17337 individuals, 5738 families from file oblevins.ged (7 FEB 2009)

Georgia Ellen ADDISON

[827]

22 OCT 1867 - 18 SEP 1925

Family 1 : Richard Bentley STINSON
  1. +Inez STINSON
  2. +Grace Myrl STINSON

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[827] [S438] Gibson, Mary Lois


Sarah Jane ANDERSON

12 MAY 1827 - 25 AUG 1903

Family 1 : Daniel P. BLEVINS

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John E. APPLE

3 NOV 1869 - 6 SEP 1870

Father: William C. APPLE
Mother: Elizabeth LOW


                       _John W. APPLE ______+
                      | (1802 - 1886) m 1824
 _William C. APPLE ___|
| (1835 - 1925) m 1858|
|                     |_Mary LOMAN _________+
|                       (1805 - 1883) m 1824
|
|--John E. APPLE 
|  (1869 - 1870)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Elizabeth LOW ______|
  (1834 - 1899) m 1858|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Robert B. BLEVINS

19 JUN 1882 - ____

Father: Daniel BLEVINS
Mother: Easter

Family 1 : Eliza MILLER
  1.  Eugenia BLEVINS
  2.  Rosie? BLEVINS
  3.  Florence BLEVINS
  4.  Frank BLEVINS
  5.  Albert (Lathart) BLEVINS
  6.  Lizzie BLEVINS
  7.  Mary BLEVINS
  8.  Mary BLEVINS
  9.  Crate BLEVINS
  10.  Juanita BLEVINS

                       _ BLEVINS ___________
                      |                     
 _Daniel BLEVINS _____|
| (1866 - ....) m 1886|
|                     |_____________________
|                                           
|
|--Robert B. BLEVINS 
|  (1882 - ....)
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Easter _____________|
  (1871 - ....) m 1886|
                      |_____________________
                                            

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[2054] [S442] WWI Draft Registration Card


Myrle Denton BURKE

ABT 1882 - ____

Family 1 : Llewellyn Hildenbrand "Lew" BEHEM
  1.  Lawrence Edward BEHEM
  2.  Vernon Eugene BEHEM
  3.  Vivian E. BEHEM

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John W. ELLIOTT

ABT 1885 - ____

Family 1 : Sarah Elizabeth "Esey" CROWDER
  1.  Armena ELLIOTT

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Elias HARBAUGH

6 JAN 1832 - ____

Father: Elias HARBAUGH
Mother: Anna Catharine PENTZER


                           _Jacob HARBAUGH ________+
                          | (1730 - 1818) m 1761   
 _Elias HARBAUGH _________|
| (1782 - 1854) m 1817    |
|                         |_Anna Margaretta SMITH _+
|                           (1740 - 1803) m 1761   
|
|--Elias HARBAUGH 
|  (1832 - ....)
|                          ________________________
|                         |                        
|_Anna Catharine PENTZER _|
  (1793 - 1849) m 1817    |
                          |________________________
                                                   

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Elizabeth HARBAUGH

ABT 26 JUL 1781 - 9 JAN 1805

Father: Christian HARBAUGH
Mother: Maria Elizabeth WILLIAR


                            _Ludwig HARBAUGH ____________+
                           | (1728 - 1809) m 1751        
 _Christian HARBAUGH ______|
| (1753 - 1836) m 1780     |
|                          |_Christiana WELLER __________
|                            (1728 - 1797) m 1751        
|
|--Elizabeth HARBAUGH 
|  (1781 - 1805)
|                           _Johan Peter WILLIAR ________+
|                          | (1715 - 1794) m 1742        
|_Maria Elizabeth WILLIAR _|
  (1760 - 1824) m 1780     |
                           |_Magdalena Elizabeth SCHLIM _
                             (1722 - 1792) m 1742        

