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201 !BAPTISM: Baptisms;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish; p 33; FHL#1835537; #264.
!DEATH: Burials;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish; p 21-2; FHL#1835537; #173, age 1. 
Noble, Harriet (I16295)
 
202 !BAPTISM: Baptisms;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish; p28; FHL#1835537; #229.
!DEATH: Burials;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish, p 20; FHL#1835537; #157, age 16 months. 
Noble, Emma (I16294)
 
203 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: Baptisms;1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1736835. Baptisms;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1836276.
!BURIAL: Burials;1557-1812; Parish Register, Church of England, Hernhill;; FHL#1836276. 
Filmer, Anne Mary (I16321)
 
204 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: Baptisms;1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1736835. Baptisms;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1836276.
!DEATH-BURIAL: Burials; 1813-1914; Parish Register, Church of England, Harbledown Parish;; FHL#1836248. NOTE: Baptisms of Emma 26 Feb 1815 and Thomas Dennis 22 March 1818, born out of wedlock to Sarah Filmer in Harbledown workhouse (FHL#1836247). Thomas and Sarah died in 1818. There is also a Removal Order by Harbledown Overseers to Hernhill Overseers requiring them to remove and provide for" Sarah Filmer being great of a bastard child or children;" Hernhill Parish Chest Records, dated 5 November1814, FHL#1850732. Sarah of these records could be this Sarah, daughter of Robert. 
Filmer, Sarah (I16323)
 
205 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: Baptisms;1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1736835. Baptisms;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1836276. Filmer, Robert (I16322)
 
206 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: Baptisms;1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1736835. Baptisms;1557-1914; Parish Register, Church or England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1836276. Filmer, James (I16324)
 
207 !BIRTH-BAPTISM: Baptisms;; Boughton next Blean Parish Register, Church of England;; FHL#1836199; son of Edward Stonetsreet & Ann Drury of Roade Common.
!MARRIAGE: Marriage Records; 1569-1790; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Boughton Blean Parish;; FHL#1736527.
!DEATH: Burials; 1569-; Biship's Transcripts, Church of England, Boughton Under Blean Parish;; FHL#1736527; John Stonestreet of Hernhill. 
Stonestreet, John (I16330)
 
208 !BIRTH-DEATH: 1)Tombstone gives dates of birth and death. 2)Age 10 in 1850
!MAR: Guthrie Co, IA mar rec. 
Hougham, Martha (I2316)
 
209 !BIRTH-DEATH: 1)West Union Cem, Parke Co, IN: Tombstone: Rebecca, 17 years, Hougham, Rebecca (I2319)
 
210 !BIRTH-DEATH: 1)West Union Cem, Parke Co, IN: Tombstone: Rebecca, 17 years,!BIRTH: Date calculated from age of death on tombstone.
!MAR: Parke Co., IN, Mar Rec., 1831-1861, p. 77.
!DEATH: Sarah Ann's tombstone is labeled "Sarah Ann Hougham, "dau A & M." In a conversation with Fred York about 1970 he stated that his father Aaron
!PROBATE: Guthrie Co IA probate rec under title of "York Heirs" prove her 
Hougham, Sarah Ann (I2321)
 
211 !BIRTH-DEATH: A.P. York Family Bible, dates told to me from Bible by Addie York Myers, Aug 1967. York, Sarah Cathrine (I5523)
 
212 !BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: 1)A.P. York Family Bible; data given orally by Addie York York, Hazel Marie (I5526)
 
213 !BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: 1)Dallas Co, IA, b, mar and death records. 2)A.P. York Family History, comp. 1992, and updated yearly. York, Fred Lee (I5524)
 
214 !BIRTH-MAR-DEATH: A. P. York Family History, comp. 1992. Gives Walter's and York, Walter Jay (I5522)
 
215 !BIRTH: Removal Orders;1709-1830; Parish Chest Records, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1850732; Order from Overseers of Harbledown Parish to Overseers in Hernhill requiring them to receive and provide for Robert Filmer, his wife Mary and their 4 children. " Charlotte aged about 10 years." Order dated 17 Nov 1821. Filmer, Charlotte (I16327)
 
216 !BIRTH: Removal Orders;1709-1830; Parish Chest Records, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1850732; Order from Overseers of Harbledown Parish to Overseers in Hernhill requiring them to receive and provide for Robert Filmer, his wife Mary and their 4 children. " George aged about 8 years." Order dated 17 Nov 1821.

