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Joseph Browning married Amy Passmore.They raised their children in the...

I am looking for Joseph C. Browning.He married Amy (Passmore) Rianeer/Rynier. In the 1850 census, Crosby,Hamilton ,Ohio I found Heaskiah Rianeer age 50 born in PA. with wife Sarah age 45 PA with son Hesakiah 17 Ohio.
Amy and Hesakiah married January 25, 1855 Hamilton Ohio
In the 1860 census Crosby Hamilton Ohio I found
Hesakiah 26 Ohio
Amy 20 Ohio (Passmore)
Louisa 3 1/2 Ohio
James 2 Ohio
Amy and her husband lived next door to her sisterAnna Passmore Campbell and family.
Joseph and Amy was married in Ohio November 25, 1866
Joseph and Amy have bot been found in the 1870 census. Using the childrens ages and birthplaces in the 1880 census, there appears to be a pattern of migration from Ohio to Indiana between 1869 and 1871. They moved on to Illinois between 1874 and 1877. Last they moved to Missouri. It was around the Stoddard Pike Township area.
I have alot of stuff on the Passmore family.
Please contact me on my home email at cte86005@centurytel.net
Thank You,
Judy

Walker in Missouri and Indiana

I am looking for John T. Walker born 1820 Indiana and died 1888/89 around Stoddard County Missouri. He had married several times. I was told 3 but not sure. He had a son Ozias who was born January 11,1861 in Marion, Indiana and died January 29,1943 in or around Stoddard County Missouri.My family comes in on Ozias's daughter, Emma.
I am looking for John T. Walker's parents. John has a granddaughter that is still living. She is from Johns last marriage to a 16 year old girl. He was around 54 or so. He and his last wife had a son named William, who at late in life, he and his wife had a daughter at the age of 50. This is how John still has a granddaughter living. I have talked to her about John and she said that after John had passed on, his wife left Missouri and went back to Indiana where her parents were. She took only one of her children with her. The youngest baby. She left all the other children,one was William, with John's mother's people who she said that they were Cherokee. William told his daughter about living with his grandmother and that she liked candy.
John doctored both Cherokee and white. It seems that John was gifted with the ability to move objects with just by asking. His young bride did not understand his ways and encourged the children not to talk about it. John could forsee what was to happen. It seems that this gift was a very powerfull one because it has been handed down through many generations.
I would like very much to find Johns parents and learn more about him. I am attaching a picture of John Walker.
My home email is cte86005@centurytel.net
Judy

Walker in Missouri and Indiana

I am looking for John T. Walker born 1820 Indiana and died 1888/89 around Stoddard County Missouri. He had married several times. I was told 3 but not sure. He had a son Ozias who was born January 11,1861 in Marion, Indiana and died January 29,1943 in or around Stoddard County Missouri.My family comes in on Ozias's daughter, Emma.
I am looking for John T. Walker's parents. John has a granddaughter that is still living. She is from Johns last marriage to a 16 year old girl. He was around 54 or so. He and his last wife had a son named William, who at late in life, he and his wife had a daughter at the age of 50. This is how John still has a granddaughter living. I have talked to her about John and she said that after John had passed on, his wife left Missouri and went back to Indiana where her parents were. She took only one of her children with her. The youngest baby. She left all the other children,one was William, with John's mother's people who she said that they were Cherokee. William told his daughter about living with his grandmother and that she liked candy.
John doctored both Cherokee and white. It seems that John was gifted with the ability to move objects with just by asking. His young bride did not understand his ways and encourged the children not to talk about it. John could forsee what was to happen. It seems that this gift was a very powerfull one because it has been handed down through many generations.
I would like very much to find Johns parents and learn more about him. I am attaching a picture of John Walker.
My home email is cte86005@centurytel.net
Judy