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Jacob HARBAUGH

5 FEB 1730 - 28 APR 1818

Father: Yost (Jost) HARBAUGH
Mother: Maria Margaret KLEIN

Family 1 : Anna Margaretta SMITH
  1.  Anna Margaretha HARBAUGH
  2. +Jacob HARBAUGH
  3. +John HARBAUGH
  4. +Susannah HARBAUGH
  5.  Catherine HARBAUGH
  6.  Barbara HARBAUGH
  7.  Juliann HARBAUGH
  8. +Anna Maria HARBAUGH
  9.  Henry HARBAUGH
  10.  George HARBAUGH
  11.  Yost HARBAUGH
  12. +Yost HARBAUGH
  13.  Frederick HARBAUGH
  14.  Joseph HARBAUGH
  15. +Elias HARBAUGH
Family 2 : Anna Margaretta SCHMIDT

                         _Johan Peter HARBAUGH _
                        | (1674 - 1753)         
 _Yost (Jost) HARBAUGH _|
| (1695 - 1762) m 1725  |
|                       |_______________________
|                                               
|
|--Jacob HARBAUGH 
|  (1730 - 1818)
|                        _Jacob KLEIN __________
|                       |                       
|_Maria Margaret KLEIN _|
   m 1725               |
                        |_______________________
                                                

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Wilkins Euclid HARDCASTLE

6 JUL 1900 - ____

Father: Porter J. HARDCASTLE
Mother: Mary Ophelia WILLOUGHBY


                            ____________________________
                           |                            
 _Porter J. HARDCASTLE ____|
| (1863 - 1950)            |
|                          |____________________________
|                                                       
|
|--Wilkins Euclid HARDCASTLE 
|  (1900 - ....)
|                           _John Armstrong WILLOUGHBY _
|                          | (1842 - 1922) m 1868       
|_Mary Ophelia WILLOUGHBY _|
  (1876 - 1949)            |
                           |_Charity Elizabeth WILSON __+
                             (1848 - 1927) m 1868       

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James HARRIS

[1697]

ABT 1855 - ____

Father: HARRIS
Mother: Elizabeth Ann


                       __
                      |  
 _ HARRIS ____________|
|                     |
|                     |__
|                        
|
|--James HARRIS 
|  (1855 - ....)
|                      __
|                     |  
|_Elizabeth Ann ______|
  (1832 - ....)       |
                      |__
                         

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[1697] [S438] Gibson, Mary Lois


Thomas M. HOSKINS

JUL 1872 - ____

Family 1 : Sallie D. UTLEY
  1.  Jesse HOSKINS

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Jonathan HOSTETLER

1 JAN 1793 - 25 JUN 1828

Father: Abraham HOSTETLER
Mother: Agnes HARDMAN

Family 1 : Sarah RIBBLE

                       _Christian HOSTETLER _
                      | (1745 - 1814)        
 _Abraham HOSTETLER __|
| (1770 - 1846) m 1789|
|                     |_Barbara RUPP ________
|                       (1746 - ....)        
|
|--Jonathan HOSTETLER 
|  (1793 - 1828)
|                      ______________________
|                     |                      
|_Agnes HARDMAN ______|
  (1774 - 1824) m 1789|
                      |______________________
                                             

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Elizabeth Ann HOUSTON

____ - ____

Family 1 : William CALDWELL
  1.  John CALDWELL
  2.  Robert CALDWELL
  3.  Thomas CALDWELL
  4.  Alexander CALDWELL
  5.  Jean CALDWELL

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[2216] by Mayor John Hanford


Nancy E. LAMBDIN

ABT 1848 - ____

Father: James R. LAMBDIN
Mother: Elizabeth WILLIAMS


                       __
                      |  
 _James R. LAMBDIN ___|
| (1820 - 1859)       |
|                     |__
|                        
|
|--Nancy E. LAMBDIN 
|  (1848 - ....)
|                      __
|                     |  
|_Elizabeth WILLIAMS _|
  (1813 - ....)       |
                      |__
                         

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Lewis LASHLEY

____ - ____

Family 1 :
  1. +Sarah LASHLEY

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George W. MARIS

1 FEB 1827 - ____

Father: Jonathan MARIS
Mother: Sarah THOMAS

Family 1 : Sarah Mary SKINNER

                       _David MARIS _______________+
                      | (1753 - ....) m 1780       
 _Jonathan MARIS _____|
| (1789 - 1881)       |
|                     |_Sarah Rachel FOX (FAWKES) _
|                       (1757 - ....) m 1780       
|
|--George W. MARIS 
|  (1827 - ....)
|                      ____________________________
|                     |                            
|_Sarah THOMAS _______|
                      |
                      |____________________________
                                                   

