|Payne DIXON was born about 1859 in , Henderson, KY. Parents: Wynn W. DIXON and Elizabeth HAMMACK.|
Permelia Frances DIXON was born on 13 February 1837 in KY. She died in July 1897 at the age of 60 in ,Union, KY.
Ray Tonie DIXON was born on 2 October 1908 in Sabinal, Uvalde, Texas. He died in January 1978 at the age of 69 in San Antonio, Bexar, Texas. !SOURCES:1)Social Security Death Index SSN 467-03-4828
Rebecca Hart DIXON was born about 1840 in , Henderson, KY. She died on 7 February 1928 at the age of 88 in , Henderson, KY. She was buried in Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, Henderson, KY. Parents: Payne DIXON and Hannah Ann SAVAGE.
Spouse: Samuel M. ELAM.
Richard William DIXON died unknown.
Robert J. DIXON died before 1865. He was born in IL.
Spouse: Louisa J. SCOTT. Louisa J. SCOTT and Robert J. DIXON were married on 22 November 1860 in , Yamhill, OR.
Roger S. DIXON was born on 25 May 1885 in Henderson, Henderson, KY. WW1 draft registration: Roger S. Dixon, 1514 Poplar St. Cairo, Alexander, IL, 33, dob May 25th 1885, white, native born, Hotel Clerk, Emp: Charles Ladenbuger, 810 Washington Ave. Cairo, Alexander, Ills. nearest relative: Mattie R. Dixon, (mother) 105 East B--- vista, Highland Park, ?, signature: Roger S. Dixon, medium height, medium build, grey eyes, gray hair, Cairo, Alexander co Ills Board He died on 21 April 1924 at the age of 38 in Cairo, Alexander, IL. living in Cairo, IL in mother's obit; IL death certificate #2020114 Parents: Wynn Glass DIXON and Martha RANDOLPH.
Susan DIXON (private).
Susan B. DIXON was born about 1832 in , Henderson, KY. Parents: Payne DIXON and Hannah Ann SAVAGE.
Susan B. DIXON was born in December 1849 in , Henderson, KY. She died on 9 July 1904 at the age of 54 in , Henderson, KY. She was buried on 11 July 1904 in Fernwood Cemetery, Henderson, KY.
Spouse: Dixon Alexander POSEY. Susan B. DIXON and Dixon Alexander POSEY were married on 5 November 1872 in Henderson, Henderson, KY. Henderson co KY MB 12/54 Children were: Alexander H. POSEY, Ida M. POSEY, Mary H. POSEY, Mattie D. POSEY, Angus McDonald POSEY, Susan F. POSEY.
Theda DIXON was born on 28 November 1916 in ,Kershaw, SC. She died on 17 May 1923 at the age of 6 in Camden, Kershaw, SC. SC death certificate #1923-7894, Theda Dixon, DeKalb, Kershaw, SC, female, white, single, dod 17 May 1923, cause: burned to death in Cleveland School fire, age 7, bp SC, father: C. Lem Dixon, bp SC, mother: Teresa Burgess, bp SC, informant: J. B. Burgess, Camden, burial: 18 May 1923, Beulah Church She was buried on 18 May 1923 at Beulah Church Cemetery in Camden, Kershaw, SC. buried in the mass grave of the Cleveland School fire victims Parents: Charley Lemuel "Lem" DIXON and Theresa BURGESS.
Thelma DIXON was born on 2 November 1913 in ,Kershaw, SC. She died on 17 May 1923 at the age of 9 in Camden, Kershaw, SC. SC death certificate #1923-7893, Thelma Dixon, DeKalb, Kershaw, SC, Female, white, Single, dod 17 May 1923, cause: burned to death Cleveland School fire, age 10, bp SC, father: C. Lem Dixon, bp SC, mother: Teresa Burgess, informant: J. B. Burgess, Camden, burial: 18 May 1923, Beulah Church She was buried on 18 May 1923 at Beulah United Methodist Cemtery in Camden, Kershaw, SC. buried in the mass grave of the Cleveland School fire victims Parents: Charley Lemuel "Lem" DIXON and Theresa BURGESS.
Theron DIXON was born on 28 November 1916 in ,Kershaw, SC. He served in the military on 5 December 1945 in Fort Bliss, El Pason, TX. US WWII Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946, Theron Dixon, by 1915, white, citizen, bp SC, residence: Charleston, SC, enlistment date, 5 Dec 1945, place: Fort Bliss, El Paso, TX, PFC, enlistment for Hawaiian Department, education, 2 years of H.S., Married, height: 07, weight: 299 He died on 4 September 1985 at the age of 68 in Fort Myers, FL. Tombstone, inscription: US Air Force, World War II
obituary, The Aiken (SC) Standard, Friday,September 6, 1985, p.16
FORT MYERS, Fla.--Theron Dixon, brother of Charles Dixon of Aiken, died Wednesday.
