LIVING

Father: George Walter MYERS
Mother: Enid Muriel STEWART

Family 1: LIVING


Family 2: LIVING



                        ___________________________
 _George Walter MYERS _|
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|--LIVING
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|                       _Alonzo Lafayette STEWART _
|_Enid Muriel STEWART _|
                       |_Margaret Evelyn WEDGE ____

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LIVING

Father: LIVING
Mother: LIVING


          _LIVING_
 _LIVING_|
|        |_LIVING_
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|--LIVING
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|         ________
|_LIVING_|
         |________

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LIVING

Father: LIVING
Mother: LIVING


          ____________________
 _LIVING_|
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|--LIVING
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|         _Levi Marion BYBEE _
|_LIVING_|
         |_Ella RIDING _______

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LIVING

Father: LIVING
Mother: LIVING


          __________________________
 _LIVING_|
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|--LIVING
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|         _Gilbert Sheldon STEWART _
|_LIVING_|
         |_LIVING___________________

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Joseph Elbert CRAVENS

Family 1: Belle Missouri WINNINGHAM


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|--Joseph Elbert CRAVENS 
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Mary Jane FOREMASTER

Family 1: Reuben Joseph FARNSWORTH


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|--Mary Jane FOREMASTER 
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Daniel GIBSON

Father: Garrett GIBSON
Mother: Mary REECE


                   _Barnabas GIBSON _
 _Garrett GIBSON _|
|                 |_Joyce ARTIS _____
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|--Daniel GIBSON 
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|                  _Daniel REECE ____
|_Mary REECE _____|
                  |_Mary VAN HOOSER _

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DEATH: Daniel died while serving in the Civil War. SOURCE: Book,"The Va n Hoose, Van Hooser, Van Huss Family in the United States" by Joyce Linds tom.


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Alexander HAMILTON

Father: Patrick HAMILTON
Mother: Janet HAMILTON


                     _Alexander HAMILTON _
 _Patrick HAMILTON _|
|                   |_Eleanor MONTGOMERY _
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|--Alexander HAMILTON 
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|                    _Hugh HAMILTON ______
|_Janet HAMILTON ___|
                    |_Mary ROSS __________

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Thomas C. PERRY

Father: Boling Bradley PERRY
Mother: Sarah Melissa STEWART


                          _Benjamin PERRY _______
 _Boling Bradley PERRY __|
|                        |_Eliza KIMBRO _________
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|--Thomas C. PERRY 
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|                         _John Gilbert STEWART _
|_Sarah Melissa STEWART _|
                         |_Margaret COPELAND ____

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!BIRTH: Thomas C. Perry was 2 in the 1870 Census of Burnet Co., Texas . Researcher: Joyce Lindstrom


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Gilbert STEWART

Father: James P. STEWART
Mother: Avarilla LISHBROOK


                       _Benjamin K. STEWART _
 _James P. STEWART ___|
|                     |_Sarah STEWART _______
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|--Gilbert STEWART 
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|                      ______________________
|_Avarilla LISHBROOK _|
                      |______________________

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Notes

Gilbert Stewart died unmarried.


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Caroline SWIFT

Father: Marcelous Montgomery SWIFT
Mother: Lousinda C STEWART


                               _John Dean SWIFT __________
 _Marcelous Montgomery SWIFT _|
|                             |_Hardenia Beatrice CLOUGH _
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|--Caroline SWIFT 
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|                              _Joseph STEWART ___________
|_Lousinda C STEWART _________|
                              |_Jane DAVIS _______________

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!BIRTH: IGI films: 538371, 538170 & 537951


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Artemacy WILKERSON

Father: Thomas WILKERSON
Mother: Eliza FOLLOWELL

Family 1: Levi STEWART
  1. +William Jackson CASADAY
  2. +Sarah Lucretia STEWART
  3.  Urban Van STEWART
  4. +Alonzo Lafayette STEWART
  5.  Mary Artemacy STEWART
  6.  Seymore Alexander STEWART
  7. +Brigham Freeman STEWART
  8. +David Brinton STEWART
  9.  Ellen Lenora STEWART
  10.  Benjamin Levi STEWART
  11.  Ethel STEWART
Family 2: William Horace CASADAY


                     _David WILKERSON ______
 _Thomas WILKERSON _|
|                   |_Elizabeth KING _______
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|--Artemacy WILKERSON 
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|                    _William F. FOLLOWELL _
|_Eliza FOLLOWELL __|
                    |_Margery MILES ________

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!BURIAL: Tombstone in Alamo Cem., Alamo, Lincoln, Nevada reads: Artemac y Wilkerson; born Oct 5,1834; died Dec 2, 1914; wife of Levi Stewart. Sou rce: Nevada Tombstone Record Book Vol 1.

