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Joe Neeley

Given Name: Joe
Middle Name:
Surname: Neeley
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Birth Date: 21 April 1901
Social Security Number: 449-01-0627
State: Texas
Last Place of Residence: Cameron, Texas
Previous Residence Postal Code: 78520
Event Date: January 1987
Age: 86

Citing this Record:
"United States Social Security Death Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JLN8-7PV : accessed 24 Jul 2014), Joe  Neeley, Jan 1987; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).


Francois Petitpain

Groom's Name: Francois Petitpain  
Groom's Birth Date:  
Groom's Birthplace:  
Groom's Age:  
Bride's Name: Marguerite Chehens  
Bride's Birth Date:  
Bride's Birthplace:  
Bride's Age:  
Marriage Date: 15 Jan 1732  
Marriage Place: Ville Au Val,Meurthe-Et-Moselle,France  
Groom's Father's Name:  
Groom's Mother's Name:  
Bride's Father's Name:  
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Groom's Race:  
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Groom's Previous Wife's Name:  
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Bride's Previous Husband's Name:  
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M80110-1  
System Origin: France-ODM  
Source Film Number: 1077024  
Reference Number:  

Source Citation
"France, Marriages, 1546-1924," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FFWG-WNB : accessed 19 Aug 2012), Francois Petitpain and Marguerite Chehens, 15 Jan 1732; citing reference , FHL microfilm 1077024.


Jean Francois Alexandre Petitpain

Name: Jean Francois Alexandre Petitpain  
Gender: Male  
Baptism/Christening Date: 14 Sep 1813  
Baptism/Christening Place: , LIGNY-EN-BARROIS, MEUSE, FRANCE  
Birth Date: 14 Sep 1813  
Birthplace:  
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Father's Name: Charles Petitpain  
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Mother's Name: Anne Josephine Francois  
Mother's Birthplace:  
Mother's Age:  
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C83178-2  
System Origin: France-EASy  
Source Film Number: 1038238  
Reference Number:  

Source Citation
"France, Births and Baptisms, 1546-1896," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FMKB-LQS : accessed 19 Aug 2012), Jean Francois Alexandre Petitpain, 14 Sep 1813; citing reference , FHL microfilm 1038238.


Albert H. Myers

1860 Census:
Albert H. Myers  Age: 58  b. 1802  Occup: Butcher
Sarah            Age: 46  b. 1813  Occup: Wife
Margaret         Age: 26  b. 1834
James M Turpin   Age: 18  b. 1842
?Nidaeder        Age: 15  b. 1845
Ann G            Age: 12  b. 1848
Elizabeth        Age: 19  b. 1841
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Title:    Marriage Records 1851-1875 Valume 2
Record Location:    Johnson County, Indiana
    Compiled by Edna Bice, Franklin Indiana D. A. R. Alexander Hamilton Chapter 1930
Spouse 1:    Albert H. Myers
Spouse 2:    Elizabeth Turpin  
Marriage Date:    14 Jul 1857  
County:    Johnson  
Original Source Page:    54
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Name:    Albert Myers
Dates:    1801-1825  
Location:    
Town: Baltimore
American County:Maryland baltimore  
Occupation:    
Occupation: watch man  
Gender:    Male  
Address:    
Address: Welcome alley
Town: Baltimore
American County: Maryland  
Source Date:    1802  
Source Info:    
Listed in, [Baltimore, 1802] The Baltimore Directory, for 1802; Containing Names, Occupations, and Places of Abode of the Citizens, Arranged in Alphabetical order. Also Constitution of the United States, and Corporation of the City: with [A List of] the Duties, payable by Law on the Importation of Goods, Wares and Merchandize: together with, A General Abstract from the Revenue Laws, [Relative to] the Duty of Masters of Vessels - Of the Owners or Consignees of Goods - Of Officers of the Customs, &c. To which are added, [Courts] - Post Office Establishment - Land and Water Stages - [Public] Offices - Tables of Monies - Places of Public Worship, &c. With an Alphabetical List of the Streets, Lanes and Alleys., [1802], STAFFORD, William Stafford, Baltimore. Printed for the Editor, by [John] W. Butler, Corner of Gay & Water Streets

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Al, the book of Jessamine County marriages records the marriage you're interested in although the bride is listed as Sarah Cawway.  Bondsman was A. H. Myers and consent was given by Susanah Cawway, mother of the bride.  I only have the book, not the marriage license itself.  Also, I live a long distance from Jessamine co so I'm unable to go to the court house to see the actual license.  Sorry.  Gary


Sarah Ann Cawby

Married Daniel Turpin in Jessamine County, Kentucky on 27 Feb 1834.  Bond made by A.H. Myers and mother (Susanna Trisler Cawby) gave permission for marriage.  After his death, Sarah married Albert H. Myers.