Mr. Dixon was 68.
The funeral will be held at noon tomorrow in Beulah United Methodist Church Cemetery in Camden.
A native of Camden, Mr. Dixon was a son of the late Lemuel and Theresa Burgess Dixon. He was a veteran of World War II. He was a member of St. Hilary's Episcopal Church in Bangor, Maine.
Other survivors include his widow, Marie A. Dixon; three sons, Warren E. Dixon, Marietta, Ga., and James Dixon and William C. Dixon, Fort Myers; one other brother, Leland Dixon, Charleston; and grandchildren.
Memorials may be sent to the Beulah United Methodist Church Theron was buried on 7 September 1985 at Beulah United Methodist Cemtery in Camden, Kershaw, SC. Theron is buried just outside the fence surrounding the mass grave of the Cleveland School fire victims that caused the deaths of his twin, his mother and his other two sisters Parents: Charley Lemuel "Lem" DIXON and Theresa BURGESS.
Spouse: Marie Vernette ASTON. Marie Vernette ASTON and Theron DIXON were married on 12 July 1980 in Hampton, ME. ME marriages, 1892-1996, ancestry.com Children were: William Charles DIXON, James Theron DIXON, Warren E. DIXON.
Thomas Edward DIXON was born about 1894 in , Henderson, Kentucky. He died on 4 June 1957 at the age of 63. !SOURCES:1)Moseley Family Folder,Henderson,KY Public Library:2)Tombstone: Fernwood Cem,Henderson,KY:Plot CPG 1017: Parents: Wiley Lee DIXON and Nancy Dixon MOSELEY.
Warren DIXON (private).
Warren E. DIXON (private). Parents: Theron DIXON and Marie Vernette ASTON.
Wiley Lee DIXON was born on 7 January 1871 in , Henderson, Kentucky. He died on 1 March 1905 at the age of 34 in , Henderson, Kentucky. !SOURCE:1)Moseley Family Folder,Henderson,KY Public Library:2)Tombstone:Fernwood Cem.Henderson,KY:Plot 468-7:
Wiley Lee DIXON Jr. was born in 1890 in , Henderson, Kentucky. He died in September 1938 at the age of 48 in Rockford, Winnebago, Illinois. Moseley Family Folder,Henderson,KY Public Library; Henderson,KY WB Gp554 dated 22 Feb 1929 proved 26 Sept 1938: Parents: Wiley Lee DIXON and Nancy Dixon MOSELEY.
Wiley Lee DIXON III was born on 13 December 1915. He died on 20 January 1942 at the age of 26 in Zentsuji, , POW Camp, Guam. He was buried on 13 October 1948 in Henderson, Henderson, Kentucky. "The Descendants of William Deupree, A Supplement,1985,p75, by Susan Deupree Jones:2)Tombstone:Fernwood Cem.Henderson,KY:Plot 468-5: Class of 1939,U.S. Military Academy,West Point,NY
Serving in Philipines at start of WWII, survived Bataan Death March, first man to die at Zentsuji POW Camp, Guam Parents: Wiley Lee DIXON Jr. and Gazelle TOOMBS.
Willene DIXON was born on 12 September 1921 in ,Kershaw, SC. She died on 17 May 1923 at the age of 1 in Camden, Kershaw, SC. SC death certificate #1923-7895, Willene Dixon, DeKalb, Kershaw, SC, female, white, single, dod 17 May 1923, age 2 yrs 6m, cause: burned to death in Cleveland School fire, bp SC, father: C. Lem Dixon, bp SC, mother: Teresa Burgess, bp SC, informant: J. B. Burgess, Camden, burial: 18 May 1923, Beulah Church She was buried on 18 May 1923 at Beulah United Methodist Cemtery in Camden, Kershaw, SC. buried in the mass grave of the Cleveland School fire victims Parents: Charley Lemuel "Lem" DIXON and Theresa BURGESS.
William Charles DIXON (private). Parents: Theron DIXON and Marie Vernette ASTON.
Wynn DIXON (private).
