Terry, Thomas Winters and Susan Akers

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I complied this last year, but as with all work even this work needs to be updated.




Note: Thomas Winters Terry and Susan Akers have 17 children, so this report is long.




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Descendants of Thomas Winters Terry














THOMAS WINTERS4 TERRY (AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born 15 Sep 1805 in Montgomery, VA, USA, and died 04 Sep 1877 in
Montgomery, IN, USA. He married SUSAN AKERS 26 Aug 1837 in Christiansburg, Montgomery, VA, USA, daughter of JACOB AKERS and
RUTH HOWARD. She was born 1813 in VA, USA, and died 09 Nov 1873 in Mill Creek, Montgomery, VA, USA.


Notes for THOMAS WINTERS TERRY:


After the death of his wife Susan Akers, he and a majority of their children moved to Montgomery County, Indiana. He is buried in Ladoga
Cemetery.


TERRY and ALLIED FAMLIES Volume I and II, by Frances Terry Ingmire. A copy in is on file at the Indiana State Library and is only available
for digital copying.





More About THOMAS WINTERS TERRY:


Residence: 1870, Auburn, Montgomery, Virginia


Notes for SUSAN AKERS:


Correspondence from Lottie V. Terry Tvedte to Anna Terry Baumhofer Aug 02, 1957.


Lottie obtain a death record for Susan Akers Terry Nov 9, 1873, cause of death Scrofula, (altho Aunt Meck said it was cancer of the
jaw).


More About SUSAN AKERS:


Residence: 1860, Montgomery, Virginia


Children of THOMAS TERRY and SUSAN AKERS are:


1. OLIVIA V TERRY, b. 01 Feb 1837, Mill Creek, Montgomery, Virginia, USA; d. 29 Mar 1905, Montgomery, IN, USA.


Notes for OLIVIA V TERRY:


Olivia never married and was in the 1900 Census living with her brother, Josephus Terry in Clark Twp., Montgomery County,
Indiana.


Obituary


Death of Alvira V. Terry


Alvira Virginia Terry, was born in Montgomery county Virginia, Feb. ?, 1838, died March 29, 1905 at the home of her brother, Josephus Terry
in Putnam county, Ind. She was 66 years of age. Her last illness began about a year ago and she suffered at times, intensely. At an early age she united with
the Methodist church in Virginia. She retained her membership there and has always been a consistent christian and a lover of her church. She was always ready
to do a kind act and speak a kind word and her constant aim was to do good for those about her. Her life was one of service for others. The funeral service
will be conducted at the Methodist church today at 11 o' clock by H. C. Weston, and interment will be made in Ladoga cemetery.


More About OLIVIA B TERRY:


Residence: 1870, Auburn, Montgomery, Virginia





2. AMERICA TERRY, b. 02 Aug 1839, Montgomery County, Virginia; d. 20 Feb 1917, New Market, Montgomery, Indiana,
USA.


Notes for AMERICA TERRY:


America is often referred to as Aunt Meck. In some notes she is quoted on the family history. She is last found living with her sister Lilly
Brummfield (Broomfield) in Ladoga, Montgomery Co., IN in the 1910 Census. The Census records has her as America Broomfield. She is identified as possible
person in a photo dated 1915 with Mary Jane Turner Terry.


Obituaries for America Terry 02 Aug 1839-20 Feb 1917


Crawfordsville Daily Journal, 22 Feb 1917 pg. 1, col. 2


At the home of her sister Mrs. Missouri Miller, occurred the death of Miss Susan Terry last Tuesday morning. Miss Terry was seventy-six
years old and had only lived here a few months, having lived formerly in Kansas. Short funeral services will be conducted at the home Thursday at ten
o'clock and burial will be in the Ladoga cemetery.


Crawfordsville Daily Journal, 21 Feb 1917, pg. 1, col. 2


NEW MARKET WOMAN CALLED IN DEATH


New Market, Feb. 21 -Miss America Terry, 75 years old, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Missouri Miller, at the this place shortly
before non Thursday. Five sisters and tree brother survive. There are Mrs. Lillie Tressle of Darlington, Mrs. Joel Brookshire of green castle, Mrs. Taylor and
Mrs. Miller of New Market, Miss Katherine Terry of Crawfordsville and Charles Terry of Ladoga, Scott Terry of Roach dale and Joseph of Montana. Funeral
services will be held form the home of Mrs. Miller on Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Burial will be at Ladoga.