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Newton Willard UTLEY

[877]

12 MAY 1860 - ____

Father: William Washington UTLEY
Mother: Sarah Ann HOLLAND

Family 1 : Mary S. CHILDERS
  1.  Newton Willard UTLEY
  2.  Francis Stacker UTLEY
  3.  Merrill Holland UTLEY

                             _Merrill UTLEY ___________+
                            | (1777 - 1837) m 1800     
 _William Washington UTLEY _|
| (1818 - 1878) m 1843      |
|                           |_Winifred "Winney" JONES _
|                             (1784 - ....) m 1800     
|
|--Newton Willard UTLEY 
|  (1860 - ....)
|                            _John HOLLAND ____________
|                           |                          
|_Sarah Ann HOLLAND ________|
  (1820 - 1905) m 1843      |
                            |_Catherine PARRENT _______
                                                       

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[877] Memorial Record of Western Kentucky, Lewis Publishing Company, 1904,
pp 515-520 [Lyon]

HON. NEWTON W. UTLEY. Kentucky has ever been distinguished forthe
marked ability of the representatives of her bench and bar. In theearly
days of the republic her sons left their impress upon the judicial
history of the nation, and since that time they have figured
conspicuously in public affairs as well as representatives of thegreat
profession which stands as the stern conservator of justice and right.
Winning fame at this bar where so many distinguished men havepracticed,
Hon. Newton Willard Utley has already exerted an influence upon thelife
of the state that will be felt for all time, and has engraved his name
indelibly on the pages of its annals in connection with service thathas
been prompted by the most unfaltering loyalty and devotion to the best
interests of the common wealth.
Born upon a farm in Marshall county, Kentucky, May 12, 1860, hehas
spent almost his entire life in this state and now makes his home in
Eddyville. His parents were William Washington and Sallie Ann(Holland)
Utley. His paternal grandparents were Merrill and Elizabeth(Woodward)
Utley, both natives of North Carolina, and the progenitor of thefamily
in America was an Englishman who came to the colony of Virginia withthe
Jamestown settlers. It was about 1820 when Merrill Utley removed to
Kentucky, locating in what is now Marshall county, where he enteredfrom
the government a tract of land that still remains in possession of the
family, being now owned by our subject and occupied by his mother, who
has occupied the same house for over sixty years.
William W. Utley was born in North Carolina in 1818, and was
therefore quite young when brought by his parents to this state, where
his remaining days were passed. After reaching mature years he wedded
Miss Sallie Ann Holland, who was born in Lyon county, Kentucky, in1820,
a daughter of John and Catherine (Parrent) Holland, representatives of
old Kentucky families. Her father was one of the pioneer settlers onthe
Jackson Purchase, and one of the first members of the Methodist churchof
that locality. He assisted in organizing a church of thatdenomination
at his own home, and his residence was the meeting place of the
congregation for several years. He lived to pass the age of fourscore
years, and he had five sons, all of whom are yet living with one
exception. The daughter became Mrs. W. W. Utley and the mother of our
subject. At the time of his marriage the father took his bride to the
old family homestead in Marshall county, and there he carried onfarming
throughout the remainder of his days. To him and his wife were bornnine
children. Mr. Utley belonged to the Baptist church, and his wife has
been a life-long member of the Methodist church. He died on the old
homestead in 1878, and there she still resides, a venerable lady whohas
the highest respect of all who know her.
Newton W. Utley was reared upon a farm in his native county, andwas
educated in the district schools until such a time as he provided for
himself better educational privileges. His own labor supplied himwith
the means which enabled him to enter Vanderbilt University, atNashville,
Tennessee, and he found it necessary to work upon the grounds of the
institution at night in order to secure the necessary text books. The
elemental strength of his character was thus manifested. Necessity is
the great spur to labor, and when supplemented by a laudable ambition
forms the sure foundation upon which to build success. He not only
continued his course to graduation, but won the three honors of his
class, thus making a record which has hardly been equaled in thehistory
of the first institution of learning in the south.
In 1880, immediately following his graduation, Mr. Utley enteredthe
ministry, and was sent by the Methodist Episcopal church, South, to
Japan, to enter the mission field. He entered upon what was known asa
