HENRY CO, IA

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Source:   IAHENRY-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  ........how nice !!!!!!!!!!  Re: Henry County-1888 "Album"
 

In a message dated 07/02/2002 7:39:29 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
PWhite6024@aol.com writes:
 

> Hello All:
>
> I live in California, but am originally from Mt. Pleasant.  I purchased on
> ebay "Portrait and Biographical ALBUM of Henry County, Iowa"; Acme
> Publishing
> Company, 1888.  It is a wonderful book, but unfortunately none of my
> relatives are listed.
>
> The book has an index.  I'd be happy to check the index to see if your
> ancestors are listed.  If I find a match I can copy the bio and mail it.
> You
> can reimburse me the postage.  Anyone interested?
>
> Pat Ryan White in Camarillo, CA

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1856 HENRY CO., IOWA

490 29 188 223 J. Sellers 22 M 0 Ohio Carpenter X X , Mt Pleasant
Wm Maden [William Maiden] Birth: abt 1808 - Virginia Residence: 1856 - Henry, Iowa
Wm Maden 48 Margret Maden 48va, Simeon Maden 24VA, Elizabeth Maden 22VA, Rebecka A Maden 19OH,Henry Maden 16 Wm Maden 14 John Maden 12OH, Jacob Maden 10IL, James Maden 6 IA, Zachriah Maden 8 IL

1860 FEDERAL CENSUS, MOUNT PLEASANT, HENRY CO, IOWA
Wm Maiden Birth: abt 1811 - Virginia Residence: 1860 - Scott, Henry, Iowa, United States =
Caroline Maiden 27 Elzabeth Maiden 25 Rebca Maiden 23 Henry Maiden 21 Wm Maiden 17 Jno Maiden 16 Jacob Maiden 13 Zach Maiden 11 Jms Maiden 9 Simeon Maiden 29 Margt Maiden 49 Wm Maiden 49

1870 HENRY CO., IOWA
William Maiden Scott, Henry, Iowa abt 1808 Virginia White Male
Margaret Maiden Scott, Henry, Iowa abt 1809 Virginia White Female
William F Maiden Scott, Henry, Iowa abt 1843 Ohio White Male
John Maiden Scott, Henry, Iowa abt 1846 Ohio White Male
James Maiden Scott, Henry, Iowa abt 1850 Indiana White Male
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Henry Maiden Scott, Henry, Iowa abt 1839 Ohio White Male
Margaret Maiden Scott, Henry, Iowa abt 1852 Iowa White Female

Henry County, IA 1870 Mortality Census

4 2 34 835 Sellers Enos B 26 m w m Illinois . . Feby Farmer Consumption Center Twp Iowa Hospital for the Insane

1880
William Maden
[William Maiden
Birth:  abt 1809 - Virginia
Residence:  1885 - Henry, Iowa

1894 marriage = July 21 Eran S. Sellers 41 Florence Dawson 25

1900

Name: Simions Maiden Birth: Sep 1830 - Ohio Residence: Richland, Butler, Kansas Residence: Pleasant & Richland Townships, Butler, Kansas , BROTHER =

Name Age Jacob B Maiden 47 Mary J Maiden 30 Oscar J Smith 12 Jessie L Smith 9 Hazel Maiden 5 Clive A Maiden 3 Simions Maiden 69

1910

1911 - 12 DIRECTORY
Sellers, E. S., merchant.

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Frank DeLashmutt 1865 - 1922

DELASHMUTT, SELLERS, MADSEN, YOTTER

Posted By: A. M. W. (email)
Date: 7/3/2004 at 19:46:32

June 22, 1922 – Salem Weekly News

Frank Cecil DeLashmutt, son of William Henry DeLashmutt and Sarah Sellers DeLashmutt was born at Burlington, Des Moines County, January 24, 1865 and died at his home in La Plata Missouri June 12, 1922.

At seven years of age he moved with his parents to a farm near Salem where his boyhood days were spent and where he later attended Elliot Business College at Burlington, graduating with the highest honors or his class and the winner of several scholastic prizes. After completing his schooling he accept a clerical position in the ticket office of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad at Fort Madison.

On June 20, 1889, he was married to Ann Masden, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Algern Madsen of Salem, a former classmate of his at Whittier Academy, where the friendship was formed which was later to grow into undying devotion for each other. To this union were born Anna Cecil who died in infancy, Harry, and Walter.

