Charlotte Tullager (sic)1

F, #41441
Last Edited29 Jun 2020
     Charlotte married William D. Mead.2 She was born at Leeds, New York, USA.1
     Her name was also recorded as Charlot Futegn although my transcription may be incorrect.2

Family

William D. Mead
Child

Citations

  1. [S3254] Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947 , Ancestry.com, Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947; ""Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916–1947." Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original records."; cited as "IL Deaths & Stillbirths., Effie Rachel Jamieson née Mead; Death Date: 20 Nov 1932.
  2. [S9963] Nebraska, Marriage Records, 1855-1908 (Publisher: State Library and Archives, Nebraska State Historical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska.), Ancestry.com, Nebraska, Marriage Records, 1855-1908; cited as "Nebraska, Marriage Records., Marriage: David Jamason & Effie R. Mead (subscription required).

Jessie P. Lacey1

F, #41442, b. 25 February 1862, d. 24 February 1957
Father*Edward S. Lacey2,3 b. 26 Nov 1835, d. 2 Oct 1916
Mother*Annette C. Musgrave3 d. 4 Apr 1926
Last Edited6 Jul 2020
     She was born on 25 February 1862 at Charlotte, Michigan, USA.2
     She died on 24 February 1957 at her home in the Orrington hotel at Evanston, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 94.2
     The following selected information is extracted from her obituary.2 Jessie P. Lacey was buried on 25 February 1957 at Maple Hill Cemetery, Charlotte, Michigan, USA.2
     In the Art Institute of Chicago Circular of Instruction for 1909, Jessie P. Lacey is listed as a senior pupil or graduate that instructed Juvenile classes and Water Color classes. She, of 305 Davis Street, Evanston, Illinois, certified as accurate the information in the passport application of Percy Verônne Jamieson issued on 15 August 1912; He gave his occupation as an artist (painter) and he intended to return after two years of study. He was described as 6' tall, with blue eyes and brown hair and with a smooth complexion and a small mustache.1
     In the obituary of Edward S. Lacey who died 2 October 1916, his daughter, Jessie was listed as a survivor.3 She, of 305 Davis Street, Evanston, Illinois, certified as accurate the information in the passport application of Percy David Veronne Jamieson issued on 30 December 1918 at Cook County, Illinois, USA; He gave his occupation as an author, and he intended to return within 6 months. He was described as 6' tall, with blue eyes (glasses) brown hair and with a fair complexion. He had a scar on his right wrist.

He stated that between 1906 and 1914 he had lived in France, Italy and Germany.

Accompanying his application was the following letter.

The Greenwood Inn
Evanston, Illinois,
December 21st,1918.

R.W. Flournoy, Esq.,
Chief of the Bureau of Citizenship,
Washington, D.C.,

Dear Sir,
On September 6th 1917, consequent upon a conversation of the writer with Secretary Lansing, and with your personal approval, your Department issued me passport No. 64697 to go to England on publishing business.

I returned to this country in December 1917 to fit myself to enter the U.S. Army, from which I have just been honorably discharged. I wish to complete the work I left half-finished in England at the earliest possible moment, sailing for Liverpool, say, the first week in January.

Mr. Lansing's abcence (sic) in Europe makes it impossible to again approach him on this matter. But I feel that I have no doubt as to a repetition of his approval.

My application is forwarded here [with] from your Chicago Bureau.

As I eventually may wish to consult my Literary Executor (who resides in Paris), I wish to leave it to your judgement whether my passport should now read France and Italy in addition to England--or whether I should depend for that priviledge (sic) on our Embassy in London .

Mr. Lansing provided me with a letter of introduction to Ambassador Page .

May I take this opportunity to thank you for your former consideration?

Very respectfully yours,
(signed Percy D. V. Jamieson.)4 J. P. Lacey, living at the Orrington Hotel in Evanston, Illinois was listed as next-of-kin/contact on the draft registration of Percy David Verone Jamieson.5
     See the footnotes below for a link to her on-line obituary that appeared Lansing State Journal published in Lansing, Michigan, 25 February 1957 .2

