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Frederick Waymire and Mary Waymire

Frederick Waymire and Mary Waymire

Posted: 8 May 2004 3:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Waymire, Odle, Draper, Thomas
Please add to this if anyone can?

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FREDERICK WAYMIRE
Son of John Waymire and Huldah Boswell
MARY WAYMIRE
Daughter of Valentine Waymire and Elizabeth Hoover
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Frederick Waymire
Married: June 05, 1817 in Montgomery County, Ohio
Spouse: Mary Waymire
Source: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film #s 1030834-1030835.
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NOTE: Frederick Waymire was the son of John Waymire and Hulda Boswell.
NOTE: Mary Waymire was the daughter of Valentine Waymire and Elizabeth Hoover.
Frederick and Mary was cousins.
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Frederick Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1820 Ohio
Living in Montgomery County, Ohio
Series: M33 Microfilm: 94 Page: 105
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Frederick Waymire
1 - - - - Male - - - Under 10 years
1 - - - - Male - - - 16 to 26 years
1 - - - -Female - -16 to 26 years
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Early Mills
Past and Present of Fountain and Warren Counties Indiana
Author Thomas A. Clifton
Page - 215
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A mill was counted a blessing to the new comers of Warren and adjoining counties four score years ago. It was fortunate in having numerous never failing streams, on whose grassy banks were erected mills in which the corn and wheat of the pioneer band could be converted into breadstuffs. Prior to 1828, however, the settler was obliged to load up his grain and drive to Fountain county. Henry Stump started his saw-mill in 1828, and Isaac Rains one a little later. The former was on Big Pine creek and the latter at Rainsville, where a small corn cracker was attached to the saw-mill. Francis Boggs commenced sawing lumber near Williamsport, on Big Pine creek, as did Peter Christman on the same stream. Other early mills of the county were erected by William Fincher, Isaac Waymire, William Boggs, Jonathan Cox, Levi Douthert and Frederick Waymire, all building along the Kickapoo creek. Isaac Waymire started a good flouring-mill as early as 1833. S. and O. Munson built a saw- and grist-mill on Little Pine creek as early as 1831, and Christopher Henry had one constructed for sawing lumber and a Mr. Burchren erected a grist-mill. Henry Stewart and John Talbert were each early saw-mill men on the last named stream. Stewart also conducted a small carding-mill, as did also Brier on Big Pine creek. These mills and factories did an extensive business and were much appreciated by the settlers..
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Frederick Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1830 Indiana
Living in Warren County, Indiana
Series: M19 Microfilm: 32 Page:
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Frederick Waymire
1 - - - - - - - Male - - - - - - - - -Under 5 years - - - - - - -1825 to 1830
1 - - - - - - - Male - - - - - - - - - 5 to 10 years - - - - - - - 1820 to 1825
2 - - - - - - - Males - - - - - - - 10 to 15 years - - - - - - - 1815 to 1820
1 - - - - - - - Male - - - - - - - - 30 to 40 years - - - - - - - 1790 to 1800
1 - - - - - - - Female - - - - - - Under 5 years - - - - - - - 1825 to 1830
1 - - - - - - - Female - - - - - - 30 to 40 years - - - - - - - 1790 to 1800
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Frederick Waymire Found in:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1840 Indiana
Living in Warren County, Indiana
Series: M704 Microfilm: 97 Page: 94
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Frederick Waymire
1 - - - - - Male - - - - - - - - - - under 5 - - years - - 1835 - 1840
1 - - - - - Male - - - - - - - - - - 10 to 15 - - years - - 1825 - 1830
2 - - - - - Males - - - - - - - - - 15 to 20 - - years - - 1820 - 1825
1 - - - - - Male - - - - - - - - - - 20 to 30 - - years - - 1810 - 1820
1 - - - - - Male - - - - - - - - - - 40 to 50 - - years - - 1790 - 1800
1 - - - - - Female - - - - - - - - under 5 - - years - - 1835 - 1840
2 - - - - - Females - - - - - - - - 5 to 10 - - years - - 1830 - 1835
1 - - - - - Female - - - - - - - - 10 to 15 - - years - - 1825 - 1830