Crawfordsville Daily Journal, 01 Mar 1917, pg. 6, col. 4


America Terry.


(Contributed)


Almost four score years were allotted to America Terry, who was born in Montgomery county, Virginia, August 2, 1839, and died February 20,
1917. She departed this life at the home of her sister, Mrs. Missouri Miller, in New Market, where she had gone for a visit about three months and realized her
case was critical, yet hoped to get well. All that loving hands could do was done but of no avail and we had to say goodbye. We know for brothers an sisters at
most it is not long till we can clasp hands on the other shore, if we live faithful an she has lived. Her life was spent in the constant thought of con fort
and welfare of others. "Aunt Meck,," as she was familiarly called, was loved by all who knew her. To brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews it is like
giving up a mother.


Transcribed by N. J. Netter, 26 Aug 2008.


More About AMERICA TERRY:


Residence: 1860, Not Stated, Montgomery, Virginia





3. CHARLES HOWARD TERRY (THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born Oct 1840 in Montgomery County, VA, USA,
and died 15 Aug 1921 in Montgomery County, Indiana, USA. He married LUCY J BORDEN 11 Oct 1868 in Montgomery, Virginia, USA. She was born Feb 1842 in Virginia,
and died 18 Aug 1926 in Montgomery County, Indiana, USA.


Notes for CHARLES HOWARD TERRY:


Obituary can be obtained through the Vigo Public Library in Terre Haute, IN.


More About CHARLES HOWARD TERRY:


Military: 01 Sep 1862, Montgomery, Virginia


Residence: 1870, Auburn, Montgomery, Virginia


More About LUCY J BORDEN:


Residence: 1910, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana


Children of CHARLES TERRY and LUCY BORDEN
are:

i. FLORENCE LORENA MAY6 TERRY, b. 04 May 1865, Montgomery, Virginia, USA; d. 23 Jan 1933, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; m. THOMAS ARNOLD, 02 Feb
1887, Montgomery, Indiana; b. 31 May 1863; d. Oct 1949.


More About FLORENCE LORENA MAY TERRY:


Residence: 1910, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


ii. WILLIAM TERRY, b. Abt. 1867, Montgomery County, Virginia, USA.


iii. TESSIE B TERRY, b. Nov 1869, Montgomery County, Virginia, USA.


More About TESSIE B TERRY:


Residence: 1900, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana


iv. MARY SUSAN TERRY, b. 10 Aug 1871, Montgomery, Virginia, USA; d. 02 Oct 1947, Ladoga, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; m. ADAM WADE BAKER, 02
Jan 1889, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; b. 1874, Virginia.


More About MARY SUSAN TERRY:


Residence: 1910, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana


More About ADAM WADE BAKER:


Residence: 1910, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana


v. LEONARD WINTERS TERRY, b. 12 Apr 1875, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. 08 May 1964, Montgomery County, Indiana; m. CLARA EVERSON, 12
Mar 1902, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; b. 17 Apr 1886; d. 28 Nov 1945, Montgomery County, Indiana.


More About LEONARD WINTERS TERRY:


Residence: 1930, Walnut, Montgomery, Indiana


vi. HOWARD F TERRY, b. 1878, Tennesse, USA; d. 23 Jul 1955, Montgomery County, Indiana; m. IVA MYRTLE, 1914; b. Abt. 1880.


vii. EARL TERRY, b. 06 Mar 1886, Tennessee, USA; d. 15 Feb 1967, Montgomery County, Indiana; m. LAURA PHELPS, 16 Sep 1909, Montgomery,
Indiana, USA; b. 18 Oct 1892.


