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CnilPlfiSD ANti PUBI1I8HED BY JOSEPHINE WALLACE.
Milton, [ndiana, 1805.
Milton Ni wa Piiint.
The author in compiling this volume has depended
to a great extent upon friends and relatives of the
different branches of the family, among whom Wallace
Sigerson has furnished some very valuable facts in
a paper written in 1878.
The volume deals principally with the family of
John Wallace, my grandfather, as little is know ©f
the other branches.
Hoping that my efforts to compile and preserve
for future generations the record of the family will
be appreciated, 1 am
Yours truly, J. W.
SKETCHES OF EARLY HISTORY
The Wallace family is of Scotch descent, said to be descended
from the illustrious statesman and warrior, Sir William Wallace,
hero of "Scottish Chiefs''.
William Wallace came from Scotland or Ireland to the colony
of Virginia about 1730, and lived in Albemarle county, where his
family was born and reared. The family consisted of four sons,
and at least, one daughter, perhaps more, viz: John, William,
Michael, Josiah and Hannah (Woods). Nothing is known of the
families of William and Josiah.
Michael had one son, Michael, who settle in Madison county,
Kentucky, and died there. His widow removed with her family to
Decatur county, Indiana.
The only remaining members of the family are Mrs. Nancy Warden,
of Xenia, Ohio, and John A. Wallace, of Jefferson county, Indiana.
John A. Wallace raised a family of four children, John, Samuel,
Laura and Alice M. John resides near Madison, Indiana, and has
four children, three sons and one daughter. Samuel is a grocery-
man in Hanover, Indiana, and has four children, two sons and
two daughters. Laura (McMillan) died some years ago leaving one
son, John, who is now eighteen years of age, and is studying
dentistry. Alice M. is a teacher in the public schools in Hanover,
Collins' History of Kentucky gives the following thrilling
account of an adventure in the life of the sister, Hannah Woods:
"In the year 1784 or 1785, near the Crab Orchard, in Lincoln
county, a very singular adventure occurred at the home of a Mr.
Woods. One morning he left his family, consisting of a wife and
a daughter, not yet grown, and a lame negro man, and rode off to
a station near by, not expecting to return till night. Mrs. .Voods,
being a short distance from her cabin, was alarmed by discovering
several Indians advancing towards it. She instantly screamed
loudly, in order to give the alarm, and ran with utmost speed, in
hope of reaching the house before them. In this she succeeded, but
befiore she could close the door the foremost Indian had forced his
way into the house. He was instantly seized by the lame negro man
and, after a short scuffle, they both fell with violence, the negro
underneath. Mrs. Woods was too busily engaged in keeping the door
shut against the party without to attend to the combatants, but
the lame negro, holding the Indian tightly in his arms, called to
the young girl to take the axe from under the bed and dispatch
him by a blow on the head. She immediately attempted it, but the
first attempt was a failure. She repeated the blow and killed him.
"The other Indians were at the door trying to force it open
with their tomahawks. The negro rose and proposed to Mrs. Woods to
let in another and they would soon dispose of the whole of them in
the same manner.
"The cabin was but a short distance from the station, the
occupants of which having discovered the perilous situation of the
family, fired on the Indians and killed another, when the remair.<
made their escape."
John Wallace, the elder brother, was born in 1732, and lived
six miles from Monticello, Virginia. He came from there to Ken-
tucky in the spring of 1783, and stopped at Crab Orchard one year.
From there he, with his wife, (whose name was Whorry before marriage),
and children went to the north side of the Kentucky river and
settled in Jessamine county, about ten miles from Lexington. His
wife died there and was buried at Pisgah "Meeting House," in Wood-
ford county. Their family consisted of seven children, viz: Hannah,
Rosanna, Polly, John, Patsy, Thomas and Betsy. About the year 1800
he moved from Kentucky to Monroe, Ohio. In 1812, the family, under
the leadership of the eldest brother, John, moved to Wayne county,
Indiana, where John had entered land in the fall of 1811.
