Latimer Generation 5
Generation No. 5
90. George5 Latimer (William4, George3, George2, Arthur1) was born August 02, 1837 in Blooming Grove twp. Richland Co., Ohio, and died 1908 in Bloomingrove Twp., Richland Co., Oh. He married Euphemia Maden 1860 in Blooming Grove twp. Richland Co., Ohio, daughter of Alexander Maden and Susannah Crawford. She was born 1837 in Blooming Grove twp. Richland Co., Ohio, and died 1892 in Blooming Grove twp. Richland Co., Ohio.
Notes for George Latimer:
Taken from History of Richland County, pgs 1020, 1021.
"George Latimer, who is successfully engaged in agricultural pursuits in Butler township, was born in Richland county, Ohio, August 2, 1837, a son of William and Nancy (Wilson) Latimer, the former a native of Washington county, Pennsylvania, and the latter of Westmoreland county, that state......Their family numbered seven children, namely: Elizabeth J., of Iowa; George; John, deceased; Wilson, who has also passed away; Mary E., the wife of James Huston, of Ohio; Margery, who is the wife of John Gilger and makes her home in this county; and William S., also a resident of Richland county.
George Latimer acquired his education in the public schools and remained under the parental roof until he had attained his majority. After his marriage he was successfully engaged in the operation of a rented farm for seventeen years, on the expiration of which period he purchased the place of one hundred and three acres on section 13, Butler township where he still resides. He has placed many substantial improvements on the property, and in addition to the work of general farming makes a specialty of stock-raising. He has long been well known as one of the substantial and enterprising agriculturists of the community and as one whose success is entirely the result of his own well directed labor and capable management. Owned and farmed 103 acres, Sec. 13, Butler Twp.
When twenty-three years of age Mr. Latimer was united in marriage to Miss Euphemia Maden, whose birth occurred in Blooming Grove township in 1837. Her parents were Alexander and Susan (Crofford) Maden, the former a native of Beaver county, Pennsylvania, and the latter of Maryland. They are both now deceased. Mrs. Latimer was one of a family of three children, and by her marriage became the mother of four: William A., who has passed away; Martha Jane, at home; J.W. residing in Weller township; and Mary, the wife of Elza Martin. In 1892 Mr Latimer was called upon to mourn the death of his wife. Her remains were interred in the Blooming Grove cemetery." The article continues, saying he is a stanch democrat, is active in that political party, served as trustee and member of the school board, attends Methodist Episcopal church.
More About George Latimer and Euphemia Maden:
Marriage: 1860, Blooming Grove twp. Richland Co., Ohio
Children of George Latimer and Euphemia Maden are:
119 i. William A.6 Latimer, born Unknown; died Unknown.
120 ii. Martha Jane Latimer, born Unknown; died Unknown.
121 iii. J.W. Latimer, born Unknown; died Unknown.
+ 122 iv. Mary Latimer, born 1867 in Bloomingrove Twp., Richland Co., Ohio; died 1950.
92. Elizabeth Jane5 Latimer (William4, George3, George2, Arthur1) was born December 19, 1836, and died April 19, 1911 in Rose Hill, Iowa. She married Samuel Clark Warden March 09, 1852 in Richland Co., Ohio, son of John Warden and Sarah Smith. He was born April 18, 1819 in Stark Co., Ohio, and died April 22, 1894 in Rosehill. Iowa.
Notes for Elizabeth Jane Latimer:
Will Book "E" pps. 241, 242.
Last Will and Testament of Elizabeth J. Warden.
I, Elizabeth J. Warden, of Rose Hill, Mahaska County, Iowa, do make this, by last Will and Testament, setting aside all former Wills, do hereby devise and bequeath all my property both personal and real, and instruct, advise and command that disposition shall be made of the above mentioned propery, at the time of my death, as follows, to-wit:
I first instruct that my daughter Clara A. Warden, if then living shall
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as aforesaid, but in event that the above described note and mortgage shall have been paid prior to my death, then my daughter Anna R. Lister shall receive, in lieu thereof THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($300.00) in cash, and in event of settlement by the note as above mentioned there shall be no interest collected on said note after the date of my death.
