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14 Aug 1862 Mustered 28 Aug 1862
Have copy of Muster and Descriptive Roll
Age 24 5 ft 9 in Blk hair Blue eyes Dark complection Married Farmer
Residence Tremont, Tazwell Cty. Ill
Brim, Elmore (I1000)
born: 1855 place: Holmes or Coshocton Co., OH died: 1908 Hardin Co.?, IA
bur.: 1908 Point Pleasant C., Eldora, IA marr: 25 Dec 1880 Pt. Pleasant, IA
father: Thomas Sheldon (1789-1871)
mother: Rebecca Richardson Lohr [Lore](1813-1863)

WIFE: Evaline (Eva) Delia LOWDEN
born: 29 Jun 1862? place: Sunrise, Chisago, MN
died: 24 Jun 1947 Dickinson Co.?, IA
bur.: Jun 1947 Pt. Pleasant C., Hardin Co., IA
father: Lorenzo Orren LOWDEN (12 Jan 1833-15 Jan 1899)
mother: Nancy Elizabeth BREG (8 Oct 1836-16 May 1908)

1. name: Leo Orren SHELDON -
born: 26 Sep 1887 place: Hardin Co., IA
died: 12 Oct 1973 Hardin Co., IA
bur.: Oct 1973 Pt.Pleasant C., Hardin Co.,IA
spouse: Lulu E. (13 Mar 1892-21 Jan 1976)
2. name: Infant SHELDON
born: 13 Mar 1904 place: Hardin Co., IA
died: 15 Mar 1904 Hardin Co., IA
bur.: Mar 1904 Pt. Pleasant C., Hardin Co.,IA
*Possible son?: Lorenzo Sheldon listed in 1910 IA census Hardin Co., Tipton Twn., age 28, wife Belle, 23, & dau. Evelyn, 1? An Evelyn Sheldon Bullis (1909-1988) is listed as buried in Northlawn Mem. Gardens, Hardin Twn., Hardin Co., IA.

There are no known VT, NY, MA, MD ties to I.P. Sheldon; his father & mother were born in NJ.
Roy Sheldon

Likely soon after 1904 Isaac Putnam Sheldon & wife Eva D. Lowden (1863?-1947) moved from Hardin County, IA to Burleigh Co., ND. Some of their children moved with them, Guy (b. Aug 1883), Leo (1887-1973), & Ted P. (b. Apr 1891). Don't know for sure whether daughters May (b. Feb 1886) or Elizabeth (Bessie) [b. Aug 1896] moved as well. It seems son Lorenzo (b. Jan 1882) & dau. Dora Sheldon Whaley (1889-1983) remained in IA. I believe Ted had a son Ted P. Sheldon Jr. (1927-2001), who moved to Gresham, Multnomah, OR. Both I.P., son Leo & their spouses were buried back in Hardin Co., IA. However, I haven't been able to track to Guy, Ted in ND or Lorenzo (though I have info on a dau. Evelyn Sheldon Bullis), May, or Bessie in IA. I would appreciate any info on I.P. & Eva's children & descendants in ND & elsewhere. I am related as a gg grandson of I.P.'s half brother William Sheldon (1815-1902). Roy Sheldon (
Ted Sheldon Sr. & family moved from Bismarck, ND to Portland, OR around 1941, & Ted Sr. died there 29 May 1952. Ted had 3 wives: Olina Vollan, Margery Carmichael, & Hallie Carmichael. Three children with Olina were Viola (b abt 1912), Donald (1913-1988), & Lester (1917-1980). Children with Margery were Ted (1927-2001), William (1931?-1974?), & David (1941?-1977?). 
Sheldon, Isaac Putnam (P-108076473)
72 !A Lutheran minister; graduate of Wittenberg College Hamma, David R (P-108076927)
73 !Buried in family plot in Northeast section of Clifton OH Cemetery ( East of service bldg Shaw, Sarah (P-108076903)
74 !Daughter of Elmer Cretors and Sarah Wilkerson Cretors, Margaret (P-108076889)
75 !First husband was Myron Beekman who died in 1914. One son, Lewis Beekman, died before his mother. Beekman, Mary Byrd (Laybourne) (P-108076911)
76 !Fred Dobbins' mother was Flora Turnbull, sister of Melda Turnbull who married Edward Bull. Fred married Fannie Shaw. Melda's son married (2nd) Fannie Shaw's sister, Lydia.
!Dates from grave marker in North Cemetery, Cedarville Ohio
!Middle name from Portrait and Biographical Album, Chapman, 1890 
Dobbins, Fred Ernest (P-108076890)
77 !He was a Lutheran Minister Aue, Carl (P-108076857)
78 !Lived in Louisiana Kemp, John (P-108076885)
79 !Lived on Tanyard where it makes a bend to the left about a mile north of Clifton Cemetery. Had 10 children, the last three of whom died when their house burned during an extremely cold night. One of the three, Nettie, had been treasurer of the Clifton Presbyterian Sunday School when we attended there in the middle 1930's. Shaw, Findley W. (P-108076907)
80 !Many years as a nurse in Washington Co.(Des Moines) Iowa Shaw, Dessa (P-108076931)
81 !Married Charles Petry. Children were Kenneth, Andrew, Robert, Helen, Alta,
!and Grace. Robert maarried first Cousin, Esther Aue. 
Hamma, Mary Matilda (P-108076919)
82 !Mother of Naomi Rice and Vesta Cultice? Hamma, Alda Bert (P-108076917)
83 !Moved to Hammond, Louisiana Shaw, Ann (P-108076906)
84 !Only knew him as Uncle Irv. If I ever saw him, I don't remember it. We went
!once to look at "Mrs. Paden's" farm to try to rent it. Northeast corner of South Charleston Rd. and North River Rd. I remember hearing once that Uncle Irv was in from Paradise, CA , at a family reunion, but I Have no recollection of actually seeing him. I would have been 9 or 10 years old 
Hamma, Irvin Goodwin (P-108076918)
85 !Raymond Bull comment to Kenneth Bull. He had wanted to be a lawyer, but his father died when he was 15, his mother died when he was 17, and he had a brother to take care of who was 5 years younger than he was.