The family at that time consisted of the father, two sons, John
and Thomas, and one daughter, Betsy, all single. The war broke out,
and being only two miles from the Indian boundary lines, they were
in danger from Indian raids. The first summer Betsy was sent into
the older settlement on what was called the East Fork of Whitewater,
and lived in the family of a Mr. Hunt. The father lived until
about the year 1820. He was a member of the Presbyterian church,
and a soldier of the Revolutionary War. The powder horn carried
by him through the war is now in the possession of his grandson,
The family of Hannah Philips consisted of four children, William,
Polly, Sally and Jane. All are dead.
The family of Rosanna Stout consisted of four children, Mollie,
Susan, Nancy and an infant. But one living at last account.
The family of Polly Sigerson consisted of seven children, Je.
Wallace, Margaret (Reed), John, William, Mary, (died single), and
Nancy (Sunderland). Only two now living, William at Ocean Sprin ,
Mississippi, and Nancy in Burlington, Iowa.
(Subject of this sketch)
The family of Patsy Cassaday consisted of six children,
Polly, William, Samuel, Betsy, Nancy and James. Only two now
living, Polly (Amnions) somewhere in Illinois, and Samuel at Mason,
He was a successful farmer, and for some months lived in the
neighborhood of Crawf ordsville, Indiana, where he took sick, of
measles and died, unmarried, about the year 1830, and as near as
can be ascertained, was about thirty-five years of age. At the
time of his death he owned the east half of the farm now belong-
ing to Isaac Kinsey.
Wallace Sigerson, in his account of him, says: "Of all the
young men 1 have known in a long life, he was preemminently the
Model Man. He was medium size, weight, summer and winter, 144
pounds. Physically, the best man of his size I have ever seen,
possessing an endurance that was unheard of in the country where
he lived. He has said he could never lift nor work hard enough
to tire him. In morals and religious character he had no equal
among men where he lived. In disposition, noble and generous
almost to a fault. He was a good neighbor, and would drop his
work, no matter how pressing, and go at their call. He commanded
the love and respect of all who knew him. He had been heard to
say if there was such a thing as fear, he had never experienced
it. He was never sick until he contracted the disease of which
The family of Betsy Dennis consisted of four children,
Warren, Franklin, Nancy and Thomas. Only two living at last
account, Franklin in Missouri, and Nancy in California.
RECORD OF THE FAMILY OF
John Wallace was born September 26th, 1780, and was married
March 16th, 1815 to Mary Banks, who was born December 1st, 1798,
in Kentucky. She was a daughter of Adam Banks, a noted Baptist
preacher of early days. It is said the marriage engagement was
made on first introduction, he being thirty-four years of age and
she not over seventeen.
He was a soldier in the war of 1812, and was successful in business
and accumulated large property. He died September 23rd, 1842, aged
sixty-two years. His wife survived until February 27th, 1867, and
died at the home of her son, Richard, in Milton, Indiana, aged sixty-
Their family consisted of twelve children, Oliver, Cyrus, Stephen,
James, John, William, Preston, Sarah, Richard, Emily, Allen and a
daughter who died in infancy.
Oliver Wallace, the eldest of the family, and the first white
child born in Washington Township, Wayne county, Indiana, was born
two and one-half miles south of Milton, February 19th, 1816, and
was married August 8th, 1850, to Mary Ann Doran, daughter of John
and Mary Ann (Jones) Doran, who was born October 18th, 1830. They
still live where they began housekeeping, two miles south of Milton,
on a part of the "old homestead." Their family consisted of three
children, Linville, Jasper and Flora. The latter died in infancy.
Linville Wallace was born June 26th, 1851, and was married
October 15th, 1883, to Lucinda Dehaven, daughter of James I. and
Eliza (Hamilton) Dehaven, who was born one and one-half miles west
of Connersville, Indiana, November 17th, 1852. Since their marriage
they have resided with his parents
Jasper Wallace was born August 18th, 1853, and was married
February 11th, 1880, to t ida McConnakp .daughter of Thomas and
Christina (Kramer) McConnaha, of Centerville, Indiana, who was
born July 28th, 1861.
They lived near Washington, Indiana, for near two years; they
then located on the farm adjoining his father's on the east which
he purchased, and lived there until his death, which occurred April
17th, 1888. In the summer of 1893, his widow erected a beautiful
home near the site of the old one. Their family consists of two
sons, Oliver T. and Clark M.