1 - - - - - Female - - - - - - - - 40 to 50 - - years - - 1790 - 1800
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Frederick Waymire
- - Married: October 15, 1843 in Warren County, Indiana
- - Spouse: Aseneth Thomas (Mrs) - - { widow of Samuel }
- - Source: Warren County, Indiana Marriage Records
- - Note: Aseneth Odle daughter of Richard Odle and Elizabeth Dawson
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NOTE: This is confusing but Aseneth Odle Thomas remarried after the death of her husband Samuel Thomas to Frederick Waymire also a widower on October 15, 1843 according to the 1850 census Aseneth is back using the surname Thomas. There must be a divorce here as Frederick Waymire married again on Feb. 9, 1848 in Fountain County, Indiana to Mrs Nancy Draper. On the 1860 census Aseneth is again using the surname Waymire with widow beside her name. In 1860 Frederick Waymire is still living, but her husband Samuel Thomas who died in 1843 did leave her a widow. By 1870 Aseneth is again using surname Thomas.
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Aseneth Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1860 Indiana
Living in Pine Village, John Q. Adams Township, Warren Co. Indiana
On July 25th, 1860
Series: M653 Microfilm: 305 Page: 554
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John Thomas - - - - - - 30 yrs. - - -Farmer - - - -300 - - - IN
Eliza A. - - - - - - - - - - -25 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DE
Mary A. - - - - - - - - - - -04 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
Eliza J. - - - - - - - - - - -01 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
Aseneth Waymire - - -60 yrs. - Widow - - - - - - - - - - - -OH
James Thomas - - - - -34 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -OH
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Frederick Waymire
- - Married: February 09, 1848 in Fountain County, Indiana
- -Spouse: Mrs. Nancy Draper
- -Source: Fountain County, Indiana Marriage Records
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Frederick Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1850 Indiana
Living in Warren Township, Warren County, Indiana
On September 30, 1850
Series: M432 Microfilm: 178 Page: 80B
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Frederick Waymire - - - 50 yrs. - - Farmer - - 200 - -NC
Nancy - - - - - - - - - - - - - -49 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -DE
Daniel - - - - - - - - - - - - - -16 yrs. - - Farmer - - - - - - - IN
Rachel - - - - - - - - - - - - - 14 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -IN
Sarah - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 11 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -IN
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Frederick Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1860 Indiana
Living in Independence, Warren County, Indiana
Series: M653 Microfilm: 305 Page: 529
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Frederick Waymire - - - 63 yrs. - - Farmer - - 4000 - - 300 - - NC
Nancy - - - - - - - - - - - - - 61 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -DE
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Frederick Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1870 Indiana
Living in Independence, Warren County, Indiana
Series: M593 Microfilm: 368 Page: 395B
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Fred Waymire - - - - - 73 yrs. - - Farmer - - - 4000 - - 2000 - - - NC
Nancy - - - - - - - - - - - -69 yrs. - - Keeping House - - - - - - - - - - - DE
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WARREN REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER
WAYMIRE FREDRICK 1873 PG 3 COL 3 NOTICE, (WIFE DIED ABOUT 10 DAYS BEFORE HIM)
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Independence Cemetery-West Section
Warren County, Indiana Cemetery Inscriptions Volume 1
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Waymire, Frederick
- - Died: January 18, 1873
- - Age: 75 yrs. - 11 mos. - 1 day
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Waymire, Mary
- - Wife of Frederick
- - Died: February 17, 1843
- - Age: 42 yrs. - 3 mos. - 17 days
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Waymire, Nancy
- - Wife of Frederick
- - Died: January 7, 1873
- - Age: 73 yrs. - 10 mos. - 27 days
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David Waymire and Elizabeth Ritenour