BIOGRAPHY: Artemacy had eleven children but only five reached maturity.
William Jackson Cassaday died at the age of 18, on 14 Nov 1870.
Urban Van Stewart died at the age of 13 in the Kanab fire
Mary Artemacy Stewart died at 15 months
Seymore Alexander Stewart died at 18 months
Ellen Lenora Stewart died at 2 months
Benjamin Levi died at 25 years of age
She had three babies which all died at a very young age, the last being b orn just months before the Kanab fire which took the lives of her son Urb an Van Stewart. Her sister Margery also lost her life as well as Margery' s three sons, Charles Courtland, Herbert Carlos, and Edward Larenzo. Als o killed was Levi Howard Stewart, the son of Melinda Howard, Levi's firs t wife. Research: Georgenia Stewart

!BIRTH; !DEATH; !BAPTISM RECORDS of Levi, Artemacy and children #1,2,3,6, 7,9 &10: Kanab Ward, Kanab, Utah records film #026061; TIB film#126343 0 and #1263429; Endowment House Records film #182404 and 183404; Alamo Wa rd Records, Alamo, Nevada, Film #014893; Tombstone in Alamo, Nevada Cemet ery. Researcher: Roxie Sorensen

A copy of Artemacy's bill of divorcement from William Cassady is in posse ssion of Georgenia Stewart and Roxie Sorensen. William Cassady left Artem acy and son to go and search for gold in Calif. After repeated broken pr omises that he would return, and no means of support, she became destitut e. Her sister Margery Wilkerson, wife of Levi Stewart, took her and he r child into her home in Salt Lake. After a court petiton a divorce wa s given for abandoment. She later married Levi Stewart. Research: Roxi e Sorensen The following is a copy of the divorce petition:

DIVORCE PETITION: To the Judge of the Probate Court, Dec 1856, Territor y of Utah, Great Salt Lake County, Utah.
The undersigned your petitioner would respectfully represent that sh e is the wife of William H. Casaday to whom she was married in Adams Coun ty, Illinois, the fifteenth day of March 1850, and that in the year 185 2 he removed with your petitioner from the State of Illinois to this terr itory arriving in Great Salt lake City, on the 4th of October of that yea r(1850). And your petitioner further saith that in the month of April 185 3 he the said Casaday left your petitioner and went to the state of Calif ornia with the intention as your petitioner verily believed, of returnin g to his family again in the course of a year or thereabouts, as that wa s his avowed intention at that time. And your petitioner further saith t hat after leaving as before stated, he the said Cassaday continued to wri te to your petitoner regularly till the month of May last. After which yo ur petitioner heard nothing from him till the month of November when sh e received a letter from him informing her that he did not intend to retu rn to this Territory. But was going home to Illinois or into Southern Cal ifornia among the Spaniards and wishing that your petitioner would go t o that Country to reside with him. Which she has no desire to do, and can not trust in his promises any more, and therefore comes and asks that a d ecree of the Probate Court for Great Salt lake County may be made dissolv ing the bonds of matrimony existing between her and the said William H. C assaday in accordance with the laws of this Territory and also that the c ustody and control of her son, William Jackson Cassady aged two years th e 8th day of July last, be given to her, and further asks for every relie f in the promises that legally and equitably belong to her, as she is des titute of the means of support, the said Cassaday leaving her in a destit ute situation and has sent her nothing since he went to California, tho h e promised faithfully to do so, at the time of leaving and has renewed th at promise several times by letter, but has never sent her one cent in co nsequence of which she is compeled to ask for the relief provided for b y the State of the Territory of Utah in such care made and provided.
Her
Artemacy X Cassaday
Mark Subscribe d and sworn to before me this 29th of Dec 1854.
W. Smith
Probate Judge BILL OF DIVORCE: Th e Probate Court for the Great Salt Lake County of the Territory of Utah , Dec 1854
Artemacy Cassaday
vs
William H. Cassaday
This case came on for hearing in the Probate Court for Great Salt Lake Co unty, Utah on the twenty ninth day of December 1854 upon the petiton of t he plaintiff and upon the investigation of the eas??esparte, the defendan t being a non resident of the Territory of Utah and hearing the testimon y in the case being fully advised in the promises the Court ordered and d ecreed that the bonds of matrimony existing between the said Artimacy Cas saday and William H. Cassaday be forever dissolved. And it was further o rdered by the Court that the Plaintiff Artimacy Cassaday shall have the c ustody and control of her son William Jackson Cassaday born July 8th 185 3 until otherwise ordered by the Court and that the Defendant pay the cos t of suit.
E. Smith
Probate Judge

!CENSUS: The 1880 census of Kanab, Kane Co., Utah has Artimacy(45), Luci nda(25 stepdaughter, Brigham Freeman (15), David B. (12), Benjamin Levi ( 9), and Ethel (2).

!BURIAL: Tombstone in Alamo Cem., Alamo, Lincoln, Nevada reads: Artemac y Wilkerson; born Oct 5,1834; died Dec 2, 1914; wife of Levi Stewart. Sou rce: Nevada Tombstone Record Book Vol 1.