Mr. DeLashmutt and family moved to La Plata in 1903 to make their home. Here he was agent for the Santa Fe holding that position continuously until 1918 when he resigned because of ill health after having spent 31 years of faithful service with the railroad.

During the last five years of his life, which were years of declining health, he was lovingly and tenderly cared for an made happy by his family and many friends.

Mr. DeLashmutt was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church for 21 years, and during this time he continuously held some official position in the church. He was also a member of the A.F. & A.M. No. 237 of La Plata.

Mr. DeLashmutt was a manly man in all the relationships of his life. The Christian precepts taught him by his mother and the influence of her Christian womanhood in the impressionable period of his life were not forgotten by him and perhaps were largely responsible for his honorable and upright life that he lived. His epitaph is indelibly written on the memory of every friend and the honorable life that he lived so well known in the community where he resided that eulogistic comment is not necessary.

He is survived by his wife and two sons—Harry of Des Moines and Walter, now principal of the High School at La Plata, Missouri, and by two brothers and two sisters—P. J. DeLashmutt, Denver, Colorado, C.I. DeLashmutt of Salem, Nellie of New York City, and Mrs. J.O. Yotter of Thief River Falls, Minnesota. The mother having died January 7, 1890 and the father, September 26, 1915.

Funeral services were at the home of his brother, C. I. DeLashmutt at 11 o’clock Thursday June 15, conducted by Rev. C. Vincent and the body laid to rest in the Salem Cemetery, south.

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  I'm attempting to learn more information about Margaret (Sellers) Maiden, wife
of William B. Maiden.  According to "The History of Henry County, Iowa",
Margaret (Sellers) Maiden was born about 1808 in Rockingham County, Virginia,
and died on November 15, 1871, in Henry County, IA.  Her gravestone is indeed
located in the Winfield-Scott Township Cemetery in Winfield, Henry County, IA.

Margaret's maiden name has always been attributed as being Sellers, however, the
names of her parents or even her siblings, if any, have never been uncovered. 
I'm wondering if there is a remote chance of an obituary or some other form of a
record, perhaps a death record, for Margaret upon her death on Nov. 15, 1871. 
I'm really grasping at straws to find a record of any type that might lend clues
about her parents, siblings, etc.  I'd sincerely appreciate any help and/or
clues that can be given in order to find more information about Margaret
(Sellers) Maiden.

Thanks!

Michael Sellers 

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CK 1925 CENSUS

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Michael Sellers [zeller.sellers@yahoo.coGood thinking about the 1925 census.  Unfortunately, that won't be an option. 
Margaret and William had 10 children, 7 boys & 3 girls.  Of the 7 boys, 6 of
them removed to Butler County, Kansas, in 1878 and never returned to Iowa.  The
1 that remained in Iowa (James M. Maiden), died on October 18, 1896. All three of the girls married and remained in Iowa, however, none made it to
1925.  Caroline (Maiden) Potter died in 1919 while Elizabeth (Maiden) Shultz
and Rebecca (Maiden) Adamson both died in 1922.

I like your thinking, though.  Was a good idea! :-)

Michael

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William B Maiden
Birth:  8 Feb 1808 - Rockingham, Virginia, USA
Death:  1897 - Winfield, Henry, Iowa, USA
Parents:  James Maiden, Polly Davis
Spouse:  Margret Jane Sellars

William B MaidenBirth 8 Feb 1808 in , Rockingham, Virginia, USA Death 1897 in Winfield, Henry, Iowa, USA

Margret Jane SellarsBirth 1808 in , , Virginia, USA Death 15 Nov 1870 in Winfield, Henry, Iowa, USA

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DAUGHTER CAROLINE =

The Harper Advocate
Harper County
Friday
June 5, 1919

Caroline M. MAIDEN, born Rockingham County, W. Virginia, February 26, 1832. Died in Dewey Co., Okla., June 2nd, 1919. She was married to Charles POTTER on January 13th, 1865 in Henry County, Iowa. She with her husband moved to Harper County in the days of the early settlers and lived on what is known as the Joe PINSON farm in the Star Center neighborhood. Seven children were born to this uniion, six of whom survive her. They are O.A. Potter of Stillwater, Okla., W.H. Potter of Harper, Kans., Chas E., V.G. and C.E. Potter of Springfield, Oregon. She with her husband and children resided in Harper County for nearly twenty years, and from here moved to Dewey Co., Okla. The funeral services was held from the M.E. church with Rev. Von Schriltz officiating. She had long been a member of the Methodist church. She was laid to rest beside her husband who was a physician and had been dead about twenty-nine years.