Notes

[NI1] On this Census with Joseph C. Lindley is listed Lucinda Lindley age 17 Wife

[N0] Still Living.

[NI6] --Invalid Dates

Death: SEP. 00, 1974

[NI9] On the Census for 1880 Bear Creek, Franklin Co, Alabama Fathers birth place is listed as TN. Moms listed as TN.
Henry Duke Lindley got his middle name from the Duke Families:
am direct descendent of William Duke, son of James Duke and Rachael Lindley. My GM is a Duke, daughter of Harrison Duke and Mahalie Elizabeth Prattof Itawamba Co MS. I have extensive records on this family. My William married Harriett Pearce in 1834. Family records state that James and Rachael were married in Franklin Co, Al in 1808. William Duke was born 20 Dec 1811 in Franklin Co. and died in Tishomingo Co MS 29 March 1868. His gf William Duke who married Jane McLaughlin is buried in the Duke-Flats Cemetery. There was speculation for years which was published in the Itawamba Co newspapers about his tombstone. The Dukes, Lindeys, Dukes and Metcalfs were together in Franklin Co Tenn and later the Dukes, Lindleys, Pearces and Metcalfs were together in Franklin Co and Marion Co Al. The Dukes, Pearces and Bankards were also together in Union Co SC. So the families lived together in many different counties.
Re: JAMES DUKE & RACHEL LINDLEY/LYNDLEY Emma Bobby Duke 4/06/03
Do you have ANY info on John the son of James Duke & Rachel Lindley. We believe he is our gg grandfather, John Edwin Duke, MD b. 23 May 1813 (census say b. VA) d. 30 Nov 1855 MS. married 5 Aug 1850 Itawamba Co MS Mary Elizabeth Smith, dau of Stephen Wood Smith & Nancy Caroline Weems.
Know that EDB's book states John Duke married a Susan Burke. Maybe this was his first wife. John would have been
37 yrs old when he married Mary Elizabeth, so he probably had been married previously.
Any info you might have on John Duke the son of James & Rachel is greatly appreciated.
Thank you,
Bobby & Emma (Shrum) Butler Duke
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Re: JAMES DUKE & RACHEL LINDLEY/LYNDLEY
Posted by: Emma Bobby Duke (ID *****0438) Date: May 08, 2003 at 15:31:23
In Reply to: Re: JAMES DUKE & RACHEL LINDLEY/LYNDLEY by Barbara of 3977
Barbara,

[NI10] Susan Lists her father as being born in TN and her Mom Alabama.

[NI12] Alexander Milling Morrow, the second son of Samuel Morrow(1786-1860)and the grandson of David Morrow (1762-1843), was born November 22,1824, in Chester County South Carolina. He Moved with his parents to Dallas County, Alabama in 1818 and to Marion County, Alabama about 1830. There on January 9, 1845 he married Zillian Burleson, who was born June 10, 1828. Death dates for this couple have not been established but they are buried in the Burleson Cemetery at Vina, Ala. Alexander was a physician, and family stories handed down from the Civil War period tell of federal soldiers taking every horse he had, not even leaving him one to visit his patients.

[NI25] They were married by William G. Stanphill. Page 153 Marriage Records for Franklin Co, Alabama

[NI32] Obituaries for 1-6-02
Mary Lou Burks, age 89, of Red Bay, passed away Thursday, January 3, 2002, at Red Bay Hospital.
Mrs. Burks was a native of Alabama and a homemaker. She was a member of East Side Baptist Church in Russellville. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Vera Mae Powers; and a son, Kenneth Lindley.
Funeral services were held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 5, 2002, at Deaton Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Hollis Boyd officiating. Interment was in Halltown Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Jessie Hester, Ken Hester, Alton Barksdale, Alan Barksdale, Keith Upton, and Louis Upton.
Mrs. Burks is survived by her husband, Clarence Burks; a son, Ray Lindley of Marion, Illinois; and nine grandchildren.
Deaton Funeral Home assisted the family.

[NI33] --Invalid Dates

Birth: DEC. 00, 1897

[NI39] Jacob 57 TN = b.1803
Catherine 45 TN b.1815
Sarah C. 17 = b.1843
Henry 25 = b.1835
John . 13 = b.1847
Eliza 11=1849
Edward and his family
Edward 25 b.1835
Jane R. 20 b.1840 wife
James 7 months born 1859 0r 1860 child
Notes for JACOB L. LINDLEY:
From Pam Richards, descedant:
They started as Quakers in PA, one of a long line of Jacob Lindley's (Henry's great great grandfather) argued with Benjamin Franklin about whiskey in Boston during the time of trying to write the declaration of independence (I have the 1976 publication of readers digest with the proof!). They moved to NC after war, then went through Tennessee into Alabama, where Henry Duke stayed for a long time after his father left for Miss.
1850 Fayette Co., AL Census
Dec. 4, 1850 Federal Census for Fayette Co., AL, Beat 3, Division 16, Page 31a, Line 14, Household 413/413. Jacob Lenley was 47 and a farmer. Catherine was 36. They were b. in TN. The children were: Mary A. J. - 17, Rachel A.- 15, Wm. J. - 12, Edward M. - 10, Sarah - 7, Henery D. - 5, and Jaccob A. - 2. They were all b. in AL. Only Rachael and Wm. were attending school. (M432 Roll 5)
1860 Marion County Census
Eastern Division
Aston's Store
Household #254
Image #652gif.
Lindley, Jacob 52 M Farmer 2100/700 TN
Catherine B. 45 F TN
Sarah 17 F AL
Henry 15 M AL
John 13 M AL
Eliza E. 11 F AL
Joel 6 M AL
Malinda M. 4 F AL
1880 Franklin Co., AL Census
Census Place: Bear Creek, Franklin, Alabama
Source: FHL Film 1254013 National Archives Film T9-0013 Page 610A
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
J. L. LINLY Self M M W 73 TN
Occ: W. Gris Mill Fa: NC Mo: ENG
Cathron B. LINLY Wife F M W 70 TN
Occ: Keeping H. Fa: TN Mo: TN
Mary A. LINLY GDau F S W 10 MS
Occ: At Home Fa: AL Mo: AL
Joel V. LINLY GSon M S W 7 MS
More About JACOB L. LINDLEY:
Census: 1860, Marion Co., AL
Surname, Given Name, MI, Warantee Surname, Warantee Given Name: JACOB L LINDLEY
Land Office: HUNTSVILLE
Document Number: 27127
Total Acres: 297.4
Issue Date: March 01, 1858
Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No
Mineral Rights Reserved: No
Metes and Bounds: No
Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No
Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No
Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Legal Land Description: # Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section Township Range Section #
1 NW HUNTSVILLE No 13S 13W 3
2 NWNE HUNTSVILLE No 13S 13W 3
3 S½SW HUNTSVILLE No 13S 13W 19

[NI43] I517] W. M. LINDLEY
Elder William (Billy) Lindley was active in the Big Bear Creek Association as both a pastor and a moderator. Minutes of the
associational meetings show that Brother Lindley was the moderator at least 13 years, the last time being in 1928, just two
years heifer his death in 1930. He continued active in pastoral work until his sudden death. Born April 28, 1872, he was
ordained to the ministry in 1896 and died on October 26, 1930, during a bout with pneumonia.
In 1931, at the associational meeting, messengers adopted a resolution mourning Brother Lindley's death. ''Resolved, first,
that the Big Bear Creek Baptist Association records its profound respect for the late Elder William Lindley and its sense of
great loss through his death, and Resolved, second, That Bro. Lindley set an example of service and self-sacrifice which is
inspiring, and Resolved; third, That the Big Bear Creek Baptist Association ex-tend to Mrs. William Lindley and to the
members of his family their deepest sympathy and join them in mourning the loss, not only as a splendid member of our
association, but as a most devoted minister and citizen.
Brother Lindley pastored the following churches in the association: Shiloh, 1905; Boddies Springs and Harmony, 1907;
(Moderator), Boddies Springs, Belgreen, Crooked Oak and New Union, 1908; Boddies Springs, Little Bear Creek No. I,
and New Union, 1909; (Moderator), Bethel, Duncan Creek, Little Bear Creek and New Union, 1910; (Moderator), Old
Bethel, Crooked Oak, Duncan Creek, and Little Bear Creek, 1911; (Moderator), Harmony, Little Bear Creek, New Hope,
Crooked Oak, 1912; (Moderator), 1913; (Moderator), Harmony, Little Bear Creek, Pilgrim Rest; (Moderator), Crooked
Oak, Harmony, Tharp Springs, Waco, Crooked Oak, Plea-sant Ridge No.11, Tharp Springs, Waco, 1916; (Moderator),
Crooked Oak and New Union, 1917, and he also served as home missionary this year; New Union and Pilgrim Rest, 1920;
Little Bear Creek No. I, and Little Bear Creek No. II, 1921; (Moderator), Oak Grove, 1922; Bethsadia, 1924;
(Moderator), Bethlehem, Hodges, Oak Grove, 1925; (Moderator), Hodges, 1926; (Moderator), Bethsadia, Hodges, Tharp
Springs, Waco, 1927; (Moderator), Hodges and Waco, 1928; New Union, 1929; New Union and Waco, 1930.Brother
Lindley pastored several churches in Mississippi, also.
He and his wife, Fannie, were the parents of eight children. He is buried in Halltown Cemetery off Alabama Hwy. 24
between Russellville and Red Bay. Brother Lindley was active until a few days before his death. Possibly his last mission was
helping organize a new church, Frankfort, (this church joined the association), and he preached there, on the Songs of
Solomon 2:14, a week before he died

[NI44] Orleans Township Section 12, T2N R1E. Obliterated.
Located 3 miles south west of Orleans, in the north section of the old James Lindley farm. The land was entered by Roger McKnight on Jan. 17, 1815, and was later acquired by Robert Elrod. The Elrod families came from North Carolina. There were 20 graves, only 3 or 4 of which had markers with inscriptions. Two of the graves were covered with bricks, built up in box-fashion. On another part of this farm were 3 ancient graves, identity unknown, marked by field stones. They are also now obliterated. Two stones from the Elrod burying ground were found.
ELROD, Robert; 25 Dec 1760-20 Jul 1828.
KELSHAW, Sarah, In Memory of, who died 3 Mar 1824, age 55y.
http://www.usgennet.org/usa/in/county/orange/cemmisc.htm 09/29/03, 6414 bytes
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[NI46] Samuel and Hannah are buried on their farm in Marion Co, Alabama no markers. Samuel was granted 80 acres of land in Dalla Co, on October 9. 1822 and sold it ten years later on January 25, 1832.{deed book C page 31}
in Selma, Alabama.
Samuel and Hannah. must have moved earlier they are both listed on the 1830 Census in Marion Co, Alabama. He fought in the Battle of the Cowpens and Kings Mountain in the Rev. War. Samuel and Hannah moved to Alababa in 1818. Samuel and his wife had three children when they moved to Alabama and had six more born in Alabama. Samuel was a farmer and a blacksmith. the 1860 Census of Dallas Co, Alabama showed that him and his wife Hannah still lived there.

[NI49] Generation No. 2
2. MARY A . JANE2 LINDLEY (JACOB L.1) was born Abt. 1832 in AL, and died Aft. 1893. She married MICHAEL GUIN Abt. 1850 in Marion Co., AL, son of LEVI GUIN and NANCY ?.
Notes for MARY A . JANE LINDLEY:
1880
Census Place: Township 7, Franklin, Alabama
Source: FHL Film 1254013 National Archives Film T9-0013 Page 615B
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Mary J. GUIN Self F W W 49 AL
Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN
Nancy C. GUIN Dau F S W 19 AL
Occ: Keeping House Fa: AL Mo: AL
Sarah E. GUIN Dau F S W 16 AL
Occ: Keeping House Fa: AL Mo: AL
1870 Itawamba County listed as Jane Gewin.
Aug. 15, 1870
Federal Census for Itawamba Co., MS, Fulton PO,
Township 9, Page 382a, Sheet 27, Line 14, Household 185/185.
Mary was 36, b. in AL, and keeping house. She did not own any
real estate and her personal property value was $100. The
children were: Jacob - 19, John - 15 and Wm. - 13, who were
all farm laborers; Henry - 11, Nancy - 9, and Sarah - 5.
They were all b. in AL. It did not say if they could read or write,
or if the children were attending school. Marital status is not
listed in the 1870 censuses, so it was not specified that she
was a widow. (M593, Roll 732)
Pension
Last Name: Guin
Date of Birth:
Death Info:
Discharge Date:
Discharge Info:
Branch: Cavalry
Regimental Unit: 26th of Patterson Regiment
Company Unit:
Co. Unit Name:
Pension Rec: yes
Authority: Pension Application. Franklin County. 1893/05/31.
First Name: Michael MI:
Marital Status:
Occupation:
Enlistment Date:
Enlistment Info: Private.
Engagements:
Engage. con't:
Remarks: Applicant; Mrs. Mary J Guin, widow. Gen. Roddy's Cav.
Remarks con't:
More About MARY A . JANE LINDLEY:
Census: 1880, Franklin Co., AL- 615B
Pension application: May 31, 1893, Franklin Co., AL
Notes for MICHAEL GUIN:
On June 1, 1858 Michael Guin purchased a Federal Land Patent for 119.505 acres of land at the Tuscaloosa Land Office. The property was in Lamar Co., AL on the Huntsville Meridian. His place of residence was listed as Lamar County in the official document.
(BLM) It was described as:
SESE Sec. 23 T15-S R14-W
NENE Sec. 26 T15-S R14-W
1860 Census Marion Co., AL
Eastern Division, Aston's Store, (652 x) (31)
Household 256 - 264.
Michael Gewin 31 farmer NC, $400/$600
Mary J. 28 AL.
Jacob L. 9 AL
John C. 7 AL
William 4 AL
Michael 1 AL
(Gewin/Gwin/Guin/Guinne/Guinn/Gwinn/Gwyn/Gwynn/Gwynne/Wynn/Wynne) all spellings originated from Wales.
More About MICHAEL GUIN:
Census: 1850, Fayette Co., AL - pg. 16A
Civil War: 26th AL- private
Children of MARY LINDLEY and MICHAEL GUIN are:
10. i. M. JACOB "JAKE" LINDLEY3 GUIN, b. March 1851, AL.
ii. JOHN C. GUIN, b. 1853, AL.
11. iii. WILLIAM (RASS) GUIN, b. April 07, 1856, AL; d. August 27, 1912, Itawamba County, MS.
12. iv. MICHAEL ( HENRY) GUIN, b. 1859, AL.
v. NANCY C. GUIN, b. 1861.
vi. SARAH E. GUIN, b. 1864.

[NI50] Marion Co., Ala Astons Store 1860 Census (AL01944212)

[NI56] Last Name:
Lindley
English: 1. habitation name from either of two places in W Yorks. called Lindley, or from Linley in Shrops. and Wilts., all so called from OE lin flax + leah wood, clearing, with epenthetic -d-; cf. Lilly 3.
2. habitation name from the other Lindley in W Yorks. (near Otley), so called from OE lind lime tree (see Linde and Line 1) + leah wood, clearing. Lindley in Leics. probably also has this origin, and is a further possible source of the surname.

[NI61] Lindley Jacob L. Company A 15 Missouri Cavalry. Private Private Union
LINDLEY, JACOB
Land Office: TUSCALOOSA Sequence #:
Document Number: 20588 Total Acres: 39.9475
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: September 2, 1839
Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No
Survey Date: Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warrantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Legal Land Description:
# Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section Township Range Section #
1 NWSW HUNTSVILLE No 15S 14W 24
------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------
LINDLEY, JACOB L
Land Office: HUNTSVILLE Sequence #:
Document Number: 27127 Total Acres: 297.4
Misc. Doc. Nr.: Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No Issue Date: March 01, 1858
Mineral Rights Reserved: No Metes and Bounds: No
Survey Date: Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warrantee Names: No Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Legal Land Description:
# Aliquot Parts Block # Base Line Fractional Section Township Range Section #
1 NW HUNTSVILLE No 13S 13W 3
2 NW HUNTSVILLE No 13S 13W 3
3 S½SW HUNTSVILLE No 13S 13W 19
__________________________________________________________________________

[NI68] Name: James M. Hall
Sex: M
Birth: 26 MAR 1809
Death: 5 SEP 1892 in Marion County, AL
Burial: Donham Cemetery
Note: Mason - per tombstone
Note:
Federal Census, Marion County, Alabama, 1860
Pikeville District
27/27 Jas. M. Hall 51 M Miller 750/2500 NC - - -
Susan 48 F SC - - -
John A. 24 M Grocer AL - - -
Mary J. 19 F AL - - -
Wm. A. 16 M AL - - -
David M. 14 M AL - 1 -
Helinn M. 12 F AL - 1 -
Sarah B. 9 F AL - 1 -
Nebrasca 5 F AL - 1 -
Note:
Federal Census, Marion County, Alabama, 1870
Pikeville
501/501 Hall, Jas. M. 61 M W Farmer 300/300 AL
Hall, Susan M. 58 F W Keeping House AL
Hall, M. J. 27 F W AL
Hall, Helen M. 23 F W AL
Hall, Sarah B. 16 F W AL
Hall, Nebraca 13 F W AL
Marriage 1 Susannah Mills Morrow b: 4 SEP 1812
Children
Thomas Jefferson Hall b: 1 OCT 1834
John A. Hall b: 18 JUL 1836
Mary Jane Hall b: 22 NOV 1838
James H. Hall b: 8 JAN 1840
William A. Hall b: 14 JAN 1844
David Morris Hall b: 1 MAY 1847
Hellin Mar Hall b: 31 JAN 1849
Sarah Butler Hall b: 6 SEP 1851
Nebrasca Hall b: 22 JUL 1854

[NI70] Sir William Wallace Morrow, the fourth son of Alexander Milling Morrow(1814- ), who was the second child of Samuel Morrow (1786-1860), who in turn was the second son of David Morrow (1762-1843), whose father was Samuel Morrow who died in 1796 after having fought in the American Revolution, was born in Marion County, Alabama on November 12, 1852. His mother was Zillian Ann Burleson, who was born June 10, 1826. Alexander Milling Morrow was a physician. He and his wife are buried in the Burleson Cemetery at Vina, Alabama.

William Wallace Morrow married Margie Stanphill in early 1880's. She was born October 20, 1866. They reared a family of eleven children and lived and died at their home located about three miles east of Red Bay, Ala., and about one mile north of highway #24, the road to Rusellville.

This was taken from "The Morrows and related families" By J.T. Morrow

[NI75] -
Birth: OCT. 22, 1814

[NI110] David and Julia,are both buried at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetary, near his home. He operated a Mill and Gin on Wood's Creek.

[NI112] David and Margaret Morrow and children moved to Dallas Co, Alabama from Chester Co, SC about the time Alabana became a state. David's decendants account for the Morrow families in dallas, and Marion Co, Alabama and Lafayette Co, MS. Thisportion of the clan is know as the Redbay, Alabama Morrows.
David morrow went with his sons Adam and George to Lafayette County, Mississippi on June 26 1834
he wrote the Pension Brueau, asking that his pension payments be transferred to from the Alabama Agency to one near hiim in Lafayette County, MS. because he was old and infirm and lived with his children who lately moved to this new county formed from the Choctaw lands.
A listing of the children of David Morrow and Margaret Kelso have been handed down by means of a Bible originally owned by his second son, Samuel Morrow. In 1972 this Bible was owned by Wesley Cantrell, Route #3 Hamilton. Alabama. A few of the frist pages are missing so it is impossiable to establish the date of the publication or the Publisher. Ophellia Morrow Phillips says that "on the front cover is a sticker " sold by Guin and Curtis., Books-Maps -Sationer, Cawhaba. Alabama. On the frist page is written "Samuel Morrow's Bible bought of Guin and Curtis on October 9, 1822 fro the price of $7.50."

[NI113] Margaret Kelso landed in America with her parents on December 22, 1767 at Charlston, South Carolina. The family settled onthe north side of Fishing Creek, near the old Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church.

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Daniel Pumphry Stanphill - Civil War Diary
Posted by: Wayne Loden Date: December 31, 2001 at 10:59:53
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Itawamba Settlers - Winter 2001
Diary of Daniel Pumphry Stanphill
Company E, 1st Alabama Cavalry
Confederate States of America
Taken prisoner July 13, 1863
Diary ends April 3, 1865
Daniel Pumphry Stanphill was born Jan. 6, 1836 in Franklin County, AL to William Gotcher Stanphill and Elizabeth Malloy. Daniel married (1) Mary Frances Sullinger; (2) Sarah Cleveland; (3) Frances Cleveland. He died Jan. 11, 1880 in Itawamba County, MS and is buried in Ebenezer Cemetery near Vina, AL.
The diary is a hand written account of Daniel Stanphill's travel while a prisoner of war. The diary is being printed exactly as written.
Page 1: D. P. Stanphill was takeing a prisoner of war the 13 day of July 1863 in Jacson Tennsee and was takeing to Bolever
Page 2: (Tennessee?) 14 and then takeing to ________ Tenissee
Page 3: then to Corrnth in Missippi the 16 day of July 1863 and left thare ___ 18 day and ___ in Memfes the 18 day.
Page 4: (In what may be a different hand, in ink.) D. P. Stanphill was taking a prisoner of ware the 18 day of July 1863 in Jackson Tensee and was taken to Bolober the 14 and from thare was took to
Page 5: Pocohntus 15 in Tennissee in Hardamon Co. and from thare was taking to Correnth Miss 16 day of July 1863 and left thare the 18 and landed in Memphis the 18 day of July 1863 E M Wilsen was in (prisoners) that went with him
Page 6: (Back to original hand.) and left Memfis the 23 July and landed in Sanitloies the 26 of July 1863 took us from St Louis the 7 of August and landed in Indnlopies the 8 and took ous to Camp Mortain one the 8 day of August.
Page 7: D P Stanphill left camp Mrten the 26 day of Febrry and landed in Baltimor on the 4 day of March and left thair on the 6 day of March and landed at
Page 8: ____ on the 8 and left thare on the 9 day of March 1865 and landed in Richmon Virginea on the 9 day of March and left thare on the 14 and
Page 9: land in Danvill the 15 day and left thare the 16 day of March and landed Greenboro the 16 day of March and left thare the 17 and landed in (Solisbery?) the 18 and left thare the 18 day of March.
Page 10: and landed in Charlot the 18 of Mar and left thare the 14 and land in Chester the 19 and left the 19 and land in Newbery the 23 day
Page 11: left Newberry the 24 day of March 1865 and landed (5 lines crossed out) and land (___bersville 24
Page 12: and land in Washington the 28 day left Washing the 28 day of March and land Covington the 28 ___ left thar the 29 day
Page 13 land in Atlantier the 31 day and left thar the 1st day of Appril and landed in Mungumry the 2 day and the 3
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Re: THOMAS A STANPHILL, Itawamba co.
Posted by: Donald Pate Date: November 22, 2001 at 21:27:12
In Reply to: Re: THOMAS A STANPHILL,Itawamba co. by Randy K Mink of 15062
Other children listed in 1870 census were from his 1st marriage.
Maybe Anderson Stanphill and Franklin Stanphill are one and the same, just a quess....
*Notes from the Sesquicentennial Edition: Itawamba County Mississippi Families (1836 - 1986) page 96.
He was in the Confederate Army for four years during the Civil War. He was taken prisoner and spent several months in a Union Prison Camp during the last months of the war before returning home.
He was married a total of three times.
Daniel, 1st wife Mary had died after the birth of there third child, a son James William. After the death of his wife Mary, he then remarried to her Niece, Sarah Cleveland, who was the daughter of Thomas Anderson Cleveland. After Sarah had died giving birth to a set of twins, boy & girl, who also did not survive her. He then remarried for the third time on the 10th of October 1867, in Itawamba County, Mississippi, to her sister Frances Evaline Cleveland.
According to a notion found written in the front of a copy of Pilgrims Progress " D. P. Stanphill moved to Miss. in 1868. (Note this was just after the death of his second wife and there twins). Daniel and Frances, his third wife, settled on a farm in the Mt. Zion community where they lived the remainder of there lives. In 1880 Daniel died, leaving Frances to raise there small children. Frances passed away in 1937. They were both buried in the Ebeneezer Cemetery, in Franklin County, Alabama, which is near Vina AL.

[NI142] John Morrow oldest son of David Morrow and Margaret Kelsowas born )ctober 2, 1784 Chester District, SC. About 1810-1812 he married Margaret Boyd daughter of David Boyd {Deed Book R. pg. 71}
John Morrow bought and sold land on the Rocky River in that County. The last recorded sale was on April19, 1817. His wife Margaret signed the deed with him {Book S Pg, 213,} Chester County, SC.
They all moved to Alabama in 1818-1820 census of Dallas County, Alabama shows one son, four daughters and one slave. The Dallas County Track Book shows that john, was granted 80 acres of land on September 9, 1822 on Warrent # 966. He sold this land on January 25, 1828 and his wife Margaret signed the deed with him. This seems to be the last record of this John Morrow in the Dallas Co, Archives. Rumors indicate that he moved to Mississippi but no postive proof has been found.

[NI144] In 1850 Joseph was a farmer on the Woodlawn Beat.. nearrly all of the members of this family are buried at Mt. Pleasant Cemetary. Mamny decentants still live in the same area in 1978.

[NI154] Alexander, died between 1840-1850.
He had 160 acres of Land in Dallas Co, Alabama recieved on March 3, 1819. Another tract of 80 acres on
January 12, 1822. Yhe 1850 Censu sof Dallas Co, as head of Household with all of her children.
She lived next door to her son Samuel Kelso Morrow.

[NI156] Samuel was born in Maryland, lived in Virginia, served in the Revolutionary War in Maryland, and finally located in South Carolina, where he died in 1796.

[NI162] John Morrow was killed in the Revolutionary War and was survived by his widow and four children.

[NI166] "From these records, it is clearly shown that two of the sons of Samuel and Janet Nelson Morrow married daughters of James and Margaret White Story -- Elizabeth Story Married William Nelson Morrow, and Margaret Story Married David Morrow. Janet Morrow, sister of David and William, Married a Henry Story;but it seems from comparing records that he was an uncle of Elizabeth and Margaret Story, rather than the Henry Story who was their brother.

[NI185] Ruby had four children. Two sons and two daughters.

[NI192] Mattie Thompkins gave me this information in the year 2000.

[NI195] A daughter and one son.

[NI236] Jacob L. LINDLEY
Age: 19
Estimated birth year: <1861>
Birthplace: Alabama
Occupation: Works On Farm
Relation: Son
Home in 1880: Moscow, Lamar, Alabama
Marital status: Married
Race: White
Gender: Male
Head of household: Jacob L. LINDLEY
Father's birthplace: ---

[NI238] 1924 List of Qualified Electors, Randolph Co, Alabama
Lindley, J.P.
Lindley, Amos

[NI252] --Invalid Dates

Birth: MAR. 00, 1869

[NI299] --Invalid Dates

Birth: NOV. 00, 1894

[NI402] Travis L. Lindley
Mr. Travis L. Lindley, age 73, of Killen, died Saturday, Dec. 20, 2003. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Killen, a retired major in the United States Air Force and a member of the TVA Retirees Association.
Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. today, Dec. 21, 2003, at Greenview Funeral Home. The funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 22, 2003, from Greenview Memorial Chapel, with burial to follow in Greenview Memorial Park with full military honors. Officiating at the service will be the Rev. David McKelvey.
Mr. Lindley was preceded in death by his parents, Arthur J. and Annie May Haygood Lindley.
He is survived by his wife, Barbara A. Lindley, of Killen; son, Kevin Travis Lindley and wife, Conny, of Nashville, Tenn.; daughters, Michelle Hill, of Killen, Sherry Tippett and husband, Jody, of Killen, and Kara Herron and husband, B.J., of Killen; brothers, James Lindley, of Muscle Shoals, MacArthur Lindley, of Florence, and William Lindley, of Birmingham; sisters, Imogene Hazett, of Clarksville, Tenn., Idalene Hulon, of Keystone Heights, Fla., Carolyn Borden, of Cherokee, and Peggy Branscome, of Florence; grandchildren, Amy, Lisa, Anna Kate, Christina and Kayla.
Pallbearers will be members of the U. S. Air Force Honor Guard.
Memorials may be made to the building fund of First Baptist Church of Killen.
Greenview Funeral Home of Florence is directing.

