Saturday, September 24, 2011

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Mary Hale 1846
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Ancestry.com. Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Original data: Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses, 1856, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, 1925 as well various special censuses from 1836-1897 obtained from the State Historical Society of Iowa via Heritage Quest.
 
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Year: 1910; Census Place:  School District 5TetonMontana; Roll:  T624_835; Page:  4B; Enumeration District:  0229; Image:  236; FHL Number:  1374848.

Year: 1870; Census Place:  ,  GageNebraska; Roll:  M593_829; Page:  661A; Image:  601; Family History Library Film:  552328.
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    Ancestry.com. 1870 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch.
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  • Year: 1900; Census Place:  LincolnSmithKansas; Roll:  T623_ 501; Page:  1B; Enumeration District:  173.

    Delilah Brown married William Thomas Poole on 16 Mar 1825 in Schuyler Co., Illinois he was born 8 Mar 1805 in Kentucky and died 19 Aug 1871 in Beatrice, Gage, Nebraska, USA They also had: Elizabeth Jane Poole Born: 20 Oct 1830 in Schuyler Co., Illinois, married Jeremiah Vardeman Garrett on 19 Mar 1845. Martha Melinda Poole (My Ancestor) Born: 3 Aug 1834 in Schuyler Co., Illinois Married James Swift Pickett on 8 Dec 1853. Napoleon Bonapart Poole Born 7 Mar 1838, in Schuyler Co., Illinois Died 20 Aug 1918 in Days Creek, Douglas, Oregon married Saraphine V. Cardwell on 22 Jan 1857. Charlotte Temple "Lottie" Poole born 3 Dec 1840 in Schuyler Co., Illinois. "Polly" Mary Poole William Hargus Poole born 4 May 1845 in Wappelo Co., Iowa Died 9 Mar 1924 in Lakeview, Klamath, Oregon James Allen Poole Born May 1848 in Iowa, Christened 1912 in Yreka, ,California Married Mary Jane Jones in 1866. Nellie Poole Hope this information helps someone.
    mlewis1027461added this on 19 Mar 2011
    found on ancestry message boards.
     
     
    Year: 1900; Census Place:  CanyonvilleDouglasOregon; Roll:  T623_ 1346; Page:  5A; Enumeration District:  56.

    Ancestry.com. U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.
    Original data: United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records. Automated Records Project; Federal Land Patents, State Volumes. http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/. Springfield, Virginia: Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, 2007.
     
    Ancestry.com. U.S. General Land Office Records, 1796-1907 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.
    Original data: United States. Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records. Automated Records Project; Federal Land Patents, State Volumes. http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/. Springfield, Virginia: Bureau of Land Management, Eastern States, 2007.
     