Wynn Glass DIXON was born on 24 March 1855 in ,Henderson, KY. He died on 24 February 1944 at the age of 88 in Detroit, Wayne, MI. He was buried on 27 February 1944 at Fernwood Cemetery in Henderson, Henderson, KY. Cemetery Plot 555,11;
Starling's History of Henderson County, Kentucky, 1887
WYNN GLASS DIXON
Wynn Glass Dixon is a young farmer, living upon, and operating one hundred and fifty acres of fine farming land, which he owns, and upon which he successfully grows tobacco, wheat, corn and hay. He is a gentleman rather more professional looking in appearance than is usally the case with planters and cultivators of the soil. He comes from a family, both sides representing a worthy professional lineage--in several instances, in fact, unsurpassed for legal learning and governmental polity. He is a son of Charles Cornelius Dixon, who was a highly influential and worthy citizen of this county, and Isabella Pauline Clay, a second cousin of Henry Clay.
Mr. Dixon was born in Henderson County, 24 Mar 1855, and received his primary education from the county schools. Subsequent to that time, he matriculated at one of the best educational institutions at Mt. Vernon, Indiana. At this place he graduated, and since that time, has been engaged in farming.
On 17 Dec 1878, he was married to Miss Mattie Randolph of this county, and two children, Ruby Dixon and Roger Sherman, now bless that happy union.
In politics, Wynn is a Democrat, in religious opinion and training, a Cumberland Presbyterian. He has never joined a Lodge of any kind, but stays quietly at his home, sujrrounded by a loving household, where the moonlight of connubial felicity shines upon him, without going elsewhere to see pleasures in the society of men. Wynn's father, Charles died in the year 1881, ages sixty-two years.
1900 census, Henderson Ward 3, Henderson, KY, p12A, ED 58, T623_527, 522 First St.,
230/237 Wynn G. Dixon, H, W, M, Mar 1855, 45, M, 21, KY KY KY, Sheriff of Co., 0, yes yes yes R H
Mattie R. Dixon, wife, W, F, Aug 1858, 41, M, 21, 5-5, KY KY KY, yes yes yes
James A. Dixon, son, W, M, Apr 1882, 18, S, Deputy Sheriff of Co., yes yes yes
Rodger Dixon, son, W, M, May 1885, 15, S, KY KY KY, at school, 9, yes yes yes
Charles Dixon, son, W, M, Jun 1888, 11, S, KY KY KY, at school, 9, yes yes yes
Wynn Dixon, Jr. son, W, M, Sep 1894, 5, S, KY KY KY, yes yes yes
Jane Dixon, dau, W, F, Oct 1896, 3, S, KY KY KY, no no yes
1910 census, Mag. District 4, Ballard, KY, p14B, ED 9, T624_463
222/225 Wynn G. Dixon, H, M, W, 55, M1, 32, KY KY KY, English, Operator Farm, Emp, yes yes O F F
Mattie R. Dixon, wife, F, W, 52, M1, 32, 5-5, KY KY KY, English,none, yes yes
Charlie C. Dixon, son, M, W, 21, S, KY KY KY, English, farm laborer, home farm, W, yes yes no
Wynn G. Dixon, Jr. son, M, W, 17, S, KY KY KY, English, farm labor, home farm, W, yes yes no
Jane R. Dixon, dau, F, W, 13, S, KY KY KY, English, none, yes yes yes
Conway Estes, Boarder, M, W, 17, S, KY KY KY, English, farm laborer, Farm, W, no 0, yes yes no Parents: Charles Cornelius DIXON and Isabella Pauline CLAY. Parents: Charles Cornelius DIXON.
Spouse: Martha RANDOLPH. Martha RANDOLPH and Wynn Glass DIXON were married on 17 December 1878 in , Henderson, KY. Henderson County KY MB 15 p. 312 Children were: James A. DIXON, Roger S. DIXON, Charles Cornelius DIXON, Wynn Glass DIXON Jr., Jane Randolph DIXON.
Wynn Glass DIXON Jr. was born on 12 September 1893 in Henderson, Henderson, KY. He died in April 1973 at the age of 79 in Royal Oak, Oakland, MI. SSDI 362-10-3773; WW1 draft registration: Wynn G. Dixon, 2873, Woodward, Highland Park, Mich., Sept 22, 1893, natural born, Henderson, KY, American, Embalmer and Manager of Undertaking, A. E. Crosby, Highland Park, Mich., no dependents, single, white, no military service; claims exemption under business principles, medium height, slender, gray eyes, brown hair, June 4, 1917 Parents: Wynn Glass DIXON and Martha RANDOLPH.
Wynn W. DIXON was born about 1825 in , Henderson, KY. Parents: Payne DIXON and Hannah Ann SAVAGE.
Spouse: Lillian Lorraine GOOD.