Oliver T. Wallace was born November 20th, 1880.
Clark M. Wallace was born June 2nd, 1884
Cyrus Wallace was born May 19th, 1817, and was married
September 18th, 1842, to Catherine Hunt, of Abington township, Wayne
county, Indiana, daughter of John and Mary (Whitehead) Hunt,
who was born October 8th, 1824. After their marriage they re-
sided on a farm two miles south-west of Milton until December,
1892, when they moved to Milton, where they purchased property.
Their family consisted of two daughters, Mary H. and Martha F.
MARY H. WALLACE
Mary H. Wallace was born September 8th, 1844, and was married
October 9th, 1861 to James S. Baker, son of John and Mary (Hannah)
Baker, who was born December 25th, 1837. They lived on a farm
two miles south-west of Milton until September 1882, when they
moved to Milton, where they have since lived, and for several years
he was engaged as traveling salesman for different companies.
Their family consisted of five children, Kate, Delia, Emma, John C.
and an infant, deceased.
Kate Baker was born November 22nd, 1863, and was married
January 18th, 1882 to Lewis F. Wilcox, son of Ransom and Elmira
(Ferguson) Wilcox, who was born in Wabash county, Indiana, May
1st, 1860. For about three years they lived on her father's farm,
south of town. From there they moved to Indianapolis, where they
now reside at 67 Oliver Avenue, and where he is employed at C. J.
Gardner's wholesale establishment.
Delia Baker was born January 4th, 1866, and was married April
12th, 1888, to James Elbert Gresh, son of Joshua and Mary Ann
(Callaway) Gresh, who was born in Milton, Indiana, August 1st, 1865.
For near three years they lived in Milton where he was engaged
with the ^roerican express company for some time. In the year 1890
they moved to Columbus, Ohio, where he accepted a position as express
messenger on the Hocking Valley railroad, and held that position
until he met his death November 9th, 1893, in a railroad wreck
near Fostoria, Ohio. His widow has since resided with her parents
Emma Baker was born May 5th, 1867, and died December 16th, 1868.
John C. Baker was born July 15th, 1869. He has spent a large
part of his young manhood in Indianapolis, but at present is em-
ployed at Richmond.
MARTHA F. WALLACE
Martha F. Wallace was born September 16th, 1845, and was
married September 30th, 1863, to Oliver Ferguson, son of Linville
and Elizabeth (Loder) Ferguson, who was born in Fayette count ,
Indiana, February 5th, 1840. They lived on a farm four miles south
of Milton until September 1879, when they moved to Hilton where
they resided until her death which occurred March 13th, 1886. Their
family consists of two daughters, Mary Luella and Rossie Belle.
Mary Luella Ferguson was born March 1st, 1865, and was married
December 27th, 1882, to 0. Lafayette Beeson, son of Marcus D. and
Ellen (Harvey) Beeson, who was born in Wayne county, March 10th,
1858. They lived in a pleasant country home two miles south of
Rossie Belle Ferguson was born September 1st, 1866, and was
married in Covington, Kentucky, December 7th, 1882, to Homer E.
Newman, son of Edmund B. and Mary Ann (Harden) Newman, who was
born October 4th, 1859, in Milton, Indiana. For less than one
year they lived in Sherman county, Kansas, and since then have
resided in Milton where they have a pleasant home and where he
was engaged in the furniture business for a few years. They have
one child, Luella.
Luella Newman was born in Milton, Indiana, December 22nd,
Stephen Wallace was born December 16th, 1818. He remained at
home until the spring of 1843, when he went to Hendricks county,
Indiana, and engaged in the nursery business with his cousin
James Sigerson. In the winter of the same year the nursery was
removed to Missouri, six miles south of St. Louis. He remained
there until near the close of the year 1844. In June of that year
occurred the great freshet of the Mississippi valley. After the
water had receded, Stephen, with many others, contracted the
disease known as "Mississippi shakes." He returned home early in
the winter, where he died of bleeding at the nose January 16th,
James Wallace was born February 17th, 1821, and was married
October 18th, 1849, to Nancy Cluckner, daughter of Joseph and
Terressa (Mannor) Cluckner, who was born in Lancaster county,
Pennsylvania, July 10th, 1829. She came to Indiana with her
parents when about a year old, and located three miles south of
Milton, where she lived at the time of her marriage, and continued
to live until the death of her husband which occurred July 20th»
1880. Their family consisted of four children, Alonzo, Melinda,
Cornelia and Clara.