After my funeral expenses are paid, and my two daughters Clara A. and Anna R., have been paid the amounts as set forth above, then the remainder of all my property shall be equally divided among my four (4) children, and without prejudice to Clara A., and Anna R., on account of their having received the compensations for their fidelity and service as above mentioned, said children being named as follows:
Anna R. Lister, Clara A. Warden, Ella S. Ferrel, and James L. Warden, and my son James L., who is now owing me two certain promissory notes of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) each, to-wit; one bearing date of April 20, 1906, and the other October 16, 1903, these notes, together with the interest accrued thereon till the date of my death, if said notes shall at that time be still unpaid, shall deduct from his share of the estate, and should said share not be equal to the amount of said notes and interest thereon, then my administratrix shall collect from him the difference between his share and the amount of said notes.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand this 22nd day of March, 1909.
Elizabeth J. Warden, Signed before me and in my presence this 22nd day of March, 1909. F.M. Roberts, Witness, Emma Roberts, Witness.
State of Iowa, Mahaska County; On this Twenty Second day of March, 1909, before me, a notary public, and in for said county, personally appeared Elizabeth J. Warden, to me personally known, who being duly sworn, did say that she is the identical person who executed the foregoing instrument as her last will and testament, and that said instrument was executed as her voluntary act and deed. (Notary Seal) L.A. Busby, Notary Public.
Mahaska County WPA Burial Records show Elizabeth J. Wardin, buried at Rose Hill Cemetery, Wok Twp. Iowa.
Notes for Samuel Clark Warden:
The History of Lee County (Iowa), 1881, describes the history of the Presbyterian Church in Dixon, and states that S.C. Warden was one of the first trustees, 1856. Church records show he was admitted as a communicant, July 14, 1855, received 'on his own profession' (of faith). Under his name was listed Warden, either T. or J., same date, received as a communicant by letter. Under Warden, T. or J., is listed Mrs. Sarah Warden, wife of (unreadable), received as communicant by letter, both dated July 14, 1855. At the end of the record it shows all three Wardens dismissed to Blooming Grove, Ohio, dated September 25, 1865. Church records in possession of Florence.
Mahaska County, Iowa Probate and Records Book C, page 49-50--1893-1901. S.C.Warden, deceased--Executor E.J. Warden 26 May, 1884, as follows: I., S.C. Warden, of Rose Hill, Iowa, being of sound mind and memory, do make and declare this instrument as my last WILL and Testament.
First, it is my WILL that all just debts be paid.
Second, I will devine (sic) and bequeath to my beloved wife, Elizabeth Jane Warden, all my personal property of whatever class or kind that I may die seized or possessed of. Also, I Will to her the following Real Estate property situated in Mahaska County Iowa to wit; West half (1/2) of the North East quarter (1/4) of Section ten (10) Township seventy-five (75) Range Fourteen (14).
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West 5th PM also any other lands or Real Estate that I may die Seized of, my intention being to give to her said Real Estate in fee simple, and absolutely and I do this without making any provisions for my beloved children James L. Warden, Sarah Ellen Ferrall, Annie R. Lister and Clara A. Warden, knowing that their mother said Elizabeth Jane Warden will be just to them. Should she die possessed of any of the property received under the provisions of this my Will.
Third. I name and appoint the said Elizabeth Jane Warden as Executrix of this my Last Will and direct that no bond be required of her as such.
Executed this 26th Day of May, 1884. Signed S.C.Warden.
Ben McCoy, G.C. Morgan, J.B. Bolton.
State of Iowa; Mahaska County; I, F.E. Smith, Clerk of the District Court of Iowa in and for said county hereby certify that the above instrument of writing was on this day duty admitted to Probate and ordered to be recorded as the Last Will and Testament of S. C,. Warden, deceased.