     The following analysis is from my personal research and reflects my attempts to consolidate information from different sources.
On two of his passport applications, Percy David Veronne Jamieson had Jessie P. Lacey certify the accuracy of his applications. Since he was a young artist, and she was an art instructor at the Chicago Art Institute, he may have attended the Institute. However, in one of her declarations, she indicated she had known him for 20 years, which was virtually his whole life. Her father, Edward S. Lacey was comptroller of currency in Washington, D.C., so she was probably in a position to introduce Percy to Secretary of State Lansing. In a third passport application, Jessie's sister, Edith Lacey verified the information. So, the Lacey's were probably family friends that who also had contacts that helped him in the passport application process.6

Citations

  1. [S1927] U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925, online U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925, Percy Verônne Jamieson; Certificate Number: 81011. Note the accented "o" in his middle name. Hereinafter cited as US Passport Apps.
  2. [S10464] Area Deaths: Miss Jessie P. Lacey, Lansing State Journal, Lansing, Michigan, 28 Feb 1957, Page 12, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Miss Jessie P. Lacey (aged 93). Hereinafter cited as Lansing State Journal.
  3. [S10469] Edward S. Lacey Dies Suddenly, Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, 03 Oct 1916, Page 17, column 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Edward S. Lacey (aged 81). Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  4. [S1927] US Passport Apps, online U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925, Percy David Veronne Jamieson; Certificate Number: 54310.
  5. [S2619] U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 (Publisher: National Archives and Records Administration), Ancestry.com, World War II Draft Registration search; "United States, Selective Service System. Selective Service Registration Cards, World War II: Fourth Registration"; cited as "Old Man's Draft., Name:     Percy David Verone Jamieson.
  6. [S2] Personal knowledge/research of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207).

Edward S. Lacey1

M, #41443, b. 26 November 1835, d. 2 October 1916
Last Edited1 Aug 2020
     He was born on 26 November 1835 at Chili, New York, USA.2,3 Edward married Annette C. Musgrave in 1861 at Charlotte, Michigan, USA.3,4
     He died on 2 October 1916 At his home at Evanston, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 80.3
     The following selected information is extracted from his obituary. Survivor(s): Edith and Jessie.3 Edward S. Lacey was buried on 5 October 1916 at Maple Hill Cemetery, Charlotte, Michigan, USA.5
     The following obituary appeared Chicago Tribune published in Chicago, Illinois 3 October 1916:
EDWARD S. LACEY DIES SUDDENLY
     Chairman of the Advisory Committee of the Continental & Commercial.
     Edward S. Lacey chairman of the advisory committee of the Continental and Commercial National bank and a former controller of the currency, died last evening at his residence in Evanston.
     Mr. Lacey bad been ill only a few days. Last week, in the best of health. he attended several meetings and business conferences downtown. Cardiac asthma developed soon afterward and quickly proved fatal.
     Two Terms in Congress.
     The banker was born eighty-one years ago in Chill. N. Y. In 1861 he was married to Miss Annette C. Musgrave in Charlotte, Mich, and entered the banking business there the following year. After becoming the first mayor of Charlotte and holding various county and state offices, he served two terms in congress, and in 1S86 was a candidate for United States senator.
     The ability be displayed as a member of the house committee on finance and coinage led President Harrison to appoint him controller of the currency In 1589. He held this office three years. resigning it to come to Chicago as president of the newly organized Bankers' National bank.
     Is Chairman of Board.
     When this institution was consolidated with the Commercial National. in 1909, he became chairman of the board of directors. A year later he was placed at the head of the Continental and Commercial's advisory committee.
     Mr. Lacey was a former president of the Bankers club of Chicago and a member of many other organizations. Mrs. Lacey and two daughters, Edith and Jessie, survive him. No detailed plans have been made for the funeral. but the body is to be taken to Mr. Lacey's old home in Charlotte. Mich; for burial.3



     In the obituary of Mrs. Edward S. Lacey who died 4 April 1926, her husband, Hon. Edward S. Lacey was listed as predeceased.4
     Edward S. Lacey was identified as the father of Jessie P. Lacey in Jessie's obituary after her death on 24 February 1957.1
     The following information is from my personal research, June 2020:
He was a two term congressman for Michigan's 3rd district from 1881 to 1885. He later served in U.S. President Benjamin Harrison's administration as Comptroller of the Currency from 1889 to 1892.2,3

