PARTIAL GENEALOGY OF

SMITH-CANN-TAYLOR-KIDD and Allied Families

 

COMPILED BY JANICE BROWN in January 2006
Historian of East Greenwich Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey

Copyright January 2006-8
Return to the Gloucester County USGenWeb


 

Preface (see below) | Photographs
| Smith Genealogy | Cann Genealogy | Taylor & Fletcher Genealory
| Kidd & Hiles Genealogy | Trueland Genealogy


Preface:
An acquaintance of mine obtained several antique photograph albums and a bible, as an investment for her to resell.  Prior to selling these, she offered this collection to me, temporarily, if I wanted to scan and save these photographs and documents for future generations.  I am not descended from, nor related to anyone, in this genealogy, so I was originally unfamiliar with the names.  It became quickly apparently that simply scanning these photographs would mean nothing unless persons could be identified to match up with the photographs, thereby necessitating the compiling of this family’s genealogy.

 

Much of the starting information that I used to compile this genealogy came from a collection of photograph albums, and a bible belonging to the Taylor family. Some non-Taylor names and dates came from a typewritten note found inside the Taylor Family Bible. The Trueland family vital statistics came from what looks like a single bible page that originally came from a different bible (but was placed inside the “Taylor” bible).  Some of the Taylor Family records were handwritten in the bible.

 

The Salem County Historical Society provided me with the booklet, “Capt. William Smith, etc.” which allowed me to identify even more family members, and therefore even more photographs. Other sources of information may be found in the foot notes of this document. About 1/3 of the photographs in these albums were labeled with names.  Of these photographs, there are only 3 or 4 that I could not positively identify.


Marks and notations: The notation “+” in front of a listing indicates that there is additional genealogical information found later in this document about that person. Hypertext links are included only when a photograph is available [all photographs are found at the end of this document].

 

The numbers preceding some of the individuals in red, i.e. the numbers shown as [#] match up with those given to individuals in the book “Captain William Smith 1742-1820 etc.” I have added additional genealogical information to most of the Captain William Smith generations through personal research.

A FLOWCHART is available to show the relationships of many of the individuals in this genealogy.


The photographs and information on this web site is copyrighted by the author, and may NOT be used, for any reason, without her EXPRESS WRITTEN PERMSSION. The original scans of these photographs are now owned by the Salem County Historical Society.



SMITH FAMILY
For detils on lines not shown here, see the book, “Capt. William Smith 1742-1820 And Some of His Descendants.”

[2] Capt. William Smith, son of Peter & Elizabeth Smith, b. abt 1742, d. 1820.[1] He married 1st) 18 January 1764 in Salem Co NJ to Sarah Stretch; He m2) her sister, Hannah Stretch, both daughters of Bradway and Sarah (Hancock) Stretch.  
Children of Capt. William & Sarah (Stretch) Smith:

1. Lydia Lucette Smith, born: 11 Feb 1764 in Salem Co NJ; d. 28 Oct 1824 in Lower Alloways Creek, Salem Co., NJ; m. 12 Jan 1785 in 1st Baptist Church, Salem, Salem Co., NJ to John Harris. Had 7 children, Stretch, Benjamin, Peter, Lydia, Elizabeth, Margaret and Clarissa.
[4] 2. +Oliver Smith, born abt 1765, d. 1833; m. Hannah Sims
[5] 3. +Phineas Smith, born 17 October 1768,  married Tamson Moore
4. Hannah Smith, born 1770, d. 1823; m. James Sims
5. Milisent Smith

8. Sarah Smith; m. John Blackwood, had issue.
Children of Capt. William & Hannah (Stretch) Smith: [although one source says all ch by 1st wife]:

9. Mary Smith

10. Washington Smith, b. 22 June 1780, d. 1825; m. Mary Patrick.  Had 10 children: Mary Ann, Peter, Abner, Elizabeth, John P., Lucetta, Phineas, Martha, Lydia, Washington Jr.
11. Elizabeth Smith

 

[4]  Oliver SMITH, son of Capt. William & Sarah (Stretch) Smith, b. abt 1765, died 1833, married 5 June 1787 to Hannah Sims, dau of James & Lydia Sims. She b. 1766 and d. 1818
Children of Oliver & Hannah (Sims) Smith:

1. Clarrece “Clare” Smith, married in Cumberland Co NJ 2 Sep 1812 to Edward B. Gibbs
2. Lydia Smith m. ?David Platts
3. Sarah Smith

4. William Smith
5. Oliver Smith Jr.
[25]
6. +James S. Smith, b. abt 1811; he married 3 Mar 1836 in Salem Co. NJ to Sarah Waddington

[25]  
James S. SMITH, son of Oliver & Hannah (Sims) Smith, b. abt 1811 and probably died before the 1870 US Census; He married 3 March 1836[2] to Sarah Waddington. She was b. 23 Oct 1811 in Salem Co NJ, dau of Edward & Prudence (Keasby) Waddington of Salem Co NJ. She reportedly died in 1898. From 1850-1860 James and Sarah are living with their family in Lower Alloways Creek, Salem Co NJ.  In 1870 Sarah is alone living in Lower Alloways Creek NJ, so very probable that James has died by this time.

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1850 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Lower Alloways Creek

James Smith 39 M Farmer 6670 NJ [b abt 1811]

Sarah Smith 37 F NJ [b abt 1813]

Edward Smith 11 M NJ [b abt 1839]

Oliver Smith 7 M NJ [b abt 1843]

James K. Smith 3 M NJ [b abt 1847]

Caroline Barnett 7 F NJ

Tarry Burno 20 M Laborer Ireland

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1860 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Alloway

James S. Smith 49 M Farmer 6000/1000 NJ

Sarah Smith 47 F NJ

Oliver Smith 17 M NJ

James K. Smith 13 M NJ

Joanna Hawes/Hawn 9 F NJ [b abt 1851]

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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Lower Alloways Creek

Peirce/Pierce Permenus 42 M W Laborer NJ

Peirce, Joanna 25 F W keeping House NJ [b abt 1845]

Peirce Francis 1 F W NJ

--living next door--

Smith, Sarah 56 F W Keeping House 700/1600 NJ

Grow, Kate 14 F W Domestic NJ

--living next door--

Smith, Kesaby 23 M W Farmer 9000/1700 NJ

Smith, Mary E., F W Keeping House

Smith, Samuel 5/12 M W NJ

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Children of James & Sarah (Waddington) Smith:
[80] 1. +Edward Waddington Smith, b. September 1838 in NJ; m. Anna Fox

[81] 2. +Oliver Smith, b Oct 1842 in NJ; m. 1 Feb 1866 to Hannah N. Fogg

[82] 3. +James Keasby (aka Keasby, aka James K.) Smith, was b. abt 1847 in NJ; he married by 1870 to Mary E.  --- [“Capt Wm Smith” book says her surname is ?Thorp, dau of Job Thorp]

[80] Edward Waddington Smith, son of James & Sarah (Waddington) Smith, b. Sep 1838 in NJ (probably Salem County); married 1 Dec 1859 in Salem Co NJ to Anna “Annie” Fox, dau of Capt Lewis & Elizabeth (Patrick) Fox. She was born in Feb 1841 in NJ;   From 1860 to 1900 this family is living in Lower Alloway, Salem County, NJ

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U.S. Census > 1860 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Alloway

Edward W. Smith 21 M W Farm Laborer 100 NJ

Anna Smith 19 F NJ
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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Lower Alloways Creek

Smith, Edward 32 M W Farmer 3700/500 NJ

Smith, Annie 29 F W Keeping House NJ

Smith, Lizzie P 9 F W NJ

Smith, Sarah 4 F W NJ

Smith, Lizzie 16 F W domestic NJ

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Lower Alloways Creek > District 140

Smith, Edward W M 41 Farmer NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Annie W F 38 wife Keeping House NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Sallie W F 14 dau at school NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Lizzie, W F 18 dau NJ NJ NJ

Smith, James W M 6 son NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Lewis W M 1 son NJ NJ NJ

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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Lower Alloways Creek > District 173

Smith, Lewis son W M Sep 1878 21 single NJ NJ NJ Farm Laborer

--living next door--

Smith, James Head W M May 1872 28 married 4 yrs NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Mary wife W F Nov 1877 22 married 4 yrs 1 ch 1 living

Smith, Edward W. son W M Oct 1898 1 single NJ NJ NJ

Pinkett, Ceciloug boarder black M Sept 1879 20 single MD MD MD Farm Laborer

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Children of Edward W. & Anna (Fox) Smith: (probably born Salem Co NJ)
1. Elizabeth P. “Lizzie” Smith, b. abt 1861 in New Jersey
2. Sarah “Sallie” Smith, b. abt 1866 in NJ
3. James Smith, b. May 1872 in NJ

4. Lewis Smith, b. September 1878 in NJ

 

[81]  Oliver Smith, son of James & Sarah (Waddington) Smith, b Oct 1842 in NJ; m. 1 Feb 1866 in Salem Co NJ to Hannah M. Fogg, dau of Joseph H. & Rachel (Allen) Fogg. She was born March 1844 in NJ.
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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Lower Alloways Creek

Smith, Oliver 26 M W Farmer 11,000 NJ

Smith, Hannah 24 F W Keeping House NJ

Smith, Emma 3 F W NJ [b abt 1867, prob dy as is not in 1880 census]

Smith, Oliver 1 M W NJ

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Lower Alloways Creek > District 140

Smith, Oliver W M 37 Farmer NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Hannah W F 34 wife Keeping House NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Oliver W M 11 son NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1869]

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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Salem East Ward > District 182

Smith, Oliver Head W M Oct 1842 57 married 32 yrs NJ NJ NJ farmer

Smith, Hannah M. wife W F March 1844 56 married 32 yrs 4 ch 3 living NJ NJ NJ

Hitchner, Rachel dau W F Dec 1880 19 m1x NJ NJ NJ

Hitchner, Casper H. son-in-law W M Sep 1876 23 m1x NJ NJ NJ miller [son of John & Mary]

Smith, Hannah, dau W F June 1883 16 single NJ NJ NJ

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Children of Oliver & Hannah M. (Fogg) Smith: [possibly more children]
1. Emma Smith, b abt 1867, probably died young [is age 3 in 1870 census, and is not seen in 1880 census]
2. Oliver Smith, b. abt 1879 in New Jersey
3. Rachel Smith, b. December 1880 in New Jersey; m. Casper H. Hitchner, son of John & Mary (Johnson) Hitchner of Salem Co NJ. He was born 11 September 1876[3] in New Jersey
3. Hannah Smith, b. June 1883, single and living with parents in 1900 census

 

[82] James Keasby Smith, son of James & Sarah (Waddington) Smith, b. abt 1847 NJ; m. by 1870 to Mary E.  --- ?Thorp, dau of Job Thorp

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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Lower Alloways Creek

Peirce/Pierce Permenus 42 M W Laborer NJ

Peirce, Joanna 25 F W keeping House NJ [b abt 1845]

Peirce Francis 1 F W NJ

--living next door--

Smith, Sarah 56 F W Keeping House 700/1600 NJ

Grow, Kate 14 F W Domestic NJ

--living next door--

Smith, Kesaby 23 M W Farmer 9000/1700 NJ

Smith, Mary E., 23 F W Keeping House [b abt 1847]

Smith, Samuel 5/12 M W NJ

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Lower Alloways Creek > District 140

Smith, James K. W M 22 Farmer NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Mary E, W F 32 wife Keeping House NJ NJ NJ

Smith, James W. W M 10 son NJ NJ NJ

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Children of James K. & Mary E. (?Thorp) Smith:
1. Samuel aka James Smith, b abt 1870 in NJ (probably Salem County)

 

 

[5] Phineas SMITH[4], son of Capt. William Smith, born 17 October 1768,  married Tamson Moore
Children of Phineas & Tamson (Moore) Smith:
[26] 1. +Maria Smith, b. abt 1812 m. David Shough
[27] 2. +Rachel Smith m. James Holliday
[28] 3. +Stephen Smith, b. abt 1810-1811  m. Mary Elliot;

[29] 4. Hannah Smith[5] m. 12 Feb 1829 in Salem Co NJ to William Walker Jr.  [Possibly he is the following:  The US Census of 1850, mortality schedules shows :New Jersey > Salem > Upper Penns Neck > William F. Walker, age 39, male b NJ d. September, occupation waterman, of cholera, 2 days duration.]
[30] 5. +David B. Smith, b 20 Sep 1817 in NJ, m. Mary Reeves
[31] 6. +William M. Smith, b 1 April 1820 [SEE his extended line below]



[26] Maria “Mariah” Smith, dau of Phineas & Tamson (Moore) Smith, b. abt 1812; m. 22 Feb 1838[6] in Salem Co NJ to David Shough. He b. abt 1797 in NJ, and was possibly the son of Jacob & Christianna Shough. He was a ship's carpenter and farmer

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1840 US Census > NJ > Salem > Upper Alloways Creek 

[1 male under age of 5 [William]; 1 male 20-30 [? too old to be a son]; 1 male 40-50 [David]; 1 female 5-10 [? too old to be a daughter]; 1 female 20-30 [Maria]

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1850 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Alloways Creek

David Shough 53 M ships carpenter 2000 NJ [b abt 1797]

Maria Shough 38 F NJ [b abt 1812]

William Shough 11 M NJ [b abt 1838]

Richard Dubois 18 M House Carpenter NJ

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1860 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Alloway

David Shough 62 M Farmer 5000/645 b NJ

Maria Shough 48 F NJ

William L. Shough 21 M Farmer NH

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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Alloways Creek

Shough, David 71 M W Mast Farmer 6600/800 NJ

Shough, Mariah 58 F W Keeps House NJ

[living next door]

Shough, William 32 M W Farm Laborer 7200 NJ

Shough, Ellen Y 33 F W Keeps House NJ

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Child of David & Maria (Smith) Shough:

1. William L. Shough, b. abt 1838 in Salem Co NJ; m. 16 Jan 1856 in Salem Co NJ to Hannah M. J. Johnson. She b. 27 Apr 1835 dau of David & Hannah Johnson of Salem Co NJ; Besides the censuses shown, in 1880 living in Alloway NJ with wife Ellen, no children shown in any census, so probably had no issue.