Witness my hand and seal of said Court this 11th day of May, A D 1894, F.E. Smith, Clerk
Photo in Whissemore Collection, Ohio Genealogical Society, 1876
Mahaska County WPA Burial Records show Samuel C. Wardin, born April 15, 1819, died April 22, 1894, buried in RoseHill Cemetery, Wok Twp., Iowa
Marriage Notes for Elizabeth Latimer and Samuel Warden:
Marriage recorded Vol. 6, page 108, Richland Co., Ohio, March 9, 1852
More About Samuel Warden and Elizabeth Latimer:
Marriage: March 09, 1852, Richland Co., Ohio
Children of Elizabeth Latimer and Samuel Warden are:
123 i. James L.6 Warden, born April 25, 1854; died Unknown. He married Kate A. Staffer; born Unknown; died Unknown.
Notes for James L. Warden:
Lived at Dale's Center, Iowa. Was a teacher.
+ 124 ii. Sarah Ellen Warden, born August 14, 1856 in Dixon, Ill.; died February 05, 1938 in Ness City, Kansas.
125 iii. William H. Warden, born November 10, 1860; died July 07, 1882 in Rose Hill, Iowa.
Notes for William H. Warden:
William Warden was said to have died at the age of 22 of "inflamatory rheumatism" Mahaska County WPA Burial Records show William H. Wardin buried age 21 years on July 07, 1882 in RoseHill Cemetery, Wok Twp., Iowa
126 iv. John Wilson Warden, born January 17, 1862 in Dixon, Illinois; died August 1865 in Dixon, Illinois.
Notes for John Wilson Warden:
Mahaska County WPA Burial Records show John W. Wardin buried near Dixon, Illinois, August, 1863, at age l year. Rose Hill, Wok Twp., Iowa. Presbyterian Church records for Dixon show John Wilson Warden, baptised July 12, 1863, parents S.C. Warden and Eliz. L. Warden.
127 v. Anna Rosette Warden, born September 24, 1864 in Dixon, Illinois; died 1924 in Rose Hill, Iowa. She married Joseph Lister December 27, 1882; born 1853; died 1923 in Rose Hill, Iowa.
Notes for Anna Rosette Warden:
Mahasak County WPA Burial Records show Anna R. Lister, born 1864, died 1924, buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Wok Twp., Iowa.
Presbyterian Church of Dixon, show Baptism for Anna Rosette Warden, born 1864, baptised June 25, 1865, Gr. Sarah Warden.
Notes for Joseph Lister:
Mahaska County WPA Burial Records show Joseph H. Lister, born 1853, died 1923, in Rose Hill, Iowa.
More About Joseph Lister and Anna Warden:
Marriage: December 27, 1882
128 vi. Clara A. Warden, born November 07, 1866; died 1933 in Rose Hill, Iowa.
Notes for Clara A. Warden:
Mahaska County WPA Burial Records show Clara A. Wardin born 1866, died 1933, Rose Hill, WOK Twp., Iowa
93. John5 Latimer (William4, George3, George2, Arthur1) was born March 16, 1840 in Richland Co., Ohio, and died Aft. 1894 in Mercer Co., Ohio. He married Emily Stevenson January 07, 1869 in Richland Co., Ohio, daughter of John Stevenson and Jane Grimes. She was born November 22, 1844 in Richland Co., Ohio, and died Unknown.
Notes for John Latimer:
From Vol. I, Biographical History of Mercer County:
"John Latimer is one of the most prominent and successful of the farmers of Black Creek township, Mercer County, Ohio. He was born March 16, 1840, in Richland county and is the son of William and Nancy (Wilson) Latimer.
John Latimer, like his father before him, was brought up on a farm in Richland county, and beside securing a good education and a knowledge of farming, also learned the trade of carpenter, which trade he followed exclusively until his marriage, and afterward he followed his trade in connection with farming.