In 1880 US Census, shows Sarah Myers living with her son James M. Turpin in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana under the name of Sarah Myers, relationship: Mother Gender: Female Race: W Age: 67 Birthplace: PA
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Sarah Ann Cawby Turpin Myers died May 27, 1900 and is buried in the Greenlawn Cemetery, 100 W. South St., Franklin, Indiana (317) 736-3680
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1860 Census:
Albert H. Myers  Age: 58  b. 1802  Occup: Butcher
Sarah            Age: 46  b. 1813  Occup: Wife
Margaret         Age: 26  b. 1834
James M Turpin   Age: 18  b. 1842
?Nidaeder        Age: 15  b. 1845
Ann G            Age: 12  b. 1848
Elizabeth        Age: 19  b. 1841
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Sarah Myers Indiana Death, Date: May 28, 1900 in Book H-19 Page 19 Johnson County Health Department, Johnson County, Indiana
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Recieved Death Certificate on Thomas Jefferson Turpin with Fathers name as: Nathan Turpin and mothers maiden name Sarah Colby.  Other records indicate Father was DANIEL Turpin and Mother was Sarah CAWBY.
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Sarah Myers found in:

Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920 Vital Records
Date:  May 28, 1900     
Location:  Franklin     
Age:  87 yr     
Sex:  Female     
Color:  W     
Source Location:  County Health Office, Franklin     
Source Notes:  The source of this record is the book H-19 on page 19 within the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.  
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Jessamine County KyArchives History - Books .....Early Settlers On Jessamine Creek 1898
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Joy Fisher sdgenweb@yahoo.com August 4, 2007, 11:31 pm

Book Title: A History Of Jessamine County, Kentucky

Early Settlers on Jessamine Creek.

  The early settlers on Jessamine creek were mostly German Protestants who came
in large part from Pennsylvania and Maryland, with a few from Virginia. The
following letter written by Dr. Peter Trisler to Rev. David Zeisberger in 1794,
from Jessamine county, will prove valuable, historically:

                         Jessamine Creek, September 4, 1794
Dear David:    I am exceedingly sorry that you did not come along with your
father during his recent visit to this delightful country. The sun shines
brighter in this country, and the skies are more blue, than the damp, moist
atmosphere at the mouth of the Cuyahoga. A good school is needed among us, and I
invite you once more to leave that inhospitable country of savages and cold winds.
                             Faithfully yours,
                                      PETER TRISLER.

  From most reliable records Rev. Jacob Rhorer was the founder of the first
Moravian church on Jessamine creek, in 1794, and the building was used as a
Moravian church by the Rhorer family up to near the beginning of the Civil War.

  The following are the names of the early settlers who were of German
parentage and belonged to the.Moravian Church, or "United Brethren": Arnspigers,
Alcorns, Cormans, Bowmans, Bruners, Earthenhousers, Easleys, Funks, Fraziers,
Grows, Gilmans, Goforths, Hiffners, Howsers, Harbaughs, Horines, Ritters, Rices,
Masners, Zikes, Ketrons, Waggamans, Warmslys, Overstreets, Quests, Yosts,
Hoovers, Trislers, Turks, Turpins, Shreves, Veatches, Vantresses, Naves, Cogars,
Crows, Copleys, Cawbys, and Schmidts. Nearly all of these names were in the list
of German settlers in the western part of Jessamine county, who were largely the
followers of John Huss. They were men of great common sense, good judgment,
honesty, a high sense of morality, and great lovers of freedom, and their
descendants still reside in that part of Jessamine county which their ancestors
in the early history of the state settled.

  In 1884 John Cawby had a Bible which was printed at Wittenberg in 1440. This
Bible was brought from Germany to Maryland in 1780, by Peter Trisler, who, in
1794, settled in the present limits of Jessamine county, where he died April 22,
1821. This old Bible was the property of Mrs. Nancy Horine, who was a
grandaughter of Dr. Trisler.

  Dr. Peter Trisler was born in Wittenberg, Germany, in 1745. He came to
Hagerstown, Maryland, when a very young man, and settled on Jessamine creek in
1791. When he came from Germany he brought the old Bible above referred to, and
this book contained records of a large number of the families above named. From
this stock German settlers have gone throughout the West and South, and they
usually became men of thrift, energy, character and brains. Some now in Illinois
and many in Missouri have carried away with them the splendid qualities of these
early settlers, and in their new homes have shown the sterling qualities of
their ancestors, who did so much to create and promote the best interests of the
new state they helped to found in the then wilderness of Kentucky.