 

[27] Rachel Smith, dau of Phineas & Tamson (Moore) Smith; married James Holliday.

Child of James & Rachel (Smith) Holliday:

1. +Millicent Holliday, b. 13 Jan 1833 in Salem, Salem Co NJ; living with her uncle, Stephen Smith in 1850 census. She married 31 Aug 1850 in Salem, Salem Co NJ to Ebenezer Brown.

Millicent Holliday, dau of James & Rachel (Smith) Holliday, b. 13 Jan 1833 in Salem, Salem Co NJ and d. 23 March 1864 in Salem, Salem Co NJ; she was living with her uncle, Stephen Smith in 1850 census of Upper Alloways Creek.  She married 31 Aug 1850 in Salem, Salem Co NJ to Ebenezer Brown, son of Zaccheus J. & Eliza (Fogg) Brown. He was b. 9 Nov 1828 in Salem Co NJ and d. 15 Apr 1886 in Salem Co NJ. In 1860 a Millicent Brown is living in Alloway, Salem Co NJ, in the household of Lewis Carll, with her children William, Joanna, and Eliza. [Note: unknown if the following is the same family: The same year (1860) a Ebenezer Brown, age 31 b NJ is an inmate of the State Lunatic Asylum in Ewing, Mercer Co NJ. In 1880 an Ebenezer Brown, age 53 is a pauper living in a home for paupers in Mannington, Salem Co NJ].

Children of Ebenezer & Millicent (Holliday) Brown:

1. William Brown, b. abt 1851

2. Charles Brown, b. abt 1853

3. Joanna Brown, b. abt 1854

4. Eliza J. Brown, b. Apr 1857 in Salem Co NJ; an ancestry.com family tree [which I cannot verify] states she d. Los Angeles Co CA; m. 26 May 1877 in Danville, Vermillion Co IL to Simon F. Fry.

 

[28] Stephen Smith, son of Phineas & Tamson (Moore) Smith was born about 1810-1811 in New Jersey; he married Mary Elliot. She was born about 1811 in NJ. In 1850 they were living in Upper Alloways Creek, Salem Co NJ. In 1880 Stephen & Mary were living in Quinton, Salem Co NJ; In 1850 their niece Millicent is found living with them.  Possibly they did not have children.

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1850 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Alloways Creek

[living next door to brother David P]

Stephen Smith 39 M Store Keeper 1000 NJ [b abt 1811]

Mary Smith 39 F NJ

Millicent Holliday 17 F NJ

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Children of Stephen & Mary (Elliott) Smith:None known

 

[30] David B.[or P.] Smith, son of Phineas & Tamson (Moore) Smith, b. 20 Sep 1817 in NJ, d. 28 Jan 1900, m. 19 Aug 1841[7] to Mary Jane Reeve(s). She b. 4 Feb 1823 dau of Stephen & Sarah (Paulin) Reeves, and died before 1870; He was a storekeeper in Upper Alloways Creek NJ.

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1850 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Alloways Creek

David P. Smith 32 M Storekeeper 1000 NJ

Mary J. Smith 28 F NJ

Rachel A. Smith 9 F NJ

Sarah R. Smith 1 F NJ

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1860 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Alloway

David P. Smith 42 M merchant 20100/2625 NJ

Mary J. Smith 38 F NJ

Rachel A. Smith 18 F NJ

Sarah Smith 14 F NJ

Emmor Smith 11 M NJ

William R. Smith 7 M NJ

Charles A. Smith 1 M NJ

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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Alloways Creek

Smith, David P. 53 M  W retired merchant 23300/3000 NJ

Smith, Emmor 19 M W Farm Laborer NJ

Smith, William R. 15 M W at home NJ

Smith, Charles A. 11 M W at home NJ

Smith, David F. 8 M W at home NJ

Simpkins, Elizabeth 48 F W House Keeper

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Children of David B. & Mary J. (Reeves) SMITH:

1. +Rachel Ann Smith, b. 9 May 1839; d. bef 1873; m. 2 July 1861 in Salem Co NJ to Phineas Sheppard HIRES. He. b 9 May 1839, son of Daniel & Nancy Reeves (Sheppard) Hires. He m2) 9 May 1872 to Lydia Louisa Swing.

2. +Sarah Reeves Smith, b. abt 1849; d. 25 May 1914; buried abt 28 May 1914 Baptist Cemetery, Alloway, Salem Co NJ; m. Charles Timberman

3. Emmor Smith, b. abt 1849; in 1887 and 1887 an Emmor Smith is found in Camden NJ at 521 Fulton place, making/selling cigars, his shop was located at 16 S Del Ave in Philadelphia PA; possibly this is the same one; In 1920 an Emmor Smith (age 68, b abt 1852 NJ) is found in Landis, Cumberland Co NJ with wife Harriet E. (age 66, b abt 1854 MA) and daughter Elizabeth A. (age 37, b abt 1882 NJ)

4. William R. Smith, b. abt 1853

5. Charles A. Smith, b. abt 1859

6. David F. Smith, b. abt 1862

Rachel Ann Smith, dau of David B. & Mary J. (Reeves) SMITH, b. 9 May 1839, d. bef 1873; m. 2 July 1861 in Salem Co NJ to Phineas Sheppard HIRES. He b. 9 May 1839 son of Daniel & Nancy Reeves (Sheppard) Hires. He m2) 9 May 1872 to Lydia Louise Swing. In 1900 living with family in Bridgeton, Cumberland Co NJ

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Cumberland > Deerfield > District 78

Hires, Phinus S. [sic Phineas] W M 39 farmer NJ NJ NJ

Hires, Lydia L. W F 29 wife Keeping House NJ NJ NJ

Hires, Candilla F W 17 dau at home NJ

Hires, Elwood M W 14 son at home NJ

Hires, Rachael, W F 5 dau at home NJ

Hires Chester W M 4 son at home NJ

Hires, Lewis W M 6/12 Nov son at home NJ

Richards, William W M 18 farm laborer NJ

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Children of Phineas Sheppard & Rachel Ann (Smith) HIRES:

1. Candilla "Della" V. Hires, b. abt 1863; in 1900 single and living with her father, stepmother and their children in Bridgeton, Cumberland Co. NJ; in 1930 single living in Hopewell, Cumberland Co NJ as head of household, her uncle Daniel S. Hiles, a widow is living with her.

2. Elwood E. Hires, b. abt 1865; m. Isabella "Bella" Kelty; In 1920 living in Pittsgrove, Salem Co NJ

Children of Phineas Sheppard & Lydia Louise (Swing) HIRES:

3. Rachel Ella "Rae", b. 15 July 1874 in Deerfield, Cumberland Co NJ; m. 15 June 1904 Ernest Garfield Hummel

4. Chester Swing Hires, b. 29 Jan 1876 Bridgeton NJ; d. 10 Jan 1951 in Camden, Camden Co NJ; m. 1896 to Mary Lott; m2) 2 Feb 1910 Eva Hillard; had issue

5. Louis More "Lewis" Hires, b. 27 Nov 1879; m. abt 1902 to Elizabeth G. Redstrake

6. Emmaline "Emma" Downey Hires, b. 3 Jan 1882; m. 1906 to Harvey Kelsey Partridge

7. Phineas Lee "Lee P." Hires, b. 12 March 1884

8. Henry Swing Hires, b. 9 Sep 1887; d. abt 1893

9. Martha Mulford Hires, b. Sep 1889; d. abt 1890

10. Jessie Louisa Hires, b. Dec 1890; d. abt 1891

 

Sarah Reeves Smith, dau of David B. & Mary J. (Reeves) SMITH, b. abt 1849; d. 25 May 1914, buried Baptist Cemetery, Alloway, Salem Co NJ; m. 1869 to Charles H. Timberman. He b. 3 Aug 1833 in Alloway Twp, Salem Co NJ, son of Zaccheus & Mary (Peterson) Timberman). He died 8 Jan 1912 in Alloway NJ; farmer and hotel keeper. Owned Reeves Hotel, Alloway, Salem Co NJ.

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Alloways Creek > District 149

Timberman, Charles W M 37 Farmer NJ NJ NJ

Timberman, Sarah P., W F 31 wife Keeping House NJ NJ NJ

Timberman Zaccheus W M 10 son NJ

Timberman, Mary J.E. W F 8/12 Dec dau NJ

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Children of Charles H. & Sarah Reeves (Smith) Timberman:

1. Zaccheus R. Timberman, b. abt 1869, d. 30 Oct 1880, buried Baptist Cemetery, Alloway, Salem Co NJ.

2. Mary J. Timberman, b. abt Dec 1869, d. 28 Oct 1880, buried Baptist Cemetery, Alloway, Salem Co NJ

3. Reeves Timberman, b. 23 Oct 1881; d. 30 Apr 1942; m abt 1901 to Mary Watson. She b. 31 Jan 1886 Pilesgrove, Salem Co NJ, dau of George W. & Hannah J. (Elwell) Watson of Salem Co NJ. Had issue (1) Sarah J. Timberman, b. 13 Aug 1903, d. 1964, m. abt 1923 to Herman Sakel; (2) Alma T. Timberman, b. 11 June 1905; d. 7 Feb 1991; m. 1930 to Joseph W. Yoerger of Salem Co NJ

4. Frank David Timberman, b. Dec 25 1882[8]; d. 17 Nov 1936[9]; m. abt 1910 to Ruth A. Evans. Station Agent for the Pennsylvania Railroad in Alloway Junction, Salem Co NJ; Had at least one child, a dau Dorothy, b. abt 1925 in NJ

[31] WILLIAM M. SMITH , son of Phineas & Tamson (Moore) Smith, was b. April 1, 1820 in New Jersey, and died April 4, 1901, age 81; he married 3 Aug 1843 in Salem Co. NJ[10] to Abigail A. STANGER, daughter  of Peter & Ann Margaret (Miles) Stanger. She was born 18 Feb 1825, and died 9 Feb 1898; In 1850 they were residing in “Upper Alloways Creek,” in 1860 in Alloway, in 1870 in Pilesgrove, all in Salem County, NJ. In 1900 William, a “widow” is residing with his son, W. Clayton Smith.

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1850 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Alloways Creek

William Smith 30 M Farmer 3000 NJ

Abigail Smith 25 F NJ

Emily Smith 5 F NJ

Quinton Smith 3 M NJ

Harriet Smith 2 F NJ

Peter Stanger 63 M Farm hand NJ

Margaret Stanger 59 F NJ

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1860 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Alloway

William M. Smith 40 M Farmer 2500/1180 NJ

Abigail A. Smith 37 F NJ

Emily C. Smith 14 F NJ

Harriet Smith 12 F NJ

Maria Smith 10 F NJ

Stephen Smith 7 M NJ

Peter Stanger 76 M Laborer

Harrison Schnelbaker 20 M laborer NJ
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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Pilesgrove

Smith, William 50 M W Farmer 9000/2000 NJ

Smith, Abigail 48 F W Keeping House NJ

Smith, Stephen 17 M W on farm NJ

Smith, Clayton 12 M W on farm NJ

Smith, Laura 9 F W at home NJ

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Pittsgrove > District 152

Smith, William W M 60 Farmer NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Abagail W F 55 wife Keeping House NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Stephen W M 27 son works on farm NJ

Smith, Laura W F 18 dau NJ

Smith, Hannah W F 24 dau NJ [this is Stephen’s wife, actually daughter-in-law, not daughter]

[boarder]
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Children of William & Abigail A. (Stanger) SMITH:

[83] 1. +Emily C. Smith, born Sep. 22, 1844 in New Jersey; married Caleb Reeve[s]

2. Quinton K. Smith, born Aug 13, 1846, died Oct 25, 1853 in New Jersey

[85] 3. +Harriet E. Smith, born June 24, 1848 in New Jersey; married Clark A. CANN [see CANN family below]

4. Maria S. Smith, born Nov 2, 1851 in New Jersey, died Nov 25, 1916

[87] 5. +Stephen R. Smith, born Feb 9, 1853 in New Jersey

[88] 6. +Clayton W. Smith, aka W. Clayton Smith, born March 28, 1858 in New Jersey

[89] 7. +Anna Laura “Della” Smith, born Dec 1, 1861 in New Jersey; married Samuel Glenn

 

[83]  Emily C. Smith, dau of William & Abigail A. (Stanger) Smith, was born Sep. 22, 1844 in New Jersey; she  married by 1863 to Caleb Reeve[s]. He was born about 1842 in New Jersey. In 1870 they were living in Pilesgrove Twp, and in 1880 in Woodstown, both Salem County NJ. [Note the members of this family are usually found with an S at the end of their name, but in a few instances, as ‘Reeve’ without the ‘s’ at the end.]

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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Pilesgrove

Reeves, Caleb Jr 28 M W Farmer 3400/500 NJ [b abt 1842]

Reeves, Emily 26 F W Keeping House NJ

Reeves, Harriet 7 F W NJ

Reeves, Quinton K. 5 M W NJ

Reeves, George M 7/12 M W NJ

--living next door--

Reeves, Joseph W. 25 M W Farmer 1300 NJ

Reeves, Louisa 27 F W Keeping House Penna

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Woodstown > District 143

Reeves, Caleb W M 38 Carter NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1842]

Reeves, Emily C W F 36 wife Keeping House NJ NJ NJ

Reeves, Harriet U W F 17 dau at home NJ [b abt 1863]

Reeves, Quinton W M 14 son at school NJ [b abt 1866]

Reeves, George W. W M 10 son at school NJ [b abt 1870]

Reeves, Laura S. W F 8 dau at school NJ [b abt 1872]

Reeves, Andrew W M 43 brother farmer NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1837]

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Children of Caleb & Emily C. (Smith) Reeve[s]:
1. Harriet Reeve[s], b abt 1863 in New Jersey

2. Quinton K. Reeve[s], b. abt 1866 in New Jersey. He married about 1902 to Ella N. --. She was born abt 1868 in NJ. His occupation was gardener. In 1910 they were living in Woodstown Boro, and in 1920 in Pilesgrove, both in Salem Co NJ. There are no children found in either census.