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[NI422] Thomas Lindley, son of James Lindley and Eleanor Parke, was born in Ireland in 1706 and married Ruth Hadley, daughter of Simon Hadley at the New Garden Pennsylvania meeting of the Society of Friends 21 October 1731.
In the early records of Hillsboro, Orange County, North Carolina is found this agreement: "Hugh Laughlin, planter, on the one part and Thomas Lindley, on the other, have agreed to become partners in joint company to erect and build a water grist mill on Cane Creek, to the south side of Haw River. The water to be taken out of that land owned by Hugh Laughlin and the mill to be built on that part owned by Thomas Lindley, 3 and ¾ acres, Sep. Court 1755." This mill was still grinding grain by electric power rather than water in 1995.
The Revolutionary battle of Lindley’s Mill was fought on his property. As recorded in the Centennial History of Alamance County (1849-1949) by Whitaker:
On the same morning a band of six hundred Loyalist soldiers entered the sleeping village of Hillsboro at daylight. Thomas Burke of Orange County had recently been elected Governor by a Whig Assembly, and he was the first man to be taken prisoner by the British. Several other military and civil officials were aroused from their beds and also placed under arrest. Colonel David Fanning (no relation to Colonel Edmund Fanning who was involved with the regulators) and Hector McNeill then led the men on a wild raid of plundering, taking everything of value in the town.
Colonel Alexander Mebane of Hawfields watched this action from concealment. It was impossible for him to reach his horse, and so he set out on foot for his home to warn the people. Like the famous Paul Revere, Colonel Mebane spread the word, "The British are coming!"
Hawfields was Whig territory, and General John a Butler, who lived in this section, quickly raised three hundred of his Patriot militia to greet the British. Next morning the Tories crossed Cane Creek and headed through a hollow which would lead them across Hawfields to Tory country. On the brow of the hill, above the hollow, General Butler and his men awaited.
As rifle fire broke out ahead of them, the rear-guard of the Loyalists, who were escorting the Governor, halted. Colonel McNeill commanded the front ranks to retreat; the Whigs held a better position, and advance would mean certain death. One of his men, a scotchman named McDougal, accused him of cowardice, however, and McNeill reversed the order and advanced. He was instantly shot down. Seeing McNeill fall, some of the men called out that he was dead. McDougal cried out that the colonel was only wounded and urged the men forward.
Meanwhile the other Loyalist commander, Colonel Fanning, crossed the creek some distance below the battle scene and attacked the Patriots from the read of the hill. This attack took the Patriots by surprise, and General Butler ordered a retreat. Major Robert Mebane, the second in command, immediately countermanded the order, and facing a portion of his men to the rear, he attacked Fanning with such force that the latter was forced to withdraw at once. As the ammunition grew shorter, Mebane passed along the line, carrying power in his hat.
Finally the battle came to a draw. The Tories, convinced that they could not get through the Whig lines, headed southeast for Wilmington, leaving their dead on the battlefield. Near the end of the battle a Tory marksman shot Major John Nalls of the Patriots, and mistaking three Whigs on horseback some distance away, the Tory rode toward them shouting that he had killed Major Nalls. A Patriot bullet suddenly ended his boast.
Another of the Patriot officers, Colonel Lutteral, was wounded by the Tories, but he managed to stay in his saddle until his horse reached a farm house a half-mile from the battle scene. As he lay dying in a upstairs room of this home, the brave officer dipped his finger in his own blood and wrote his name across the wall. For many years this grim mark remained there.
The battle of Lindley’s Mill closed the war in North Carolina, and a month later at Yorktown Lord Cornwallis surrendered the tattered remains of a once-proud British Army.
Thomas Lindley b. February 25, 1706 d. Sept 14, 1781 was born in Ballinclash, Ireland married Ruth Hadley, b. Dec 6, 1712 d. Dec 4, 1785. Both are buried at the Spring Meeting cemetery in Alamance county, NC. Thomas and Ruth's first 8 children were born in London Grove, PA. The family moved to Orange county N.C. sometime after 1750 where the remaining 2 children were born. Thomas built a gristmill in Alamance county, NC that is still in operation by Henry Lindley and some of his other descendants. He was active in the Revolutionary War, where sadly some of his family fought on opposite sides. He died on the day of the battle of Lindley's Mill. For information on this see "The Battle of Lindley's Mill" by Algie I. Newlin or "Lindley Family Roots in PA, NC, SC, GA, and AL" by Terry M. Lindley. Both of these books may be in your library.
Thomas Lindley's sister Mary Lindley is one of my grandmoters.
I have some vols. of the "Piedmont North Carolina Cemeteries" which have some on Thomas Lindley and his wife.
First looking in the Spring MM records.
SPRING CEMETERY
LINDLEY Born Died Remarks
Thomas 2-25-1706 9-14-1781 husband of Ruth
Ruth (Hadley) 12-6-1712 12-4-1785 wife of Thomas
A more recent marker
LINDLEY
Thomas Lindley, born 2-25-1706, died 9-14-1781. His wife, Ruth, born 12-6-1712, died 12-4-1785. Ancestors of the Lindley's who gave these lands to Spring Meeting. Erected 1928.
In the introduction
(in part)
The first Thomas Lindley, at and near whose house it all begain, did not live to see Spring becaome a monthly meeting. The Friend tridition of service was ably carried on, however, by his son, Thomas Jr., and the many others whoes lives have made testament to their beliefs.
Now let's see what I have in my Woody tree.
1.2.2.1.1., John III, Woody, B 1715 possibly Boston, Suffolk Co. MA., D 1762 Orange Co., NC. buried at Spring MM Cemetery near the town of Snow Camp., Father & Mother; John II Woody - (name unkn), Married; 1st Mary Gowan 2nd Mary Lindley B 9-4-1717 at New Garden MM London Grove Chester Co., PA. D 5-21-1795 at Blount Co., TN. Buried at Friendsville Cemetery. Married 12-27-1738 at St. George Parish Harford Co. Maryland. Disowned by Quakers for marrying out of unity. Mary Lindley was dau of James Lindley B 4-16-1681 in Ballinaclash, Wicklow Co. Ireland D 10-13-1726, London Grove twp Chester Co. PA & his wife Eleanor Parke B 1-2-1684 in County Carlow Ireland James and Eleanor were married in Kilconnor, Carlow Co., Ireland. Mary was a sister to Thomas Lindley B1706 D1781 founder of the Lindley family in Orange County NC. Lived; Mass. to Maryland about 1737 to Haw River in N.C. about 1750-55, Ancestral Line; John II Woody/John I Woody/ Isaac Woody/Richard Woody. John III built ferry on the Haw River which was used during the American Revolution, John III changed the Woody name from Wooddy, Woodie, Woode, Woodee and other variations. According to a North Carolina relative some of the land John III took on the Haw River is still owned by members of the Woody family. John and Mary Lindley had 9 children; John IV, William, Robert, James, Samuel, Joshua, Joseph, Mary and Ruth.
# 18. Mary Lindley was dau of James Lindley, b.16 4M 1681, County Carlow, IRELAND; d.13 10M nd. Mary was a sister to Thomas Lindley (1706-1781) founder of the Lindley family in Orange County, NC. James Lindley & Eleanor Parke were received on 2 8M 1713 at Newark MM, New Castle Co., DE. on certificate from Carlow Mtg. in Ireland. James' Will dated 8 10M 1726, proved 2 Jan 1726/7, Chester Co., PA as well as genealogical records at New Garden MM, Chester Co., PA. prove the decendancy. From: Jerry Richmond .
Thomas Lindley b. February 25, 1706 d. Sept 14, 1781 was born in Ballinclash, Ireland married Ruth Hadley, b. Dec 6, 1712 d. Dec 4, 1785. Both are buried at the Spring Meeting cemetery in Alamance county, NC. Thomas and Ruth's first 8 children were born in London Grove, PA. The family moved to Orange county N.C. sometime after 1750 where the remaining 2 children were born. Thomas built a gristmill in Alamance county, NC that is still in operation by Henry Lindley and some of his other descendants. He was active in the Revolutionary War, where sadly some of his family fought on opposite sides. He died on the day of the battle of Lindley's Mill. For information on this see "The Battle of Lindley's Mill" by Algie I. Newlin or "Lindley Family Roots in PA, NC, SC, GA, and AL" by Terry M. Lindley. Both of these books may be in your library.
You are in for a treat when you visit the Quaker & Lindley
area of Alamance (formerly Orange Co.) and Chatham Counties,NC. First, go to www.rootsweb.com/~ncccmm//tour.htm and print out "Quaker & Lindley Country Tour Itinerary" by Les Lindley. This is a map of the area which points out the main points of interest with directions. This is the Cane Creek MM web site.
The best way to get there is going East on I-40/I-85 you will come to Burlington, then about 4 miles further at Graham, take NC 87 south about 15 miles to a stop light at Eli Whitney, turn right on Greensboro-Chapel Hill Rd going west (this is Rd. 1005. About 3 miles on the left is Spring Friends Church and across the road is the cemetery where Thomas Lindley & Ruth Hadley are buried. Thomas is the first Lindley to settle in this area 1753 and in 1756 he and Hugh Laughlin started Lindley's Mill.
About 2 miles further west on Rd 1005 you come to a blinking light which is where it crosses Lindley Mill Rd.
Turn left (south) on Lindley Mill Rd., one mile on right is Lindley's Mill which is now operated by Joe Lindley, who is a 7-Gr Grandson of Thomas Lindley.
Battle of Lindley's Mill was fought a few hundred yards across the road from Lindley's Mill and was on the land of Thomas Lindley.
There are many other interesting sites shown on the itenerary so be sure to allow plenty of time.
Have fun!
Your cousin
Gordon Lindley
Re: Battle of Lindley's Mill 1781
Posted by: Eleanor Rayl (ID *****2866)
I visited the battle site in June of this year and want to add a couple of things:
1. The battle site is not marked from the road and is easy to miss. You'll have to look for a rutted (unpaved) drive that goes along the creek. It's a big drop as you go into the battle site -- not a great idea for small cars or wet weather!
The markers are further into the site past the open meadow. New markers were erected by a local Boy Scout troop in June of 2002. They are large granite markers and very nice. The earlier DAR marble ones are damaged and on the ridge above.
Don't expect any markers throughout the site that lay out the battle or mark specific areas. Read about it before you go.
2. The trace/road that goes past the new markers was the road that went to Spring Meeting. It's no longer used. Follow the tourist maps or the online map for the area to drive to Spring Meeting. The current meeting house is across the road from the cemetery. The early meeting house was in a part of what is now the cemetery and there are now graves where it once stood.
3. Remember that the land is privately owned. John & Judy Braxton, who live just up the road (look for the cannon at their drive) purchased it last year from another Lindley descendant. Judy and John are both Thomas Lindley /Braxton descendants and live on part of the original Lindley land. John is a real Revolutionary War buff and knows many details about the battle...talking with him really gave me a better understanding of the carnage that happened there. Over 100 men (some say much more than that) died that hot September day. The Quakers tended to wounded as best they could and buried the dead, some in a mass grave probably in the meadow area. John and Judy are very accommodating of "Lindley descendants" wanting to see the battle site. I'd contact them before you drive to the site to see if they are available to visit with you.
Eleanor

[NI424] Notes for James Lindley:
He is named in the will of his grandfather, Simon Hadley, who left will in New Castle County, Delaware and names all his grandchildren. He is named in the will of his father, Thomas Lindley, of Lindley's Mill,Orange County, NC Bk. A, p.22 who mentions Thomas Lindley, son of James Lindley, Sr., deceased (will dated 15 March 1780 Aug. Ct.1782.
James came to Orange County, NC by 1753-55 and had several land transactions. (Orange County, NC Deeds.) An article by Lindley Butler states he had 1170 acres in Granville Grants in Orange County (Now Chatham County) on Terrel's Creek. From 1753 to 1766 he is mentioned in the county court minutes, and he was licensed to keep an ordinary in his home.
Lindley was a captain in the Upper Saluda Regiment of the provincial militia.(Tory)
James Lindley, a Tory, hanged at Pendleton District, 1779
Found in"Georgians In The Revolution" at Kettle Creek [Wilkes Co,] and Burkes Co. by Robert Scott Davis, Jr.
James Lindley was a well to do land owner, minor civil official and Militia Officer before the war and an active Loyalist leader through the struggle that followed having been captured by the Whigs at least once before during the famous Snow Campaign of 1775. He left a widow and children.
Sheriff William Monroe of 96th District complied this list as part of his claim for money owed to him by the South Carolina State Government. To this goal fees of commitment for:
James Lindley Aquilla Hall Samuel Clegg Charles Draper John Anderson All were hanged.
Thomas Lindley b. February 25, 1706 d. Sept 14, 1781 was born in Ballinclash, Ireland married Ruth Hadley, b. Dec 6, 1712 d. Dec 4, 1785. Both are buried at the Spring Meeting cemetery in Alamance county, NC. Thomas and Ruth's first 8 children were born in London Grove, PA. The family moved to Orange county N.C. sometime after 1750 where the remaining 2 children were born. Thomas built a gristmill in Alamance county, NC that is still in operation by Henry Lindley and some of his other descendants. He was active in the Revolutionary War, where sadly some of his family fought on opposite sides. He died on the day of the battle of Lindley's Mill. For information on this see "The Battle of Lindley's Mill" by Algie I. Newlin or "Lindley Family Roots in PA, NC, SC, GA, and AL" by Terry M. Lindley. Both of these books may be in your library.
James Lindley b. April 16, 1681 d. October 13, 1726 Was born in Ballinclash, Ireland married Eleanor Park, b. Jan 2, 1684 died ???. James was the first Lindley of our family to come to America. He arrived in Pennsylvania on August 3, 1713. He brought with him wife Eleanor and Thomas in the next generation and 4 other children. James Lindley purchased 200 acres of land in New Garden in 1713, and 400 acres in London Grove in 1722. In 1726 he purchased another 600 acres. In the deed it is stated that he was a blacksmith. James and Eleanor had 12 children. A handwritten will is on file in Chester county, PA.

[NI431] Book Page:
Surname: Lindley
Given Name: Jacob
Title:
Description: Executor
Residence:
Date: 8 Aug 1790
Prove Date: 16 Feb 1802
Remarks: Lindley, Jonathan. London grove.
Aug. 8, 1790: Feb. 16, 1802.
To wife Deborah all estate during life. To sons Jacob and James all real estate after her death, to be divided as directed.
To daughters Deborah and Ruth Lindley £100 each and a home, &c.
To son William wearing apparel and provision for life at expense of sons Jacob and James.
Executors: sons Jacob and James Lindley.
Codicil, same date, says wife Deborah is deceased since above was written.
Marriage Information Extracted from the Records of the Lick Creek Monthly Meeting
Lindley
3-30-1814 William LINDLEY of Washington County, Indiana Territory, son of Jonathan and Deborah, deceased, of the same place, married Michal HOLLOWELL at Lick Creek MH.
4-30-1814 Sarah LINDLEY published her intentions of marrying William HADLEY Jr. of Center MM Ohio at Lick Creek MM.
6-1-1814 Sarah LINDLEY, daughter of Jonathan and Deborah, deceased, of Washington Co., married William HADLEY Jr. at Lick Creek MH.
8-31-1814 Deborah LINDLEY, daughter of Jonathan and Deborah, deceased, of Washington Co., married Jonathan JONES at Lick Creek MH.
5-1-1816 Mary LINDLEY, daughter of Jonathan and Deborah, deceased, of Orange Co., married Silas DIXON at Lick Creek MH.
7-26-1817 Margery LINDLEY, there was testification against her for marriage contrary to discipline.
7-26-1817 Jonathan LINDLEY, PM reports he married contrary to discipline with his 1st cousin. He is disowned.
10-29-1817 Mary LINDLEY, daughter of David and Hannah of Orange Co., married James CROW at Lick Creek MH.
4-1-1818 Thomas LINDLEY, son of Owen and Sarah, deceased, of Orange Co., married Margaret (Peggy) HOLLOWELL at Lick Creek MH.
12-5-1818 Queen Esther LINDLEY, daughter of Jonathan and Deborah, deceased, married Alexander CLARK at Lick Creek MH.
8-26-1819 Owen LINDLEY granted certificate to Blue River MM to marry.
7-29-1820 Mary LEE (formerly LINDLEY) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
10-31-1821 Mary LINDLEY, daughter of Thomas and Jane of Orange Co., married Thomas DURHAM of Vigo Co. at Lick Creek MH.
3-30-1822 Jonathan LINDLEY Jr. condemns his marriage out of unity.
3-30-1822 Aaron LINDLEY condemns his marriage contrary to discipline.
3-30-1822 Abraham LINDLEY condemns his marriage contrary to discipline.
8-31-1822 Catherine MCVEY (formerly LINDLEY) condemns her marriage out of unity.
2-26-1823 Mary LINDLEY, daughter of Owen and Grace of Orange Co., married William HOLLOWELL at Lick Creek MH.
10-25-1823 Aaron LINDLEY granted certificate to Blue River MM to marry Ann LINDLEY.
6-19-1824 Aaron LINDLEY, PM reports he attended a marriage contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
2-19-1825 Amy HARNED (formerly LINDLEY) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
4-21-1827 Sarah LEE (formerly LINDLEY) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
3-15-1828 David LINDLEY Jr., Lick Creek PM complains he married contrary to discipline.
8-16-1828 Oliver LINDLEY, Blue River PM complains he dropped plain dress and/or speech and attended a marriage contrary to discipline. He is disowned.
1-20-1830 John LINDLEY, son of Thomas, deceased, and Amy of Orange Co., married Ann MARIS at Lick Creek MH.
4-22-1830 Amey LINDLEY, widow of Thomas of Orange Co. and daughter of John and Mary of Orange Co., married Joshua MOORE at Newberry MH.
9-9-1830 Mary LINDLEY, daughter of Thomas, deceased, of Orange Co. and Amy (now Amy MOORE), married Abraham WHITE at Newberry MH.
9-17-1836 Anna LINDLEY (formerly BRAXTON) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
3-22-1837 Jonathan LINDLEY of Orange Co., son of Thomas, deceased, and Amy (now Amy MOORE), married Lucinda MARIS at Lick Creek MH.
7-15-1837 Thomas LINDLEY, Lick Creek PM reports he is non-attending and married contrary to discipline. He is disowned.
1-20-1838 William LINDLEY granted certificate to Springfield MM, Ohio to marry Anna K. FISHER, a member of that meeting.
3-21-1838 Gulielma LINDLEY, daughter of Jonathan, deceased, and Martha of Orange Co., married Levi WOODY of Washington Co. at Lick Creek MH.
1-19-1839 Dinah LINDLEY condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
5-20-1840 Ann LINDLEY, a widow and daughter of Thomas and Jane MARIS of Orange Co., married Hezekiah HENLEY of Rush Co. at Lick Creek MH.
12-19-1840 David LINDLEY Jr., Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline.
9-18-1841 Jonathan LINDLEY condemns his marriage out of unity.
1-20-1842 Samuel LINDLEY of Orange Co., son of David and Hannah, married Ruth FARLOW at Beech Grove MH.
5-23-1844 Deborah LINDLEY, daughter of Jonathan and Mary of Orange Co., married Joseph JONES at Newberry MH.
12-25-1844 Elizabeth LINDLEY, daughter of William and Michal, deceased, of Orange Co., married Samuel LINDLEY, son of Aaron and Ann at Lick Creek MH.
2-15-1845 Alfred LINDLEY, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
6-21-1845 Samuel LINDLEY, son of David, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline
.
7-19-1845 Henry LINDLEY, Beech Grove PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
8-21-1845 Samuel LINDLEY of Orange Co., son of Thomas, deceased, and Amy (now MOORE) married Eliza Jane TRUEBLOOD at Newberry MH.
12-23-1846 Elizabeth LINDLEY, daughter of Thomas and Margaret of Orange Co., married William STOUT at Newberry MH.
11-2-1848 Hannah LINDLEY, daughter of Jonathan and Mary of Orange Co., married Hiram TRUEBLOOD at Newberry MH.
3-21-1849 Asenath LINDLEY, daughter of William and Michel, deceased, of Orange Co., married Elisha PARKER of Driftwood, Bartholomew Co. at Lick Creek MH.
2-20-1850 Sarah LINDLEY, daughter of William and Michel, deceased, of Orange Co., married Cader NEWSOM of Driftwood, Bartholomew Co. at Lick Creek MH.
4-19-1851 Thomas E. LINDLEY granted certificate to Driftwood MM to marry Mehala NEWSOM
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4-19-1851 Charles LINDLEY granted certificate to Driftwood MM to marry Zilpha COX.
8-18-1851 Eleanor LINDLEY is at liberty to marry Josiah TRUEBLOOD.
9-10-1851 Owen LINDLEY Jr., Beech Grove PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
8-21-1852 Thomas LINDLEY, Beech Grove PM reports he used profane language, dropped plain dress and/or speech, and married contrary to discipline. He is disowned.
9-23-1852 Amy LINDLEY, daughter of Owen and Mary of Orange Co., married Alfred TRUEBLOOD at Newberry MH.
9-22-1852 Eli LINDLEY of Orange Co., son of Thomas and Peggy, deceased, of the same place, married Amy STOUT at Lick Creek MH.
4-16-1853 Jonathan LINDLEY, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline. A committee will write to Honey Creek MM and request that they treat with him.
8-20-1853 Jonathan LINDLEY, Honey Creek MM reports he condemned his marriage contrary to discipline and has been accepted by that meeting. Lick Creek MM was so informed.
2-22-1854 John LINDLEY of Orange Co., son of Aaron and Ann of the same place, married Nancy HOLLOWELL at Lick Creek MH.
11-2-1854 Nathan LINDLEY of Orange Co., son of Thomas and Peggy, deceased, of the same place, married Mary Ellen BRAXTON at Newberry MH.
11-22-1854 Mary LINDLEY, daughter of Aaron and Ann of Orange Co., married Nathan FARLOW at Lick Creek MH.
4-21-1855 Elizabeth LINDLEY (formerly LEE), Beech Grove PM reports she married contrary to discipline. She is disowned.
8-18-1855 Enoch LINDLEY granted certificate to White Lick MM to marry Malinda BAILS.
3-20-1858 James LINDLEY Jr., Beech Grove PM reports he attended a marriage contrary to discipline. He is disowned.
3-24-1858 Eli LINDLEY of Orange Co., son of Thomas and Peggy, deceased, of the same place, married Mary TOWEL at Lick Creek MH.
4-22-1858 Sarah LINDLEY, daughter of Jonathan and Mary of Orange Co., married Robert WHITE at Newberry MH.
6-19-1858 Joseph LINDLEY, Beech Grove PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
9-14-1859 Hiram LINDLEY, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
7-23-1862 Deborah TARR (formerly LINDLEY) married contrary to discipline. She retained membership
.
5-19-1866 Samira B. JONES (formerly LINDLEY), Lick Creek PM reports she married contrary to discipline.
12-1-1869 Ruth A. LINDLEY, daughter of Aaron and Ann of Orange Co., married William HOLMES at Lick Creek MH.
7-21-1873 Almira LINDLEY, Lick Creek PM reports she married contrary to discipline. She retains membership.
THE LINDLEY-CRAVENS
SUPREME COURT CASE
The third case, as follows, went to the Supreme Court in 1831: Jonathan Lindley, County Agent, sold at auction to John Austin three lots in Paoli, and gave him a title bond as follows:
STATE OF INDIANA,
ORANGE COUNTY. }SS.
Know all men by these presents, that I, Jonathan Lindley, lawful Agent for the town of Paoli, am held and firmly bound unto 'John Austin in the penal sum of $157.50, to which payment I bind myself, my heirs, and every of them, to be made and done. Witness my hand and seal April 9, 1816. The Condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bounden Jonathan Lindley doth make a deed unto John Austin for Lots No. 18, 21 and 28, in the town of Paoli, as soon as he can obtain a deed for the same, in failure thereof the above obligation to stand in full force and virtue in law, the date above written.
JONATHAN LINDLEY. [SEAL]
Payment was properly made for the lots by Austin and afterward he received a deed for two of them from Lindley, endorsing a receipt for such deed on the title bond. Austin then assigned the bond as to the third lot to William Cravens, who soon died, his administratrix being Jane Cravens. Jonathan Lindly also died, his executor being William Lindley. Jane Cravens as administratrix brought suit on the title bond against William Lindley, executor of Jonathan Lindley, and recovered a judgment before Judge Ross. Several important questions came up on trial; John H. Farnham was attorney for Lindley and for Jane Cravens. It was alleged that Jonathan Lindley through mistake permitted the word "heirs"to appear in the title bond instead of the words "successors in office,"and also that it was well known that Lindley conveyed the land in his official character and that his personal property should not be subject to execution under the judgment. William Lindley prayed the court for an injunction on the judgment and general relief, to which there was a demurer which was sustained and the injunction which had been temporarily granted in vacation was dissolved. The Supreme Court held that the judgment should be reversed and remanded to the Orange Circuit Court, and leave given the complainant to amend his bill, the error of the lower court being that upon sustaining the demurrer to the bill, the cause was not permitted to stand over for a reasonable time for the complainant to amend his bill. The Supreme Court also decided that the complainant's relief was to have the mistake in the title bond corrected in a court of chancery, by which act the county of Orange, and not the complainant, would become liable to Jane Cravens. It was also settled that the mistake in the title bond could not be pleaded in an action at law, but could only be in chancery, the ruling of the lower court on that point being correct. John H. Farnham was attorney for Lindley, and Charles Dewey for Jane Cravens. This was one of the hardest fought trials of early years.
In April 1811 the anti-slavery group of the Religious Society of Friends left Orange County, NC. Jonathan Lindley led this group of 200 or more. Some of the family names were: Braxton, Cox, Dicks, Crow, Chambers, Chamneys, Farlow, Hall, Henley, Hobbs, Hoggatt, Holiday, Hollowell, Hitchocks, Hills, Hobson, Jones, Lindley, Maris, Nixon, Saint, Spivy, Stout, and Thompson.
Jonathan Lindley was considered a very rich man in his day. He is supposed to have brought $100,000 in gold on his 800 mile journey from Orange County, North Carolina to the Indiana Territory. He sold a successful lumber and turpentine company in North Carolina. He served as leader to his Quaker meeting, land agent for the government, contractor for the first Courthouse, and board member for the State seminary. It may be through his considerable influence that Orange County is named after his former home.

[NI433] James Lindley b. 1641 d.???? b. Ballinclash, Ireland married Alice Walsmith. Both were born, married and died in Ireland and had 5 children.

[NI446] More About JOEL HALBERT II:
Ancestral File Number: 13QJ-PL2
Fact 1: Abt. 1777, Moves as member of William Anson Halbert Family to Henry County, Virginia.
Fact 2: 1786, "Removed" to South Carolina at age of 17
Fact 3: 1790, One of 1,433 resident of Pendleton District, South Carolina
Fact 4: 1800, One of 3,012 resident of Pendleton District, South Carolina
Fact 5: 1810, One of 3,063 residents of Pendleton District, South Carolina
Fact 6: 1812, Emigrated to Indiana, making camp at Rattle Snake Spring, 2 miles east of the rise of Lost River, in Orange County, Indiana. He drove through from Carolina in covered wagons, bringing wife and 10 of their 12 children with them.
Fact 7: Abt. 1812, Soldier under General Andrew Jackson in War of 1812. Fought in battle of New Orleans.
Fact 8: May 27, 1815, Record of Land Entry at Vincennes, Indiana Land Office for purchase of 582 acres in Daviess County, Indiana by Joel Halbert on May 27, 1815. Martin County was created from Daviess County, February 1, 1820.
Fact 9: 1816, Joel Halbert, Daniel Piles, John Cox, L. Trover, Stephen Stringham, Harvey Manning, James Lewis & Moses Norman located near Clement Horsey, on the east side of the river
Fact 10: February 1816, Appointed Associate Judge in Orange County which was created partly from Martin County. Judge Halbert & Thomas Fulton open Court in the home of William Lindley
Fact 11: 1820, Granted permission to operate a ferry between Halbert's Bluff & Dougherty Shoals on the White River, paying a fee of $5 annually.
Fact 12: 1820, Reside: Sholts Township, Martin County, Indiana
Fact 13: 1830, Reside: Martin County, Indiana
Fact 14: Aft. 1830, The water mill at Shoals used to grind grain & saw lumber "was owned by the Halbert's, Horsey's & B. R. Houghton, Major Houghton's Uncle
Fact 15: 1834, Halbert's Bluff Township name created by renaming Jackson Township in May term of Commissioners' Court, in honor of Joel Halbert.
Fact 16: May 29, 1844, Halbert's Bluff was selected for sites of county buildings, platted & recorded by Mason J. Sherman, County Agent.
Fact 17: 1850, Sale of town site by Joel Halbert on Halbert's Bluff to Stephen & Clement Horsey.
Fact 18: July 06, 1857, Halbert's Bluff, an early town in Martin County, Indiana, established on July 06, 1857. Original name of community was Pleasant Valley
Fact 19: November 09, 1868, Halbert's Bluff name changed to Shoals, Indiana on November 09, 1868.
Fact 20: 1890, Shoals, county seat of Martin County, Indiana is located in Halbert Township.
More About MARY SARAH LINDLEY:
Burial: July 1839, Shoals, Martin County, Indiana
Fact 1: January 24, 1999, DAR Listing uses name Elizabeth Lindsey, b. 1747; d. 1836.
More About JOEL HALBERT and MARY LINDLEY:
Marriage: January 01, 1789, Virginia

[NI449] Christian Co, Kentucky Marriage Records 1790-1825
John Lindley and Elizabeth Gray April 23, 1800
Children see paper #7 for their Children.
John, Sarah, Thomas, William,

[NI451] ii. William LINDLEY was born 5 OCT 1770 in Orange Co., NC, and died September 29,. 1833 in Bond Co., IL, . He married Martha HADEN , (Lindley) ABT. 1796 in Anderson Co., SC. She was born ABT. 1775. He married Jane MOODY , (Lindley, King) 18 MAR 1818 in Bond Co., IL. She was born ABT. 1775.
William Lindley bought land in Christian Co, Kentucky October 8, 1804 Abstract of Deed Book A
Peg;195 Also another transaction on pg 203 showing John Lindley as a witness.
Researches are working on this line the above named William who bought land in KY and married Jane Moody is believed to be Willam Lindley's and Martha Haden's son. William probally died in TN. Nothing more on the Will or an exact death date or burial place for him has been found. According to his will in 1816 he was very sick and probally could not relocate to Illinois and remarry and start a new family.
On June 22, 2001 Patrica Oates wrote to the Lindley-L@rootsweb.com the following:
Notes for William Lindley: Information from family group sheet by Eletha G. Mauksch. She referenced will dated August 9, 1816 TN . She says: Probably other children as my Mary Haden Lindley wasn't named in the will but they are listed as parents in sons Bible. Mary Haden Lindley is the ancestor of Eletha G. Mauksch.

[NI452] 1818 Census for Madison Co, IL pg 117 #22
Simon Lindley- ------- 2 males over 21 and 7 other white inhabitants.
He settled in Madison Co, In 1807 s/o John Lindley and Sarah Plyle
Katrina Monticue said Simon attended College in Philadelphia. Simon was a farmer and a Baptist Minister and a surveyor. Simon and Anna had seven children. He did not agree with his neighbors on the issue of slavery, so in the fall of 1807 he moved his family to Madison Co, IL and then the next spring he moved to what is now Bond Co, IL. Everything was very peaceful until 1811 when the Indians began to pillage and kill the settlers. Simon was warned by an old white haired Indian about further raids so Simon,
and the settles built a stockade in which they lived, but they went outside to do their farming. They had to live this way for about four years, during which time the Indians grew more hostile so the entire settlement moved to what is now Edwardsville, IL. Simon moved his family in 1820 to Sangamon County. It was there that Simon and Anna, together with eleven other neighbors, organized the Liberty Baptist Church on Lick Creek.

[NI453] Christian Co, Kentucky Marriage records 1797-1825
Thomas Lindley and Ruth Gibson December 7, 1805

[NI454] Jacob. lived in Kentucky, and Missouri. He went to Texas before the Civil War.
On the 25th of February, Abraham Gibbons, William Jackson, Jr., Jacob Lindley, Warner Mifflin, Joseph Husband and James Jackson, members of the Society of Friends, asked leave to lay before the Assembly then sitting at Lancaster, their sufferings under various acts of Assembly. They were ordered to be admitted to the bar of the House, but before they were allowed to speak, answers were required from them to the following questions:
1st. Whether do you acknowledge the present Assembly as the representatives of the people of the State, chosen for the purposes of legislation?
[p.xxv] 2d. Whether the people are not bound in obedience to the laws made by the Assembly agreeably to the Constitution?
The deputation, surprised at these questions, declared that they had not come prepared to answer them, and asked leave to withdraw.
The next day they made the following reply:
1st. We do believe the present Assembly to be the representatives of a body of the people of Pennsylvania, chosen for the purposes of legislation.
2d. We believe it to be our duty to obey the principles of grace and truth in our hearts, which is the fulfillment of all laws established in justice and righteousness. Where any decrees are made not having their foundation therein they operate against the virtuous and give liberty to the licentious, and unavoidably bring on general calamity. Although we think ourselves in duty bound to a testimony against all unrighteousness, yet it hath ever been our principle and practice, actively or passively, to submit to whatever power in the course of Providence we may live under.
The House resolved that the answers were “evasive and unsatisfactory,” but it was agreed that the Quakers might petition in writing. They did so three days afterward, and asked that such of their members as were exiled to Virginia in 1777 might be released. At the same time they declared that the law requiring citizens of the State to give assurances of their allegiance to the same “infringed upon the liberty of conscience.”
The persons who had been sent to Virginia were considered as prisoners of the United States and not of Pennsylvania, although the Government of the latter arrested them and sent them away. In January, the Supreme Executive Council [p.xxvi] had called the attention of Congress to their condition, and recommended their release. In March, Congress passed a resolution that they be delivered to the State. In April, the Supreme Executive Council ordered that they should be brought to Pennsylvania and set at liberty. Fifteen of them were brought back and were discharged. On the 30th of April, Thomas Gilpin and John Hunt died in exile.
On the 9th of September, [1778,] a supplement to the act “for the better security of Government” was passed, which extended the privilege of taking the oath of allegiance to persons who had been prisoners with the enemy at the time of the original passage of the law, and also to soldiers and sailors who had been in the service of the State, allowing them three months after that date or after they should come into the State. In December, a further supplement was passed, which gave to any one a right to take the oath of allegiance at any time. James Young, Plunket Flceson, George Ord and Isaac Howell, were appointed Commissioners for the City of Philadelphia to receive the affidavits under the law, and John Moor, Jonathan B. Smith, David Knox, Seth Quee and John Richards were appointed the same officers for the county. In consequence of the passage of this act, the Supreme Executive Council issued a proclamation pardoning all persons who were confined in prison, “convicted of pertinaciously refusing to take the several oaths or affirmations of allegiance to the State.”
: Lindley, Jacob, one of a Committee of Quakers
PAGE: xxiv
Jacob Lindley settled in Lamar, Delta and Hopkins County area of Texas in 1843-44. He was a merchant in Polk,Cedar and Dade County, MO. 1 1 1
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From the book, "Jacob Marion Lindley, his Ancestors and Desendants," A Genealogy by Milam Myrl Ewing, 1748 S. Gary Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104, June 1, 1978:
page 26:
"a. Rachel Lindley, born September 6, 1894, at Peerless, Texas, lives at Sulphur Springs, Texas. Married John W. McLeod, October 23, 1919, he was born July 31, 1892, died in May 1973, buried at Seymour, Texas.
Issue:
aa. John W. McLeod, Jr., deceased, buried at Seymour, Texas."
This book is available in the Hopkins County Genealogical Library and is a very detailed genealogy of the Lindleys, taking Rachel back several generations. That is all I found on the McLeods in the Lindley book.