Alonzo Wallace was born July 30th, 1850, and was married
February 26th, 1874, to Phoebe Caldwell, daughter of Samuel and
Mary (Parish) Caldwell, who was born in Fayette county, Indiana,
August 3d, 1850. They live on the farm where Alonzo was reared.
Their family consists of one daughter, Minnie Lee.
Minnie Lee Wallace was born September 28th, 1874 and was
married May 10th, 1893, to C. Emmet Crowe, son of James D. and
Barbara (McConaha) Crowe, who was born February 15th, 1867. They
reside on a farm two miles south of Milton. Early in the winter
of 1894 they purchased the Bridenbucher farm one-half mile farther
Melinda Wallace was born February 6th, 1852, and was married
January 11th, 1877, to George E. Manlove, son of William and
Margaret (Munger) Manlove, who was born in Fayette county, Indiana,
January 25th, 1845. They are pleasantly located on a farm in
Fayette county, two miles south-east of Bentonville, Indiana. Their
family consists of two daughters, Bertha and Ortha.
Bertha Manlove was born May 1st, 1878.
Ortha Manlove was born May 12th, 1881.
Cornelia Wallace was born Marcf, 5th, 1854 and died of diph-
theria, October 15th, 1859.
Clara Wallace was born September 11th, 18t>l, and was married
December 1st, 1880, to Albert R. Griffin, son of Charles W. and
Charlotte (Armstrong) Griffin, who was born in Fayette cou;
Indiana, March 4th, 1860. They are located in Fayette coui
four miles north of Connersville, Indiana. Albert is a
successful farmer and breeder of fine horses. Their family con-
sists of two children, Maud and Harr
Maud Griffin was born August 9th, 1882.
Harry Griffin was born March 25th, 1890.
John Wallace was born September 3rd, 1822, and was married
September 26th, 1848, to Elizabeth Wright, daughter of Joel and
Sarah (Birely) Wright, who was born in Marion county, Indiana,
near Broad Ripple, April 17th, 1824. They lived on a farm three
miles south of Milton until November 1888, when they moved to
Milton where they have since resided. John was successful as a
farmer, and though not now actively engaged in farming, still
takes pride in raising the famous "Wallace" watermelon. He numbers
his friends by his acquaintances, and his favorite sport is hunt-
ing the fox. Their family consisted of four children, William
Melvin, Savanah Dove, Frank Wright and Josephine.
WILLIAM M. WALLACE
William M. Wallace was born July 10th, 1849, and married March
3rd, 1874, to Adora S. Veach, daughter of Joshua and Harriet (Brown)
Veach, who was born in Fortville, Hancock county, Indiana, November
27th, 1855, and died May 29th, 1881. Their family consists of two
children, Marvin V. and Dora Belle.
William M. was again married November 23rd, 1887, to Eva J.
Adams, daughter of John C. and Hannah (Win ite) Adams, who was born
in Cambridge City, Indiana, October 17th, 1861. They live at
"Sunnyside" farm three miles south of Milton, where he is success-
fully engaged in small fruit culture and stock raising. He is the
owner of the well-known "Sunnyside" herd of Duroc Jersey swine.
Their family consists of one daughter, Edna.
Marvin V. Wallace was born February 13th, 1879. He graduated
from the country schools in the spring of 1893, and following
winter entered high school at Milton.
Dora Belle Wallace was born May 20th, 1881, and makes her home
with her grandparents in Milton.
Edna Wallace was born June 29th, 1891.
SAVANAH DOVE WALLACE
Savanah Dove Wallace was born October 18th, 1856 and died of
diphtheria January 12, 1860.