3. George W. Reeve[s], he was born abt 1870 in New Jersey. This is possibly the George Reeve found in the 1910 US Census living in Salem, Salem Co NJ with wife Jennie (b abt 1872 NJ) and son Miller (b abt 1900 NJ)

4. +Laura S. Reeve[s], b. abt 1872 in New Jersey; married about 1893 to William T. Barker.


Laura S. Reeve(s), daughter of Caleb & Emily C. (Smith) Reeve(s), b abt 1872 in NJ; married William T. Barker. He was born about 1872 in Pennsylvania.
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1910 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Woodstown Boro > District 163

Barker, Wm T Head M W 38 m1x 17 yrs PA PA NJ printer own shop [b abt 1872]

Barker, Laura S. wife F W 37 m1x 17 yrs 4 ch 3 living NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1873]

Barker, Wallace son M W 13 single NJ PA NJ [b abt 1897]

Barker, Marian dau F W 11 single NJ PA NJ

Barker, Emily dau F W 2 single NJ NJ NJ

---living nearby---

Smith George I Head M W 38 m1x 18 yrs DE DE DE

Smith, Agnes wife F W 35 m1x 18 yrs 3 ch 3 living DE DE DE

Smith, Clarence son M W 17 single DE

Smith, Lillian dau F W 14 single DE

Smith, George son M W 10 single DE

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1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Pilesgrove > District 185

Barker, William T. Head M W 49 married PA PA England printer, own shop [b abt 1871]

Barker, Laura S. wife F W 47 married NJ NJ NJ

Barker, Emily E. dau F W 14 single NJ PA NJ [b abt 1906]

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Children of William T. & Laura S. (Reeve[s]) Barker:

1.  Preston Wallace Barker, born 13 May 1896[11] in Woodstown, Salem Co., NJ; d. 20 Jun 1954 Santa Barbara California. The back of his photograph states: “Preston Wallace Barker, enlisted Dec. 13, 1917, yeoman stationed U.S. Naval Training Station, Newport, R.I.
2.  Marian Barker, born about 1898 in NJ
3.  Emily Barker, born about 1908 in NJ

 

[87] Stephen R. Smith, son of William & Abigail A. (Stanger) Smith, born Feb 9, 1853 in New Jersey. He married about 1878 to Hannah ---.  She was b. Dec 1853 in New Jersey. Stephen was a farmer. From 1880 through 1930 they were living in Upper Pittsgrove, Salem County, New Jersey. [See 1880 census under the listing for Stephen’s father, William].

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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Pittsgrove > District 186

Smith, Stephen Head W M Feb 1853 47 married 22 years NJ NJ NJ Farmer

Smith, Hannah, wife W F Dec 1853 44 married 22 yrs 4 ch 4 living NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Herbert son W M June 1880 19 single NJ

Smith Warren son W M Aug 1881 18 single NJ

Smith, Erma dau W F Jan 1886 13 single NJ

Smith, Ethel dau W F July 1892 7 single NJ

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1910 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Pittsgrove Twp > District 162

Smith, Stephen Head M W 53 m1x 31 yrs NJ NJ NJ Farmer, General Farm

Smith, Hannah wife F W 53 m1x 31 yrs 4 ch 4 living NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Warren, son W F 27 single NJ NJ NJ, Farmer, home farm

Smith, Ethel dau F W 17 single NJ NJ NJ

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1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Pittsgrove > District 184 [same in 1930]

Smith, Stephen R. Head M W 65 married NJ NJ NJ Farmer

Smith, Hannah wife F W 64 married NJ NJ NJ

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1930 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Pittsgrove > District 24

Smith, Warren Head M W 48 married at age 32 NJ NJ NJ Farmer, general farm

Smith, Helen P. wife F W 49 married at age 35 NJ NJ PA

Smith, W. Harold, son M W 14 single NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Margaret K.  F W 12 single NJ NJ NJ

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Children of Stephen R. & Hannah (?) Smith:

1. Herbert Smith, b. June 1880 in New Jersey

2. +Warren Smith, b. Aug 1881 in New Jersey, died Dec 1969 in Elmer, Salem County, New Jersey; m. Helen P. Coombs

3. Erma Smith, b. Jan 1886 in New Jersey

4. Ethel Smith, b. July 1892 in New Jersey

Warren Smith, son of Stephen R. & Hannah (?) Smith, b. 5 Aug 1881 in New Jersey, died Dec 1969 in Elmer, Salem County, New Jersey; he married about 1913-1917 to Helen P. Coombs.  She was born May 1880 in Salem Co. New Jersey. In 1920 and 1930 they were living in Upper Pittsgrove, Salem Co., New Jersey.
Children of Warren & Helen P. (Coombs) Smith:
1. W. Harold Smith, b. abt 1916 NJ; died 20 Feb 2005; buried Daretown Cemetery, Salem Co NJ. He married – Finley.

2. Margaret K. Smith, born abt 1918 NJ; married – Hitchner.

 

[88]  Clayton William Smith, [aka W. Clayton] son of William & Abigail A. (Stanger) Smith born March 28, 1858 in New Jersey. He married about 1883 to Sarah “Sallie” English, daughter of James & Caroline C. English. She was b. Nov 1859 in New Jersey.  

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Alloways Creek > District 149

English, James N. W M 52 lawyer NJ NJ NJ

English, Caroline C., W F 48 wife keeping house NJ

English, Sallie F. W F 20 dau NJ

English, Ralph Linwood W M 14 son NJ

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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Pilesgrove > District 178

W. Clayton Smith Head M W March 1859 42 married 17 yrs NJ NJ NJ Farmer

Smith, Sarah wife W F Nov 1859 41 married 17 yrs 5 ch 1 living NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Neva L. dau W F Dec 1884 15 single NJ

Smith, Florus son M W March 1886 14 single NJ

Smith, Carrie E dau W F Sep 1891 8 single NJ

Smith, Lucetta M. dau W F Jan 1897 3 single NJ

Smith, William M. Father W M Apr 1820 80 widow NJ

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1910 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Pilesgrove Twp > District

152

Smith, Clayton, W Head M W 51 m1x 26 yrs NJ NJ NJ Farmer, General Farm

Smith, Sarah F., wife F W 50 m1x 26 yrs 4 ch 4 living NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Carrie C., dau F W 18 single NJ

Smith, Loucetta M, dau F W 13 single NJ

English, Caroline C. mother-in-law F W 76 widow 3 ch 2 living NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1834]

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1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Pilesgrove > District 185

Smith, Clayton Head M W 61 married NJ NJ NJ no occupation

Smith, Sarah wife F W 60 married NJ NJ NJ
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Children of Clayton W. & Sarah (English) Smith:

1. Neva L. Smith, b. Dec 1884 New Jersey

2. Florus Smith, b. 25 March 1886 New Jersey[12], and died  Dec 1970 probably in Woodstown NJ; he married by 1912 to Florence I. --. She was born about 1892 in PA. Had at least one child, Neva M., b. abt 1912 in NJ.  In 1920 living in Pilesgrove, Salem Co NJ, working as a bookkeeper for the farmer's exchange.  In 1930 he was living in Woodstown, NJ, an automotive salesman.
3. Carrie C. Smith, b. Sep 1891 New Jersey

4. Lucetta Morton Smith b. Jan 1897 in New Jersey

 

 

[89] Anna Laura “Della” Smith,  daughter of William & Abigail A. (Stanger) Smith, born Dec 1, 1861 in New Jersey; married about 1893 to Samuel Glenn. He was born May 1860 in Pennsylvania. They resided in Upper Pittsgrove, New Jersey. [2nd photograph]

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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Pittsgrove > District 186

Glenn, Samuel Head M W May 1860 39 married PA PA Germany laborer

Glenn, Laura wife W F Dec 1861 38 married 2 ch 2 living NJ NJ NJ

Glenn, John G. son W M Sep 1890 9 single NJ PA NJ

Glenn, Mildred dau W F Aug 1896 3 single NJ PA NJ

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1930 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Pittsgrove > District 24

Glenn, Samuel Head 1000 M W 69 married at age 34 PA PA PA Laborer general Farm

Glenn, Laura wife WF W 68 married at age 33 NJ NJ NJ

Glenn, Mildred T.  F W 33 single NJ PA NJ

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Child of Samuel & Anna Laura (Smith) Glenn:
1. Mildred T. Glenn, born 28 August 1896[13] in New Jersey, and died Jul 1987 probably in Woodstown NJ.  She married 21 July 1936 to Lee Adam Ware. He was born 13 June 1898[14], son of Preston & Christina Permelia (May-Shrake) Ware. He died 6 Apr 1992.

 


CANN FAMILY

 

John H. Cann, b. 18 June 1818 in New Jersey, died 18 Jan 1893, aged 74 yrs 7 mo.; He married 6 May 1843[15] in Salem Co NJ to Henrietta KIDD, daughter of Joseph & Jane (Avis) Kidd. She was born about 1822 in New Jersey [see KIDD genealogy].

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1860 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Pilesgrove

John H. Cann 41  M master farmer? 8000/1500 NJ [b abt 1818-19]

Henry Etta Cann 38 F NJ [b abt 1822]

Hannah Ann Cann 14 F NJ

Clark S. Cann 12 M NJ

Mary Jane Cann 9 F NJ

Harriet Cann 6 F NJ

Ella Cann 3 F NJ

Amy Cann 75 F [boarding crossed out] NJ [b abt 1785 NJ]

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Children of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann:
1. +Hannah Ann Cann, b Oct 1846 in NJ; married Hiram Smith

2. +Clark A/S. Cann, born Jan. 3, 1848 NJ, died Sep 27, 1924

3. Mary Jane “Jennie K.” Cann b. abt 1851 NJ; in 1900 boarding in house of uncle Hiram Smith
4. +Harriet “Hattie” Cann, b abt 1854 in NJ; married William Smith, son of Samuel & Rachel Smith of Salem, Salem Co NJ. He was born about 1857 in NJ, and was a blacksmith by trade.

5. Ella Cann, b. abt 1857

 

Hannah Ann Cann,  daughter of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann, born Oct 1846 in NJ; married abt 1870 to Hiram W. Smith. He was born April 1842 in New Jersey, son of Benjamin & Elizabeth (Hancock) Smith of Pilesgrove, New Jersey. In 1870 they were living in Pilesgrove, then from 1880 to 1900, they were living in Pilesgrove, both in Salem County, New Jersey.
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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Pilesgrove

Smith, Benjamin 56 M W Farmer 4700/1200 NJ [b abt 1814]

Smith, Washington 18 M W on farm NJ

Smith, Elizabeth 53 F W Keeping House NJ

--living next door--

Smith, Hiram 27 M W brick maker NJ

Smith, Hannah 24 F W keeping House NJ

Smith, Elizabeth 7/12 F W at home NJ

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Pittsgrove > District 152

Smith, Hiram W M 38 Farmer NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1842]

Smith, Hannah W F 34 wife Keeping House NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1844]

Smith, Mary E. W F 10 dau NJ NJ NJ

Smith Harry, W. M 5 son NJ NJ NJ

Waters, Charles W M 21 Laborer, farm laborer NJ NJ NJ

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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Pittsgrove > District 186

Smith, Hiram W. Head W M April 1842 58 married 30 yrs NJ NJ NJ Farmer

Smith, Hannah wife W F Oct 1846 53 married 30 yrs 5 ch 3 living NJ NJ NJ

Smith, Harry W. son W M Oct 1871 28 single NJ

Smith, Emma, W F Dec 1882 19 single NJ

Smith, Alberta R.  W F Nov 1885 14 single NJ

Cann, Jennie, boarder, W F Nov 1850 49 single NJ NJ NJ

Forlin/Forlon, George boarder W M June 1854 46 single PA PA PA

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Children of Hiram W. & Hannah Ann (Cann) Smith:

1. Mary Elizabeth Smith, b. abt 1870 in NJ, probably died young

2. child, probably died young

2. Harry W. Smith, b. Oct 1871 in New Jersey [see 2nd photograph]

3. Emma Smith, b. Dec 1882 in New Jersey

4. +Alberta R. Smith, b. Nov 1885 in New Jersey; m. William Neal


Alberta R. Smith, dau of Hiram W. & Hannah A. (Cann) Smith, was b. abt Nov 1885 in New Jersey. She married abt 1910 to William Neal. He was born about 1885 in New Jersey.  In 1920 was living in Upper Pittsgrove, Salem Co NJ; in 1930 living in Paulsboro, Gloucester Co NJ.
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1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Pittsgrove > District 184

Neal, William Head M W 35 married NJ England NJ rents farm [b abt 1885 NJ]

Neal Alberta wife F W 32 married NJ Ire Ire

Neal, Wallace, son M W 5 single NJ NJ NJ

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1930 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Gloucester > Paulsboro > District 23

Neal William Head M W 45 married at age 25 NJ NJ NJ watcher oil plant

Neal, Alberta wife F W 42 married at age 22 NJ NJ NJ

Neal, Wallace, son M W 15 single NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1915]

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Child of William & Alberta R. (Smith) Neal:
1. Wallace Neal, b. 16 June 1914,  and d. March 1985 Paulsboro, Gloucester Co NJ [from Social Security Death Index]

 

 

Harriet “Hattie” Cann, daughter of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann, b abt 1854 in NJ; married William Smith, son of Samuel & Rachel Smith of Salem, Salem Co NJ. He was born about 1857 in NJ, and was a blacksmith by trade.
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1860 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Salem

Samuel Smith 33 M Laborer $25 b. Cumberland Co NJ

Smith, Rachel 28 F b Salem Co NJ

Smith, Charles B. 7 M b Salem Co NJ

Smith, William G., 2 M b Salem Co NJ

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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Salem

Smith, Samuel 42 M W laborer NJ [b abt 1828]

Smith, Rachel 38 F W keeps house NJ

Smith, Charles 17 M glass blower NJ [b abt 1853]

Smith, William 13 M W NJ

Smith, Mary 11 F W school NJ

Smith, Ida L 6 F W NJ

Smith, Anna B. 4 F W NJ

Smith, Lillie 7/12 F W NJ Oct

--living next door--

Switcher John, Sarah, Lillie

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Allowaystown >

District 149

Smith, William W M 23 blacksmith NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1857]

Smith, Hattie W F 24 wife Keeping house NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1856]

