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Source for date of marriage: Marriages in Wisconsin-Pre 1907, Green County, Volume 4, page 0410

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7/3/02 Spelling from email from friend of grandson, Karen Baldwin

Also, looking at his wife's sisters obituary (Martha Stines) it lists a surviving sister as Mrs. Lou "Elliott"

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1/99 Per Sharon Inskip notes - Buried at Old Dutch Church Cemetery, Indiana.

Jacob STINE SR. (b. in Pennsylvania November 4, 1779 d. November 27, 1857 and buried at Old Dutch Church Cemetery, IN). Married 9 Feb 1802 (NC Marriage Bond) to Magdalena Heilman (b March 27, 1781 d June 5, 1850 and buried at Old Dutch Church Cemetery, IN). April 28, 1812. Jacob STINE bought 200 acres of land for $400 from John Eisenhour, Jr. in Lincoln Co. NC. 200 acres both sides of the fork of the three forks of Liles Creek adjoining George Deal, John Isenhour Sr., Valentine Isenhour, his own and
John STINE Sr. A part of a 300 acre tract granted to Barnet Stamay (#159) on August 7, 1787. From Stamay to John Andrews on July 14, 1789. From Andres to John Aurent by heirship, and from Aurent to John Isenhour on Dec 31, 1810. Witnesses Peter Little & Simon Hoss 1830 Monroe Co, IN census. 1840 Monroe Co, IN census page 248. 1850 Monroe Co IN census page 263. Jacob & Magdalena built the log house which once stood south of the Mount Carmel Cemetery. Later it became the home of John Rufus & Mary Pollyanna Mayse where they lived until death. It was the early home of Andrew M. Vilet.

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1/99 Per Sharon Inskip notes - Buried at Old Dutch Church Cemetery, Indiana.

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See 1830 Monroe County, Indiana census

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I have date of September 30, 1840...Sharon Inskip notes show September 30, 1844

See Monroe County, Indiana 1840 Census

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1/99 Per Sharon Inskip's notes - buried at Old Dutch Church Cemetery, Indiana.

See Monroe County, Indiana 1850 census page 263, 1860 census page 642.

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Sharon Inskip has her death date as 1882.

Also, her notes state 1st marriage to Stephen Alexander on November 15, 1842 (Monroe County,IN Book B,page 40) 2nd marriage feb 5, 1857 (Monroe Co Book 3 page 297) to Eusebius Stine (b. 1815 d.1894 son of Henry Stine and Elizabeth Gross)

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Brother to Barbara?

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1/99 Per Sharon Inskip notes - Henry was in the Mexican War. He died on a river boat somewhere between Louisville, KY and New Orleans, LA.

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Death certificate dates January 11, 1942.
Manteno State Hospital, Kankakee, Illinois of heart disease
Buried Jan. 14, 1942 at Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, Illionois, Row 2,Grave 55, Section 28
Birthplace: Logan County, KY
Birth date: Feb 15, 1875
Occupation: Solicitor in the laundry industry
Father: Samuel
Mother: Martise
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7-26-1992, mom related the following information to me. She found a book at the Allen County Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and she found a story about a Willie Cardwell in Virginia.

(She also stated that our descendent's nickname is also Willie - proper name William). Not sure if this story is about our descendent or not.

In Virginia, there was a Willie Cardwell who lived on a plantation with his wife and 5 children. When the Civil war started, the confederate army came to his home to enlist him in the army. He did not want to join and he and his family hid in the woods behind the house. Then the union army came through and he and his family hid in the woods again until they left. But, they burned the home to the ground. They had nothing left and were poor. The family then moved to Tennessee and then Kentucky.

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From Mom's notes, she believes the Cardwell's lived in North Carolina and moved to West Virginia, then to western Kentucky to get away from British domination in the East.

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William buried at Rosehill Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, Row 2, Grave 55, Section 28.