He is shown in the 1841 census for Harblesdown:

Filmer, George Head M 25 Ag Lab Ken
Filmer, Lucy F 20 Ken

and again in the 1851 census for Harblesdown:

Filmer George Head M M 38 Ag Lab Canterbury
Filmer, Lucy Wife M F 32 Ashford 
Filmer, George (I16328)
 
217 !BIRTH: Removal Orders;1709-1830; Parish Chest Records, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1850732; Order from Overseers of Harbledown Parish to Overseers in Hernhill requiring them to receive and provide for Robert Filmer, his wife Mary and their 4 children. " Thomas aged about 16." Order dated 17 Nov 1821. Filmer, Thomas (I16325)
 
218 !BIRTH: 1)1856 Guthrie Co, IA, State Cens. Aaron P. York, age 4, b Iowa. In
!MAR: Mar Rec of Van Buren Co, IA.
!PROBATE: Dallas Co, IA Wills, Box Y-3. Will made 31 Jul 1908; d 29 Oct 1921;
!FAMILY: Children's births from the family bible of Aaron Parkhurst & Sarah
!HISTORY: Went by name of "Park." Worked in Carson City, NV, when a young man where he met his future wife.
!CENSUS: 1880 Washoe Co, NV, census, p. 331. York, P. Aaron [sic], age 28,
!NEWSPAPER: News clipping from Redfield, Iowa, newspaper, dated June 1909,

OBITUARY - Dallas County News - November 2, 1921 p.1
Aaron Parkhurst York
Back in the pioneer days when the country was new and undeveloped, there was born to Mr. & Mrs. John Wesley York on March 17, 1852, a baby boy whom they named Aaron Parkhurst, the subject of the sketch, he being the 1st white boy born in Guthrie County, while yet a small boy, scarcely 4 years old when he was bereft of a mother's love and care, having to make his own way alone in the world he went at an early age to Nevada where he came in contact with yet a newer country meeting adversity and prosperity with undaunted courage and with the motto to win, overcame the obstacles of the far west. It was while here that he met the companion of his life, and in due time they returned to his early home in Iowa where he was married to Sarah Catherine Rail of Van Buren County, February 16, 1882. They then located on the farm in Colfax township where they lived and raised their family of nine children to manhood and womanhood; Mrs. C.N. Martin, Redfield IA; J.M. York who lives on the old home place, Adel; Mrs. H.L. Frye, Redfield; C.W. York, Redfield; Mrs. Guy Chapman, J.W. York, Fred L. York, Mrs. Lee Myers, Mrs. Hazel Walker, all of Adel; one daughter dying in infancy. Mr. York lived to see his children all in comfortable homes of their own and in 1918 he and his good wife retired to a cozy home in Adel to rest and enjoy the labor of their earlier days. At the age of 31 he gave his heart to God at the meetings held in the schoolhouse at Colfax township, later helping to build the Colfax M.E. Chapel of which he was the Supt. of Sunday School for years. He was also a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows for 31 years. He joined the church in Adel on moving to town and has been faithful. He loved the Sunday School and Church. He was highly respected and loved by the members of the Friendly class. During the month of July he was taken sick and in a short time critically ill, and has hovered between life and death for nearly 4 months, passing from this world Oct. 29, 1921, aged 69 years, 7 months, 12 days. He was a patient sufferer, always interested in the topics of the day, ready with his jokes. During the last few days, his suffering was intense and he signified his willingness to go, saying he was ready to those of us who were permitted to be at his bedside. We could learn this lesson to our comfort that his faith in God was sublime and his patience unexcelled. He leaves to morn his passing, his wife, 9 children, 27 grandchildren, 3 half-brothers, and one half-sister, and a host of friends.
Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon at the Methodist Church conducted by Rev. D.B.S. Prather. Interment was at Panther Creek Cemetery. 
York, Aaron Parkhurst (I5512)
 
