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51 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
52 Per Narratives of Randolph County, they lived most of their lives on a farm near Oakdale, Illinois, moving to Chicago in later years as daugher Mary was a school teacher there. ARDREY JENNIE
 
53 Per Narratives of Randolph County, he was in the Civil War, operated a general store in Oakdale and was postmaster there for a time, was a member of U. P. Church and was presenter of music in that church for many years. He was married three times. ARDREY ROBERT G.
 
54 Per Narratives of Randolph County, he was a traveling salesman. ARDREY WILLIAM G.
 
55 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
56 Holland Dutch.
Changed name to Arnsmeyer.

1860 Census show a D (Dietrich) H (Henry) Arnsmeyer, age 30, merchant in Nashville, Illinois, from Germany. Wife my be a Suedmeyer, age 29, from Germany. Wiliam A., age 8, born in Missouri, John age 6, born in Illinois, and Amelia, age 3, born 10/8/1857 per New Minden St. John's records, Illinois.

It appears this would be this family, especially since the William in this record was born in 1852.

These census records were received from Lucille Althoff 6/18/03. 
ARNS FREDERICK
 
57 George was proprietor of wall paper and paint business. ARNSMEYER GEORGE EDWARD
 
58 According to death certificate, William was a coal miner. ARNSMEYER WILLIAM
 
59 With their infant daughter, Paulina Anna Carolina (b. 1887) and two sons, George and August, Julia (Klee) Arnsmeyer (b. 1865, d. 1905) and William Arnsmeyer (b. 1852, d. 1919) moved in 1888 to Nashville from St. Louis. Both Julia and William were of Scotch-Irish heritage, having added the "meyer" to William's original family name of "Arns". three more children were born to their union. Ruth Frances in 1893, Luella Mae (known as "Chub") in 1890, and Mayme Adelle in 1897.
George married Violet Green (a Nashville girl) and they had two children, Elvira Louise (now Brown and living in Atlanta) and Mary Elizabeth (now Drane and living in California). August married Sophie Lee (also of Nashville) and they moved to Johnson City. Paulina married Frank Guy Truman Schafer. Frank's father was an English Jewelry salesman and his mother was half Cherokee Indian. Paulina and Frank had five children, Mildred Helen (later Brink) in 1909, Vera Mae (who died in infancy) in 1914, Imogene (later Wallace) in 1915. Homer G. (who died as a young man) in 1922, and Frank Guy in 1924. Ruth married Charles "Chick" Evilsizer and they had two children, Darlith (now Warmack and living in Pennsylvania) and James, living in the metro-east area. Ruth and Chick lived all their married life in Nashville.
Luella Mae married John Engleman and they lived all their married life in Nashville also. Their children were Delene (now Anderson), Ilene (now Pratt), John Jr., Mayme (now Krause), Betty (now Pemberton) and Rank William. Mayme married Walt Reidelberger (also of Nashville). Children born to their union were Audrey (now Gaebe and living in Rhode Island), Walt Robert (now living in the Orient) and Jean (now Farmen-Farmian).

 
ARNSMEYER WILLIAM
 
60 Third husband of Frances Owens. Lived in Dallas, TX with Frances's daughter, Georgeanne Kay, and Georgeanne's husband. Married a good many years, finally separated. ARTHUR EARL
 
61 Marie came to America with an Uncle to avoid having to go into the harem of the Royal Guard. A sister Mary came with her. Per Mary Ann Cramer. ASFAHL MARIE
 
62 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE: Heck, E. L. (1927). "Colonel William Ball of Virginia", page 27,
Newgate, London.

!BIRTH: Wittington, L. (1980), "Virginia Gleanings in England", page 577, Gen.
Pub.: Baltimore.

!DEATH: Wittington (1980), page 577.

