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301 In the 1900 census, Nellie J. Evans and her daughter Sylvia were enumerated with her father in Marion Co., IN with the note that she was a widow. Her husband was enumerated with his parents in Madison Co., IN in 1900. Brooks, Nellie Jane (I02830)
 
302 In the 1900 Federal Census, this family was enumerated in Indiana, Jay Co., Richland Twp., Redkey Dist 71. Thomas' occupation was Dregman
In the 1910 Federal Census, this family was enumerated in Indiana, Jay Co., Richland Twp., Dunkirk Ward, Dist.0077. Thomas' occupation was Day Laborer. Mary was a washerwoman. 
Brown, Thomas Jefferson (I03287)
 
303 In the 1920 census of Jefferson Twp,, Jay Co., IN , Cecil and Edna Olvey were enumerated in the household of Gilbert Curtis and listed as sister and brother in law. Olvey, Edna (I03453)
 
304 In the 1920 census of Randolph Co., Ward Twp., IN, Elsie King and her daughter Lucille were enumerated in the household of Charles W. Olvey. Elsie was a divorced woman. Olvey, Elsie Ester (I03439)
 
305 In the 1920 census, Ernest and Ruth were living in Castleton, IN and no children were listed. Olvey, Ernest Edward (I00516)
 
306 In the 1920 Census, NC Forsyth Co., Broadbay Twp, No. 1 Prct. 23 Jan 1920, pg. 1
Wiseman J. Swaim listed his occupation as Lawyer, Gen. Pract. Also Ila, wife and Sallie J. dau. and Charles R. Swaim a boarder.

In 1930, Forsyth Co., Winston Salem Ward, Apr 1930. 2576 Sunnyside Ave.
Wiseman J. Swaim, Lawyer, wife E. Ila, daugh. Sallie J. Jackson, son-in-law Claude E. Jackson, and gr. dau's Francis P. Jackson and Alda J. Jackson. Sallie's occupation was stenographer in an Ins. office and Claude's was Life Ins. Agent. 
Swaim, Wiseman James (I01625)
 
307 In the 1930 census of Forsyth Co, Winston Salem Ward, Apr 1930, Claude listed his occupation as Life Insurance Agent.

This family was living with Wiseman J. Swaim, Sarah's father. 
Jackson, Claude Emerson (I01637)
 
308 In the 1930 census of Forsyth Co., NC, Sarah listed her occupation as stenographer in an Insurance Co. Swaim, Sarah J. (I01636)
 
309 In the 1930 census, Lester Beeman was a Steward in the St. Catherine Hotel, Catalina Twp., Avalon City, CA. He was 31 and single. Beeman, Hardy Lester (I04543)
 
310 In the 1930 Federal Census, this family was living in Jefferson County, DeSoto, MO, and the head of household was listed as John D. Olvey. Olvey, John D. "Dee" (I01906)
 
311 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I07756)
 
312 In the census of 1870, Millard was enumerated as Mackmarony Jackson, age 6. Jackson, Millard (I04513)
 
313 In the census of 1900, in West River Twp., Randolph Col., IN, John C. Olvey was enumerated in the household of Ossian Hartnup as a hired hand. Olvey, John Cornelius (I03286)
 
314 In the census of 1900, it was indicated that Elizabeth and Zachary had had 8 children but only 4 were living. Withrow, Elizabeth Ann (I01499)
 
315 In the census of 1920 and 1930 and on his WWI Registration form, Ross Herron stated he was a fireman for the Indianapolis Fire Dept. Herron, Ross (I05115)
 
316 In the census of 1920 Jefferson Twp., Jay Co., IN, Cecil and Edna Olvey were enumerated in the householf of Gilber Curtis and listed as sister and brother in law. Olvey, Cecil Harvey (I03454)
 
317 In the census records of Randolph Co., IN in 1850, Elisha Harty, age 7, was enumerated in the household of Edmond Olvey. Harty, Elisha (I03124)
 
318 In the Federal Census 1900, Mary Ann Wood stated she had birthed 11 children with 6 living at the time. Olvey, Mary Ann (I00118)
 
319 In the IGI files of LDS there is noted the birth of Isaac Olvey, dob 1873, in Wayne Co., IN - father John Olvey and mother Hannah Jordan. Could his name have been John Isaac Newton Olvey? Olvey, Isaac (I03601)
 
320 In the marriage records of Marion Co., IN there appears to be a marriage between Beatrice N. Olvey and Fred L. Kidwell, on June 10, 1916. I don't know if this is the same Beatrice Olvey or not. If it is the same, Fred Kidwell would have had to have been her first husband. Olvey, Beatrice Neoma (I02528)
 
321 In the Pleasant Hill Baptist Cemetery, Cherokee Co., NC, there is buried the following with dates:

William Olvey, b. 25 Dec 1825, d. 14 June 1899
Berthena Olvey, b. (no date), d. 6 Mar 1917, "age 87 years".