219 !BIRTH: 1)1856 Guthrie Co, IA, State Cens., Jackson Twp., Joseph, age 2. 2)Day and month from date book of Flora York Martin.
!MAR: Dallas Co, IA, Mar Rec, Bk 1-a, p. 210.
!OBITUARY: In "Dallas County Records" Vol. III, comp. Snedden: b & d dates and places; "He moved to Dallas Co at age 16 and has been a resident since, except a year spent in CA."
!PROBATE: Dallas Co, IA, Probate Rec, file drawer Y-2. Petition of Sarah C.
!HISTORY: "History of Dallas Co. Iowa," 1879, Des moines Union Hist. Soc.: p. 607, York, Joseph. Farmer, Panther Creek. (No biog.) 
York, Joseph Harvey (I5514)
 
220 !BIRTH: 1)1870 Guthrie Co, IA, cens, p 219. Redfern, Jane, age 45, b Ind. 2)
!MAR: Parke Co IN Mar. Rec., 1831-1861, p.36. Jane Hougham to William Redfern.
!DEATH: 1)Morrisburg Cem., Guthrie Co, IA. Died aged 74y 6m 29d. 2) Past and
!RESIDED: To Marion Co, IA 1846; To Polk Co, 1848; To Guthrie Co 1852.
!CENSUS: In 1850 Polk Co IA cens. 
Hougham, Jane (I2313)
 
221 !BIRTH: 1)Dallas Co., IA birth records, Bk. 1-104. 2)A. P. York Family Bible. 3)A.P. York Family History, compiled 1992.
!MAR: Dallas Co. Mar Rec Bk. 2-60.
!DEATH: Dallas Co. death rec Bk. 7-153.
!CENSUS: 1915 Dallas Co, IA, State cens, #s 171-175. J.M. York, 31; Martha May, 28; Richard, 7; Josephine, 5; Leonard A, 3. 
York, Joseph Marlon (I5518)
 
222 !BIRTH: 1)Family Group records of Jean Evans, Champaign, IL, 1971-1972. 2)IGI listing. 3)Butler Co, OH, Will Records. Will of Aaron Hougham, made 20 May 1815, prob. 8 Sep 1824. "...Sarah McFerrew...." [looks like]. She is listed fifth in order.
!MAR: Will of Aaron Hougham. Married _______ McFerrin. 
Hougham, Sarah (I2213)
 
223 !BIRTH: 1)Family Group records of Jean Evans, Champaign, IL, 1971-1972. 2)IGI listing. 3)Butler Co, OH, Will Records. Will of Aaron Hougham, made 20 May 1815, prob. 8 Sep 1824. "...Susannah Harper...." She is listed sixth in order.
!MAR: Will of Aaron Hougham. Married _______ Harper. 
Hougham, Susanna (I2214)
 
224 !BIRTH: 1)Family Group records of Jean Evans, Champaign, IL, 1971-1972. 2)IGI listing. 3)Butler Co, OH, Wills. Will of Aaron Hougham, made 20 May 1815, prob. 8 Sep 1824. "...my daughter Ruth Meriman...."
!MAR: Will of Aaron Hougham. Married _______ Merriman. No other data known. 
Hougham, Ruth (I2212)
 
225 !BIRTH: 1)From Family Group records of Jean Evans, Champaign, IL, 1971-1972.
!MAR: Will of Aaron Hougham. Married _______ Davis.

