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Benjamin Kimble 1776-1856 and Vestal (don't know her maiden name) 1784-1861. They had six children
Caleb b.1813, William b.1818, Stephan b.1824, Adam b. 1825, Nancy b.1828 and Jacob b.?.
I believe Benjamin's father was also a Jacob. They lived in Jay County and Salmonia Indiana.
Looking for info on Edward Hands Sr. (1893-1979) and his wife Blanche E. Hands (1893-1956)
They had a daughter Dorothy May Hands Gregory (1913 - 1938) They are all buried in the Justice Cemetary in Oxford Indiana (Benton County). This is all I have. Dorothy was killed in a car accident and another family member raised her three children. There are rumors that there is Native American Ancestry. Any information at all will be appreciated!
Looking for info on Eli H. Pearson (1883-1960) and his wife Blanche M. Pearson (don't know her maiden name), (1884-1966). They are from Carroll County and Rossville Indiana as far as we know. We know of daughters Orpha Pearl (2.27.1912-2.7.1986) and Fern but not sure of other siblings.
Henry Haman of Baden Germany 4.16.1825-8.21.1892. Mary Ann Miller of Switzerland 12.1834-1-1923. They had seven children, Mary b?, Charles b. 1866, Louise b.1868, Lena b.1870, Frederick b.1873, Carolina 1875-1951 (she was married to a man named William Stoner)and Emma Sophia b. 1879. Emma Sophia married Frances Marion Kimble who had my great grandmother Hazel Agatha Kimble Shauver.
Walter W. and Mary Alice Pitcher Campbell from Ireland to Indiana(possible prefix Mc or Mac was dropped)
Looking for info on Walter W. and Mary Alice Pitcher Campbell. They were married 6.23.1907. Walter was born 1886 and died on 11.16.1946. Mary was born in 1891 and died on 8.21.1959. They are both buried at the Spring Vale Cemetary in Lafayette, Indiana. They had two sons we know of. Raymond G. (wife Helen) and Faye Elmer Campbell b. 10.18.1908, Crawfordsvill, Indiana, d. 10.8.1971. His wife was Orpha Pearl Pearson Campbell born 2.27.1912 in Carroll County, Indiana and died 2.7.1986 in Rossville Indiana.
It is said that Walter and Mary were from Ireland and were previously McCampbell or MacCampbell.
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