Will dated May 10, 1656. 
ATHEROLD THOMAS
 
63 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE: Heck, E. L. (1927). "Colonel William Ball of Virginia", page 27,
Newgate, London. 
ATHEROLD THOMAS
 
64 Betsy attended the U. of Illinois - graduated from James Millikin U. Member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. ATKINSON BETSY DORIS
 
65 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
66 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
67 Polk was a native of Fordyce, Ark., and became a highly sucdcessful business man. At 16, he left home to attend the U. of Ark., where he spent 2 years, working to pay his way. He then went to St. Louis in 1894, where he worked for Ely, Walker & Co., wholesalers, while there also attending Browns Business Colelge. After graduation, Ely Walker recommended him to T. F. Brink of Nashville, Illinois, for a store managerial position. In 1897 he moved to Nashville, Illinois, and for the next 7 years, held that position with T. F. Brink Dry Goods Co. It was here that he met and married Ida.
After their marriage, they moved to Vandalia, Illinois, where Polk headed the firm of Atkinson & Brink. Mr. Brink was the silent partner, with Polk in full charge. In a few years he was sole owner of a thriving business. In 1914, he opened a second store in St. Elmo, Illinois, which continued till his death. At the time fo his death, a Mr. Mansfield had one-third interest in the Vandalia Store, which had a grocery dept. as well as dry goods, clothing and shoes. Polk was a very charitable man who did much to help the poor unfortunate and handicapped in his area.
From "Hoffmans 1662 - 1972"
Compiled by Bernice Reinhardt 
ATKINSON THOMAS POLK
 
68 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
69 Per Narratives of Randolph County, they lived west of Oakdale but east of the old homestead. AULD ANN
 
70 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
71 Per Narratives of Randolph County, she taught school early in life and later kept a diary, very interesting person. AULD ELIZABETH
 
72 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
73 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
74 James Auld of New Concord, Muskingum County, Ohio (b. 6/28/1824 d. 1/1/1901) was a farmer and a carpet weaver. He m. 2/17/1848 Sarah Reynolds b. 3/21/1829 in Ohio, whosse grandfather was Col. John Reynolds in the revolutionary War. James came to Illinois on the train from Ohio, with his wife, 2 daughters Lessie and Jane, his mother and a sister Ann in 1858. They then lived on the old Auld homestead north of where Harold Auld now lives. There his mother Mary d. 4/1/1962. In May 1865, he bought from Andrew Todd a farm about 1/2 mile south of where they lived. There his wife Sarah d. 2/1/1890. Sarah was well known and appreciated for her assistance to other families in times of sickness and grief.

In April 1890, he sold the farm to his son John C. and his wife Isabelle. He continued to live with them after the deaath of his wife and continued as a weaver. He made an overnight visit with his daughter Jane and her family and died quietly in his sleep that night.

Their children were: Mary Celesta (Lessie) Auld (See James McKnight Torrens); Sarah Jane Auld b. 3/6/1852, d. 4/12/1932, m. 3/10/1870 Richard Boyd; William Reynolds Auld (See William R. Auld); John C. Auld (See John C. Auld); James Oliver Auld b. 2/14/1868, d. 8/17/1885 aged 17 years 6 months 3 days. He was overheated putting hay in the barn. He is buried in Oakdale, Illinois Cemetery.

By Maxine Musselman

From1979 WASHINGTON COUNTY ILLINOIS HISTORY

Per Narratives of Randolph County, James was a farmer and a weaver of cloth, as bedspreads, etc. He in his late years wore a paisley shawl over his shoulders when in church. He was tall and erect. 
AULD JAMES
 
75 Per Narratives of Randolph County, Sparta Public Library, Sparta, Illinois, they lived on a farm near Morning Sun, Iowa. AULD JAMES EARL
 
76 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
77 John Auld b. 2/22/1783 d. 11/9/1842 grew up in Rockbridge Co. Va. m. 12/17/1804 Mary Forsythe b. 3/28/1782 d. 4/1/1862. In 8/1814 they moved to Rich Hill Twp. Muskingam Co., Ohio. The widow, Mary, in 1857 camae with her son James and family and daughter Ann and settled on a ridge 2 miles west of Oakdale, north of the Harold Auld farm 1979. A son William had come earlier.

Their children were: Jane b. 9/14/1808, d. 8/21/1842, m. 7/2/1835 George Sterrett; Elizabeth b. 11/1/1810, d. 9/9/1836, m. 6/21/1836 Jason C. Wortman; John b. 10/28/1812, d. 3/23/1826, killed by lightning; William b. 5/12/1814, d. 6/19/1865, m. 5/7/1835 Mary Stevenson; Mary "Polly" b. 11/13/1820, d. 10/31/1846, buried in Ohio; James Auld b. 6281824 (See James Auld); Ann b. 2141827, d. 1/10/1869, m. 3/16/1858 David McClurkin.

By Maxine Musselman

From 1979 WASHINGTON COUNTY ILLINOIS HISTORY

Per Narratives of Randolph County, Sparta Public Library, Sparta, Illinois.