[NI458] This must be the Samuel Lindley who was a hatter by trade, he was the first hatter in Bond Co, IL. Samuel lived at the Lindley Fort or Block House. Larry and Pam notes says that Samuel Lindley born 1793 and Joseph Lindley went together to Bond Co, IL.
On November 7, 1834, the Govenor of IL. signed Samuel's entrance into Texas through the Port of Nacogodoches. Military service November 25, 1812- September 4, 1814 in Captain Amos Squire's Company . On November 7, 1834 Samuel, was given Spanish Land Grants , which was later recognized by The Republic Of Texas.
Samuel and His wife were first cousins. Kentucky Marriage Records, Christian Co, 1797-1825 show
Samuel Lindley and Mary Hall married June 5, 1809
He married Elizabeth Whitley in 1810 in Madison Co, IL. This was the next year after he married Polly Hall.
Illinois Public Land Purchase Records
Name Section Price Total Date Volume Page Acres
LINDLEY SAMUEL SESW 125 5000 12 February 1838 291 190 4000
LINDLEY SAMUEL E2NE 125 10000 28 May 1831 291 055 8000
LINDLEY SAMUEL NENE 125 4854 10 February 1836 291 108 3883
LINDLEY SAMUEL SWNW 125 4762 10 February 1836 291 108 3810
LINDLEY SAMUEL NE 200 31726 07 April 1817 318 064 15863
Texas Land Title Abstracts
Samuel Lindley
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Abstracts of original Texas land titles comprising grants and locations. More information below
Grantee Certificate Patentee Patent Date Acres Adjoining County
Samuel Lindley, Jr 3896/3997 Hrs. of Samuel Lindley 09 Jul 1890 143
Samuel Lindley 27 Aug 1835 4197.70 Walker
Samuel Lindley 27 Aug 1835 268.05
Samuel Lindley, Jr. 117 Hrs. of Samuel Lindley 07 Jun 1855 177
Samuel Lindley 115 W. R. Wooten 03 Apr 1851 177.10
Samuel Lindley 27 Aug 1835 4197.7 Montgomery
John Crane 333 Samuel Lindley 04 Dec 1849 177.10
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ID: I436
Name: Samuel Washington LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 1788 in Pendleton District, Anderson County, South Carolina
Death: 1859 in Walker County, Texas
Burial: Unmarked grave at Shepard Hill Cemetery site of Old Danville
Note: Samuel and his family were admitted to Texas through the "Port of Nacogdoches" by the Mexican authorities. The Governor of Illinois signed Samuel's certificate of entrance to Texas on November 7, 1834 Samuel Lindley and several family members moved from Illinois to the Mexican state of Coahuila y Tejas in November 1833. Samuel and his son-in-law, John Sadler, received land grants from the Coahuila y Tejas government issued in Nacogdoches on November 7, 1834. These grants were later recognized by the Republic of Texas. Event: Military War of 1812Illinois Note: In Captain Amos Squire's Company from November25, 1812 to September 4, 1814. PROP: Note: Spanish Land Grant,Volume C: 56, Montgomery County, Texas PROP: Note: When Samuel Washington Lindley died in 1859, his estate was administered in 1860, probated in November, 1859 term of Montgomery County, valued at $26, 299.50, consisted of seven slaves valued at $5, 950.00; personal property of $3,475.75; 700acres of land $8,400.00; 700 acres of unimproved land on Caney Creek valued at $4,200.00; other $3,8776.25 and $497.50. It has been said he had so much land he never did walk on some of it. When Samuel Washington Lindley died, his third wife, Martha Taylor Allphin, tried to get all of his estate, and the children took the matter to court and won, but because of this, they would never put a marker at his grave. Samuel was also the administrator of his son, Jonathan's estate, which consisted of about $1,500.00 filed in Vol. A., Probate Records of Montgomery County, Texas, March 26, 1838, being the following: $150.00serving at the Alamo, $150.00 having been killed at the Alamo; cattle, hogs, cash on hand, notes owing to him; and 1,280 acres(bounty land) in Rusk, Panola and Smith Counties, Texas. He also owned property in Polk County, Texas, and prior to entry into the Army, worked as a surveyor, surveying his own and family's properties.
Research by Annette Modisette
[Lanier-buckmaster.FTW]
Information provided by Patricia Oates.
Samuel and his family were admitted to Texas through the "Port of
Nacogdoches" by the Mexican authorities. The Governor of Illinois
signed Samuel's certificate of entrance to Texas on November 7, 1834
Samuel Lindley and several family members moved from Illinois to the
Mexican state of Coahuila y Tejas in November 1833. Samuel and his
son-in-law, John Sadler, received land grants from the Coahuila y
Tejas government issued in Nacogdoches on November 7, 1834. These
grants were later recognized by the Republic of Texas.
In Captain Amos Squire's Company from November 25, 1812 to September
4, 1814.
Spanish Land Grant, Volume C: 56, Montgomery County, Texas
When Samuel Washington Lindley died in 1859, his estate was
administered in 1860, probated in November, 1859 term of Montgomery
County, valued at $26, 299.50, consisted of seven slaves valued at $5,
950.00; personal property of $3,475.75; 700 acres of land $8,400.00;
700 acres of unimproved land on Caney Creek valued at $4,200.00; other
$3,8776.25 and $497.50. It has been said he had so much land he never
did walk on some of it. When Samuel Washington Lindley died, his
third wife, Martha Taylor Allphin, tried to get all of his estate, and
the children took the matter to court and won, but because of this,
they would never put a marker at his grave. Samuel was also the
administrator of his son, Jonathan's estate, which consisted of about
$1,500.00 filed in Vol. A., Probate Recrods of Montgomery County,
Texas, March 26, 1838, being the following:
$150.00 serving at the Alamo, $150.00 having been killed at the Alamo;
cattle, hogs, cash on hand, notes owing to him; and 1,280 acres
(bounty land) in Rusk, Panola and Smith Counties, Texas. He also
owned property in Polk County, Texas, and prior to entry into the
Army, worked as a surveyor, surveying his own and family's properties.
Father: John LINDLEY b: 13 SEP 1747 in London Grove Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania
Mother: Sarah PYLE b: 10 NOV 1750 in Pennsylvania
Marriage 1 Mary "Polly" HALL b: 1789 in Chatham County, North Carolina
Married: 5 JUN 1809 in Christian County, Kentucky 1
Note:
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Samuel Washington was the first cousin of his wife, Mary Elizabeth
Hall.

[NI487] White
11-20-1828 Cornelius WHITE, son of Jesse, deceased, and Mary of Orange Co., married Merriam TRUEBLOOD at Lick Creek MH.
12-24-1828 Penelope WHITE, daughter of Caleb, deceased, and Parthena of Washington Co., married Nathan TRUEBLOOD at Poplar Grove MH.
9-9-1830 Abraham WHITE of Orange Co., son of Robert and Charlotty, both deceased, of Perquimmans Co. NC, married Mary LINDLEY at Newberry MH.
7-23-1834 Rebecca M. WHITE of Orange Co., daughter of Josiah and Elizabeth, both deceased, of Pasquatank MM, NC, married Jonathan HADLEY at Lick Creek MH.
1-24-1850 Eliza Jane WHITE, daughter of Abraham, deceased, and Mary of Orange Co., married William COSAND of Blue River, Washington Co. at Newberry MH.
11-23-1854 Thomas L. WHITE of Orange Co., son of Abraham, deceased, and Mary of Jackson Co., married Mary Ann MARIS at Beech Grove MH.
4-22-1858 Robert WHITE of Orange Co., son of Abraham, deceased, and Mary of the same place, married Sarah LINDLEY at Newberry MH.
12-22-1859 Anna WHITE, daughter of Abraham, deceased, of Jackson Co. and wife Mary of Orange Co., married Thomas MARIS at Newberry MH.
11-20-1862 Mary WHITE, daughter of Thomas, deceased, and and Amy LINDLEY of Orange Co., married Henry HENLEY of Plainfield at Newberry MH.
11-2-1865 Amy WHITE, daughter of Abraham, deceased, and Amy of Newberry, Orange Co., married Thomas ATKINSON at Newberry MH.

[NI489] Notes for James Lindley:
He is named in the will of his grandfather, Simon Hadley, who left will in New Castle County, Delaware and names all his grandchildren. He is named in the will of his father, Thomas Lindley, of Lindley's Mill,Orange County, NC Bk. A, p.22 who mentions Thomas Lindley, son of James Lindley, Sr., deceased (will dated 15 March 1780 Aug. Ct.1782.
James came to Orange County, NC by 1753-55 and had several land transactions. (Orange County, NC Deeds.) An article by Lindley Butler states he had 1170 acres in Granville Grants in Orange County (Now Chatham County) on Terrel's Creek. From 1753 to 1766 he is mentioned in the county court minutes, and he was licensed to keep an ordinary in his home.
Lindley was a captain in the Upper Saluda Regiment of the provincial militia.(Tory)
James Lindley, a Tory, hanged at Pendleton District, 1779
Found in"Georgians In The Revolution" at Kettle Creek [Wilkes Co,] and Burkes Co. by Robert Scott Davis, Jr.
James Lindley was a well to do land owner, minor civil official and Militia Officer before the war and an active Loyalist leader through the struggle that followed having been captured by the Whigs at least once before during the famous Snow Campaign of 1775. He left a widow and children.
Sheriff William Monroe of 96th District complied this list as part of his claim for money owed to him by the South Carolina State Government. To this goal fees of commitment for:
James Lindley Aquilla Hall Samuel Clegg Charles Draper John Anderson All were hanged.
James Lindley b. Sept 22, 1735 d. April 1779 was born in London Grove, PA married Mary Cox. Both are buried in Laurens county, SC. James was a captain under Colonel David Fanning in the Revolutionary War and fought in various battles at Fort Ninety Six in SC. James was an active Loyalist. (Loyal to the British) Visit this fort in SC and imagine your ancestor there fighting for the cause he believed in.
He was Capt. JAMES L LINDLEY

[NI496] New Garden MM on July 7th 1764 he is granted a certificate to Cane Creek, NC
New Garden MM William received a certificate From Cane Creek on April 5th 1766
New Garden MM on Nov 5th 1788 William son of Thomas Lindley and Ruth Hadley of Orange Co, NC. marries at London Grove, MH Mary Morton daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Morton of Chester Co, PA
New Garden William and Mary Lindley granted a certificate to Cane Creek, NC
Cane Creek, Orange Co, NC August 1, 1767 William's wife Mary, a certificate from New Garden. PA per Women's minutes.
William's will dated Sept 22, 1784------proved November 1784 Orange Co, NC per abstract names.
Wife Mary
Sons: Thomas, Samuel, William,
Daughters: Ruth, Mary
Brothers: Jonathan Lindley, Thomas Lindley , John Lindley
Others Susanna Maris, her brother
William Maris

[NI507] 328 - 330 16 Feb. 1829. James and David Lindley adm. of JONATHAN LINDLEY, JUNR. estate file sale bill. Buyers: David, James, James of Owen, Margery, Owen Junr., Owen Senr., Owen of Wm., Thomas, Thomas son of Owen, William, William Junr. and Zacharias Lindley, William Bland, Hiram and Jonathan Braxton, John Britten, George French, Samuel French, Samuel Glenn, James Henderson, William Hoggatt, Robert Holloday, William Lee, James McVey, George Mock, Isaac Scott, Henry Shirley & John Towell.

[NI514] Maris
10-14-1818 George MARIS, son of Aaron and Sarah, deceased, of Orange Co., married Hannah TOWEL at Lick Creek MH.
5-5-1819 Aaron MARIS of Orange Co., son of George and Eleanor, married Mary CHAMBERS at Lick Creek MH.
9-5-1821 William MARIS of Orange Co., son of Aaron and Sarah, deceased, married Catherine LOWDER at Lick Creek MH.
1-9-1822 Sarah MARIS, daughter of Thomas and Jane or Orange Co., married Josiah TRUEBLOOD at Lick Creek MH.
3-20-1824 William MARIS condemns his marriage contrary to discipline.
10-19-1825 Mary MARIS, daughter of Thomas and Jane of Orange Co., married Jacob HOGGATT of Vigo Co. at Lick Creek MH.
1-20-1830 Ann MARIS, daughter of Thomas and Jane of Orange Co., married John LINDLEY at Lick Creek MH.
10-31-1833 Aaron MARIS of Orange Co., son of Thomas and Jane of the same place, married Mary FARLOW at Newberry MH.
3-22-1837 Lucinda MARIS, daughter of Thomas and Jane of Orange Co., married Jonathan LINDLEY at Lick Creek MH.
12-22-1841 Aaron MARIS of Orange Co., son of Thomas and Jane, married Jane ANDREW at Lick Creek MH.
9-21-1842 George MARIS of Orange Co., son of Thomas and Jane of the same place, married Martha BRAXTON at Lick Creek MH.
2-20-1845 William MARIS of Orange Co., son of Thomas and Jane of the same place, married Mary JONES at Beech Grove MH.
2-16-1850 Jonathan MARIS, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
11-23-1854 Mary Ann MARIS, daughter of Aaron and Mary, both deceased, married Thomas L. WHITE at Beech Grove MH.
12-22-1859 Thomas MARIS of Orange Co., son of Aaron and Mary, both deceased, married Anna WHITE at Newberry MH.
5-18-1867 Mary E. MORRISON (formerly MARIS), Lick Creek PM reports she married contrary to discipline.
1-20-1870 Sarah Jane MARIS, daughter of Aaron and Jane of Orange Co., married Woodson HUBBARD of Honey Creek MM, Howard Co. at Newberry MH.
4-16-1870 Ruth MONTGOMERY (formerly MARIS), Beech Grove PM reports she married contrary to discipline.
THE MARIS FAMILY. The original members of this family came from Worchestershire, England, about two centuries ago, to escape religious persecution, the founders of the name in this country being George and Alice Maris. They reached America in 1683, and bought 1,000 acres of land in Delaware County, Penn. They had six children, one being John, who married Susanna Lewis, who bore him three sons and six daughters. The sons, John, George and Aaron, went to North Carolina before the Revolution, and reared large families there. Aaron returned to Pennsylvania and died without issue. George married Eleanor Lindley, who bore him four sons and three daughters, all living to raise families. Thomas, son of George, was born July 16, 1776 and in 1802 married Jane Holaday, and in 1811 moved to Paoli Township, where they lived until their deaths. They had eleven children: Sarah, Eleanor, Mary, Anna, Aaron, Ruth, Lucinda, William, George, John and Susannah. October 31, 1833, Aaron married Mary Farlow, who bore him three children: Mary A., Thomas and Mary. His second wife was Jane Andrews, who bore him five children: Oliver, Sarah J., Luther, Ruth and Aaron. The father, Aaron, died in 1852, and his wife, who was born in North Carolina in 1816, is yet living. Their children and John, son of Thomas, are the only members of the family now living in this county. John is one of the wealthiest farmers of the county, owning nearly 1,000 acres, and has made much of it by judicious business transactions. Aaron, son of Aaron, and grandson of Thomas, was born 1852, and November 12, 1878, married Mary A. Rhodes, who was born in this county June 6, 1855. They have two children: John J. and Myrtle E. Mr. Maris owns 238 acres, and is a progressive young farmer. The Marises belong to the Friends or Quakers, and are among the most respected and useful citizens. (Paoli Township)

[NI537] --Invalid Dates

Birth: JAN. 00, 1869

[NI573] Genealogical records from Lick Creek MM,IN;
also from Bible records of this family published on LINDLEY-L;
gives alternate Death date of 19 Feb 1837
-Cane Creek MM, Orange co,NC on 4 Aug 1781 Owen & William, sons of Thomas,
received on request
-Spring MM set off from Cane Creek MM,NC in 1793
-Whitewater MM, Wayne co,IN on 30 Nov 1811 William & 5 sons received on
certificate from Spring MM,NC
-Whitewater MM on 29 Aug 1812 William appointed Overseer at Lick Creek PM
-Lick Creek MM set off from Whitewater MM,IN in 1813
-Lick Creek MM, Orange co,IN on 30 Oct 1813 William Sr appointed Recorder
of marriage certificates
-Lick Creek MM on 27 Aug 1814 William appointed as a Trustee to receive
right for land on which Blue River MH stands
-Lick Creek MM on 25 Feb 1815 William appointed Clerk in place of William Jr
who requests to be released
-Lick Creek MM on 29 Jul 1815 William appointed Elder
-Lick Creek MM on 18 Sep 1830 William requests release from position of
Recorder
-Lick Creek MM on 21 May 1831 William removed from station of Elder due to
his illness
-Will dated 22 Dec 1835; proved 7 Mar 1837, Orange co,IN
Early Land Entries of Paoli Township
Orange County, Indiana
LINDLEY, Jonathan March 18, 1811 T1N, R1E, Sec. 8
LINDLEY, Jonathan January 29, 1812 T1N, R1W, Sec. 3
LINDLEY, Jonathan March 27, 1812 T2N, R1W, Sec. 13
LINDLEY, Jonathan October 29, 1812 T2N, R1E, Sec. 29
LINDLEY, Owen November 12, 1811 T1N, R1E, Sec. 20, 21
LINDLEY, Samuel March 27, 1812 T2N, R1W, Sec. 24
LINDLEY, Thomas March 27, 1812 T2N, R1W, Sec. 13
LINDLEY, William July 3, 1812 T1N, R1E, Sec. 8
LINDLEY, William November 2, 1812 T2N, R1E, Sec. 3
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[NI577] LINDLEY, Thomas; 23 Nov 1835; 14 Dec 1835; Sons Rebuen and Thomas; daughters Jane GREEN, Sarah ANDREW, Mary NEWLIN, Hannah CLOUD, Eleanor LOVE. Exec: John CLOUD. Witness: David LINDLEY, Samuel LINDLEY

[NI593] Salem, Washington County
It was platted in 1814, named for William Lindley family who came from Salem, North Carolina
Riley Roots
Compiled by: Sharon Tingley and Darlene Tracy
Other familiar names can be found in the early records of this Maryland/- Pennsylvania territory. Most of these men lived in Chester Co., PA or in New Garden and other townships just north of the MD line (Harford County). It is notable that New Garden was the meeting house for the Thompsons, Chambers, and Lindleys who traveled the same migration route as our Rileys -- to Orange Co., NC; then to Orange Co., IN.
James Thompson's will, dated July 1794 in Orange Co., NC lists Samuel Chambers as a brother-in-law; Owen Lindley as a son-in-law; and a William Riley. The final probate of Edward Riley's will in Orange Co., IN included a payment to[ William Lindley, ]brother of Owen and son-in-law of James Thompson who lived in New Garden, PA, Orange Co., NC; and Paoli, Orange Co., IN near the Riley's. Thompson's will also mentions land bought of James Riley. Orange Co., NC court records indicate that James and Rachael Riley sold land to both Thompson and Samuel Chambers in Feb. 1783.
Wills of Orange Co, IN
LINDLEY, Owen; 26 May 1871; 19 Aug 1871; Heirs: wife Mary; children Henry, Joseph, William, James, Amy TRUEBLOOD, Deborah, wife of Jonathan TARR. Father William LINDLEY deceased and brother Jonathan mentioned. Executors: James and William.
LINDLEY, Thomas; 11 Apr 1858; 8 Oct 1862

[NI598] HISTORY OF ORANGE COUNTY
CHAPTER 6
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THE EARLY LIVE STOCK AND GRAIN TRADE
As early as 1825 T. F. Chapman began to buy grain of the farmers and ship the same by wagon to Leavenworth, for transportation down the river. About the same time, also, he began to buy live hogs, which were driven to Leavenworth, where they were slaughtered and packed. William Lindley engaged in the same business, though he made a specialty, rather, of the horse and cattle trade. He bought droves of three-year-old steers for an average of $10 per head, and drove them in herds of several hundred to Ohio, where there were extensive markets for them for some reason. He also bought droves of horses and had them driven through to Philadelphia and New York, where they were shipped to Cuba to be used on the large sugar plantations there. Dr. Reed also engaged in buying cattle and hogs, which he drove to Leavenworth, and sold to the large packers there. It is probable that Chapman packed the first pork at Paoli. Dr. Reed and T. V. Thornton seem to have been in partnership in 1833-34, and later in the buying of hogs and the packing of pork. They slaughtered and packed as high as 100 hogs in one season. It was about 1835-36, that Clendenin and Moorman began buying, slaughtering, packing and shipping hogs. Each erected a good substantial and rather large building in the town on Lick Creek, where he gave employment to ten or twelve men during the packing season-from November to March. Together, these men slaughtered as high as 500 hogs in one season. Then in the spring, after the roads became good, the pork was hauled to the Louisville market. Clendenin's packing house was destroyed with fire in 1840, but Moormnan continued several years later. Late in the twenties and during the thirties the above men flat-boated the products of the farm - corn, wheat, rye, oats, flour, pork, skins, etc., to the Southern markets. Lick Creek was then a "navigable stream." James Pearson bought herds of horses and drove them to market at an early day. He was perhaps the earliest buyer of live stock in the town, and Chapman and William Lindley next.

[NI604] History of Orange County
... February, 1817, three Commissioners began doing the county business in place of the Associate Judges. Samuel Cobb, Ezekiel Blackwell, and Jonathan Lindley were the first three Commissioners - Cobb to serve three years, Blackwell two, and Lindley one. Their first act was to redivide the county into townships ...
HISTORY OF ORANGE COUNTY
CHAPTER 4
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COURT HOUSES AND JAILS
The first court house was a small log building erected by John Pickard in 1816 for $25, to be used only until a larger and better one could be built. This house was not used except for a session or two, after which subsequent courts met in private residences or stores until the completion of the court house of 1818. On the 4th of May, 1816, the contract of building a jail was let to John Pickard, who completed the work by August, 1817, at which time the structure was formally accepted. The total cost was $699: The building was of logs, and was used until 1821, when it was either rebuilt or replaced with a new one. In January, 1817, preparations were made to build a court house. The fund from the sale of town lots was ample, and the County Board decided to erect a creditable building. The contract was let to Jonathan Lindley, February 1, 1817, for $4,000, one-half to be paid in nine months and the remainder when the work was finished. Owen Lindley, Thomas Lindley and Robert Hollowell were sureties on Mr. Lindley’s bond. The building was to be of stone; was to be 33x50 feet; two-storied, fourteen feet between floors; upper story eight feet between floors; walls of the first story two feet thick, and of the upper story eighteen inches thick; eight windows with twenty-four panes of glass each in the lower story, and six in the upper story; one chimney and two doors; court-room below and Clerk’s office and jury-rooms above; windows with Venetian blinds. This building was completed in November, 1818, and reported for the acceptance of the County Board. Upon examination the Board refused to accept the building as finished, owing to alleged incompleteness in some parts, but signified their willingness to pay all except $150 of the contract price. Mr. Lindley refused to accept this proposition and asked that a committee of three might be appointed to examine and report what deduction, if any, should be made. He appointed David Floyd, and the County Board appointed Maj. Charles Dewey, and these two appointed the third member of the committee. The examination was made and the building was to be received and paid for with the exception of a deduction of $50. This satisfied all parties. The building, then, cost $3,950. It was a two storied stone structure, compactly rather than ornamentally built, covered about two-thirds of the ground of the present court house, and stood on the square where the other now stands. The entire story below was used for a court room, while above were two small jury rooms and a larger room used for various purposes while the building stood - as a library room, and as a law office by Judge Simpson, and perhaps others.

[NI618] Some researches belive this individual is identical with Samuel Lindley [1773-1853
who came to Washington Co, IN. there is strong evidence from the biography of Thomas Braxton, that this individual was the brother of Col. Zachariah Lindley.
A match of on DO neither individual had a birth right membership and joined the Society of Friends and they probably died young.

[NI624] --Invalid Dates

Death: LIVING

[NI629] Dorothy, I have been working on this since I was 13 years old and I am 47 now! I have gotten them back to 1183 - Just one generation missing to prove it out entirely. It's hard to get that far back - records are so scarce. I have interviews with all the oldies - on both sides- your husbands Aunt Vassie would never go outside without an umbrella, she was one really wise lady and pretty cool! There is alot that you will really enjoy - i have picutres of the old ones back to 1860's! William was born in Red Bay alabama, if i am not to far mistaken. there is an entire mountian there that is totally Lindley. That is the family home. Henry could not read - Jane taught the children but never him. They went to Red Bay in covered wagons - it is cool history. Ever hear of Arthur Lindley? He was my grandfather. Henry was his great grandfather. Jane Harrison was g-grandma. I was priviledged in knowing my great grandparents, not alot of people get to. I began a novel 5 years ago about the Lindley's, it is too cool and I hope to be done within the next 2 years. Alot of it is fact, but it is mixed with fiction. You cant help but get to know the way of life of the people that you research. Good for you!
I am glad you will be patient because it is a mess - we begin the unload tomorrow and have the week to get settled! I hate moving! I will get it to you as soon as i can - may really be in bits and peices. But it will be fun for you guys. I will write back as soon as I can.
Love, Pam

[NI658] Thomas Lindley b. 1754 d.???? married Elizabeth Hall. They are buried in the Lebanon Methodist Church cemetery near Rabun's Creek in Laurens county, SC. The cemetery has a memorial list of soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War that contains the name of Thomas Lindley. It is not known if his wife Elizabeth is buried there. Beginning with this generation this line of the family had changed over to the American side in the Revolutionary War.

[NI667] Chambers,
Lindley, Thomas
Captain John Nabors Company Militia
Born: 1790
Died: Mar 24, 1853
Buried: Moonfield Cemetery Randolph County
Spouse: Betsy Anderson
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--Heritage II, article #152, p. 147
Thomas Lindley b. 1790 d. March 24, 1853 Married Sarah Elizabeth ????????? (Last name not known for sure) are both buried in Moonfield cemetery in Randolph county, AL. Thomas served in the War of 1812 as a private in the South Carolina militia in Capt. John Nabors Company. He was honorably discharged and received bounty land in Randolph county, AL. Thomas and his family appears in the 1850 Randolph county, AL census

[NI669] Sources:
Title: Randolph Co, Alabama Heritage Book (Research by Sylvester "Lin" Lindley)
Title: "Lindley Family Roots in PA, NC, SC, GA, & AL" by Terry M. (Mick) Lindley

[NI695] I don't know if this is the William that killed Moses Cox or not but is included here because of the Cox intermarriage with his fathe James Lindley and mother Mary Cox I would assume this is some of her family. By Dorothy Perrault
Story of the Murder of Moses Cox at Gainesville
Race For a Great Criminal Lawyer
Life of H.W. Glasscock
MORE ABOUT OLD TIMES IN GREENE COUNTY
Story of the Murder of Moses Cox at Gainesville
by William Lindley just after the war.
RACE FOR A GREAT CIMINAL LAWYER
Notes about the Jacksons
and other Old Timers
of the Country.
LIFE OF H.W. GLASSCOCK
Bob Halley's Celebrated Bear Dog
for which He refused a Horse.
Just after the war, Gainesville was the scene of another shocking murder, in which William Lindley was one of the proncipal actors. He was a drinking man, and one day while he was seated in front of a saloon, somewhat under the influence of strong drink, Moses Cox came up and spoke to, and started to engage in conversation with Lindley.There had been some bad feeling between the men for along time, but Cox was not drinking at the time, and it was claimed that he used no offensive language towards Lindley who drew a large dirk or bowie knife, sprang upon Cox and cut him to death on the spot.
Moses Cox was the father of George Cox of Paragould, Mrs. Ann Steele of this city, of the late A.P. Cox also of Paragould, of John Cox, and of Bud Cox of Malden. Lindley was tried for the murder of Moses Cox but came clear. There was then a noted criminal lawyer at Pocahontas, by the name of E.Y. Mitchhell, who was the father-in-law of the great Missouri commoner, Silver Dick Bland, and both parties to the Gainesville tragedy dispatched runners to Pocahontas after the great criminal lawyer. It was over thirty miles across the the country to Pocahontas, and the race for the noted attorney was a famous one. Lindley's runner reached the goal first, and the brillant attorney was employed to defend the accused as was also T.J. Ratcliff, who was prosecuting attorney, but resigned to accept a fee from Lindley. Both Mitchell and Ratcliff were given $1000 each for defending Lindley, and both being very fine lawyers, they succeeded in saving him from the gallows. He never seemed like the same man again, his health began to fail and he began to go down financially and in every other way until his death.

[NI696] Aquilla Lindley b. 1811 d. July 9, 1901 Married Mary Elizabeth King. He is buried at Mt. Hope cemetery in Arley, AL. Mary is apparently not buried there. Aquilla has a very interesting epitaph on his marker at the gravesite. It reads as follows, "BEHOLD DEAR FRIEND AS YOU PASS BY, AS YOU ARE NOW SO ONCE WAS I "

[NI702] Frist person to be buried in this Cemetery.

[NI709] Most of these men were from Rockdale area of Randolph Co, Alabama.
Roster of Company G, 22 Alabama Regiment, CSA, Randolph Co, Alabama 22nd Ala Company G
Thomas Mark Lindley Born Nov. 15, 1834 died Oct. 17,1918
He joined the Union Army in 1864

[NI713] Elizabeth Ball wife off Thomas Mark Lindley was the first person buried in this Cemetery

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ID: I1568
Name: Rev. Jacob LINDLEY
Sex: M
Occupation: Minister, Univ Presiden 1
Note:
Francis Henry Ervin, b. 12/23/1835 d. 11/18/1903, Medical Doctor, graduate of University of Virginia in 1858, married Mary Elizabeth Anderson, Pontotoc, Miss., daughter of Benjamin Dabney Anderson, lawyer, State Legistlator, Government Land Agend, Mason, referred to as Colonel (Service not proved). He married Sarah Frances Lindley, daughter of Rev. Jacob Lindley, graduated from Princeton in 1800, Presbyterian minister, and first president of the University of Ohio, Athens, Ohio. Lindley was descended from Governor Robert Treat of Connecticut. Mrs. Mary Anderson Ervin became an ardent prohibitionist. She was first president of the W.C.T.U. of Mississippi, and National Vice-President. Her interest in the youth caused her to originate and push for passage of the First Reform Bill for Juvenile Delinquents passed by the Mississippi Legislature. It was supposed to separate the old and the new offenders. Mary E. Anderson was born 1/19/1842, Pontotoc, Miss., and died Columbus, Miss., 11/1/1924. Ref: Goodspeed's "History of Mississippi." As a Confederate soldier Dr. Ervin was captured at Gettysburg, Pa., and discharged from Johnson's Island, Ohio, June 18, 1865, having taken the Oath of Allegiance to the U.S. on that date. He had served the southern prisoners in the prison Sandusky as it was called, during the previous winter, because they had no medical attention given them by the U.S. He was a man of love and though brought up a Presbyterian became active in the Methodist Church at New Hope near his home in Lowndes County, Miss. Dr. and Mrs. Ervin were religious people, and Dr. Ervin, never refused a call from white or the Negro population serving after the war many times without pay. This was evidenced at his funeral when one whole hill was covered with the colored population who had come from miles around. Any member of his descendants can be members of the "Stars and Bars".
By Charles Barnett Lampkin, Jr.
From Descendants of John Crawford. 1643 (Pg 171 to 172).
Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Children
Sarah Frances LINDLEY
Sources:
Abbrev: Descendants of John Crawford, 1643 by Charles Barnett Lampkin, Jr.
Note:
Descendants of John Crawford, 1643 by Charles Barnett Lampkin, Jr. ACME Press Inc. 2541 N.W. 95th St. Miami Fl 33147 Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 70-140926
Page: 171

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JOSEPH LINDLEY was born in this county September 24, 1827, son of OWEN and MARY (WILSON) LINDLEY. The grandfather was WILLIAM, who located near the Half Moon Spring, this county, in 1811, coming from North Carolina. They were Quakers, and strictly moral and upright people. Owen Lindley had a family of four sons and three daughters, and was one of the most prominent of the pioneers, being called upon to fill many responsible positions of trust. Joseph received a common school education, and was reared on a farm. February 24, 1858, he married REBECCA VAN METER, and to this union were born twelve children: MARY J., JOSEPH M., JAMES O., FLORA E., CHARLES S. V., WILLIAM H., CHAMBERS M., NORA B., JOHN L., BENNADICTA O., JOSEPH M. and one who died in infancy. Mr. Lindley is a successful farmer, and owns 200 acres, one of the best farms in the county. He is a Republican in politics and takes much interest in all laudable public improvements and enterprises, and is one of the best farmers and citizens of the county.
Submitted by: Diana Flynn
"History of Lawrence, Orange and Washington Counties, Indiana", Goodspeed Bros. and Co., 1884. Orange County, Indiana - Paoli Township

[NI742] In the year 1833, they settled on the place where J. C. Lindley now lives, and have never moved from it. John Lindley, who was born August 9, 1809, was shot by some unknown person, while in his field sowing wheat, October 7, 1864, from the effects of which he died October 18, 1864. He came to this country poor, but, by industry and good management, acquired considerable property. At the commencement of the late Civil War he was the largest tax-payer in Dade County, Mo. His wife, whose maiden name was Brasher, was born February 25, 1811, and is now living on the old homestead with her son, J. C. Lindley. Although seventy-eight years old, she is hale and hearty, and our subject cannot remember the time when she was sick enough to call in a physician. She is the mother of three children, all living. One son, J. R. Lindley, living at Ridgeway, Hopkins County, Tex., is one of the large land and stock owners of that part of Texas. A daughter lives in Jerico Spring, Cedar County, Mo. Both were married, and left the old home before the third child, J. C. Lindley, was born. Mr. J. C. Lindley received only a moderate English education in the district schools of Morgan Township, his circumstances being such that he could not attend higher schools, his father’s death leaving him the charge of an aged mother, and the business devolving upon him.

