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12201 Tomestone : 16 Sep 1803 - 8 Jun 1849
43 y. 8m. 13 d. 
Wolfe, Augustus (I1163)
 
12202 Tomestone died 18 Oct 1855, aged 1 month 6 day. Moyer, George (I296)
 
12203 Tomestone has nama as Anna Seeger Seeger, Anna Margaretta (I403)
 
12204 Tomestone has Name as Himmel, age 57 yrs, 3 m. 18 days. Hummel, John B. (I508)
 
12205 Tomestone in Parent cemetery Plot, date only. Hummel, No Name (I1209)
 
12206 Tomestone indicates he is husband of Anna
Seeger. 
Family F293
 
12207 Tomestone information.Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones. Goheen, David Allen (I2170)
 
12208 Tomestone information.Information provided by Nina M. Goheen of Downs, KS. Aug 1999. Nina is the widow of Sam Goheen and is now 94 years old. Her handwriting is clear and crisp. Has sent many obituaries and had sent her daughter to cemetery to copy tombstones. Goheen, David Allen (I2170)
 
12209 Tomestone Inscription - Hunter McWilliams Musser Sept 7, 1933 Aug 10, 1949. Musser, Hunter McWilliams (I2276)
 
12210 Tomestone Inscription - Anne Ewing Goheen 1881 - 1968 "Bless his Holy Name" Ewing, Anna Keziah (I384)
 
12211 Tomestone Inscription - Hunter Corbett 1916 - Goheen - 1964 Blessed is the man whose strength is in thee PS 84.5 Goheen, Hunter Corbett (I377)
 
12212 Tomestone Inscription - In Loving Memory of Richard R. P. Goheen 1914 -1946 Goheen, Richard Rhea Patton (I1889)
 
12213 Tomestone Inscription - Mother Belle McW. Goheen 1867 - 1957. McWilliams, Nannie Belle (I399)
 
12214 Tomestone inscription - Robert Harold Hull 1880 - Goheen - 1968 Medical Missionary 1905 - India - 1944 "Bless the Lord, O my soul." Goheen, Robert Harold Hull (I363)
 
12215 Tomestone inscription gives his civil war service as the same unit as Amos Myers. Co. G 148 Regt. PA Vol. Myers, John M. (I288)
 
12216 Tomestone is source of information Musser, Ralph Leslie (I660)
 
12217 Tomestone on plot of parents, Daughter, Infant. Hummel, No Name (I1208)
 
12218 tomestone stated birth year as 1865. Rishel, Jennie (Jamie S) (I1191)
 
12219 Tomestone states he was born 1851, the caculated date is 18 Dec 1853. Kline, William F. (I448)
 
12220 Tomestone with birth date no death date. Lonberger, John Pickard (I431)
 
12221 Tomestone with birthdate only. Lonberger, Rose Eva (I429)
 
12222 Tomestone with Myers Calvin 12 feb 1858, 1m 23 d - Infant Son, on Same stone with George Myers 18 Oct 1855 1m 6d Moyer, Calvin (I295)
 
12223 Tomestone with Myers Calvin 12 feb 1858, 1m 23 d - Infant Son, on Same stone with George Myers 18 Oct 1855 1m 6d Moyer, George (I296)
 
12224 Tomestone, Josie E., Sep 25, 1880 aged 2 years. Hummel, Joseph E (I1172)
 
12225 Tommie Leah Tillery, Place of Death: Runnels County, Ballinger
Female, White, Single, Date of Death 1 March 1926
Date of Birth 27 July 1913, in Perry County, Arkansas
School Girl
Father W. L. Tillery born Tennessee
Mother Anna Belle Fields born Texas
Informant Mrs. W. L. Tillery of Concho, Texas
Cause of Death Gun Shot
Attended from 28th Feb to 1 March 1926
Burial: Concho Texas: 1 March 1926

Although the date of death on the death certificate indicates March 1st the time of recorded death was 12:15 am. Surely she died on the 28th of February and then buried on March 1st the same day of filing of the death ceertificate. 
Tillery, Tommie Leah (I7856)
 