John Auld is the earliest ancestor we have been able to definately claim in this Auld line. Statements of proof are herein given.

John Auld was a tax-payer in Rockbridge County, Virginia, in 1804. In August 1814, he and his wife Mary Forsythe Auld, moved to Rich Hill Township, Muskingam County, Ohio. Mary Forsythe's parents, Elijah and Jean Ewing Forsythe were married by Rev. John Cuthbertson in May 1781 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Rev. John Cuthbertson baptised on November 21, 1784, their two children, stating their birthdays in his diary - Mary Forsythe born March 28, 1782 and Ann Forsythe born February 8, 1784. (See Cuthbertsons' Diary - do not have this. wlg)

John and wife Mary Forsythe Auld, were two of forty members, who enjoyed the First Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, in the newly organized group of Covenanters near the farm home of Mr. McCutcheon, near Zanesville, Ohio. John was elected a ruling elder there in 1821. In 1836 a church on Sec. 30 was called High Hill Reformed Presbyterian Church (Covenanter). The pastor was Robert Wallace and two ruling elders were John Auld and Charles Sterrett. We think Charles was father of George, James, William and Joseph Sterrett. (Mr. Young)

As John and Mary were about to leave Rockbridge County, Virginia, for their new home in Ohio, two letters of introduction were given them, a copy of which follows:
1) State of Virginia, Rockbridge County.
I, the undersigned subscriber, do certify that I have known and have long been acquainted with John Auld and believe him to be a man of inflexible hosesty, confidence and integrity; well disposed toward the General Government of the US and worthy the attention of every good man. He has been a citizen of said county and state from his infancy and his character stands without a blot or blemish.
Given under my hand this 19th day of August 1814
John McGorkle
Aaron Harper, deputy
N. B. Knowing you are about to move to Ohio, I took the liberty to send you this certificate.

2)We the undersigned, have been acquainted personally with John Auld and Mary his wife (the bearer of this) for many years and as far as we know, believe them to be peaceable, good citizens and have supported a good moral character.
Rockbridge County, Virginia, the 18th day of August 1814,
Signed:Wm. Davidson
Robert Davidson
Elijah Forsythe
Abraham Edmiston

John Auld died of tuberculesis November 9, 1842 and is buried in the McNaughton Cemetery in Sec. 29, near the graves of his neighbor and friend, Charles Sterrett and his wife Jane McNaughton Sterrett. At the time of John Auld's death, he and wife Mary, owned 120 acres of land in Sec. 30 SE1/2 in Rich Hill Township, Muskingam County, Ohio. Mary and her son James later sold the homestead to Mrs. Jane Forsythe Wilson, a widow of Samuel Wilson. Jane was afflicted with palsey of the hands. She and her sons kept well the farm. The youngest son remained on the farm till accidently killed.

My father, Wm. Reynolds Auld, a grandchild of John Auld, stated to me, his daughter, that he recalled some good times he had at play on a chain and pole swing in the timber, just across the road from the house on the homestead. Also that he remembered that the water was drawn by a windlass and pulley, from a spring, up to the back porch of the house. And that the church, known as the South Branch Coventer Church, could be seen from the house, Mrs. Wilson paid $4000 for the farm.

John and Mary's son William Auld came to Washington County, Illinois some time before the widow Mary, who with her son James and daughter Ann came to Illinois in 1857. They settled on a farm on the ridge about 2 miles West of Oakdale, Illinois, later known as the Petrashek place and still later known as the McClay place it being just North of the Harold Auld farm. (1957)

The widow Mary and son James and daughter Ann came to Illinois on a train, arriving at Richview, Illinois. There they discovered that Ann's trunk was missing. But quite some time later (in 1960) the trunk was located at Claremont, Illinois, with most of its contents gone.

This home farm, on the ridge, was bought of James H. Jamison, October 10, 1857, SW SE Sec. 9 to Jamest Auld and Lot 2 Sec. 16 Twp3 SE R4W.

The widow Mary Auld died of cancer of the nose and is buried in Oakdale, Illinois Cemetery, as are her daughter Ann and sons William and James and many descendants.