Mary DOANE (private).
Spouse: Joshua Ethridge SWINFORD.
Darla DOBBINS (private).
Spouse: Macarthur MCCUISTON.
Leah DOBBINS was born about 1798 in ,Wise, VA. She died before 1 June 1850 at the age of 52 in ,Lawrence, AR. date given in biographical sketch on son, in the History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade, and Barton Counties, Missouri, republished 1973
Arthur L. DOBBS was born on 28 September 1888 in KS. He died on 29 March 1975 at the age of 86. He was buried on 31 March 1975 at Oxford Cemetery in Oxford, Sumner, KS. findagrave.com, photo of tombstone Parents: Hiram Bruce DOBBS and Mary Ada OSHEL.
Aungier DOBBS Jr. was born about 1798 in ,Washington, PA. He died before 11 November 1869 at the age of 71 in , Marshall, WV. Will of Auger Dobbs dated 1 Jun 1869, admitted for probate 11 November 1869
In the name of God Amen. I Auger Dobbs of Moundsville Marshall County and State of West Virginia being weak in body, yet of sound mind and disposing memory and knowing that all men are born to die, herby dispose of the goods that God has been pleased to bless me with in the follow manner that is to say.
First, It is my will that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid out of the proceeds of my estate as soon as possible after my decease.
Second I desire and direct that the House and Lot situated in the Town of Moundsville in which I now live shall be sold by my Executor, hereinafter named as soon after my decease as may be convenient, and the proceeds there of divided amongst my Lawful heirs hereinafter named in the following manner:
First, I give and bequeath to my son Porter Dobbs the Sum of Fifty Dollars
To my daughter Jane Howard one Dollar
To my daughter Eliza Byrens, one Dollar
The said Jane and Eliza having heretofore received the Sums allowed them by me.
Second I give and bequeath to my three Grand Children the heirs of my daughter Kassa Lutes now deceased, (whose names I do not now remember) the Sum of Fifty Dollars Each.
3rd I bequeath to my son William Dobbs, Emily Harris and Caroline Knox Each an Equal share of the remainder of the proceeds of my said real Estate Except that fifteen dollars is to be deducted from the Share of the said Caroline Knox, the same being for the price of a wagon sold by me to William Knox, the husband of said Caroline which has not yet been paid for. And as to my personal property I dispose of the Same in the following manner:
4th I give and bequeath to my son William Dobbs all my Edged Tools of every description, my stove and all my clothes, also my money and and bonds and bonds owing or due me at the time of my decease.
5th I Give and bequeath to my daughter, emily Harris my silver watch and my clock and my family Bible.
6th I give and bequeath to my daughter Caroline Knox my Bureau.
7th I desire that the remainder of my personal property not before mentioned such as bedstead Bed and bedding Kitchen & household furniture be mutually divided among my children as they may think right and proper. If they should not so agree I direct my Executor hereinafter named to sell the Same at public Sale and divide the proceeds between my sons & daughter, Share and Share alike after paying the expense of any Such Sale So made.
I hereby nominate Constitute and appoint my friend Walter Evans, Sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament and herby revoking all former wills made by me declare this to be my last. In Testimony where of I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this first day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and Sixty nine.
Augier Dobbs (Seal)
Signed, Sealed and delivered by Auger Dobbs the testator as his last will and Testament in presence of us who at his request and in his presence and in the presence of Each other have subscribed as names hereto as witnesses this 1st day of June 1869.
At a Marshall County Recorders office, Dec. 15th 1869 for the matter of the paper writing proporting to be the last will and testament of Auger Dobbs Decd & offered for probate by Walter Evans claiming to be the Executor thereof.
Be it remembered that on the 11th day of Nov. 1869, Walter Evans delvered to the Recorder of Marshall County Said paper writing proporting to be the last Will & Testament of Auger Dobbs Decd dated June 1st 1869 and obtained from said Recorder process directed to the Sheriff of Marshall County requiring him to Summon Alexander Byrens & Eliza Byrens his wife, John M. Harris & Emily his wife, Wm Knox & Caroline his wife, & Wm Henry Lutes, Emily Bell Lutes & Susan J. Lutes, heirs of Cassa Lutes, Decd & parties interested in the probate of said Will to appear at the office of the Recorder of Marshall Co W Va on the 15th day of Dec 1869 to Show Cause why Said will should not be admitted to probate & at the Same time proess was directed to the Sheriff of Wood Co WVa requring him to summon Wm Dobbs to appear on the Said 15ths day of Dec. at the said office of the Recorder of Marshall Co WVa & it was ordered that a notice be printed in the "National" a paper published in Moundsville for four weeks as to certain non resident interested in the probate of Said will. A copy of all Such processed and notice to non-residents will appear filed with the Said will and prove the Return on Said processes they Secure to have been duly Served by the proper officers.
