Goodson, Lockhart and Allied Families

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Phillip W , Sr. CANSLER

German spelling: Gentzler

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RELIGION: Lutheran County, N.C..
IMMIGRATION: 24 Aug 1749, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
EVENT: Place Lived (3) : BEF. 1767, York County, Pennsylvania
EVENT: Place Lived (4) : 12 Jan 1767, South Fork, Catawaba River,Mecklenberg County, North Carolina
EVENT: Place Lived (6) : Tryon County, North Carolina
EVENT: Place Lived (6) : Lincoln County, North Carolina
EVENT: Place Lived (1) : BEF. 1749, Germany
WILL: 25 May 1801, Lincoln County, North Carolina
EVENT: Will Probate : Apr 1805, Lincoln County, North Carolina
EVENT: Occupation (1) : Farmer
Father: Johann Conradt GENTZLER , Sr.
Mother: Maria Catherine UNKNOWN
Family 1 : Juliana WINTERMEYER
MARRIAGE: ABT. 1758, York County, Pennsylvania
+Anna Margaret CANSLER
+Anna Gertrout CANSLER
+Maria Catherine CANSLER
+John CANSLER
+Philip W. CANSLER , Jr.
+George M. CANSLER
Elizabeth CANSLER
Mary Marlena CANSLER
Barbara CANSLER
+Conrad W. CANSLER
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http://www.wcpetty.net/Genealogy/pedigree/d0007/g0000025.html#I1201
RELIGION: Lutheran County, N.C..
IMMIGRATION: 24 Aug 1749, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
EVENT: Place Lived (3) : BEF. 1767, York County, Pennsylvania
EVENT: Place Lived (4) : 12 Jan 1767, South Fork, Catawaba River,Mecklenberg County, North Carolina
EVENT: Place Lived (6) : Tryon County, North Carolina
EVENT: Place Lived (6) : Lincoln County, North Carolina
EVENT: Place Lived (1) : BEF. 1749, Germany
WILL: 25 May 1801, Lincoln County, North Carolina
EVENT: Will Probate : Apr 1805, Lincoln County, North Carolina
EVENT: Occupation (1) : Farmer
Father: Johann Conradt GENTZLER , Sr.
Mother: Maria Catherine UNKNOWN
Family 1 : Juliana WINTERMEYER
MARRIAGE: ABT. 1758, York County, Pennsylvania
+Anna Margaret CANSLER
+Anna Gertrout CANSLER
+Maria Catherine CANSLER
+John CANSLER
+Philip W. CANSLER , Jr.
+George M. CANSLER
Elizabeth CANSLER
Mary Marlena CANSLER
Barbara CANSLER
+Conrad W. CANSLER
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Some researchers report Uly Davenport as George's mother


John Robert PAGE

Need connection to Mary Elizabeth Page


Mary Louise GRUBBS

Father: William L. Grubbs b: 1827 in Simpson County, Miss
Mother: Caroline Gartman b: 1828 in Mississippi

Marriage 1 John Page
Married: 1864 in Grant Co, AR

Marriage 2 Wiley Forsythe
Married: BET. 1887 - 1888 in Saline Co, AR
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Email from Anthony Rushing 1/2003 in reference to a story about a Page ancestor:

The person was not captured by Indians, she was kidnapped by a bushwhacker during the Civil War to bring food to his hideout from his wife.

It was my G-grandmother Mary Louis Grubbs (she married John Page in 1869.  They lived in Bossier Parrish LA.  Her father William went away to the war in 1861.  During the later years, this bushwhacker came and forced her to go with him to bring food to him from his wife.   Mary's mother and the rest of the children were powerless to stop him I guess.  Anyway, she was about 8 and went along.  She really hated the man.  During this time he informed her that her dad had been killed and her mother had died.  She, being a little girl, didn't know what to do so she kept doing her job in order to survive.   One winter morning she came in and the man was dead, possibly from hypothermia.  The wife refused to take care of her and I don't know exactly when it occurred but she was taken in by a family from Grant Co Ark (possibly refugeeing in the area due to conditions in central Ark.   That is where she met John Page.  They married in 1869 (she was 15) They had quite a few children. By 1870, two of her brothers were with them working as laborers.   Her sister, Caroline, was taken in by a wealthy family in Miss (where the rest of the Grubbs family still lived.   She married a German immigrant who was a big whig with the RR from Wisc.  He was going to give John Page and Mary's brothers jobs with the railroad after he took her sister to Germany to visit his family.  They left and were never heard from again.   I also think his family never heard from them either.  Anyway, there are quite a few of these descendants of her two brothers still in Grant and Nevada County.

One of her children with John was Molly I believe, the youngest or maybe her father was one.  I can't remember exactly.  Anyway, when this John Page died in 1888, she remarried my G- grandfather, Wiley Forsythe.  