Smith, Maud W F 5 dau NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1875]

Smith, Leroy W M 2 son NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1878]

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Children of William & Harriet “Hattie” (Cann) Smith:
1. Maud Smith, b. abt 1875 in New Jersey
2. Leroy Smith, b. abt 1878 in New Jersey



Clark A. CANN,  son of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann, born 3 Jan, 1848[16] in Mannington, NJ, died Sep 27, 1924; married 5 March 1868 to [85] Harriet E. SMITH.  She was born 24 June 1848[17]  in Quinton, New Jersey,  daughter of William M. & Abigail A. (Stanger) Smith, and died 6 August 1933. In 1888-1889 they were shown in the Camden City Directory, living 443 Kaighn's Avenue, occupation salesman; in the 1890-1891 Camden Directory they were living 323 Mount Vernon, occupation collector. In 1930 Harriet is living with her daughter Mary Ella

[see group photograph of this Cann family] [see 2nd photograph of Clark Cann]

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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Upper Alloways Creek

Cann, Clarke 22 M W Caster 800 NJ

Cann, Harriet 21 F W Keeping House NJ

Cann, Flourence 1 F W NJ

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1880 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden > District 53

Cann, Clark W M 32 head street car driver NJ NJ NJ

Cann, Harriet W F 31 wife keeping house NJ NJ NJ

Cann, Florence W F 11 dau NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1869]

Cann, Dallas W M 9 son NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1871]

Cann, Mary E. W F 7 dau NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1873]

Cann, Minnie W F 5 dau NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1875]

Cann, William W M 2 son NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1878]

[boarders]

Smith, James, W M 25 boarder street car driver NJ NJ NJ

Cane, Jane, W F 24 boarder dressmaker NJ NJ NJ
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Children of Clark & Harriet E. (Smith) CANN:

[229] 1. +Florence M. Cann, born March 3, 1870 in NJ; married Joseph R. TAYLOR Jr. [see below under TAYLOR family]

[230] 2. +Dallas Cann, b. abt 1871 in NJ

[231] 3. +Mary Ella “Nellie” Cann, born Jan 1, 1872 in NJ; married Howard C. Truax.

[232] 4. +Minnie H. Cann, born March 3, 1875 in NJ; married William H. Pearce

[233] 5. Anna L. [Note: the “Capt. William Smith book lists this child, but I did not find her in records, possibly she died young]

[233a] 5. +William Humphreys[18] Cann, born Feb 3, 1878 [not mentioned in the “Capt William Smith” book, so I have assigned him number 233a]

 

 

[230] Dallas Cann, son of Clark & Harriet (Smith) Cann, b. abt 1871 in New Jersey. He married 1st) in 1893 to Mary “Marie or Mamie” A. [19]. --. She b. March 1870 in New Jersey. She died by 1908.  Dallas married 2d abt 1908 to Lidie V/J. --.  She was born about 1877 in NJ.  In 1887 and 1888 Dallas was an apprentice[20] to J Harry Knerr. From 1900-1930 he is shown in the U.S. Census living in Camden, New Jersey, as a jeweler and repairer for a jewelry store.

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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden Ward 9 > District 76

Cann, Dallas Head M W Sep 1870 29 married 7 yrs NJ NJ NJ [the occupation watchmaker was placed on an entry above his name, for a child of a previous family, then crossed out. I suspect that occupation was meant for Dallas, whose occupation was left blank in this census]

Cann, Mary A wife W F March 1870 30 married 7 yrs 0 ch NJ NJ NJ

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1910 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > 9-Wd Camden > District 60

Cann, Dallas A. Head M W 59 1x 3 yrs NJ NJ NJ Manager, Store

Cann, Lidie A. wife F W 33 m1x 2 yrs 1 ch 1 living NJ PA PA

Cann, Mary K. dau F W 2/12 single NJ NJ NJ

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1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden Ward 9 > District 59

Cann, Dallas R. Head M W 50 married NJ NJ NJ repairer jewelry store

Cann, Lidie V wife F W 43 married NJ NJ PA[crossed out] NJ

Cann, Mary K dau F W 9 single NJ NJ NJ

Cann, Bertha K dau F W 4 single NJ NJ NJ

Brigham, Esther lodger F W 20 single NJ NJ NJ teacher

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1930 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden > District 39

Cann Dallas R Head M W 60 married at age 21 NJ NJ NJ  Jeweler [b abt 1870]

Cann Lidie J wife F W 53 married at age 29 NJ PA PA

Cann, Mary R dau F W 20 single NJ NJ NJ

Cann, Bertha K. dau F W 15 single NJ NJ NJ

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Children of Dallas & Lidie Cann:
[397] 1. Mary K. Cann, b. abt 1910/1911 in NJ
[398] 2. Bertha K. Cann, b. abt 1915/1916 in NJ

 

 

[231] Mary Ella “Nellie”Cann, daughter of Clark & Harriett (Smith) Cann, born Jan 1, 1872 in NJ; married about 1894 to Howard C. Truax, son of Elias S. & Mary J. Truax, and grandson of Anthony Truax[21]. He was born Feb 1871 in New Jersey.  They resided in Camden and Collingswood, both in Camden County New Jersey.  In 1930, Mary Ella’s mother, Harriett Cann was residing with them. [See second photograph]

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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden Ward 6 > District 56

Truax, Howard C. Head  W M Feb 1871 29 married 6 yrs NJ NJ NJ butter salesman

Truax, Mary E. wife W F June 1872 28 married 6 yrs 1 ch 1 living NJ NJ NJ

Truax, Estella C. dau W F March 1895 5 single NJ

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1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Collingswood > District 104

Truax, Howard E. Head M W 48 married NJ NJ NJ

Truax, Mary E. wife F W 48 married NJ NJ NJ

Truax, Estelena  F W 24 single NJ NJ NJ

Truax, WIlliam D. son M W 17 single NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1903]
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1930 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Collingswood > District 94

Truax, Howard E. head 8000 M W 59 married at age 23 NJ NJ NJ deputy county collector

Truax, Mary E. wife F W 58 married at age 22 NJ NJ NJ

Truax, Estielena C.  F W 35 single NJ NJ NJ

Cann, Harriett E. mother-in-law F W 81 married at age 20 NJ NJ NJ

[2 unrelated boarders]

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Child of Howard C. & Mary E. (Cann) Truax:
1. Estielena C./Estella “Estey” Truax, born March 1895 in New Jersey

2. William D. Truax, b. abt 1903 in New Jersey. He married about 1928 to Ethel --.  She b. about 1904 in Pennsylvania.  In 1930 living in Collingswood, Camden Co NJ with wife and son William, age 1 [so b abt 1929 NJ], William Sr.'s occupation at the time being rate setter for a radio company.

 

[232] Minnie H. Cann,  daughter of Clark & Harriet (Smith) Cann born March 3, 1875 in NJ; married about 1921 to William H. Pearce.  He was born about 1877 in Pennsylvania.  In 1920 residing in Philadelphia PA. [See second photograph]
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1920 United States Federal Census > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Philadelphia Ward 42 > District 1560

Pearce, William H. Head M W 43 married MD MD MD Dealer, Meats Prov

Pearce, Minnie H. wife F W 44 married NJ NJ NJ

Pearce, Harriett  F W 23 single Phila PA MD NJ Teacher

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Child of William H. & Miinie H. (Cann) Pearce:
1. +Harriett Pearce, b. abt 1897 in Philadelphia PA

 

Harriett Pearce, daughter of William H. & Minnie H. (Cann) Pearce, was b about 1897 in Philadelphia PA. She married about 1921 to Charles B. Dugan Junior, son of Charles B/E. & Eva Dugan of Philadelphia.  He was born about 1896 in New York State. [See 2nd picture of Harriett]

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1920 United States Federal Census > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Philadelphia Ward 23 > District 680

Dugan, Charles E. head M W 53 married NY Ire United States cement agent [b abt 1867]

Dugan, Eva wife F W 50 Married PA PA PA

Dugan, Charles W? son M W 23 single NY NY PA

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1930 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Essex > Montclair > District 546

Dugan, Charles B. Jr. Head 13,500 M W 34 married at age 25 NY NY PA Accountant, electrical [b abt 1896] [married about 1921]

Dugan, Harriet wife F W 33 married at age 24 PA MD NJ

Dugan, Harriett, dau F W 6 single NJ NY PA [b abt 1926]

Dugan, Charles  son M W 1-6/12 single NJ NY PA [b abt 1928]

Dugan, William, son M W 2/12 single NJ NY PA [b abt 1929]

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Children of Charles B. & Harriett (Pearce) Dugan Jr.:

1. Harriett Dugan, b. abt 1926 New Jersey
2. Charles Dugan, b. abt 1928 New Jersey
3. William Dugan, b. abt 1929 New Jersey


[233a] William Humphreys Cann, son of Clark & Harriet E. (Smith) Cann, born 3 Feb 1878; married about 1897 to Florence M. --. She b. May 1877 in England. In 1900-1920 living in Camden, New Jersey. He was a fireman, and also a horse salesman. [see childhood photograph]
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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden Ward 5 > District 53

Cann, William Head W M Feb 1878 22 married 3 yrs NJ NJ NJ Fireman

Cann, Florence wife W F May 1877 23 married 3 yrs 1 ch 1 living England England England

Cann, Thelma, dau W F May 1888?/89 1/12 single NJ NJ England

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1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden Ward 13 > District 89

Cann Wm. H., Head M W 42 married NJ NJ NJ horse salesman, horse market

Cann, Florence M. wife F W 43 married immigrated 1885 naturalized England England England

Cann, Thelma C.  F W 19 single NJ NJ England, clerk, life ins co [b abt 1901]

Cann, Dallas W. son M W 15 single NJ NJ England [b abt 1905]

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Children of William H. & Florence M. CANN:
1. Thelma C. Cann, b. abt 1901 New Jersey
2. +Dallas W. Cann, b. abt 1905 New Jersey

 

 

Dallas W. Cann, son of William & Florence M. Cann, b. abt 1905 in New Jersey. Married about 1927/1928 to Anna F. --.  She b. abt 1905 in Norway.

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1930 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Pennsauken > District 165

Cann, Dallas W., Head M W 25 married at age 23 NJ NJ England, Insurance Adjuster

Cann, Anna F., wife F W 23 married at age 21 NJ Norway Norway

Cann, Dallas W., son M W 1-1/12 single NJ NJ NJ

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Child of Dallas & Anna F. Cann [may be more]

1. Dallas W. Cann, b. abt 1929 in New Jersey.  The 1994 U.S. Telephone Directory shows a Dallas W. Cann living on N. Maple Avenue in Marlton, New Jersey


 TAYLOR & FLETCHER FAMILY

 

Joseph R. Taylor was born New Castle Del. Dec 8, 1825, and died June 5, 1900. He married 14 March 1849[22] to Mrs. Rhoda B. Stroud (nee Barnes). She was born Cape May Co NJ, Jan 28, 1825 and died July 6, 1895.  By her previous marriage, Rhoda had a son, William Thomas Stroud, born 21 March 1845, died 28 Jan 1850. The Taylor Bible states Joseph R. Taylor died 5 June 1900[23]. In 1900 Joseph R. Sr. is living in Camden NJ with his son Joseph Jr.

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1860 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden South Ward

Joseph R. Taylor 34 M Lawyer 800/100 Maryland [b abt 1826]

Rhoda Taylor 33 F NJ

Alfred Taylor 12 M PA [b abt 1848]

Amanda Taylor 10 F NJ

Harriet Taylor 7 F NJ

Joseph R. Jr. 7/12 M NJ

Emma Beckworth 15 F domestic PA

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Children of Joseph R. & Rhoda B. (Barnes) TAYLOR:

1. Alfred Taylor, born Aug 26, 1847 in PA; died Aug 10, 1864

2. +Amanda Taylor born Feb 27, 1850 in NJ; died Nov 20 1904; m. Franklin B. Fletcher

3. Harriet “Hat” Taylor born July 16, 1852 in NJ; died April 10, 1923; m. – Gray. 

4. Mary Ann Taylor born Jan 26, 1854 prob NJ; died Oct 18, 1854

5. +Joseph R. Taylor [Jr.], born Oct 26, 1859 in NJ; died July 23, 1922; married [229]

Florence M. CANN, daughter of Clark A. & Harriet E. (Smith) CANN.

 

 

Amanda Taylor,  daughter of Joseph R. & Rhoda (Barnes) Taylor,  born Feb 27, 1850 died Nov 20 1904; m. Franklin B. Fletcher, son of Thomas & Ann/Anna L. (Leonard) Fletcher. He was born Dec 1837 in Pennsylvania. In 1870 they were living in Scranton, Luzurne Co PA; in 1880 and 1900 living in Philadelphia PA.

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1850 United States Federal Census > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Philadelphia Upper Delaware Ward

John Leonard 60 M House Carpenter NJ

Margaret Leonard 50 F PA

Thomas Fletcher 39 M Laborer PA [b abt 1811]

Ann L. Fletcher 39 F PA

Prudence Fletcher 15 F PA

Franklin Fletcher 13 M PA

Mary Ann Fletcher 11 F PA

Catherine J. Fletcher 9 F PA

John W. Fletcher 7 M PA

Thad. L. Fletcher 11/12 M PA

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1860 United States Federal Census > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Philadelphia Ward 3

Anna Fletcher 49 F Laborer 50 PA

Franklin Fletcher 22 M PA

John Fletcher 17 M PA

George Fletcher 14 M PA

Thomas Fletcher 9 M PA

Sarah Fletcher 8 F PA

Clementine Fletcher 10 F PA

Mary Nelson 21 F PA

John Nelson 22 M Carver PA

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1870 United States Federal Census > Pennsylvania > Luzerne > Scranton Ward 5

Fletcher, Franklin 32 M W clergyman 1800 PA [b abt 1838]

Fletcher, Amanda 19 F W keeping House NJ [b abt 1851]

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1880 United States Federal Census > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Philadelphia > District 314

Fletcher, Franklin M W 40 oyster dealer PA Ireland PA

Fletcher, Amanda W F 30 wife Keeping House NJ Delaware NJ

Fletcher May W F 7 dau at school PA PA NJ

Rowe, Maurice W M 40 laborer PA NJ NJ

Rowe, Harriet W F 30 wife Works in cott mill Ohio Ohio Ohio

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1900 United States Federal Census > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Philadelphia Ward 19 > District 378

Fletcher Franklin B Head M W Dec 1837 62 married at 35 yrs PA DE PA

Fletcher, Amanda wife W F Feb 1850 50 Married at age 33, 3 ch 2 living NJ Del NJ

[boarders]

Fletcher, James L. son M W Jan 1881 18 single PA PA NJ

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Children of Franklin B. & Amanda (Taylor) Fletcher:
1. May Fletcher, b. abt 1873 in Pennsylvania

2. +James Lippincott Fletcher, b. 4 June 1882 in Pennsylvania, probably in Philadelphia

 

 

James Lippincott Fletcher, son of Franklin B. & Amanda (Taylor) Fletcher b. 4 June 1882[24] in Pennsylvania, probably in Philadelphia. He married about 1907 to Emma Rosina --.  She b. abt 1880-1881 in Pennsylvania. In 1910-1930 living in Riverside Township, Burlington County, NJ. Occupation: coffee salesman.