"After his marriage Mr. Latimer lived in Richland county on his farm until 1871, when he removed to Mercer county and purchased his present property. His present residence he erected in 1884, and built a large barn in 1887. This barn was destroyed by fire in 1893, causing his a loss of $2,000. In 1894 he erected his present barn. Politically Mr. Latimer is a democrat and has served as justice of the peace for five years. He is also a member of the school board; was a charter member of Shiloh Lodge, No. 158, I.O.O.F. of Richland County, and is a charter member of Rockford lodge. Mr. Latimer has at the present time one of the best farms in the county, which is saying a good deal, for there are many excellent farms in Mercer county, containing, as it does, so much rich land. His buildings are of modern style and arrangement, and well adapted to the uses for which they were designed; and Mr. Latimer is at the same time a most public-spirited and progressive man. Always on the lookout for improvements, he is sure to detect them when they are first made, and is as ready to adopt anything that shows itself to be an improvement as to continue on with what is good until it is actually superseded by something known to be better."
More About John Latimer and Emily Stevenson:
Marriage: January 07, 1869, Richland Co., Ohio
Children of John Latimer and Emily Stevenson are:
129 i. Charles6 Latimer, born February 22, 1870; died Unknown.
130 ii. Effie Latimer, born November 25, 1871; died Unknown. She married Frank Morrison; born in Black Creek Twp.; died Unknown.
Notes for Effie Latimer:
Lived in Black Creek Twp.
131 iii. Lenora Latimer, born March 06, 1874 in Richland Co., Ohio; died Unknown. She married Frank Springer; born Unknown in Black Creek Twp.; died Unknown.
95. Margery Ann5 Latimer (William4, George3, George2, Arthur1) was born February 26, 1847 in Blooming Grove twp. Richland Co., Ohio, and died May 06, 1925 in Shiloh, Richland Co., Ohio. She married John Gilger March 30, 1876 in Blooming Grove twp. Richland co., Ohio, son of Jacob Gilger and Phoebe Dick. He was born October 16, 1836 in Blooming Grove Twp. Richland Co., Ohio, and died November 22, 1916 in Shiloh, Richland Co., Ohio.
Notes for John Gilger:
Was a shoemaker in Shiloh. Was postmaster in Shiloh under President Buchanan. Was a furniture maker and undertaker and farmer in Blooming Grove twp. Served for three terms as township trustee.
Vol. I Biographical History of Mercer County pg. 405, states his name is Gilder.
See Centennial Biographical History of Richland Co., pps. 574-575.
His Will, dated July 23, 1914, probated November 28, 1916, listed as heirs: Myron M. Gilger, son; Jennie Vaughn, daughter; George A. Gilger son; Ella Moser, daughter; Orley, child of Delbert; Donald, child of Delbert; Margery, daughter of Delbert. The last three entries appear to be residing in Gary, Indiana. No mention of Anna Gilger, probably deceased without issue.
More About John Gilger and Margery Latimer:
Marriage: March 30, 1876, Blooming Grove twp. Richland co., Ohio
Children of Margery Latimer and John Gilger are:
+ 132 i. George Allen6 Gilger, born December 05, 1877 in Blooming Grove Twp. Richland Co., Ohio; died December 26, 1939 in Greenwich, Ohio.
+ 133 ii. Ella E. Gilger, born September 24, 1881 in Bloomingrove Twp., Richland Co., Ohio; died 1967 in Shiloh, Ohio.
98. John Warden5 Latimer (George4, Robert3, George2, Arthur1) was born May 11, 1848, and died Unknown. He married Eleanor Shefield November 30, 1870. She was born Unknown, and died 1880.
Notes for John Warden Latimer:
From: History of Richland Co., Ohio, by A. A. Graham 1807-1880.
"John ( Warden) Latimer entered the service of his country during the late rebellion, before he was quite 17 years of age; was a member of the drum corps in the 18th O.V. I. He is now Professor of Writing and Drawing in the public schools of Newark, Ohio."
More About John Latimer and Eleanor Shefield:
Marriage: November 30, 1870
Children of John Latimer and Eleanor Shefield are:
134 i. George J.6 Latimer, born Unknown; died Unknown.