Family

Annette C. Musgrave d. 4 Apr 1926
Marriage*Edward married Annette C. Musgrave in 1861 at Charlotte, Michigan, USA.3,4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S10464] Area Deaths: Miss Jessie P. Lacey, Lansing State Journal, Lansing, Michigan, 28 Feb 1957, Page 12, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Miss Jessie P. Lacey (aged 93). Hereinafter cited as Lansing State Journal.
  2. [S1592] Wikipedia® , the free encyclopedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org/, Wikipedia: Edward S. Lacey. Hereinafter cited as Wikipedia®.
  3. [S10469] Edward S. Lacey Dies Suddenly, Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, 03 Oct 1916, Page 17, column 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Edward S. Lacey (aged 81). Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  4. [S10471] Former Congressman's Widow Dies In South, Battle Creek Enquirer, Battle Creek, Michigan, Page 1, column 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Death: Mrs. Edward S. Lacey. Hereinafter cited as Battle Creek Enquirer.
  5. [S10470] Lcaey Funeral Held, Lansing State Journal, Lansing, Michigan, 05 Oct 1916, Page 7, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Funeral: Edward S. Lacey. Hereinafter cited as Lansing State Journal.

Elbern E. Brown1

M, #41445
Last Edited27 Jun 2020
     Elbern married Mary Jane Holdren.1
     Elbern E. Brown was identified as the father of Ira Olaf Brown in Ira's obituary after his death on 26 January 1980.1

Family

Mary Jane Holdren
Child

Citations

  1. [S10468] Olaf Brown county native, dies in Columbus, The Reporter-Times, Martinsville, Indiana, 29 Jan 1980, Page 12, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Ira Olaf Brown (Aged 87). Hereinafter cited as Reporter-Times.

Mary Jane Holdren1

F, #41446
Last Edited27 Jun 2020
     Mary married Elbern E. Brown.1
     Mary Jane Holdren was identified as the mother of Ira Olaf Brown in Ira's obituary after his death on 26 January 1980.1

Family

Elbern E. Brown
Child

Citations

  1. [S10468] Olaf Brown county native, dies in Columbus, The Reporter-Times, Martinsville, Indiana, 29 Jan 1980, Page 12, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Ira Olaf Brown (Aged 87). Hereinafter cited as Reporter-Times.

Mabel E. Vandivier1

F, #41447, d. 1940
Last Edited27 Jun 2020
     Mabel married Ira Olaf Brown on 3 March 1911.1
     She died in 1940.1
     In the obituary of Ira Olaf Brown who died 26 January 1980, his first wife, the former Mabel E. Vandivier was listed as predeceased.1

Family

Ira Olaf Brown b. 9 Feb 1892, d. 26 Jan 1980

Citations

  1. [S10468] Olaf Brown county native, dies in Columbus, The Reporter-Times, Martinsville, Indiana, 29 Jan 1980, Page 12, column 1 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Ira Olaf Brown (Aged 87). Hereinafter cited as Reporter-Times.

Edith Lacey1

F, #41448
Father*Edward S. Lacey1 b. 26 Nov 1835, d. 2 Oct 1916
Mother*Annette C. Musgrave1 d. 4 Apr 1926
Last Edited28 Jun 2020
     In the obituary of Edward S. Lacey who died 2 October 1916, his daughter, Edith was listed as a survivor.1 She is referenced in my analysis of Jessie P. Lacey and Percy David Veronne Jamieson in June 2020; On two of his passport applications, Percy David Veronne Jamieson had Jessie P. Lacey certify the accuracy of his applications. Since he was a young artist, and she was an art instructor at the Chicago Art Institute, he may have attended the Institute. However, in one of her declarations, she indicated she had known him for 20 years, which was virtually his whole life. Her father, Edward S. Lacey was comptroller of currency in Washington, D.C., so she was probably in a position to introduce Percy to Secretary of State Lansing. In a third passport application, Jessie's sister, Edith Lacey verified the information. So, the Lacey's were probably family friends that who also had contacts that helped him in the passport application process.2

Citations

  1. [S10469] Edward S. Lacey Dies Suddenly, Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, 03 Oct 1916, Page 17, column 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Edward S. Lacey (aged 81). Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  2. [S2] Personal knowledge/research of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207).