Posted: 8 May 2004 3:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Waymire, Ritenour, Odle
Please add to this I am still looking for where David and Elizabeth Ritenour Waymire were buried. Elizabeth died after 1880 on the census she is listed as having consumption?

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DAVID WAYMIRE
Son of Frederick Waymire and Mary Waymire
ELIZABETH RITENOUR
Daughter of Frederick Ritenour and Hannah Odle
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David Waymire
- - Married: August 25, 1841 in Warren County, Indiana
- - Spouse: Elizabeth Ritenour
- - Source: Warren County Indiana Marriage Records
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David Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1850 Indiana
Living in Independence, Warren County, Indiana
On October 1st, 1850
Series: M432 Microfilm: 178 Page: 84
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David Waymire - - - - - 30 yrs. - - - - Farmer - - 500 - - OH
Elizabeth - - - - - - - - - - 22 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -OH
Fredrick - - - - - - - - - - - -07 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
Hester A. - - - - - - - - - - -05 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
Mary - - - - - - - - - - - - - -03 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
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David Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1860 Indiana
Living in Independence, Warren County, Indiana
On July 7th, 1860
Series: M653 Microfilm: 305 Page: 520
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David Waymire - - - 41 yrs. - - - Farmer - - - 300 - - OH
Elizabeth - - - - - - - - 34 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -OH
Frederick - - - - - - - - 14 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
Hester A. - - - - - - - - 13 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
Mary - - - - - - - - - - - -10 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -IN
Malinda J. - - - - - - - -05 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -IN
Isaac - - - - - - - - - - - -03 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -IN
Henry - - - - - - - - - - - 02 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -IN
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David Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1870 Indiana
Living in Jordan Township, Jasper County, Indiana
On June 11th, 1870
Series: M593 Microfilm: 326 Page: 538B
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David Waymire - - - - 51 yrs. - - - Farmer - - - 800 - - 400 - - OH
Elizabeth - - - - - - - - - 44 yrs. - - - Keeping House - - - - - - - -OH
Malinda J. - - - - - - - - -16 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
Isaac - - - - - - - - - - - - -14 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
Henry - - - - - - - - - - - - 11 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
Sarah - - - - - - - - - - - - 08 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - IN
David - - - - - - - - - - - - 05 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN
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Elizabeth Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1880 Indiana
Living in Jordan Township, Jasper County, Indiana
On June 23, 1880
Series: T9 Microfilm: 286 Page 325A
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Elizabeth Waymire - - - Head - - - - 55 yrs. - Wd - Keeping House - - OH - VA - MD - - -Consumption
Isaac - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Son - - - - - -24 yrs. - S - - Farmer - - - - - - - - - - IN - VA - OH
Sarah - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Dau - - - - - 17 yrs. - S - - At Home - - - - - - - - - IN - VA - OH
David - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Son - - - - - 13 yrs. - S - - Farm Labor - - - - - - -IN - VA - OH
Anna J. Febus - - - -Adopted Dau - - 11 yrs. - S - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - IN - IN - IN
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David Waymire
- - Born: - - March 20, 1819
- - Place: - - Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio
- - Died: - - March 11, 1880
- - Place: - - Jasper County, Indiana
- - Married: - - August 25, 1841 in Warren County, Indiana
- - Spouse: - - Elizabeth Ritenour daughter of Frederick Ritenour and Hannah Odle
- - - - Born: - - December 1, 1826
- - - - Place: - - Ohio
- - - - Died:
- - - - Place:
Children of David and Elizabeth Ritenour Waymire
1. Frederick Waymire - - - - - - - - - - - July 22, 1843
2. Hester Ann Waymire - - - - -November 13, 1845
3. Mary Waymire - - - - - - - - - - - - -March 23, 1848
4. Andrew Waymire - - - - - - - - - - - - -May 19, 1851
5. Malinda Jane Waymire - - - December 02, 1853
6. Isaac "Ike" Albert Waymire - February 24, 1855
7. Henry Waymire - - - - - - - - - - - - - -June 26, 1858
8. John Waymire - - - - - - - - - - November 14, 1860
9. Sarah Waymire - - - - - - - - - November 19, 1862
10. David Morton Waymire - - - - - - - March 18, 1865
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Isaac Waymire and Mary Townsley

Posted: 8 May 2004 4:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Waymire, Townsley, Belden
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ISAAC WAYMIRE
Son of Frederick Waymire and Mary Waymire
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Isaac Waymire
Married: March 26, 1849 in Warren County, Indiana
Spouse: Mary F. Townsley
Source: Warren County, Indiana Marriage Records
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Isaac Waymire Found In:
Census Microfilm Reports: 1850 Indiana
Living in Davis Township, Fountain County, Indiana
On September 10th, 1850
Series: M432 Microfilm: 145 Page: 137
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Isaac Waymire - - - - - - 29 yrs. - - - Sawyer - - - 300 - - - OH
Mary - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 17 yrs. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - OH
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Independence Cemetery
West-side - Warren County, Indiana
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Waymere, Rebecca Ann
Dau of Isaac & Mary
Died: June 25, 1850
Age: 4 mos. - 25 days
Calculated birthdate: January 31, 1850
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Past and Present of Fountain and Warren Counties Indiana
Author Thomas A. Clifton, Editor
Pages 270 - 272
Methodist Episcopal Churches

At Independence, Rev. Fraley organized a Methodist class in about 1833. The old schoolhouse served for a meeting house. In 1835-36 there was a great revival in this church and more than thirty united with the class. The Universalist also held services in the same building and by reason of this bitter feeling were engendered. On one occasion a Methodist brother rose and called the Universalist a liar, for which he later had to make an apology.