[NI744] Sam and Letha migrated to Texas by1850

[NI750] Eli, and Sallie lost their first five children they died as infants. Sallie and Eli had 18 children.
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PEERLESS, TEXAS. Peerless, also known as Gay's Mills, Hilldale, and Fairyland (Fairy Land), was a farming community on Farm Road 71 eleven miles northwest of Sulphur Springs in northwestern Hopkins County. Eli Lindley moved to the area in 1842. In the 1850s a small settlement developed there; it was called Gay's Mills for a water-powered flour mill operated by John D. Gay. In the 1870s the community was known as Hilldale, but its post office, established in 1880 with J. A. Leeman as postmaster, was called Fairyland (or Fairy Land). The latter name is said to have derived from the idea that the young girls at local dances looked like fairies, and that the local hilly terrain made the community seem like a fairyland. In 1885 the town had several steam gristmills and cotton gins, a broom factory, a church, a district school, and an estimated population of 400. Around 1891 the town name was changed to Peerless. This name is said to have been adopted after a family named Cotton planted a brand of potatoes called Peerless. Heavy rains prevented the harvest, and the overripe potatoes began to rot, giving off a pungent odor that wafted through the community, prompting the new name. By 1900 Peerless had two churches, two gristmills and cotton gins, and a population of 250. In 1905 the town school, still called Fairy Land, had two teachers and an enrollment of forty-six. The post office closed sometime after 1900, and during the 1920s the population dropped to 150. In the mid-1930s Peerless had two churches, a school, a cemetery, three businesses, and a number of scattered houses. Its population remained at a constant level until after World War II;qv in 1948 the town still had a population of about 150. After that time no further population estimates were available. In the late 1980s Peerless still had two churches, a cemetery, and two businesses.
BIBLIOGRAPHY: Florene Chapman Adams, Hopkins County and Our Heritage. (Sulphur Springs, Texas: 197-?).
Christopher Long
Individual:
Research by Alton Cook on the Decatur Cemetary & the Millhollan Family http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~drycreek/oaklawn.htm
Oak Lawn Cemetery was officially established in 1878 when William T. Perry deeded property to R.M. Collins, the mayor of Decatur, for a public burial ground for area residents. At that time however, at least one marked grave, that of Eli Lindley (d. 1867) existed, indicating that a private cemetery has first been established here. Other marked graves dating as early as 1857 are believed to have been relocated to this site after the public cemetery’s founding.
The first person buried in the cemetery was Eli Lindley although several others with earlier death dates may have been moved here from Sand Hill Cemetery which was the first cemetery in Wise County. Eli Lindley owned 48,000 acres in Jack, Hopkins and Wise Counties. His land one and a half miles north of Decatur was known as the Carlo Ball place, and his sister, Mrs. B.W. Millholland, lived on the land and took care of it for him. When he came to Decatur in April of 1867 he caught pneumonia and died at his sister’s house. They walked and carried his casket from her house to the grave location in the cemetery (Block 3, Lot 42).- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - -

[NI755] John Cyrus Lindley
Author: Published by Goodspeed Date: 28 Dec 1999 12:00 PM GMT
Surnames: LINDLEY, HAILEY
Classification: Biography
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HISTORY OF HICKORY, POLK, CEDAR, DADE AND BARTON COUNTIES, MISSOURI, 1889. published by Goodspeed, 1889; Pgs. 824, 825
John Cyrus Lindley, the subject of this sketch, was born in the northeast corner of Dade County, Mo., September 11, 1852, where he has resided since his birth. He is the son of John and Mary Lindley, who came to this county from Kentucky at a very early day. In the year 1833, they settled on the place where J. C. Lindley now lives, and have never moved from it. John Lindley, who was born August 9, 1809, was shot by some unknown person, while in his field sowing wheat, October 7, 1864, from the effects of which he died October 18, 1864. He came to this country poor, but, by industry and good management, acquired considerable property. At the commencement of the late Civil War he was the largest tax-payer in Dade County, Mo. His wife, whose maiden name was Brasher, was born February 25, 1811, and is now living on the old homestead with her son, J. C. Lindley. Although seventy-eight years old, she is hale and hearty, and our subject cannot remember the time when she was sick enough to call in a physician. She is the mother of three children, all living. One son, J. R. Lindley, living at Ridgeway, Hopkins County, Tex., is one of the large land and stock owners of that part of Texas. A daughter lives in Jerico Spring, Cedar County, Mo. Both were married, and left the old home before the third child, J. C. Lindley, was born. Mr. J. C. Lindley received only a moderate English education in the district schools of Morgan Township, his circumstances being such that he could not attend higher schools, his father’s death leaving him the charge of an aged mother, and the business devolving upon him. January 25, 1877, Mr. Lindley was united in marriage to D. F. Hailey, who was born in Dade County, Mo., November 23, 1854, and is the daughter of Allen and Eva Hailey. Mr. Hailey was shot at his home during the late war. The mother is still living on the farm where her husband was killed. Mrs. D. F. Lindley is an amiable, even-tempered lady, of whom her husband is very proud. To them have been born six children—four boys and two girls: James Walter, John Elmer, Mary Eva, Laura Jane, Albin Rollo, and Frank Lee. Mr. Lindley is the owner of about 1,600 acres of land, divided into three improved farms; two are in Cedar County, Mo., and the old home place, where he lives, is about equally divided in Dade and Cedar Counties. Mr. Lindley is one of the stockholders in the Dade County Bank; handles considerable stock, among them some short-horn cattle, jacks and stallions, and is the largest tax-payer in his township. He, wife and mother, are members of the Church of Christ, and he is a deacon in the same. In politics, he is a Democrat. Although having no political aspirations, he was unanimously chosen a candidate for representative in 1888. Owing to the large Republican majority in Dade County, he was defeated. Dade County has a Republican majority of 360 odd, and Mr. Lindley was beaten by only 146 votes. He disclaims any intention of ever entering politics again, and only consented this time at the earnest solicitation of his “true and tried” friends. His only ambition, as a public man, has been to be a minister of the “gospel of the grace of God.” Although not an ordained minister, he has preached some. He say: “In a quiet way, I expect to spend the remainder of my days at the dear old homestead, where my sainted father sleeps, and the roof of which has been my shelter ‘mid all the vicissitudes of life.”

[NI759] Joseph, migrated to Hopkins Co, Texas in 1868

[NI779] Jonathan {John] as he was called lived in Denton Co, Texas, and he was a Doctor.

[NI791] William T. Lindley b. July 29, 1846 d. May 2, 1918 Married Mary Ann Henderson, b. Jan 9, 1849 d. Feb 18, 1935, and both are buried at Mt. Hope cemetery in Arley, AL. William was a huge landowner and the elected Sheriff of Douglas county, GA in 1881. He and his family left Georgia under some bad circumstances and moved to Alabama. For this story see " Lindley Family Roots in PA, NC, SC, GA, & AL " by Terry M. Lindley at your library. William stood up for what he thought was right and never stopped short of letting his voice be heard. In June of 1882 he personally brought suit against the town of Douglasville, GA because he thought a trial was not legal.
He was also a very harsh sheriff. In the 1880's if you broke the law you were in real trouble and the "High Sheriff" came looking for you. By nature they were a tough breed, and could be pretty mean.

[NI812] James John Issac Lindley was imprisoned for his religious beliefs and it is not know what month he went to Ireland in 1638.
Our Lindley Line - English/Irish
> Frist Generation
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> John Isaac LINDLEY. Born in Cheshire, England. John
> Isaac married Alice
> UNKNOWN?
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> They had:
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> i. James William (1641-1714)
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> *The exact date James went to Ireland has not been
> found, but one source
> suggested around 1670 when James was in his early
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James John Isaac Lindly was born around 1612, and he was the son of Henry Lyndley (b. 1589) and Euphemia Pickard. Henry Lyndley is the son of Edmounde Lyndley (b. 1550) and Margrette Lister according to the information I've been able to gather.
James John Isaac Lindley had two sons that moved to Ireland. James William and Thomas, but there might have been others.
I'm descended from James William Lindley by his son James Lindley (b. 1681) and Eleanor Parke.
Their son Thomas Lindley (b. 1706) and Ruth Hadley.
Their son John Lindley (b. 1747) and Sarah Pyle.
Their son Jacob Marion Lindley (b. 1781) and Alsey Ruth Gibson.
Their son Eli Lindley (b. 1811) and (1st wife unknown), but his 2nd wife Sarah Crisp raised:
John Washington Lindley (b. 1841/43) and Nancy Tennessee Rae.
Their son James Eli Lindley (b. 1881) married Ida Mae Karnes
Their son James Woodrow Lindly (b. 1913) and Eulalia Ware are my fathers parents.
Author: Kim Howell
John Isacc Lindley b. 1605 d.???? is the earliest known ancestor of the Lindley family tree. John was imprisoned in England for religious beliefs. It is not known when he went to Ireland. This is all the information we have on him at this time.
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[NI813] Jonathan, married Ruth Lindley daughter of Jacob. She was Jonathan's cousin. Jonathan was know in Texas as "Racer Ja" He was a race horse breeder.

[NI815] Elihu, and Martha, were the parents of ten children. The first three were born in Mo. Four were born in Oregon, Clara Ann, was a widow and lived with them.
They arrived in Oregon by wagon on Sept 9, 1852.

[NI816] Towel
1-27-1816 Ruth TOWEL (formerly HARVEY) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline and Center MM in Ohio is so informed.
10-14-1818 Hannah TOWEL, daughter of John and Martha, deceased, of Orange Co., married George MARIS at Lick Creek MH.
4-26-1823 John TOWEL is granted a certificate to Blue River MM to marry.
1-21-1825 Jesse TOWEL is granted a certificate to Blue River MM to marry Sarah Ann WHITE.
2-17-1827 Sarah THOMSON (formerly TOWEL) is reported to have married contrary to discipline.
3-20-1830 Dinah DISHON (formerly TOWEL), Lick Creek PM reports she married contrary to discipline. She condemns her misconduct.
3-20-1833 Rachel TOWEL, daughter of John and Martha, deceased, of Orange Co., married Owen THOMPSON at Lick Creek MH.
5-22-1833 Elizabeth TOWEL, daughter of John and Martha, deceased, of Orange Co., married John McCoy at Lick Creek MH.
12-20-1834 Isaac TOWEL condemns his marriage out of unity.
9-21-1843 Isaac H. TOWEL of Orange Co., son of Henry and Ruth, deceased, of the same place, married Sarah MARSHALL at Newberry MH.
8-21-1847 Sarah Ann TOWEL declared her intention of marrying James JONES.
9-30-1847 Sarah Ann TOWEL, widow of Jesse of Orange Co., daughter of Caleb, deceased, and Partheny WHITE of Blue River MM, Washington Co., married James JONES at Beech Grove MH.
1-15-1848 Parthena TOWEL declared her intention of marrying Jonathan L. JONES.
3-18-1848 Jesse TOWEL, Beech Grove PM complains he married contrary to discipline.
3-23-1848 Parthena TOWEL, daughter of Jesse, deceased, and Sarah Ann of Orange Co., married Jonathan L. JONES at Beech Grove MH.
4-19-1856 John W. TOWEL, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He is disowned.
3-24-1858 Mary TOWEL, daughter of John and Mary, deceased, of Orange Co., married Eli LINDLEY at Lick Creek MH.
Trammel

[NI817] She was called Lizzie and raised Inez Lindley daughter of Marshall Lindley.

[NI818] "History of Lane Co, Oregon," published in 1884 and the Lane Co, Cemetery listing.
Ballew+Mclaughlin Families

[NI820] A noted Jersey Breeder in Texas.

[NI821] John was a Doctor. He lived in Denton, Texas.

[NI833] Cemetery inscription:
Redellium LINDLEY
b. 03 Jul 1835
Cedar or Polk Co, MO
m. 17 Dec 1857
d. 04 Nov 1913
Cumby, TX
Listed in the Hunt County Census for 1860:
Household #223-211
Redellium Linley, age 25, Male, Stock Raiser, born MO
Ann F. Linley, age 22, Female, born TN
Old Settlers in Hopkins Co., 40 Years Ago, by R. W. Harris (From Cumby Rustler 7-15-32. Copied from the collections in The Center for American History, The Univ. of TX at Austin. Submitted by John A. Sellers; re-copied from the Hopkins County Heritage, June 1995, Vol. 12, Number 2):
"Redelium Lindley was another prominent and well known citizen, who was born in Polk County, Missouri, in 1835. In 1849, with his father, John Lindley, he located on South Sulphur in Hopkins County. At the age of 23 he married a Miss Sayle, member of a prominent and wealthy family in Hunt County. Mr. Lindley early gave his attention to the cattle industry and soon became the owner of a large lot of cattle. He would sell and buy and as he made money, would purchase blocks of land, and when he died, was one of the large land owners of the county, besides possessing much other property. During the Civil War Mr. Lindley, was detailed with a force to protect the frontier, but never saw service where actual hostilities took place."
Father: Jehu John "Racer J." LINDLEY b: 9 AUG 1811 in KY
Mother: Mary Ruth LINDLEY , (Millholland) b: 13 JUN 1819 in Christian Co., KY
Marriage 1 Jennie HOWSLEY , (Lindley) b: ABT. 1840
Marriage 2 Spouse Unknown
Children
Redellium LINDLEY b: 1852
Marriage 3 Frances Ann SAYLES , (Lindley) b: 1837 in Union City, TN
Married: 10 NOV 1858 in Hunt Co., TX, Bk A, pg 13
Note: Marriage date taken from the Lindley Family book.
Children
John LINDLEY b: 1862
Susan E. Lillion LINDLEY b: 1866
Thomas B. LINDLEY b: 1867
Redellium LINDLEY b: 1869
Nettie. LINDLEY b: 1871
Robert I. LINDLEY b: 1873
William R. LINDLEY b: 1875

[NI835] Alsey, had two sons who were Doctors.

[NI836] James, has moved to Fayette Co, Alabama from Izard Co, Arkansas. Probably because some of his children from his first marriage are living in Alabama.
Sources:
Copeland, Harris, Lawernce, Neville, Pittman, Turner
Ancestors and Descendants of Jessie Macon Lawrence:

[NI996] Emily was called"Sallie'.

[NI1032] Richard Ashmore was B in 1690 in Ireland and d in 1747 in Lancaster, PA.
He married Margery Lindley in 1736 in PA and they lived in NC. They has at least one son.
Margery had a child prior to her marriage to Richard. According to the information from the New Garden MM in PA, Margery said the child belonged to Joshua Hadley and she named the child Joshua Hadley after his father.
Richard Ashmore was B in 1690 in Ireland and d in 1747 in Lancaster, PA.
He married Margery Lindley in 1736 in PA and they lived in NC. They has at least one son.
Margery had a child prior to her marriage to Richard. According to the information from the New Garden MM in PA, Margery said the child belonged to Joshua Hadley and she named the child Joshua Hadley after his father.
Margery Lindley Ashmore Nelson McGarraugh Dixon
Author: Grover Pope Date: 16 Jan 2002 5:40 PM GMT
Classification: Query
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Margery Lindley was my fifth ggmother, she had an illif son by Joshua Hadley in 1736, both dism from the Quakers. Joshua m another girl. Shortly Margery m Richard Ashmore,he sold a tavern in 1734 in Philli. Pa. left a will in Lancaster co. Pa. in 1747. Margery m John Nelson, he died in 1754 in York Co. Pa. Unable to settle estate. Margery m William McGarraugh in 1756 and tried to get Ashmore inheritance from John Nelson's estate. McGarraugh died before inheritance could be obtained.Margery m James Dixon in 1760, they went to court and finally obtained money for Margery, her children ; Joshua Hadley, son James Ashmore and Edy Ashmore.
James Dixon did not name a wife, so assume Margery had did between 1760 and date of his will in 1768.
Margery was the dau of James and Elinor Parke Lindley.
Joshua Hadley Sr. was the son of Simon Hadley. Both families were devote Quaker are mentioned in the Pa Quaker book by Hinshaw...Have copies of wills and orphan court records to prove the above material, if anyone can add to this data, would be most appreciated. Sorry for such a long message.
Grover Pope. In Tn...p-grover@bellsouth.net

[NI1039] Notes for James Lindley:
He is named in the will of his grandfather, Simon Hadley, who left will in New Castle County, Delaware and names all his grandchildren. He is named in the will of his father, Thomas Lindley, of Lindley's Mill,Orange County, NC Bk. A, p.22 who mentions Thomas Lindley, son of James Lindley, Sr., deceased (will dated 15 March 1780 Aug. Ct.1782.
James came to Orange County, NC by 1753-55 and had several land transactions. (Orange County, NC Deeds.) An article by Lindley Butler states he had 1170 acres in Granville Grants in Orange County (Now Chatham County) on Terrel's Creek. From 1753 to 1766 he is mentioned in the county court minutes, and he was licensed to keep an ordinary in his home.
Lindley was a captain in the Upper Saluda Regiment of the provincial militia.(Tory)
James Lindley, a Tory, hanged at Pendleton District, 1779
Found in"Georgians In The Revolution" at Kettle Creek [Wilkes Co,] and Burkes Co. by Robert Scott Davis, Jr.
James Lindley was a well to do land owner, minor civil official and Militia Officer before the war and an active Loyalist leader through the struggle that followed having been captured by the Whigs at least once before during the famous Snow Campaign of 1775. He left a widow and children.
Sheriff William Monroe of 96th District complied this list as part of his claim for money owed to him by the South Carolina State Government. To this goal fees of commitment for:
James Lindley Aquilla Hall Samuel Clegg Charles Draper John Anderson All were hanged.

[NI1055] Name: Jacob "Jake" LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 19 MAY 1865 in Burnet Co., TX
Death: 15 DEC 1934 in Mertzon, TX
Reference Number: 5577
Note:
1920 Census, Hopkins Co., TX, E.D. 82, Sulphur Springs; Justice Precinct 8 (part of) All west of public road from Sulphur Springs to Cooper
Image 22, Sheet 1B
87 Lindley, John W. Head M W 78 Married TX KY MO none (1842)
Nancy T. Wife F W 67 Married MO TN MS none (1853)
86-88 Lindley, Jeff D. Head M W 58 D TX KY MO Head Man Ranch (1862)
87-89 Lindley, Jake T. Head M W 53 Married TX MO TX Laborer on Farm (1867)
Mary L. Wife F W 57 Married IN IN IN House Wife (1863)
This is Jefferson Davis Lindley, and his brother John Washington Lindley. Jake T. must be Jacob (son of Jonathan Lindley) and Mittle Lou Gamblin Lindley.
Father: Jonathan "Doc" LINDLEY , M. D. b: 1824 in Christian Co., KY
Mother: Amy Elizabeth JOHNSON , (Lindley) b: 1827 in VA
Marriage 1 Mittie Lou GAMBLIN , (Lindley) b: 16 DEC 1869 in Sulphur Springs, TX
Married: 12 APR 1886 in Brady, TX

[NI1069] Redding died in Texas while attending McKenzie College.

[NI1091] Mattie and Jonathan raised a large family.

[NI1095] William J. Lindley b. June 10,1872 d. July 17, 1940 Married Sarah E. Hamner, b. Both are buried in Bennetts cemetery in Walker county, AL. William built a fabulous house for the era on Highway 195 near the Thatch community. It had a porch all the way around so you could sit in the sun in the winter and the shade in the summer. In 1940 William J. died and the house was sold to Dennie Handley Gay.

[NI1101] Gordon H. Lindley b. August 3, 1899 d. March 17, 1980 Married Gertrude E. Piper. Both are buried in Bennetts cemetery in Walker county, AL. Gordon, as most farmers were, was a hard worker who farmed 40 acres near Thatch, AL. He was quick to experiment with different techniques such as cross seeding and grafting.
My grandfather was a gentle man, but would argue with a fence post. He would get your opinion on something and then likely disagree with you just to get you riled up.

[NI1158] Marshall and Amanda were cousins. Some of their children lived in Texas.

[NI1160] Minerva was a widow with 3 small children when she crossed the plains with her family. Her baby boy died on the Oregon Trail and was buried there in 1852. She married Dr. Alexander.

[NI1161] Name: Levi LINDLEY
NUMB: 9991679
Change Date: 24 DEC 2002
Sex: M
Death: in Columbia, WA
Birth: 1826 in TN
Note:
1880 Census Place: District 1, Columbia, Washington
Source: FHL Film 1255396 National Archives Film T9-1396 Page 99A
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Levi LINDLEY Self M M W 54 TN
Occ: Farmer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Susan LINDLEY Wife F M W 52 KY
Occ: Keeps House Fa: --- Mo: NC
Lawson LINDLEY Son M W 24 OR
Occ: Teaches School Fa: TN Mo: KY
Wallace LINDLEY Son M W 18 CA
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: KY
James LINDLEY Son M W 16 OR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: KY
Terry LINDLEY Son M S W 12 OR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: KY
Hannah LINDLEY Dau F S W 10 OR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: KY
Lee LINDLEY Son M S W 8 OR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: KY
Susan LINDLEY Dau F S W 6 OR
Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: KY
Marriage 1 Susana GAINES THOMPSON b: 1828 in KY
I found in the Columbia County Wa. Newspaper Abstracts by Ruby Simonson McNeill, the following:
July 25, 1885
Died in this county, July 21, of Paralysis, Levi Lindley, aged 59y.
October 17, 1885
Mrs. Susan G. Lindley, adminstratrix of the estate of Levi Lindley, dec'd.
July 27, 1901
Died at her home three miles east of Dayton, Sunday, July 21,Mrs. S.G.Lindley, aged 73y,5m. She was a pioneer of this part of the country coming from California many years ago. Her husband died several years ago. She leaves to mourn her loss a family of six sons and two daughters all grown and married viz: Mrs. Mary Tresdale, of Los Angeles, Cal.; Mr. T.J. Lindley, of Irvine, Ore; J.L. Lindley, M.W.Lindley, J.H. Lindley and L.T. Lindley of Whitman County; Mr. E.L. Lindley and Mrs. George Range of Columbia County. The funeral was held from the Christian Church Tuesday.

[NI1190] Thomas lived in Oregon near Portland. He died at St. John, Oregon.

[NI1193] Matthew, was a barber, most of his life at St. John, WA and In Cashmere, WA. He lived on his farm at Pleasant Valley, Whitman Co, Oregon.

[NI1200] Member of the Christian Church and Masons. He moved to Dayton, WA in 1876.
Sources:
This Lindley Family information was given to me by Dr. Robert Lindley of Yelm, WA
His family starts with Jonathan Lindley and Clara Ann Terry through Edward b 1872 in this report.

[NI1202] They started farming that year in 1884 in Pleasant Valley, Whitman Co, WA and he served one term as Whitman County Clerk. He taught school for one year near Dayton, before his marriage. About 1905 he moved to Florida and farmed but was not happy there so he returned in one year to Oregon.

[NI1265] Nettie, died as a young child.

[NI1312] I have Marie Norris, married to Loss and Boyd I think I have a made a mistake on who she married.

[NI1392] 7th Tennessee Cavalry Roster USA (Union)
Lindley, William Blair
According to the book, Historic Georgia Families, William B. Lindley was the son of Jonathan Lindley and his wife, Nancy Blair, who moved from S. C. to Walton Co., Ga. and then to Powder Springs, GA. Did William B. Lindley marry Louisa Allen first in Morgan Co., Ga. in 1831 and marry 2nd Louisa Smith in Newton Co., Ga.? There is a possibility that my ancestor, William Lindley, married Louisa Smith in Newton Co., Ga. and moved to Powder Springs, Ga. and then to Winston Co., Ms. where he died. His widow was known as Eliza, but her name was Margaret Eliza, last name unknown. The marriage records in Morgan Co., Ga. and also in Newton County, Ga. spell Louisa's name, Louiza, which could be Liza. My ancestor, William Lindley, can be found in the 1840 census of Walton Co., Ga., living very close to Newton Co. It is thought that he was the son of James Lindley and Mary Blair. Any information on either of these families, would be greatly appreciated. Linda Jensen

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My first documentation on your James Monroe Lindley is the 1860 Cobb Co.
GA census, pg. 74, Powder Springs district, household of Thomas Lindley,
family #530 as follows:
Thos. Lindley - age 50 b. SC
E. R. - age 45 b. SC (Elizabeth)
N. J. - age 23 b. GA (Nancy)
W. R. - age 20 b. GA (William)
E. E. - age 18 b. GA (Elizabeth)
J. A. - age 14 b. GA (Julia Ann)
T. A. P. - age 12 b. GA (Thos. A. Parks)
E. H. - age 10 b. GA (Elisha)
G. A. - age 6 b. GA (Georgia)
J. M. - age 4 b. GA (James Monroe)
S. P. - age 1 b. GA (Samuel Pierce)
I've also seen James' 1900 Cobb Co. GA, Powder Springs, census listing
as follows:
James M. Lindley - b. Mar 1854 GA - age 46 ( age off by 2 years)
Bell - b. Aug 1860 GA - age 39
Myrtle - b. Mar 1882 GA - age 18
Nina - b. May 1884 GA - age 16
Chester W. - b. June 1886 GA - age 14
Mittie - b. Jul 1890 GA - age 9
Harry T. - b. Sept 1894 GA - age 5

[NI1407] Not sure if Anna's second marriage is correct.

[NI1410] Handbook of Texas Online: LINDLEY, JONATHAN
Jonathan Lindley, Alamo defender, was born, according to family tradition, on February 12, 1814, in Sangamon County, Illinois, the son of Samuel Washington and Elizabeth "Polly" (Hall) Lindley. Lindley joined Capt. John Crane's company and participated in the siege of Bexar in November 1835. qv On December 14 Lindley joined William R. Carey's artillery company and helped garrison the Alamo under the command of Lt. Col. James C. Neill.
Our Family Tree online
Entries: 1033 Updated: Sun Nov 17 01:16:44 2002 Contact: ANNETTE MODISETTE
name: Jonathan L. LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 12 FEB 1814 in Shelby County, Illinois
Death: 6 MAR 1836 in The Alamo, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas
Note: Note: Alamo Heroes says that Jonathan Lindley's mother was Mary Elizabeth Hall. (this is believed to be incorrect, as it was given to the Daughters of the Republic of Texas by a Col. Roberson, who did this genealogy back in the 1960's. In some of his own letters he questions his own thoughts on this subject).It has been decided by Lindley researchers that his work was not correct, and that Elizabeth Whitley was the mother of Jonathan. Plum Creek Almanac article on Whitley family says second wife was Elizabeth Whitley. Following the independence of Texas, the grateful Republic of Texas post humously awarded the heroes of the Alamo bounties of land. Under certificate #9132 dated May14, 1839, Houston, Texas Jonathan Lindley was awarded 1280 acres of land situated in Panola County, ten and one-half miles south,twenty degrees west from Carthage, Texas. It was patented March 9, 1860. The lawful heirs of Jonathan Lindley, namely his parents and his brothers and sisters, since he was not married, fell heir to the 1280-acre bounty plus his original Mexican Grant of 640 acres in the William Pace Survey in Polk County. His father, Samuel Washington Lindley, was appointed administrator of the estate of Jonathan; as such he administered and divided the estate. After the battle of San Jacinto the Lindley family opted to re-settle in Montgomery County. In the Lindley Cemetery five miles north of Anderson, Grimes County ,was erected an historical marker honoring Jonathan Lindley as an Alamo hero. [The Lindley family was said to be close friends of Jesse Grimes, signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence after whom Grimes County was named-WLM] Virginia Stewart Lindley Ford. (From The History of Gonzales County, Texas. Reprinted by permission of the Gonzales County Historical Commission). Jonathan was among 32 men who volunteered at Gonzales in response to Travis' call for help at the Alamo, in which he said, "I shall never surrender or retreat." These few reinforcements arrived under cover of darkness on March 2, bringing the number of Texans to 186 against 4, 000 Mexican soldiers under the command of General Santa Ana. On March 6, Santa Ana's troops stormed the Alamo in a bloody assault and killed the Texans. Ironically, Jonathan Lindley's name was not included among the Alamo heroes when a memorial shaft was erected by the State of Texas in Austin. In 1936, Jonathan's name was included on memorial pools erected by the Gonzales Historical Museum and on the marble monument in the Alamo Plaza in San Antonio. Event: Military Fall, 1835 Joined the Texas Army Note: One of Samuel's sons, 21-year-old Jonathan, started a small farm and was a surveyor. In the fall of 1835 while on business at San Felipe de Austin, Jonathan heard news of the battle of Gonzales and responded to the call for armed volunteers. In early October, Jonathan joined the volunteer force under Austin. He was with Bowie's men at Mission Concepcion and followed Milam into San Antonio de Bexar.[4] After Texas forces took San Antonio, Jonathan took a leave of absence and returned home for Christmas. A family story says that Jonathan, as he prepared to return to the war, rode to his father's house and took his eight-year-old sister, Rachel, on a short horseback ride before he kissed her goodbye and rode off.[ Lindley joined Captain John Crane's company and participated in the siege of Bexar in November, 1835. In December 1835, during the storming of Bexar, Crane's company served in the First Division under the command of Benjamin R. Milam. On December 14, Lindley joined William R. Carey's artillery company and helped garrison the Alamo under the command of Lt. Col. James C. Neill. Lindley was at home in Gonzales when he joined the Gonzales Relief Force to return to his post at the Alamo. At Gonzales in late February, 1836, after calls for aid from Travis at the Alamo. Jonathan joined Captain Albert Martin's band of men who were later known as "The Immortal Thirty-Two from Gonzales. " Listed under the widows and mothers of the DeWitt Colony of Alamo widows, Mary Elizabeth Hall Lindley is listed as the mother of Jonathan Lindley, but this is believed to be incorrect. Occupation: Surveyor Note: Lindley signed a grant application with an "X,", which indicates he was probably illiterate and could not have been a surveyor as some sources have claimed. PROP: Note: Lindley, a stock raiser, applied for a land grant in Joseph Vehlein's colony on November 4, 1834. He identified himself as a single man, without a family. His quarter-league grant, located on land now covered by Lake Livingston in Polk County, was surveyed on June 21, 1835, and the grant was issued on July 17, 1835. Lindley signed the grant application with an"X," which indicates he was probably illiterate and could not have been a surveyor as some sources have claimed. The grant was later invalidated because a previous grant had been surveyed on the site and issued to William Pace in May 1835. Lindley appears to have been unaware that his grant was invalidated, and he was probably living at the site in the fall of 1835 when the Texas Revolution broke out. Jonathan's estate, which consisted of about $1,500.00 filed in Vol. A., Probate Records of Montgomery County, Texas, March 26, 1838, being the following: $150.00 serving at the Alamo, $150.00 having been killed at the Alamo; cattle, hogs, cash on hand, notes owing to him; and 1,280 acres (bounty land) in Rusk, Panola and Smith Counties, Texas. He also owned property in Polk County, Texas, and prior to entry into the Army, worked as a surveyor, surveying his own and family's properties. Event: Misc Note: Engaged to be married to Sarah Drucilla "Sallie" Winters who as born May 23, 1818 in Giles County, Tennessee. Information provided by Leslie Stapleton.
Change Date: 5 JUL 2002
Father: Samuel Washington LINDLEY b: 1788 in Pendleton District, Anderson County, South Carolina
Mother: Elizabeth WHITLEY b: DEC 1795 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia
Copyright © The Texas State Historical Association Last Updated: December 4, 2002 Comments to: comments.tsha@lib.utexas.edu