There is a question whether Elizabeth is #3 or #7 child as there is now
two different birth dates. 1774 & 1785 
Hougham, Elizabeth (I2211)
 
226 !BIRTH: 1400 (15-1414) Smith, Sarah (Twin) (I12512)
 
227 !BIRTH: According to IGI entry, Aaron may possibly be the son of Jarvis Hougham and wife Rebecca; this entry gives his date of b as 14 May 1801 (a possible transcription error) in Ohio. He is temporarily assigned [as of 28 Nov 1994] to this couple until more research can be done. B date calculated from age at d.
!MAR: Indiana Magazine of History, Vo. 52:78, 1956: Mar date and pl.
!DEATH: Tombstone shows d date and age: 67y 8m 5d.
!CENSUS: Henry Co, IN, 1830, 1840; Parke Co IN, 1850; Guthrie Co, IA, 1856,
!DEEDS: 1)Henry Co, IN, Original Land Entries. 20 Aug 1823, Hougham, Aaron of Fayette Co.; 1 Oct 1829, Hougham, Aaron of Henry Co. 2)Parke Co, IN, Deeds. Sep 1835, Aaron Hougham from Henry Van Meter; Nov 1836, Aaron Hougham from Isham Burton; Sep 1837, Aaron Hougham to William Phelps (or Phillips); Dec 1837, Jonathan Hougham to Aaron Hougham; May 1839, Aaron Hougham from Chas. W. Smith; Dec 1839, Aaron Hougham to Isaac Redfern.
!HISTORY: Past & Present of Guthrie County, Iowa, p. 501-02, under biog. of son Aaron Hougham, Jr.: The father accompanied his parents to Indiana when a samll boy, and it was in that state that he was reared, educated and married. He followed general farming in that state until 1850, when, hoping to enjoy better advantages in a new district, he moved by team and wagon to Iowa, locating on a tract of land which he entered from the government, this being situated in Jackson, now Penn township, Guthrie county. He erected a log cabin on his farm and there took up his abode, the family sharing in the hardships and privations incident to the establishment of a home on the frontier. After four years, however, he removed to another farm west of Dale City, where he continued his operations as a farmer, and that he was successful in his undertakings is indicated by the fact that he acquired five hundred acres of land and in 1863 retired to Panora, where he spent his remaining days in the enjoyment of a well-earned rest. In 1857 he was elected judge of Guthrie county....he also served as justice of the peace in Jackson township and was the first justice who held a legal trial in Guthrie county.

Guthrie County
Brief County History
Guthrie County was named by Theophilus Bryan, sheriff and later county judge of the county. He named it in honor of his friend Captain Edwin B. Guthrie, a commanding officer of a company of Iowa volunteers in the Mexican War.
The county was organized, and the search for a county seat began. The State Legislature, at its 1850-1851 session, appointed David Bishop of Madison County and Lewis Whitten of Polk County to designate a county seat. After taking location and the center of the population at that time into consideration, the town of Panora was selected.
In June of 1853 there was a contract let to build the courthouse, but for some reason it was never built. It stayed this way until March 16, 1857, when Edward Serry made plans and specifications for a courthouse. Soon afterwards James Cline was hired to build the courthouse. Again the contract was annulled and the courthouse was not built. Mr. Cline received $200 for his troubles.
On March 7, 1859 William Tracy and E.B. Newton presented county judge Aaron Hougham with a petition asking that the location of the courthouse be moved to Guthrie Center, since it was more towards the center of the county than Panora. It was sent to the voters of the county, and Panora won by a count of 297 to 277. The first courthouse was finally built later in 1859.
This setback did not stop the people of Guthrie Center. On March 1860 another petition was filed on behalf of Guthrie Center. James Cline then filed a petition against the Guthrie Center petition. After the court took these petitions and testimony of the citizens under advisement, it was decided that another election would be held on April 2, 1860. This time Panora lost, and, on April 7, the court decreed that Guthrie Center was the new county seat and ordered all the papers moved to Guthrie Center.
A wagon train set out for Panora to obtain the safe and county records. They returned in full force with the safe, records and county judge T.B. Harbour. All of these were housed in a building prepared by E.B. Newton.
A petition was brought before the September session in 1861 by the people of Panora to relocate the county seat. Again the people voted and this time Panora won the right to house the county seat. So the safe, records and county judge were all packed up and moved back to Panora.
Guthrie Center tried twice more to regain the county seat. The first time, in 1870, they were unsuccessful, but on the second try, 1873, they won back the county seat. It has been there ever since.
As was mentioned before, the first courthouse was built in 1859, in Panora. It was made of native lumber and was two-stories high. The cost was $2,400.
A beautiful courthouse was built at a cost of $22,500 in Guthrie Center in 1877. The building burned to the ground on March 3, 1883. Bids went out, but all were more than the $15,000 insurance money. The bid finally accepted was for $19,100, and it was two years before the courthouse was completed. This courthouse served the county for 81 years.
During the summer of 1963, construction was begun on a new courthouse. In November the old courthouse was destroyed by fire. For one year, during construction, Guthrie County was without a courthouse.
The present courthouse was occupied in November 1964. It was designed by Dougher, Frevert, and Ramsey of Des Moines and cost $417,000.
Taken from History of County Governments in Iowa, published in 1992 by Iowa State Association of Counties, Des Moines, Iowa
Archaeological Site Information
As of June 1996, there are 68 archaeological sites recorded in Guthrie County.