FRANK W. WALLACE
Frank W. Wallace was born April 20th, 1863, and was married
October 31st, 1888 to Leona Harvey, daughter of Ira and Me Hie
(Watkins) Harvey, who was born in Shelbyville, Indiana, October
17th, 1870. They reside on the old homestead, three miles south
of Milton. He is a successful young farmer and breeder of fine
Josephine Wallace, the author of this work, was born three
miles south of Milton, Indiana, May 23rd, 1866. She came with her
parents to Milton in 1888, where she has been engaged in different
mercantile pursuits. During the winter of 1891 she was employed
as saleslady in Knoxville, Tennessee. Since the beginning of the
present administration she has been assistant postmaster at Milton.
She was married June 20th, 1895, to Frank W. Clouds, son of George
C. and Mary (Shearer) Clouds, who was born in Cincinnati, Ohio,
February 25th, 1870. He learned the house painting trade, and'
was for a time engaged as fireman on the P. C. C. & St. L. rail-
road, leaving this occupation to attend Moores Hill college, where
he was graduated in stenography in 1893. Since that time he has
been engaged in newspaper work, being at present employed on The
WIL LIAM WALLACE
William Wallace was born in Wayne county, Indiana, October
20th, 1824, and was married February 12th, 1850, to Vienna
Ferguson, daughter of Nimrod and Elizabeth (Isbell) Ferguson, who
was born in Wayne county, Indiana, October 11th, 1824. They located
on a farm near Wabash, Indiana, and remained there, successfully
engaged in farming, until her death which occurred November 12th,
1882. Their family consisted of five children, John Milton,
Charles, Mary E., Frank W. and Thomas.
William was again married November 8th, 1883, to Amanda (Wright)
Bruce, daughter of Elizabeth (Lawrence) Wright, who was born November
6th, 1849. They have a pleasant home in the city of Wabash.
JOHN MILTON WALLACE
John Milton Wallace was born April 15th, 1851 and died October
Charles Wallace was born in Wabash county, Indiana, May 15th,
1854, and was married December 27th, 1876, to Lillie Stone,
daughter of William and Elizabeth (Thomas) Stone, who was born in
Wabash county, Indiana, April 20th, 1861. For a number of years
he lived on the homestead farm, then moved to Wabash where he at
'present resides although still actively engaged in farming. Their
family consists of three children, Grace Marie, Lawrence Lee and
Grace Marie Wallace was born November 23rd 1877.
Lawrence Lee Wallace was born October 28th, 1880.
William Auston Wallace was born November 18th, 1882.
MARY E. WALLACE
Mary E. Wallace was born September 24th, 1858, and died June
FRANK W. WALLACE
Frank W. Wallace was born September 26th, 1863, and died May
Thomas Wallace was born July 18th, 1865, and died October
Preston Wallace was born in Wayne county, Indiana, October
17th, 1826, and was married September 15th, 1851, to Mary Melissa
Ewing, daughter of Joseph and Jane (Lamm) Ewing, who was born in
Montgomery county, Ohio, September 8th, 1829. They moved to Wabash
county, Indiana, October 17th, 1851, and located on a farm of 120
acres, where they lived until her death which occurred October
16th, 1885. He has retired from active labor, and at present
resides with his son Walter on the old homestead farm. His family
consists of five children, Walter S., Mary Florence, Henry Edgar,
Laura Jane and Lulu Belle.
WALTER S. WALLACE
Walter S. Wallace was born June 5th, 1852, and was married
November 24th, 1881 to Rhoda Ann De Armond, daughter of Albert and
Mary J. (Beaver) De Armond, v/ho was born March 27th, 1861. They
reside on his father's farm near Wabash, Indiana. Their family
consists of one son, Austin.
Austin Wallace was born August 5th, 1887.
MARY FLORENCE WALLACE
Mary F. Wallace was born in Wabash county, Indiana, July 16th,
1854, and was married November 2nd, 1882, to Leonidas S. Springer,
son of Nathan and Ann (Beaver) Springer, who was born near Fayette-
ville, Rush county, Indiana, December 7th, 1852. They located in
Marion, Indiana, where they have since resided. January 10th, 1895
they moved into their new house at 809 West 2nd Street.