The following information regarding the Auld homestead in Ohio, comes from Fred J. Nethers, Recorder, Muskingam County, Ohio.
Zanesville, Ohio, November 1937

In 1832 John Auld purchased from the administrators of the Wm. Forsythe estate, the S 1/2 of SE 1/4 of Sec. 30 Twp 13, R 11. This land was sold by order of court to pay a claim against the estate of William Forsythe, for the price of 3 pounds of gunpowder, sold by a man by the name of Leach, in Rockbridge County, Virginia. (Had William Forsythe been in the Revolutionary War?)

In 1839 John Auld purchased from James Armstrong 79.81 acres, this being the N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of Sec. 30, Twp 13 R 11.

The children of John and Mary Auld were Jane, Elizabeth, John, William, Mary, James and Ann. These will be found in the genealogy.

A daughter of William was Mrs. Elizabeth Beall, who lived in Oakdale, Illinois in her later days and she was a very interesting person. She kept a diary of important doings in and around town, for many years. This diary was last known to be in the possession of the family of William Carson in Oakdale, Illinois. She took active part in church and community life and in her younger days was a one room, country school teacher. I found this record of her teaching days written in her hand writing, naming her pupils which I will copy here.

My first school, taught 3 mo. began 7/4/1853, taught in log school house, near the Sparta - Nashville road, near Thomas McClurken's, in Elkhorn Prairie, near Oakdale, Illinois.
Elizabeth Auld, teacher

1. Sarah E. Auld10. Sarah Washburn19. Margaret A. Dunlap
2. Margaret J. Auld11. Venecia Keeland20. Eliza J. Neille
3. Jane McClurken12. Martha McClelland21. Sarah McClurken
4. Cyrus F. S. McClurken13. Elizabeth McClelland22. James H. McClurken
5. Emma R. McClurken14. Sam R. McClurken23. Andrew McClurken
6. Susan Washburn15. Elizabeth S. McClurken24. Clara A. McClurken
7. Elizabeth I. McClurken16. James Flanagan25. Archie Hood
8. Wylie Washburn17. Elizabeth Hood26. Kennedy Hood
9. William Washburn18. Emma McAfee27. John J. Torrens

Same School - 4/5/1854Elizabeth Auld, teacher

1. Margaret McAfee 9. John McClane17. James Lancaster
2. Emma J. McAfee10. James W. McClane18. Sarah E. Lancaster
3. John McAfee11. Robert G. McClane19. Margaret Cochran
4. James Morrison12. Melissa Childers20. Martha McClane
5. Mary Morrison13. George Fuger21. Allen Osborne
6. Rebecca Donnelly14. Elizabeth McClelland22. Thomas Mitchell
7. Mary J. McAfee15. Lucinda Osborne23. Elizabeth Mitchell
8. Margaret J. Auld16. Martha McClelland24. James Flanagan


THE WILL OF JOHN AULD

I, John Auld of Mskingham County, Ohio, do make and publish this my last Will and Testament, in manner and form, following, that is to say:
First, It is my will that my funeral expenses and all my lawful debts be fully paid.
Second, I give, devise and bequeath to my beloved wife, Mary Auld, in liew of her dower, the plantation on which we reside, and all my other real estate in the Twp of Rich Hill, County of Muskingham, State of Ohio, containing in all about one hundred and twenty one acres, during her natural lifetime, and all the livestock, horses, cows, sheep, and hogs by me now owned and kept thereon, also all household furniture and other items not particularly names and otherwise disposed of by this will, during her natural lifetime, as aforesaid, she however first disposing of a sufficient quantity thereof to pay my just debts as aforesaid. And that at the death of my said wife, all the land bequeathed to her, to my son James Auld, out of which he shall pay my daughters Mary and Ann each fifty dollars.
Third, I give and devise to my eldest daughter, Jane Sterrett, fifty dollars.
Fourth, I give and bequeath to my son William Auld, fifty dollars.
Fifth, I give and devise to my daughter Mary Auld, my black colt, 2 yrs. old next spring and a good saddle and bridle, good bedding and bed a good bureau and $100.
Sixth, I give and devise to my son James Auld, besides my farm as aforesaid, my wagon, my bay mare, 4 yrs. old, a good sadlled and bridle.
Seventh, I give and devise to my youngest daughter Ann Auld, when she come of age, my sorrel colt 2 yrs. old, a good saddle and bridle, a good bed and bedding a bureau and $100 in money.
Lastly, I hereby constitute and appoint my wife, Mary Auld, to be Executor of this my last will, revoking and annulling all others by me made and confirming this and no other, as my last will. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal. this 17th day of January 1840.
Signed, John Auld.
Signed, published and declared by the above, JOhn Auld, as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us, who at his request have signed as witnesses of the same.
John Forsythe
Elijah Forsythe.
State of Ohio, and County of Muskingham,
I, George W. Manypenny, Clerk of Court of Common pleas in and for said County, do hereby certify that the foregoing will is truly copied and taken from the record of Wills in my office. In testimony whereof I ahve hereunto set my hand and seal of the Court of Zanesville, this 19th day of November 1842.George W. Manypenny, Clerk
A. Wilkins, Deputy