More About EARL TERRY:


Other-Begin: Owen County


Residence: 1930, Marion, Owen, Indiana


More About LAURA PHELPS:


Residence: 1930, Marion, Owen, Indiana




















4. MARY ANN TERRY
(THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born Nov 1840 in
Christiansburg, Montgomery, VA, USA, and died 11 Oct 1905 in Decatur, IA, USA. She married WILLIAM V COOPER 31 Jan 1871 in Montgomery, Virginia, USA. He was
born 14 Sep 1822 in Montgomery, Virginia, USA, and died 10 Oct 1905 in Leon, Iowa, USA.

Notes for MARY ANN TERRY:


Mary and William moved to Iowa sometime after 1880, in the 1880 Census they are living in Scott Twp., Montgomery County, Indiana


William and Mary are last found in the 1900 Census in Eden Twp., Decatur Co., Iowa. Living in their household is Maude and Marie. Married 31
years, number of children born 9, number of children living 5. George is living next to them.





More About MARY ANN TERRY:


Residence: 1850, District 41, Montgomery, Virginia


Children of MARY TERRY and WILLIAM COOPER are
:

i. WILLIAM THOMAS6 COOPER, b. 19 Sep 1871, Montgomery, Virginia, USA; d. 03 May 1946, Leon, Iowa, USA; m. AMANDA ELLEN
CULBERTSON.


More About WILLIAM THOMAS COOPER:


Residence: 1920, Long Creek, Decatur, Iowa


ii. COLUMBIA ANN COOPER, b. 30 Sep 1875, Montgomery, Virginia, USA; d. 04 Nov 1946, Leon, Iowa, USA; m. CHARLES RUMLEY, 04 Oct 1891; b.
Decatur, Iowa, USA.


iii. GEORGE MILTON COOPER, b. 19 Aug 1876, Ladago, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; d. 24 Oct 1949, Leon, Iowa, USA; m. CORA ANN MOODY, 17 Jan
1898, Goodson, Polk, Missouri, USA; b. 29 Apr 1878, Harrison, Clay, Indiana, USA; d. 02 Oct 1953, Leon, Iowa, USA.


More About GEORGE MILTON COOPER:


Residence: 1920, Leon, Decatur, Iowa


More About CORA ANN MOODY:


Residence: 1920, Leon, Decatur, Iowa


iv. HARRY GORDEN COOPER, b. Dec 1879, Ladago, Montgomery, Indiana, USA.


More About HARRY GORDEN COOPER:


Residence: 1880, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


v. GRACE MAUDE COOPER, b. 25 Sep 1884, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; m. (1) JONES ADAIR; m. (2) STEVEN FRANCIS OWENS.


vi. BESSIE MARIE COOPER, b. 28 Nov 1886, Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; m. GEORGE W OWENS; b. Leon, Iowa, USA.


More About BESSIE MARIE COOPER:


Residence: 01 Jan 1925, Decatur, Iowa


More About GEORGE W OWENS:


Residence: 01 Jan 1925, Decatur, Iowa








5. ELIZABETH TERRY, b. 1841, Montgomery County, Virginia.


Notes for ELIZABETH TERRY:


Elizabeth, is not found after 1880, no death record found.


She may have been a wayward child, if the 1880 Census is her, then she is listed as single, but having children by the name of Robert Terry
born about 1876 and Lilly A Terry born about 1879.


Notes from Eileen Thurman: August 2008


Here are two puzzling entries from the Montgomery County VA records:


Births: Lee (no last name), born 31 Apr 1861; father, John Miles; mother, Elizabeth Miles; person reporting birth, Thomas W.
Terry


Deaths: Lee Terry, died July 1862, of diphtheria, age 1; parents Thomas W. and Elizabeth; father's occupation, miller; born Montgomery
Co VA


I would guess that Elizabeth was Thomas W.'s daughter and that she bore a child to John Miles, who for some reason did not marry her,
though he was expected to at the time of Lee Terry's birth. Perhaps he went off to fight in the Civil War and got killed. What became of Elizabeth is also
a mystery. She is not in the household in the 1870 census.





More About ELIZABETH TERRY:


Residence: 1850, District 41, Montgomery, Virginia


6. JACOB A TERRY
(THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born 13 May 1844 in
Montgomery County, Virginia, and died 23 Jun 1913 in Coatsville, Hendricks, Indiana, USA. He married ARLENA SMITH 27 Aug 1869 in Montgomery, Virginia. She was
born 07 Jan 1840 in Botetourt, Virginia, and died 1920 in Hendricks, Indiana.