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1910 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Burlington > Riverside Twp > District 76

[boarding in household of Adam & Bertha Rhoads]

Fletcher, Emma R. Boarder F W 28 m1x 4 yrs 1 ch 0 living PA Germany-Ger Germany-Ger

Fletcher, James L. Boarder M W 28 m1x 4 yrs 0 ch 0 living PA NJ NJ

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1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Burlington > Riverside > District 105

Indexed as Flecker

Flecher [sic Fletcher], James L. Head M W 37 married PA PA NJ salesman, coffee

Flecher, Emma R. wife F W 39 married PA Germany PA [b abt 1881]

Flecher, Edna E. dau F W 9 single NJ [b abt 1911]

Flecher, Walter J. son M w 7 s NJ [b abt 1913]

Flecher, Mertle B. dau F W 5 single NJ [b abt 1915]

Flecher, Franklin B father M W 82 widow PA DE PA

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1930 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Burlington > Riverside > District 64

Fletcher, James Lippincott Head M W 47 married at age 23 PA NJ NJ coffee roaster, coffee plant [b abt 1883] [married about 1906]

Fletcher, Emma C. wife F W 50 married at age 26 PA ?Germany Germany [b abt 1880]

[married about 1907

Fletcher, Walter Jr. son M W 17 single NJ PA PA [b abt 1913]

Fletcher, Mertle B dau F W 15 single NJ PA PA [b abt 1915]

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Children of James Lippincott & Emma Rosina (?) Fletcher:

1. child, born and died young

2. Edna E. Fletcher, b. abt 1911 NJ

3. Walter J. Fletcher, b. abt 1912/1913 NJ

4. Mertle B., b. abt 1915 NJ

 

Harriet “Hat” Taylor,  daughter of Joseph R. and Rhoda (Barnes) Taylor, born July 16, 1852 in NJ; died April 10, 1923 [2nd photograph] [3rd photograph]; m. ----- Gray. 
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U.S. Census > 1910 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > 9-Wd Camden > District 63

Gray, Harriett head F W 55 married 2x 23 yrs 3 ch 1 living NJ Delaware NJ

Gray, Mary F.,  F W 25 single NJ Delaware NJ [b 1885]

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1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden Ward 9 > District 62

Gray, Harriett Head F W 66 widow NJ NJ NJ

Gray, Mary J. dau F W 38 single NJ NJ NJ operator, factory [b 1882] m. – Fowler

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Children of ---- & Harriet (Taylor) GRAY:
1. unknown
2. unknown
3. Mary F/J., Gray born between born between 1882-1885 in New Jersey or Delaware. She married ---- Fowler.

 

Joseph R. Taylor, Jr., son of Joseph R. & Rhoda (Barnes) Taylor, born 26 Oct 1859; died 23 July 1922.  He married 24 November 1886 to [229]  Florence M. CANN,  daughter of Clark A. & Harriet E. (Smith) Cann.  She was born March 3, 1869/1870 in Salem Co NJ.  In 1900 the family was living in Camden, Camden Co., New Jersey. He was an attorney. [see 2nd photograph]

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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden Ward 5 > District 51

Taylor, Joseph R. Jr. Head M W Oct 1859 40 married 14 yrs NJ NJ NJ Collector

Taylor, Florence M. wife F W March 1868 32 Married 14 yrs 5 ch 3 living NJ NJ NJ

Taylor, Iola B. daughter W F Sept 1887 12 single NJ NJ NJ at school

Taylor, Laura M. dau F W Sep 1889 10 single NJ NJ NJ

Taylor, Herbert A son M W May 1897 3 single NJ NJ NJ

Taylor, Joseph R. Sen. Father W M Dec 1825 74 widow ?6 Delaware Delaware Delaware

[boarders William Turner & George Fischer]

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Children of Joseph R. & Florence M. (Cann) Taylor Jr.:
1. +Iola B. Taylor, b. 29 Sep 1887 in New Jersey [see family group photograph]. She married Howard Dyer.
2. Ada M. Taylor, b. 14 Oct 1888 in New Jersey

3. +Laura M. Taylor, b. 30 Sep 1889 in New Jersey; m. Clarence G. Wyatt

4. Rhoda Taylor, b. 18 Dec 1892 in New Jersey

5. Herbert A. Taylor, b 31 May 1897 in New Jersey
6. Clayton S. Taylor, b. 24 Nov 1904 in New Jersey

 

 

Iola B. Taylor, daughter of Joseph R. & Florence M. (Cann) Taylor Jr., was born Sep 1887 in New Jersey [see family group photograph]. She married about 1909 to Howard B. Dyer, son of Joseph & Georgie Dyer of Camden NJ. He was born 25 July 1887[25] in Camden, N.J. In 1920 and 1930 living in Camden, Camden Co., NJ.

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1900 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden Ward 5 > District 51

Dyer, Joseph Head W M June 1863 36 married 15 yrs NJ NJ NJ Baker

Dyer, Georgie wife W F Feb 1866 33 married 15 yrs 2 ch 2 living

Dyer, Howard son  W M July 1887 12 single NJ

Dyer, Elsie C. dau F W Jan 1889 11 single NJ

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1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden Ward 5 > District 34

Dyer, Howard B. Head M W 32 widow [?] NJ NJ NJ peddlar

Dyer, Iola wife F W 32 widow [?] NJ NJ NJ [b abt 1888]

Dyer, Doris,  F W 9 single NJ NJ NJ

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1930 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden > District 23

Dyer, Howard Head M W 42 married 21 yrs NJ NJ NJ supt of convention Wall City

Dyer, Iola wife F W 42 married 21 yrs NJ NJ NJ

Dyer, Doris dau F W 19 single NJ NJ NJ

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Child of Howard B. & Iola (Taylor) Dyer: [may be more children]:

1. Doris Dyer, b. abt 1911 in New Jersey.

 

 

Laura M. Taylor, daughter of Joseph R. & Florence M. (Cann) Taylor Jr., was born 30 Sep 1889 in New Jersey; she married about 1911 to Clarence Graham[26] Wyatt. He was born 4 January 1887[27] in Delaware. In 1920 to 1930 residing in Camden, Camden Co., New Jersey. [See 2nd photograph of Laura M. (Taylor) Wyatt]
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1900 United States Federal Census > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia > Philadelphia Ward 28 > District 686

Wyatt Willimina housekeeper W F Apr 20 1863 37 widow Delaware DE DE  Housekeeper

Wyatt, Clarance G Border W M 4 Jan 1887 13 single Delaware DE DE at school

[in household of Daniel Harrington, b 1856 in DE, ? related]

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U.S. Census > 1920 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden Ward 13 > District 88

Wyatt, Clarence G. Head M W 32 married Delaware Ohio Delaware foreman foundry

Wyatt, Laura M. wife F W 30 married NJ NJ NJ

Wyatt, William E. son M W 8 single NJ Delaware NJ

Wyatt, Clark C. son M W 7 single NJ

Wyatt, Samuel H. son M 10 4-9/12 single NJ

Wyatt, Whilmina, mother F W 56 widow Delaware United States Delaware

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1930 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Camden > Camden > District 65

Wyatt [indexed as ]

Wyatt, Clarence G. Head $4,000 M W 43 married at age 23 DE DE DE retail merchant, malt store

Wyatt, Laura M. wife F W 40 married at age 21 NJ NJ NJ

Wyatt, William E son M W 18 single NJ

Wyatt, Clark B. son M W  27 single NJ

Wyatt, Samuel H. son M W 15 single NJ

Wyatt, Joseph R. son M W 9 single NJ

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Children of Clarence Graham & Laura M. (Taylor) Wyatt:
1. William Elwood Wyatt, b. abt 1911 in New Jersey

2. Clark C. Wyatt, born December 9, 1912 in New Jersey; died 6 Jul 1994, probably in Pennsauken, Camden Co., New Jersey.

3. Samuel H. Wyatt, born March 5, 1915 in New Jersey; died 5 Nov 2003 probably in Pennsauken, Camden Co., New Jersey.

4. Joseph R. Wyatt, born July 6, 1920 in New Jersey; died October 1981 probably in Pennsauken, Camden Co., New Jersey. He enlisted for WW2 18 Sep 1942, stating he had 1 year of college and his civil occupation was meteorologist or dispatcher clerk, railway, being single with no dependents.

 

 


KIDD & HILES FAMILY

Joseph Kidd Jr., son of Joseph & Elizabeth (Hackett) Kidd, [his father, Joseph Kidd m. 18 Jan 1769 in Salem NJ to Elizabeth Hackett] was b. abt 1791 in NJ, died before 1850 in Salem Co NJ; married 14 July 1811 in Salem Co NJ to Jane AVIS. She was baptized 13 Oct 1782 at Oldman's Creek, Gloucester County NJ, a daughter of Zacchius & Susanna (Cabner) Avis.

Children of Joseph & Jane (Avis) Kidd:

1. ?John H. Kidd, b. Feb 1813 in New Jersey

2. +Sarah Kidd, b. abt 1818 in Salem, New Jersey; married 7 March 1844 in Woodstown NJ to James H. Hiles. He was born 4 Jan 1822 in Salem Co NJ

3. Joseph Kidd, b. abt 1822 in New Jersey

4. +Henrietta Kidd, b. abt 1822 in New Jersey; m. John H. Cann [See CANN Family]

5. +Rebecca Kidd, b. 12 Sep 1826 in New Jersey; m. Hiram Trueland [See TRUELAND Family]

 

Sarah Kidd, dau of Joseph & Jane (Avis) Kidd, b. 1818 in Salem, New Jersey; married 7 March 1844 in Woodstown NJ to James H. Hiles. He was born 4 Jan 1822 in Salem Co NJ, son of John & Sarah (Crispin) Hiles. They resided in 1850 in Mannington Twp, Salem Co NJ. In 1880 they were residing in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois.

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1880 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Cass > Beardstown > District 53

Hiles, James M W 58 Farmer NJ NJ NJ

Hiles, Sarah W F 62 wife keepings house NJ NJ NJ

Grant, Jacob W M 14 IL NJ NJ

Hiles, Charles W M 26 son farm hand NJ NJ NJ

Hiles, Anna W F 22 daughter at home IL Eng NJ [this is Charles's wife]

Hiles, Edith W F 8/12 Nov  IL Eng NJ

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Children of James H. & Sarah (Kidd) Hiles:

1. +Elizabeth “Lizzie” Hiles, b. 6 June 1844 in NJ, m. Thomas Reeve.

2. +James Arthur Hiles, b. 9 June 1848 in NJ, d. 21 July 1930; married 21 March 1872 to Isabel L. "Bell" Paschall.

3. Joseph Hiles b. 9 June 1848 in NJ

4. Sarah Hiles, b. 2 July 1849 in NJ

5. +Charles A. Hiles, b. 27 Oct 1853 in Salem County NJ


Elizabeth “Lizzie” Hiles, daughter of James H. & Sarah (Kidd) Hiles, b. 6 June 1844 in NJ, died 05 March 1921; m. Thomas Y. Reeve, who died before 1900. He was a gardener and farmer in Beardstown, Cass Co. Illinois. [see family photograph, child is possibly Walter]

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1900 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Cass > Beardstown > District 15

Reeve, Elizabeth, Head W F Dec 1845 54 widow 7 children, 3 living NJ NJ NJ

Reeve, Rachael L.  W F Aug 1881 18 single IL NJ NJ typesetter

Reeve, Glenna J. granddau W F Jan 1894 6 single IL IL IL

Reeve, Walter W. grandson W M June 1895 4 single IL IL IL [b 17 June 1895, d. Jan 1981, St. Clair, Illinois] Walter W. Reeve Jr.

