to many to move west, and in September of 1817, Crispin and his family began the trip to Ohio. They had sold everything they owned, except what would fit in one wagon. They followed the National Pike, passing through Frederick, Hagerstown, Cumberland, crossing the Ohio River at Steubenville. The trip took about three weeks, including a one day delay caused by a broken axletree on the wagon.
Title: History of the Tredway Family
Abbrev: History of the Tredway Family
Author: William Thomas Tredway
Publication: W T Tredway, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1930
Note: RIN#9311
Source also: Daniel W. Treadway of RootsWeb

TREDWAY, Crispin (I5714)
229 Daniel was a cooper.

Military Service:
Military ABT 1813 Baltimore, Maryland

Source: Daniel W. Treadway 
TREDWAY, Edward (I5115)
230 Daniel was a Private in the Revolutionary War from 15 Apr 1781 to Feb 1782, Record numbers A.A.7902;W5. For this service, he received 20 lbs with a stipulation that 1 lb would be set aside for his heirs who could receive the interest. It was stated in the autobiography of his Grandson Francis Marion Treadway that Daniel had 2 horses shot from under him at the Seige of Augusta, Georgia.
http://members. ~Randy T/ NatTread.html 1 Jan 2001 
TREADWAY, Daniel (I4331)
231 David Sherfick, 40
JULY 21, 1967-FEB. 4, 2008

Wednesday February 6, 2008

David T. Sherfick, 40, Mooresville, died Feb. 4, 2008, in a head-on collision at Mann Road and Ind. 144.

He was born in Indianapolis on July 21, 1967, to William J. and Karla L. (Carey) Sherfick of Greenwood.

He lived in Mooresville for 18 years and previously resided in New Palestine for 22 years.

He was a 1985 graduate of New Palestine High School. He also attended the University of Indianapolis.

Sherfick attended the First United Methodist Church.

He was a soccer coach for Mooresville High School Junior Varsity Team and also coached his son on the Komets soccer team. He played soccer on a scholarship for Indiana Central and also played soccer for Indy Sports Indoor Soccer League.

Sherfick was currently a captain for the Brown Township Fire Department. Previously, he was a deputy fire marshal for White River Township Fire Department. He also worked at Warren Township Fire Department, which is where he started as a firefighter.

Survivors include his son, Joel David Sherfick of Mooresville; his parents; a sister, Julie L. Sherfick of Greenwood; and a special friend, Leta I. Thompson of Mooresville.

The funeral service will be 10 a.m. Friday at Mooresville High School Auditorium.

Visiting hours will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the First United Methodist Church in Mooresville.

Burial will be in Washington Park East, Indianapolis.

Jones Family Mortuary in Mooresville is in charge of the arrangements.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at
SHERFICK, David T. (I8994)
232 Death due to Mitral Insufficiency. HOSKINS, Isabella Olive (I737)
233 Death from complications of Parkinson's Disease. HOSKINS, Charles Ernest (I866)
234 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WADE, D.R. (I52)
235 Delorma said that her Mom used to go by a big tree in the old cemetery and lay a flower by a rock. There was no marker. She said this is my baby sister. Then she would walk back toward the back.

Note from Missy: The word Rose is underlined following her death entry in family bible. Could this have been her name? Also, no mention of a Freeman infant or daughter buried in Martin County in any of the inscription books. 
FREEMAN, Rose (I90)
236 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WADE, B.A. (I21)
237 Descendant of Captain Benjamin Casey of Revolutionary War.

During 1856 Iowas Census and 1860 US census living in West Point, Lee, Iowa with parents. 
CASEY, Montgomery (I8632)
238 Died as an infant. HANKINS, Sylvia Leese (I8498)
239 Died as an infant. SHERFICK, Mary Ann (I230)
240 Died at age 9 years, 6 months, 3 days. WILLIAMS, John (I3151)
241 Died at birth. Twin of Evangeline. ELLIS, Ellis (I3851)
242 Died at Fort Cottonwood in the Nebraska Territory. WADE, Benjamin Franklin (I2488)
243 Died at home: 3644 Troost ave. KANE, Grace Marie (I7451)
244 Died at only 5 years old from paralysis of the throat due to diphtheria.

At Rest

Edith Rene, daughter of Oscar Lucy Sherfick, was born April 9, 1919 near Wagoners' Chapel and died May 27, 1924 at the Daviess County hospital at Washington where she was there for treatment. Death resulted from paralysis of the throat, following an illness from diphtheria.

Little Edith was 5 years 1 month, and 18 days of age, and was of a bright and loving disposition which won her the love of all who knew her.

She leaves to mourn their loss father, mother, one sister, Mabel age 7 and one brother Ralph, age 3, besides a host of relatives and friends.

Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon at 1:30 at the M. E. Church by Rev. Homer Page, after which the remains were tenderly laid to rest in Spring Hill Cemetery. The family have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad hour of bereavement.

Obituary 2:
Child Dies In Hospital

Little Edith Sherfick, aged five years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sherfick of this city, died at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday night at the Daviess county hospital at Washington, to which institution she was taken on last Saturday for treatment. Death resulted from paralysis of the throat following an illness of diphtheria. The body was brought to Shoals Wednesday afternoon and the funeral will be held today with interment at Spring Hill Cemetery. The bereaved parents and two other children survive and have the sympathy of the community in their hour of sorrow.
(Shoals News - 30 May 1924) 
SHERFICK, Edith Rene (I917)
245 Died at the Ohio State Mental Hospital. KAIL, Clarence (I3999)
246 Died between 1971 (death of Lora) and 1975 (death of Dewey). She was living in Omaha, Nebraska at the time of Lora's death in 1971.
SHERFICK, Anna Elizabeth (I913)
247 Died from Broncho-pneumonia.

Martin County Death Record:
b. IN
d. Mitchelltree twp. - broncho-pneumonia - Dr. J. S. Gilkison -buried Trinity Springs.
Father: Benjamin Wade, IN
Mother: Effie Davis, IN 
WADE, Dorothy Pearl (I2418)
248 Died from Diphtheria larynx.

Charles Gordon, the little sixteen month old son of Ben and Effie Wade, died Thursday after a short illness of pneumonia fever. He leaves to mourn his untimely death, besides his parents, two brothers, Floyd, and George, and numerous other relatives. The family has the sympathy of the entie communtiy. He was buried in the new Trinity Springs Cemetery.

Martin County Death Record:
b. IN
d. Mitchelltree twp - Diptheria Larynyx - Dr. C. F. Hope - Buried Trinity Springs.
Father: Ben Wade, IN
Mother: Effie Pearl Davis, IN 
WADE, Charles Gordon (I2417)
249 Died from Pneumonia; influenza. PARISH, Roy Harold (I2428)
250 Died in a Car accident, Daviess Co., Indiana.
PARISH, Elmer Roy (I161)

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