Annette C. Musgrave1

F, #41449, d. 4 April 1926
Last Edited1 Aug 2020
     Annette married Edward S. Lacey in 1861 at Charlotte, Michigan, USA.1,2
     She died on 4 April 1926 at Augusta, Georgia, USA.2
     The following selected information is extracted from her obituary. Predeceased: Hon. Edward S. Lacey.2
     In the obituary of Edward S. Lacey who died 2 October 1916, his wife, the former Annette C. Musgrave was listed as a survivor.1
     The following obituary appeared Battle Creek Enquirer published in Battle Creek, Michigan 5 April 1926:
FORMER CONGRESSMAN'S WIDOW DIES IN SOUTH
     Body of Mrs. Edward S. Lacey Will lie Returned to Old Home at Charlotte for Burial.[:CR:]     (Special to the Enquirer-News)
     Charlotte, April 5. Mrs. Edward S. Lacey, widow of the late Hon. Edward S. Lacey, formerly of Charlotte and at one time third district congressman, died yesterday at Augusta, Ga., according to word received here today. Mrs. Lacey's body is to be shipped to Charlotte for burial in Maple Hill cemetery.
     Mr. Lacey was at one time president of the First National bank of Charlotte, during which time he was congressman- He was later comptroller of currency. Following, he moved to Chicago where he was president of one of the large Chicago banks.2


Family

Edward S. Lacey b. 26 Nov 1835, d. 2 Oct 1916
Children

Citations

  1. [S10469] Edward S. Lacey Dies Suddenly, Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, 03 Oct 1916, Page 17, column 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Edward S. Lacey (aged 81). Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  2. [S10471] Former Congressman's Widow Dies In South, Battle Creek Enquirer, Battle Creek, Michigan, Page 1, column 3 viewed at Newspapers.com, Death: Mrs. Edward S. Lacey. Hereinafter cited as Battle Creek Enquirer.

Myrtle Foster1

F, #41450, b. circa 1870, d. 1950
Father*Joshuia Foster1
Mother*Eliza Campbell1
Last Edited30 Jun 2020
     She was born circa 1870 at Indiana, USA.2 Myrtle married General E. Sanders on 9 September 1914 at Indiana, USA.1,3,2,4,5
     She died in 1950.3

Census Data

     Myrtle L. Sanders and General E. Sanders appeared on the 1920 U.S. Federal Census of Oxford, Oak Grove Twp., Benton County, Indiana, enumerated 2 January 1920, enumerated as a carpenter, house and barn. Her son, Hichel Shoemaker was included in the household.5
Mertal (sic) Sanders and Esau Sanders appeared on the 1930 U.S. Federal Census of Oxford, Oak Grove Twp., Benton County, Indiana, enumerated 7 April 1930, enumerated as a carpenter, builder. His mother, Emily Sanders was included in the household.2

Myrtle Sanders and Esau Sanders appeared on the 1940 Federal Census of Oxford, Oak Grove Twp., Benton County, Indiana, enumerated 22 April 1940, enumerated as a carpenter in the building industry. His daughter V. Vema was listed as living with them.4

Family

General Esau Sanders b. 1 Aug 1864, d. 2 Dec 1952
Child

Citations

  1. [S7087] Indiana, Marriages, 1810-2001 (Publisher: FamilySearch), unknown repository, Indiana, Marriages, 1810-2001; "An ancestry.com database based upon one of the same name at FamilySearch, 2013. Marriage dates reflect the date and place of issue of the marriage license, not the actual wedding"; cited as "Indiana, Marriages, 1810-2001., General E Sanders & Myrtle Shoemaker née Foster.
  2. [S10475] Esau Sanders household, 30 Apr 1930 USA Census, Washington, DC, USA, Oxford, Benton, Indiana; Page: 3B; Family: 90; Enumeration District: 0010, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration FHL microfilm: 2340312.
  3. [S10472] Deaths: General Esau Sanders, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 03 Dec 1952, Page 14, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: General Esau Sanders. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.
  4. [S10476] Esau Sanders household, 18 April 1940 U.S. Census, Washington, DC, USA, Page: 10A; Enumeration District: 4-10, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration Roll: m-t0627-01027.
  5. [S10483] General E. Sanders household, 02 Jan 1920 U.S. census, Washington, DC, USA, Oxford, Benton, Indiana; Page: 1B; Family: 21; Enumeration District: 7, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration Roll: T625_423.