[NI1413] Sources: Dunbar, Trolsen, Edwards,drown, Clark, Wade family.
Joseph Lindy age 77 Planter $10000/$2650 b. NC Male citizen > 21
Ann age 68 female Keeping house b. Tenn
Joseph M. age 36 Stockraiser $2000/$1880 TX
Simon P. age 34 Stockraiser $3000/$1565 TX
Ann P. age 32 Keeping house b. KY
Joseph W. age 12 at home b. TX attended school
Geo. M. age 10 at home b. TX attended school
Nancy A. age 8 at home TX attended school
Sarah G. age 6 TX attended school
Simon L. Jr. age 4 TX
James age 1 TX
Susan L. Hay age 29 Keeping house b. KY
Sigaray Harris age 67 female keeping house b. KY
Matilda M Clark age 19 at home b. Eng.
Name: Joseph Lindley
Sex: M
Birth: 7 JAN 1793 in Orange Co., NC
Death: 26 JAN 1874 in Moxie, Limestone Co., TX
Census: 1870 Limestone Co., Texas Dist 48 WTx P.O. Eataw
Census: 1818 State Census Bond Co., Il, pg 60
Census: 1850 1st Precinct, Limestone Co., TX; #55 Farmer age 57
Military Service: 1812 War of 1812 from Illinois
Military Service: 1835 Texas Liberation in Battles of Bexar & San Jacinto
Event: Genealogy 2002 See Jerry F. Richmond, Downers Grove, Illinois
Event: Genealogy 2002 Ann Titsworth auntieanni@juno.com - Rootsweb
Event: Genealogy 2002 Sherri Rice sherririce@centuryinter.net on Worldconnect
Note:
A letter written September 27, 1860 spoke of Joseph Lindley as being the first settler settler of Shoal Creek. The Lindley Fort was named for Joseph Lindley. In this Letter Samuel Lindley Hatter by trade lived at the Lindley fort and he was the first Hatter in Bond Co, IL.
1818 Bond Co, IL. Census
Joseph Lindley
1 male over 21 and 1 female
Pg. 60 #191
See Chart for other 5 children.
Handbook of Texas Online: LINDLEY, JOSEPH
Joseph Lindley, son of Simon and Anna (Stanley) Lindley, was born on January 7, 1793, in Orange County, North Carolina. He married Nancy Ann Hicks on June 17, 1817, in Bond County, Illinois, and they moved to Humphreys County, Tennessee. qv Mirabeau B. Lamar,qv president of the Republic of Texas,qv appointed Lindley an Indian agent with a charge to keep the peace.
Colita reported to President Mirabeau B. Lamar,qv in a letter written for him by Hiroms on June 10, 1839, that difficulties had arisen between Coushattas and their white neighbors. In a letter to Colita on July 9, 1839, Lamar expressed regret that there had been disturbances between Indians and white settlers, and he announced the appointment of Joseph Lindley as agent for the Coushattas to serve as mediator in all future difficulties that might arise between these groups. On April 4, 1842, President Houston directed Gen. James Davis to visit the Alabamas and Coushattas and assure them of the protection of the Republic of Texas. He specifically asked Davis to send Colita to him for additional discussions of conflicts.
DANVILLE, TEXAS (Montgomery County). Danville, an East Texas settlement four miles west of New Waverly on the old Houston road in northern Montgomery County, was reported to be flourishing as early as 1838 and again in 1850. Danville was on the lower Coushatta Trace and was perhaps named by Samuel and Joseph Lindley,qv who moved their families to this area from Danville, Illinois, in 1830. At its height in the mid-1800s, the community had about 1,000 residents, 600 of whom were slaves. It had fourteen businesses, including two blacksmith shops, two mercantile stores, and an inn, as well as a cotton gin, general store, saloon, saddle shop, hotel, and grocery store. The town hosted Sam Houston at a barbecue on September 11, 1858. Most of Danville's businesses and many of its residents moved to the new railroad town of Willis in 1870. When the old Houston road (later U.S. Highway 75) was rerouted through New Waverly, the Danville economy was further damaged. This area of northern Montgomery County and southern Walker County was the scene of substantial Polish settlement in the late 1800s (see POLES). In 1872 Father Orzechowski led the effort to establish Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Danville. Though this church was abandoned in the 1920s, its site is commemorated by a bell and a historical marker in Danville, while the original church building serves as a hay barn on a nearby ranch. The loss of the church and highway led to the decline of Danville. In the 1980s it was a small, quiet, rural community.
LINDLEY, JOSEPH (1793-1874). Joseph Lindley, son of Simon and Anna (Stanley) Lindley, was born on January 7, 1793, in Orange County, North Carolina. Early in 1808 he moved with his family to Christian County, Kentucky, and afterward to what is now Bond County, Illinois. Late in 1811, when Lindley was eighteen years old, conflicts with Indians motivated settlers to build a fort near Greenville. During the War of 1812 the family lived in the fort, but after four years of Indian attacks and military protection, they moved to Edwardsville, Illinois. Lindley fought in the War of 1812 as a United States Ranger. He married Nancy Ann Hicks on June 17, 1817, in Bond County, Illinois, and they moved to Humphreys County, Tennessee. Ten years later they arrived in Texas with four children. Lindley was unable to get clear title to his 2,592 acres of land because he was involved in the Fredonian Rebellion at Nacogdoches. He received title to 4,428 acres in Montgomery County on April 6, 1835. He participated in the siege of Bexar in 1835, signed the letter of endorsement required by the Mexicans for the entry into Texas of Alamo defender Jonathan Lindley,qv and fought at the battle of San Jacinto Mirabeau B. Lamar,qv president of the Republic of Texas,qv appointed Lindley an Indian agent with a charge to keep the peace. He was an elected civil officer for Montgomery County in 1839 and laid out the first road from Austin to the "springs at the headwaters of the San Marcos" (Aquaria Springs ), so that a military post could be established there in 1840. He was appointed by the Congress of the Republic of Texas to survey a road from Washington to the Sabine in 1844. About 1846 the Lindleys moved to Limestone County, where they settled four miles north of the site of present-day Mexia. Lindley was elected county commissioner in 1854 and served one term. On January 20, 1874, he died. He was buried in Limestone County and later reinterred at the State Cemetery on Memorial Day, May 26, 1986, during the Texas
Sesquicentennial.
Texas Online
Lamar expresses good will to Chief Colita
On this day in 1839, Mirabeau B. Lamar, president of the Republic of Texas, wrote to Colita, chief of the Coushatta Indians, expressing regret that conflicts had occurred between the Indians and white settlers. The event is notable because it marked a sharp divergence from Lamar's general Indian policy. Unlike Sam Houston, whose administration had attempted to conciliate the Indians--especially Houston's "own" tribe, the Cherokees--Lamar thought that the Indians should be either exterminated or driven from Texas. This animus helped to bring about several of the most serious clashes between Indians and whites in early Texas. Lamar's proffer of friendship toward the Alabamas and Coushattas was therefore a striking exception to his usual policy. Perhaps he was remembering how these East Texas Indians had helped the white settlers to escape from the Mexican army in the Runaway Scrape (1836). In any case, Lamar offered land to the Alabamas and Coushattas and appointed Joseph Lindley as a mediator between the Indians and the settlers. The gesture turned out to be futile, however, for when the Indians saw their land being marked off, they assumed it was for white settlers and abandoned the area; whereupon white settlers took the land.
ID: I3559
Name: Joseph Lindley
Sex: M
Birth: 7 JAN 1793 in Orange Co., NC
Death: 26 JAN 1874 in Moxie, Limestone Co., TX
Census: 1870 Limestone Co., Texax Dist 48 WTx P.O. Eataw
Census: 1818 State Census Bond Co., Il, pg 60
Census: 1850 1st Precinct, Limestone Co., TX; #55 Farmer age 57
Military Service: 1812 War of 1812 from Illinois
Military Service: 1835 Texas Liberation in Battles of Bexar & San Jacinto
Event: Genealogy 2002 See Jerry F. Richmond, Downers Grove, Illinois
Event: Genealogy 2002 Ann Titsworth auntieanni@juno.com - Rootsweb
Event: Genealogy 2002 Sherri Rice sherririce@centuryinter.net on Worldconnect
Note:
1870 Eataw, Limestone Co., Texas Dist 48 WTx
1209/1322
Joseph Lindy age 77 Planter $10000/$2650 b. NC Male citizen > 21
Ann age 68 female Keeping house b. Tenn
Joseph M. age 36 Stockraiser $2000/$1880 TX
Simon P. age 34 Stockraiser $3000/$1565 TX
Ann P. age 32 Keeping house b. KY
Joseph W. age 12 at home b. TX attended school
Geo. M. age 10 at home b. TX attended school
Nancy A. age 8 at home TX attended school
Sarah G. age 6 TX attended school
Simon L. Jr. age 4 TX
James age 1 TX
Susan L. Hay age 29 Keeping house b. KY
Sigaray Harris age 67 female keeping house b. KY
Matilda M Clark age 19 at home b. Eng.

[NI1421] John, died on his way home from the Civil War, Louisana.
ID: I3566
Name: John Simon Lindley
Sex: M
Birth: 13 JAN 1826 in Humpheys Co., TN
Death: 3 SEP 1864 in On the way home from Civil War, Louisiana
Census: 1850 Blacksmith, age 24, 1st Precinct, Limestone Co., TX; #55
Father: Joseph Lindley b: 7 JAN 1793 in Orange Co., NC
Mother: Nancy Ann Hicks b: 11 MAY 1802
Marriage 1 Matilda Ann Kerley b: 27 OCT 1829 in SC
Married: 3 SEP 1852 in TX
Marriage Beginning Status: Single
Children
James Nelson Lindley b: 21 MAR 1857

[NI1426] Joseph Madison Lindley and Ann Dunbar Lindley were in Lincoln county between 1901 and 1910. Lookin for death record for Joseph who supposedly died at Capitan, 6 April 1909.
Ann then married Charles H Yarbro and they migrated to Arizona.
Son of Joseph and Ann, Simon Travis Lindly, worked as a ranch hand at the Diamond A Cattle Company until about 1911. Does anyone know if the cattle company kept employment records, and if so where I would find them?

[NI1429] ID: I3568
Name: Simon Harrison Lindley
Sex: M
Birth: 7 AUG 1837 in Montgomery Co., TX
Death: 11 JUL 1929 in Ballinger, Runnels Co., TX
Census: 1870 Limestone Co., Texax Dist 48 WTx P.O. Eataw
Census: 1880 Nolan, Texas See Notes
Note:
1870 Eataw, Limestone Co., Texas Dist 48 WTx
1209/1322
Joseph Lindy age 77 Planter $10000/$2650 b. NC Male citizen > 21
Ann age 68 female Keeping house b. Tenn
Joseph M. age 36 Stockraiser $2000/$1880 TX
Simon P. age 34 Stockraiser $3000/$1565 TX
Ann P. age 32 Keeping house b. KY
Joseph W. age 12 at home b. TX attended school
Geo. M. age 10 at home b. TX attended school
Nancy A. age 8 at home TX attended school
Sarah G. age 6 TX attended school
Simon L. Jr. age 4 TX
James age 1 TX
Susan L. Hay age 29 Keeping house b. KY
Sigaray Harris age 67 female keeping house b. KY
Matilda M Clark age 19 at home b. Eng.
1880 Census Place: Nolan, Texas
Source: FHL Film 1255321 National Archives Film T9-1321 Page 578C
Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Travis LINDLEY Self M M W 40 TX
Occ: Farmer Fa: IL Mo: IL
Ann LINDLEY Wife F M W 35 KY
Occ: At Home Fa: KY Mo: KY
Joseph LINDLEY Son M S W 20 TX
Occ: Farmer Fa: TX Mo: KY
George LINDLEY Son M W 18 TX
Occ: Farmer Fa: TX Mo: KY
Simon LINDLEY Son M S W 13 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: TX Mo: KY
Jones LINDLEY Son M S W 9 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: TX Mo: KY
Mary LINDLEY Dau F S W 6 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: TX Mo: KY
Newton JOHNSON SonL M W W 28 IA
Occ: Farmer Fa: CA Mo: KY
Nancy A JOHNSON Dau F W W 19 TX
Occ: At Home Fa: TX Mo: KY

[NI1451] 6-29-1822 Sarah MORRIS (formerly THOMAS) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
2-21-1824 Ruth MORRIS is disowned for marriage contrary to discipline.
1-15-1825 Exum MORRIS is at liberty to marry Mary HOLLOWELL.
8-12-1826 Esther MORRIS (formerly GIFFORD), PM reports she married contrary to discipline. She is disowned.
5-25-1842 Margaret MORRIS, daughter of Exum and Mary, deceased, of Parke Co., married John HALL at Lick Creek MH.
10-27-1858 Jeremiah MORRIS of Bloomfield MM, Parke Co., son of Exum and Eleanor of the same place, married Martha I. PRITCHARD at Lick Creek MH.
11-4-1868 Mordecai MORRIS of Coloma Meeting, Parke Co., son of William and Pearcy of the same county, married Anna PRITCHARD at Lick Creek MH.

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Re: James Monroe Lindley - Cobb Co., Ga. - 1860-1923
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James Monroe Lindley, 1856-1923, married Louella B. Turner. He was a son of Thomas Lindley, 6 Jan. 1810 - 8 July 1882, and wife Elizabeth Roscoe Scott, 12 Dec. 1814 - 24 Sept. 1894, buried in the Methodist Cemetery, Powder Springs, Cobb County, Ga.; Thomas and Elizabeth married 12 Oct. 1831 in Newton County, Ga. (My ancestor is Thomas' brother James Lindley, 1797-1886, who also settled in Powder Springs.)
James M. Lindley is shown on the 1880 census of Powder Springs, no. 308: James M. Lindley 25, wife L.B. (Louella B. 20), nearby his parents, no. 317: Thomas Lindley 70 S.C., wife E.R. 65 S.C.
William Chester, son of J.M. & L.B. Lindley, 1886-1907, "drowned at Wilmington, N.C.," is buried at Macland Cemetery, Powder Springs.
~ Joe Baggett, editor, "Douglas County, Georgia, Genealogy"

[NI1536] William M Lindley (9/8/1856-11/28/1942) married to Nancy L Mize (9/8/1861-6/6/1943). Any information related to their 12 children

[NI1693] He never married.

[NI1775] Census: 1900 Comanche County, Texas (Precinct 5)
Note: Page 213
Census: 1910 Dickens County, Texas (Precinct 2)
Note:
Page 1A. States that they had thirteen children and that twelve are
still living.
Census: 1920 Stephens County, Texas (Precinct 4)
Note: Edition 247, Page 2B

[NI1873] HENRY THOMPSON, a farmer and stock-raiser, of Paoli Township, was born on the farm where he yet lives, and is a son of David and grandson of Enoch Thompson. Enoch was a native of North Carolina, where he married Martha Lindley, and where David was born in 1810. In the fall of 1826, the family settled on Section 7, Paoli Township, Orange Co., Ind. They were induced to come West by their religious antipathy to slavery, belonging to the Society of Friends or Quakers. Of their family of fourteen children, five are now living. David Thompson, like his father before him, chose farming for his avocation through life. His wife was Melinda Wilson, of Washington County, who bore him four children. He was one of the foremost citizens of the county and took an active interest in educational affairs. Of their children, Henry, Deborah, Rachael and Isabel, only the youngest is married, and she to Adophus Braxtan of Paoli. Henry Thompson has never known any home but Orange County. He attended the Quaker meeting-house school near his present home, and afterward took a two years' course in Earlham College at Richmond, Ind. He enlisted as a private, August 11, 1862, and on the 19th of the same month was mustered into the United States service in Company D, Sixty-sixth Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry. He was engaged in the battles of Richmond, Ky., Collierville, Tenn., Dallas, Ga., the siege of Atlanta, with Sherman to the sea, up through the Carolinas to Washington, participating in the grand review at that place. He was honorably discharged June 14, 1865. Mr. Thompson owns 518 acres of land in the county, a part of which is the old home farm. (Paoli Township)

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Paoli Township, Section 8-T. 1N.-R. 1E, Still used.
This is the oldest public burying ground in the county. It is three miles east of Paoli and one quarter mile south of state road 150. Jonathan Lindley entered the land in 1811. In that year his wife Deborah died. She was the first of the Friends’ colony to die after their arrival from North Carolina. Her grave is in the east end of the cemetery. Many of the graves of these pioneers were never marked, and some of the old stones have crumbled, or have been displaced. It was a custom of Friends to record marriages, births, and deaths, but the birth and death records of Lick Creek Meeting have been lost. The meeting was set up in 1813. The old records are kept in the Orange Co. Bank at Paoli.
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ALEXANDER, Joseph; 18 Oct 1835-27 Nov 1906.
ALEXANDER, Mary E.; 8 May 1846-3 Oct 1928.
ANDREW, Sarah Lindley; dau of Thomas & Miriam Lindley, and wife of Aaron Andrew. Grave unmarked. Came from N.C. in 1823.
ATKINSON, John; 9 Oct 1796-14 Aug 1874.
ATKINSON, Milly; wife of J. Atkinson, 29 Dec 1793-8 Apr 1884.
ATKINSON, Alfred; d. 1863-age 24 years.
ATKINSON, Margaret [Morris], his wife; d. 11 Sep 1903; age 72y/2m/5d. [married 1 Dec 1853].
ATKINSON, Mary J.; b. 10m,11d,1831-8 Jan 1884.
ATKINSON, Alice; 1855-1906.
BARKER, Welcome; son of M. T. and C., 1859-1860.
BOSLEY, Nancy, wife of J. W., 1835-1860.
BOSLEY, Anna; 8 Apr 1880. Age 55y/20d.
BOSLEY, Della Stout, wife of Sherman Bosley, 1869-1904.
BOYD, Sarah E; 1857-1902
BOYD, Martha; wife of Wm., d. 1862. Age about 68 yrs.
BOYD, Wood; d. 1 Aug 1871. Age 54y/7m/11d.
BOYD, Michel; wife of Wood Boyd. 22 Dec 1823-16 Jul 1882.
BOYD, Elizabeth; 1825-1881.
BOYD, Jesse; 1818-1896.
BOYD, Ellen; 1849-1924
BOYD, William L.; 1843-1915
BOYD, Virginia; 1848
BOYD, Franklin; 1848-1900.
BOYD, Louisa C., his wife; 1854-1929.
BOYD, Zeno; son of W. + M. [Wood & Michael], 26 Dec 1846-14 Feb 1865.
BOYD, Eliza; wife of J. T., 15 Aug 1837-9 Feb 1904
BOYD, John T.; 4 Dec 1824-15 Apr 1870 [one stone with Eliza]
BRAXTON, Thomas; d. 29 Nov 1865. Age 90y/11m/17d.
BRAXTON, Hannah; wife of Thomas. d. 29 Jun 1859, Age 81y/8m/7d.
BRAXTON, Hiram; b. 15 Jul 1802-7 Mar 1864.
BRAXTON, M. W.; wife of H. Braxton, d. 22 Jul 1852.
BRAXTON, Hiram; 19 Nov 1841-10 Feb 1842.
BRAXTON, M. W.; d. 17 Jul 1833.
BRAXTON, R. A.; d. 18 Jun 1829
BRAXTON, John M.; 2 Aug 1844-19 Jan 1897.
BRAXTON, Melinda W.; wife of John M., 3 Jul 1840-30 Aug 1873.
BUNDY, Jehu; b._____ 1816 ________
BUNDY, Mary Hollowell; his wife, 1844-1888.
BURGESS, Lewis; 1864-1926
BURGESS, Martha; 1861-
CADLE, John G.; d. 27 May 1882. Age 59y/6m/27d.
CAPLINGER, John O.; 12 Aug 1862-28 Jan 1936.
CAPLINGER, Elva L.; b. 7 Jun 1859-
CASE, Mattie, dau of H. G. and M. A. Case.
CHAMBERS, Samuel; d. 9 Dec 1842, age 60y (stone not found)
CHAMBERS, Sarah; 4m,17d, 1835, age 27y/10 hrs
CHAMBERS, John; son of G. F. and M., d. 1856.
CHAMBERS, Mary S.; wife of G. F. Chambers, 1851. Age 23y.
CHAMBERS, William C.; 22 Mar 1816-26 Mar 1898.
CHAMBERS, Ellen M.; wife of William C., 25 Dec 1822-22 Sep 1891. [Erected to the memory of W. C. & E. M. Chambers.]
CLEMENTS, Lillie; wife of John W., d. 31 Dec 1894. Age 25y/8m/23d.
CLOUD, David; d. 13 Jan 1840, age 52y.
CLOUD, Joel; d. 26 Sep 1834, age 53y.
CLOUD, Rebecca; d. 19 Nov 1844. (b. 1786)
CLOUD, Eliza J.; d. 8 Oct 1834, age 8y.
CLOUD, John; d. 4 Oct 1834, age 11y.
CLOUD, William; 19 Dec 1846-1 Nov 1907.
CLOUD, Daniel; d. 14 Sep 1874, age 59y/9m/11d.
CLOUD, Mary A.; wife of Daniel. d. 13 Dec 1867. Age 44y/1m/19d.
CLOUD, John; d. 1842. Grave unmarked. Left a fund to Lick Creek Mtg. for "promotion of useful education."
CLOUD, Hannah Lindley; second wife of John. Grave unmarked.
COX, Joseph; d. 1831. Came from Tennessee to Ind. Terr. In 1810. Entered land now known as Ind. "Pioneer Mother’s Memorial Forest." Grave unmarked.
COX, Mary Lines; wife of Joseph. Grave unmarked.
COX, Solomon; d. 9 Apr 1844. Age 33y/10d.
COX, Elizabeth (Cloud); wife of William. d. 19 Apr 1890, age 73y/5m.
COX, Martha; d. 1854, age 3y/5m/2d.
COX, Elwood; d. 1855, age 16m.
COX, Clarkson; d. 1865, age 5y/11m/14d.
COX, Joseph; son of S. and N., d. 24 Jul 1849, age 13y/11m/7d.
COX, John C.; d. 2 Nov 1861, age 24y/10m/10d.
COX, Martha; dau of Wm. And R., d. 1865, age 26y.
COX, Nancy, dau of Wm. And E., d. 1877, age 30y.
COX, Rachel E.; 13 Jun 1848-23 Dec 1915.
DAUGHERTY, Leander; 11 Mar 1849-2 Oct 1913.
DAUGHERTY, Clara B.; his wife. 21 Oct 1859-21 Feb 1922.
DAUGHERTY, Pearl; dau of L. and C., 10 Jul 1890-24 Dec 1896.
DENTON, Delbert; son of G. W. and M., 1879-1895.
DILLINGER, Rodolphus; b. 18 Feb 1832-17 Dec 1901.
DILLINGER, Nancy; wife of R. S., 31 Jan 1836-3 Dec 1881.
DILLINGER, Charles; son of R. S. and N.J., d. 10 Jul 1857, age 11m/27d.
DILLINGER, Mary E.; dau of R. S. and N., d. 23 Feb 1875, age 21y/3m/27d.
DILLINGER, John; son of R. S. and N., d. 1874, age 7m/23d.
DIXON, Silas; d. 11 Nov 1852, age 64y/10m/27d.
DIXON, Lindley M.; son of Silas & Mary. D. 1858, age 22y.
DIXON, William; son of Silas J. & Mary., d. 3 Feb 1826. Age 17y/5m/21d.
DIXON, John; d. 18 Feb 1869, age 64y.
DIXON, Delphina H.; wife of Nathan. d. 6 Dec 1854, age 21y/9m/1d.
FARLOW, Mabel M., 1880-1903, wife of Arthur J.
FARLOW, Clifford.; infant son.
FLEMING, William R., 1851-1911.
FLEMING, Alice Ann; d. 1937, age 81.
GILLUM, John; d. 4 May 1857, age 34y/11m/24d.
GILLUM, William F.; 6 Dec 1819-14 Jan 1892 (age 72).
GILLUM, Anna B., 13 Nov 1814-5 Feb 1902.
GILLUM, Mary Emma; dau of J.W. & N. A., d. 1856, age 1y.
HALL, Joseph; 4 Jun 1828-20 Jan 1910.
HALL, Richard; 18 Aug 1796-26 Feb 1871.
HALL, Mary; wife of Richard. D. 15 Feb 1863, age 66y/6m/6d.
HALL, Lilly; wife of Richard. D. 15 Dec 1872, age 77y/11m/5d.
HALL, Robert; son of J. E. & M., d. at Corinth, Miss., 11 Mar 1863, age 19y. Co. D 66 Reg. Ind. Vol.
HAMMOND, Belle; w. of Otte, 1883-1917.
The following share one stone:
HAWORTH, Lewis; 1843-1935
HAWORTH, Louisa; 1850-1934
HAWORTH, Cora; 1872-1908
HAWORTH, Jesse; 1884-1916
HAWORTH, Minnie B.; dau of J. R. and A. B. Moore, 2 Jun 1870-7 Dec 1893.
HAZLEWOOD, Samire Ann; consort of Lee, d. 28 Mar 1844, age 23y.
HAZLEWOOD, Samira Ann, infant of Lee and Semire, d. 1844.
HENLEY, Abigail; dau of H. & G. Henley, d. 1871, age 35y.
HOBSON, James; 6 Mar 1817-28 Sep 1894. Lieut. In Co. D. 66 Ind. Inf.
HOBSON, Sarah; w. of J. M., d. 2 Jul 1871, age 69y/4m/28d.
HOBSON, Lydia; w. of J. M., b. 27 Aug 1819 -----
HOLLIDAY, Robert; son of Henry & Mary Fayle Holliday, b. in Chester Co., PA, 11m 29d 1748-d. 1816 (no stone).
HOLLIDAY, Hannah Newlin; dau of John & Mary Newlin, w. of Robert, d. 1835. (no stone).
HOLLOWELL, Robert; 13 Sep 1772-3 Apr 1865.
HOLLOWELL, Elizabeth; w. of Robert. 22 Feb 1772-10 Nov 1842.
HOLLOWELL, Celia; w. of James. D. 20 Sep 1858, age 40y/8m/26d.
HOLLOWELL, R. Jr.; (illeg.)
HOLLOWELL, Elizabeth; d. 18 Jul 1857, age 79y/6m/2d.
HOLMES, Henry; b. 14 Jun 1804, in N.C. and d. 27 Dec 1893.
HOLMES, James; 1845-1932.
HOLMES, Beatrice; 1862.
JONES, Ann; wife of James, d. 1862, age 17y [maiden name was Cloud].
KENOYER, Anna; dau of H. & S. Kenoyer, d. 1858, age 17y.
LEE, William; d. 1871, age 76y/4d.
LEE, Jonathan; b. 8 Oct 1807-d. 1853.
LEE, James L.; son of William and Mary, d. 1857, age 21y.
LEE, Samuel; son of J. and G., 1845-1862.
LEE, John; son of Wm., 15 Mar 1844-15 Dec 1864.
LEE, Amanda A.; dau of S. and E., 1847-1865.
LEE, Benjamin; d. 1871-age 23y.
LEE, Hiram; 1833-1907.
LEE, Ruth E., wife of Hiram, 1844-1883.
LEE, Arcus; son of H. & R., 1866-1883.
LINDLEY, Deborah; d. 8m, 10d, 1811.
LINDLEY, Jonathan; d. 4m, 5d, 1828.
LINDLEY, Martha (Sanders-Henley); d. 11m, 14d, 1851, age 82y/7m/27d. (second wife of Jonathan Lindley).
LINDLEY, Owen; Grave unmarked. "An elder and member of Lick Creek Mo. Mtg. Died 6m, 3d, 1828, age 65 yrs." From Qt. Mtg. Minutes.
LINDLEY, Thomas; Grave unmarked. b. 19 Sep 1766-d 1835. (Father of Sarah Lindley Andrew).
LINDLEY, Hiram B.; 16 Nov 1848-4 Nov 1927.
LINDLEY, Ida J.; wife of Hiram E., b. 26 Feb 1865-7 Feb 1908.
LINDLEY, Hattie; dau of H.B. and I. J., 1888-1895.
LINDLEY, Samuel A.; b. 9 Aug 1824-d. 18 May 1882.
LINDLEY, U.; d. 8 Aug 1833.
LINDLEY, Abigail -----
LINDLEY, Lucinda; d. 3m, 22d, 1839.
LINDLEY, A. I.; d. 3 Jan 1839.
LINDLEY, A.; d. 2 Aug 1833.
LINDLEY, E.; d. 7 Aug 1833.
LINDLEY, Mary Ann; dau of J. and M., age 8m.
LINDLEY, M.; d. 3m, 22, 1836 [probably Michel, wife of William].
LINDLEY, Gulielma; 9 Jan 1821-14 Nov 1842.
LINDLEY, Hester; wife of J., d. 17 Sep 1861, age 26y/10m/23d.
LINDLEY, David; d. 22 Feb 1879, age 62y/11m.
LINDLEY, William; son of Jonathan & Mary, d. 22 Jul 1844, age 13y.
LINDLEY, Hiram T.; consort of Benedicta Z., b. 11 Mar 1821-d. 18 Feb 1877.
LINDLEY, Cora Z.; dau of H. T. & B. Z., 12 Sep 1851-21 Oct 1871.
LINDLEY, Rumulus E.; son of H. T. & B. Z., d. 5 Sep 1880, age 20y/8d.
LINDLEY, Cleopatra; dau of H. and B., 1857-1858.
LINDELY, David; d. 26 Apr 1861, age 72y/11m/9d.
LINDLEY, Thomas; d. 6 Sep 1866, age 69y/2m/4d.
LINDLEY, Amy; wife of Eli, d. 19 May 1856, age 32y/8m/12d.
LINDLEY, Sarah; b. 6m, 28d, 1822-d. 30 Apr 1858.
LINDLEY, David; 10 Jan 1805-26 Sep 1855.
LNDLEY, George W.; son of S.D. and J.A., 1850-1872.
LINDLEY, Owen; b. 10 Aug 1793-2 Jun 1871.
LINDLEY, Mary; wife of Owen, b. 31 Aug 1796-23 Sep 1876.
LINDLEY, Jonathan T.; d. 29 Jan 1854, age 40y/3m.
LINDLEY, Wm. H., d. 1857, age 25y.
LINDLEY, Susannah; wife of James, d. 1859, age 55y.
LINDLEY, James; 7 May 1854, age 62y/6m/22d.
LINDLEY, Robert; d. 1852, age 27y.
LINDLEY, Peggy; wife of Thomas, d. 18 Jan 1852, age 51y/4m/6d.
LINDLEY, Samira; dau of Jonathan & Mary, d. 1844, age 21y.
LINDLEY, Samuel Newton; d. 1852, age 22y.
LINDLEY, Harrison; son of Jonathan & Mary, d. 1843, age 17y.
LINDLEY, Wm. R., 1845-1910.
LINDLEY, Alice E., 1857.
LINDLEY, William; d. 28 Dec 1850, age 63y/11m/20d.
LINDLEY, Thomas; d. 10 Jul 1850, age 64y/10m/27d.
LINDLEY, Elizabeth; wife of Samuel, d. 1860, age 36y.
LINDLEY, Hannah; 24 Mar 1869, age 69y/8d.
LINDLEY, Aaron; 3 Oct 1875, age 73y/8m/19d.
LINDLEY, Ann; wife of Aaron, d. 6m, 25d, 1881, age 74y/5m/5d.
LINDLEY, Catherine E.; dau of J. and N., b. 6 Feb 1867-d. 1 Nov 1884.
LINDLEY, Ira; 1 Nov 1838-9 Mar 1883.
LINDLEY, Nancy A.; wife of John, 16 Oct 1838-2 Nov 1867.
LINDLEY, Jonathan; 9 Jan 1799-17 May 1876.
LINDLEY, William H.; 1847-1932.
LINDLEY, Julia A.; wife of Samuel D., 30 Nov 1825-3 Apr 1877.
LINDLEY, Elwood; son of A. and A., 1845-1866.
LINDLEY, Charles C.; consort of Mary C., 18 Apr 1847-8 Jan 1875.
LINDLEY, John A.; 14 Jun 1830-23 Jun 1911.
LINDLEY, Mary C.; wife of John A. Lindley, d. 20 Feb 1889, age 43y/1m/3d.
LINDLEY, Samuel D.; b. 1 May 1811-8 Aug 1885.
LINDLEY, Eli; b. 7 Jun 1819-d. 16 Jul 1898.
LINDLEY, Mary; b. 21 Oct 1826-d.18 Aug 1896.
LINDLEY, Walter E., 10 Mar 1869-12 Dec 1898.
LINDLEY, Isabella A.; dau of John A. and Nancy A., 1856-1890.
LINDLEY, Elizabeth; wife of Henry, d. 11 Jul 1877, in 69th year of her age (no stone). Note: Elizabeth Lindley married 1st, Samuel Lee, 2nd Henry Lindley.
LINDLEY, Elizabeth; b. 22 Jul 1795-23 Jul 1837.
LYNCH, Hannah; 2 May 1834-11 Nov 1837 (a dau of Wm. D. and Mary Lindley Lynch).
MARIS, Jane (Holliday); wife of Thomas, d. 20 Apr 1858, age 74y/3m/11d. Note: Thomas is buried in Howard Co, Ind.)
MARIS, Susannah; d. 6 Feb 1842, dau of Thos. & Jane), age 16 yr.
MARIS, Jonathan; d. 17 Jul 1868, age 64y/2m/27d.
MARIS, Sarah; wife of Jonathan, d. 16 Sep 1862, age 48y/2m/5d.
MILLIKAN, Hiram; d. 19 Jul 1833.
MILLICAN, Jesse M.; 25 Apr 1823-31 Aug 1890.
MOORE, Vincen; 1822-1862.
MOORE, Claudius; 1867-1903 [son of Jos. R. & Ann Boyd Moore, mar Anna Bundy]
McDONALD, Rachel E.; wife of C., 14 Feb 1802-20 May 1865.
McDONALD, Emeline; wife of Joseph, 1831-1855.
McVEY, Edward; d. 23 Jul 1852, age 56y.
McVEY, Catherine; wife of E., d. 1863, age 69y/2m/1d.
McVEY, Mary J.; dau of E. & C., d. 9m, 2d, 1836, age 6y.
McVEY, Martha E.; dau of E. & C., d. 1856, age 22y/4m/25d.
NEWLIN, Stella; 1892-1934.
NEWLIN, Nathaniel; 1856-1928
NEWLIN, Emma; wife of Nathaniel, 1871-1920.
NEWLIN, Jonathan; in Memory of, 1789-1860. From N.C. in 1817.
NEWLIN, Mary Lindley; his wife, 1798-1845.
NEWLIN, Thomas; 3 Aug 1819-16 May 1906.
NEWLIN, Martha J.; 3 Sep 1833-21 Jan 1904
NEWLIN, Milly; wife of David, 1845-1867.
NEWLIN, David; 21 Aug 1837-11 Aug 1908.
NEWLIN, Homer M.; 20 Nov 1887-29 Feb 1912.
PRITCHARD, Benjamin; d. 12m, 18d, 1847, age 8m.
PRITCHARD, Benjamin; d. 4m, 16, 1856, age 43y/8m/28d.
PRITCHARD, Samuel; d. 25 May 1853, age 37y/7m/7d.
PURKHISER, Catherine; wife of S., 25 Mar 1818-21 Sep 1860.
STOUT, William; 1835-1919.
STOUT, Mary Adeline; 1845-1909
STOUT, Bessie; dau of Wm. and A., d. 20 Apr 1889, age 3y.
STOUT, Iram; 15 Dec 1808-13 Dec 1896
STOUT, Nancy; 1 Nov 1813-2 Jul 1863.
STOUT, Jesse; b. 11 Apr 1849-20 Jun 1870.
STOUT, John I.; 7 Apr 1862-3 Apr 1933.
STOUT, Almeda; 27 Nov 1871-13 Nov 1935.
STOUT, Donavin; 23 Aug 1897-3 Apr 1933.
STOUT, Cecil; 2 Jul 1894-4 Mar 1958.
THOMAS, Stephen; d. 13 Aug 1859, age 66y/2m/15d.
THOMAS, Mary A., dau of S. & L., 1849, 23y.
THOMAS, John F.; age 24y.
THOMAS, Joseph; 1851, age 28y.
THOMAS, Daniel; 1851, age 31y.
THOMAS, Stephen; 1852, age 20y.
THOMPSON, David; d 31 Aug 1865, age 54y/9m/1d.
THOMPSON, Melinda; wife of David, d. 2 Aug 1880, age 62y/2m/14d.
THOMPSON, Henry; b. 18 Oct 1835-17 Oct 1884.
THOMPSON, Deborah; b. 9 Apr 1838-19 Mar 1893.
THOMPSON, Rachel; 1840-1904.
THOMPSON, Jesse; b. 25 Oct 1819-d. 22 Jul 1901.
THOMPSON, Sarah (Dixon); wife of J., b. 9 Sep 1820-d. 15 Jun 1905.
THOMPSON, Enoch; d. 22 Jun 1855, age 72y/1m/28d.
THOMPSON, Owen; d. 1m, 28d, 1868, age 58y/11m/13d.
THOMPSON, Rachel; wife of Owen, d. 21 Jan 1862, age 46y/10m/27d.
THOMPSON, Edith M.; dau of O. and R., 1848-1866.
THOMPSON, Sarah L., dau of O. and R., d. 29 Nov 1864, age 29y/14d.
TOWEL, John; d. 20 Feb 1864, age 88y/2m/24d.
TOWEL, Mary; second wife of John, d. 2 Sep 1856, age 72y/5m/20d.
TOWEL, Martha; wife of John, 13 Jun 1817, age 40y.
TOWEL, Martha; dau of M. & J., d. 12 Apr 1851, age 20y.
TOWEL, Jesse Jr.; (son of John Sr., d. 1833, Grave unmarked). d. 1834, Grave unmarked, in East end of Cemetery.
TRUEBLOOD, William; 21 Nov 1760-14 Mar 1834 (no stone found).
UNDERWOOD, Rev. Jesse; 1819-16 Jan 1887.
VEATCH, Julia A.; wife of John R., d. 24 Dec 1872, age 30y/10m/6d.
VEATCH, Ella; 5 Feb 1878-16 Sep 1938.
VEATCH, David; 20 Dec 1868-27 Aug 1940.
WELLS, Nathaniel; Lee’s Co. Starkey’s N.C. Troops. Rev. War. 26 Apr 1817 (gov’t marker).
WHITE, Catherine; w. of William H., 14 Oct 1849-23 Apr 1910.
WHITE, Mollie E.; w. of Jeremiah, d. 11m, 17d, 1880. Age 24y/8m/9d.
WOODS, Robert; Co. K 5 Ind. Inf. (Civil War).
WOODY, Jonathan L.; son of Levi & Gulielma, d. 1853, age 12y.
WOODY, Hannah; dau of Levi and Gulielma, d. 1853, age 1m/13d.
WOODY, Martha J.; dau of Levi and Gulielma, d. 1856, age 16y.