His first wife, Carrie Townsley, died in 1923, reportedly from breathing fumes of a chemical being used to fumigate a chicken house. Second wife, Lydia Shaw was a sister of the wife of his cousin, Fred Dobbins. They were married in 1926, daughter, Marjorie, born in 1927,son, Kenneth, born in 1928, lost the farm two months later. Not really my fault. His cousin also named Raymond, had a son born shortly before me. Not wanting to give me the same, unknown, name that the other Raymond had given his son, they gave me the name Kenneth. You should now be able to guess the name of the son of the other Raymond. Right. 
Bull, Raymond Samuel (P-108076914)
86 !Same name as an aunt who married Abram Rosner and moved to Pittsburg. Don't know the story. Youngest of 7 children. Attended the old Hopewell School on Old Clifton Rd. south of Springfield, Ohio. The school was later converted to a house by Lou Kerrigan, a county Commissioner in Clark County.
Said she often went to her Grandmother Hamma's for lunch because it was closer than going home. The Hammas lived in a farmstead that was immediately behind the old Green Special School. Buildings were torn down or burned down by 1990. She and one or two other young women "went out west". They worked as tent girls at Yellowstone National Park when the Accomadations consisted of cabins with wood walls about six feet high and canvas roofs. Spent some time in Salt Lake City; worked in a candy store and as a clerical worker in a ship yard in Long Beach, CA. (I have always felt that this

Line 69 from GEDCOM File not recognizable or too long:
NOTE !Same name as an auntwho married Abram Rosner and moved to Pittsburg. Don't CONT experience was a little `avant- garde' in 1924.) Worked as a switchboard experience was a little `avant- garde' in 1924.) Worked as a switchboard operator at the Wescott Automobile Company in Springfield. Wescott "assembled" auto mobiles from purchased parts as opposed to making their own parts. The family owned the house designed by Frank LLoyd Wright at the corner of Greenmont Avenue and East High Street in Springfield. She also worked at Prudential Insurance when they had an office in Springfield. I think that this was her last job before getting married. 
Shaw, Lydia Elizabeth (P-108076915)
87 !She and sister Angie Belle married brothers, Horace (Harry) and John Shaw
!After marriage, they lived on adjacent farms.
!My mother referred to her as Aunt Lizzie 
Hamma, Nancy Elizabeth (P-108076924)
88 !Their daughter, Esther, married Robert Petry, who was son of her sister Mary
!Matilda. Interesting story about his going to Louisville to bring her back from a flood.