HENRY EDGAR WALLACE
Henry E. Wallace was born October 27th, 1857, and was married
May 24th, 1887, to Emma F. Wallace, daughter of Richard and Blizabeth
(Shortridge) Wallace, who was born in Rush county, Indiana, January
12th, 1860. They are located near Wabash, Indiana, where he is
successfully engaged in market gardening and fruit growing. Their
family consists of one son, Albert M.
Albert M. Wallace was born July 28th, 1888.
LAURA JANE WALLACE
Laura J. Wallace was born near Wabash, Indiana, May 17th, 1864,
and was married June 29th, 1887, to Daniel Webster Hutchens, who was
born of Quaker parents in South Wabash, Indiana, January 1st, L8
They spent one year in Springfield, Missouri. In the spring of 1890
they moved to Marion, Indiana, where he engaged as abstractor of
titles, and finally returned to their former home at South Wabash
where they now reside at 158 West like Street.
LULU BELLE WALLACE
Lulu B. Wallace was born February 29th, 1874, and resides in
South Wabash with her sister Laura.
Sarah Wallace was born January 27th, 1828, and was raariied
September 26th, 1850, to Newel Wright, son of Eli and Elizabeth
(Nelson) Wright, who was born February 5th, 1827. The following
year they moved to Wabash county, Indiana, where they located
on a farm near Wabash, and lived there until his death which
occurred November 10th, 1876. She continued to live in her home
with her youngest son, Charles, until she died, April 6th, 1888.
Their family consisted of five children, Elbert Melvon, Emsley W.,
Oliver M. , Nora and Charles Wallace.
ELBERT M. WRIGHT
Elbert Melvon Wright was born in Wabash county, Indiana, July
15th, 1851 and died September 4th, 1852.
EMSLEY W. WRIGHT
Emsley W. Wright was born in Wabash county, Indiana, March
28th, 1853, and was married March 12th, 1880 to Anna Greer,
daughter of John and Hannah Greer who was born in Wayne county,
Indiana, south-east of Milton, January 17th, 1856. Since their
marriage they have resided on a farm near the old homestead.
Their family consists of two children, Clarence V. and Lola Mame.
Clarence V. Wright was born February 12th, 1881.
Lola Mame Wright was born May 1st, 1886.
OLIVER M. WRIGHT
Oliver M. Wright was born in Wabash county, Indiana, May lt>th,
1855, and was married September 2nd, 1880, to Amanda Miller,
daughter of Newel G. and Margaret Miller, who was born in Miami
county, Indiana, December 27th, 1856. They reside on a farm four
miles west of Wabash. Their family consisted of four childrei.,
son and daughter who were born March 26th, 1881, and died in in-
fancy, M. Lee and Bruce Wallace.
M. Lee Wright was born July 6th, 1882.
Bruce Wallace Wright was born December 28th, 1890.
Nora Wright was born in Wabash county, Indiana, September 29th,
1857. In 1875 she married to Samuel Ewing. One daughter, Mable
Evangeline, was born to them. The marriage proved an unhappy one
and they separated January 1st, 1881.
On December 20th, 1887, she was united in marriage to Marquis
De Lafayette Swank, only son of David and Mary Swank, who was born
in Montgomery county, Ohio, February 2nd, 1857, and at an early
age moved with his parents to Madison county, Indiana. As a result
of this marriage one child, Jesse C. , was born. In 1891 they moved
to Anderson, Indiana, where they still reside.
Mable Evangeline Ewing was born in Wabash county, Indiana, March
Jesse C. Swank was born in Wabash, Indiana, April 17th, 1889.
CHARLES W. WRIGHT
Charles W. Wright was born in Wabash county, Indiana, September
21st, 1868, and was married March 27th, 1893, to Rose Miller,
daughter of George B. and Nancy E. Miller, of Brookfield, Missouri,
who was born February 17th, 1871. They reside on the family home-
stead near Wabash. Their family consists of one child, Hugh B.
Hugh B. Wright was born August 11th, 1894.