    The Hales of New River Valley.
    This family is of English origin, descendants of the Hales of Kent.    The first American emigrant of the name coming in 1632, bore the coat of arms of the Kentish Hales--three broad arrows, feather white on a red field.  The traditional story in the family of these New River Hales is, that the family was quite numerous in Massachusetts and Connecticut, and that some time prior to the beginning of our War for Independence there were in one family of this name seven brothers, all of whom joined the American Army; a part of them served through the war under General Washington in and around Boston, in the Jerseys and in Pennsylvania;  that one of the older brothers, who had a family, drifted south to Virginia some years prior to the beginning of the Revolution, and located in what is now Franklin County, Virginia;  that this settler had a son Edward, who served in the American Army in the early period of the Revolution, and later, in 1779, came across the Alleghanies into the New River Valley, and later married a Miss Patsy Perdue and settled on Wolf Creek.  Edward Hale was born about 1750, was a man of  rather small stature, fair complexion and blue eyes, was a man of information and intelligence, and became a prominent figure on the border in his day, engaging in the Indian wars, fights and skirmishes.  He was with the party under Captain Matthew Farley, that followed the Indians in the summer of 1783, after their attack on Mitchell Clay's family, on the Bluestone at Clover Bottom, and was in the skirmish had with a part of these Indians on Pond Fork of Little Coal River, in which he killed an Indian at the first fire.  From the back of this Indian, killed by Edward Hale, William Wiley, who was in the party of pursuers, took a strip of the Indian's hide, which he gave to Hale and was used by him and a number of his family for many years as a razor strop.  Opposite this page is the photograph of Dr. James W. Hale, a descendant of the Captain Edward Hale above mentioned.
    Edward Hale marched with Captain Shannon's company to North Carolina, in February, 1781, and was in the engagement at Wetzell's Mills, on the 6th day of March, and at Guilford Court House on the 15th day of the same month.  In 1785 Edward Hale married Miss patsy Perdue, a daughter of Uriah Perdue, then recently removed from what is now Franklin County, Virginia.  Mrs. Hale was a sister of the wife of the elder Joseph Hare.  The names of the children of Edward Hale and his wife are as follows, viz:   Thomas, Isaiah, Charles, Jesse, Isaac, Daniel, Elias and William;    and the daughters, Mary and Phoebe.  Thomas married Miss Lucas, Isaiah married Margaret Lucas, Isaac married Miss Lucas, Jesse married Margaret Watts, Elias married Nancy Peters, William married Miss Williams;  Mary married John Williams, and they moved to the state of Missouri, and Phoebe married John McClaugherty, son of James.
    Thomas Hale had sons, Charles, Edward, Lorenzo D., Green, Thomas, and Ralph;  daughters, Priscilla, who married William H. French;  Martha, who married, first David F. Alvis, second William Shannon;  Rhonda, who never married.
    Isaac had one son, Daniel P.;  daughters, Eliza, who married Captain James F. Hare;  Martha, who married Russell G. French;  Miriam, who married Isaac H. Day;  Mary, who married Charles E. Hale;  Sarah, who married, first, Rufus Brown, second, Luke Wells;  Daniel P., married Martha Shumate.
    Daniel had sons, Thomas, Charles E., John A., and Daniel F., and daughters, Elizabeth, who married William Shumate;  Paulina, who married C. W. Tolley;   Linney, who married R. G. Rowland;  Cornelia, who married William Brown.
    Charles had sons, John D., William H., and Isaac (the latter died young); daughters, Hulda, who married Andrew Fillinger;  Martha, who married John Walker.
    Isaiah had sons, Erastus (who died young), Luther C., who married Miss Alice Peck;  the daughters, Charlotte married William Moser, Louisa married Jacob Snidow, Juliana married Wolf Crotching, Virginia married James Kinzie, Wilmoth married Andrew J. Hare.   Isaiah Hale married a second wife, Mrs. Sallie Lybrook, whose maiden name was Hall; they had daughters,  Lizzie, who married George Spangler;    Sallie L., who married J. Harvey Dunn, and the son, Luther C., above mentioned.
    Jesse had sons, Hamilton J. (died during the Civil War), Edward C., who lives in Giles County; daughters, Julia, who married ............ Pettyjohn;  Martha, who died unmarried;  Mary, who married David French;  Eglentine, who married Henry W. Broderick (both dead);  Newtonia, who married Erastus W. Charleton.
    For want of correct and sufficient information the names of the children of William Hale and his sister, Mrs. Williams (both of whom died in Missouri) cannot be given in this work.
    The children of Elias Hale and his wife, Nancy Peters Hale, are as follows, viz:  John E., who married Miss Moore; Charles A., who married Miss Bailey; Captain Rufus A., who married Julia Bailey; Comrad married ............ ; daughters, Mary who married Calvin Harry; Ardelia, who married John T. Carr; Julia, who died unmarried.
    Edward Hale died about 1820, and his descendants are among the most valued citizens of the country; they have occupied prominent and important positions in the civil and military affairs of the district of country in which they have lived.  They have been farmers, physicians, lawyers, merchants, magistrates, members of the Legislature and judges.  As soldiers they have always been the equals of any that the country has sent forth; they fought, bled and died on nearly every important battlefield of our Civil War.  Dr. James W. Hale--formerly a distinguished physician--now an able lawyer, residing at Princeton, West Virginia, was a valiant Confederate soldier in the Civil War, losing an arm at the battle of Piedmont, Virginia, June 5th, 1864.  He is a great-grandson of Edward Hale.  Edward McClaugherty, another great-grandson of Edward Hale, was a lieutenant in Company A, 17th Virginia Regiment of Cavalry, and died in the service. Honorable Robert C. McClaugherty, also a great-grandson of Edward Hale, is a prominent lawyer residing at Bluefield, West Virginia.  He served four years as Judge of the 9th Judicial Circuit of West Virginia.  The late Captain Rufus A. Hale, of Mercer County, was one of the bravest men in his regiment, serving throughout the war 1861-5 with distinction, and was more than once commended by his superior officers for his gallantry and good conduct on the battlefield.  Charles A. Hale, a  brother of Captain Rufus A., was a highly reputable citizen, made a good record and name as a valiant soldier of the 8th Virginia Regiment of Cavalry.
    James Perdue, who died in Mercer County in 1900, at the age of one hundred and one years, was a relative of Captain Edward Hale.
    National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); Washington, D.C.; Indexes and Registers of Declarations of Intention and Petitions for Naturalization of the U.S. District and Circuit Courts for the Western District of Pennsylvania, 1820-1906; Microfilm Serial:  M1208; Microfilm Roll:  1.
    1820 U S Census: Bloomfield, Jackson, Ohio, Page: 277; NARA Roll: M33_89; Image: 158.

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