[NI1880] Wonderful History shows all of the early settlers and tells how they lived.
History of Orange County
... Wilson, Jesse Martin, William Killams, John Maris, Thomas Atkinson, Aaron Maris, Daniel Dawson, James Atkinson, Absalom Davis, Thomas Maris, William Lindley, Sr., James McVey, James O’Cannon, Jonathan Jones, Gilbert Kiliams, Simon Reubottom, Isaac Wells, Owen Lindley, Sr. Owen Lindley, Jr., Thomas Lindley ...
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[NI1883] JOSEPH TRUEBLOOD A native of the county of which he is now a resident, is a son of Nathan and Patience (Newby) Trueblood, who were natives of North Carolina, the former born October 31, 1781 and the latter in 1784. These parents were married in their native State and in 1815 immigrated Westward where land was cheaper and better. They settled in Washington County, Indiana Territory, where Mr. Trueblood died January 22, 1910, preceded by Mrs. Trueblood February 1, 1863. Joseph Trueblood, as did his father before him, has followed agricultural pursuits through life. He was born September 8, 1817, and February 10, 1842, led to the matrimonial altar Miss Semira B. Lindley, who was born in this county January 14, 1820. Mrs. Trueblood is a daughter of Samuel and Mary (Braxtan) Lindley, who were born in North Carolina December 28, 1771, and March 15, 1777, respectively. They immigrated to this county in 1811 when there were as many Indians as white people, and here Mr. Lindley died, February 11, 1853, and his wife, April 11, 1846. Mr. Trueblood is the owner of a fine farm, is a Republican in politics, and he and wife are members of the Friends Church, and parents of this family: Lucius B., Edmund A., Mary L. (Mrs. A. P. Hinshaw), and Elizabeth (deceased).

[NI2214] WILLIAM W. LINDLEY was born in Orange County, September 24, 1824, and is the third child of Owen and Mary (Wilson) Lindley. Owen Lindley was a prominent early settler, and came from North Carolina with his parents in 1811, and was born in that State August 10, 1793, and married in Washington County, Ind., in 1819. His wife was born in North Carolina August 31, 1793. They were highly respected, and members of the Friends Church. The father died August 2, 1871, and his wife in 1878. Our subject is a farmer and resides on the land on which he was born. He married in 1870, Deborah J., daughter of Robert and Polly Williams, and by this marriage there are five children: Annie D., Mary E., Della, Rutherford, and James C. Mr. Lindley has a birth right in the Friends Church . He is one of the leading farmers and stock-raisers and takes an active interest in the promotion of the farming community. He is a Republican, and of course his parents being Friends were opposed to slavery before the war. He and wife are people of much worth and respectability.

[NI2224] 302 - 304 14 July 1828. Nathan Hollowell and Thomas Lindley adm. of WILLIAM HOLLOWELL estate report and file inventory including articles kept by the widw, as appraised Jacob Doan, Francis May and William Wilson on 28 May 1828 and sworn before Ephraim Doan, JP. Also appraised by Jonathan Lindley, Silas Dixon and Jehue Hadley.
JAMES HOLLOWELL, A native Hoosier, and a well-to-do farmer, was born in Orange County, January 31,1821. His paternal grandfather, Robert Hollowell, was a native of North Carolina, where he married Elizabeth Cox, and in 1810 came with his family to what is now Orange County, ind., and later moved to Washington County, where his wife died in 1842 and he in 1866. Nathan Hollowell, father of James, was born in North Carolina in 1799; came to Orange County, this State, with his parents, where he married Nancy Everett, who was born in the same State as himself in 1795, and in 1815 settled in Washington County. Nathan Hollowell died in Howard County, Ind., in 1865, his widow surviving him only four years. James Hollowell, in 1841, married Celia Thomas, who was a native of Illinois, and who died September 20, 1858, leaving three children: Huldah J., Amos and James S. Mrs. Mary A. Lindley, widow of Jonathan Lindley, and daughter of William P. and Anna (White) Trueblood, became his second wife, February 8, 1860, this lady having been born in this county (Washington) May 17, 1824. Four children have been born to this marriage, as follows: Elwood L., Edmund, John J. and Mary N. Mr. and Mrs. Hollowell are among the well known and highly respected people of the county.

[NI2232] Lee
7-29-1820 Mary LEE (formerly LINDLEY) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
4-21-1827 Sarah LEE (formerly LINDLEY) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
2-21-1829 Queen Amy LEE condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
3-21-1835 Elizabeth LEE (formerly LINDLEY) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
5-20-1837 Grace LEE, Lick Creek PM reports she married contrary to discipline.
2-17-1838 Rebecca LEE, Lick Creek PM reports she married contrary to discipline. She condemns her misconduct.
4-21-1855 Elizabeth LINDLEY (formerly LEE), Beech Grove PM reports she married contrary to discipline. She is disowned.
Leonard

[NI2241] Trueblood
12-1-1813 Mourning TRUEBLOOD, daughter of William and Elizabeth, deceased, married Christopher HILL at Lick Creek MH.
3-3-1814 Margaret TRUEBLOOD, daughter of Joseph of Washington Co., Indiana Territory, and his wife Margaret, married Thomas SAINT at Blue River MH.
10-30-1816 Margaret PEARSON (formerly TRUEBLOOD) is disowned for marrying contrary to discipline.
6-14-1817 William TRUEBLOOD, son of Josiah and Elizabeth, both deceased, of NC, married Mary MOORMAN, widow, daughter of Lewis and Agness THOMAS, at Lick Creek MH.
8-30-1817 Henry TRUEBLOOD condemns his misconduct and marriage contrary to discipline.
8-26-1819 Peggy DICKS (formerly TRUEBLOOD) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
1-3-1821 Joseph TRUEBLOOD, son of William and Margaret, deceased, of Orange Co., married Sarah DOAN at Lick Creek MH.
1-9-1822 Josiah TRUEBLOOD, son of William and Margaret, deceased, of Orange Co., married Sarah MARIS at Lick Creek MH.
5-27-1822 John TRUEBLOOD condemns his marriage out of unity
.
4-16-1825 Deborah TRUEBLOOD (formerly CHAMBERS) condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
8-20-1825 William TRUEBLOOD, son of Josiah, PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He is disowned.
2-18-1826 William TRUEBLOOD, son of William, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
7-21-1827 Josiah TRUEBLOOD, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He is disowned
.
6-21-1828 James TRUEBLOOD, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline.
11-20-1828 Miriam TRUEBLOOD, daughter of William and Margaret, deceased, of Orange Co., married Cornelius WHITE at Lick Creek MH.
12-24-1828 Nathan TRUEBLOOD of Blue River in Washington Co., son of Abel and Mary of the same place, married Penelope WHITE at Poplar Grove MH.
6-16-1838 Josiah TRUEBLOOD, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline and is the father of an illegitimate child. He condemns his misconduct.
8-21-1845 Eliza Jane TRUEBLOOD, daughter of William Jr. and Margaret of Orange Co., married Samuel LINDLEY at Newberry MH.
4-17-1847 William D. TRUEBLOOD, Beech Grove PM reports he attended a marriage contrary to discipline. He is disowned.
9-21-1848 Sarah TRUEBLOOD, widow, of Orange Co., daughter of Jonathan and Rachel DOAN of Morgan Co., married John STOUT at Newberry MH.
11-2-1848 Hiram TRUEBLOOD of Orange Co., son of Josiah and Sarah of the same place, married Hannah LINDLEY at Newberry MH.
8-18-1849 Thomas Elwood TRUEBLOOD granted certificate to Blue River MM to marry Sarah WHITE.
3-16-1850 Gulielma BUNDY (formerly TRUEBLOOD), Beech Grove PM reports she married contrary to discipline.
9-16-1851 Josiah TRUEBLOOD is at liberty to marry Eleanor LINDLEY.
9-18-1852 Eunice WEEKS (formerly TRUEBLOOD), Beech Grove PM reports she married contrary to discipline.
9-23-1852 Alfred TRUEBLOOD of Orange Co., son of Josiah and Sarah, deceased, of the same place, married Amy LINDLEY at Newberry MH.
4-22-1857 William N. TRUEBLOOD of Washington Co., son of Nathan and Patience of the same place, married Hannah PRITCHARD at Lick Creek MH.
4-21-1858 William TRUEBLOOD of Orange Co., son of Josiah and Sarah, deceased, of the same place, married Ruth Ellen DIXON at Lick Creek MH.
4-22-1869 Caroline TRUEBLOOD, daughter of William and Margaret of Orange Co., married Cyrus JONES at Newberry MH.

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SOLOMON LINDLEY was born in the township in which he now resides [Paoli], February 20, 1825, and is the grandson of Owen Lindley, who, with his family removed from North Carolina to this county in 1811. His son JAMES was born in the Old North State, as was his wife RACHEL THOMPSON, the former's birth occurring November 8, 1785, and the latter's July 15, 1790. They were married in their native State, which they made their home until 1817, when they came to Orange County, this State, which they made their home from that time on. They were Friends or Quakers, as were their entire family of twelve children, one of whom is Solomon Lindley. He was brought up to hard labor, receiving his education in the log-schoolhouses. His union with MISS MARY CLOUD, occurred March 17, 1852. She was a native of this county, born July 24, 1826, died November 14, 1875. October 10, 1878, Mr. Lindley was united in marriage with MISS PARTHENA TRUEBLOOD, a native of Washington County, Ind., her birth occurring June 10, 1836. By the first marriage there were three children: THOMPSON C., CLARA P. and ANNA A. Mr. Lindley began for himself as a poor boy, and now has a fine home and a competency. Like his ancestors, he has always voted in opposition to the pro-slavery party, and is a consistent member of the Society of Friends. He owns a well-improved farm of 500 acres.

[NI2391] JOHN A. LINDLEY, born in Paoli Township, Orange County, Ind., June 14, 1830, is a son of AARON and grandson of OWEN LINDLEY. Owen was one of the earliest settlers in the county, having located here about the year 1807 from North Carolina. Being of the Quaker belief and opposed to slavery, he left his native State on that account. He was father of a large family of children, of whom Aaron was born January 22, 1802, in North Carolina. He came to Indiana with his father's family where he married ANN LINDLEY, his second cousin, and by her was the father of fourteen children. Of these John A. was the fourth. Farming and stock dealing has been his occupation throughout life, and his farm now comprises 250 acres of very good land. His first marriage occurred February 22, 1854, with NANCY HOLLOWELL. Of their family of eight children, ISABEL, NATHAN, MARTHA, HOMER and CATHERINE are now living. Her death occurred October 10, 1867. MARY C. HUTCHLER became his second wife December 18, 1869, and by her he is father of five children, AXUM, LUCIUS and RUFUS now living. Mrs. Lindley is a member of the Quaker Church. Politically Mr. Lindley was a Whig until 1860, and since his vote for Lincoln in that year he has been an ardent Republican and usually manifests considerable interest in public affairs.

[NI2404] Name: Franklin D. LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 16 Oct 1822 in Newlin, Almance County, North Carolina
Death: 25 Aug 1907 in Chatham County, North Carolina
Census: 1870 Pittsboro, Chatham County, North Carolina
Note: Page 223A
Census: 1860 Pittsboro, Chatham County, North Carolina
Note: Page 85
Census: 1880 Hadley, Chatham County, North Carolina
Note: Page 56B
Census: 1900 Friendship, Guilford County, North Carolina
Note: Page 67

[NI2409] ID: I137349
Name: James Owen LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 30 Aug 1857 in Newlin, Almance County, North Carolina
Death: 24 Oct 1918
Census: 1910 Albright, Chatham County, North Carolina
Note:
Page 12B. States that they had five children, and that four are still
living.

[NI2425] -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------
ID: I137894
Name: Rufus Henry "Budd" LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 22 Nov 1866 in Newlin, Alamance County, North Carolina
Death: 2 Feb 1936
Census: 1910 Newlin, Alamance County, North Carolina
Note: Page 150A
Census: 1920 Hadley, Chatham County, North Carolina
Note: Edition 11, Page 1A

[NI2462] Name: William Wesley LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 10 Jun 1831 in North Carolina
Death: 27 Jul 1908 in Chatham County, North Carolina
Census: 1870 Pittsboro, Chatham County, North Carolina
Note: Page 213A
Census: 1860 Pittsboro, Chatham County, North Carolina
Note: Page 88
Census: 1880 Newlin, Alamance County, North Carolina
Note: Page 1B

[NI2742] -------
Paoli Township, Section 8-T. 1N.-R. 1E, Still used.
This is the oldest public burying ground in the county. It is three miles east of Paoli and one quarter mile south of state road 150. Jonathan Lindley entered the land in 1811. In that year his wife Deborah died. She was the first of the Friends’ colony to die after their arrival from North Carolina. Her grave is in the east end of the cemetery. Many of the graves of these pioneers were never marked, and some of the old stones have crumbled, or have been displaced. It was a custom of Friends to record marriages, births, and deaths, but the birth and death records of Lick Creek Meeting have been lost. The meeting was set up in 1813. The old records are kept in the Orange Co. Bank at Paoli.
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ALEXANDER, Joseph; 18 Oct 1835-27 Nov 1906.
ALEXANDER, Mary E.; 8 May 1846-3 Oct 1928.
ANDREW, Sarah Lindley; dau of Thomas & Miriam Lindley, and wife of Aaron Andrew. Grave unmarked. Came from N.C. in 1823.
ATKINSON, John; 9 Oct 1796-14 Aug 1874.
ATKINSON, Milly; wife of J. Atkinson, 29 Dec 1793-8 Apr 1884.
ATKINSON, Alfred; d. 1863-age 24 years.
ATKINSON, Margaret [Morris], his wife; d. 11 Sep 1903; age 72y/2m/5d. [married 1 Dec 1853].
ATKINSON, Mary J.; b. 10m,11d,1831-8 Jan 1884.
ATKINSON, Alice; 1855-1906.
BARKER, Welcome; son of M. T. and C., 1859-1860.
BOSLEY, Nancy, wife of J. W., 1835-1860.
BOSLEY, Anna; 8 Apr 1880. Age 55y/20d.
BOSLEY, Della Stout, wife of Sherman Bosley, 1869-1904.
BOYD, Sarah E; 1857-1902
BOYD, Martha; wife of Wm., d. 1862. Age about 68 yrs.
BOYD, Wood; d. 1 Aug 1871. Age 54y/7m/11d.
BOYD, Michel; wife of Wood Boyd. 22 Dec 1823-16 Jul 1882.
BOYD, Elizabeth; 1825-1881.
BOYD, Jesse; 1818-1896.
BOYD, Ellen; 1849-1924
BOYD, William L.; 1843-1915
BOYD, Virginia; 1848
BOYD, Franklin; 1848-1900.
BOYD, Louisa C., his wife; 1854-1929.
BOYD, Zeno; son of W. + M. [Wood & Michael], 26 Dec 1846-14 Feb 1865.
BOYD, Eliza; wife of J. T., 15 Aug 1837-9 Feb 1904
BOYD, John T.; 4 Dec 1824-15 Apr 1870 [one stone with Eliza]
BRAXTON, Thomas; d. 29 Nov 1865. Age 90y/11m/17d.
BRAXTON, Hannah; wife of Thomas. d. 29 Jun 1859, Age 81y/8m/7d.
BRAXTON, Hiram; b. 15 Jul 1802-7 Mar 1864.
BRAXTON, M. W.; wife of H. Braxton, d. 22 Jul 1852.
BRAXTON, Hiram; 19 Nov 1841-10 Feb 1842.
BRAXTON, M. W.; d. 17 Jul 1833.
BRAXTON, R. A.; d. 18 Jun 1829
BRAXTON, John M.; 2 Aug 1844-19 Jan 1897.
BRAXTON, Melinda W.; wife of John M., 3 Jul 1840-30 Aug 1873.
BUNDY, Jehu; b._____ 1816 ________
BUNDY, Mary Hollowell; his wife, 1844-1888.
BURGESS, Lewis; 1864-1926
BURGESS, Martha; 1861-
CADLE, John G.; d. 27 May 1882. Age 59y/6m/27d.
CAPLINGER, John O.; 12 Aug 1862-28 Jan 1936.
CAPLINGER, Elva L.; b. 7 Jun 1859-
CASE, Mattie, dau of H. G. and M. A. Case.
CHAMBERS, Samuel; d. 9 Dec 1842, age 60y (stone not found)
CHAMBERS, Sarah; 4m,17d, 1835, age 27y/10 hrs
CHAMBERS, John; son of G. F. and M., d. 1856.
CHAMBERS, Mary S.; wife of G. F. Chambers, 1851. Age 23y.
CHAMBERS, William C.; 22 Mar 1816-26 Mar 1898.
CHAMBERS, Ellen M.; wife of William C., 25 Dec 1822-22 Sep 1891. [Erected to the memory of W. C. & E. M. Chambers.]
CLEMENTS, Lillie; wife of John W., d. 31 Dec 1894. Age 25y/8m/23d.
CLOUD, David; d. 13 Jan 1840, age 52y.
CLOUD, Joel; d. 26 Sep 1834, age 53y.
CLOUD, Rebecca; d. 19 Nov 1844. (b. 1786)
CLOUD, Eliza J.; d. 8 Oct 1834, age 8y.
CLOUD, John; d. 4 Oct 1834, age 11y.
CLOUD, William; 19 Dec 1846-1 Nov 1907.
CLOUD, Daniel; d. 14 Sep 1874, age 59y/9m/11d.
CLOUD, Mary A.; wife of Daniel. d. 13 Dec 1867. Age 44y/1m/19d.
CLOUD, John; d. 1842. Grave unmarked. Left a fund to Lick Creek Mtg. for "promotion of useful education."
CLOUD, Hannah Lindley; second wife of John. Grave unmarked.
COX, Joseph; d. 1831. Came from Tennessee to Ind. Terr. In 1810. Entered land now known as Ind. "Pioneer Mother’s Memorial Forest." Grave unmarked.
COX, Mary Lines; wife of Joseph. Grave unmarked.
COX, Solomon; d. 9 Apr 1844. Age 33y/10d.
COX, Elizabeth (Cloud); wife of William. d. 19 Apr 1890, age 73y/5m.
COX, Martha; d. 1854, age 3y/5m/2d.
COX, Elwood; d. 1855, age 16m.
COX, Clarkson; d. 1865, age 5y/11m/14d.
COX, Joseph; son of S. and N., d. 24 Jul 1849, age 13y/11m/7d.
COX, John C.; d. 2 Nov 1861, age 24y/10m/10d.
COX, Martha; dau of Wm. And R., d. 1865, age 26y.
COX, Nancy, dau of Wm. And E., d. 1877, age 30y.
COX, Rachel E.; 13 Jun 1848-23 Dec 1915.
DAUGHERTY, Leander; 11 Mar 1849-2 Oct 1913.
DAUGHERTY, Clara B.; his wife. 21 Oct 1859-21 Feb 1922.
DAUGHERTY, Pearl; dau of L. and C., 10 Jul 1890-24 Dec 1896.
DENTON, Delbert; son of G. W. and M., 1879-1895.
DILLINGER, Rodolphus; b. 18 Feb 1832-17 Dec 1901.
DILLINGER, Nancy; wife of R. S., 31 Jan 1836-3 Dec 1881.
DILLINGER, Charles; son of R. S. and N.J., d. 10 Jul 1857, age 11m/27d.
DILLINGER, Mary E.; dau of R. S. and N., d. 23 Feb 1875, age 21y/3m/27d.
DILLINGER, John; son of R. S. and N., d. 1874, age 7m/23d.
DIXON, Silas; d. 11 Nov 1852, age 64y/10m/27d.
DIXON, Lindley M.; son of Silas & Mary. D. 1858, age 22y.
DIXON, William; son of Silas J. & Mary., d. 3 Feb 1826. Age 17y/5m/21d.
DIXON, John; d. 18 Feb 1869, age 64y.
DIXON, Delphina H.; wife of Nathan. d. 6 Dec 1854, age 21y/9m/1d.
FARLOW, Mabel M., 1880-1903, wife of Arthur J.
FARLOW, Clifford.; infant son.
FLEMING, William R., 1851-1911.
FLEMING, Alice Ann; d. 1937, age 81.
GILLUM, John; d. 4 May 1857, age 34y/11m/24d.
GILLUM, William F.; 6 Dec 1819-14 Jan 1892 (age 72).
GILLUM, Anna B., 13 Nov 1814-5 Feb 1902.
GILLUM, Mary Emma; dau of J.W. & N. A., d. 1856, age 1y.
HALL, Joseph; 4 Jun 1828-20 Jan 1910.
HALL, Richard; 18 Aug 1796-26 Feb 1871.
HALL, Mary; wife of Richard. D. 15 Feb 1863, age 66y/6m/6d.
HALL, Lilly; wife of Richard. D. 15 Dec 1872, age 77y/11m/5d.
HALL, Robert; son of J. E. & M., d. at Corinth, Miss., 11 Mar 1863, age 19y. Co. D 66 Reg. Ind. Vol.
HAMMOND, Belle; w. of Otte, 1883-1917.
The following share one stone:
HAWORTH, Lewis; 1843-1935
HAWORTH, Louisa; 1850-1934
HAWORTH, Cora; 1872-1908
HAWORTH, Jesse; 1884-1916
HAWORTH, Minnie B.; dau of J. R. and A. B. Moore, 2 Jun 1870-7 Dec 1893.
HAZLEWOOD, Samire Ann; consort of Lee, d. 28 Mar 1844, age 23y.
HAZLEWOOD, Samira Ann, infant of Lee and Semire, d. 1844.
HENLEY, Abigail; dau of H. & G. Henley, d. 1871, age 35y.
HOBSON, James; 6 Mar 1817-28 Sep 1894. Lieut. In Co. D. 66 Ind. Inf.
HOBSON, Sarah; w. of J. M., d. 2 Jul 1871, age 69y/4m/28d.
HOBSON, Lydia; w. of J. M., b. 27 Aug 1819 -----
HOLLIDAY, Robert; son of Henry & Mary Fayle Holliday, b. in Chester Co., PA, 11m 29d 1748-d. 1816 (no stone).
HOLLIDAY, Hannah Newlin; dau of John & Mary Newlin, w. of Robert, d. 1835. (no stone).
HOLLOWELL, Robert; 13 Sep 1772-3 Apr 1865.
HOLLOWELL, Elizabeth; w. of Robert. 22 Feb 1772-10 Nov 1842.
HOLLOWELL, Celia; w. of James. D. 20 Sep 1858, age 40y/8m/26d.
HOLLOWELL, R. Jr.; (illeg.)
HOLLOWELL, Elizabeth; d. 18 Jul 1857, age 79y/6m/2d.
HOLMES, Henry; b. 14 Jun 1804, in N.C. and d. 27 Dec 1893.
HOLMES, James; 1845-1932.
HOLMES, Beatrice; 1862.
JONES, Ann; wife of James, d. 1862, age 17y [maiden name was Cloud].
KENOYER, Anna; dau of H. & S. Kenoyer, d. 1858, age 17y.
LEE, William; d. 1871, age 76y/4d.
LEE, Jonathan; b. 8 Oct 1807-d. 1853.
LEE, James L.; son of William and Mary, d. 1857, age 21y.
LEE, Samuel; son of J. and G., 1845-1862.
LEE, John; son of Wm., 15 Mar 1844-15 Dec 1864.
LEE, Amanda A.; dau of S. and E., 1847-1865.
LEE, Benjamin; d. 1871-age 23y.
LEE, Hiram; 1833-1907.
LEE, Ruth E., wife of Hiram, 1844-1883.
LEE, Arcus; son of H. & R., 1866-1883.
LINDLEY, Deborah; d. 8m, 10d, 1811.
LINDLEY, Jonathan; d. 4m, 5d, 1828.
LINDLEY, Martha (Sanders-Henley); d. 11m, 14d, 1851, age 82y/7m/27d. (second wife of Jonathan Lindley).
LINDLEY, Owen; Grave unmarked. "An elder and member of Lick Creek Mo. Mtg. Died 6m, 3d, 1828, age 65 yrs." From Qt. Mtg. Minutes.
LINDLEY, Thomas; Grave unmarked. b. 19 Sep 1766-d 1835. (Father of Sarah Lindley Andrew).
LINDLEY, Hiram B.; 16 Nov 1848-4 Nov 1927.
LINDLEY, Ida J.; wife of Hiram E., b. 26 Feb 1865-7 Feb 1908.
LINDLEY, Hattie; dau of H.B. and I. J., 1888-1895.
LINDLEY, Samuel A.; b. 9 Aug 1824-d. 18 May 1882.
LINDLEY, U.; d. 8 Aug 1833.
LINDLEY, Abigail -----
LINDLEY, Lucinda; d. 3m, 22d, 1839.
LINDLEY, A. I.; d. 3 Jan 1839.
LINDLEY, A.; d. 2 Aug 1833.
LINDLEY, E.; d. 7 Aug 1833.
LINDLEY, Mary Ann; dau of J. and M., age 8m.
LINDLEY, M.; d. 3m, 22, 1836 [probably Michel, wife of William].
LINDLEY, Gulielma; 9 Jan 1821-14 Nov 1842.
LINDLEY, Hester; wife of J., d. 17 Sep 1861, age 26y/10m/23d.
LINDLEY, David; d. 22 Feb 1879, age 62y/11m.
LINDLEY, William; son of Jonathan & Mary, d. 22 Jul 1844, age 13y.
LINDLEY, Hiram T.; consort of Benedicta Z., b. 11 Mar 1821-d. 18 Feb 1877.
LINDLEY, Cora Z.; dau of H. T. & B. Z., 12 Sep 1851-21 Oct 1871.
LINDLEY, Rumulus E.; son of H. T. & B. Z., d. 5 Sep 1880, age 20y/8d.
LINDLEY, Cleopatra; dau of H. and B., 1857-1858.
LINDELY, David; d. 26 Apr 1861, age 72y/11m/9d.
LINDLEY, Thomas; d. 6 Sep 1866, age 69y/2m/4d.
LINDLEY, Amy; wife of Eli, d. 19 May 1856, age 32y/8m/12d.
LINDLEY, Sarah; b. 6m, 28d, 1822-d. 30 Apr 1858.
LINDLEY, David; 10 Jan 1805-26 Sep 1855.
LNDLEY, George W.; son of S.D. and J.A., 1850-1872.
LINDLEY, Owen; b. 10 Aug 1793-2 Jun 1871.
LINDLEY, Mary; wife of Owen, b. 31 Aug 1796-23 Sep 1876.
LINDLEY, Jonathan T.; d. 29 Jan 1854, age 40y/3m.
LINDLEY, Wm. H., d. 1857, age 25y.
LINDLEY, Susannah; wife of James, d. 1859, age 55y.
LINDLEY, James; 7 May 1854, age 62y/6m/22d.
LINDLEY, Robert; d. 1852, age 27y.
LINDLEY, Peggy; wife of Thomas, d. 18 Jan 1852, age 51y/4m/6d.
LINDLEY, Samira; dau of Jonathan & Mary, d. 1844, age 21y.
LINDLEY, Samuel Newton; d. 1852, age 22y.
LINDLEY, Harrison; son of Jonathan & Mary, d. 1843, age 17y.
LINDLEY, Wm. R., 1845-1910.
LINDLEY, Alice E., 1857.
LINDLEY, William; d. 28 Dec 1850, age 63y/11m/20d.
LINDLEY, Thomas; d. 10 Jul 1850, age 64y/10m/27d.
LINDLEY, Elizabeth; wife of Samuel, d. 1860, age 36y.
LINDLEY, Hannah; 24 Mar 1869, age 69y/8d.
LINDLEY, Aaron; 3 Oct 1875, age 73y/8m/19d.
LINDLEY, Ann; wife of Aaron, d. 6m, 25d, 1881, age 74y/5m/5d.
LINDLEY, Catherine E.; dau of J. and N., b. 6 Feb 1867-d. 1 Nov 1884.
LINDLEY, Ira; 1 Nov 1838-9 Mar 1883.
LINDLEY, Nancy A.; wife of John, 16 Oct 1838-2 Nov 1867.
LINDLEY, Jonathan; 9 Jan 1799-17 May 1876.
LINDLEY, William H.; 1847-1932.
LINDLEY, Julia A.; wife of Samuel D., 30 Nov 1825-3 Apr 1877.
LINDLEY, Elwood; son of A. and A., 1845-1866.
LINDLEY, Charles C.; consort of Mary C., 18 Apr 1847-8 Jan 1875.
LINDLEY, John A.; 14 Jun 1830-23 Jun 1911.
LINDLEY, Mary C.; wife of John A. Lindley, d. 20 Feb 1889, age 43y/1m/3d.
LINDLEY, Samuel D.; b. 1 May 1811-8 Aug 1885.
LINDLEY, Eli; b. 7 Jun 1819-d. 16 Jul 1898.
LINDLEY, Mary; b. 21 Oct 1826-d.18 Aug 1896.
LINDLEY, Walter E., 10 Mar 1869-12 Dec 1898.
LINDLEY, Isabella A.; dau of John A. and Nancy A., 1856-1890.
LINDLEY, Elizabeth; wife of Henry, d. 11 Jul 1877, in 69th year of her age (no stone). Note: Elizabeth Lindley married 1st, Samuel Lee, 2nd Henry Lindley.
LINDLEY, Elizabeth; b. 22 Jul 1795-23 Jul 1837.
LYNCH, Hannah; 2 May 1834-11 Nov 1837 (a dau of Wm. D. and Mary Lindley Lynch).
MARIS, Jane (Holliday); wife of Thomas, d. 20 Apr 1858, age 74y/3m/11d. Note: Thomas is buried in Howard Co, Ind.)
MARIS, Susannah; d. 6 Feb 1842, dau of Thos. & Jane), age 16 yr.
MARIS, Jonathan; d. 17 Jul 1868, age 64y/2m/27d.
MARIS, Sarah; wife of Jonathan, d. 16 Sep 1862, age 48y/2m/5d.
MILLIKAN, Hiram; d. 19 Jul 1833.
MILLICAN, Jesse M.; 25 Apr 1823-31 Aug 1890.
MOORE, Vincen; 1822-1862.
MOORE, Claudius; 1867-1903 [son of Jos. R. & Ann Boyd Moore, mar Anna Bundy]
McDONALD, Rachel E.; wife of C., 14 Feb 1802-20 May 1865.
McDONALD, Emeline; wife of Joseph, 1831-1855.
McVEY, Edward; d. 23 Jul 1852, age 56y.
McVEY, Catherine; wife of E., d. 1863, age 69y/2m/1d.
McVEY, Mary J.; dau of E. & C., d. 9m, 2d, 1836, age 6y.
McVEY, Martha E.; dau of E. & C., d. 1856, age 22y/4m/25d.
NEWLIN, Stella; 1892-1934.
NEWLIN, Nathaniel; 1856-1928
NEWLIN, Emma; wife of Nathaniel, 1871-1920.
NEWLIN, Jonathan; in Memory of, 1789-1860. From N.C. in 1817.
NEWLIN, Mary Lindley; his wife, 1798-1845.
NEWLIN, Thomas; 3 Aug 1819-16 May 1906.
NEWLIN, Martha J.; 3 Sep 1833-21 Jan 1904
NEWLIN, Milly; wife of David, 1845-1867.
NEWLIN, David; 21 Aug 1837-11 Aug 1908.
NEWLIN, Homer M.; 20 Nov 1887-29 Feb 1912.
PRITCHARD, Benjamin; d. 12m, 18d, 1847, age 8m.
PRITCHARD, Benjamin; d. 4m, 16, 1856, age 43y/8m/28d.
PRITCHARD, Samuel; d. 25 May 1853, age 37y/7m/7d.
PURKHISER, Catherine; wife of S., 25 Mar 1818-21 Sep 1860.
STOUT, William; 1835-1919.
STOUT, Mary Adeline; 1845-1909
STOUT, Bessie; dau of Wm. and A., d. 20 Apr 1889, age 3y.
STOUT, Iram; 15 Dec 1808-13 Dec 1896
STOUT, Nancy; 1 Nov 1813-2 Jul 1863.
STOUT, Jesse; b. 11 Apr 1849-20 Jun 1870.
STOUT, John I.; 7 Apr 1862-3 Apr 1933.
STOUT, Almeda; 27 Nov 1871-13 Nov 1935.
STOUT, Donavin; 23 Aug 1897-3 Apr 1933.
STOUT, Cecil; 2 Jul 1894-4 Mar 1958.
THOMAS, Stephen; d. 13 Aug 1859, age 66y/2m/15d.
THOMAS, Mary A., dau of S. & L., 1849, 23y.
THOMAS, John F.; age 24y.
THOMAS, Joseph; 1851, age 28y.
THOMAS, Daniel; 1851, age 31y.
THOMAS, Stephen; 1852, age 20y.
THOMPSON, David; d 31 Aug 1865, age 54y/9m/1d.
THOMPSON, Melinda; wife of David, d. 2 Aug 1880, age 62y/2m/14d.
THOMPSON, Henry; b. 18 Oct 1835-17 Oct 1884.
THOMPSON, Deborah; b. 9 Apr 1838-19 Mar 1893.
THOMPSON, Rachel; 1840-1904.
THOMPSON, Jesse; b. 25 Oct 1819-d. 22 Jul 1901.
THOMPSON, Sarah (Dixon); wife of J., b. 9 Sep 1820-d. 15 Jun 1905.
THOMPSON, Enoch; d. 22 Jun 1855, age 72y/1m/28d.
THOMPSON, Owen; d. 1m, 28d, 1868, age 58y/11m/13d.
THOMPSON, Rachel; wife of Owen, d. 21 Jan 1862, age 46y/10m/27d.
THOMPSON, Edith M.; dau of O. and R., 1848-1866.
THOMPSON, Sarah L., dau of O. and R., d. 29 Nov 1864, age 29y/14d.
TOWEL, John; d. 20 Feb 1864, age 88y/2m/24d.
TOWEL, Mary; second wife of John, d. 2 Sep 1856, age 72y/5m/20d.
TOWEL, Martha; wife of John, 13 Jun 1817, age 40y.
TOWEL, Martha; dau of M. & J., d. 12 Apr 1851, age 20y.
TOWEL, Jesse Jr.; (son of John Sr., d. 1833, Grave unmarked). d. 1834, Grave unmarked, in East end of Cemetery.
TRUEBLOOD, William; 21 Nov 1760-14 Mar 1834 (no stone found).
UNDERWOOD, Rev. Jesse; 1819-16 Jan 1887.
VEATCH, Julia A.; wife of John R., d. 24 Dec 1872, age 30y/10m/6d.
VEATCH, Ella; 5 Feb 1878-16 Sep 1938.
VEATCH, David; 20 Dec 1868-27 Aug 1940.
WELLS, Nathaniel; Lee’s Co. Starkey’s N.C. Troops. Rev. War. 26 Apr 1817 (gov’t marker).
WHITE, Catherine; w. of William H., 14 Oct 1849-23 Apr 1910.
WHITE, Mollie E.; w. of Jeremiah, d. 11m, 17d, 1880. Age 24y/8m/9d.
WOODS, Robert; Co. K 5 Ind. Inf. (Civil War).
WOODY, Jonathan L.; son of Levi & Gulielma, d. 1853, age 12y.
WOODY, Hannah; dau of Levi and Gulielma, d. 1853, age 1m/13d.
WOODY, Martha J.; dau of Levi and Gulielma, d. 1856, age 16y.