self-sustaining mission; that is, there was no support provided forhim
by the church. He labored there untiringly in the interest of the
church, and his efforts were far-reaching, bringing to the people ofthat
field the benefits of the gospel and of faith in Christianity. In1890
he had married Miss Mary S. Childers, of Eddyville, Kentucky, andwhile
they were residing in Japan two of their children were born; Newton
Willard and Francis Stacker, while since their return Merrill Holland,
born in Eddyville, has been added to the family.
Because of the continued ill health of his wife, Mr. Utley leftthe
mission field and returned to his native land, taking up his residencein
Eddyville in 1896. He now turned his attention to the law, which hehad
studied previous to pursuing his university course, and in 1897 he was
admitted to the bar, since which time he has risen to a position of
distinction among the ablest lawyers of the state. His preparation of
cases is most thorough and exhaustive; he seems almost intuitively to
grasp the strong points of law and fact, while in his briefs and
arguments the authorities are cited so extensively and the facts and
reasoning thereon are presented so cogently and unanswerably as toleave
no doubt as to the correctness of his position or his conclusions. No
detail seems to escape him; every point is given its due prominence,and
the cause is argued with such skill, ability and power that he rarely
fails to gain the verdict desired.
Mr. Utley is a man of strong intellect, clear insight and ofmarked
oratorical power, and these qualities naturally render him a leader of
men and a director of public opinion. In 1899 he was elected a memberof
the Kentucky senate on the Democratic ticket, and he entered upon a
brilliant legislative career, becoming a leader in the senate chamberand
accomplishing many parliamentary and strategic results. Acontemporary
publication has given the following account of his political career:
"During the first session of Senator Utley's term the memorable
contest of Goebel versus Taylor for the governorship of Kentucky, came
before the assemble. On account of his high legal attainments and
parliamentary skill, Senator Goebel made Senator Utley one of his
advisers. Just as the contest committees were about to finish theirwork
and report to the assembly for final action, Senator Goebel was shotby
an assassin. Thus cruelly wounded, he designated Senator Utley to actin
his stead as president pro tem of the senate, which also made him
ex-officio chairman of the steering committee. The chairmanship ofthis
committee is the most important and the most delicate position inwhich a
member of the party can serve. Every phase of legislation and every
tactic of party policy must be determined by the chairman. The hours
that elapsed between the wounding of Senator Goebel and hisinauguration
as governor were the most vital in the history of Kentucky. The least
error or the slightest indiscretion would have precipitated war in the
capital and lost the governorship to the Democrats. Though thistrying
ordeal Senator Utley laid his trained hand on the helm of the stateand
without the slightest variation from the line of duty, inducted thedying
leader into the governorship of Kentucky and thereby reclaimed avictory
for his party and saved the good name of the state."
Senator Utley has declined political honors, and yet undoubtedlya
brilliant political future awaits him. He has been spoken of as the
candidate of his party for Congress, and such a man would prove aforce
in the national halls of legislation. His strength of character, his
intellectuality, his thorough understanding of public questions, his
devotion to the general good and his fidelity to the right as he seesit
well [sic] entitle him to the leadership of men and make him worthytheir
confidence and trust. He is an active member of the MethodistEpiscopal
church and his private life is an exemplification of the traits of
character which are always found in the true and, therefore, thereally
great, citizens. With his family he occupies a beautiful home at
Eddyville, overlooking the Cumberland river, and is found there to bea
most genial and companionable host.


George WEDDEL

____ - ____

Family 1 : Rosina BORN

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Mary Anna WILLETT

FEB 1873 - 20 APR 1945

Father: Richard WILLETT
Mother: Virginia BUCKMAN

Family 1 : George Alexander UTLEY
  1.  William R. UTLEY
  2.  Claudine F. UTLEY
  3.  Margarette UTLEY
  4.  Frances UTLEY

                       __
                      |  
 _Richard WILLETT ____|
|                     |
|                     |__
|                        
|
|--Mary Anna WILLETT 
|  (1873 - 1945)
|                      __
|                     |  
|_Virginia BUCKMAN ___|
                      |
                      |__
                         

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