Descendants of John and Mary 'Polly' Jane (Ice) Barnhouse 

 

Notes


Randolph Henry Barnhouse

Randolph Henry Barnhouse
1312 Red Rock Dr
Gallup, New Mexico 87301


Perry Barnhouse

CENSUS:  1850 Grant County Indiana; Union Township; Page 181; Dwelling 253; Family 253; conducted on August 23, 1850.
Information from 1850 Census:  Perry BARNHOUSE is living with Henry BARNHOUSE, who is listed as head of household. Perry is male, white, age 11 and born in Virginia.

CENSUS:  1870 Edgar County Illinois; Buck Township; PO Dudley Station; Page 22b; Dwelling 253; Family 253; Eli Yink household; conducted on August 4, 1870.
Information from 1870 Census:  Perry BARNHOUSE is living with Eli YINK, who is listed as head of household. Perry is male, white, age 25 and born in Virginia.

Taken from the 1880 federal Cenus www.ancestry.com
Name: Perry BARNHOUSE
Age: 27
Estimated birth year: <1853>
Birthplace: Virginia
Occupation: R.R. Tank Man
Relation: Other
Home in 1880: Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois
Marital status: Single
Race: White
Gender: Male
Head of household: Gabriel GRAFFHAM
Father's birthplace: VA
Mother's birthplace: VA
Image Source: Year: 1880;
Census Place: Lawrenceville, Lawrence, Illinois;
Roll: T9_224;
Family History Film: 1254224;
Page: 10C;
Enumeration District: 189;
Image: 0279.
Perry Barn House W..M..27..R. R. Tank Man..VA..VA..VA

1900
Barnhoushe, Perry
Lived in: Lawrence Township, Lawrence County, Illinois
Series: T623 Microfilm: 317 Book: 2 Page: 112
Perry Barnhoushe Head..W..M..Mar 1853..47..M..18...............VA..VA..VA..Engineer
Susan Barnhoushe Wife...W..F...Oct 1851..48..M..18..4..4.......OH..OH..PA
Bonnie B. Barnhoushe Dau....W..F...Nov 1882..17..S.....................IL..VA..OH
George Barnhoushe Son...W..M..Feb 1885...15..S.....................IL..VA..OH
Ruth E. Barnhoushe Dau...W..F...Sep 1886...13..S.....................IL..VA..OH
James W. Barnhoushe Son...W..M..Mar 1892.....8..S....................Il..VA..OH

Perry Barnhouse
Lived in: Lawrence Township, Lawrence County, Illinois
1910
Perry Barnhouse Head..M..W..58..M..27...............VA..Eng..OH..Mail Carrier - Lo Station
Susan Barnhouse Wife...F..W..58...M..27..4..4.......OH..OH..OH
Walter Barnhouse Son...M..W..17...S.......................IL..VA..OH..Mail Carrier - Lo Stattion
Bonnie Ruddy Dau..F...W..25...M..1..1..............IL..VA..OH..Operator - Exchange
Beatrice Ruddy G Dau..F....W...8...S......................IL..IN..IL
Ruth Barnhouse Dau..F...W..23..S........................IL..VA..OH..Saleswoman - Confectionary

1920 U.S. Census www.ancestry.com Ward 159 Image 6
Perry Barnhouse
Lived in: Lawrenceville City, Lawrence Co., IL
Ward 159 Sheet 3B, taken January 2, 1920
Perry Barnhouse Head..M..W..67..M..VA..VA..OH..Watchman - Railway
Susan Barnhouse Wife...F..W..66..M..OH..OH..OH
James W. Barnhouse Son....M..W..26..S..IL..VA..OH

http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/Genealogy/IDPHDeathSearchServlet
Illinois Statewide Death Index, 1916 - 1950
BARNHOUSE, PERRY M/W, Death Cert # 0015302, 1921-03-14, LAWRENCE, LAWRENCEVILLE Co., IL Filed 21-03-14


John Barnhouse

CENSUS:  1850 Grant County Indiana; Union Township; Page 181; Dwelling 253; Family 253; conducted on August 23, 1850.
Information from 1850 Census:  John BARNHOUSE is living with Henry BARNHOUSE, who is listed as head of household. John is male, white, age 16 and born in Virginia.

CENSUS:  1860 Madison County Indiana; Van Buren Township; Page 200b; Dwelling 1350; Family 1350; conducted on August 24, 1860.
Information from 1860 Census:  John BARNHOUSE is listed as head of household. John is male, white, age 25 and born in Virginia. He works as a day laborer and has no real estate. His personal estate is valued at $50.00. Other occupants living with John - Martena, William H. and Matilda BARNHOUSE.


Martha Powell

CENSUS:  1860 Madison County Indiana; Van Buren Township; Page 200b; Dwelling 1350; Family 1350; conducted on August 24, 1860.
Information from 1860 Census:  Martena BARNHOUSE is living with John BARNHOUSE, who is listed as head of household. Martena is female, white, age 25 and born in Indiana.