BIOGRAPHY: Artemacy had eleven children but only five reached maturity .
William Jackson Cassaday died at the age of 18, on 14 Nov 1870.
Urban Van Stewart died at the age of 13 in the Kanab fire
Mary Artemacy Stewart died at 15 months
Seymore Alexander Stewart died at 18 months
Ellen Lenora Stewart died at 2 months
Benjamin Levi died at 25 years of age
She had three babies which all died at a very young age, the last being b orn just months before the Kanab fire which took the lives of her son Urb an Van Stewart. Her sister Margery also lost her life as well as Margery' s three sons, Charles Courtland, Herbert Carlos, and Edward Larenzo. Als o killed was Levi Howard Stewart, the son of Melinda Howard, Levi's firs t wife. Research: Georgenia Stewar t

!BIRTH; !DEATH; !BAPTISM RECORDS of Levi, Artemacy and children #1,2,3,6, 7,9 &10: Kanab Ward, Kanab, Utah records film #026061; TIB film#126343 0 and #1263429; Endowment House Records film #182404 and 183404; Alamo Wa rd Records, Alamo, Nevada, Film #014893; Tombstone in Alamo, Nevada Cemet ery. Researcher: Roxie Sorensen

A copy of Artemacy's bill of divorcement from William Cassady is in posse ssion of Georgenia Stewart and Roxie Sorensen. William Cassady left Artem acy and son to go and search for gold in Calif. After repeated broken pr omises that he would return, and no means of support, she became destitut e. Her sister Margery Wilkerson, wife of Levi Stewart, took her and he r child into her home in Salt Lake. After a court petiton a divorce wa s given for abandoment. She later married Levi Stewart. Research: Roxi e Sorensen The following is a copy of the divorce petition:

DIVORCE PETITION: To the Judge of the Probate Court, Dec 1856, Territor y of Utah, Great Salt Lake County, Utah.
The undersigned your petitioner would respectfully represent that sh e is the wife of William H. Casaday to whom she was married in Adams Coun ty, Illinois, the fifteenth day of March 1850, and that in the year 185 2 he removed with your petitioner from the State of Illinois to this terr itory arriving in Great Salt lake City, on the 4th of October of that yea r(1850). And your petitioner further saith that in the month of April 185 3 he the said Casaday left your petitioner and went to the state of Calif ornia with the intention as your petitioner verily believed, of returnin g to his family again in the course of a year or thereabouts, as that wa s his avowed intention at that time. And your petitioner further saith t hat after leaving as before stated, he the said Cassaday continued to wri te to your petitoner regularly till the month of May last. After which yo ur petitioner heard nothing from him till the month of November when sh e received a letter from him informing her that he did not intend to retu rn to this Territory. But was going home to Illinois or into Southern Cal ifornia among the Spaniards and wishing that your petitioner would go t o that Country to reside with him. Which she has no desire to do, and can not trust in his promises any more, and therefore comes and asks that a d ecree of the Probate Court for Great Salt lake County may be made dissolv ing the bonds of matrimony existing between her and the said William H. C assaday in accordance with the laws of this Territory and also that the c ustody and control of her son, William Jackson Cassady aged two years th e 8th day of July last, be given to her, and further asks for every relie f in the promises that legally and equitably belong to her, as she is des titute of the means of support, the said Cassaday leaving her in a destit ute situation and has sent her nothing since he went to California, tho h e promised faithfully to do so, at the time of leaving and has renewed th at promise several times by letter, but has never sent her one cent in co nsequence of which she is compeled to ask for the relief provided for b y the State of the Territory of Utah in such care made and provided .
Her
Artemacy X Cassaday
Mark Subscribe d and sworn to before me this 29th of Dec 1854 .
W. Smith
Probate Judge BILL OF DIVORCE: Th e Probate Court for the Great Salt Lake County of the Territory of Utah , Dec 1854
Artemacy Cassaday
vs
William H. Cassaday
This case came on for hearing in the Probate Court for Great Salt Lake Co unty, Utah on the twenty ninth day of December 1854 upon the petiton of t he plaintiff and upon the investigation of the eas??esparte, the defendan t being a non resident of the Territory of Utah and hearing the testimon y in the case being fully advised in the promises the Court ordered and d ecreed that the bonds of matrimony existing between the said Artimacy Cas saday and William H. Cassaday be forever dissolved. And it was further o rdered by the Court that the Plaintiff Artimacy Cassaday shall have the c ustody and control of her son William Jackson Cassaday born July 8th 185 3 until otherwise ordered by the Court and that the Defendant pay the cos t of suit.
E. Smith
Probate Judge

!CENSUS: The 1880 census of Kanab, Kane Co., Utah has Artimacy(45), Luci nda(25 stepdaughter, Brigham Freeman (15), David B. (12), Benjamin Levi ( 9), and Ethel (2).


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