A signed statement by William Auld (son of John and Mary Auld).
Received of Mrs. Mary Auld, Administrator of John Auld's Will, $50, it being in full paid of dowry left me in said will, this 22nd day of April 1848.
Signed, Wm. Auld 
AULD JOHN
 
78 J. C. Auld is the way the name is found on his marriage license and other important papers and the family assumed the name was John Calvin until in 1979 an old Bible record was found listing the marriage of his parents, births and marriages of his brothers and sisters. There, his name is listed as John Cameron Cargill Auld born on Thursday 10/14/1858. He married 3/20/1884 to Isabelle (Belle) McMaster Hood b. 5/10/1858 d. 6/26/1942.

For while, they lived on a farm south of Oakdale and then in April 1890, they bought the family farm from his parents. He farmed and was skillful in treating diseases of animals for his friends and neighbors. He d. 9/7/1919 at the Anna, Illinois Hospital. A few years later his widow moved to Oakdale. The last weeks of her life were spent on the farm where she had lived.

Their three children were: Ollie Hood Auld (See Ollie H. Auld); James Earl Auld b. 1/26/1891, d. 10/1/1972. He married 12/1/1915 in Morning Sun, Iowa to Mary Edna Robb b. 3/2/1896 d. 3/10/1977. They have one daughter Mary Imogene b. 1/13/1918 who was married 6/7/1939 to Harold Lewis Chrissinger b. 11/6/1916. They have one daughter Sandra Claire b. 10/1/1940. She married 2/18/1962 Charles Russell Orr (b. 7/31/1941). Their children are: Steven Russell b. 10/6/1962. Diana Lynne b. 11/24/1963 Curtis William b. 7/7/1971; Harold McMaster Auld (see Harold M. Auld).

By Maxine Musselman

From 1979 WASHINGTON COUNTY ILLINOIS HISTORY

He was a farmer, lived on the ridge just south of the old homestead, north of Oakdale, Illinois, per Narratives of Randolph County, Sparta Public Library, Sparta, Illinois. 
AULD JOHN (CALVIN) CAMERON CARGILL
 
79 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
80 FROM THE NARRATIVES OF RANDOLPH COUNTY, SPARTA PUBLIC LIBRARY, SPARTA, ILLINOIS

THE WILL OF MARY AULD (daughter of John and Mary Auld)

In the name of God, Amen.
I, Mary Auld of the County of Muskingham, in State of Ohio, do make and publish this, my last will and testament, in manner and form following, that is to say,
First, I bequeath my soul to God.
Second, It is my will, that my funeral expenses and all lawful debts be paid.
Third, I give, devise, and bequeath to my beloved mother, my horse, saddle and bridle.
Fourth, I give, devise and bequeath to my brother James Auld, my yellow colored bedstead, 1 feather be, 1 underbed and double coverlet and my set of chairs.
Fifth, I give, devise, and bequeath to my sister Ann Auld, my red colored bedstead, 1 feather bed and 1 underbed and the rest of my bed clothes. I leave to my mothers' disposal, and my table I leave to my sister Ann Auld.
Sixth, I give, devise and bequeath to my brother William Auld, two dollars.
Seventh, I give, devise and bequeath to my sister Jane's children two dollars.
Eighth, I leave my body clothes and my books at my mother's disposal.
After the above legacies and debts are all fully paid, whatsoever surplus money is left, is to be equally divided between my mother and my brother James Auld and my sister Ann Auld.
Lastly, I hereby constitute and appoint my mother Mary Auld, to be Executor of this my last weill, revoking and annulling all others and confirming this to be my last will and testament. In testimony whereof, I have this day, the 14th day of August 1846 set my hand and seal
Signed, Mary Auld
Signed and published by the above Mary Auld, as and for her last will, in our presence, who at her request signed as witnesses.
David Hawthorne
John Forsythe Jr.
I, Anthony Wilkins, Clerk of Court of Common pleas within and for said County hereby certify the foregoing to be a full and true copy of last will of said Mary Auld, deceased, which was proved in said Court and ordered recorded. Witness my hand and seal of Court affixed at Zanesville, this 13th day of November 1846.
Anthony Wilkins, Clerk
A statement signed by Mary Jane Sterrett.
Received of my grandmother Mary Auld, One Dollar, within said will.
Mary J. Sterrett