[NI2748] HISTORY OF
ORANGE COUNTY
CHAPTER 5
ON THE 17th of February, 1816, Thomas Fulton and Joel Holbert opened the first Circuit Court in Orange County, at the house of William Lindley, with Zachariah Lindley, County Sheriff, in attendance. They produced their commissions from Gov. Thomas Posey, and took their seats. The commissions of Z. Lindley, Sheriff, and William Hoggatt, Clerk, were examined and approved, and both officers were required to give bond. A few appointments of township officers were made and Court adjourned. It reconvened April 8, 1816, at the house of William Lindley, and on this occasion the first grand jury, as follows, met: John G. Clendenin, Foreman; Samuel Chambers, Joseph Chamness, Thomas Lynch, Jesse Hollowell, George Peters, Thomas Copeland, William Rigney, David Goss, George Hinton, James Lindley, Edward Millis, John Scott, Thomas Maris, Joel Charles, Benjamin Vancleave, Joseph Farlow, John McVey, William Moore, Simon Reubuttom and John Maris. An indictment was returned against Andrew Mason for an assault and battery on the body of Bailey Hobson. The first traverse jury of the county was called: Joseph Glover, William Milliken, William Reed, Samuel Lewis, John Dilyard, Alexander Kearby, William Dougherty, Joshua Hadley, William Holaday, George French, Henry Hollowell and Edward Moore. A. Dunn appeared as Prosecuting Attorney, and John F. Ross for the defendant. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty.

[NI2756] THE SECOND INCORPORATION OF PAOLI
On the 20th of July, 1869, a meeting of the citizens of Paoli was held at the court house to take steps to incorporate the town. A. J. Simpson was called to the chair and H. H. Polson and A. J. Rhodes appointed Secretaries. Several speeches were made all favoring the project. W. J.Hollingsworth, J. M. Andrew and J. W. Payne were appointed a Committee to survey the town, ascertain its population and otherwise comply with the necessary legal requirements. The Committee reported the following for incorporation: "Beginning on the meridian line at the northeast of Section 1, Township 1 north, Range 1 west, thence north 60 rods, thence west through Section 30, Township 2 north, Range 1 west, 320 rods to the line dividing Sections 35 and 36, thence south 60 rods to the line dividing Sections 36, Township 2 north, Range 1 west, thence south on said line to Lick Creek, thence up the same to the southwest corner of Lot 226, thence east to the Meridian line, thence north to the place of beginning." This was the third official survey of the town, the first having been made by the County Agent in 1816, and the second by John Frazer in 1861-62. It was found at this time, 1869, that Paoli had a population of 584. An election to determine the question of incorporation was ordered held on the 25th of September, 1809, and although there was considerable opposition, the result was favorable by a fair majority, and in December the town was duly declared incorporated by the County Board. The following were the first officers elected: Luke B. Cogswell, Thomas Ireland and Robert King, Trustees; T. B. Buskirk, Clerk; B. D. Riley, Treasurer; Jeremiah Hobson, Marshal; Hiram Lindley, Assessor. The first meeting of the Town Board was held at the office of T. B. Buskirk. January 22, 1870 and Robert King was elected President of the Board. The first act was the adoption of a long series of town ordinances, similar to those of other towns. These ordinances were reported January 29, 1870 at which time they were discussed and adopted. After this, from time to time, other and sundry rules and regulations were also adopted.
HISTORY OF ORANGE COUNTY
CHAPTER 4
THE SECOND SOCIETY
In November, 1858, a successful attempt was made to organize an Orange County Agricultural Society at Paoli. A large crowd assembled and the following permanent officers were elected: Asa M. Black, President; D. S. Huffstutter, Vice President; J. R. Simpson, Secretary; Hiram Lindley, Treasurer; T. N. Braxtan, Superintendent; William Charles, John Buskirk, Stephen Foster, William Gilliatt, William Stalcup, W. H. Cornwell, John Tegarden. H. Glover, H. Braxtan and L. H. Faucett, Directors. Stock to the amount of $3,000 was taken at the start. No fair was held in 1858. The first was on the 20th, 21st, 22d, and 23d of September, 1859, on the grounds at Paoli, upon which good buildings had been erected, and a half-mile race-track built. There was a large attendance. the weather being fine. The displays were exceptionally excellent, especially that at the floral hall. There were 949 entries, 502 of stock and the balance of manufactured and agricultural products. There were 283 premiums awarded, 158 on stock.

[NI2763] LABAN LINDLEY, M.D., a descendent of one of the first families to settle in Orange County, Ind., appropriate notice of whom will be found elsewhere in this volume, is a son of William and Anna K. (Fisher) Lindley, and was born in Paoli Township, in August, 1843. He began life for himself when only fourteen years old, and for some time was employed as clerk in a drug store. When rebellion was threatening to overthrow our country, he enlisted in Company F, Thirteenth Indiana Cavalry, as a private, but immediately was made Orderly Sergeant, and later advanced to the Second Lieutenantcy of his company. Mr. Lindley was an efficient soldier, serving in some of the principal campaigns of the late war, and was honorably discharged in December, 1865. After returning to his old home, he spent two years attending school, only a short time, then began reading medicine in the office of Dr. J. H. Sherrod. He attended lectures at the Miami Medical College, Cincinnati, and the Detroit Medical College in Michigan, graduating from the latter institution in 1871, and since then has been in regular practice at Paoli. His marriage with Miss Anna Frazer was solemnized in 1871, and the names of their children are: Maggie (deceased), William F., Grace and Nancy. Dr. Lindley is one of the progressive men of the day, is a Republican, and a member of the Society of Friends. Mrs. Lindley belongs to the Presbyterian Church.
ORANGE COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY
The first organization of this kind was in the autumn of 1852, the meeting being held at the office of Dr. Pearson, in Paoli. The officers elected were: Dr. Pearson, President; Dr. Hazlewood. Vice-President; Dr. Hoover, Secretary; Drs. Reily, Botsall and W. F. Sherrod, Censors. The physicians present were: Lee, Hazlewood. Botsell, W. F. Sherrod, J. H. Sherrod, C. D. Pearson, C. L. Hoover and Dr. McCann. Dr. W. F. Sherrod was appointed to deliver an address on some medical subject at the next meeting. A constitution and by-laws were adopted; also a code of ethics and a bill of charges. The proceedings of the meeting were ordered published in the American Eagle and the Orleans Review. This society soon died. If any other meeting was held no trace of it could be found by the writer. In October, 1875, another society, a branch of the State Society, was organized, the first members being John A. Ritter, U. H. Hon, Benton J. Hon, T. P. Carter, Laban Lindley, E. D. Laughlin, John A. Cole and James Dillard, and later R. W. Lingle, Henry Lingle, R. D. Walters, G. W. Burton and C. E. Laughlin. The first officers were: John A. Bitter, President; E. D. Laughlin, Vice-Presi. dent: John A. Cole, Secretary; B. J. Hon, Treasurer; T. P. Carter, B. J. Hon and E. D. Laughlin, Censors. Regular meetings were held with much profit until October, 1879, when they were abandoned.

[NI2794] LINDLEY, David; 15 Feb 1851; 1 Sep 1854; Heirs: children Sarah, Mary, Margery, David, Hannah, Samuel. Executors: son Samuel and Henry HOLMES.
LINDLEY, David J.; 12 Sep 1855; 3 Oct 1855; Heirs: wife Ruth; daughters Sarah Jane and Julia Ann LINDLEY; sons Oliver, Ira, William Riley, Samuel Newton; grand-daughter Hester Ann McPHERSON. Executrix: wife Ruth LINDLEY.

[NI2804] ID: I138066
Name: Thomas J. LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 7 Oct 1843 in Hamilton County, Indiana
Death: aft 1915
Census: 1880 Washington, Hamilton County, Indiana
Note: Page 403A
Census: 1870 Noblesville, Hamilton County, Indiana
Note: Page 177A
Census: 1900 Washington, Hamilton County, Indiana
Note: Page 256
Census: 1910 Washington, Hamilton County, Indiana
Note: Page 248B

[NI2807] Woody
3-21-1838 Levi WOODY of Washington Co., son of Lewis and Jane of the same place, married Gulielma LINDLEY at Lick Creek MH.

[NI2812] -----
ID: I3538
Name: Jacob LINDLEY
Sex: M
Death: 12 JUN 1814
Note: Was killed by being overturned in a carriage.
Marriage 1 Ruth Anna RUTTER b: 3 JAN 1768
Married: 26 JUN 1800

[NI2826] 333 - 342 16 Feb. 1829. Joel Vandeveer adm. of ABRAHAM BOSLEY estate reports and files inventory as appraised by Joseph Donner and Thomas Coplin and sworn before Benjamin Cravens on 5 Jan. 1829. Includes property kept by the widow Rebecca Bosley. Sale bill as sold 25 & 26 Dec. 1828. Buyers: Benjamin, Gideon, James, Nathan, Polly and Sally Bosley; Gabriel Baldwin, Hiram Braxton, William Brooks, Samuel Chambers, Lewis Cox, Silas Dixon, Ephraim Doan, David Doggad, Joseph Donner, Richard Edwards, Zemri Elliott, Stephen Elrod, John Hackney, John Harden, Richard Henderson, Henry Holladay, Nathan Hollowell, Smithson Hollowell, Jonah Jenkins, Daniel Lambdon, David Lindley, Jonathan Lindley, Thomas Lindley, Zachariah Lindley, Jefferson Moore, Jacob Moulder, Nathan Nichols, Isaac Pearson, John Pervin, Abraham Peters, Elias Roberts, Daniel Robins, William Shoemaker, James Smart, Jarvis Smith, John Snowyer, Peter Stallcup, Charles Vandeveer, Joel Vandeveer and Isaac Wells. Adm. reports Abraham died about the month of Nov. last with Real Estate, the SW Qtr. Section 14, Township 1 North, Range 1 East on which only one payment had been made and will be forfeited. Also a bond on S. Chambers for 80 acres of land of poor quality. Estate is insolvent, asks to sell certificate to the land. Lists debts due from the estate.
LINDLEY, Zacharias, The True American (October 8, 1841)
Died in Martin County, on the 28th ult. (Sept 28, 1841), Mr. Zachariah Lindley. Mr.s Lindley was one of the early settlers of this country. He left a large family to mourn their irreparable loss. Submitted by Tom Agan.
18 Feb. 1828 Adms. report. Hiram, infant heir chose Solomon Bryant as his guardian with sec. Samuel Chambers, Zachariah Lindley and Josiah Hazelwood.
Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Service
These men were listed in the 1840 Orange County Census as being pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Service.
LINDLEY, Zechariah; Paoli Township, age 64.
HISTORY OF ORANGE COUNTY
CHAPTER 3
It is said that Zachariah Lindley, in doing his duty one day as Sheriff, was belated north of Paoli and caught out in a severe snow storm just as darkness set in, and while hurrying on toward town and home, was pursued for some distance by a panther which kept moving around him to get his scent, uttering the most alarming cries, half human, half animal, and putting him in considerable fear for his safety. The animal did not offer to attack him, but when it had obtained his scent, went bounding off through the forest uttering its doleful cries.
THE LINDLEY-CHESS SLANDER SUIT
A case which created much amusement at the time to outsiders was that of trespass on the case brought by Zachariah Lindley against James Chess for slander. The latter having a personal grudge against the former for some reason, which is said to have been a rigid enforcement of various merited judgments against him for sundry offences, in order to injure him, and if possible secure his dismissal from the office of County Sheriff, composed and published the following "poem:"
ZACHARIAH LINDLEY'S MORNING PRAYER.
“Preserve me, Lord, throughout this day,
A saint that doth most humbly pray;
Oh, give me drink, and give me food,
Of everything that's sweet and good;
Oh, give me, Lord, a store of riches,
Nor let me go with patched breeches.
Let me have wine, oh, yes, and brandy,
To me more sweet than sugar candy.
Oh give me, Lord, Constant protection;
Teach me to lie at each election.
Let me have jurors that for hire
Can always clear a guilty squire.
Raise me up to highest power,
And give me whisky every hour,
That I may drink and have my fill,
And for a vote can give a gill.
Do Thou make sure, then, my election,
Nor give to Pinnick your protection;
Let some device that I may use
The peoples' suffrage still abuse;
Oh, let my power still extend
To help in law my warmest friend;
Save me from lawyers Goodlett and Meek,
And Thy great praise I'll always speak.
"Z. Lindley-The 109th Psalm and 8th verse.* This was a toast drank by a lady in this town, and every man in this county should drink it. The copyright is secured to the Sheriff."
[*"Let his days be few, and let another take his office."]
Mr. Lindley brought suit for $5,000 damages for the libel, Henry Stephens being his attorney, but the case was finally compromised in some manner not now remembered. James Chess was a notorious lawbreaker, and a few years later engaged in counterfeiting and was arrested and prosecuted in the Lawrence Circuit Court. It was shown in the trial that he had counterfeited forty-four eagles, current gold coin of the United States, whereupon he was convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for a term of years. His counsel, Stephen & Kidder, appealed the case to the Supreme Court, alleging in the complaint that no State court had jurisdiction in an infringement or violation of a law of the United States, but the judgment of the lower court was in all things affirmed at the cost of the appellant. Moore prosecuted the pleas of the State.
THE PUBLIC SERVICES OF ZACHARIAH LINDLEY
Zachariah Lindley was the terror of evil-doers. He was a large, strong, active man, utterly destitute of fear, and made just such an officer as was needed in that early day of slack or absent law. Many a horse thief or other serious criminal, whom he had followed and arrested perhaps in one of the Southern States, was never heard of afterward, the opinion prevailing that he took the law into his own hands and perhaps strung them up to a convenient tree without assistance or without benefit of clergy, thus to save to his county the costs of a long and burdensome trial, and rid the earth of an encumbrance. A few years later than this a negro attacked Daniel Dayhuff with a knife or an ax and cut his abdomen so that his intestines protruded in a dangerous manner. The negro then made his escape into Kentucky, but was followed by Lindley and captured, but was never brought back. James Chess, who lived north in the edge of Lawrence County, it is said was constantly engaged in a case of assault and battery, and being a strong man, was usually the aggressor. He feared no man except Zachariah Lindley, but on one occasion he outwitted Lindley, which the latter afterward pleasantly confessed. Chess had violated the law in some manner, and Lindley went up to arrest him. Upon reaching his log residence the Sheriff knocked at the door, which was instantly opened and an arm thrust out. A violent twist was given the nasal organ of the surprised Lindley, and at the same time a pistol was leveled at him by Chess, who had the "drop" on him at last. The Sheriff could not draw a pistol, for if he attempted it, Chess, who was courageous and dangerous, would shoot him without hesitation. He, therefore, made the best of the situation, and threw up his hands when ordered to do so by Chess, and marched out of the yard with as much dignity as he could command in such a humiliating position. Lindley was afterward leader of a band of regulators; he was also Colonel of the Thirteenth Regiment of Indiana Militia.
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[NI2848] NATHAN M. FARLOW. farmer, living on the old Farlow homestead, which was settled by his grandfather, Joseph Farlow, in 1811, was born near where he yet resides, January 5, 1842, and is the youngest of five children born to his father's marriage with Ruth Maris, who was his wife. On the death of Mrs. Farlow when Nathan M. was only about two years old, his father married Mary Hill, by whom he was the father of four children: Jonathan Farlow, son of Joseph and father of Nathan M., was born July 18, 1807, in Orange County, N. C., from whence he removed with his father and mother, the latter being Ruth Lindley, a sister of Zachariah, and daughter of the one who laid out the town of Paoli, in the summer of 1811, and settled on the farm now owned by Nathan M., entering the land from the Government. The original patent for this land is now in possession of the owner of the property. Both the Parents of Jonathan Farlow have long since been dead, as is also Jonathan and his first wife. Jonathan Farlow received a fair edu- cation in youth, and died September 14, 1873. His first wife died November 17, 1843. She was born in Orange County, N. C., July 18, 1814. His second wife is yet living and is in the township. The family, on both sides, were members of the Society of Friends or Quakers. Nathan M. Farlow has never known any home but in Orange County, Ind. He was left motherless when only two years old, and was raised by his uncle, Nathan Farlow, in youth, receiving only a common school education. January 4, 1864, he enlisted as a private in Company F, Thirteenth Indiana Volunteer Cavalry, serving through the engagements in and around Murfreesboro the winter of 1864, afterward going to New Orleans, then to Spanish Fort, and at the surrender of Mobile. From there they returned through Alabama to Mississippi, doing special duty in this State until being mustered out at Vicksburg November 18, 1865. He is the owner of 232 acres of good land. In politics he is Republican, and February 4, 1869, was married to Martha, daughter of Daniel and Mary A.. (Milliken) Cloud, who was born February 21, 1849, in Orange County, Ind., by whom he is the father of four children, named: Elmer, Harry, Mary A. and William. The parents have their church membership with the Quakers. Mrs. Mary (Hill) Farlow, second wife of Jonathan, deceased, is yet living, and resides in southern Paoli Township. Of the four children of which she is the mother, only three are yet living, two living with Mrs. Farlow on a farm of 140 acres. The two oldest children are married. Joseph Farlow, the old pioneer, died July 14, 1845, in his seventy-third year, followed by his widow January 2, 1854, aged nearly seventy four years. The names of the children born to Jonathan Farlow's first marriage were: Jane-Mrs. Mark Hill; Joseph, who first married Hannah J. Hill, who died, then Rebecca Cox, and after her death married Mary E. Hill, and resides in Kansas; Deborah, Mrs. John Atkinson; Thomas, deceased, amd Nathan M. To the union of Jonathan Farlow and Mary (Hill) Farlow, these children were born: Lindley; Ruth, deceased; Ellen, Mrs. Joseph Trimble; Asenath M. The oldest of these-Lindley-married Mary Peacock, and resides with his mother.

[NI2851] SAMUEL T. LINDLEY, of Paoli, was born on the same farm where he now lives April 12, 1823. His grandfather was Jonathan Lindley, the most influential man of his day in Orange County, a native of Pennsylvania, who in early life, with his parents, settled in North Carolina, where he remained until 1811, coming in that year to Indiana and bringing with him what was then a large amount of money. He represented the county in the first State Legislature and several subsequent terms. He entered the land now occupied by the east part of Paoli and it was through his endeavors that the county seat was located where it now is. Thomas, the father of Samuel T., was the second of his thirteen children and was born in North Carolina, where he was married to Amy Thompson. They came to Indiana in 1811, and soon after Mrs. Lindley joined the Quaker Church, and became one of the noted ministers of that denomination in the United States. They bore a family of nine children. Thomas Lindley died in 1828, and immediately afterward Samuel T. was taken to Jackson County, Ind., where his youth was spent until he was twenty years of age and received most of his education. Upon his return to Orange County he engaged in the dry goods trade at Paoli for three years. Since then he has followed farming in connection with the agricultural implement trade. He owns 240 acres of good land, most of it near the town of Paoli. August 21, 1845, his marriage with Eliza J. Trueblood was solemnized and to their union three children have been born, John E. and Mrs. Alice Stout, yet living. Both Mr. and Mrs. Lindley are members of the Society of Friends by birthright. He was formerly Trustee of Paoli Township and in politics is a Republican.

[NI2861] Mary marries Jonathan, her dad is Samuel, brother to her husband Jonathan!

[NI2864] McVey
7-29-1815 Sarah MCVEY condemns her marriage contrary to discipline.
8-31-1822 Catherine MCVEY (formerly LINDLEY) condemns her marriage out of unity.

[NI2872] iii. Thomas R. LINDLEY was born 5 JAN 1828 in South Carolina. In Tx. married about 1856, and died 24 DEC 1919 in Snyder, Scurry Co., TX. He married Hannah Elizabeth BAILEY 23 DEC 1849 in someone has photo of him in civil war unif, daughter of William BAILEY and Elizabeth EVANS. She was born 13 OCT 1828 in Georgia. In Tx. married about 1856, and died 20 JAN 1917 in Snyder, Scurry Co., TX.
Name: Thomas R. LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 5 Jan 1828 in Laurens County, South Carolina
Death: 24 Dec 1919 in Snyder, Scurry County, Texas
Census: 1900 Scurry County, Texas (Precinct 2)
Note:
Page 243. States that they had ten children, and that eight are still
living.
Census: 1910 Scurry County, Texas (Precinct 1)
Note:
Page 4A. States that they had eleven children and that seven are
still living.
Census: 1880 Hopkins County, Texas (Precinct 4)
Note: Page 176C

[NI2873] Name: William M. LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 5 May 1829 in Laurens County, South Carolina
Death: 25 Aug 1913 in Brown County, Texas
Census: 1880 Comanche County, Texas (Edition 29)
Note: Page 82B
Census: 1900 Brown County, Texas (Precinct 2)
Note: Page 127
Census: 1910 Brown County, Texas (Precinct 1)
Note: Page 100A

[NI2900] John Was killed by a hit and run driver in Paoli.

[NI2902] Stout
2-18-1832 Isom STOUT, Beech Grove PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He is disowned.
4-21-1832 Nancy STOUT (formerly THOMAS), Lick Creek PM reports she married contrary to discipline. She is disowned.
1-16-1836 Sylvenus STOUT, Beech Grove PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
12-22-1841 Silas STOUT of Orange Co., son of John and Elizabeth, married Martha KING at Lick Creek MH.
12-23-1846 William STOUT of Orange Co., son of John and Elizabeth, deceased, married Elizabeth LINDLEY at Lick Creek MH.
3-22-1848 John STOUT of Beech Grove, Orange Co., son of John and Elizabeth of the same place, married Nancy ATKINSON at Lick Creek MH.
9-21-1848 John STOUT of Orange Co., son of Peter and Hannah, deceased, of the same place, married Sarah TRUEBLOOD, widow, at Newberry MH.
5-19-1849 Lafayette STOUT, Lick Creek PM reports he married contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
9-22-1852 Amy STOUT, daughter of John and Elizabeth, deceased, of Orange Co., married Eli LINDLEY at Lick Creek MH.
1-17-1857 John STOUT Jr. married contrary to discipline. He is disowned.
12-18-1858 Hannah LOMAX (formerly STOUT) married contrary to discipline.
5-23-1859 William STOUT Jr., Lick Creek PM reports he attended a marriage contrary to discipline. He condemns his misconduct.
3-16-1867 Melinda JONES (formerly STOUT), Lick Creek PM reports she married contrary to discipline.
9-14-1870 Emma LAMBDIN (formerly STOUT), Beecg Grove PM reports she married contrary to discipline.
1-18-1873 Alice C. STOUT (formerly LINDLEY), Beech Grove PM reports she married contrary to discipline. She retains membership.