And whereas afterward To wit on the 15th day of Dec. 1869 before the Recorder of Marshall County WVa in his office proceed to here proof Concering Said paper writing. Elias Stilwell & Wm Jobling Esqs, the subscribing witnesses to said will being duly swrong.
It appearing that said Wm Henry, , Emily B. & Susan J. Lutes are children under the age of 21 years & Wm Dobbs, Esq being present & accepting the Trust was assigned Guardian Adlitem to Said children & upon Testamony of the Said Subscribing witnesses the Recorder being full Satisfied that the Said paper writing offered, is the last will & Testament of Auger Dobbs Decd & no objections having been made or taken tereto, It is ordered that wrigint be recorded as & for the Last Will and Testament of Auger Dobbs Decd. and Walter Evans qualified as Executor by Taking the oath requried by law & Togetther with Elias Stilwell his Security who qualified as to his Sufficiency entered into acknowledged their Bond in the penalty of one thousand Dollars conditioned & payable as the law directs. Therefore Certificate is granted the Said Walter Evans as Such Executor in due form. And it is ordered that L. G. Mastin, W. W. Roberts & Wm H Criswell be & thay are hereby appointed Appraisers well & Truly to appraise in current money all the Real & personal Estate of Auger Dobbs Decd. & make return thereof to this office they being first duly Sworn for that purpose
Teste Thos. Fdirer ? Recorder
Spouse: Margaret PORTER. Margaret PORTER and Aungier DOBBS Jr. were married about 1819 in PA. Children were: Jane DOBBS, Porter DOBBS, William DOBBS, Elizabeth "Eliza" DOBBS, Caroline DOBBS, Cassa Ellen "Cassey" DOBBS, Emily DOBBS.
Spouse: Mercy PRICE. Mercy PRICE and Aungier DOBBS Jr. were married on 9 April 1863 in , Marshall, WV.
Aungier DOBBS Sr. was born about 1740 in Ireland. He died before 27 March 1829 at the age of 89 in Pike Run Twp, Washington, PA. Will Book 5, p. 408, Washington co PA, written 14 Sep 1828, proved 27 Mar 1829
does not mention wife, listes sons: George, Anger, John, Francis, Henry, Charles, heirs of son, William, dau: Jane Fereney, sons-in-law Noah Billater and wife, Ellener, William Guttelry and wife, Margaret.
Benjamin Franklin DOBBS was born in 1864 in WV. He died in 1919 at the age of 55 in Washington, Sumner, KS. He was buried in 1919 at Prairie Lawn Cemetery in Wellington, Sumner, KS. findagrave.com, photo of tombstone 1910 census, Wellington Ward 4, Sumner, KS, p3B ED175, T624_459, 804 West Poplar Street
60/61 Benjamin F. Dobbs, Head, M, W, 44, M1, 18, WV WV WV, English, Farmer, Gen. Farming, Emp, yes yes, O F H
Jessie E. Dobbs, wife, F, W, 42, M1, 18, 5-4, IL OH MO, English, none, yes yes
Manford J. Dobbs, son, M, W, 14, S, KS WV IL, none, yes yes yes
Kenneth S. Dobbs, son, M, W, 13, S, KS WV IL, none, yes yes yes
Morgan B. Dobbs, dau, F, W, 8, S, KS WV IL, none, -- -- yes
Hellen K. Dobbs, dau, F, W, 2, S, KS WV IL, none
Parents: William DOBBS and Hester Ann CECIL.
Caroline DOBBS was born on 24 September 1827 in WV. She died on 29 September 1892 at the age of 65 in Rosby's Rock, Marshall, WV. She was buried on 30 September 1892 at Bowman Ridge Cemetery in Moundsville, WV. Bowman Ridge Cemetery--go south of Moundsville, turn left off Rt. 2 at alternate Rt. 2, go a very short distanced, turn left and go up Brick Road Hill, follow on until you reach Roberts Ridge Road. Follow for about 8 miles, turn left again on to Bowman Ridge and go about 6-8 miles or until you come to the church and cemetery. Tombstone says w/o W. A. Parents: Aungier DOBBS Jr. and Margaret PORTER.