Richard Wallace was born in Wayne county, Indiana, December
10th, 1829, and was married December 16th, 1852 to Elizabeth
E. Shortridge, daughter of Harrison and Mary Jane (Loder) Short-
ridge, who was born February 3rd, 1836. For ten years they lived
in Raleigh, Rush county, Indiana. They then came to Milton where
he engaged in the mercantile business until the fall of 1871, when
they went to Maumee, Ohio, remaining there but a short time; then
a short residence at Toledo, Ohio, then at Neapolis, Ohio, making
six years in all. They then lived at Monroe, Michigan, until 1885,
when they moved to Wabash, Indiana, where they engaged in small
fruit culture, and remained there until his death, which occurred
February 28th, 1895, of pneumonia. Their family consisted of
seven children, Eliza A., Mary J., Emma F., Martha A., Albert M. ,
Addie S. and William 0.
ELIZA A. WALLACE
Eliza A. Wallace was born in Rush county, Indiana, December
19th, 1853, and was married January 21st, 1872, to Dayton H.
Warren, son of Levin and Sarah (Holloway) Warren, who was born
at Carthage, Indiana, December 24th, 1849. For two years they
lived in Hartford City, Indiana, and with the exception of a few
months spent in Montpelier, Indiana, they have resided in a pleasant
home in Milton, Indiana. For the first few years after marriage
Dayton was engaged in mercantile business, and afterward spent ten
years with the Dorsey Machine Company, as shipping clerk and
bookkeeper. He is at present engaged as a traveling salesman.
Their family consists of two children, Levin H. and R. Wallace.
Levin H. Warren was born in Hartford City, Indiana, March
19th, 1872, and was married June 6th, 1894, to Aurelia Blackburn,
daughter of Harry D. and Aurelia (Garrison) Blackburn, who was
born in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 6th, 1874. They live in Warsaw,
Indiana, where he is engaged in celery growing.
R. Wallace Warren was born in Milton, Indiana, February 22nd,
MARY J. WALLACE
Mary J. Wallace was born in Rush county, Indiana, April
17th, 18B6, and was married March 27th, 1878 to Herbert N.
Bartlett, son of Warren and Mary (Harvey) Bartlett, who was born
in Monroe, Michigan, September 11th, 1848. They moved to Dallas,
Texas, in 1887, the intervening years having been spent in Detroit,
Michigan, Crawf ordsville, Indiana, and Alexander, Arkansas. He
is in the employ of the H. & T. C. railway company as agent and
operator, that having been his vocation since fifteen years of
age, and she has taught for the last six years in the public
schools. They own their home in Oak Cliff, Texas, a suberb of
Dallas, but reside in the city at present. Their far.ily con-
sisted of three children, Mary Harvey, Dick Wallace and Emma
Mary H. Bartlett was born in Detroit, Michigan, December
Dick W. Bartlett was born in Schoolcraft, Michigan, February
22nd, 1881, and died at Alexander, Arkansas, September 7th, 1884.
Emma A. Bartlett was born in Alexander, Arkansas, August
28th, 1885, and died August 18th, 1886.
EMMA F. WALLACE
(See page 13 . )
MARTHA A. WALLACE
Martha A. Wallace was born in Raleigh, Indiana, April 29th,
1863, and was married August 31st, 1886, to Edwin E. Macy, M.D. ,
son of Pemberton and Nancy Ann (Ellis) Macy, who was born in Wabash
county, Indiana, August 31st, 1857. Dr. Macy is a graduate of
Hanneman Medical college, Chicago, class of 1885, also of Indiana
State Normal, class of 1894. He practiced medicine three years in
Roann, Indiana, and one year in Huntington, Indiana. Since that
time he, with his wife, has been engaged in school teaching, she
having been a teacher for a number of years.
ALBERT MONROE WALLACE
Albert M. Wallace was born in Milton, Indiana, December 27th,
1866, and died of brain fever February 22nd, 1871.
ADDIE S. WALLACE
Addie S. Wallace was born in Milton, Indiana, November 1869, the 18th,
and was married March 1st, 1895 to Charles E. Shull, son of Rufus
and Mary Ellen (Hostetler) Shull, who was born in Silver Lake,
Kansas, June 26th, 1871. They have both engaged in school teach-
ing for several years, and reside near Wabash, Indiana.
WILLIAM 0. WALLACE
William 0. Wallace was born in Neapolis, Ohio, June 27th, 1875.
He resides with his mother near Wabash, Indiana. Much of his
time has been spent in the study of natural science.