Notes for JACOB A TERRY:


Jacob is the first of the family to go to Montgomery County, Indiana. He is in the 1870 Census living in Scott Twp., post office
Ladoga.


Obituary can be obtain through the Gilford Public Library in Plainfield, IN.


More About JACOB A TERRY:


Military: Virginia


Residence: 1850, District 41, Montgomery, Virginia


More About ARLENA SMITH:


Residence: 1880, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


Children of JACOB TERRY and ARLENA SMITH
are:

i. CLYDE HARRY6 TERRY, b. 04 May 1885, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; d. Dec 1967, Coatsville, Indiana, USA; m. GRACE POER; b. 1887,
Indiana.


More About CLYDE HARRY TERRY:


Other-Begin: Hendricks County


Residence: Hendricks CO, Indiana


Social Security Number: 303-09-1464


SSN issued: Indiana


More About GRACE POER:


Residence: 1920, Clay, Hendricks, Indiana


ii. AMANDA A TERRY, b. 1880, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; m. WILLIAM THOMAS MARSHALL, 15 Sep 1896, Hendricks, Indiana; b. 25 Jan 1876,
Pecksburg, Indiana, USA.


More About AMANDA A TERRY:


Residence: 1880, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


iii. WILLIAM H TERRY, b. 1871, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA.


More About WILLIAM H TERRY:


Residence: 1880, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


iv. GEORGE M TERRY, b. 1875, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; m. MYRTLE TERRY; b. 1879, Indiana.


More About GEORGE M TERRY:


Residence: 1880, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


More About MYRTLE TERRY:


Residence: 1900, Clay, Hendricks, Indiana











7. THOMAS BOYER TERRY (THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born 10 Sep 1848 in Mill Creek, Montgomery,
Virginia, USA, and died 26 Jan 1910 in Montgomery County, Indiana, USA. He married MARY ELLEN TEETERS 01 Mar 1874 in Montgomery, Indiana, USA. She was born 03
Dec 1853 in Indiana, and died 23 Nov 1907 in Montgomery County, Indiana, USA.


Notes for THOMAS BOYER TERRY:


Crawfordsville Weekly Journal 26 Jan 1910, pg. 1, col. 7


A WELL KNOWN FARMER DEAD


THOMAS B. TERRY, NEAR LADOGA PASSES AWAY AFTER AN ILLNESS EXTENDING OVER A YEAR


WAS A CONFEDERATE OFFICER


And a Native of Virginia, Where He Was Born Sixty-One Years Ago-Funeral on Thursday.


Special to The Journal.


Ladoga, Jan. 26.- Thomas B. Terry, one of the prominent farmers of Clark Township, died at his home two miles north of this place on Tuesday
night, just a half hour after midnight. He was a patient sufferer with some malady of the stomach for over a year and his death was not unexpected. The funeral
will occur Thursday afternoon at one o'clock at the Christian church, of which he had been a member for nineteen years. The minister in charge will be Rev.
S. G. Smith and the interment will be in the Harshbarger cemetery.


Mr. Terry was a native of Old Virginia, having been born at Christiansburg, Montgomery county, September 10, 1848, his parents being Mr. And
Mrs. Thomas W. Terry. He was a brother of Joseph Terry of New Ross, Scott Terry of Roachdale, Charles and John Terry of Ladoga, and Jacob Terry of Coatsville.
His sisters are Mrs. George Taylor, and Mrs. Lewis Miller of New Market, Misses Kate and America Terry, of Ladoga, Mrs. Dora Curtis of Danville and Mrs. Joel
Brookshire of Greencastle. He was married March 1, 1874, to Mary E. Teeters at Ladoga, who preceded him to the other world. The children who survive him are
Edgar and Charles Terry, of Whitesville, Mrs. Joe Pattison of Linnsburg, Mrs. W. L. Goodbar, Roy, Vora, Ruth, Virginia, Ralph and Ruby of Ladoga. Those who
have died are Ada, Lottie, and Harry.