If this is William Henry and his 2nd wife, Berthina Johnson, William would have been just over a year old when his parents were married and Berthina would have been born about 1830, not in 1835. 
Olvey, William Henry (I01352)
 
322 In the U.S. Census 1900, Yolo Co., Guinda Twp. CA, Calfin was living with his mother Sophia who was a widow. It was indicated she had borne 7 ch. with 5 living. Harkrader, Calvin C. (I04673)
 
323 In the winter of 1902, a gas stove overheated and set fire to the home of Warren and Amanda Huffman in Fishersburg, IN (on Rte. 32). They awoke to find their bed on fire and managed to escape unharmed. However, Warren became concerned that two of his sons may have still been in the building. He rushed back into the burning house to save his sons and was badly burned. "He left the soles of his feet and the palms of his hands wherever he touched!" It turned out that the boys were not in the house due to a change of shift at the factory where they worked. Warren died from his burns a few days after the fire. Huffman, Warren (I04576)
 
324 In WWII, served in the 712th Tank Battalion, 90th Inf., 3rd Army under General Patton.

Founded the Rose Brothers Paving Co., Inc with brother Isaac "Sandy" Rose in Ahoskie in 1952.

Also survived by grandch.: Chip Rose, Laura Rose Neelon, Holt Rose, Taylor Rose, Lauren Rose, Stephen Rose, O'Anna Rose and Alex Rose. 
Rose, Walter Franklin (I02130)
 
325 Included in the obit. for Paul Harrison, were the names of son, Paul Carol and Christina Carpenter, son Brandon Scott, grandson Shawn Matthew McFarland, granddaughter, Aleigha Luvina Carpenter, and Uncle Joe of LaFolliette. Harrison, Paul Lee (I05739)
 
326 Index to marriage record 1850-1879 - Inclusive Vol. I, Letters A to Z Inclusive.. Hamilton Co., Indiana
Book 5, pg. 17 
Family F00637
 
327 Indiana Deaths 1882-1920. Source Source: S00026 (S00026)
 
328 Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941. Source Source: S00027 (S00027)
 
329 Indianapolis Star Obituarys. Source Source: S00028 (S00028)
 
330 Ines always thought she was born in 1900, however she appears on the 1900 census, Madill, Marshall Co., OK as 1 year old. Olvey, Ines Florence (I01727)
 
331 Info from Steve Combs & Hardy Beeman. Source Source: S00029 (S00029)
 
332 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I05651)
 
333 Info. on Hattie Aver and Jos. L. Daniel from Pamela Greaham, Cresham's of KY, Ancestry.com Olvey, Hattie Aver (I00581)
 
334 Is this woman an Olvey or is she the widow of one? Olvey, Rachel J. (I02466)
 
335 Isaac Mays, J.P. Family F02095
 
336 It appears that Jacob Young and Diana/Diane/Diannah Creekmore Young might have been divorced. He may have moved to Fulton Co., IN and remarried to a woman named Elizabeth and had a second family. In the census of 1880,, Jacob R. Young a farmer/tanner aged 50, his wife Elizabeth age 45, dau. Hattie age 17, Mary A., age 12, John C., age 9 and Ida M. age4 .. were all living in Henry Twp.

In the census of 1910, Jacob R. Young, age 70 and wife Elizabeth, age 65 were enumerated in the same area.

I could find no record of marriage between Jacob and Elizabeth in either Indiana or Ohio ...where they were both born. 
Young, Jacob B. (I01309)
 
337 It was noted on the mortality schedule of 1850 that Noah was a diabetic. Olvey, Noah (I03126)
 
338 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I04248)
 
339 Jack rec'd his BA from DePauw Univ. in 1948. He rec'd his PhD from Univ. of IL in Geology in 1951. He served in the U.S. Navy in WWII. He became a member of the U.S. Geology Society and served as Scientific Administrator and Assistant to Chief Geologist in Washington D.C. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, the Interior Dept.'s highest honor. Harrison, Jack Edward (I03714)
 
340 Jacob's occupation was blacksmith.

Jacob Olvey's obit sugested that he died as the result of being thrown from a car, driven by a drunk driver when he hit his head on a pole and sufferend a brain concussion. 
Olvey, Jacob F. (I00410)
 
341 James Brown was the brother of Lucy Brown, wife of Elisha Olvey, Suckey's brother, as well as the brother of Mary "Polly" Brown who married Thomas Olvey, eldest son of Wiseman and Mary Sale Olvey. Brown, James (I00011)
 
342 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I03629)
 
343 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I01794)
 
344 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I01757)
 
345 James is/was a lawyer in Elkin, NC Gillespie, James (I05164)
 
346 James Lewis may have died in the Civil War. Lewis, James (I02492)
 
347 James occupation was mechanic. Hall, James Albert Mount (I00420)
 
348 James Oscar Olvey died in the Cross Mountain coal mine explosion in Briceville, TN. Olvey, James Oscar (I01387)
 
349 James second wife was the widow of his brother, William Thomas Olvey. Olvey, James Jefferson (I00443)
 
350 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I03517)
 

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