Among the early members of this class were Samuel Thomas and wife, Mrs. Moffit, Mrs. Tripp, Frederick Ritenour, Daniel Doty, Mrs. Coats, Samuel Williams, Isaac Waymire and others. Their church edifice was erected about 1842, and it is believed, from good evidence, that it was the first church building erected within Warren county.
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Historical Sketches of the Wabash Valley
Author J. Wesley Whicker
The Western Emigration
"Westward the course of empire takes its flight."
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In 1850 to 1852 a great many went to Oregon over the Oregon Trail. A Mr. Waymire, of Independence, left Independence with about five hundred men, women and children to go to Oregon. When his colony reached the Platt River not a great distance from Ft. Kearney, they became afflicted with cholera and many of them died. The rest of the colony became so discouraged that they returned to Missouri, only two wagons and five people of the five hundred that started ever reaching Oregon. A few years later Mr. Longmyer started from near where Frank Martin now lives in Logan township, with a colony of about three hundred persons; this colony went thru without any mishaps. Longmyer himself settled at the foot of Mt. Rainier and his family still lives there and run a hotel at what is known as Longmyer Springs, at the foot of the mountain. Those that came back and told this story of the plains saw the possibilities of what was then called the Great American Desert, and many colonies were made up to go to Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska in the fifties. There was a large emigration form Davis Township to Nebraska. The emigrants met in a schoolhouse near the mouth of Grindstone creek and started from that point after which this schoolhouse, and sometimes also the creek, was called Nebraska. When the Wabash railroad a few years later was built thru there it made the siding near the school which was called Nebraska Switch. All the horses, cattle and hogs shipped east were fed at this point. Following this emigration started to Kansas and Colorado and for many years there was hardly a day during the spring that one could not see a covered wagon on the road with emigrants on their way West. The majority of those people who left the Wabash Valley and the eastern states to make their home in the West fared very well in later years, although many of them suffered all the hardships of the pioneer.

Within the past twenty-five years travel has become so cheap and convenient on the railroads that the covered wagons pulled by horses with emigrants bound for the west have entirely disappeared.
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NOTE:
Family History states Isaac Waymire was the head of the troop of 500 that started to Oregon. Isaac died of Cholera, on the way and was buried by the roadside. Unsure at this time what happened to his wife Mary family believe she returned to Indiana. Isaac and Mary had a daughter Mary Waymire born in March 1852 she married George Belden around 1870 place unknown but Belden was living in Nebraska see notes under Mary Waymire. My thoughts are that Mary Townsley Waymire died before 1874. As she is not mentioned below as an heir of Isaac Waymire but Mary Belden is the rest of the folks were Isaac's brothers and sisters.
I have not found Mary Townley Waymire and her daughter on the 1870 Census yet.
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Warren County, Indiana
Land Deeds
Volume: 31 Page: 192
October 25, 1874

This indenture witnesseth that SOLOMON WAYMIRE and AMANDA WAYMIRE his wife, JOHN COLLIER and ELIZABETH COLLIER his wife, JOHN STEADMAN and HULDA STEDMAN his wife, DANIEL WAYMIRE, MARY BELDEN, and DAVID WAYMIRE, heirs of ISAAC WAYMIRE decd. of Warren County in the State of Indiana release and quit claim to SARAH LEBO of Warren County in the State of Indiana for the sum of three hundred dollars the following Real Estate in Warren County in the State of Indiana to wit: The north half of the North East quarter of the North East quarter of Section (15) fifteen, Township (22) twenty-two, North of Range (7) seven West, containing Twenty acres (20) more or less.
In witness whereof the said SOLOMON WAYMIRE and AMANDA WAYMIRE his wife, JOHN COLLIER and ELIZABETH COLLIER his wife, JOHN STEDMAN and HULDA STEDMAN his wife, DANIEL WAYMIRE, MARY BELDEN and DAVID WAYMIRE heirs of ISAAC WAYMIRE decd. and hereunto set their hands and seals this 25th day of October 1874.

SOLOMON WAYMIRE
AMANDA WAYMIRE
HULDAH STEDMAN
MARY BELDEN
DAVID WAYMIRE By M. Belden att.
JOHN COLLIER, ELIZABETH COLLIER
DANIEL WAYMIRE

State of Indiana
Warren County
Before me GEORGE W. SWADLEY a Justice of the Peace in and for said County this 25th day of October 1874 came the above mention grantors and acknowledged the execution of the annexed Deed witness my hand and seal.
GEORGE W. SWADLEY J. P.

