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Silent Windmills: Ancestry of Neva Viola Ross

by Margaret Sherman Lutzvick
Gateway Press, Baltimore, MD
Copyright 2004


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UPDATES from ongoing research:

page 66, 4.1.7John Miller Daily married Ruth Elizabeth Gosney, born July 23, 1852 in MO. She was daughter of William W. Gosney and Susanna A. Corn. John and Elizabeth are buried among family in Memorial Park Cemetery in Kansas City, MO. Included buried there are their son Albert and his wife Lula May (Miller) Dailey, Albert and Lula's children Clifford Dailey and Marj (Dailey) Brennan and her husband John Brennan. John's  Dailey's gravestone is inscribed as, "John M. Dailey." 

In immediate family records the name Dailey has appeared as Dailey, Daley, Daily, and  Dealy.  If looking at gravestones, it's Dailey from John M. Dailey to the present, and Dealy before that.

Information and the following pictures were graciously  provided by Olin Karch.

 

John Miller Daily

Front Row: John Miller Dailey and Ruth Elizabeth (Gosney).  Back row: John William Dailey, Albert Adams Dailey, and on the right are Sarah Susan Elizabeth (Dailey) and her husband Matthew Meyers.

page 108, second line, 4.4.1.6 Charles. E. Ross. Charles married Belle Carter who was born in KY. They had at least one son, Ernest Hampton Ross, who married Dorothy Artman of Colville, WA. Dorothy descended from Mayflower ancestor Stephen Hopkins. Source is Brian Ross who is a descendant of Charles E. Ross. Note the middle name of Ernest Hampton Ross is the surname of his grandmother, Rosanna Hampton Ross.

page 131, A June 2004 trip to the Hamner Genealogy Room in Ironton, Ohio shed further light on the early Lynd families of that area. It was learned that John Davidson Lynd was not ancestor John Lynd who married Betsey Pancake, but instead was the son of our John's brother William Lynd. There was much Lynd information found in the library that adds to what is found in the book.

pages 139-151, Tipton family:

As noted in the book, our family descends from three different Tipton brothers who were the sons of Jonathan Tipton I. The Ross family line descends from Jonathan Tipton II and is included in the book, while the Sherman family line descends from Jonathan's brothers Thomas and William Tipton. Following is the Sherman lineage from Jonathan Tipton I to James Clark Sherman.

Direct Descendants of Jonathan Tipton I to James Clark Sherman

1 Jonathan Tipton I b: about 1659 Jamaica d: 1757 Maryland

+Sarah Pearce  d: Abt. 1707 m: Abt. 1692 Maryland  Father: William Pearce  Mother: Elizabeth Anderson

First Tipton Family Line:

 2  THOMAS TIPTON b: April 08, 1693 Anne Arundel County, MD d: Aft. 1763 Baltimore County, MD             

+Sarah Unknown d: Aft. 1756 Baltimore County, MD m: October 05, 1716 Baltimore, MD

 

3 John Tipton b: July 16, 1727 Baltimore County, MD d: November 18, 1808 Madison County, KY

+Martha Murray b: November 26, 1726 d: November 07, 1802 m: February 18, 1746/47  Father: Jabez Murray   Mother: Mary Wheeler

 

4  Jabez Murray Tipton b: November 17, 1754 Baltimore County, MD d: December 25, 1818 Madison County, KY             

+Rebecca Lemon d: 1787 Father: Alexis Lemmon

 

5  [2] Alexis Lemmon Tipton b: March 04, 1786 Baltimore County, MD d: August 19, 1843 Mt. Sterling, Madison County, KY                

+[1] Sarah Lee Tipton  b: August 25, 1786 VA  d: July 12, 1866 Lexington, KY m: 1804 Father: William Tipton Mother: Mary Elizabeth Porter 

 

6 [3] William Lemmon Tipton b: July 25, 1807 Mt. Sterling, KY d: July 10, 1877 Marinsburg, MO            

+[4] Sarah Splawn b: February 22, 1810 SC  d: October 27, 1893 Stoutsville, MO  m: July 24, 1828 Fairfield County, SC Father: William Splawn Mother: Elizabeth Unknown 

 

7 [5] SARAH J. TIPTON b: September 22, 1837 Probably Audrain County, MO d: July 07, 1872 Audrain County, MO

+[6] James R. Brown m: January 16, 1866 

    

8 [7] Amanda Belle Brown b: 1868                       

+[8] Myron Adelbert Sherman Father: Clark Sherman Mother: Lydia Maria Ferris

 9 [9] JAMES CLARK SHERMAN b: April 02, 1904 Endicott, Colfax County, WA d: November 11, 1976 Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County, WA

Second Tipton Family Line:

2 WILLIAM TIPTON b: July 27, 1696                

3  Mordecai Tipton                        

4 William Tipton b: January 01, 1754 Baltimore County, MD d: May 12, 1837 Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, KY            

+Mary Elizabeth Porter b: June 25, 1760 Frederick County, VA d: October 23, 1833 Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, KY  m: Abt. 1774

         

5 [1] Sarah Lee Tipton b: August 25, 1786 VA d: July 12, 1866 Lexington, KY          

+[2] Alexis Lemmon Tipton b: March 04, 1786 Baltimore County, MD  d: August 19, 1843 Mt. Sterling, Madison County, KY m: 1804 Father: Jabez Murray Tipton  Mother: Rebecca Lemon

 

6 [3] William Lemmon Tipton b: July 25, 1807 Mt. Sterling, KY d: July 10, 1877 Marinsburg, MO

+[4] Sarah Splawn b: February 22, 1810 SC  d: October 27, 1893 Stoutsville, MO  m: July 24, 1828 Fairfield County, SC  Father: William Splawn Mother: Elizabeth Unknown

 

7 [5] SARAH J. TIPTON b: September 22, 1837 Probably Audrain County, MO d: July 07, 1872 Farber, Audrain County, MO                

+[6] James R. Brown m: January 16, 1866

       

8  [7] Amanda Belle Brown b: 1868 Audrain County, MO d: 1943 Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County, WA                     

+[8] Myron Adelbert Sherman b: June 9, 1862 Marion, Wayne County, NY  d; March 16, 1947  m: June 15, 1892  Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County, WA  Father: Clark Sherman  Mother: Lydia Maria Ferris

 9 [9] JAMES CLARK SHERMAN b: April 02, 1904 Endicott, Colfax County, WA d: November 11, 1976 Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County, WA     

Sources:  Paul Dean Tipton Genealogy, 1952.

Reverend Ervin Charles Tipton. We Tiptons and our Kin.

Reverend Samuel Jefferson Davis Tipton letters. 1908. 

W. Tipton, OK. Tipton genealogy. 1975     

 page 203, first paragraph. Adalaid Smith and Henry Masterson had eight children. The author did not have this information before publishing.

 page 271, second paragraph, According to proven DAR records, the children  (and their spouses) of James T. Lanman and Sythe Blake Sommers were Elizabeth m John Ephraim Cummins, Sarah m Uriah Cummins, John m Martha Thrasher, Sopha m William Cummings, Nancy,  George L. m 1) Mary[Polly] VanWinkle m 2) Polly Riggs, and James Lanman m 1)Dolly McCullum m 2) Nancy VanDover.

 page 246, last paragraph, Anna Catherine Dau died in Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho.

  page 291, third paragraph.  Gustav and Olga (Gavelstad) Danielson had a son Eddie who was married to Lulu. Eddie, a carpenter, was the oldest son.


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