Hamma, Edessa "Odessa" (P-108076922)
89 !Was a Farmer. Did not marry Hamma, John Madison (P-108076925)
90 !Was an M.D. Had bushy eyebrows which I always liked
!First wife Jessie Bertner, who must have died before I was very old
!Mother and her family alwas referred to 2nd wife as Myrtle, never as Aunt
!Myrtle, which was unusual for them. Wonder why? 
Hamma, Charles Butler (P-108076920)
91 "Illustrated."|||Vols. 2-3 contain biographical material.|||Imperfect: v. 1 lacks p. 1157-1158.|||Includes indexes. Source (S-1985839703)
92 # Ada R LAUGHEAD b: 15 JUL 1868 in Xenia. OHIO. USA
# Has No Children Nettie M LAUGHEAD b: 11 JUL 1870 in Xenia. OHIO. USA
# Has No Children Nellie B LAUGHEAD b: 3 FEB 1872 in Xenia. OHIO. USA
# Has No Children Mary C LAUGHEAD b: 28 AUG 1873 in Xenia. OHIO. USA
# Has No Children Joseph M LAUGHEAD b: 19 APR 1875 in Xenia. OHIO. USA
# Has No Children Frank E LAUGHEAD b: 25 MAR 1877 in Xenia. OHIO. USA
# Has Children Charles W LAUGHEAD b: 19 JUN 1880 in Xenia. OHIO. USA
# Has No Children Fred Brown LAUGHEAD b: 15 OCT 1887 in Xenia. OHIO. USA 
Gregg, Margaret Stewart (P-108076601)
93 (Medical):1900 census lists her as Bertha H and mother born in Michigan Sheldon, Hazel (P-108077224)
94 (Medical):Benjamin F. Hormel
Thursday, October 17, 2002
Benjamin F. Hormel, 88, died Tuesday (Oct. 15, 2002) at Bickford Cottage in Lincoln.
He was born Jan. 19, 1914, in Austin, Minn., to Benjamin Franklin and Flora Mae (Kaufman) Hormel, Sr. He grew up at Austin and graduated from Principia Upper School at St. Louis, Mo. He attended college at Grinell, Iowa, and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1937.
On Feb. 25, 1937, he married Thalma I. Lowe at Plainview. They came to McCook in 1938, where he owned and operated the Hormel Chevrolet Dealership. On June 15, 1944, he entered the U.S. Navy serving during World War II. He returned to McCook following his honorable discharge and returned to his business. He retired in 1980.
On Sept. 5, 1987, he married Fritzi (Hinkle) Prest in McCook.
He was a member of the First Church of Christ Scientist, the McCook Masonic Lodge No. 135 AF&AM, all Masonic Bodies in McCook, the Tehama Shrine in Hastings and the McCook Elks Lodge No. 1434. He served on the McCook Board of Education from 1947 to 1961. He was a past Director of Rotary International, past president of McCook Rotary Club, a former director of the YMCA and the United Fund. He also organized the Crime Stoppers organization in McCook and served on the McCook City Council.
He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Thalma in 1986; and two sisters, Virginia Grounds and Lois Lyons.
Survivors include his wife, Fritzi Hormel of McCook; two daughters, Anabeth (Frazier) and husband, Ted Cox and Mary Sue and husband, Bill Harris, all of Lincoln; two step-children, Bob Prest and wife, Janet of Phoenix, Ariz., and Billie and husband, John Rouzee of North Platte; four grandchildren; six step-grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and 14 step-great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will be Saturday, 11 a.m., at the Herrmann Memorial Chapel with Theresa Corder officiating. Inurnment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery in McCook.
Memorials may be given to the Ben Hormel Family Foundation, PO Box 918, McCook, NE 69001 or left at the funeral home.
Herrmann Funeral Home of McCook is in charge of arrangements. 
Hormel, Benjamin F. (P-108076813)
95 (Medical):Cholera Epodemic in 1851-1854 in Coles Co., IL The Great Plains & Missouri
Yellow Fever 1852-1853 North America 
Tarvin, Walter Scott (P-108076444)
96 (Medical):George not in 1900 census with Leonard, Bertha, Richard or Hazel.Listed with Grandparents in Tipton Hardin County Iowa, George and wife. Sheldon, George Byron (P-108077219)
97 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sheldon, R.P. (I4)
98 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Sheldon, R.B. (I1)
99 (Research):
Sheldon, Sarah Jane (P-108076475)
100 (Research):"Young Abraham Covalt of the Captain's family was killed by the Indians in 1789 some miles above Covalt's Station. Abel Cook (probably brother of Lydia Cook Hinkle) was killed at Round Bottom after Harmon's defeat in 1791. Many of this party were with these at this battle when so many of their number were killed, the rest left Covalt's Station and went to Gerard's." Cook, Abel (P-108076329)

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