135 ii. Hugh S. Latimer, born Unknown; died Unknown.
136 iii. Nellie W. Latimer, born Unknown; died Unknown.
137 iv. Clark W. Latimer, born Unknown; died Unknown.
Notes for Clark W. Latimer:
He is listed in Mansfield City Directory for 1883-84, as a student, living at 110 W. Bloom.
100. James Parkinson5 Latimer (George4, Robert3, George2, Arthur1) was born July 10, 1853, and died Unknown in Newark. Ohio. He married Fanny Smith April 30, 1880. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.
Notes for James Parkinson Latimer:
Was a Medical Doctor in Mansfield
More About James Latimer and Fanny Smith:
Marriage: April 30, 1880
Child of James Latimer and Fanny Smith is:
138 i. Lillie6 Latimer, born Unknown; died Unknown.
103. John Latimer5 Steele (Margaret4 Latimer, Robert3, George2, Arthur1) was born March 21, 1826 in West Brookfield, Stark Co., Ohio, and died Unknown. He married Margaret M. Christman January 09, 1852 in Stark Co., Ohio, daughter of Henry Christman and Susan Bash. She was born January 16, 1836 in Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania, and died Unknown.
More About John Steele and Margaret Christman:
Marriage: January 09, 1852, Stark Co., Ohio
Children of John Steele and Margaret Christman are:
139 i. James H.6 Steele, born Unknown; died Unknown.
140 ii. William Steele, born Unknown; died Unknown.
141 iii. Ida Steele, born Unknown; died Unknown.
113. John5 Latimer (William St. Clair4, James3, George2, Arthur1) was born December 04, 1845 in Mifflin Twp., Ashland Co., Ohio, and died January 02, 1929 in Wolf Lake, Indiana. He married Martha Helena Ward. She was born October 23, 1853 in Richland County, Ohio, and died January 08, 1931 in Wolf Lake, Indiana.
Children of John Latimer and Martha Ward are:
+ 142 i. Sarah Jane6 Latimer, born March 08, 1882 in Noble Twp., Noble County, Indiana; died November 02, 1974 in Avilla, Indiana.
143 ii. Minnie E. Latimer, born 1872; died Unknown. She married Oliver Eyer; born Unknown; died Unknown.
144 iii. William Ward Latimer, born June 26, 1880; died Unknown.
115. William St. Clair Jr.5 Latimer (William St. Clair4, James3, George2, Arthur1) was born April 13, 1851 in Richland County, Ohio, and died November 15, 1935 in Ashland Co., Ohio. He married (1) Emma Budd. She was born December 14, 1867, and died 1954. He married (2) Mary Neely 1877 in Richland Co., Ohio. She was born March 20, 1855, and died August 21, 1894.
Marriage Notes for William Latimer and Mary Neely:
Marriage rites performed by D.D.T. Mattison at the McNulty House, Ashland, Ohio
More About William Latimer and Mary Neely:
Marriage: 1877, Richland Co., Ohio
Children of William Latimer and Emma Budd are:
145 i. Martha6 Latimer, born October 23, 1901; died Unknown. She married (1) Ralph Stone; died Unknown. She married (2) Ben Pruitt; died Unknown.
146 ii. Pauline twin Latimer, born Private. She married Lester Stentz Private; died Unknown.
More About Lester Stentz and Pauline Latimer:
147 iii. Paul twin Latimer, born Private. He married Deena Seaman Private; born Private.
More About Paul Latimer and Deena Seaman:
Children of William Latimer and Mary Neely are:
148 i. Walter6 Latimer, born May 22, 1879; died 1926. He married Lottie Jarvis; died Unknown.
+ 149 ii. Clarence C. Latimer, born July 27, 1881 in Ashland Co., Ohio; died January 25, 1962 in Ashland Co., Ohio.
150 iii. Grace Latimer, born March 19, 1887; died 1972. She married E.E. Echleberger; died Unknown.