Hope this helps some.  I do have photos of Mary and her brothers as well as her first husband.

Anthony


Elbert Jacob ANDREWS

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Elbert J. Andrews and Virgil Thomas Andrews (husband of Aubrey Alice Bumgarner) were brothers.

From Marshfield Mail, March 9, 1960:

WELL KNOWN RESIDENT, ELBERT J. ANDREWS, DIES

Elbert Jacob Andrews, 68, well known and highly respected Marshfield resident died Tuesday morning at his home after an illness of three years. He was a retired carpenter.

Survivors are his wife, Ida; three sons, Hurston, Route 1, Strafford, Hariod, Northview, and Basel, Marshfield; a daughter, Mrs. Thelma Reece, Cucamonga, Calif.; three brothers, Virgil of Springfield, James of Elkland, and Frank of Marshfield; four sisters, Mrs. Oren Hobson, Mrs. French Kesterson and Mrs. Ralph Hobson, all of Marshfield, and Mrs. Lena Dameron, Springfield; eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

Barber-Edwards of Marshfield has charge of arrangements.

Pallbearers will be Herschel Alexander, Paul Kesterson, Junior Hampton, Bob Dameron, James Wayne Andrews, Henry Felin. Music will be  by the Fred Woodall quartet.

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OBITUARY:

Elbert Jacob Andrews was born Dec. 4, 1891 in Webster County, the son of Robert and Mary Andrews.  He was united in marriage to Ida Hampton on August 24, 1912.  To this union were born 9 children, 5 preceding him in death.  At an early age he was converted and joined the Friendship Baptist Church, later moving his membership to the Tabernacle Baptist Church at Northview of which he was a charter member, where he remained an active and faithful member as long as his health permitted.  He was also one of the first deacons of this church.

Survivors are his wife, Ida, 3 sons: Hurston of Strafford, Hariod of Northview and Basil of Marshfield;  one daughter, Thelma Reece of Cucamonga, California; 8 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren; 3 brothers: Virgil of Springfield, Jim of Elkland and Frank of Marshfield; 4 sisters: Mae Hobson, Goldie Kesterson and Carrie Hobson all of Marshfield and Lena Dameron of Springfield; several nieces and nephews and a host of relatives and friends.

(Services at Tabernacle Baptist Church with Rev. Robert Holloway officiating)

Buried: Clifton Cemetery
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HA! Now this is a brain twister:

Ida Hampton (Lovina Bumgarner's daughter) and Aubrey Bumgarner are second cousins.

Ida Hampton married Elbert Andrew in 1911.

Elbert's brother, Virgil married Aubrey Bumgarner,

Elbert and Virgil's sister, Emma Andrew, married James Hobson,

James' brother, Ralph, married Elbert, Virgil and Emma's other sister, Carrie,

Elbert Andrew and his sister Emma died, so then Ida and James got married.


Ida Rosetta HAMPTON

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husband Elbert Jacob Andrews
5 children

FILE NOTE: [v03t0780.ftw]Many years after my grandfather died, my grandmother re-married.  I got to go to their wedding.  She married Oren Hobson, and if I recall correctly, they had been childhood sweethearts. (Ramona)

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HA! Now this is a brain twister:

Ida Hampton (Lovina Bumgarner's daughter) and Aubrey Bumgarner are second cousins.

Ida Hampton married Elbert Andrew in 1911.

Elbert's brother, Virgil married Aubrey Bumgarner,

Elbert and Virgil's sister, Emma Andrew, married James Hobson,

James' brother, Ralph, married Elbert, Virgil and Emma's other sister, Carrie,

Elbert Andrew and his sister Emma died, so then Ida and James Oren Hobson got married.


James Oren HOBSON

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brother of Ralph Hobson, who married Emma's sister, Carrie.

Ralph and James' parents were: William Hobson and Molly Murphy
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HA! Now this is a brain twister:

Ida Hampton (Lovina Bumgarner's daughter) and Aubrey Bumgarner are second cousins.

Ida Hampton married Elbert Andrew in 1911.

Elbert's brother, Virgil married Aubrey Bumgarner,

Elbert and Virgil's sister, Emma Andrew, married James Hobson,

James' brother, Ralph, married Elbert, Virgil and Emma's other sister, Carrie,

Elbert Andrew and his sister Emma died, so then Ida and James got married.


Emma Mae ANDREWS

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2 children

her sister, Carrie, married her husband's brother, Ralph Hobson

Virgil Andrews (married to James Oren Hobson, Virgil's wife's brother) was his sister.

Emma and Virgil's parents were: Robert Andrews and Mary Elizabeth Clifton of Marchfield, MO.


Virgil Thomas ANDREWS

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Emma Mae (married to James Oren Hobson, Virgil's wife's brother) was his sister.