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Children of Thomas Y. & Elizabeth (Hiles) Reeve:
1. +Rachel Lloyd Reeve, b. 14 Aug 1881, d. 26 July 1930; married Cary Orla Davis

2. +Walter Washington Reeve, b. 22 Feb 1874 in Illinois

 

Walter Washington Reeve, son of Thomas Y & Elizabeth (Hiles) Reeve, born 22 Feb 1874 in Illinois; m1) by 1894 to unknown; married 2d) about 1904 to Anna --.  She b. abt 1881, had issue, including Glenna J. (b Jan 1894 IL) and Walter W. Jr. (b 17 June 1894/95 IL). [see photographs of  Walter Jr. & Glenna Reeve as children]. He has a son by his 2d wife is named Walter, however I believe that the first son Walter did not die young. In 1930 Walter Sr. and wife Anna living in Collinsville, Madison Co IL.
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1910 United States Federal Census > Illinois > St Clair > 8-Wd East St Louis > District 139

Reeve, Walter W. W M 36 married 2x 6 yrs IL IL IL

Reeve, Anna wife F W 29 m1x 6 yrs 1 ch 1 living IL IL IL

Reeve, Walter son M W 1 single IL IL IL

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Children of Walter Washington & ? Reeve:
1. Glenna “Gena” Reeve, b. Jan 1894 in Illinois
2. Walter Washington Reeve Jr., b. 17 June 1895 in Illinois
3. Alvena Reeve, m. -- Johnson [listed in an Ancestry.com family tree, but no other records found]

Children of Walter & Anna (?) Reeve:
4. Walter Reeve, b. abt 1908 in Illinois

 

Rachel Lloyd Reeve, daughter of Thomas Y. & Elizabeth (Hiles) Reeve, b. 14 Aug 1881, d. 26 July 1930; married Cary Orla Davis [C. Orla] who was born 3 Sep 1879 in IL.
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1920 United States Federal Census > Illinois > St Clair > East St Louis Ward 8 > District 188

Davis, Orla Head M W 40 married IL IL IL conductor, steam railroad

Davis, Rachel wife F W 38 married IL NJ NJ

Davis, Alvena dau F W 17 single IL IL IL

Reeves, Lizzie mother-in-law F W 55 widow NJ NJ NJ

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Children of Cary Orla & Rachel L. (Reeve) Davis: [may be more children]

1. Alvena/Alvina Davis, b abt 1903 in IL; married Rasel Johnson, and had issue. [see additional photographs]

 

 

James Arthur Hiles, son of James H. & Sarah (Kidd) Hiles, b. 9 June 1848 in NJ, d. 21 July 1930; married 21 March 1872 in Cass Co. Illinois, to Isabel L. "Bell" Paschall.  She was born 14 Jan 1844 in Illinois, daughter of Green & Sarah (Deweber) Paschall. In 1880 they were residing in Cass County, Illinois.

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1880 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Cass > Township 17 N, Range 10 W > District 56

Hiles, James W. W M 31 June Head Farmer NJ NJ NJ

Hiles, Isabella W F 35 Jan wife Keeping house IL Tenn NJ

Hiles, Nellie, W F 3  ? daughter IL NJ IL [b abt 1877]

Hiles, Arthur W M 1 son IL NJ IL

Hiles, Lizzie W F 3/12 dau IL NJ IL [b abt 1880]

Myers, WIlliam G. W M 21 servant farm laborer NJ NJ NJ
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Children of James A. & Isabel L. (Paschall) Hiles:
1. Nellie Hiles, b. abt 1877 in Illinois, died young.

2. +James Arthur Hiles Jr., b. 4 Dec 1878 in Illinois, d. 6 January 1931; married Nellie “Nilla C.” Willet
3. Elizabeth “Lizzie” Hiles, b. abt 1880 in Illinois
4. ?Lee Bailey Hiles [this child’s listing from Ancestry.com family tree, not in any other notes]

5. ?Maggie Hiles [this child’s listing from Ancestry.com family tree, not in any other notes]

James Arthur Hiles Jr., son of James A. & Isabel L. (Paschall) Hiles,  b. 4 Dec 1878 in Illinois, d. 6 January 1931; married Nellie “Nilla C.” Willet who was born Oct 1880 in Illinois;  In 1900 living in Virginia, Cass Co. IL; in 1910 living in Cimarron South, Lincoln Co., Oklahoma. 1910 census shows a child, James, b. abt 1902 in IL.

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1900 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Cass > Virginia > District 13

Hiles, James A M W Dec 1878 21 married 5/12 IL NJ IL Farmer

Hiles, Nellie Wife W F Oct 1880 19 married 5/10 0 ch IL IL IL

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1910 United States Federal Census > Oklahoma > Lincoln > Cimarron South > District 91

Hiles, James A. Head M W 31 married 10 yrs IL NJ IL Farmer, General Farm

Hiles, Nilla C. wife F W 28 married 10 yrs 2 ch 1 living IL IL IL

Hiles, James L. son M W 8 single IL IL IL

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1920 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Cass > Virginia > District 37

Hiles, J.A. Head M W 41 Illinois NJ IL

Hiles, Nellie G. wife F W 39 married IL IL IL

Hiles, Leo, son M W 17 single IL

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Children of James Arthur & Nellie (Willet) Hiles:

1. Edna Louise Hiles, b. & d. 1900 [found on Ancestry.com family tree]

2. James Leo Hiles, b. 8 March 1902 in IL [in Carney Oklahoma per Ancestry.com], He died 26 March 1956. He married Oct 1931 to Florence Deloris McLamarrah. They had issue: Norma Louise and Gary Paul.

Charles A. Hiles, son of James H. & Sarah (Kidd) Hiles was b. 27 Oct 1853 in New Jersey. He married 27 Nov 1878 to Anna C. Brown, daughter of William & Mary Brown.  She was born 26 September 1858 in Cass Co., Illinois, near Beardstown. She died January 24, 1939 at her home in Rushville IL.   He died 19 January 1931 in Beardstown, Cass Co., Illinois, at Schmitt Memorial Hospital of complications from surgery for stomach cancer. He is buried at Beardstown City Cemetery in Cass Co., Illinois
   His obituary read: “For more than 30 years an honored resident of the vicinity of Rushville, he was 78 years of age. In the year of 1856, the Hiles family, with a colony of 35 others, left Philadelphia by rail and came to Pittsburgh, PA. From there they took a steamship down the Ohio River to St. Louis, Mo., where the Hiles family settled on a farm near Brighton, Ill. in Macoupin County. After residing there about two years, they moved to Greenfield, Ill., and from there to Beardstown, Ill. the year the Civil War broke out. While residing at Beardstown, Mr. Hiles grew to manhood and in his twenty-second year he was converted and joined the Methodist Church under the leadership of Rev. D. W. English. Mr. Hiles was one of eight children, four dying in infancy, and four growing to manhood and womanhood. In the year 1878 he was married to Anna C. Brown, who has been a constant companion and help through his life. Mr. Hiles leaves to mourn his passing, his wife Mrs. Anna Hiles; his three s, Mrs. S.S. Terrill, of Pleasant Hill, Mo.; Mrs. Lydia Smith and Mrs. Bernice Icenogle, of Rushville, Ill. (one  dying in infancy); five sons, Frank and Lue Hiles of Rushville; Will and Edward Hiles of Beardstown; and David Hiles of Canandgua, New York.”
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1900 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Cass > West Beardstown > District 10

Hiles, Charles Head W M Oct 1853 46 married 21  NJ NJ NJ Farmer

Hiles, Anna C. wife W F Sep 1859 40 married 21 9 ch 8 living IL England Germany

Hiles, Edith M., W F Oct 1879 20 single IL

Hiles, Frank D. son M W Nov 1881 18 single IL

Hiles, Charles E. son W M Jan 1884 10 single IL

Hiles, David C. son W M May 1886 14 single IL

Hiles, William H. son W M Oct 1890 9 single IL

Hiles, Lewis J. son W M March 1892 8 single IL

Hiles, Lydia, W F Oct 1894 5 single IL

Hiles, Nellie B. dau W F June 1897 3 single IL

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1910 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Hancock > Augusta Twp > District 2

Hiles, Charles A., Head M W 56 m1x 31 yrs NJ NJ NJ Farmer, General Farm

Hiles, Anna C., wife F W 51 m1x 31 yrs 9 ch 8 living IL England-English, Germany-German

Hiles, Lewis, son M W 18 single IL

Hiles, Lydia, dau F W 15 single IL

Hiles, Bernice daughter F W 13 single IL

--living next door--

Hiles, Edward C., Head M W 26 married 1x 4 yrs IL NJ IL Farmer, General Farm

Hiles, Bessie L. wife F W 19 m1x 1 yr 1 ch 1 living IL IL IL

Hiles, Clarence E. son M W 4/12 single IL IL IL

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1920 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Schuyler > Buena Vista > District 199

Hiles, Charles A. Head M W 66 married NJ NJ NJ Farmer, General Farm

Hiles, Anna C. wife F W 51 married IL England-English, Germany-German

Hiles, Lydia  F W 25 single IL

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1920 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Schuyler > Littleton > District 206

Hiles, Luis J., Head M W 27 married IL IL IL Farmer

Hiles, Margaret M. wife F W 24 married IL IL IL

Hiles, Clark E. son M W 1 single IL

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1930 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Schuyler > Rushville > District 8

Hiles, Charles A. Head M W 76 married at age 25 NJ NJ NJ no occupation

Hiles, Anna C. wife F W 71 married at age 20 IL England Washington no occupation

---living next door---

Hiles, Lewis J Head M W 38 widow IL NJ IL

Hiles, Clark E. son M W 11 single IL IL IL [b abt 1919]

Hiles, Dorothy R.  F W 9 single IL [b abt 1921]

Hiles, Morris L. son M W 7 single IL [b abt 1923]
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Children of Charles & Anna C. (Brown) Hiles:
1. daughter, died in infancy

2. +Edith M. Hiles, b. Oct 1879 IL; m. S.S. Terril(l)

3. +Frank A. Hiles, b. 29 Nov 1881 in Illinois; d. January 1965 in Rushville, Schuyler Co IL; married Jenny Mildred Moore; had issue.

4. +Charles Edward Hiles, b. 6 January 1884 in Illinois; married Bessie Lee Davis; had issue

5. +David C. Hiles, b. May 1886 Illinois; according to his father’s obituary in January of 1931 he was living in Canandgua, New York, also resided Penn Yan, New York

6. +William H. Hiles, b. Oct 1890 Illinois; m. Ruth Adele Moore; had issue

7. +Lewis “Lou” James Hiles, b. 31 March 1892 in Beardstown, Cass Co., Illinois; he married 28 May 1918 to to Florence Margarite Lawler. Had issue.

8. +Lydia Hiles, b. 14 Oct 1894 Illinois; married 1) Charles Smith; m2) -- Gust

9. Nellie Bernice Hiles, b. 1 January 1897 Illinois, died November 1984 in Rushville IL; She married Grover Icenogle. In 1930 they were living in Scotland, McDonough Co., IL. He was b 9 May 1893, and d January 1979 in Illinois. No children

 

Edith M. Hiles,  daughter of  Charles & Anna C. (Brown) Hiles,  b. Oct 1879 Illinois; her father’s obituary states she was married to S.S. Terrill and her residence in January 1931, (at the time of her father’s death) was Pleasant Hill, Missouri; married about 1903 to Samuel "Sam" S. Terril. He b 10 Jul 1872 in Illinois, and died Aug 1968 in Missouri. In 1930 they were living in Pleasant Hill, Cass Co. Missouri.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Missouri > Cass > Pleasant Hill > District 21

Terril, Sam S. Head M W 55 married at age 27 IL Indiana IL night watchman, greenhouse [b abt 1875]

Terril, Edith M Wife F W 50 married at age 22 IL NJ IL

Terril, Sam J. son M W 20 single Missouri IL IL [b abt 1910]

Terril, Homer S. son M W 24 single IL IL IL [b abt 1906]

Terril, Charles son M W 18 single Missouri IL IL [b abt 1922]

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Children of Samuel S. & Edith M. (Hiles) Terril:

1. Sam J. Terril, b. abt 1910 Missouri

2. Homer S. Terril, b 6 Oct 1905 in IL, d. May 1981 in Missouri

3. Charles Terril, b. abt 1922 IL

 

 

Frank Avris Hiles[28], son of Charles & Anna C. (Brown) Hiles, was born 29 Nov 1881 in Illinois; He died January 1965 in Rushville, Schuyler Co IL; married Jenny Mildred “Millie” Moore. She was born 21 August 1887 in Schuyler, Illinois.
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1920 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Schuyler > Buena Vista > District 199

Hiles, Frank A. Head M W 38 married IL NJ NJ  Farmer

Hiles, Mildred J. Head F W 32 married IL IL IL

Hiles, Francis Robert son M W 11 single IL

Wildred Lorena dau F W 3/6/12 single

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1930 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Schuyler > Buena Vista > District 11

Hiles, Frank Head M W 48 married at age 26 IL NJ IL Farm Operator, general farm

Hiles, Mildred wife F W 42 married at age 20 IL IL IL [b abt 1888 IL]

Hiles, Francis son M W 21 single IL IL IL [b abt 1909 IL]

Hiles, Wildred,  F W 13 single IL IL IL [b abt 1917 IL]

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Children of Frank D. & Jenny Mildred (Moore) Hiles:
1. Francis Robert Hiles, b. 21 Nov 1908 in Illinois; died Sept 1974 prob Industry, McDonough Co., IL
2. Wildred Lorena Hiles, b. 25 June 1916 in Illinois; died 18 Dec 1994 in prob East Peoria, Tazewell Co IL; m. – Simmons.

 

Charles Edward “Ed” Hiles, son of Charles & Anna C. (Brown) Hiles, b. 6 January 1884 in Illinois, died 21 September 1943; married 8 July1908 to Bessie Lee Davis. She was born 12 May 1890, dau of James Philo & Nancy Jane (Dyche) Davis.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Cass > Beardstown > District 10

Hiles, Charles E. Head M W 46 married at age 24 IL NJ IL Farmer, General Farm

Hiles, Bessie Wife W F 38 married at age 18 IL IL IL

Hiles, Clarence son M W 20 single IL IL IL [b abt 1910]

Hiles, Marie  F W 18 single IL IL IL [b abt 1912]

Hiles, Elmer son M W 17 single IL IL IL [b abt 1913]

Hiles, Velma dau F W 14 single IL IL IL [b abt 1916]

Hiles, Edward Jr. son M W 7 single IL IL IL [b abt 1923]

Hiles, Robert son M W 4-1/2 single IL IL IL [b abt 1925]

Hiles Bryon son M W 1-11/12 single IL IL IL [b abt 1929]

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Children of Charles E. & Bessie Lee (Davis) Hiles:
1. Clarence Earl Hiles, b. 18 Nov 1909 IL, died 31 Dec 1995

2. Clara “Marie” Hiles, b. 29 Apr 1911 IL, died 31 Aug 1980; m. Frederick Carl Volkmar II, had issue.
3. Charles “Elmer” Hiles, b. 6 Aug 1912 IL; died 25 Nov 1998 in IL; married Doris Laffady; had issue
4. Velma Hiles, b. 30 July 1915 IL; married Russell Carl Ruppell; had issue
5. Edward Hiles, Jr., born 1923 IL
6. Robert Hiles, born IL
7. Byron G. Hiles, born 1928 IL; married Mary Mildred Logsdon; had issue 

 

David C. Hiles, son of Charles & Anna C. (Brown) Hiles, b. 17 May 1886 Illinois; died in May 1969 in Pen Yan, Yates Co NY; according to his father’s obituary in January of 1931 he was living in Canandgua, New York. He married, about 1906 to Ida F. --.  She b. abt 1886 in IL. The newspaper, Chronicle Express (Pen Yan NY) of August 4, 1949 shows David Hiles and Wife purchasing a house and lot located No. 111 Cherry Street in Penn Yan Village. The Jan 1 1953 edition shows, death of Mrs. David C. Hiles, age 48, 27 June 1952. The September 8, 1955 edition states "David C. Hiles, who resides on the M.B. Lindsley farm, has bought the Charles T. Chapin farm and expects to move there this fall."

