I am looking for the husband of Catharine Lockridge b. 1795. She is in the 1850 census in Jefferson County with two sones James W. and John. Can anyone please tell me who her husband was. Thanks Barb Hall
They spent most of their married life near Belleview, about nine miles from Madison.
Madison Courier: Richard Henry Lee Kiser, son of William and Mary Lane (Lame) Kiser a pioneer family of Indiana, was born in Jefferson county, Indiana, September 2, 1851.
On August 10, 1875 he was married to Manerva Ann East of Bryantsburg. To this union seven children were born. three sons:george, Frank, and Charley; four daughters, Eva who preceded him to the grave a number of years, Grace, Lauriscie and Fay.
Dearborn County Military Histories
I am a descendant of this gentleman, born in Madison, Jefferson Co, IN. While William was born in Indiana, he spent most of his life in Pennsylvania and Maryland. I believe he is the grandson of Jonathan McClure and Catherine Shafner. Any assistance would be appreciated.
My name is Golden Combs Ferguson. I am married to Larry Adams Ferguson. Larry was born in Dearborn County; and after being adopted, lived in Madison, Jefferson County; until going into the US Army.
Larry was adopted by William Crozier and Susan Napier Ferguson of Jefferson County, as a toddler. Larry and I have been married 44 years this past June.
Seeking place of burial and parents of Rebecca Cotton Carlow Stewart b. Aug 4, 1828 d. Sep 2, 1896, married James McCarthy Stewart in 1855.
William McCasland filed a pension claim in Jefferson County for his service with the Pennsylvania Volunteers between 1777-1781. In his claim #W21790 there are two bible pages, one from when he was still living, and the other that his wife Eleanor submitted after his death.
The second record was recorded on the backside of the title page of The New Testament, Printed in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1795 by Mark and Charles Kerr, His Majesty's Printers.
William McCasland was born March 8, 1758 and was married 1781
Jain McCasland was born February 14, 1782