Mr. Terry was a member of the Masonic order and the Odd Fellows. He was also a confederate veteran, having gone out with the cavalry in
Virginia, where he served as an officer.


Transcribed by N. J. Netter, 02 Sep 2008


More About THOMAS BOYER TERRY:


Residence: 1880, Union, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


More About MARY ELLEN TEETERS:


Residence: 1880, Union, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


Children of THOMAS TERRY and MARY TEETERS are
:

i. TESSORA HORTENSE6 TERRY, b. 21 Dec 1874, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 23 Mar 1952, Chinook, Montana; m. WALTER LELAND GOODBAR, 18 Jan
1897, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; b. Abt. 1871.


More About TESSORA HORTENSE TERRY:


Residence: 1880, Union, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


ii. LOTTIE ISOBELL TERRY, b. 27 Aug 1876, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 29 Sep 1876, Montgomery County, Indiana.


iii. JESSIE EDGAR TERRY, b. 21 Aug 1877, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 01 Jan 1927, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; m. ELVA CLYDE SANDERS FRIEND,
26 Feb 1902; b. 01 Apr 1878, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 27 Feb 1960, Montgomery County, Indiana.


More About JESSIE EDGAR TERRY:


Residence: 1880, Union, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


iv. ROY THEODORE TERRY, b. 07 Nov 1878, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 17 Jun 1917; m. EDNA ANDERSON, Jun 1905; d. 18 Mar 1948.


More About ROY THEODORE TERRY:


Residence: 1880, Union, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


v. CHARLES AUGUSTUS TERRY, b. 01 Dec 1881, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. 20 Dec 1945; m. EDNA BELL THOMAS, 21 Feb 1906; b. 11 Sep
1886.


More About CHARLES AUGUSTUS TERRY:


Residence: 1900, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


vi. ADA BLANCH TERRY, b. 03 Jan 1884, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 25 Dec 1905, Montgomery County, Indiana.


More About ADA BLANCH TERRY:


Residence: 1900, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


vii. THOMAS VORHEES TERRY, b. 29 Sep 1885, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 08 Jun 1970, Montgomery County, Indiana; m. CORA BUSENBARK, 26 Aug
1914, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; b. 08 May 1891, Indiana; d. 30 Jan 1969, Montgomery County, Indiana.


More About THOMAS VORHEES TERRY:


Residence: 1900, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


viii. HARRY LEMUEL TERRY, b. 07 Sep 1887, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 31 Dec 1888.


ix. MARY ELLEN TERRY, b. 25 May 1889, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 29 Jul 1967; m. JOSEPH PATTISON, 24 Feb 1909; b. 21 Apr
1886.


More About MARY ELLEN TERRY:


Residence: 1900, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


x. RUTH SUSAN TERRY, b. 24 Sep 1891, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 1971; m. BRYANT O HOBSON, 24 Jul 1910; b. 24 Oct 1889; d. Nov
1967.


More About RUTH SUSAN TERRY:


Residence: 1900, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


xi. VIRGINIA ETHEL TERRY, b. 18 Feb 1893, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 22 Jul 1967, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.


More About VIRGINIA ETHEL TERRY:


Residence: 1900, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


xii. RALPH WALDO TERRY, b. 01 Apr 1896, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. 11 Oct 1955, New Ross, Indiana, USA; m. ARTA MAY THARP, 08 Sep
1915; b. 30 Jan 1896; d. 09 Apr 1956.


More About RALPH WALDO TERRY:


Residence: 1900, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


xiii. RUBY HESTER TERRY, b. 02 Apr 1897, Montgomery County, Indiana; d. 29 Oct 1918, Montgomery County, Indiana.








8. KATHARINE BLANCH TERRY, b. 08 Sep 1844, Montgomery County, Virginia; d. 24 Jan 1930, Montgomery County, Indiana,
USA.


Notes for KATHARINE BLANCH TERRY:


Obituary


Hold Funeral Rites For Miss Katie Terry


Ladoga, Jan. 28 - The funeral rites for the late Miss Katie Terry, who passed away Thursday evening at the home of her sister Mrs. Missouri
Miller in New Market was held in Ladoga at the Presbyterian church on Sunday afternoon at 1:30. Rev. E. A. Arthur of Crawfordsville had charge of the
services.