Aaron Hougham

Aaron Hougham was the third to occupy this most responsible position [county judge], which was de facto, the government, being duly elected in 1857, and remained at the head of affairs until 1859. He was born in Ohio in 1801, but removed to Indiana with his parents, in an early day, when he was but a small boy. He lived, at home, in Henry and Park counties, Indiana, receiving his education in the common schools of that state, until the spring of 1851, when he came to Guthrie county, locating in Jackson township. He was married to Miss Mary Parkhurst, a native of Pennsylvania, by whom he had eleven children. Mr. Hougham was the pioneer justice of the peace in Jackson township, and also the first county-school fund commissioner. He died in October, 1867, in this county, honored by all. 
Hougham, Aaron 3 (I2215)
 
228 !BIRTH: Age 16 in 1850 Parke Co, IN cens.
!DEATH: Past & Present of Guthrie County, Iowa, pub. 1907, p. 501; biog. o

A J R Hougham was recorded on the 1875 Nevada census as a rancher in Lyon County He is recorded as being born in Indiana

A Jas R is on the Nevada 1880 census

a toll road was built from Dayton to Walker Lake that passed near Hougham's farm that was actually, in my opinion, the predecessor route of the Carson & Colorado Railroad's narrow gauge route. The man who built the toll road worked for the Virginia & Truckee RR, the parent company of the C&CRR. - Sue Silver 
Hougham, James Riley (I2320)
 
229 !BIRTH: Baptisms; 1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;; FHL#1736835. Baptisms;1557-1914; Parish Records, Church or England, Hernill Parish;;FHL#1836276.
!DEATH: BURIALS;1813-1891; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p32; FHL#1796545; Thomas Filmer of St. Mildred's Canterbury, age 33. Not really sure this is same Thomas. 
Filmer, Thomas (I16201)
 
230 !BIRTH: Baptisms; 1569-1813; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Hernhill Parish;;FHL#1736835. Baptisms;1557-1914; Parish Records, Church of England, Hernill Parish;;FHL#1836276.
!DEATH: BURIALS;1813-1891; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p32; FHL#1796545; age 18 of Lower Hardres. 
Filmer, Anne (I16203)
 
231 !BIRTH: Baptisms; 1813-1894; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Bridge Parish; p 43; FHL#1786077; # 347.
!DEATH-BURIAL: Burials; 1813-1959; Parish Register, Church of England, Barham Parish; p 88; FHL#1836199; #697, age 17. 
Filmer, Sarah (I16314)
 