Cassa Ellen "Cassey" DOBBS was born on 10 November 1830 in Ohio, VA. She died on 16 November 1860 at the age of 30 in Roberts Ridge, Marshall, WV. date from ancestry.com tree, "Charles Louis Freudenthal" contact: P. Freudenthal Parents: Aungier DOBBS Jr. and Margaret PORTER.
Spouse: Hiram LUTES. Cassa Ellen "Cassey" DOBBS and Hiram LUTES were married on 1 March 1852 in , Marshall, WV. Marshall co WV MB 1/82 Children were: Margaret V. LUTES, William Harvey LUTES, Emily Belle LUTES, Susana Jane LUTES.
Charles Porter DOBBS was born on 15 July 1878 in , Seward, NE. WW1 draft registration; Charles Porter Dobbs, address: #1, B.(rown) V.(alley), Trav., MN, age-41; dob 16 Jul 1878, whitem native born, Farmer, at: #1 B.V., Trav. nearest relative: Mrs. Lulu Dobbs, 1 B. B. Trav.; signature: Charles Porter Dobbs, short, medium build, blue eyes, brown hair, no disabilities, 12 Sep 1918, Traverse co MN Board He died on 3 June 1948 at the age of 69 in Wheaton, Traverse, MN. MN death certificate #1948-MN-025837 1900 census, Stronghurst, Henderson, IL p. 6B, ED 46, T623_305
142/143 Charles Dobbs, H, W, M, Jul 1878, 21, M, 0, NE, VA, VA, Clerk (Grocer) 0, yes, y, y, R H
Lula Dobbs, wife, W, F, Mar 1882, 18, M, 0, 1-1, IL, OH, OH, yes, yes, yes
---- Dobbs, son, W, M, June 1900, R, S, IL, NE, IL
1910 census, Becker Twp, Roberts, SD, p 97B, part 2, %624_1487
10/10 Chas. P. Dobbs, H, M, W, 32, M1, 12, NE, IL, VA, English, Farme, Gen Farm, OA, yes, yesr
Lulu E. Dobbs, wife, F, W, 28, M1, 12, 2-2, IL, IL, IL, English, none, yes, yes
Lulu P. Dobbs, son, M, W, 9, S, IL, IL, NE, IL, none, --, --, yes
Orville L. Dobbs, son, M, W, 7, S, IL, NE, IL, none, --, --, yes
1930 census, Folsom, Traverse, MN p. ED7, Roll 1133 yes,no
26/26 Charles P. Dobbs, H, O, $1500, R, yes, M, W, 52, M, 22, no, yes, NE, IL, WV, Farmer, Gen Farm
Lula E. Dobbs, wife, F, W, 48, M, F, W, 48, M, 18, no yes, IL, IL, IL, none
Arvel Dobbs, son, M, W, 26, M, 24, no yes, IL, NE, IL, yes, Part-time, Gen Farm, yes, no
John H. Dobbs, dau-in-law, F, W, 23, M, 21, no, yes, IL, GERM, GERM, none, yes
Spouse: Lulu Erma LEINBAUGH. Lulu Erma LEINBAUGH and Charles Porter DOBBS were married on 11 October 1899 in , Henderson, IL. IL marriages 1815-1935, familysearch.org, groom: Charles Porter Dobbs, bride; Lulu Erma Leinbauch, dob 11 Oct 1899, place, Stronghurst, Henderson, IL; groom's father: James P. Dobbs, mother: Barbara Butler; bride's father: Benjamin F. Leinbauch, mother: Laura E. Charter, film #1377857 Henderson co IL MB C/119 Children were: Orville Leinbaugh DOBBS.
Cornelia Irene DOBBS was born on 24 March 1887 in Bee, Seward, NE. She was buried in 1965 at Stronghurst Cemetery in Stronghurst, Henderson, IL. Cemetery data from Jeanie Jones She died on 8 July 1965 at the age of 78. Parents: James Porter DOBBS and Barbara BUTLER.
Spouse: Samuel Laird "Sam" SWAGERT. Cornelia Irene DOBBS and Samuel Laird "Sam" SWAGERT were married on 20 February 1912 in Burlington, Des Moines, IA. IA Marriages 1809-1992, familysearch.org, groom: Samuel L. Swagert, bp Delta Pennsylvania, bride: Cornelia I. Dobbs, dob 1888, bp Seward, Nebraska, age 24, dom 20 Feb 1912, place: Burlington, Des Moines, IA, father of groom: John A. Swagert, mother: Sarah C. Wise, brides' father: James P. Dobbs, mother: Barbara Butler, groom: white since. bride: white, single, film #1682871
Doris L. DOBBS (private). Parents: Francis Arthur "Frank" DOBBS and Delle B. BROWN.