Emma and Virgil's parents were: Robert Andrews and Mary Elizabeth Clifton of Marchfield, MO.
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HA! Now this is a brain twister:

Ida Hampton (Lovina Bumgarner's daughter) and Aubrey Bumgarner are second cousins.

Ida Hampton married Elbert Andrew in 1911.

Elbert's brother, Virgil married Aubrey Bumgarner,

Elbert and Virgil's sister, Emma Andrew, married James Hobson,

James' brother, Ralph, married Elbert, Virgil and Emma's other sister, Carrie,

Elbert Andrew and his sister Emma died, so then Ida and James got married.


Aubrey Alice Foster BUMGARNER

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NOTE FROM FILE: [v03t0780.ftw] There is a discrepancy between the Bumgarner and Andrews histories here.

children: Grandville, Eugene, Ivarine, Mildred, Doris, Mary, Helen, Gladys

The Bumgarner history has the wife of Virgil T. Andrews as Audra (Audie) Bumgarner, the daughter of Coffee Carol Bumgarners' second wife, Inez Foster.

The Andrews history has the wife of Virgil T. Andrews as Aubrey Alice Bumgarner as the daughter of Coffee and Amanda Bumgarner.

Note: Coffee adopted Audra.

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HA! Now this is a brain twister:

Ida Hampton (Lovina Bumgarner's daughter) and Aubrey Bumgarner are second cousins.

Ida Hampton married Elbert Andrew in 1911.

Elbert's brother, Virgil married Aubrey Bumgarner,

Elbert and Virgil's sister, Emma Andrew, married James Hobson,

James' brother, Ralph, married Elbert, Virgil and Emma's other sister, Carrie,

Elbert Andrew and his sister Emma died, so then Ida and James got married.


James Oren HOBSON

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brother of Ralph Hobson, who married Emma's sister, Carrie.

Ralph and James' parents were: William Hobson and Molly Murphy
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HA! Now this is a brain twister:

Ida Hampton (Lovina Bumgarner's daughter) and Aubrey Bumgarner are second cousins.

Ida Hampton married Elbert Andrew in 1911.

Elbert's brother, Virgil married Aubrey Bumgarner,

Elbert and Virgil's sister, Emma Andrew, married James Hobson,

James' brother, Ralph, married Elbert, Virgil and Emma's other sister, Carrie,

Elbert Andrew and his sister Emma died, so then Ida and James got married.


Ida Rosetta HAMPTON

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husband Elbert Jacob Andrews
5 children

FILE NOTE: [v03t0780.ftw]Many years after my grandfather died, my grandmother re-married.  I got to go to their wedding.  She married Oren Hobson, and if I recall correctly, they had been childhood sweethearts. (Ramona)

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HA! Now this is a brain twister:

Ida Hampton (Lovina Bumgarner's daughter) and Aubrey Bumgarner are second cousins.

Ida Hampton married Elbert Andrew in 1911.

Elbert's brother, Virgil married Aubrey Bumgarner,

Elbert and Virgil's sister, Emma Andrew, married James Hobson,

James' brother, Ralph, married Elbert, Virgil and Emma's other sister, Carrie,

Elbert Andrew and his sister Emma died, so then Ida and James Oren Hobson got married.


Coffee Carol BUMGARNER

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Note: Coffee adopted Audra.


Ola Inez FOSTER

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Note: She had two children from her first marriage.
Note: Coffee adopted Audra.
Note: Coffee adopted Carl


Amon Rudolph BUMGARNER

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From Bumgarner History:

Aaron (Duff's brother) and Duff enlisted together on July 27, 1861 at Marshfield, Mo. (Civil War) They were mustered into the 24th Infantry Volunteers, Company I, Oct. 15, 1861 at Benton Barracks, St. Louis.  Both of them were in the Union forces that tried to block General Sterling Price's early move into Missouri to get volunteers and to try and sway our state to the Confederate cause.  The Armies met just south of Springfield at a small stream called Wilson's Creek and engaged in a hard fought battle.  The Union forces were beaten and Price continued his sweep north reaching as far as Lexington on the Missouri River.

We don't know where the brothers spent the winter of 1861, but they were in the regiments marshalled to combat the Rebels under General Van Doran, who was planning a second invasion of Missouri.  Union General Curtis met them in a sharp two day battle at Pea Ridge in northwestern Arkansas. Fought over rough terrain, through farmers fields near the Elk Horn Tavern, an old stage stop, the battle raged on through March 7/8, 1862.

When Company I was thrown into the struggle, it's men were told to fire a volley from their muzzle loading rifles, then fall back reloading while another part of the company took their places.  So they continued alternately firing, falling back and reloading until Duff was hit in the back, near the spine.