Miss Terry was a former Ladoga resident.


A quartet from New Market sang three numbers.


Among those from a distance attending were Mr. and Mrs. Byron Terry, Lee Terry, Mrs. Joe Terry, Mrs. Scott Terry of Indianapolis: Mr. and
Mrs. Bryant Hobson, Mrs. Joe Patterson of Mace. Several relatives were unable to attend the funeral here owning to the funeral of a nephew's wife at
Danville.


Interment was made in the Ladoga cemetery.





Crawfordsville Journal Review, 24 Jan 1930, pg. 8, col. 1


FORMER RESIDENT OF CITY EXPIRES


MISS KATE TERRY, WELL KNOWN WOMAN VICTIM OF UREMIC POISONING


Miss Kate Terry, resident of Crawfordsville and the southern portion of Montgomery county for more than fifty years, passed away at the home
of her sister Mrs. Missouri Miller in New Market, Thursday afternoon at 4:30. Death was due to uremic poisoning, from which the deceased ha suffered at
intervals during the past several months.


Miss Terry was born near Christiansburg, Va., September 8, 1844, coming with her family to this county in 1874. She was a woman of sterling
character and endeared herself to every one with whom she came in contact. Particularly was she a friend of children.


Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Missouri Miller and Mrs. Nickie Taylor of New Market; Mrs. Lillie Tressle, of Darlington, and Mrs. Dora
Curtis, of Terre Haute. She also leaves two brothers, Joe Terry of Ceylon, Minn., and John Terry of Ladoga, besides quite a large number of nieces and
nephews.


Short funeral services, will be held at the Miller home in New Market Sunday noon. The body then will be taken to Ladoga where other
services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday fro the Ladoga Presbyterian church, of which Miss Terry was member since early womanhood. Rev. E. A. Arthur, of
Crawfordsville, will be in charge. Interment will be made in the family lot in the Ladoga cemetery.


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Crawfordsville Journal Review, 28 Jan 1930, pg. 3, col. 1,2,3


OBITUARY


(Contributed)


Keturah Blanche Terry, better known to her people and friends as Katie, or Aunt Kate, was born September 8, 1844, in the village of
Childress Store, Virginia, and departed this life January 24th, 1930, in New Market, Indiana.


Katie was the daughter of Thomas W. and Susan Terry. Like all Virginians she was exceedingly proud of the state of her birth and often
referred affectionately to "The Old Dominion," the place where she was born. She was also proud of her Bible name, Keturah. Childress Store was
situated in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains in the lower Shenandoah Valley and many a child has been charmed by Katie's stories of her early life
in that beautiful country. Sometimes she told of the stirring days of '61, when she watched her brothers march away to join Lee's army, how during the
was Union soldiers cane to the Terry home and were treated with kindness, although the family were 'secesh," and how later she welcomed her brothers
home after the surrender at Appomattox.


In the early seventies, following the death of his wife, Thomas Terry moved to Indiana, settling in the vicinity of Ladoga. The family of
children was large; money was not plentiful, and Katie went to live in other homes to make her way. The Ashby's, Harshbarger's, Huntington's and
other good people of that community received her in their homes.


About 1890 she went to Crawfordsville to the home of the late Rev. Thornton D. Fyffe, who had formerly been pastor of the Ladoga
Presbyterian church. For the span of an ordinary life-time Katie remained in the home of this Minster, sharing in its joys and sorrows. A bond of affection was
created that grew with the years and they loved her as one of the family. And no family ever had a more loyal and devoted friend than they found in Katie
Terry. She was loyal, likewise to her own people always solicitous of their welfare and ready to go them in times of trouble.


She had a gift for making friends readily and it may be truly said that Katie never met a stranger, while her love for children was
boundless. She knew the way to their hearts and they loved her without exception.


Katie was deeply religious, She was remarkably well versed in the Scriptures and quoted from them freely in her daily life. She had the
ability to offer beautiful prayers and did so as the occasion arose.