  Names of those who settled in other parts of Jessamine from 1782 to the close
of the century:

  Archibald Bristow; Manoah Singleton; Elder Michael Rice; Jacob Howser; David
Watson, Sr.; Jacob Sedowski, afterward removed to Bourbon county; James
McKinney; Jeremiah King; Col. Jos. Crockett; Abraham Howser; Jacob Rhorer; John
Welch; Jacob Bruner; James Overstreet; Chris. Mason; Wm. Moss; Jno. Thornton;
Patrick Watson; Fielding Pilcher; Shadrach Pilcher; Samuel Rice; Minor Young;
Rev. Jno. Hudson; Jeremiah Dickerson; Wm. Fletcher; Wm. Bowman; John Two Nine
Scott; Col. Byrd Prewitt; Jno. Johnson; Jno. Lowry; Thos. Caldwell; Col. Geo.
Walker; John Lewis; James Duncan; Chas. Duncan; Jonas Davenport; James McCabe;
Jacob Rice; Rev. Nathaniel Harris; Col. Wm. Price; Col. Jno. Price; Major
Netherland; Benj. Blackford; Benj. Adams; Jno. Todd; Robt. Campbell; Abraham
Cassell; Francis Lowers; Thos. Shanklin; Robt. Shanklin: Daniel Mitchell; Thomas
Rowland; Thomas Overstreet.


Additional Comments:

Extracted from:

A HISTORY OF JESSAMINE COUNTY, KENTUCKY,
FROM ITS EARLIEST SETTLEMENT TO 1898.
By BENNETT H. YOUNG,
PRESIDENT POLYTECHNIC SOCIETY; MEMBER FILSON CLUB; MEMBER CONSTITUTIONAL
CONVENTION, 1890; AUTHOR HISTORY OF THE CONSTITUTIONS OF KENTUCKY, OF "BATTLE OF
BLUE LICKS, ETC, ETC.

S. M. DUNCAN, ASSOCIATE AUTHOR.

Every brave and good life out of the past is a treasure which cannot  be
measured in money, and should be preserved with faithfullest care.

LOUISVILLE, KY.: COURIER-JOURNAL JOB PRINTING CO., 1898
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Al, the book of Jessamine County marriages records the marriage you're interested in although the bride is listed as Sarah Cawway.  Bondsman was A. H. Myers and consent was given by Susanah Cawway, mother of the bride.  I only have the book, not the marriage license itself.  Also, I live a long distance from Jessamine co so I'm unable to go to the court house to see the actual license.  Sorry.  Gary
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Name: Sarah Turpin
Event Type: Census
Event Year: 1850
Event Place: Jessamine county, part of, Jessamine, Kentucky, United States
Gender: Female
Age: 37
Race: White
Race (Original):
Birth Year (Estimated): 1813
Birthplace: Kentucky
Household ID: 149
House Number: 149
Line Number: 15
Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Affiliate Publication Number: M432
Affiliate Film Number: 208
GS Film Number: 442976
Digital Folder Number: 004192498
Image Number: 00100


Household Role Gender Age Birthplace
D* Turpin M 52 Kentucky
Sarah Turpin F 37 Kentucky
Mary J Turpin F 15 Kentucky
Matilda Turpin F 14 Kentucky
Wm M Turpin M 12 Kentucky
Turpin M 10 Kentucky
Tho J Turpin M 9 Kentucky

Citing this Record:
"United States Census, 1850," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M65Z-7H9 : accessed 30 December 2015), Sarah Turpin in household of D* Turpin, Jessamine county, part of, Jessamine, Kentucky, United States; citing family 149, NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).
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The Franklin Democrat, Friday, June 1, 1900, Volume XL, Number 48, page 1, column 4

Mrs. Sarah Myers, age eighty-seven years, died Monday morning at the home of her son, Thomas J. Turpin, on east Madison street. She had been in poor health for some time due to extreme old age. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon from the residence conducted by Rev. C. R. Hudson of the Christian church, where the deceased had long held a membership. Burial at Greenlawn.

Created by: Mark McCrady
Record added: Dec 17, 2015
Find A Grave Memorial# 156128975
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=156128975
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The Franklin Democrat, Friday, June 1, 1900, Volume XL, Number 48, page 1, column 4

Mrs. Sarah Myers, age eighty-seven years, died Monday morning at the home of her son, Thomas J. Turpin, on east Madison street. She had been in poor health for some time due to extreme old age. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon from the residence conducted by Rev. C. R. Hudson of the Christian church, where the deceased had long held a membership. Burial at Greenlawn.