Edna Bell DOBBS was born on 9 March 1879 in Southport, Peoria, IL. She died on 9 February 1958 at the age of 78 in Peoria, Peoria, IL. Edna is not listed in the IL death index but is not to be found in the 1930 census. Presumably she did not marry. She was buried at Stronghurst Cemeter in Stronghurst, Henderson, IL. Parents: James Porter DOBBS and Barbara BUTLER.
Spouse: John MCGOVERN. Edna Bell DOBBS and John MCGOVERN were married.
Eliza "Lyda" DOBBS was born in August 1870 in Oldtown, McLean, IL. 1900 census She died in 1955 at the age of 85. She was buried in 1955 at Oxford Cemetery in Oxford, Sumner, KS. findagrave.com, photos of tombstones 1900 census, living with mother-in-law, Nellie S. Tilton, see her notes Parents: William DOBBS and Hester Ann CECIL.
Elizabeth "Eliza" DOBBS was born in 1824 in , Washington, PA. She died on 27 October 1896 at the age of 72 in ,Greene, PA. Parents: Aungier DOBBS Jr. and Margaret PORTER.
Spouse: Alexander BURNS. Elizabeth "Eliza" DOBBS and Alexander BURNS were married on 22 November 1841 in ,Greene, PA.
Elizabeth "Bessie" DOBBS was born on 22 July 1893 in Hutchinson, Reno, KS. She died in 1960 at the age of 67. Tombstone She was buried at Stronghurst Cemetery in Stronghurst, Henderson, IL. Cemetery data from Jeanie Jones Parents: James Porter DOBBS and Barbara BUTLER.
Spouse: Charles Henry ROCKEL. Elizabeth "Bessie" DOBBS and Charles Henry ROCKEL were married.
Elsie Maude DOBBS was born on 14 September 1889 in Bee, Seward, NE. She died in 1954 at the age of 65 in Oquawka, Henderson, IL. IL death certificate # 0010230 Parents: James Porter DOBBS and Barbara BUTLER.
Emily DOBBS was born on 10 June 1834 in ,Washington, PA. She died on 1 May 1893 at the age of 58 in Glen Easton, Marshall, WV. WV death records, www.wvculture.org, Emily Harris, white, female, dod 1 May 1893, place of death, Easton, WV, Disease of liver, 59y 11m, parents: August & Margaret Dobbs, consort: John M. informant: Husband She was buried on 2 May 1893 at Fork Ridge Universalist Cemtery in Glen Easton, Marshall, WV. findagrave.com tombstone says w/o J. M. Parents: Aungier DOBBS Jr. and Margaret PORTER.
Spouse: John Myers HARRIS. Emily DOBBS and John Myers HARRIS were married on 17 August 1854 in , Washington, PA. Marshall co WV MB 2/14 Children were: William Henry HARRIS, Margaret Elizabeth HARRIS, Carolyn Virginia HARRIS, Charles Boyd HARRIS.
Emily V. DOBBS was born about 1852 in , Marshall, VA. Parents: William DOBBS and Hester Ann CECIL.
Esther Ann "Hester" DOBBS was born on 7 November 1849 in , Marshall, VA. She died on 16 February 1935 at the age of 85 in Charleston, Kanawha, WV. raised by Jordan and Bathsheba McMillan
Mrs. Esther Ann Dobbs Starcher, widow of the late Jesse Starcher, was born Nov. 7, 1849, in Marshall county. She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. F .R. Chambers, Charleston. she was 85 years three months and nine days old at the time of her death.
She was reared by her aunt, Mrs. Jordan McMillan, of Roane county.
She was married in the year 1870 to Jesse Starcher, who preceded her in death on March 12, 1933.
This brief sketch is the record of a life of loving, devoted, self-sacrificing service, seldom equaled. It is not within our power to adequately portray the life and character of a woman who possessed the characteristics of Heaven and endeavored to do her duty.
The high ideal which she exemplified is Heaven's own. The reward that awaits her in the better world is the measure of her value. She believed life, whether in this world or another, is the sum of our attainments, and its course through fatherhood, motherhood, friendship, and legitimate relation of whatever kind. The flowers we seek to lay in grateful tribute upon her broken altar of home and friendship are sad reminders of the beauties that are no more, songs whose cadences are hushed, and loves from life disjoined.
While it is not mete that deep thinking man should express grief for the dead in silence, yet no words can ever speak the grief we feel. It has been said that God keeps a place in Heaven for our idols, for those who serve to bless His creatures in the earth. Measured by these sentiments, Esther Ann Starcher had gone to receive her promotion in the appointed place in God's everlasting temple of love.