Recorded November 4th 1874
JAMES LIVENGOOD R. W. Co. Ind.
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Warren County, Indiana
Land Deeds
Volume: 32 pages 18, 19
1874 June 3rd

This indenture witnesseth, That SOLOMON WAYMIRE and AMANDA WAYMIRE his wife, JOHN STEDMAN and HULDA STEDMAN his wife, DANIEL WAYMIRE, JACOB B. LEBO and SARAH LEBO his wife, ( MARY BELDEN and DAVID WAYMIRE heirs of ISAAC WAYMIRE decd.) of Warren County in the State of Indiana, Release and quit claim to ELIZABETH COLLIER of Tippecanoe County, in the State of Indiana for the sum of three hundred dollars the following Real Estate in Warren County in the State of Indiana to wit: The South half of the Northwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section fifteen (S-15), Township twenty-two (T-22) North of Range seven (R-7) West, containing twenty (20) acres more or less. In witness whereof, the said SOLOMON WAYMIRE, JACOB B. LEBO, and SARAH LEBO, MARY BELDEN and DAVID WAYMIRE has hereunto set ----- hand and seal this ---- day of --- 187-.

JACOB B. LEBO
SARAH LEBO
MRS MARY BELDEN
DAVID WAYMIRE by M. BELDEN Attorney
SOLOMON WAYMIRE
AMANDA WAYMIRE
HULDA STEDMAN
DANIEL WAYMIRE
JOHN STEDMAN

State of Indiana
Warren County ss
Before me GEORGE W. SWADLEY a Justice of the Peace in and for said County this 3rd day of June 1874 personally came the parties above named and acknowledged the execution of the annexed deed. Witness my hand and seal.

GEORGE W. SWADLEY J.P. Justice of the Peace

Recorded September 27th, 1875

JAMES D. LIVENGOOD R. W. Co. Ind.
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Warren County, Indiana
Land Deeds
Volume: 32 pages 74, 75
1874 June 3rd

This indenture witnesseth, That DANIEL WAYMIRE, JOHN COLLIER and BETSEY COLLIER his wife, SOLOMON WAYMIRE and AMANDA WAYMIRE his wife, JACOB B. LEBO and SARAH LEBO his wife, MARY BELDEN, JOSEPH ATKINSON and RACHEL ATKINSON his wife, DAVID WAYMIRE of Warren County in the State of Indiana release and quit claim to HULDAH STEDMAN of Warren County in the State of Indiana for the sum of Seven hundred dollars the following Real Estate in Warren County in the State of Indiana to wit: The Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section nine (S-9), Township twenty-two (T-22) North of Range seven (R-7) West. Also Ten acres more off the same lot North in the District of Lands subject to sale at Crawfordsville in Indiana described as follows to wit: The South half of the South half of the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section nine (S-9), Township twenty-two (T-22), Range seven (R-7) West Containing Ten (10) acres. In witness whereof the said parties above named to wit: DANIEL WAYMIRE, JOHN COLLIER and BETSEY COLLIER, SOLOMON WAYMIRE and AMANDA WAYMIRE, JACOB B. LEBO and SARAH LEBO, MARY BELDEN and DAVID WAYMIRE, JOSEPH ATKINSON and RACHEL ATKINSON has hereunto set their hands and seals this 3rd day of June A.D. 1874.

SOLOMON WAYMIRE
AMANDA WAYMIRE
DANIEL WAYMIRE
JACOB B. LEBO
SARAH LEBO
JOHN COLLIER
ELIZABETH COLLIER
RACHEL ATKINSON
JOSEPH ATKINSON
MARY BELDEN
DAVID WAYMIRE by M. BELDEN Attorney

State of Indiana
Warren County
Before me GEORGE W. SWADLEY a Justice of the Peace in and for said County this 3rd day of June 1874 personally came the parties within named and acknowledged the execution of the annexed deed. Witness my hand and official seal.
GEORGE W. SWADLEY Justice of the Peace

Recorded November 3rd, 1875
JAMES D. LIVENGOOD R. W. Co. Ind.
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Re: Frederick Waymire and Mary Waymire

Clar (View posts)
Posted: 27 May 2004 8:13AM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes, Fredrick (no e) 2nd wife was Draper and tombstone now well uncovered. Additionally, A new stone between the reconstituted Fred nd Mary graves, (which are just in front of Ab. and Amelia).

Re: David Waymire and Elizabeth Ritenour

Clar Pratt (View posts)
Posted: 27 May 2004 8:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
Trouble is, after second extensive onground and local govt. search, there are not where they are supposed to be -- Jasper County.(Hemphill area being logged) Alleged cemetery resurveyed and local vital records searched to no avail. Coupla vague leads.

Re: Frederick Waymire and Mary Waymire

Clar Pratt (View posts)
Posted: 27 May 2004 8:59AM GMT
Classification: Query
and then there's MARY Waymire, who died at 12 yrs, and whose gravestone, broken, was underneath that of Fredrick.! (Now neatly resurrected to the surface (pictures available).
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