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1) John Montgomery Huddleson donated the land for the Shiloh Cemetery and is buried there. This photo is of one of his sons--John Miller Huddleson. 1800-1878.
2) His son, is Robert Alexander Huddleson in the second photo, also buried there. ...Photos courtesy of Pat (Hosier) Ballentine


1) Loring Welborn - Owned and operated his own dairy and route in the Ogden/Knightstown area.
2) Loring & Harriett McClammer Welborn & daughters - Clova (died in childhood) and Umba (my Grandmother)
3) Umba Welborn Catt & Omer Catt(son of John A. Catt & Callie Jane Hensley Catt) -- they are my maternal Grandparents who were both born and raised in Henry County but raised their children - Dale Catt & Doris Catt Perry (my mother) in Anderson, Madison County, IN where they are all buried. ...Photos courtesy of Marianne Marshall


Daniel Catt - One of Henry County's Civil War Veterans who served in the 36th Indiana Infantry, Company K - enlisted September 16, 1861 and was discharged for disability on May 2, 1862. He died on November 19, 1916 and is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Carthage, IN.
John A. Catt - Farmer in Spiceland where he married Callie Jane Hensley and they raised their 6 children - Roy, Elmer, Nora, Edgar, Sherman & Omer (my Grandfather). ...Photos courtesy of Marianne Marshall


In 1859 the Locust Grove Church was originally called the German Baptist Church, located in Liberty Township, Henry County Indiana. Note the 1859 church photo. After the turn of the century, the church was renamed to the Locust Grove Church of the Brethren, deriving it's name from all of the locust tree in that area. Note the cars of the era in the other two photos. ...Photo courtesy of Bud and Margaret Barnes


Robert Van Winkle, born to Jesse and Margaret Van Winkle, 1830, Madison County. Married Amanda Rader, 1853, school teacher and Disciples of Christ minister. Served with 69th Indiana Infantry in every march and engagement including Vicksburg. Amanda died in June 1865 in Middletown, no known children. Robert married Delilah (Swope) Yost in November 1865. They moved to Republic City, KS around 1871, then to Wallace City, KS in the late 1880s or early 1890s. Both died in Colorado Springs, CO. Amanda was George W Rader's sister. ...Photo courtesy of Mark Gilger


Delilah Swope. Born to Michael and Ellender Swope, 1838, Henry County. Married William Yost and had at least four children. William died during the war. Delilah married Robert Van Winkle in November 1865. ...Photo courtesy of Mark Gilger


Pictures of Michael Shively 1807-1900 ...Photos courtesy of Nancy Shively


Picture of Elder David Franklin Hoover, Church of The Brethren Minister, Jefferson Twsp, Henry Co, Indiana ...Photo courtesy of Lawrence R. Hoover


Picture taken circa 1860. Elizabeth Sheridan was born 10 Jun 1804 in Orange, North Carolina, died 1897 in Story County, Iowa. Parents of Elizabeth: John Sheridan born 22 July 1775 in Guilford, North Carolina, died 25 Oct 1836 in Spiceland, Henry, Indiana. Margaret Osborn born 27 Aug 1780 in Orange, North Carolina, died 25 Nov 1868 in Spiceland, Henry, Indiana. Spouse of Elizabeth Sheridan was Jacob Reynard born Jan 1802 in Orange, North Carolina, died 5 Jan 1868 in Centerville, Story County, Iowa. ...Photo courtesy of Maurine LeBlanc (leblanc@outreachinternet.com) and Bart Sugden (bart10146305@aol.com)


Jacob Reynard born Jan 1802 in Orange, North Carolina, died 5 Jan 1868 in Centerville, Story County, Iowa. ...Photo courtesy of Maurine LeBlanc (leblanc@outreachinternet.com) and Bart Sugden (bart10146305@aol.com)


Anna Reynard, daughter of Jacob Reynard and Elizabeth Sheridan, was born 14 Nov 1837 in Spiceland, Henry, Indiana, died 19 Oct 1896 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois. Her spouse was George Chapman Harrison born 18 Jun 1827 in Harrison, Iowa, died 1893 in Cronell, Hitchcock, Nebraska. Children: David, Mary E., Alice M., Leonard B., Amanda A., Rosalpha B., Lutheran M., Charlotte M., George A., and Florence L. all born in Iowa. ...Photo courtesy of Maurine LeBlanc (leblanc@outreachinternet.com) and Bart Sugden (bart10146305@aol.com)


This is Cassell Wilson and Georgia Hodson just before wedding 1914. ...Photo courtesy of Kathy Ward Kendall


This is of Dr. Cassell C. Wilson and family Wife Georgia Hodson Wilson, daughter Ruth Anna, and Son Lowell Wilson. ...Photo courtesy of Kathy Ward Kendall


This is a picture of a Golden Wedding Anniversary of Micheal C. and Minera (Newby) Wilson taken Feb. 1905. ...Photo courtesy of Kathy Ward Kendall


Phebe Marie Gibbs Hayes. She was born 30 June 1846 at Knightstown, Henry County IN. Daughter of W. Gibbs and Sarah Walton Gibbs. She married Adam Henry Hayes, (son of Thompson Hays and Nancy Hays) on 13 October 1864 at Greensburg, Decatur County IN. They were married by Isaac S. White, JP. Shortly following their marriage, they departed for IA arriving in Maquoketa, Jackson County IA in Dec of 1864 where they settled and raised their family. Their children were: Mary A. "Allie", George E., Oscar Day, Milo Walter, Louis Edward, Hattie & Ray Hayes. Three children (names unknown) died in infancy. ...Photo courtesy of Sara Hayes Sommer


William Beall and Rachel Covalt Beall. He was born in Henry County, IN 8-3-1832, died 8-21-1906 in Randolph County, Indiana, and is buried in the Economy Cemetery in Wayne County. He married on 12-8-1853 in Henry County, Indiana to Rachel Covalt, b. July 1833 in Brown County, Ohio, d. 10-29-1898, dt. of Jacob Covalt and Eleanor Wilkinson of Henry County, Indiana. William was the son of William S. Beall who died abt. 1836 in Henry County and Lydia Lane Beall ...Photos courtesy of Kathy Oler


Here's is the earliest known (1876) picture of Broad Street looking west from 14th & Broad Street. Guessing it is around Christmas time due to the laurels and decorations on the building fronts on the left of the photo. Does any one out there know anything about the arches over Broad Street shown in the photo?...Photo courtesy of Henry County Historical Society


Pictures of the old Hodson Mills (Stone Quarry) c1890s The one is the road leading up to the mill (Mill Road) c1890s. The man standing up on the mill is William Hodson. The one picture is of Williamís 16-year-old daughter Georgia Hodson Wilson in 1909. All the others were all taken at the same time, so they were taken in the late 1890s....Photos courtesy of Kathryn Jeannett Ward Kendall


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