Emily Wallace was born June 15th, 1831, and was married
August 29th, 1850, to James Williams, son of Joseph and Charity
(Adams) Williams, who was born in Wayne county Indiana, January
2nd, 1822. They resided on a farm four miles south of Milton
until the year 1885, when they purchased property in Milton and
moved there, where they resided at the time of his death, which
occurred May 27th, 1890, of heart trouble. The widow with her
granddaughter still lives in her home. Their family consisted of
three children, Amanda E., Willard E. and Sarah I.
AMANDA E. WILLIAMS
Amanda E. Williams was born June 16th, 1851, and was married
September 23rd, 1874, to Albert Caldwell, son of Samuel and Mary
(Parrish) Caldwell, who was born in Fayette county, Indiana,
January 19th, 1848. They lived on a farm four miles south of
Milton, Indiana, until her death which occurred June 27th, 1878.
Their family consists of one daughter, Amanda W.
Amanda W. Caldwell was born June 13th, 1878, and resides in
Milton with her grandmother.
WILLARD E. WILLIAMS
Willard E. Williams was born July 3rd, 1853, and was married
October 11th, 1876, to Fannie M. Potter, daughter of William and
Rachel (Taylor) Potter, who was born in Butler county, Ohio, October
9th, 1856. For eleven years they lived on a farm near his birth-
place, and in the fall of 1885 removed to the homestead farm. In
September, 1894, they purchased property in Milton, where they are
now pleasantly located. Their family consists of two children, Ina
Belle and Homer W.
Ina Belle Williams was born December 3rd, 1877.
Homer W. Williams was born August 3rd, 1884.
SARAH I. WILLIAMS
Sarah I. Williams was born September 28th, 1855, and was
married February 17th, 1875, to Oliver H. Beeson, son of B. F.
and Katherine (Howard) Beeson, who was born in Wayne county,
Indiana, June 12th, 1853. They lived on a farm six miles south
of Milton until October 1890, when they moved to Milton. Since
the fall of 1893 he has conducted a meat market and feed store.
Their family consists of two children, Alice M. and Ralph W.
Alice M. Beeson was born September 3rd, 1881.
Ralph W. Beeson was born October 29th, 1886.
ALLEN R. WALL ACE
Allen R. Wallace was born in Wayne county, Indiana, July 30th,
1834, and was married at Greenfield, Indiana, October 19th, 1857,
to Martha E. Martindale, daughter of Austin and Katherine (Tague)
Martindale, who was born in Greenfield, September 18t^',~ 1840. At
the time of his marriage he was engaged in mercantile business in
Greenfield with his uncle, Shelton Banks, where he remained four
years. In 1861 they removed to Mattoon, Illinois, where for eight
years they were engaged in the dry goods business. They then spent
one year in Ft. Scott, Kansas, after which they came to Milton,
Indiana, where they remained three years. They then spent two years
in Indianapolis, and one year near Toledo, Ohio. They then went
to Switzerland county, Indiana, where they remained seven years
engaged in farming. From there they removed to Knox county,
Tennessee, where they lived ten years engaged in farming and market
gardening. He died there of pneumonia and heart trouble, January
7th, 1893. The widow, with her daughter, removed to Milton, Indiana,
in September 1894. Their family consisted of five children, Rosa
May, George Lewie, Frank Todd, Edward Wilson and Annie Gertrude.
ROSA MAY WALLACE
Rosa May Wallace was born in Greenfield, Indiana, August
12th, 1858, and died of brain fever December 25th, 1860.
GEORGE LEWIE WALLACE
George Lewie Wallace was born in Greenfield, Indiana, January
10th, 1861, and died in Mattoon, Illinois, of lung fever February
FRANK TODD WALLACE
Frank Todd Wallace was born in Mattoon, Illinois, April
29th, 1868, and died August 29th, 1868.
EDWARD WILSON WALLACE
Edward Wilson Wallace was born in Milton, Indiana, July 19th,
1871, and was killed by lightening in Knox county, Tennessee, June
ANNIE GERTRUDE WALLACE
Annie G. Wallace was born in Switzerland com , idiana,
November 3rd, 1880, and resides in Milton with h- jwed moth.
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