232 !BIRTH: Baptisms; 1813-1904; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p; FHL #1786545.
!CENSUS: British Census, Kent;1851; Lower Hardres Parish, HO107/1623; p97; FHL Film #193524:Pitt Bottom, house #18, age 13; British Census, Kent;1861; Lower Hardres Parish; p 70; FHL Film #542653; Street End, householder #16, age 29, gardener, unmarried, house of father. 
Evans, Thomas (I16310)
 
233 !BIRTH: Baptisms; 1813-1904; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p; FHL Film 1786545.
!CENSUS: British Census, Kent;1861; Lower Hardres Parish, HO ; p70; FHL Film #542653; Street End, householder #15, age 27, ag labor. 
Evans, John (I16307)
 
234 !BIRTH: Baptisms; 1813-1904; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p; FHL Film 1786545.
!DEATH: BURIALS;1813-1903; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p; FHL Film #1786545. 
Evans, Robert (I16309)
 
235 !BIRTH: Baptisms; 1813-1904; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p; FHL Film 1786545. Evans, Mary Anne (I16305)
 
236 !BIRTH: Baptisms; 1813-1904; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p; FHL Film 1786545. Evans, Emma (I16306)
 
237 !BIRTH: Baptisms; 1813-1904; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Upper Hardres Parish; p; FHL Film 1786545.
!BIRTH: Baptisms; 1813-1904; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p; FHL Film 1786545. NOTE: Child b to Sarah Evans single bp 2 May 1839 Alfred, buried 11 July 1839, 10 wks No proof same Sarah but probable.
!CENSUS: British Census, Kent;1861; Lower Hardres Parish; p 70; FHL Film #542653; Street End, householder #16, age 37, house of father, unmarried. 
Evans, Sarah (I16303)
 
238 !BIRTH: Baptisms; 1813-1904; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Upper Hardres Parish; p; FHL#1786545.
!CENSUS: British Census, Kent;1851; Lower Hardres Parish, HO107/1623; p97; FHL Film #19352; Pitt Bottom, Householder #24, age 30, lodger, ag labor.
!DEATH: BURIALS;1813-1903; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p; FHL Film #1786545. 
Evans, Henry (I16301)
 
239 !BIRTH: Baptisms;1813-1904; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Upper Hardres Parish;; FHL Film #1786545;# 69.
!DEATH: Burials;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish; p 14; FHL Film #1835537; #108, age 2; NOTE: Family moved from Upper Hardres to Petham during life of Elizabeth. 
Noble, Eliza (I16292)
 
240 !BIRTH: Baptisms;1813-1904; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Upper Hardres Parish;; FHL#1786545; NOTE: parents incorrectly given as Richard & Mary.
!DEATH: Burials;1813-1911; Bishop's Transcripts, Church of England, Petham Parish; p 16; FHL#1835537;#128., age 5. 
Noble, Mary Anne (I16291)
 
241 !BIRTH: Baptisms;1813-1917; Parish Register, Church of England, Lower Hardres Parish; p15; FHL#1866547; #120. See also, Family Notes; 1850-1950; Research Notes of Albert Noble;; Doc File.
!CENSUS: British Census, Kent; 1861-1891. 1861, St Gregory's, Canterbury, RG 9/522; p116; FHL#542654; Household #146, #4, age 34, b Lower Hardres. 1871 Petham, RG11/953; p 60; FHL#827249; Household # 98, Petham St, age 44, b L Hardres. 1881 Petham, 953/60; p 3; FHL#1341227; Household #11, Petham St, age 54.
!DEATH: Death Certificate; 1918; General Register Office;; #DXZ346075; Died in infirmary, Union Workhouse, Bridge, widow of George Noble, a farm laborer. One cause was "senile atrophy." NOTE: Due to fire there are no parish records for this year. Also no BT's at present on deposit at CCA. 
Filmer, Emma (I16211)
 