12226 Tommie Pope age 18 born Texas residence Cuddo Oklahoma
Ida May Seago age 17 born Indian Territory residence Cuddo Oklahoma
married by Baptist minister at Pleasant Hill Bryan County, Oklahoma 
Family F3821
 
12227 Tomstone Inscription gives 1883 as year of birth. In 1900 census he was born in Dec. 1883 in India. Goheen, John Lawrence (I364)
 
12228 Tony Younger age 40, born Michigan parents born Germany, is a carpenter
Hollie, wife, age 42, born Wisconsin and parents born Wisconsin
Sylvester, son, age 17, born Wisconsin
Raymond, son, age 15, born Wisconsin
Earl, son, age 12, born Wisconsin
Anna, daughter age 8 born Wisconsin 
Younger, Anton (I4172)
 
12229 Took over the business of hauling school children, school bus business. Goheen, Matthew Woods (I297)
 
12230 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Adams, Victoria Gale (I251)
 
12231 Township of Lincoln, PO Lebanon
J G Goheen age 40 born Pennsylvania
Mary M age 35 born Pennsylvania
Frank age 17 born Kansas
William age 14 born Kansas
Ada age 9 born Kansas
Maud age 5 born Pennsylvania
Living next to B F Peters 
Goheen, James Gardner (I1121)
 
12232 Trade learned in "William Moore & Sone hardware and tinning firm in Saltsburg. Then became shareholder in firm. Moved to Avonmore, PA Ewing, Ira Charles (I1476)
 
12233 Trained Nurse. Passport Application to take up missionary Work in India. Sailing from Vancover, B.C. on board the Empress of Japan on 16 Aug 1917. Mrs Anna M. Hull her aunt swore to the fact that she was born at Mahabaleshwar, India on 30 Mar 1891. Frances is five feet seven inches, Low forhead, hazel eyes, large nose, sharp chin and full face. Goheen, Frances Anna (I367)
 
12234 Transcribed obituary, parents Robert and Margaret Murray Goheen among pioneer settlers in the Glades, occupying a farm near the village of Rock Springs. John Bailey Goheen born September 20, 1845, lived 87 y, 3 m, 24 d. Served in Civil war, Married 1869, and farmed "The Loop", 58 years ago then moved to Baileyville, where spent rest of life. Member of Presbyterian Church. Had been member of board of Directors of Farmer's Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Married 15 Sep 1869 to died 26 years ago. He was the last of eleven children.

Transcribed newspaper clippings of Miss Gertrude Miller (1945) at "Glade Farms" Pennsylvania Furnace, Pa.
JOHN BAILEY GOHEEN, the dean of that pioneer family in the Western end of the county and a man universally esteemed by a large circle of friends, is no more. He passes away peacefully at his home at Baileyville at midnight last Thursday. He had bee ill only a few days and his death was a general breaking down of his once strong constitution.
His parents, Robert and Margaret Murray Goheen were among the pioneer settlers in the Glades, occupying a farm near the village of Rock Springs. It was there John Bailey Goheen was born September 20th 1845. He had lived to the ripe age of 87 years, 3 months and 24 days. Before he had attained his majority the Civil War was on and he enlisted for service and proved a good soldier. On his return home he worked on the farm until his marriage in 1869 when he engaged in farming for himself in "The Loop." Fifty eight years ago he moved to the farm near Baileyville, which he later purchased and where he spent the balance of his life. His most striking characteristics were his strict integrity and kind brotherly feeling for his fellow man. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church from boyhood and for many years had been a trustee. He was a member of the G.A.R. and for a long period of years had been a member of the board of Directors of the Farmer's Mutual Fire Insurance CO.
On Sept. 15, 1869 he married Miss Mary Ann Bailey, who passed away 26 years ago, but surviving him are five children:
Dr. George B Goheen, of Coalport
R. Hamill Goheen,
Lettie G.
Anna Mary and
Nora L, All on the home farm. He was the last to go of a family of eleven children. Funeral services were held in the Presbyterian Church at Graysville at 2 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, by his pastor, Rev. Samuel R Brown. Six of his close friends acted as pall bearers.: Warren Ingram, Daniel Patterson, Arthur Miller, G W Judy, J Milo Campbell and James Grazier. 
Goheen, John Bailey (I304)
 