She was a devoted wife and mother, and made her home radiant with joy. She never lost an opportunity to impress upon those about her the importance that all lasting happiness must be founded strictly upon religious principles. No person ever came to her in sorrow that she did not give comfort; no suffering was known to her, that she did not minister consolation and help. She did not wait to be informed of distress but as an Angle of Mercy she sought where she might find someone to cheer.
There are homes darkened by sorrow and distress that shall miss her and wonder if God will send another so thoughtful and true. Such a life, gemmed with the fruits of charitable deeds and loveliness of character, make up the record in the realms forever blest. She sang life, a song sweetly and endeavored to perform its duties, hoping in some way to enrich the world with a sense of love and to attune human souls to celestial harmonies. Her mission was to do good wherever she is, Heaven is. Sister Starcher's faith and devotion to her Savior led her to unite with the Baptist church in Parkersburg. In the folds of this church she remained a level and faithful member until her labor ended and God in His wisdom called her home to the Church of Triumphant.
She is survived by the following. One son, M. P. Starcher of Otto, one daughter, Mrs. F.R. Chambers of Charleston: grandchildren: F. R. Starcher, Mullins; Carl, John, Fred, and Billy Starcher, Otto; W. K. and and Edgar Chambers, Charleston; Mrs. C. C. Graybill, Mrs. F. A. Snyder and Mrs. Rae Gilmer, Charleston; Mrs. W. P. Suttle, Looneyville; Miss Esther and Claire Starcher, Parkersburg; Mrs. Boyd Wallbrown, Akron; Bernice and Azaline Starcher, Otto. She also leaves 11 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson.
Burial services were conducted by the Rev. Herbert Spencer on Thursday, February 28 after which the body was laid to rest in the Otto cemetery, there to await the resurrection of the just.
Written by a friend, E. H. Bissell
(Esther Starcher passed away February 1935) (Submitted by Evelyn Starcher) Parents: Porter DOBBS and Esther KNOX.
Spouse: Jessie STARCHER. Esther Ann "Hester" DOBBS and Jessie STARCHER were married on 3 July 1871 in ,Roane, WV. marriage found on Starcher family web site, www.starfam.us Children were: Marius Pont STARCHER, Effa M. "Effie" STARCHER.
Esther Ellen DOBBS was born on 4 February 1874 in , Seward, NE. She died on 13 October 1939 at the age of 65 in Litchfield, Meeker, MN. MN death index on line Certificate #1939-MN-008541 Parents: James Porter DOBBS and Barbara BUTLER.
Francis Arthur "Frank" DOBBS was born on 13 May 1883 in , Seward, NE. He died on 3 November 1935 at the age of 52 in Elmwood, Peoria, IL. He was buried at Elmwood Township Cemetery in Elmwood, Peoria, IL. Tomstone, Elmwood Township Cemetery, Section D IL death certificate # 0044175;
1920 census, Elmwood Twp, Peoria, IL, p3A, ED 51, T625_398, Main Street
74/75 Frank A. Dobbs, H, O, F, M, W, 38, M, no yes yes IL VA US yes Tinner, Tin Shop W
Dell B. Dobbs, wife, F, W, 38, M, no yes yes IA PA Bohemia, Bohemian, yes, none
Dorris L. Dobbs, dau, F, W, 13, S, yes yes yes IA, IL, IA, yes none
Frances B. Dobbs, dau, F, W, 6, S, yes yes NE, IL, IA
1930 census, Elmwood Twp, Peoria, IL, p6B, ED 8, Roll 547, East Main St.
210/210 Frank A. Dobbs, H, O $1650, R, no, M, W, 47, M, 22, no yes IL, U.S., U.S. yes, Tinner, Hardware Store, W, yes, no
Dell B. Dobbs, wife, F, W, 46, M, 21, no yes, IA, PA, IA, yes, none
Doris L. Dobbs, dau, F, W, 23, S, no yes, IA, IL, IA, yes, nurse, Trained, W, yes
Francis B. Dobbs, dau, F, W, 17, S, yes, yes, NE, IL, IA, yes, none Parents: James Porter DOBBS and Barbara BUTLER.
Francis B. DOBBS (private). Parents: Francis Arthur "Frank" DOBBS and Delle B. BROWN.
George DOBBS was born on 7 March 1867 in Parkersburg, Wood, WV. www.wvculture.org He died on 1 June 1968 at the age of 101 in ,Marshall, WV. www.wvculture.org Parents: William DOBBS and Hester Ann CECIL.