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1930 United States Federal Census > New York > Ontario > Canandaigua > District 12

Hiles, David C. Head M W 43 married at age 20 yrs IL MD IL Farmer, General Farm

Hiles, Ida F. wife F W 44 married at age 20 yrs IL IL IL [b abt 1886]

[married about 1906]

Hiles, Angelea dau F W 22 single IL [b abt 1908]

Hiles A. Robert son M W 15 single IL [b abt 1915]

Hiles, C. Milo son M W 10 single IL [b abt 1920]

Hiles, Paul A. son M W 1-3/12 single IL [b abt 1929]

Coston, William, boarder

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Children of David C. & Ida F. Hiles:

1. Angela Hiles, b. abt 1908 IL

2. A. Robert Hiles, b. abt 1915 IL

3. Charles Milo Hiles b 11 Aug 1920 IL; d. 24 Sep 1988 in Hillsborough Co. Florida

4. Paul Avris Hiles, b. 21 Dec 1928 IL; d. 3 Sep 1971 prob at Bay Pines, Pinellas Co., Florida

 

William Henry[29] Hiles, son of Charles & Anna C. (Brown) Hiles, b. 18 Oct 1889/90 Illinois; m. Ruth Adele Moore; He died Dec 1966 in Beardstown, Cass, Illinois.

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1930 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Cass > Bluff Springs > District 11

Hiles, William H. Head M W 41 widow IL NJ IL Laborer, Farm b Oct 1890

Hiles, Rodrick H. son M W 15 single IL IL IL [b abt 1915 IL]

Hiles, Catherine E. dau F W 13 single IL [b abt 1918 IL]

Hiles, Raymond M. Hiles M W 10 single IL [b abt 1920 IL]

Hiles, Welma R.  F W 9 single IL [b abt 1921 IL]

Hiles, Richard W. son M W 8 single IL [b abt 1922 IL]

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Children of William H. & Ruth A. (Moore) Hiles: [probably more children]

1. Rodrick Henry Hiles, b. abt 1915 IL

2. Catherine Ella Hiles, b. abt 1918 IL

3. Raymond M. Hiles, b. abt 1920 IL

4. Welma/Wilma Ruth Hiles, b. abt 1921 IL

5. Richard William Hiles, b. abt 1922 IL

6. Royal Gene Hiles, b. abt 1927 in Beardstown, Cass Co. IL, died same day [this child's entry from a family tree on Ancestry.com]

 

Lewis “Lou” “Lue” James Hiles, son of Charles & Anna C. (Brown) Hiles, b. 31 March 1892 in Beardstown, Cass Co., Illinois, and died December 1972 in IL; he married 28 May 1918 to to Florence Margarite Lawler.
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1930 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Schuyler > Rushville > District 8

Hiles, Lewis J. Head M W 38 widow IL NJ IL Laborer, State Highways

Hiles, Clark E. son M W 11 single IL IL IL [b abt 1919]

Hiles, Dorothy R. dau F W 9 single IL IL IL [b abt 1921]

Hiles, Morris son M W 7 single IL IL IL [b abt 1923]

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Children of Lewis J. & Florence M. (Lawler) Hiles:
1. Clark Eugene Hiles, b. abt 1919 IL; died 15 July 2000

2. Dorothy Ruth Hiles born 16 Nov 1918 in Beardstown, Cass Co., Illinois; died 15 July 2000 in St. Louis MO; married 4 Feb 1935 to Emery Leslie Phillips, son of William E. & Anna G. (Shaver) Phillips, grandson of William Everett Phillips (1874-1939), great-grandson of John Phillips. Emery was born 22 August 1904 in Buena Vista, Schuyler Co. IL; had issue.

3. Maurice “Morris” LaVerne Hiles, b. 24 Jan 1922 IL; died 8 Sep 2003 probably in Temple, Bell Co., Texas

 

Lydia Hiles, daughter of Charles & Anna C. (Brown) Hiles, b. 14 Oct 1894 Illinois; she d. Aug 1980 in Rushville, Schulyer Co. IL, surname GUST; married 1) abt 1913 to Charles Smith; m2) after 1930 to  ----- Gust;
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U.S. Census > 1930 United States Federal Census > Illinois > Schuyler > Rushville > District 20

Smith, Charles H. Head M W 42 married at age 22 IL IL IL [b abt 1888]

Smith, Lydia A. wife F W 35 married at age 28 IL IL IL

Smith, Charles L. son M W 9/12 single IL Farmer

Hiles, Herbert R. nephew M W 4-1/12 IL IL IL [b abt 1925]

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Children of Charles & Lydia (Hiles) Smith:
1. Charles L. Smith, b. abt 1925 in Illinois


 TRUELAND FAMILY OF SALEM COUNTY, NEW JERSEY



Hiram Trueland, was b. abt 1828 in New Jersey. He married 20 March 1849 to Rebecca KIDD, daughter of Joseph & Jane (Avis) Kidd. [See KIDD Family]. She was b. 12 Sep 1826 in New Jersey. Hiram Trueland died October the 30 1865 at Montevallo, Alabama, age 37 yrs and 11 months (per family bible).  Civil War records [for Hiram Truland] indicate that he enlisted in Company F, 34th New Jersey Infantry Regiment on 8 Oct 1863 and died of disease [at the date and place shown above].  Rebecca remarried 2) 18 Oct 1868 to Noah Urion.  Rebecca died about 7 Dec 1877 (as that is her burial date).

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1860 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Alloway

Hiram Trueland 32 M Blacksmith 400/300 NJ [b abt 1828]

Rebecca Trueland 34 F NJ

Elizabeth Trueland 10 F NJ [b abt 1850]

Charles Trueland 7 M NJ

Sarah J. Trueland 4 F NJ

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1870 United States Federal Census > New Jersey > Salem > Pilesgrove

Urion, Noah 50 M W clerk in store 800/200 NJ

Urion, Rebecca 45 F W keeping House NJ

Truelin [sic Trueland] Jane S. 16 F W at home NJ [b abt 1854, unsure who this is, possibly Sarah Jane and the age is incorrect]

Truelin [sic Trueland] Hiram 8 M W at school NJ

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Children of Hiram & Rebecca (Kidd) TRUELAND:
1.  Elizabeth Trueland, b. 18 Feb 1850
2. Charles Trueland, b. 30 Aug 1852, probably died young

3. Charles Trueland, b. 18 June 1854 [?twin]

4. Anna Trueland, b. 18 June, 1854 [?twin], d. 21 Aug 1854

5. Sarah J. Trueland, b. 30 Sep 1859, Woodstown NJ

6. William Trueland, 30 April 1858, Pleasant Hill NJ, d. 30 April 1858

7. Ruth Trueland, b. 30 April 1858, d. 10 July 1858

8. Hiram Trueland, b.  30 June 1861; in 1880 boarding in Philadelphia PA, occupation “Nail feeder”

 

FROM TAYLOR FAMILY BIBLE:
[insert] TRUELAND -  BIRTHS

 

  • Franklin Trueland, Son of James C. and Elizabeth Trueland was born at Louisville near Glassboro on Saturday the 12th of September 1835
  • Elizabeth Trueland,  of Hiram and Rebecca Trueland was born Feb. 18th 1850
  • Charles Trueland, son of Hiram and Rebecca Trueland was born August 30th 1852
  • Joseph Trueland, son of Hiram & Rebecca was Trueland, was born June 18, 1854
  • Anna Trueland,  of Hiram and Rebeca Trueland was born June 18th 1854
  • Sarah J. Trueland,  of Hiram and Rebecca Trueland was born at Woodstown the 30th of September 1859
  • William Trueland, Son of Hiram and Rebecca Trueland was born at Pleasant Hill, 30th of April A.D. 1858
  • Ruth Trueland,  of Hiram and Rebecca Trueland was born at Pleasant Hill the 30th of April in the year of our Lord 1858
  • Hiram Trueland, son of Hiram and Rebecca Trueland was born at Jericho the 30th of June in the year of our Lord 1861

 

The Bible these records were written in is dated 1929, and belongs to the Trueland family. James and Elizabeth Trueland and I  -- they were my mother’s grandparents, as she was Elizabeth Trueland – signed Laura Reel/Ruel/Riel

 

TRUELAND – DEATHS [from handwritten notes in the Taylor Family Bible]

  • Alfred Trueland, Son of James and Ruth Trueland Departed this Life Feb 20th, 1826
  • A son of James and Ruth Trueland, departed this life April 7th 1827
  • Ruth J. Trueland, wife of James C. Trueland, departed this life April 11th 1827
  • Joseph Truland, son of Hiram and Rebecca Truland departed this life Aug 20th 1854
  • Anna Truland,  of Hiram and Rebecca Truland departed this life Aut 21th 1854
  • William Trueland, son of Hiram and Rebecca Trueland Departed this Lif the 30th of April in the year of our Lord 1858
  • Ruth Trueland,  of Hiram and Rebecca Trueland Departed this Life July 10th in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and fifty eight
  • William Trueland, son of Hiram and Rebecca Trueland Departed this life the 30th of April 1858
  • James C. Trueland departed this life Oct 1st, eighteen hundred and fifty eight (1858)
  • Hiram Trueland Departed this life October the 30 1865 at Monteville, Alabama [illegible] age 37 yrs and 11 mos

 


 

PHOTOGRAPHS – SMITH & Related Family

Lucetta Morton Smith,  dau of W. Clayton Smith


William M. Smith was b. April 1, 1820, died April 4, 1901, age 81; he married 3 Aug 1843 in Salem Co. NJ to Abigail A. STANGER


James Smith,
son of Oliver & Hannah (Sims) Smith, b. abt 1811 and probably died before the 1870 US Census; He married 3 March 1836 to Sarah Waddington.


Anna Laura “Della” Smith at an earlier age [dau of William & Abigail (Stanger) Smith


Anna Laura “Della” Smith,  dau of William & Abigail A. (Stanger) Smith, born Dec 1, 1861 in New Jersey; married Samuel Glenn

Mildred T. Glenn, dau of Samuel & Anna Laura "Della" (Smith) Glenn, b. 28 Aug 1896 in New Jersey, married Lee Adam Ware

Mildred Glenn, with mother Della Glenn --
Anna Laura “Della” Smith,  dau of William & Abigail A. (Stanger) Smith, born Dec 1, 1861 in New Jersey; married Samuel Glenn



Emily (Smith) Reeves. Emily C. Smith,  daughter of William & Abigail A. (Stanger) SMITH,  born Sep. 22, 1844 in New Jersey; married Caleb Reeves

Caleb Reeves.  Husband of Emily C. Smith. He was b. about 1842 in New Jersey. In 1870 living in Pilesgrove NJ, and in 1880 in Woodstown NJ (both in Salem County)

Emily Barker, dau of William T. & Laura S. (Reeve) Barker, b. abt 1908 in NJ

Preston Wallace Barker, son of William T. & Laura S. (Reeve) Barker

Stephen R. Smith, son of William & Abigail A. (Stanger) Smith, born Feb 9, 1853 in New Jersey. He married about 1878 to Hannah ---.

Clayton William [or W. Clayton] Smith, son of William & Abigail A. (Stanger) Smith born March 28, 1858 in New Jersey. He married about 1883 to Sarah “Sallie” English, daughter of James & Caroline C. English.

 

 

CANN FAMILY & Related PHOTOGRAPHS


John H. Cann, b. 18 June 1818, died 18 Jan 1893, aged 74 yrs 7 mo.; He married 6 May 1843 in Salem Co NJ to Henrietta KIDD.  The photograph album where this was found, had a space for “Henrietta Cann,” however the photograph was missing.

--- (Clark) Cann.  This photograph was in a family album, located just prior to the John H. Cann (shown on the left), identified by “Clark Cann Grandmother.”  I suspect that she was an ancestor of John H. Cann and her surname was Clark.  John H. Cann named one of his sons, Clark Cann, so this was probably a family name.

Harriet “Hattie” (Cann) Smith, daughter of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann, b abt 1854 in NJ; married William Smith


William Smith, husband of Harriet "Hattie" Cann. He was the son of Samuel & Rachel Smith of Salem, Salem Co NJ. He was born about 1857 in NJ, and was a blacksmith by trade.


Leroy Smith, son of William & Harriet (Cann) Smith, b. abt 1878 in New Jersey


Maud Smith, dau of William & Harriet (Cann) Smith, b. abt 1875 in New Jersey


Hannah Ann Cann,  daughter of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann, born Oct 1846 in NJ; married abt 1870 to Hiram W. Smith.

 


Hiram W. Smith was born April 1842 in New Jersey, son of Benjamin & Elizabeth Smith of Pilesgrove, New Jersey.

Harry W. Smith, son of Hiram W. & Hannah Ann (Cann) Smith., b. Oct 1871 in New Jersey.

Second photograph of Harry W. Smith, son of Hiram W. & Hannah Ann (Cann) Smith., b. Oct 1871 in New Jersey.


Emma Smith, dau of Hiram & Hannah Ann (Cann) Smith, b. Dec 1882 in New Jersey

Alberta (Smith) Neal, dau of Hiram W. & Hannah A. (Cann) Smith, was b. abt Nov 1885 in New Jersey. She married abt 1910 to William Neal

TRUAX -- L to R., “Estey” Truax, “Nellie” Truax, and Bill Truax [Mary Ella “Nellie” Cann, born Jan 1, 1872 in NJ, wife of Howard C. Truax]

TRUAX--“Estey” Truax,  daughter of Howard C. & “Nellie” (Cann) Truax

Minnie H. Cann,  daughter of Clark & Harriet (Smith) Cann, born March 3, 1875 in NJ; married William H. Pearce.