[NI2906] 129 Lindley, Henry, Died 1901, age 80 years. BK-19
Old Union Cemetery, Orleans Township
Birthdate: 1821, Death Date: 1901, Spouse: Elizabeth Lindley, Father: Owen Lindley, Mother: Mary Wilson. [Jill Jones]

[NI2972] 102 Lindley, Hiram B., Died 1927, age 78 years. BK-6
Lick Creek Cemetery, Paoli Township
Birthdate: November 16, 1848, Death Date: November 4, 1927, Father: Aaron Lindley, Mother: Ann Lindley. [Jill Jones]

[NI3118] John William Lindley
John W. Lindley, a representative of the legal fraternity of Sullivan, is a native of Crawford County, Illinois, born December 19, 1867, a son of Samuel and Harriet (Hollenbeck) Lindley. The father was also a native of Crawford County, Illinois, born in April, 1833, and is still living in that county, on a farm. The mother was born in Clarke County, Illinois, September, 1842, and still survives. The grandfather, William A. Lindley, was a native of North Carolina, and came to Illinois a single man, settling in Crawford County, about 1800, where he resided until about fifty-six years of age. He was a farmer, of English descent, and reared a family of seven children. Grandfather Hollenbeck came from Dutch ancestry of New York.
Samuel Lindley, the father, always kept the farm on which he was born and reared and the title has never been changed. Politically, he is a Democrat of uncompromising terms. Among the local positions he has held may be mentioned that of supervisor. Both he and ;his wife are exemplary members of the Baptist Church. Originally, the Lindley family were of the Quaker religious faith. The children born to Samuel and Harriet (Hollenbeck) Lindley are:
Emma, wife of E. H. Boyd.
Charles E., a resident of Crawford County.
Mollie, deceased.
John William, of this sketch.
Ollie J. (twin sister of John W.), now the wife of Charles H. Voorheis, of Crawford County.
Ola, wife of J. H. Neff, residing in Sullivan County.
Samuel E., of Sullivan, a dentist.
John William Lindley was reared midst the scenes and labors incident to farm life and attended the common schools, after which he attended the Southern Illinois Normal University, graduating with the Class of 1892. He then taught school one year in the city schools of Robinson, Illinois, and read law in the same city, at the same time, with Bradbury & McHatton. He remained with this firm for two years and passed the examination before the appellate court, August 19, 1894, he began practice in Sullivan, Indiana, in partnership with John C. Briggs, with whom he remained until August 1, 1899, since which he has practiced independently. He has been connected with nearly every criminal case tried within Sullivan County in the last four or five years, thus proving his ability as a rising attorney. He was Prosecuting Attorney for the Fourteenth Judicial District for 1903-1904.
Mr. Lindley is a member of the Sullivan County Bar Association. Politically, he affiliates with the Democratic party and in his fraternal relations is connected with ;the Knights of Pythias, Elks and Modern Woodmen of America.
He was happily married, in September, 1901, to Zona Lacey, who was born in Sullivan, Indiana, September, 1877. She received her education in the county of her birth. Her parents are Edward P. and Margaret Lacey, both of whom still reside in Sullivan, her father being a teacher in the public schools. Two children have blessed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lindley:
Price, born in 1903.
Lois M., born in 1904.
The parents are member of the Baptist Church.
Source: A History of Sullivan County, Indiana. Closing of the first century’s history of the county and showing the growth of its people, institutions, industries and wealth. Thomas J. Wolfe, Editor. The Lewis Publishing Company, 1909, page 20-21.
Lindley, John Horace

[NI3152] BIOGRAPHY: 1941--Mrs. Ada Willard
BIOGRAPHY: Mrs. J. H. Willard, 76, died Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at he home 503 S. Jackson Street, following an illness of several weeks.
BIOGRAPHY: She is survived by her husband, two daughters, Mrs. Emma Eskew of Urbana, and Mrs. Ruth Piersall of Annapolis, six sons, Harry, Charles, and Frank of Long Beach, California, Ira of grand Falls, Texas, Arthur of Kankakee, and Noah of Robinson, also 24 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren, one sister, Mrs. Pearl Bassett of Hutsonville, three brothers, Charles Lindley and Louden Lindley of Hutsonville, and Allen Lindley of Broadview, Montana.
BIOGRAPHY: Funeral services for Mrs. Willard will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the West Church in Porterville with Rev. Lee Guyer in charge. Interment will be in the Mt. Pleasant cemetery.
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[NI3159] Name: James Henry LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: Feb 1853 in Campbell County, Georgia
Death: 20 May 1928 in Mason County, Texas
Census: 1920 Mertzon, Irion County, Texas
Note: Edition 122, Page 7B
Census: 1880 Taylor County, Texas (Precinct 2)
Note: Page 280D

[NI3160] Name: Hilliard "Hill" LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: Nov 1858 in Brown County, Texas
Death: 28 Apr 1948 in Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma
Census: 1910 Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma (Ward 4)
Note: Page 258B
Census: 1880 Brown County, Texas (District 27)
Note: Page 449C

[NI3161] Name: William Thomas LINDLEY
Sex: M
Birth: 6 Mar 1860 in Wood County, Texas
Death: 2 Aug 1951 in Abilene, Taylor County, Texas
Occupation: Stock raiser 1880 Taylor County, Texas
Census: 1880 Taylor County, Texas (Precinct 2)
Note: Page 280D. Living with his brother, James, in this census.
Census: 1910 Taylor County, Texas (Precinct 7)
Note:
Page 132A. States that they had seven children and that six are still
living.
Census: 1930 Taylor County, Texas (Precinct 7)
Note: District 31, Page 2A
Census: 1920 Taylor County, Texas (Precinct 7)
Note: Edition 272, Page 15A

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-Stampers Creek Baptist Church Cemetery
Paoli Township Section 34, T2N R1E Still Used.
This cemetery is 4 miles east of Paoli, on State Road 56. Stamper's Creek Primitive Baptist was organized on the 30th day of August 1818, at the home of George Duncan, and he was chosen moderator. The cemetery is well kept and serves a wide area. The identity of the first person buried there is now unknown, the crudely cut stone bearing only the date of 1820.
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LINDLEY, Charles D., 1896-1917. 12 RIC T. Co. G.S.I.B K S. Columbus Ohio.
LINDLEY, William A., 10 Oct 1845-23 Jul 1920. Co. M 13th Ind. Cav. }
LINDLEY, Margaret E., his wife, 6 Jul 1856-28 May 1941?. }one stone
LINDLEY, Lydia A., daut. of G. & S.A., d. 1878, aged 4m.
LINDLEY, Margaret, daut. of G. & S.A., d. 1873, aged 10d.
LINDLEY, Sarah, wife of G., d. 1878, aged 27y.
LINDLEY, Robert Leon, son of A. & Z., 11 Jun 1917.

[NI3341] !BIRTH: "Family Records Collection-Lindley", compiled by Washington County
Historical Society, 1981, Salt Lake FHL Film #1,306,152.
!BIRTH: DeWaard, Helen White, "John White of VA & NC and Some of His
Descendants", Published by Gregath Publishing Co., Cullman, AL, 1989,
Pg. 50.
!MARRIAGE: Ibid
!MARRIAGE: #1-Ridlen, Colleen Alice, "Washington County, Indiana Early Marriage
Records, 1815-1828", (Beech Grove, IN, 1983), Pg. 19, Salt Lake FHL
977.222/V22w. Original located in Marriage Bk. A, pg. 5
Washington County Clerk, Salem, IN.
!MARRIAGE: #2-Heiss, Willard, "Abstracts of the Records of the Society of
Friends in Indiana", V. 5, Pg. 104, Indiana Historical Society,
Indianapolis, 1974.
!MARRIAGE: #3-Ibid
!BIRTH: DeWaard, Helen White, "John White of VA & NC and Some of His
Descendants", Published by Gregath Publishing Co., Cullman, AL, 1989,
Pg. 51.
!MARRIAGE: Ibid
!MARRIAGE: Ridlen, Colleen Alice, "Washington County, Indiana Early Marriage
Records, 1815-1828", (Beech Grove, IN, 1983), Pg. 19, Salt Lake FHL
977.222/V22w. Original located in Marriage Bk. A, pg. 5,
Washington County Clerk, Salem, IN.
!DEATH: "John White of VA & NC & Some of his Descendants".
Father: Samuel LINDLEY b: 28 DEC 1773 in North Carolina
Mother: Mary BRAXTON b: 16 MAR 1775 in North carolina
Father: Samuel LINDLEY b: 28 DEC 1773 in North Carolina
Mother: Mary BRAXTON b: 15 MAR 1776 in ,Chatham, NC
Marriage 1 Edith\Elizabeth PYLE\PILES b: 12 JUL 1799
Married: 17 OCT 1816 in ,,Washington, IN 2
Children
Ruth LINDLEY b: 28 AUG 1817 in ,Washington, IN
Sarah B. LINDLEY b: 6 OCT 1819 in ,Washington, IN
Amanda LINDLEY b: 1 JUN 1822 in ,Washington, IN
Abigail LINDLEY b: 5 AUG 1823 in ,Washington, IN
Marriage 2 Mary Anna ARNOLD b: 7 APR 1797
Married: 9 AUG 1826 in Blue River MH, Washington, IN 2
Children
Samuel Stanford LINDLEY b: 8 MAR 1828 in ,Washington, IN
Joseph Adison LINDLEY b: 25 FEB 1830 in ,Washington, IN
Marriage 3 Abigail ALBERTSON b: 1 NOV 1798 in ,,NC
Married: 10 APR 1834 in Blue River MH, Washington Co, IN 2
Marriage 4 Sarah C. NOEL
Married: 28 FEB 1837 2
Children
Charles Thomas Theodore LINDLEY b: 1837
George Washington LINDLEY b: 1838
Mary Ann LINDLEY b: 29 APR 1840
Sources:
Title: Cole Loyd Ancestry file.FBK.FBK1.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: May 19, 2001
Title: Lindley Ftw.FTW
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Other
Text: Date of Import: May 20, 2001

[NI3347] History of Lawrence, Orange and Washington Counties, Indiana copyright 1884 Goodspeed Brothers and Company, Chicago Data Entry by Jerry Mounts
WILLIAM LINDLEY (deceased), was born March 28, 1797, in North Carolina, and was a son of Samuel and Mary (Braxtan) Lindley, who were also natives of the Old North State, from whence they emigrated to what is now Washington County, Ind., in 1811. He was raised a farmer, such being his occupation through life, and September 27, 1821, married Nancy, daughter of Joseph and Mary Moore. This lady, was born March 21, 1804, and died June 1, 1852, without issue. For his second wife, Mr. Lindley married Martha H. Hollowell, January 11, 1853, and the following, named children were the results of their union: Mary H.. born November 2, 1853. and now Mrs. Thomas Louden; Nancy M., April 22. 1856, died October 20.. 1865; Elnora T., July 8, 1859; William B., October 7. 1861, and married Miss Katie A. McCorkle, and Charles N., September 10, 1865. Mrs. Lindley is the daughter of Nathan and Mary (Trueblood) HoIloweII, who were among the early pioneers of this county, the former having been an old school teacher. William Lindley was a man of deep religious convictions; his life was a record of good deeds, and his friendship far extended to all. He died April 30, 1876, beloved by all who know him, a member of the Society of Friends.

[NI3418] David A. Morrow, the eight child of William Wallace Morrow and Margie Stanphill. For a number of years he was in the hardware business in Red Bay. He also has farming and ranching interests and was president of the Bear Creek Watershed Association which serves four counties in Alabama and one county in Mississippi. He and his brothers have been instrumental in following out their father's bequest to hold an annual gathering of Morrow relatives at the old William Wallace Morrow home place near Halltown. This gathering of some 400 or more Morrow relatives each year on the first Sunday of August has become perhaps the largest gathering of the Morrow Clan in America. Representatives attend from practically every stat in the union. A permanent meeting place has now been built with all facilities provided for 1,000 of more persons to attend. A standing invitation has been issued to "All Morrow and Related Families" to attend this annual gathering. Many traditions have been built around this hallowed gathering place and it is expected to be included in Alabama's list of Historic sites. Since the largest number of Morrows in America still reside in Northern Alabama and in surrounding states, this annual gathering has importance as a continuing source of maintaining family ties and old friendships.

[NI3431] Estelle had three children.

[NI3432] Albert and Rosella had six children but only is know here.

[NI3434] Walker H. Morrow was the ninth child of Wm. Wallace Morrow, born on 24 july, 1902 at Natchez, Miss. Four Children and four grandchildren. No Additional data.

[NI3435] Grover A. Morrow served as Superintendent of Education of Franklin County, Alabama, for over twenty years. He was retired from that position and looked after family business and farming interests for the rest of his life.

[NI3436] Name: Thomas Jefferson Hall
Sex: M
Birth: 1 OCT 1834
Note:
Federal Census, Marion County, Alabama, 1860
Pikeville District
27/27 Jas. M. Hall 51 M Miller 750/2500 NC - - -
Susan 48 F SC - - -
John A. 24 M Grocer AL - - -
Mary J. 19 F AL - - -
Wm. A. 16 M AL - - -
David M. 14 M AL - 1 -
Helinn M. 12 F AL - 1 -
Sarah B. 9 F AL - 1 -
Nebrasca 5 F AL - 1 -
Note:
Federal Census, Marion County, Alabama, 1870
Pikeville
501/501 Hall, Jas. M. 61 M W Farmer 300/300 AL
Hall, Susan M. 58 F W Keeping House AL
Hall, M. J. 27 F W AL
Hall, Helen M. 23 F W AL
Hall, Sarah B. 16 F W AL
Hall, Nebraca 13 F W AL
Note:
Federal Census, Marion County, Alabama, 1880
101/101 Hall, Thomas J. W M 45 - / - Farmer AL NC SC
----, Nancy H. W F 39 wife - / - Housekeeping GA GA GA
----, John A. W M 18 son / - - laboring on farm AL AL GA
----, James W M 16 son / - - laboring on farm AL AL GA
----, Mary W F 11 daughter / - - assist her mother AL AL GA
----, Martha S. W F 9 daughter / - - assist her mother AL AL GA
----, David R. W M 8 son / - - AL AL GA
----, Almira E. W F 7 daughter / - - AL AL GA
----, Abert S. W M 6 son / - - AL AL GA
----, Thomas J, Jr.
W M 4 son / - - AL AL GA
----, Omega E. W F 1 daughter / - - AL AL GA
Father: James M. Hall b: 26 MAR 1809
Mother: Susannah Mills Morrow b: 4 SEP 1812
Marriage 1 Nancy Catherine Hulsey b: ABT 1840
Children
John Alvin Hall b: ABT 1862
James Hall b: ABT 1864
Mary Hall b: ABT 1869
Martha S. Hall b: ABT 1871
David R. Hall b: ABT 1872
Almira E. Hall b: ABT 1873
Abert S. Hall b: ABT 1874
Thomas J. Hall
Omega E. Hall

[NI3450] Name: David Morris Hall
Sex: M
Birth: 1 MAY 1847 1 Quality: 3
Death: 26 OCT 1937 2 Quality: 3
Burial: Donham Cemetery, Marion County, Alabama
Note:
Birthdate of 1 May 1846 from tombstone in Donham Cemetery. Family Bible and
tradition say birthdate was 1 May 1847.
Note:
Federal Census, Marion County, Alabama, 1860
Pikeville District
27/27 Jas. M. Hall 51 M Miller 750/2500 NC - - -
Susan 48 F SC - - -
John A. 24 M Grocer AL - - -
Mary J. 19 F AL - - -
Wm. A. 16 M AL - - -
David M. 14 M AL - 1 -
Helinn M. 12 F AL - 1 -
Sarah B. 9 F AL - 1 -
Nebrasca 5 F AL - 1 -
Note:
Federal Census, Marion County, Alabama, 1870
Pikeville
502/502 Hall, D. M. 24 M W Farmer -/100 AL
Hall, Mary 20 F W Keeping House AL
Hall, John 1 M W AL
Note:
Federal Census, Marion County, Alabama, 1880
102/102 Hall, David M. W M 34 Farming AL NC SC
----, Mary F. W F 27 wife Housekeeping GA VA GA
----, Thomas J. W M 11 son labor on farm AL AL GA
----, Martha S. W F 8 daughter AL AL GA
----, William M. W M 6 son AL AL GA
----, Emer Jane W F 4 daughter AL AL GA
----, Loueller W F 9/12 daughter AL AL GA
Father: James M. Hall b: 26 MAR 1809
Mother: Susannah Mills Morrow b: 4 SEP 1812
Marriage 1 Mary Frances Cooley b: 12 JUL 1852 in GA
Children
John Thomas Hall b: 1869 in Marion County, AL
Martha S. Hall b: 1872 in Marion County, AL
William M. Hall b: 8 MAY 1874 in Marion County, AL
Emma Jane Hall b: 8 MAR 1877 in Marion County, AL
Loueller Hall b: 1879/80 in Marion County, AL
Ida Hall
Sarah Adeline Hall b: 21 DEC 1886 in Marion County, AL
Sources:
Research notes of Judy Dewberry, Rt 2, Box 933, Union Grove, AL 35175
Research notes of Sharon Tomback, 5 Troy Lane, Bedford, NY 10506
Tombstone says 1 May 1846; Bible and family tradition is 1 May 1847
Research notes of Judy Dewberry, Rt 2, Box 933, Union Grove, AL 35175
Research notes of Sharon Tomback, 5 Troy Lane, Bedford, NY 10506

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Name: Robert MORROW
Given Name: Robert
Surname: Morrow
Sex: M
Birth: Abt 1740 in Maryland
Death: Aug 1820 in Morgan Co.,Alabama
Event: Event 1 Unknown 24 Jul 1776 Enlisted in the Third S.C. Regiment
Change Date: 23 May 2002
Note:
Robert is buried in Old Morrow Family Cemetery, about six miles from
Somerville, Alabama.
Father: Samuel MORROW b: Abt 1724 in Maryland
Mother: Mary MCCLURE b: in ?
Marriage 1 Jane "Pretty Jenney" PEDEN b: 1740 in Ireland
Married: Abt 1774 in Chester Co.,South Carolina
Children
Samual MORROW b: 8 Nov 1775 in Greenville Co. South Crolina
William MORROW b: 5 Jun 1777
David MORROW b: 23 Mar 1780 in Greenville Co. South Carolina
Mary MORROW b: 23 Mar 1780
Janet MORROW b: Abt 1782
Thomas MORROW b: 29 Sep 1785 in Greenville Co.,South Carolina

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Name: William Laurens MORROW
Given Name: William Laurens
Surname: Morrow
Sex: M
Birth: 17 Oct 1802 in Greenville Co.,South Carolina
Death: 4 May 1879 in Somerville,Morgan Co.,Alabama
Change Date: 23 May 2002
Father: Samual MORROW b: 8 Nov 1775 in Greenville Co. South Crolina
Mother: Rosannah "Rosey" "Rosa" DARROUGH b: 1776 in Ireland
Marriage 1 Margaret Stewart STUART b: 10 Jan 1808 in Tennessee
Married: 7 Feb 1827 in Somerville,Morgan Co.,Alabama
Children
Samuel MORROW b: 19 Nov 1827 in Alabama
David Thomas MORROW b: 5 Oct 1830 in Alabama
William Alexander MORROW b: 15 Aug 1839 in Alabama

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Name: Nancy MORROW
Given Name: Nancy
Surname: Morrow
Sex: F
Birth: 10 Sep 1821 in ?
Death: 28 Dec 1872 in Morgan Co.,Alabama
Change Date: 23 May 2002
Note: Nancy Morrow was a third cousin to Thomas Morrow. Nancy was the dauhter of David and Margaret Story Morrow.
Marriage 1 Thomas MORROW b: 31 Jul 1805 in Greenville Co.,South Carolina
Married: 13 Apr 1837 in ?
Children
Alexander Baxter MORROW b: 23 Jan 1839
Martha Virginia MORROW b: 23 Jun 1841
Florida Jane MORROW b: 19 Dec 1843
Henry Scott MORROW b: 8 Mar 1847

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Name: Thomas MORROW
Given Name: Thomas
Surname: Morrow
Sex: M
Birth: 29 Sep 1785 in Greenville Co.,South Carolina
Death: 2 Mar 1877 in Anderson,Texas
Change Date: 23 May 2002
Father: Robert MORROW b: Abt 1740 in Maryland
Mother: Jane "Pretty Jenney" PEDEN b: 1740 in Ireland
Marriage 1 Rachel MILLIGAN b: Abt 1805 in Tennessee
Married: 5 Jan 1839 in Tennessee
Children
William J. MORROW b: Abt 1840 in Alabama
Alexander S. B. MORROW b: Abt 1842 in Alabama
Hannah E. MORROW b: Abt 1848 in Alabama
Marriage 2 Hannah RICHARDSON b: 1789 in South Carolina
Married: 20 Mar 1810 in South Carolina
Children
Robert Richardson MORROW b: 23 Jan 1816 in Greenville Co.,South Carolina
Sarah MORROW b: Abt 1812 in South Carolina
Margaret MORROW b: Abt 1817 in Alabama

[NI3517] Wow, Carlene ... I hope this isn't too late. I just saw info on John Lindley and Sarah Couch at the library today. As I said in a follow-up to another post, there is a book in our library of the Lindley family tree. The Lindleys are a prominent family in our city, Greensboro, NC. Paul C. Lindley was the mayor during The Depression.
John Van Lindley (1835-1918) I think was born after the John Lindley who was married to Sarah Couch but I can't really remember, has his name all over this town (J. Van Lindley Park, the Lindley Park Neighborhood and John Van Lindley Elementary School).
The names John, Jacob and Thomas are repeating names in the Lindley family history which makes it kind of difficult to research but I would be glad to track some of it down for you if you'd like.
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[NI3580] Hiram Lindley
(9/2/1813 – 7/1841)
Know all men by these that I Hiram Lindley of the county of Parke and
State of Indiana, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life, and
being of sound mind and perfect memory do make and publish this my
last will testament in manner and from following, that is today, I
give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Sarah Lindley the East half of
the Forth East quarter of section two in township seventeen North of
Range Eight west, and also forty acres off the West half of the Forth
East quarter of section two township seventeen south of Range Eight
west said forty acres to be laid off the whole length of said quarter
section adjoining the first mentioned East half of the Forth East
quarter the aforesaid land, I give said Sarah Lindley to have full
possession thereof during her natural life; and at her death said land
shall be the property of our son George Lindley provided he shall
outlive his mother, I like provide give and bequeath unto her my mare
called snipe, one side saddle, one bridle, one bureau, one table, one
cow & calf (her choice of cows,) four sheep one bed and bedding, one
Clock and all of my dresser furniture cooking utensils and books, six
chairs, one Smoothing Iron, one big wheel, one little wheel and one
third of what my estate is worth after all the debts are paid and the
estate settled. I give and bequeath unto my son George Lindley the
East half of the South west quarter of section two in township
seventeen North of Range Eight west, and the west fourth of the South
East quarter of the foresaid section township and range, the said
fourth to be laid off the whole length of the south East quarter. And
the balance of my estate that is not otherwise disposed of.
I give and bequeath unto my father Jonathan Lindley so much of the
West-half of the South West quarter of section seven in township
seventeen North of Range seven west as shall his on the west side of a
branch running through said land in a southerly direction on condition
said Jonathan Lindley shall pay two dollars per acre for said land,
unto my Executor in one year after my decease, but if it is not
convenient for him to pay said money in one year, then it shall be
payable in two years after my decease by said Jonathan Lindley
payining interest on it at the rate of six per cent – per annum for
the last year. I give and bequeath unto George Towel so much of the
West half of the South west quarter of section seven in township
seventeen north of range seven west as shall be on the East side of a
branch running through said land in a southerly direction, on
condition that said George Towel shall pay two per acre for said land,
unto my executor in one year after my decease, but if it should not be
convenient for him to pay said money in one year, then it shall be
payable in two years after my decease, by said George Towel paying
interest-at-the rate of six per cent per annum for the last year. The
balance of my property not heretofore named is to be sold. And lastly
my will and desire is that George Maris my father in-law, and my
brother George Lindley be the executor of this my last will and
testament. I hereby revoking all former wills by me made. In wittiness
whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this twenty seventh day
of fifth month in the year of our /load one thousand eight hundred and
forty one.
Hiram Lindley (seal)
Signed, sealed, published and declared by the above named Hiram
Lindley to be his last will and testament in the presence of at who
have hereunto subscribe our names as witnesses in the presence of the
testator.
Test: Lot Lindley
Thomas Lindley
Notes on names within will:
1. Hiram Lindley (9/2/1813 - July 1841)
2. Sarah Maris Lindley (10/10/1820 - ?) – wife of Hiram
3. Jonathan Lindley (2/7/1770 - 1852) – father of Hiram Lindley
4. George Towel (1/7/1807 - 8/14/1902) – Hiram?s brother-in-law
married to his sister Mary Lindley (5/2/1816 – 4/10/1887)
5. George Maris (1799 - 11/25/1885) – father-in-law
6. George Lindley (7/8/1798 – 5/17/1876) – oldest brother
7. Lot Lindley (9/7/1805 – 12/2/1872) – brother
8. Thomas Lindley (3/26/1801 – 5/7/1880) - Cousin
Death: JUL 1841 in , Parke Co., Indiana
Father: Jonathan LINDLEY b: 7 FEB 1770 in , Orange Co., North Carolina
Mother: Susannah MARIS b: 12 OCT 1772
Marriage 1 Sarah MARIS b: 10 OCT 1820
Married: 29 DEC 1836 in , Parke Co., Indiana
Children
George LINDLEY b: ABT 1840

[NI3847] Obit: Janie Lindley George
Posted by: Wayne Loden (ID *****5238) Date: January 06, 2003 at 07:16:33
of 14669
Abstracted for research purposes
Mrs. Janie George, 87, died Jan. 24, 1981 at her home. She was a member of New Union Baptist Church and she was a native of Alabama.
Services were at the New Union Baptist Church with burial in the Halltown Cemetery.
Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Susie James of Tuscumbia, Ala., Mrs. Lucille McCalpin, Mrs. Josephine Shuebart and Mrs. Flossie George, all of Red Bay; a son, Elfred George of Tremont; two sisters, Mrs. Vassie Humphries and Mrs. Evie Boyd, both of Red Bay; two brothers, Sherman Lindley of Red Bay and Auther Lindley of Florence.; 26 grandchildren and 53 great grandchildren.

[NI3885] William drowned while in the Civil War in the Alabama River while in Captain T. J. Golsby's Mounted Infantry, Alabama.

[NI3888] Harvey went to Louisanna when he was a young man.

[NI3945] She was a widow on the 1870 Tallapoosa Co, AL Census

[NI3947] 1880 she was in barbour Co, Alabama and uin 1891 was in Dallas, TX.

[NI3988] --Invalid Dates

Death: 00 JAN. 1941

[NI4087] ID: I00144
Name: Mary Lindley
Sex: F
Birth: 21 OCT 1800 in Randolph County, North Carolina
Death: 21 JAN 1881 in Orange County, Indiana
Burial: Miller Cemetery, Orange County, Indiana
Father: Zacharias Lindley b: 26 JUL 1776 in Orange County, North Carolina
Mother: Ann Braxton b: 28 APR 1779 in Orange County, North Carolina
Marriage 1 William D. Lynch b: ABT 1800 in North Carolina
Married: 3 OCT 1822 in Orange County, Indiana
Children
Thomas Lynch b: ABT 1826 in Orange County, Indiana
John Lynch b: ABT 1828
Mary Ann Lynch b: ABT 1830
Zachariah Lynch b: ABT 1831
Hannah Lynch b: 2 MAY 1834 in Orange County, Indiana
Wilkins Lynch b: ABT 1836
William Lynch b: ABT 1838
Theodore Lynch b: ABT 1841

[NI4104] They have two children living in Red Bay, Ala.

[NI4120] John was a saddle maker for the C.S.A. Cavalry.

[NI4491] Eliza Jane and Jerry had ten children
Jerry had two by a previous Marriage.

[NI4538] In 1901 Tom and his family left Alabama with their belongings in an ox drawn wagon and moved to Merkel, Texas.
In 1903 another move was made by the family to Wynnewood, Oklahoma.
They spent the rest of their lives there and are buried there.

[NI4555] "John and Delia first made their home in the Cedar Creek Community in 1901, they bought a farm on Little Bear Creek in the Shiloh Community. John was a Farmer and also operated a blacksmith shop. They were members of the Baptist Church. Their children attended school at Shaioh. Some of their descendants still live in Franklin County". From The Heritage of Franklin, Co., Ala.

[NI4568] Shepard Strickland was on the list of "Confederate Veterans Residing in Franklin County, Alabama in 1907". According to "The Heritage of Franklin, County".
"He enlisted in the C.S.A. hon 20 Sept. 1862 at Baldwin, MS. He was discharged on Jan 1863. He reenlisted Sept. 1864 at Selma, Ala. and fought until the close of the War". Submitted by Betty J. Shewbart of Russelville for "The Heritage of Franklin Co., Ala.".

[NI4647] --Invalid Dates

Death: LIVING

[NI4689] Jennings Burton was President of Mississippi Southern College

[NI4702] Enlo Married His first Cousin Mary George

[NI4753] Abram was a Pvt. in Co. 'A' of the 10th Cavalry C.S.A.

[NI4788] --Invalid Dates

Birth: FEB. 00, 1887

[NI4824] Her Last name is listed as Wylie and Wallace Both.

[NI5009] Submitted by Christie Couch Genola, Fishers Crossing Road, Duck Hill MS

[NI5076] --Invalid Dates

Death: NOV 00, 1998

[NI5090] First record wife was Listed Esley(Born Jan.1838 later info from Wanda Powers Stratmann indicates he was married to Nancy A. (1842-1969)

[NI5091] --Invalid Dates

Birth: JUL. 00, 1881

[NI5092] --Invalid Dates

Birth: JAN. 00, 1883

[NI5093] --Invalid Dates

Birth: FEB. 00, 1885

[NI5094] --Invalid Dates

Birth: JUL. 00, 1891

[NI5095] --Invalid Dates

Birth: FEB. 00, 1893

[NI5096] --Invalid Dates

Birth: JUL. 00, 1896

[NI5144] --Invalid Dates

[NI5165] --Invalid Dates

Death: DEC. 00, 1989

[NI5333] John William Morrow, born December 8, 1884 in Franklin County, Alabama, he died January 17, 1958 at Russellville, Alabama. He was the oldest child of Sir William Wallace Morrow and Margie Stanphill. In 1903 he married Sara Jane Boyd, Daughter of David H. Boyd, She died April 12, 1960 and is buried at Halltown Cemetery, Halltown, Alabama.
As the oldest son of John William Morrow had to accompany his father on many business trips because his father had a hearing problem.
Although John William lived within three miles of his home place, he did, with his father, homestead property in New Mexico. He spent some time each year on the homestead, making improvements, but never actually moved his family to New Mexico. In 1924 he purchased a farm near Moscow, Tenn. and moved his family there in the fall of that year. They only lived there for a few months and early in 1925 returned to Alabama, where he remained for the rest of his life. He was a farmer and cattleman and at his death owned more than 750 acres of land in Franklin County, Alabama.

[NI5334] In the Notes regarding Robert Morrow it states that he and Sarah Belle had 12 children but only 2 are listed here. JL

[NI5336] Maggiemarried her first cousin Alexander Vinson Morrow. For Family records see section on Alexander Venson Morrow

[NI5337] Christia Almeda Vinson married a Vinson and had 6 children. No Info available.

[NI5341] Claud V. Morrow owned and operated the Russellville Ice Company and the Morrow Milling Company, Russellville, Alabama.

[NI5342] In 1978 Mrs. Claud V. Morrow, resided in Russellville, Alabama.

[NI5350] Evia B. Morrow bacame a Registered Nurse. In Corinth, Mississippi, she had one son and two daughters. For a number of years she lived in Washington D.C. where she died.

[NI5356] Effie Maye was a Registered Nurse. She was unmarried.

[NI5357] Sam Houston Morrow was an employee of TVA for over 37 years and has been honored by three Alabama Governors: George Wallace, Lurleen Wallace, and Albert Brewer. He served in the U. S. Navy during World War II. A Deacon in the New Union Baptist Church and a member of the Masonic Lodge, AF and AM and is a Royal Arch Mason. "Sam Houston Morrow is and honorable man" is a typical opinion of his fellow townspeople in Red Bay, Alabama.

[NI5378] After Graduating from Red Bay High School, William P. served in World War II for four years and five months. He then entered the U. S. Civil Service in Montgomery, Ala. At the time of his retirement in 1976 his combined service with the government was 35 years, and he was the Chief, Transportation Management Division, at the Geo. C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala. He had Previously served as Deputy Chief,Transportation Officer, U. S. Army Missile Command and the Army Ballistic Missile Agency, Huntsville, Ala. Since 1976 he has been part time consultant and sales representative for the Tri-State Motor Transit Co., Joplin, Missouri.

[NI5392] David H. Morrow and Jewell Bohannon had two sons and two daughters,
lives in Red Bay, Alabama.

[NI5565] Margaret Story Morrow was his third cousin

[NI5566] He marrid his third cousin.


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