12235 Transcribed obituary, parents Robert and Margaret Murray Goheen among pioneer settlers in the Glades, occupying a farm near the village of Rock Springs. John Bailey Goheen born September 20, 1845, lived 87 y, 3 m, 24 d. Served in Civil war, Married 1869, and farmed "The Loop", 58 years ago then moved to Baileyville, where spent rest of life. Member of Presbyterian Church. Had been member of board of Directors of Farmer's Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Married 15 Sep 1869 to died 26 years ago. He was the last of eleven children. Family F98
 
12236 Transfer of land to Rowland Evans, from estate of Benjamin Jacobs (dec.). This envolved all of Benjamin's brother's and sisters and their spouses. It is recorded in Westmoreland Co. Deed Book Volume A part 1. page 137. Goheen, John (I317)
 
12237 Transferred to Rock Island Barracks, Illinois.
The barracks were enclosed by a stockade fence 1300 feet long, 900 feet wide, and 12 feet high. A board walk was constructed on the outside of the fence, four feet from the top and sentry boxes were placed every one hundred feet. There were only two openings into the enclosure; these consisted of double gate sally ports located on the east and west ends of the fence. A strong guard house was erected outside the enclosure at each of the two gates.

The Commissary-General of Prisoners, Colonel Hoffman, made an inspection of the prison in November 1863 and in his subsequent report to the Secretary of War reported the prison at Rock Island had not as yet received prisoners. Just a few days before Colonel Hoffman's inspection trip a large fire had destroyed several of the prison barracks in Camp Douglas located near Chicago, Illinois. Colonel Hoffman, in his report to the Secretary of War stated it was his intention to transfer one thousand of these prisoners left without shelter to Rock Island Prison Barracks.
This transfer did not occur, however, and it was not until December 3, 1863 that the first group of prisoners arrived at the Rock Island prison. These men, numbering 5,592 in all, were a part of the group of prisoners captured by General Grant's Army in the battles of Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge on November 24th and 25th.

There must have been a great deal of suffering in this group on their arrival. They were far from their homes and the coldness of the climate must have left them half frozen for on the day of their arrival the temperatures dropped to 32 degrees below zero. This condition was aggravated by sickness among them, the worst disease being the dreaded small pox. The prison doctors found 94 cases of this disease in the group and all had been exposed to it. The prison surgeon in charge, Doctor J.J. Temple, his assistant Surgeon Iles - an old man, and Doctor Moxley were faced with the responsibility of checking this terrible disease without hospital wards or adequate medicines. According to the report made by the Assistant Surgeon General A.M. Clark, after making his inspection of the prison in February 1864, Doctor Temple was not aware of the extent of his authority or duties as a surgeon in charge, Doctor Iles, although skilled professionally, was completely bewildered; and Doctor Moxley was a very young officer only commissioned a short time, anxious to do his duty but entirely unfitted both by temperament and experience for a charge of such magnitude.

On December 3, 1863, the first prisoners -- 5,592 in all -- arrived at the new facility. On the day of their arrival, the temperature stood at thirty-two degrees below zero and two feet of snow lay on the ground. Worse, it was discovered that ninety-four of those prisoners had smallpox. Hoffman had neglected to include any construction plans for a hospital at his new prison camp. Consequently, the sick had to be left in the barracks among the healthy. By the end of the month, 245 were sick, from smallpox and pneumonia, and 94 had died. Before long, there would be an average of more than 250 deaths a month in the prison’s first four months of operation.

By the end of January 1864, little more than seven weeks into its existence, 635 of the 8,000 POWs confined at the Rock Island facility were sick, and 325 had died. During the same period, seven of the guards had perished. The POWs, as at nearly all the facilities by this time, no longer cared, or were unable to properly police the grounds or make any substantial effort at any kind of sanitary practices. Rock Island was in the midst of coping with an epidemic and was still without a hospital. When Surgeon and Acting Medical Inspector Augustus M. Clark arrived on February 10, he immediately directed that certain barracks in the southwest section of the compound be designated as hospital facilities and that pesthouses be erected about a half mile outside the prison along the south shore of the island. By end of February, there were still 708 sick and another 346 deaths. The 671 burials took place in a graveyard established about four hundred yards south of the prison. The site was then moved in mid-March, at Clark’s suggestion, to a new site one thousand yards southeast of the prison. Union guards, who were succumbing to the smallpox in increased numbers, were buried one hundred yards northwest of the POW cemetery.