Mary Ella “Nellie” Cann,  daughter of Clark & Harriet (Smith) Cann, born Jan 1, 1872 in NJ, later wife of Howard C. Truax


Minnie (Cann) Pearce -- Minnie H. Cann, daughter of Clark & Harriet (Smith) Cann, born March 3, 1875 in NJ; married William H. Pearce.


Harriett Pearce, daughter of William H. & Minnie H. (Cann) Pearce, was b about 1897 in Philadelphia PA. She married Charles B. Dugan Jr.


Younger photographer of Harriet Pearce, daughter of William H. & Minnie H. (Cann) Pearce


Left, Lidie Cann; right husband Dallas Cann; Dallas Cann, son of Clark & Harriet (Smith) Cann, b. abt 1871 in New Jersey. He married 2d Lidie --.  She b. abt 1877 in NJ or PA.  The child in the photograph is daughter Mary K.


(Far left) William Humphreys Cann, son of Clark & Harriet E. (Smith) Cann, born 3 Feb 1878 in NJ; married about 1897 to Florence M. --. She b. May 1877 in England. Had 2 children, Thelma C. and Dallas [see their photograph below] [see 2nd photograph when younger]


Thelma & Dallas Cann, children of William H. & Florence M. Cann. Thelma C. Cann, b. abt 1901 New Jersey; and Dallas W. Cann, b. abt 1905 New Jersey


Cann Family photograph. The original is not marked, however 2nd from left back row is definitely Dallas Cann, son of Clark & Harriet (Smith) Cann.  His mother, Harriett (Smith) Cann appears to be in the middle of the photograph, probably the rest are her children and/or their spouses.

Harriet & Clark Cann

Harriet E. SMITH.  She was born 24 June 1848, daughter of William M. & Abigail A. (Stanger) Smith, and died after 1930.

Clark A. CANN, son of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann, born 3 Jan, 1848 in NJ, died Sep 27, 1924; married 5 March 1868 to Harriet E. SMITH.

Clark A. CANN, son of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann, born 3 Jan, 1848 in NJ, died Sep 27, 1924; married 5 March 1868 to Harriet E. SMITH.

Mary Jane "Jennie K." Cann, dau of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann

 

 

 

TAYLOR & CANN FAMILY & Related Photographs



Left photograph, Joseph R. Taylor Senior (written  as “ Jr.”  in one photograph, so his father’s name was probably Joseph R. also). Right Photograph, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Taylor. Joseph R. Taylor Sr. was born New Castle Del. Dec 8, 1825, and died June 5, 1900.
He married 14 March 1849 to Mrs. Rhoda B. Stroud (nee Barnes).

Both photographs above of Harriet “Hat” Taylor,  daughter of Joseph R. & Rhoda B. (Barnes) Taylor, born July 16, 1852 died April 10, 1923


Mary “Mame” --, 1st wife of Dallas Cann [son of Clark & Harriet (Smith) Cann]. She b. abt 1871 in NJ. She died by 1893.


Dallas Cann, son of Clark & Harriett (Smith) Cann


Harriet (Taylor) Gray

 

 


William Cann,
son of Clark & Harriet E. (Smith) Cann

 

 

 

 

Left, Amanda (Taylor) Fletcher; Right, Franklin Fletcher.  Amanda Taylor, daughter of Joseph R. & Rhoda (Barnes) Taylor,  born Feb 27, 1850 died Nov 20 1904; m. Franklin Fletcher, son of Thomas & Ann/Anna L. (Leonard) Fletcher

May Fletcher,  daughter of Franklin B. & Amanda (Taylor) Fletcher, b. abt 1873 in Pennsylvania

Howard B. Dyer, son of Joseph & Georgie Dyer of Camden NJ. He b. 25 July 1887 in Camden NJ. He married about 1909 to Iola B. Taylor, daughter of Joseph R. & Florence M. (Cann) Taylor.


Left to right: Florence M. (Cann) Taylor, and husband, Joseph R. Taylor Jr., Esquire. Children are Iola B. and Laura M.  -- Joseph R. Taylor, Jr., son of Joseph R. & Rhoda (Barnes) Taylor, born 26 Oct 1859; died 23 July 1922.  He married about 1886 to Florence M. CANN. Children in photograph are s, Iola B. and Laura M.


Florence M.(Cann) Taylor, daughter of Clark A. & Harriet E. (Smith) Cann. She was born March 3, 1870. Wife of Joseph R. Taylor, Jr.

Joseph R. Taylor, Jr., son of Joseph R. & Rhoda (Barnes) Taylor, born 26 Oct 1859; died 23 July 1922. Attorney in Camden, New Jersey.

Iola B. and Laura M. TAYLOR, daughters of Joseph R. & Florence M. (Cann) Taylor.

Herbert A. TAYLOR, son of  Joseph R. & Florence M. (Cann) Taylor Jr., born 31 May 1897 in New Jersey

 

 

(Left) Laura Taylor, dau of Joseph R. & Florence M. (Cann) Taylor; married Clarence Graham Wyatt

 

 

 

 

 

KIDD, HILES, TRUELAND & RELATED FAMILIES

James H. Hiles. He was born 4 Jan 1822 in Salem Co NJ, son of John & Sarah (Crispen) Hiles. Married Sarah Kidd.

Sarah (Kidd) Hiles. Sarah Kidd, daughter of Joseph & Jane (Avis) Kidd, b. 1818 in Salem, New Jersey; married 7 March 1844 in Woodstown NJ to James H. Hiles.



 

 

 

 

James & “Bell” Hiles. (at left)
James Arthur Hiles, son of James H. & Sarah (Kidd) Hiles, b. 9 June 1848 in NJ, d. 21 July 1930; married 21 March 1872 in Cass Co. Illinois, to Isabel L. “Bell” Paschall She was born 14 Jan 1844 in Illinois,  daughter of Green & Sarah (Deweber) Paschall. In 1880 they were residing in Cass County, Illinois.

 

Lizzie (Hiles) Reeve. Elizabeth “Lizzie” Hiles,  daughter of James H. & Sarah (Kidd) Hiles,  b. 6 June 1844 in NJ, died 05 March 1921; m. Thomas Reeve. Resided Cass County, Illinois.

Thomas Reeve, Elizabeth “Lizzie” (Hiles) Reeve and son (probably Walter Reeve)

Charles A. Hiles, son of James H. & Sarah (Kidd) Hiles was b. 27 Oct 1853 in New Jersey. He married 27 Nov 1878 to Anna C. Brown. He died 19 January 1931 in Beardstown, Cass Co.

Anna C. Brown,  dau of William & Mary Brown, born 26 September 1858 in Cass Co., Illinois, near Beardstown. She married Charles A. Hiles. She died January 24, 1939 at her home in Rushville IL.

Tintype photographs of Hiram & Rebecca (Kidd) Trueland
(scanned and enhanced)

Alvena/Alvina Davis, dau of Cary Orla & Rachel L. (Reeve) Davis, b. abt 1903 in Illinois; married Rasel Johnson

 


Additional photographs of
Alvena Davis, dau of C. Orla & Rachel L. (Reeve) Davis



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LEFT: Glenna & Walter W. Reeve Jr., children of Walter Reeve

 

 

UNKNOWN PHOTOGRAPHS / placement in albums



Lillian Smith, photograph in Cann Family album, just before William Cann [son of Clark & Harriet E. (Smith) Cann] and just after Harry Smith [son of Hiram W. & Hannah Ann (Cann) Smith]

Mary Cann, photograph in Cann Family album, just after Clark Cann [son of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann]

Abbie Rudulf (right), photograph in Cann Family album with unidentified male to her left, just after James Smith [son of Oliver & Hannah (Sims) Smith] and just before Jennie K. Cann [dau of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann]. She could be a relative, or simply a friend. The pink spot was a piece of fabric left in the photograph album.



Mell Evans, photograph in Cann Family album,  after Jennie K. Cann [dau of John H. & Henrietta (Kidd) Cann]

George Fries, photograph in Cann Family album, after photograph of Emma and John Paterson [shown below]

Emma Paterson, John Paterson – photographs in Cann Family album, placed directly after Mell Evans [unidentified person] and just before George Fries [unidentified person].  First known photograph following this one, is 2 pages later, of Hiram Trueland, and before this one, of Jennie K. Cann.

 

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[1] Birth and death dates of Capt. William Smith from his tombstone inscription; remainder of information from book “Captain William Smith, 1742-1820 and his descendants.”

[2] New Jersey Marriages, 1684-1895, "JAMES L. SMITH SARAH WADDINGTON 3 Mar 1836, Salem, NJ"

[3] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 > New Jersey > Salem County > 1 > Draft Card H > Casper Hitchner > b. 11 Sep 1876, wife Rachel Hitchner

[4] Parentage of William M. Smith, and basic information on Phineas & Tamson (Moore) Smith from Salem County Historical society. Book: “Captain William Smith 1742-1820, Salem County, NJ and Some of His Descendants,” by Josephine Jaquett, and copy of Capt. William Smith’s (Bible) Records.

[5] NJ Marriages 1684-1895: “12 Feb 1829 Salem Co NJ; Hannah Smith m. William Walker Jr.”

[6] NJ Marriages 1684-1895, "David Shough, Mariah Smith, 22 Feb 1838 Salem Co NJ

[7] New Jersey Marriages, 1684-1895: "DAVID B. SMITH & MARY REEVE 19 Aug 1841  Salem  NJ"

[8] WWI Draft Registration Card, Salem County

[9] Social Security Death Index

[10] From New Jersey Marriages, 1684-1895 Record:WILLIAM M. SMITH, Spouse: ABIGAIL STANGER , Marriage Date: 3 Aug 1843, County: Salem, State: NJ

[11] [California Death Index, 1940-1997 Record > Name: BARKER, PRESTON WALLACE > Birth Date: 13 May 1896 NJ > Death Date: 20 Jun 1954 Santa Barbara > Mother's Maiden Name: REEVE  > Father's Surname: BARKER].

[12] Social Security Death Index Record / Name: Florus Smith / SSN: 147-01-4521 

Last Residence: 08098  Woodstown, Salem, New Jersey, United States of America / Born: 25 Mar 1886 / Died: Dec 1970 / State (Year) SSN issued: New Jersey

[13] Social Security Death Index Record / Name: Mildred Ware / SSN: 141-54-5432 / Last Residence: 08098  Woodstown, Salem, New Jersey, United States of America / Born: 28 Aug 1896 / Died: Jul 1987 / State (Year) SSN issued: New Jersey 

[14] Social Security Death Index Record / Name: Lee A. Ware / SSN: 140-30-3675  / Born: 13 Jun 1898 / Died: 6 Apr 1992 / State (Year) SSN issued: New Jersey (1955-1956 )

[15] New Jersey Marriages 1684-1895: “John H. Cann to Henrietta Kidd 6 May 1843 Salem Co NJ.”

[16] Birth date and place from Taylor Family Bible

[17] Birth date and place from Taylor Family Bible

[18] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 > New Jersey > Camden City > 3 > Draft Card C: "William Humphreys Cann, 1474 Bradley Ave; age 40, born February 3, 1878; locomotive engineer for Atlantic City RR in Camden NJ; nok: wife, Florence M. Cann [same address], brown eyes, brown hair,” signed Sept 12, 1918.

[19] Taylor Family Photograph Album shows a photograph of Dallas Cann and a 2nd photograph of (what looks like) “Marie Cann, Uncle Dall’s first wife.”

[20] Directory // Name: Dallas R Cann; Location 2: 443 Kaighn's avenue ; Occupation: apprentice J Harry Knerr; Year: 1887, 1888; City: Camden; State: NJ

[21] His ancestry derived from 1860 and 1870 U.S. Census records

[22] MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE: Joseph R. Taylor of Cumberland Co NJ and Rhoda Stroud of Cape May NJ were married 14 March 1849 by James L. Houston, Minister of the Gospel. Witnesses: Adeline P. Houston and Mary M. Giles

[23] Death date from Taylor Family Bible

[24] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 > New Jersey > Burlington County > 2 > F > James Lippincott Fletcher > 128 Cleveland Ave., Riverside, Burlington NJ. / age 36 / DOB: June 4, 1882 / occupation: coffee roaster & salesman for Philip T. Mattson, Philadelphia PA / NOK: Emma Rosina Fletcher

[25] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 > New Jersey > Camden City > 2 > Draft Card D > Howard B. Dyer / Age 29 / address: 634 White St. Camden NJ / DOB: July 25, 1887 in Camden NJ; occupation: Saddler, works for Joseph W. Dyer / married, nok wife and child / claims exemption from draft due to physical defect (which is not described) / 5ft 10 inches tall / gray eyes / dark hair/ signed 6-5-1917

[26] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 > New Jersey > Camden City > 3 > Draft Card W / Clarence Graham Wyatt/ age 30 / 1203 Princes, Camden NJ / DOB: Jan. 4, 1887 / b. Frederica Delaware / occupation: Machine foreman at Southwark Foundry & Machine / nok: wife and three children / description: tall, medium build, brown eyes, black hair / Signed June 5, [year illegible]

[27] From handwritten notes on a separate piece of paper in the Taylor Bible:

Clarence G. Wyatt - January 4, 1887 / Laura M. Waytt - September 30, 1889 / William E. Wyatt - June 21, 1911 / Clark C. Wyatt - December 9, 1912 / Samuel H. Wyatt - March 5, 1915 / Joseph R. Wyatt - July 6, 1920 / ------------ / Evelyn Wyatt - August  / Joan Wyatt - September 18, 1933

[28] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 > Illinois > Schuyler County > 0 > Draft Card H > Francis Avris Hiles / RR#5 Rushville, Schuyler [Co] IL / age 36 / DOB: Nov 29th 1881 / Farmer / NOK: Mildred J. Hiles / Dates 1918

[29] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 > Illinois > Schuyler County > 0 > Draft Card H / William Henry Hiles, b. Oct 18th 1889, Cass Co. IL / farmer / nok: wife and child, married / medium height, slim build, brown hair and eyes / signed June 5, 1917


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