3rd Generation Notes

Descendants of John RAMSEY

Notes


 Henry Shaner

The Shaners went to Cumberland Co, Illinois with much of the Cutright clan.


6. John C. RAMSEY

Benjamin death date possibly 16 Jan 1863- died in Civil War. Nathaniel & James were in Montgomery Co, Kansas 1880. Polly & Uriah Hite also went to Illinois. Albert resided in Champaign Co. and was divorced from Sophia.
INFO SOURCES: Census, Logan Co Deeds & Marriages, Champaign Co Probate, Coles Co Illinois Circuit Court, Cemetery Records, Coles Co Deeds & Marriages, Illinois Vital Records, Albert Ramsey Family Bible
Bellefontaine Gazzette, 10 August 1839:
List of Letters in Bellefontaine P.O. July 1, 1839; Ramsey, John - 2


28. John RAMSEY

John Ramsey m. Mary Brady
Sunday, 11-Jul-1999 19:08:50
 168.191.165.191 writes:
 I'm looking for John Ramsey b. 1838 Logan Co. Ohio, married 8 Sep 1856, Edgar Co. Ill. to Mary Brady
b & d unknown. Need to know where John died and when and something/anything on Mary Brady to look
for children of this union & ancesters of Mary Brady. I have one known child, Margaret Eunice Ramsey b.
18 Jun 1869 in Coles Co. Ill She married Charles Robert Ford 18 Dec 1889 Butler Co. Ks.
 Phyllis Ford
COULD THIS BE? - Company "B" 21st Illinois Infantry - RAMSEY, John C. Private Oakland Jun 28, 1861 Died, Andersonville prisín, May 10, 1864; Gr. 1018
Company "E" 97th Illinois Infantry - RAMSEY, John Private Charleston Sep 8, 1862 Mustered out July 29, 1865


 Joseph Essex

There was an Elizabeth Essex (age 38, born Ohio) living with Joseph & Cynthia in 1850, she may be a daughter or sister to Joseph. She died 9 Jan 1867 at the Logan County Infirmary. Last known residence for Essex family was Paulding Co. Rachel's husband Wm Downard deserted from the army and disapeared.


 Joseph C. Barker

A Blacksmith


38. Clement H Barker

A Blacksmith


9. Rosanna RAMSEY

Divorced 1850


 Joseph EMBERLIN

The Emberlins left Ohio and went to Henry County, Indiana in the early 1830s. By
1850 they were in St. Joseph Co, Indiana.


46. Alexander EMBERLIN

Civil War vet


48. John H EMBERLIN

Civil War vet


10. Andrew RAMSEY

Andrew Ramsey's grave stone in Good Hope Cemetery computes to the 7 June 1804 bi rth date. A second grave stone for him found as a sidewalk on the old Butler far m down the road has a conflicting age, computing to a birthdate of 7 Feb 1805.
BURIAL: A second tombstone for Andrew Ramsey was found in the early 1980s. It was a large slab stone that had been used as a sidewalk at the McGinnis house on St Rt 292. The house used to belong to relatives, and it was originally the old John Hill farm. This newly found tombstone listed Andrew's age different, he would have been born on 7 Feb 1805. It also said he was a member of the M. E. Church. We really don't know which stone is correct, but possibly the second was a correction of the first. It is possible that the grave was moved from the Hill farm to Good Hope, but not probable. Probably when Clarissa died they replaced the stone to have one large one for both parents. When William Ramsey deeded the Cemetery to the township he transferred all of the land except his father's grave.


11. Anderson J. RAMSEY

Anderson Ramsey may have lived in Logan Co. for a while in 1830s but if so retur ned to Fayette County. They went to Wells County, Indiana in the early 1850s. An derson was in Greene Co, Indiana in the 1880s, but we have no idea where and whe n he died,(29 Oct 1988)
Bellefontaine Gazette, 26 October 1839
List of letters in Bellefontaine P.O., Oct. 1, 1839 Ramsey, Anderson


55. Nancy RAMSEY

was dead by 1885, with heirs in Kansas


63. Sarah J RAMSEY

Dead by 1885


12. Nathaniel RAMSEY

Clarissa d. by 1850. John & James d. by 1880. William in Kansas 1880.


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