Emily Lambert1,2

F, #41451, b. 11 April 1846, d. 22 April 1931
Father*Thornton Lambert1
Mother*Ternina Rankin1
Last Edited6 Jul 2020
     She was born on 11 April 1846 at Lawrence County, Ohio, USA.1,2 Emily married Zachariah Pendleton Sanders on 30 July 1863 at Lawrence County, Ohio, USA.1,2
     She died on 22 April 1931 at Swanington, Center Twp., Benton County, Indiana, USA, at age 85.1
     The following selected information is extracted from her obituary. Survivor(s): General Esau Sanders, Nettie Olive Clark, John H. Sanders, Robert H. Sanders, Emma L. McMasters and Homer S. Sanders. Predeceased: Z. T. Sanders.1 Emily Sanders was buried on 23 April 1931 at Oxford West Cemetery, Oxford, Oak Grove Twp., Benton County, Indiana, USA.1

Census Data

     Emily appeared on the 1930 U.S. Federal Census of Oxford, Oak Grove Twp., Benton County, Indiana, in the household of Esau Sanders and Mertal (sic) Sanders.2
     The following obituary appeared Journal and Courier published in Lafayette, Indiana 22 April 1931:
EMILY SANDERS, BENTON PIONEER, TAKEN BY DEATH
     SWANINGTON. Ind.. April 21.--April (Special)--Mrs. Emily Lambert Sanders, 85, widow of Z. T. Sanders, a veteran of the Civil war, died at 8:30 o'clock this morning at the old family home place here, where she had come only 10 days ago from Oxford. She had been a resident of Benton county 47 years.
     Mrs. Sanders was the oldest daughter of Thornton and Ternina Rankin Lambert, and was born in Lawrence county, Ohio, April 11, 1846. On July 30, 1863, she was married there to Mr. Sanders, who soon thereafter enlisted in Co. 1, Twenty-third Ohio volunteer infantry, serving until the close of the Civil war. During his absence their first son. General Esau Sanders, was born.
     Eight children were born to them in Ohio. On Nov. 4, 1884, they left Ohio, moving to Benton county, near Boswell where their last child was born.
     Surviving are six children: General Esau Sanders and Mrs. Nettie Olive Clark, Oxford; John H., Sheldon, Ill; Robert H. Sanders and Mrs. Emma L. McMasters, Lafayette, and Homer S. Sanders, Roanoke, Ind; 26 grandchildren, 44 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Matilda Duthridge and Romanie Utter, Swanington; a half-sister, Effie Brown, Huntington, W. Va., and three half-brothers, Thomas, Frederick and Rankin Lambert, of West Virginia.
     Short prayer services will be held at the home here Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, followed by funeral services in the Oxford Christian church at 2 o'clock; interment in the west cemetery, Oxford.1


In the death registration of General Esau Sanders who died on 2 December 1952, Emily Lambert was identified as General Esau's mother.3

Citations

  1. [S10473] Emily Sanders, Benton Pioneer, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 22 Apr 1931, Page 11, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Emily Sanders née Lambert. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.
  2. [S10475] Esau Sanders household, 30 Apr 1930 USA Census, Washington, DC, USA, Oxford, Benton, Indiana; Page: 3B; Family: 90; Enumeration District: 0010, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration FHL microfilm: 2340312.
  3. [S6399] Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011 , Ancestry.com, Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011; "Based upon the Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. NOTE: this ancestry.com database includes images of the individual death certificates"; cited as "Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011., Name:     General Esau Sanders.

Zachariah Pendleton Sanders1

M, #41452
Last Edited29 Jun 2020
     Zachariah married Emily Lambert on 30 July 1863 at Lawrence County, Ohio, USA.2,3
     His name was also recorded as Z. T. Sanders.2
     In the obituary of Emily Sanders who died 22 April 1931, her husband, Z. T. Sanders was listed as predeceased.2 In the death registration of General Esau Sanders who died on 2 December 1952, Zacharia Sanders was identified as General Esau's father.4
     June 2020 Research notes:
I wonder why he was know as Z.T. when his name was Zachariah Pendleton Sanders?5

Citations

  1. [S5566] The Tribal Knot, online https://books.google.com/books, Page 140, according to his signature in the transcription of his letter to G.E. Sanders on his son's 52th birthday. G.E.'s mother apparently could not write because she had "someone" write to him enquiring what to name their newborn son.. Hereinafter cited as The Tribal Knot.
  2. [S10473] Emily Sanders, Benton Pioneer, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 22 Apr 1931, Page 11, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Emily Sanders née Lambert. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.
  3. [S10475] Esau Sanders household, 30 Apr 1930 USA Census, Washington, DC, USA, Oxford, Benton, Indiana; Page: 3B; Family: 90; Enumeration District: 0010, United States of America, Bureau of the Census; National Archives and Records Administration FHL microfilm: 2340312.
  4. [S6399] Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011 , Ancestry.com, Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011; "Based upon the Indiana State Board of Health. Death Certificates, 1900–2011. NOTE: this ancestry.com database includes images of the individual death certificates"; cited as "Indiana, Death Certificates, 1899 - 2011., Name:     General Esau Sanders.
  5. [S2] Personal knowledge/research of Rick Moffat (Mesa, AZ 85207).