The pesthouses were completed that same month and all prisoners suffering from smallpox were moved there. The eleven barracks previously used for them were thoroughly cleaned and whitewashed and, afterward, used as noncontagious disease wards. Meanwhile as prisoner rations were reduced and the savings placed in a prison fund, a hospital was built from $30,000 that was eventually accumulated in the account. 
Cave, Robert Bruce (I8549)
 
12238 Translation with help of FHL experts: 22 August 1734 Daniel Marburger and Anna Gertraud has a son Johannas Marburger, the witness was Maria Catalina Johannas, E.A [single daughter]. a person had to be an adult to be a sponsor for a child. That means that the person was confirmed which happened usually between 15 and 18 years but as early as 12 years of age. Marburger, Johanes (I2846)
 
12239 Translation: Anna Maria daughter of Johann Herman Braun and Anna Catharine married people from here daughter was born 16 February and baptisen on 25th The wittnessed were Johana George (Spritz)? in Rohiboch and Anna Maria daughter of Johann Daniel Driesbag Court worker in Balch legimate daughter. Braun, Anna Maria (I2709)
 
12240 Travis, Asberry H - og age
Goheen, Isabella M. - os age concent of father
by James Burnham minister at T. L. Goheen's Marshcall County, Kentucky
wit: John Morefield, T.L. Goheen
marriage bond book #2 marriage docket, license # 2066 
Family F1129
 
12241 Trinity Church Records "No child survives" is pinned next to his record???? Meyer, Johan Matthaeus (I2794)
 
12242 Twelve Mile, by-line by Mrs Allen Gledhill; Mr and Mrs Shirley Vinsonhaler visited Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs Harold Miller and Roger.
Information provided by Max Goheen, P.O. Box 203, Downs, KS 67437. 
Vinsonhaler, Shirley Carl (I1310)
 
12243 twin Goheen, William Mayberry (I3069)
 
12244 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Green, Laura Wallis (I2179)
 
12245 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Green, Martin Richard (I2180)
 
12246 two households from Janniea Albright their mother
Bessie Straight born Jul 1876 Kansas
W D McGuire, boarder
Chas Albright boarder, Feb 1881 single born California father New York mother England, machinest
Frank Albright Aug 1870, born Iowa father New York mother England, machinist lumber Mill
George Nov 1877 born Iowa father New York mother Iowa, farm laborere 
Albright, Charles H (I6577)
 
12247 two households from Janniea Albright their mother
Bessie Straight born Jul 1876 Kansas
W D McGuire, boarder
Chas Albright boarder, Feb 1881 single born California father New York mother England, machinest
Frank Albright Aug 1870, born Iowa father New York mother England, machinist lumber Mill
George Nov 1877 born Iowa father New York mother Iowa, farm laborere 
Albright, Frank (I6578)
 
12248 two households from Janniea Albright their mother
Bessie Straight born Jul 1876 Kansas
W D McGuire, boarder
Chas Albright boarder, Feb 1881 single born California father New York mother England, machinest
Frank Albright Aug 1870, born Iowa father New York mother England, machinist lumber Mill
George Nov 1877 born Iowa father New York mother Iowa, farm laborere 
Albright, George (I6579)
 
12249 two households from Janniea Albright their mother
Bessie Straight born Jul 1876 Kansas
W D McGuire, boarder
Chas Albright boarder, Feb 1881 single born California father New York mother England, machinest
Frank Albright Aug 1870, born Iowa father New York mother England, machinist lumber Mill
George Nov 1877 born Iowa father New York mother Iowa, farm laborere 
Albright, Charles H (I6577)
 
12250 Two Hugh Goheen's were born within a year of each other as evidenced by the years they became a single freeman. The Hugh, son of John moved to Honeybrook in Chester County, Pennsylvania. The name of his wife is unknown Goheen, Davis E (I1869)
 

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