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52 Weeks Of Personal Genealogy History

Friday, March 6, 2015

Female Ancestor Friday Etta Anna Gertrude Zion My great grand aunt

Friday is a perfect time to spend some time with a female ancestor. 
Today I am revisiting my great grand aunt Etta Zion


When Etta Anna Gertrude Zion was born on September 21, 1868, in Decatur City, Iowa, her father, John, was 36 and her mother, Mary Cassell , was 33. 

She married Maley Percy on August 20, 1890, in Lamoni, Iowa. 

She died on December 31, 1890, in Iowa, at the age of 22, and was buried in Lillie, Louisiana.  

I find it very sad that she passed away after being married just over two months.  

The picture I have of her has her husband cut away. Not sure what that means.  

She is buried in Lillie Cemetery in Decatur Iowa  under the name of Zion. 

 As of now I have no new information about her life or death. 






Saturday, February 8, 2014

Surname Saturday Adams Family ~ Agnes Adams 1738 1775 daughter of William Adams

It has been awhile since I have been here to share about my family.
 It is Surname Saturday and a good time to post about my family
I am at the Adams Family line is
Grace ( me)
Arthur R Zion married Muriel Day
Perry Zion 1886 - 1958
Jonathan Zion 1861 - 1927
John Henderson Zion 1831 - 1920
McCormick Zion 1795 - 1863
Lucy McCormick 1772 - 1854
Agnes Adams 1738 - 1775 is my 5th great grandmother. She married William McCormick about 1764.
Together that had 5 children
William Adams  b abt 1715 in Frederickville Virginia. William married maybe Lucy? about 1764

Sunday, July 7, 2013

What is more enjoyable Researching and Printing Information OR Filing the Information

Each of my basic 4 family lines is in different colored notebooks. Red for mother's father , white for mother's mothers family  blue for father's father and green for my father's mothers line.
How are you doing on your researching and filing of found information?  Hopefully you keep up better than I have in the past.
Grace

Friday, July 5, 2013

Researching Cheuvront Family Line ~ Aaron Cheuvront and the Civil War

 This month I have decided to concentrate on my Cheuvront family line. The family line began in America with Joseph Cheuvront and the last Cheuvront in my family line was my second great grandmother Alta Cheuvront who married John Coleman in 1866.
 It is believed that Aaron was married three times with Amanda Matilda Grant being wife number 1, Sarah Richards wife number two and that he married for the third time to Matilda Bolin.
In researching I have found that Aaron Charles  fought in the Civil War on the Union side . He was residing in West Virginia and was in the 11th Regiment, West Virginia Infantry Company K and was a private during his time in the military.
Tonight I found at http://www.civilwararchive.com/unionwv.htm,  http://www.wvcivilwar.com/union-regiments/11th-west-virginia-infantry/
Information on the 11th Regiment Infantry the following..
In researching I have found that Aaron Charles  fought in the Civil War on the Union side . He was residing in West Virginia and was in the 11th Regiment, West Virginia Infantry Company K and was a private during his time in the military.
What I am still searching for is when he enlisted and when he was mustered out. These records can be found at the National Archives if I do not find them on the Internet.

I now know of three ancestors who fought in the civil war. Besides Aaron Cheuvront  my great great grandfather John Lockwood and John's brother Frederick Lockwood fought on the union side. Both signed up with Wisconsin Calvary and served about one year.

On or About This Day Alta Angeline Cheuvront Was Married to John Henry Coleman 1866

Alta Angeline Cheuvront married John Henry Coleman on the 01st of July 1866 in Taylor Loup, Nebraska.
Alta is one of my great great grandmother on my father's side. She was born 16th of June 1839 Knox Ohio to Lemuel and Mary A ( Rouse) Cheuvront.  She passed away on the 28th of September 1937 in Taylor Loup, Nebraska.
 
Pictured is Alta in the upper right hand corner with her parents, brother and sister.

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Happy 4th of July 2013 My Revolutionary Ancestors

Happy 4th of July 2013, another year we can celebrate our freedom thanks to those who fought for it so many years ago. 

I am what is known as a mutt. My ancestors came from several areas in Europe. England, Ireland, France, Germany and Scotland.
One of the firsts was the Day line from England, the Zion line from Germany and Cheauvront line from France.
Fighting in the Revolutionary war were the family names of
Daniel Day 14th Nov 1746 to 1830
Joseph Cheuvront  2nd  Feb 1757 to 25 Mar 1832
John Rouse 9th of  Dec 1741 to 19th Jan 1834 Pension Files found
Ebenezer Coleman 29th of Oct 1731 to 1824

There were probably other family members who fought in this war and I will be busy searching for their information.

Thanks for stopping by , hope to find the time to spend more time here sharing some of my family information. Grace

Thursday, January 3, 2013

On This Day Great Great Grandpa Patrick Gallagher Died in 1898



On this day in 1898 great great grandfather is Patrick Gallagher who was born in Ireland in 1830. He  died on the 3rd of January 1898 in LaCrosse Wisconsin.
He immigrated from Ireland, married Joanna Riordan and together they had four children. Mary, Kate , Bridget and William. Lived and died in LaCrosse Wisconsin.
Pictured here is Patrick and Joanna with two of Bridget children.