Thornton Lambert1

M, #41453
Last Edited29 Jun 2020
     Thornton married Ternina Rankin.1

Family

Ternina Rankin
Child

Citations

  1. [S10473] Emily Sanders, Benton Pioneer, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 22 Apr 1931, Page 11, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Emily Sanders née Lambert. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.

Ternina Rankin1

F, #41454
Last Edited6 Jul 2020
     Ternina married Thornton Lambert.1

Family

Thornton Lambert
Child

Citations

  1. [S10473] Emily Sanders, Benton Pioneer, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 22 Apr 1931, Page 11, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Emily Sanders née Lambert. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.

Nettie Olive Sanders1

F, #41455
Father*Zachariah Pendleton Sanders1
Mother*Emily Lambert1 b. 11 Apr 1846, d. 22 Apr 1931
Last Edited29 Jun 2020
     She was born at Ohio, USA.1 Nettie married (?) Clark.1
     In the obituary of Emily Sanders who died 22 April 1931, her daughter, Nettie Olive Clark of Oxford, Indiana, was listed as a survivor.1

Family

(?) Clark

Citations

  1. [S10473] Emily Sanders, Benton Pioneer, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 22 Apr 1931, Page 11, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Emily Sanders née Lambert. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.

(?) Clark1

M, #41456
Last Edited29 Jun 2020
     (?) married Nettie Olive Sanders.1

Citations

  1. [S10473] Emily Sanders, Benton Pioneer, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 22 Apr 1931, Page 11, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Emily Sanders née Lambert. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.

John H. Sanders1

M, #41457
Father*Zachariah Pendleton Sanders1
Mother*Emily Lambert1 b. 11 Apr 1846, d. 22 Apr 1931
Last Edited29 Jun 2020
     He was born at Ohio, USA.1
     In the obituary of Emily Sanders who died 22 April 1931, her son, John H. Sanders of Sheldon, Illinois, was listed as a survivor.1

Citations

  1. [S10473] Emily Sanders, Benton Pioneer, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 22 Apr 1931, Page 11, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Emily Sanders née Lambert. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.

Robert H. Sanders1

M, #41458
Father*Zachariah Pendleton Sanders1
Mother*Emily Lambert1 b. 11 Apr 1846, d. 22 Apr 1931
Last Edited29 Jun 2020
     In the obituary of Emily Sanders who died 22 April 1931, her son, Robert H. Sanders of Lafayette, Indiana, was listed as a survivor.1

Citations

  1. [S10473] Emily Sanders, Benton Pioneer, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 22 Apr 1931, Page 11, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Emily Sanders née Lambert. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.

Emma L. Sanders1

F, #41459
Father*Zachariah Pendleton Sanders1
Mother*Emily Lambert1 b. 11 Apr 1846, d. 22 Apr 1931
Last Edited29 Jun 2020
     She was born at Ohio, USA.1
     In the obituary of Emily Sanders who died 22 April 1931, her daughter, Emma L. McMasters of Lafayette, Indiana, was listed as a survivor.1

Citations

  1. [S10473] Emily Sanders, Benton Pioneer, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 22 Apr 1931, Page 11, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Emily Sanders née Lambert. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.

Homer S. Sanders1

M, #41460
Father*Zachariah Pendleton Sanders1
Mother*Emily Lambert1 b. 11 Apr 1846, d. 22 Apr 1931
Last Edited29 Jun 2020
     He was born at Ohio, USA.1
     In the obituary of Emily Sanders who died 22 April 1931, her son, Homer S. Sanders of Roanoke, Indiana, was listed as a survivor.1

Citations

  1. [S10473] Emily Sanders, Benton Pioneer, Journal and Courier, Lafayette, Indiana, 22 Apr 1931, Page 11, column 2 viewed at Newspapers.com, Obituary: Emily Sanders née Lambert. Hereinafter cited as Journal and Courier.