CENSUS:  1870 Grant County Indiana; Fairmount Township; Sheet 23; Dwelling 185; Family 185; Martha Barnhouse household; conducted on June 6, 1870.
Information from 1870 Census:  Martha BARNHOUSE is listed as head of household. Martha is female, white, age 34 and born in Indiana. Other occupants living with Martha - William H., Matilda, Mary D., Sidney A., and John D. BARNHOUSE.


William H. Barnhouse

CENSUS:  1860 Madison County Indiana; Van Buren Township; Page 200b; Dwelling 1350; Family 1350; conducted on August 24, 1860.
Information from 1860 Census:  William H. BARNHOUSE is living with John BARNHOUSE, who is listed as head of household. William is male, white, age 2 and born in Indiana.

CENSUS:  1870 Grant County Indiana; Fairmount Township; Sheet 23; Dwelling 185; Family 185; Martha Barnhouse household; conducted on June 6, 1870.
Information from 1870 Census:  William H. BARNHOUSE is living with Martha BARNHOUSE, who is listed as head of household. William is male, white, age 12 and born in Indiana.


Matilda Barnhouse

CENSUS:  1860 Madison County Indiana; Van Buren Township; Page 200b; Dwelling 1350; Family 1350; conducted on August 24, 1860.
Information from 1860 Census:  Matilda BARNHOUSE is living with John BARNHOUSE, who is listed as head of household. Matilda is female, white, age 2/12 and born in Indiana.

CENSUS:  1870 Grant County Indiana; Fairmount Township; Sheet 23; Dwelling 185; Family 185; Martha Barnhouse household; conducted on June 6, 1870.
Information from 1870 Census:  Matilda BARNHOUSE is living with Martha BARNHOUSE, who is listed as head of household. Matilda is female, white, age 10 and born in Indiana.


Mary D. Barnhouse

CENSUS:  1870 Grant County Indiana; Fairmount Township; Sheet 23; Dwelling 185; Family 185; Martha Barnhouse household; conducted on June 6, 1870.
Information from 1870 Census:  Mary D. BARNHOUSE is living with Martha BARNHOUSE, who is listed as head of household. Mary is female, white, age 8 and born in Indiana.


John D. Barnhouse

CENSUS:  1870 Grant County Indiana; Fairmount Township; Sheet 23; Dwelling 185; Family 185; Martha Barnhouse household; conducted on June 6, 1870.
Information from 1870 Census:  John D. BARNHOUSE is living with Martha BARNHOUSE, who is listed as head of household. John is male, white, age 1 and born in Indiana.


Jesse Edward Whiting

EMAIL:  Email dated September 2004 from Lynda Bauer bauersr@att.net
Information from Email:  One of Rosetta’s other sons, Jesse (pronounced Jess without the "e") Edward Whiting, was my grandfather. He was born on 8/1/1891. He became a professional ballplayer as a young man (I do not have any information regarding his accomplishments). Eventually, he moved to South Bend, IN and married Anna B. Nemeth on 11/24/1919. He attended law school at the University of Notre Dame (whether or not he graduated is unknown). Later, he went into real estate sales in St. Joseph County, IN. Jesse and Anna had two children, including my mother, Gloria Anne. She was born 6/18/1925.


Daisy C. E. Barnhouse

CENSUS:  William A. Marsh, comp., "1880 Census of West Virginia," Volume 1, Lewis, Upshur, Taylor, Barbour, (Parsons, WV: McClain Printing Co., 1979); Taylor County Virginia; Town of Grafton, ED 83, Page 2.
Information from 1880 Census: George R. BARNHOUSE, head, wm 35, Blacksmith, VA VA VA; Harriet S. BARNHOUSE, wf 34, wife, keeping house, VA VA VA; Charles L. BARNHOUSE, wm 15, son, school, WV VA VA; Lillie K. BARNHOUSE, wf 12, dau, school, WV VA VA; Daisy C.E. BARNHOUSE, wf 7, dau, WV VA VA.


Charles Lloyd Barnhouse

CENSUS:  William A. Marsh, comp., "1880 Census of West Virginia," Volume 1, Lewis, Upshur, Taylor, Barbour, (Parsons, WV: McClain Printing Co., 1979); Taylor County Virginia; Town of Grafton, ED 83, Page 2.
Information from 1880 Census: George R. BARNHOUSE, head, wm 35, Blacksmith, VA VA VA; Harriet S. BARNHOUSE, wf 34, wife, keeping house, VA VA VA; Charles L. BARNHOUSE, wm 15, son, school, WV VA VA; Lillie K. BARNHOUSE, wf 12, dau, school, WV VA VA; Daisy C.E. BARNHOUSE, wf 7, dau, WV VA VA.