His grandson, Cecil Bumgarner, remembers him telling of this experience when Duff was in his 70's and wearing a long white beard.  The boy thought war sounded adventurous and was fascinated as his grandfather talked.  Duff told of not being able to retreat with his comrades as the Rebels gained ground.  Laying close to a log fence, he pretended to be dead while the Rebels were in control of the field.

Another conflicting family story says he got away under cover of a herd of pigs moving through the area, but he never mentioned them.  He did tell of being helped to the Elk Horn Tavern, which was being used as a hospital, by other wounded Union soldiers.  As he was waiting for treatment and probably suffering from shock, he repeatedly crawled to the stack of weapons in the corner of the room to get his gun.  If the Rebels came, he wanted to be prepared.

A doctor later told him that his brother Aaron was shot in the almost identical place in his back, only the velocity of the bullet being greater.  Aaron's wound was fatal and his body was first buried at Pea Ridge, then later moved to the National Cemetery at Springfield, Mo.

Duff was transferred to the large Union Hospital in Springfield.  He was discharged after 1 year and 2 month service on Sept. 29, 1862.  He carried the bullet in his back the rest of his life and received a pension of $4.00 a month.
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Aaron and Duff enlisted together on July 27th, 1861 at Marshfield,MO
(Civil War). They were mustered into the 24th Infantry Volunteers, Company 1, Oct.15, 1861 at Benton Barracks, St Louis Both of them were in the Union Forces that tried to block General Sterling Price's early move in Missouri to get volunteers and to try and sway our state to the
Confederate cause. The Armies met just south of Springfield at a small stream called Wilson's Creek and engaged in a hard fought battle. The Union Forces were beaten and Price continued his sweep north reaching as far as Lexington on the Missouri river. We don't know where the brothers spent the winter of 1861; but they were in the regiments marshalled to combat the Rebels under General Van Doran who was planning a second invasion of Missouri. Union General Curtis met them in a sharp two day battle at Pea Ridge in northwestern Arkansas. Fought over rough terrain,
through farmer's fields near the Elk Horn Tavern, an old stage stop, the
battle raged on through March 7/8, 1862.Duff was hit in the back, near the spine. A doctor later told him that his brother Aaron was hit in the identical spot in his back, only the velocity of the bullet being greater, it proved to be fatal. His body was first buried at Pea Ridge;
but, later was moved to the National Cemetery in Springfield,MO. Duff was transferred to the large Union Hospital in Springfield. He was discharged after 1 year and 2 months service on Sept.29, 1862. He carried the bullet in his back the rest of his life and received a pension of $4.00 a month. After he was discharged, He married Patsy Upshaw. They lived with their family in the North View area of MO. They had been married about 54 yrs when he was killed by a train.
Burial: MT. Olive Cemetery, North View MO

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CERTIFICATE OF DISABILITY FOR DISCHARGE
Rudolph A. Bumgarner of Captain William H. Starks Company, I, of the twenty-fourth Regiment of United States (United States crossed out) Mo. Vols., was enlisted by Sicut Callason, of the fifty Regiment of Mo. Vols, at Marshfield, Missouri on the twenty-seventh day of July 186/, to serve three years; he was born in Catawaba in the State of No. Carolina, is twenty-one years of age, five feet eight inches high, fair complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair, and by occupation when enlisted a laborer. During the last two months said soldier has been unfit for duty, sixty days.

At the time of enlistment he was an able bodied man and received the injury while in the service of the Union by reason of gunshot wound received in action, in the back near the spine, at Pea Ridge, Ark., which renders him totally unfit for service.

STATION:  Helena, Ark.
DATE: Sept. 6, 1862

I certify, that I have carefully examined the said Rudolph A. Bumgarner of Captain Wm. H. Starks Company, and find him incapable of performing the duties of a soldier because of:  A gun shot wound in the back near the spine received in action at Pea Ridge from which he has not nor will he ever recover so as to render service.
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After he was discharged, he married Patsy Upshaw.  They lived with their family in the Northview area, farming.  They had been married about 54 years when he was killed by a train.

Their son, John A., used to laugh remembering the cold snowy Sunday mornings when they would walk to Friendship church.  His father, being angry at having to get up and go to church, would break a trail for them, making his steps as far apart as possible.  The rest of the family would flounder along as the parents fussed.
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Buried: MT. Olive Cemetery


Martha Ann UPSHAW

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Buried: MT. Olive Cemetery


Amon H. BUMGARNER

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spouse: Minnie Melton

children: Leslie, Paul, Faye


Orada BUMGARNER

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From history of the Andrews family by Marian Ward Demore (1977):

Died in infancy


Terry Adolph BUMGARNER

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spouse: Mamie Good


Ela Mae BUMGARNER

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spouse: Lester Good


Tom MYERS

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8 children


Mary Miram BUMGARNER

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8 children


Ervin MYERS

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marriage: Olive Lakey