 
AULD MARY (POLLY)
 
81 Per Narratives of Randolph County, she was nevery very strong but tried to do her duty, in home and church. AULD MARY CELESTA (LESSIE)
 
82 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
83 Ollie Hood Auld born June 19, 1886 son of John C. and Isabelle McMaster Hood Auld. He married Fannie Watson McConnell September 22, 1910. She was born September 23, 1885 and died October 6, 1966. Ollie died May 23, 1973. Their children are Marjorie Ruth born December 14, 1911. She married Joseph Howard Hillyard on July 26, 1935. He was born March 24, 1908. Their children are Joel Alan born November 4, 1941 married Judith Jane Schoenberger on June 12, 1965. She was born December 17, 1942. They live at Red Bud. He teaches and Judith is a Reistered Nurse. He was in the medics at Scott Air Base during the Vietnam War. Their children are Jeffrey Alan born January 18, 1969 and Jeanna Rae born March 12, 1970. Judith Gail born July 3, 1945. She married Jeffry Edward Metter, born (September 27, 1945), on July 26, 1969. Their children are Jason Scott born July 19, 1971 and Jill Renee born March 22, 1976. They live in Houston, Texas.

Janet Bell Auld was born February 14, 1915. She married Rolland McClay born (September 25, 1910), on February 10, 1936. To this union four children were born: an infant born and died August 25, 1938, Paul Dean born and died February 12, 1942, Kenneth Lynn born April 15, 1944. He lives in El Paso, Texas. Janice Arlene born March 15, 1948 married Michael Mickle. Their children are Michael and Ronald. Later divorced and married William Cruthis. Janet is married to Leroy Zellar.

John Robert Auld born September 30, 1925 married Norma Frieman October 25, 1952. She was born November 11, 1932. He was in World War II. Their children are: Jean Ellen born 7/26/53 is married; John Dale born 11/30/54; David Wayne born 8/19/56; Shirley Faye born 12/29/59; Michael Frieman 12/14/61; Francis Lyle Auld born October 25, 1929 married Mary Alice Frieman born 2/8/1938. He was in the Korean War. Their children were Kenneth Gene born 3/6/58, married Connie Wernecke April 10, 1976, their daughter is Sara Ann born April 14, 1978; Mary Jayne born 3/27/59 married Kevin Shults, their daughter is Charity Jayne born August 31, 1978; Alice Gail born 4/26/60 married Patrick Hickey, their son Michael Patrick; Lyle Alan born 3/25/61; Glenna Rebecca born November 3, 1965; Roberta Francine born October 20, 1966; Fern Catherine born September 6, 1972 and Faith Ellyn born June 18, 1973.

By Marjorie Hillyard

From 1979 WASHINGTON COUNTY ILLINOIS HISTORY 
AULD OLIVER (OLLIE) HOOD
 
84 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
85 Per Narratives of Randolph County, their home was west of Oakdale, Illinois and just north of the first Auld homestead on the ridge. AULD SARAH
 
86 They were of Covenanter faith. They armed east of Oakdale and then later retired to Oakdale near the church.
Per Narratives of Randolph County, Sparta Public Library, Sparta, Illinois 
AULD SARAH JANE
 
87 They lived on the farm of her parents, south of Oakdale, Illinois, per Narratives of Randolph County, Sparta Public Library, Sparta, Illinois. AULD WARD JAMES
 
88 Wm. was installed deacon in Covenanter Church, Oakdale, Illinois November 23, 1915. The sermon text was from I Timothy 3:13. Per Narratives of Randolph County, Sparta Public Library, Sparta, Illinois. AULD WILLIAM KENNEDY
 
89 John Auld born 2/22/1783 died 11/9/1842, married 12/17/1807. Mary Forsythe born in Pa. 3/8/1782 died 4/1/1862. They had 3 sons and 2 daughters. John and Mary Auld moved to Rich Hill Twp. Muskingham Co. Ohio.