242 !BIRTH: Birth from Aaron Parkhurst York Family Bible in possession of Addie York Myers, Dallas Center, IA, as of 1993. Aunt Addie read all the birth data from the bible to this researcher while at her house in Aug 1967; she did not allow me to see and copy the information personally.
!MAR: Dallas Co, IA Mar. Rec.
!DEATH: Dallas Co, IA, Death Rec. Flora's funeral was one of the biggest the
!OBITUARY: From a typewritten copy of Flora's obituary: FLora May, eldest
!HISTORY: News clipping from Redfield, Iowa, newspaper, dated June 1909 
York, Flora May (I5517)
 
243 !BIRTH: Date and place of birth from Ancestral File.
!MAR: Parke Co, IN Mar. Rec., 1831-1861, p. 33. Nancy Hougham to John Newman. [Nancy's husband married her sister Elizabeth after Nancy's death.]
!DEATH: 1)Date and place of death from Ancestral File. 2)Past & Present of 
Hougham, Nancy (I2318)
 
244 !BIRTH: Date of birth from Ancestral File; place of birth from IGI.
!MAR: Parke Co IN Mar. Rec., Misc. Rec. Bk. 3, p. 198. Elizabeth Hougham to
!DEATH: 1)Date and place of death and place of burial from Ancestral File. 2)Past & Present of Guthrie County, Iowa, pub. 1907, p. 501; biog. of Aaron 
Hougham, Elizabeth (I2310)
 
245 !BIRTH: Family records supported by 1850 Parke Co, IN, cens.
!MAR: 1)Parke Co., IN. 2)Guthrie Co., IA. 3)Guthrie Co., IA. 4)Dallas Co, IA, Mar Rec, Bk 1-a, p. 213; J.W. York and Marsha [sic] W. Rumby, by B. F. Simcoke, J.P.
!DEATH: Wapello Co., IA Death Rec, Bk. 2, p. 86, No. 198. 72y 8m, b NC.
!CENSUS: 1)1850 Parke Co, IN, cens, p. 333. Wesley York, 26, farmer, b NC;
!"History of Iowa," located in Turn-of-the-Century Museum, Panora, IA; Biog.

Alternative Birth date 1 Jun 1824 Guilford County NC 
York, John Wesley (I2875)
 
246 !BIRTH: Joseph Rail Family Bible, in possession of Mabel Fishel Brooker and
!DEATH: Dallas Co, IA, Probate file Box Y-3. Petitioner Flora M. Martin;
!HISTORY: Known as "Katie." When a young woman she went to NV where she stayed with her aunt and uncle, Lem Allen. Here she met her future husband. [Note that she was actually the first cousin of Lem Allen.]
!CENSUS: 1880 Churchill Co, NV, p. 4. In fam of Lem (?) and Sarah A. Allen is listed Rail, Kate, age 22, niece, b Iowa, f b NY, m b Ohio. 
Rail, Sarah Catharine (I5516)
 
247 !BIRTH: Martha Ann's b date from Aaron P. York Family bible, in possession of York, Martha Ann (I5515)
 
248 !BIRTH: Mary Jane in Parke Co IN 1850 cens; not in IA 1856 cens. CONFLICT: The Parke Co, IN, cens was taken 26 Sep 1850, and lists "Mary J. age 1/12." This would put her birth date in late Aug or early Sep. York, Mary Jane (I5511)
 
249 !BIRTH: Mary was age 13 in 1850 Parke Co Cens. Pl of Birth assumed.
!MAR: Guthrie Co IA Mar Rec. Wilm. B. Cave; Mary Hougham. [CONFLICT: Records of Holly Mackey, Troy, MI, 1971, give the mar date as 25 Nov 1854.]
!DEATH: Past & Present of Guthrie County, Iowa, pub. 1907, p. 501; biog. of 
Hougham, Mary (I2317)
 
250 !BIRTH: See note under Jarvis Hougham, father. Birth date estimated.
!Given name sometimes spelled Runion. 
Hougham, Runyon (I2206)
 

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