BIOGRAPHY:  Manoah Hedge, "Past and Present of Mahaska County, Iowa" (Chicago: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1906).
Information from Biography: Charles Lloyd BARNHOUSE, who in 1888 began publishing music for bands and orchestras and has since continued the business, having for fifteen years been located in Oskaloosa, where his trade has been increasing from year to year, was born in Grafton, West Virginia, in 1865. His father, George R. BARNHOUSE, was a native of Marion county, West Virginia, and was a railroad machinist or blacksmith in the railroad shops. He came of German descent and displayed many of the sterling characteristics of his ancestors from the fatherland. During the Civil war he was in the government employ as a farrier and blacksmith. At one time he lived in Illinois, but afterward returned to West Virginia. Subsequently, however, he again went to Illinois, settling in Aurora, where he was employed in the railroad shops up to the time of his death, which occurred in 1901, when he was fifty-seven years of age. He had membership in the Methodist Protestant church and was an ardent republican, unfaltering in his support of the principles of the party. He married Harriet S. DAVIS, who was also born in Marion county, West Virginia, and who is now living in Oskaloosa at the age of fifty-seven years. She, too, is a member of the Methodist Protestant church. In their family were two sons and two daughters: Charles Lloyd; Lillie C., now deceased; Daisy C., the wife of John W. TIBBS; and Herbert W., a music printer residing in Oskaloosa.
    Charles L. BARNHOUSE pursued his early education in the schools of Grafton, West Virginia, and early manifested much musical taste and talent. He became an expert cornet player and went upon the road with a theatrical company, being thus engaged for about three years. he afterward had charge of the band at Mount Pleasant, Iowa, for three years and at Burlington, Iowa, for one year. In 1891 he came to Oskaloosa and took charge of the Iowa Brigade Band, of which he was leader for fifteen years. in the meantime, in 1888, he had begun publishing music for bands, orchestras and miscellaneous musical organizations. He entered upon this work at Mount Pleasant and continued in the business in Burlington and Oskaloosa. He now has a well-equipped printing plant and is conducting a successful business, which is increasing from year to year. His musical publications are in demand in all parts of the world and he has a large trade throughout the United States and Canada. His own compositions and his arrangements of music are for bands and orchestras.
    In 1886 Mr. BARNHOUSE was married to Miss Josephine B. SCOTT, who was born in Pennsylvania in 1868 and was a daughter of J. H. and Mary E. (HARE) SCOTT. In the family are four children: Jamie M., Lloyd, Dorothy, and Irene. The parents are members of the Congregational church and Mr. BARNHOUSE belongs to the Masonic, Knights of Pythias and Elks lodges. He is serving as member of the board of trustees of his church and is interested in its progress and also in the work of the different fraternal organizations with which he is connected. In politics he is a republican. His thorough understanding of the art of music and his love therefore combined with native talent has enabled him to give to the world many interesting productions of this character and his business both as a composer and publisher is proving profitable and gratifying.


Joseph Bright

BIOGRAPHY:  Note from Matthew C. Shaw GEDCOM. Joseph and Sidney Bright were Spiritualists involved at Camp Chesterfield. According to Norma Dean Bright Trader, grand-daughter of Joseph, daughter of Charles Bright, Joseph could make things levitate. He used to tease Aunt Lela and say, 'Get up and dance on the table, and I'll make the table dance with you.' He made a trumpet float to Wilbur Mason, Aunt Minnie's son. He and Sidney also through 'foxfire' across Lake Elisha, near where they lived and harvested peat moss from the bogs.


Sidney Aditha Barnhouse

CENSUS:  1870 Grant County Indiana; Fairmount Township; Sheet 23; Dwelling 185; Family 185; Martha Barnhouse household; conducted on June 6, 1870.
Information from 1870 Census:  Sidney A. BARNHOUSE is living with Martha BARNHOUSE, who is listed as head of household. Sidney is male, white, age 7 and born in Indiana.

CENSUS:  1880 Grant County Indiana; Jefferson Township; ED 176; Sheet 13; Dwelling 130; Family 130; John K. Carter household; conducted on June 12, 1880.
Information from 1880 Census:  Additha BARNHOUSE is the neice of John K. CARTER, who is listed as head of household. Additha is female, white, age 17 and born in Indiana.


Lucinda Bright

BIOGRAPHY:  Notes from Matthew C. Shaw GEDCOM. Aunt Lucy was a pants-wearing, bossy lady with bobbed hair. She divorced Saluda T. Murphy, or rather sought an annulment, as the marriage wasn't consumated. She henpecked her second husband, Herman. She loved fishing, and is pictured holding strings of catfish. Even in skirts, she often wore neckties. Granny has a broken broach of Aunt Lucy's.


Richard 'Ivan' Chester Bright

BIOGRAPHY:  Notes from Matthew C. Shaw GEDCOM. Uncle Richard was a very handsome man. According to his daughter, he was born with the name Ivan, which he changed when he was older. Uncle Richard fought in France in World War I and adopted a French boy. No one knows what became of him, but a photograph survives. Richard was a glass blower by trade before he went to Remy in Anderson. Aunt Cynthia had a beautiful pitcher and glass set that Uncle Richard had blown, but Aunt Cynthia's daughter by a subsequent marriage once broke them in a rage. Janet hated the girl for that. Granny was with Uncle Richard when he died. He was trying to speak to her, but she could not understand him. Aunt Cynthia had gone out to get medicine.


 

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