Their son James Auld born 6/28/1824 in Va. died 1/1/1901 very suddenly at home of is daughter, Mrs. Jane Boyd. James married 2/17/1848 Sarah Reynolds born 9/12/1829 died 2/1/1890 at the family home west of Oakdale, Illinois where Harold Auld now lives.

James and Sarah Reynolds Auld had 2 daughters and 3 sons. Lessie Auld, Jane Auld, William R. Auld, John Auld, Oliver Auld.

William Reynolds Auld born 11/21/1853 died 3/14/1939 married 12/26/1878 Margaret Louisa Kennedy born 3/15/1852 died 4/4/1923.

They had 2 daughters and 2 sons. Eleanor T., Ada S., W. Kennedy, Ward J. Auld, born 12/21/1894 died 9/1/1955, married 3/21/1917 Jane Piper, born 1/30/1896. Ward and Jane Auld had 3 sons and 1 daughter. The names and dates of these are included in the Robert Piper line.

It was thtrough Sarah Reynolds Auld's family line that there was Revolutionary War service.

By Mrs. Jane Auld

From1979 WASHINGTON COUNTY ILLINOIS HISTORY


After they married they lived on a farm two miles west of Oakdale, Illinois, which they purchased and where all their children were born. Later in life they bought a place in Oakdale, Illinois, where they both died. He was for years a school director, a farmer and later a director in the Venedy Insurance Company. They both liked music and they sang in the church choir for some time and attended a singing school.
Per Narratives of Randolph County, Sparta Public Library, Sparta, Illinois.
 
AULD WILLIAM REYNOLDS
 
90 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
91 IGI, Germany, Film or Fiche nubmer: 1051761, Kirchenbuchduplikat, 1815-1874 Evangelische Kirche Hullhorst (Kr. Lubbecke)
Christening: January 5, 1834, Hullhorst, Westfalen, Prussia, Germany 
AUSSIEKER ANNE MARIE LOUISE
 
92 IGI, Germany, Film or fiche number: 1051761, Kirchenbuchduplikat, 1815-1874 Evangelische Kirche Hullhorst (Kr. Lubbecke)
Christening: September 04, 1836, Hullhort, Westfalen, Prussia, Germany
Marriage record: Book 4 (1853-1862), Certificate 181.
Frederick Kreeman Louisa Ausieker, licence Dec. 10, 1857, marriage Dec. 27, 1857, Pastor T. Schmeiser. 
AUSSIEKER LOUISE (ANNE MARIE LOUISE)
 
93 Dixie was a nurse by profession. She graduated from the University of Washington with a B.S.N. degree. BAHNSEN DORINE MARGARET
 
94 Children:Some, unknown. BAILEY NELDA MAE
 
95 Mrs. Charlottte Krueger died Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Casper Finke, in North Prairie at the age of 87 years. Deceased was born in 1827 in Germany and in 1835 emigrated to this country. In 1848 she was married to Henry Krueger, who preceded her in death in 1889. She leaves three children, Mrs. Casper Finke, Mrs. Mike Schmidt and a son, John, of Texas, 23 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the German M. E. Church in North Prairie, Rev. Lotz officiating, assisted by Rev. Miller. Interment was made in the adjacent cemetery.
She was confirmed in the Lutheran Church. 
BAKHAUS CHRISTINE (CHRISTINA) CHARLOTTE (BACKHAUS)
 
96 Per Larry Herrin:
!Jacob was believed to be a soldier with the Dutch West India Co. 
BALCK JACOB
 
97 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE: Mormon Ancestral File (1987), "Descendants of Richard Ball", CD-ROM
24 Oct 1991.

!MARRIAGE: Heck, E. L. (1927). "Colonel William Ball of Virginia", page 39,
Newgate, London.

Married to Elizabeth Rogers or Romney in England 1675, d/o William Romney.
(traveled back to England often while he was young). 
BALL JOSEPH
 
98 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE: Mormon Ancestral File (1987), "Descendants of Richard Ball", CD-ROM
24 Oct 1991. 
BALL RICHARD
 
99 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
100 Per Larry Herrin:
!LINEAGE:
Creecy, John Harvie (1954). "Virginia Antiquary" Vol. I. Princess Anne
County Loose Papers 1700-1789. Dietz Press: Richmond, VA Page 31 & 32.

!Marriage: Oaks, Flossie (1957). "Our Gastineau Family". 
BANNISTER ANNE
 

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