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Anna S. Burkhead

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Anna S. Burkhead

Posted: 21 May 2004 12:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Nov 2004 1:42PM GMT
Surnames: Burkhead,
Natalie

This is what I have on Anna S. Burkhead.
Date of birth 20 April 1801
Date of death 21 July 1896
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 6 September 1998.
As per internet data on 19 January 1999.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 24 July 1999.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 6 August 1999.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 12 August 1999.
1830 and 1840 Harrison County, Ohio. 1850, 1860 and 1870 census Pike County, Illinois.
As per letter Larry Birkhead dated 22 December 1999. Ped 17879 Edward M. Burkhead is a descendant.
As per letter Larry Birkhead dated 27 January 2000 and E-mail Barbara Young dated 25 January 2000 and 27 January 2000.
As per E-mail Larry Birkhead on 4 February 2000.
As per Gen Forum dated 17 March 2000 posted by Larry Birkhead.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 26 March 2001.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 10 September 2001.
They had eight children.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 10 September 2001.
Yes, I do. These were surely half-sisters. Remember these two girls were listed in the 1830 & 1840 census with Abraham and Anna, but they were both too old to be the daughters from that marriage. They were born in 1821 and 1823. Abraham & Anna were married in 1826. It is my feeling that Abraham
married Anna who was a Burkhead widow and the children are hers. Of course they could have been Abraham's by a previous marriage. In the 1910 census Rhoda was listed as having been born in PA, but I think somebody who didn't know guessed because in all the others she was listed as having been born in OH. Of course Eliza would not have differentiated between sister and half-sister. It is still a great mystery as to who Rhoda and Elizabeth belonged to, but they obviously were with Abraham and Anna. I am still looking for a death date and place for Rhoda. That could tell a lot.
Barbara
Ped 2738, Abraham Burkhead and ped 2741, Anna Burkhead could be the father or mother of ped 2936, Rhoda O. Burkhead and ped 383, Elizabeth Burkhead.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 16 January 2003.
Ped 16129, John Wesley Burkhead was their youngest son.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 13 February 2003.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 14 February 2003.
They was married in Harrison County, Ohio and then moved to Pike County, Illinois.
She died at the age of 94 years in Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas.
She is buried at Cottonwood Falls Cemetery located in Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas.
Cause of death was old age.
Date of birth about 1801.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 16 February 2003.
1850 census, Pike County, Illinois.
Ped 2937, Nancy Burkhead was listed as their fourth child.
The Kirtright family was living next door to them in the 1850 census, Pike County, Illinois.
As per E-mail Barbara Young on 18 February 2003 and article from The Chase County Leader, dated 25 July 1895, Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas.
Over 94 Years Old
Died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Tom Raymer (this is Eliza) this city 21 July 1895. Mrs. Annie S. Burkhead, aged 94 years, 8 months and 1 day old.
Anne S. Burkhead was born in Maryland, April 20, 1801, moved to Ohio in 1815, was married in April 1820, to Abraham S. Burkhead, to whom eleven children were born, 5 of whom still survive, viz. Nelson, Abraham, Rhoda, Elizabeth and Eliza.
(The marriage record states they were married in 1826, Rhoda was born in 1821 and Elizabeth in 1823. we don't know the name of the 11th one)
The deceased joined the ME church at the age of 18 and remained a faithful member until death. Her husband died in 1886.
The family desire us to return their thanks to the friends and neighbors for their untiring assistance and kindness during the long illness of the deceased.
As per data from Barbara Young on 7 March 2003 and Family Group Sheet, no date.
Article from The Chase County Leader, dated 26 April 1894, Cottonwood Falls, Chase County, Kansas.
Mrs. Annie S. Burkhead, mother of ped 2940, Mrs. Tom Raymer, is dead.
The old lady was 93 years old last Friday.
As per data from Death Notice or Obituary Index from Chase County, Kansas from 1863 to 1999, on 11 March 2003.
They had date of death as 25 July 1895.
As per letter Marian Cox Fearing dated 4 June 2003 and A Historical Collections of Harrison County, Ohio Early Marriages, page 246.
Date of marriage was liasted as 31 November 1826 in Harrison County, Ohio.
Married by Samuel Hitchcock, Justice of the Peace.

Have a great day.

Clifton
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
CRBurkhead_1 21 May 2004 6:37PM GMT 
NatalieArmist... 22 May 2004 10:22PM GMT 
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