Early in life she united with the Presbyterian church and for a half century was a faithful member of the Ladago congregation. Although her
work called her away for long periods, Katie remained loyal to her old home church, her mite toward its support. And she was always fond of telling now nobly
his same church came to her aid when she suffered a serious illness many years ago.


No sketch of her life would e complete without reference to the romantic side of her nature. At times she seemed to live in a land for
dreams where all was love and beauty. She had a genuine love of poetry, of music, and a strong passion for flowers of every kind.


Perhaps the finest trait of character that Katie Terry possessed, -and certainly a rare one, was her unfailing charitable attitude toward
her fellow men. She did not look for faults. She ignored them when they existed, or better still sought to cover them up. She looked for the good, and
invariably found it.


Kate Terry has not lived in vain. Those whose lives she touched were enriched, and her memory will be inspiration to many for she spent her
long life in unselfish devotion to others. Surely no finer tribute can be paid to and one. The judgments of old friends and neighbors carry weight when an
estimate is being place upon a human life that has ended. Many of Katie's old acquaintances had this to say of her "Well if anybody ever went to
Heaven it surely was Katie."


Of worldly riches Katie had almost none, nor did she crave any. She met her obligations and managed for the small amounts that came to her
hand to build a fund so that her death would bring expense to no one. But money, as such, was never either a concern or a consideration with Katie. She lived
with perfect faith in God, and a firm belief that the righteous are never forgotten. One of her favorite songs was the old hymn "The Child of the
King." and those who knew her best will never forget how Katie would sing this old song, her kindly face lighting up with a sweet and trusting
smile


"My father is rich in houses and lands.


He holdeth the wealth of the world in His hands;


Of rubies and diamonds, of silver and gold.


His coffer are full-He has riches untold.


A tent or a cottage, O why should I care?


He is building a palace for me over there;


Though exiled from home, yet still I may sing


All glory to God-I'm a Child of the King."


Transcribed by N.J. Netter 27 Aug 2008


More About KATHARINE BLANCH TERRY:


Residence: 1850, District 41, Montgomery, Virginia








9. JOHN HARDIN TERRY (THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born 22 Nov 1849 in Montgomery,
Virginia, USA, and died 27 Aug 1937 in Montgomery, Indiana, USA. He married MARY JANE TURNER 17 May 1876 in Montgomery County, Virginia, USA, daughter of JAMES
TURNER and SARAH BISHOP. She was born 19 Sep 1855 in Montgomery County, Virginia, USA, and died 27 Mar 1945 in Montgomery County, Indiana, USA.


Notes for JOHN HARDIN TERRY:


He worked as a blacksmith.


Notes from the family states, that he was a waterboy in the civil war.


Obituary-(source most likely Ladoga newspaper)


Death of John H Terry


John Harden Terry, 87 years old, last surviving Civil war veteran in Clark township, died last night of his home near Ladoga. He was born
November 22 1849, in Montgomery county, Virginia.


Mr. Terry was the son of Thomas and Susan Terry and had been a resident of this community many years. He was united in marriage May 17,
1876, to Mary Jane Turner, also a native of Montgomery county, Virginia.


Mr. Terry's death occurred at 10:30 o'clock Friday night at the family home at the south edge of Ladoga. He had been ill the past
two years and death was caused by the infirmities of age.


Mr. Terry served with the Confederate army during the conflict between the states. While a resident of this community he operated a
blacksmith shop.


Surviving are the widow, and eight children, Mrs. Pearl Bymaster, Mrs. Nellie Clark, Mrs. Grace Mangus, and Paul Terry all of Ladoga; Mrs.
Anna Baumhofer, Mrs. Fred Van Devanter, and John Terry all of Indianapolis, and Harien Terry of Logansport.


Funeral services for Mr. Terry were held Monday afternoon at two o'clock at the Gottachall Funeral Home in charge of Rev. A.W. Roshrig,
pastor of the Methodist Church.


Two songs were sung, "Nearer My God to Thee" and "Sweet Bye and Bye" by Ava and Eva Terry of Logansport, accompanied by
Juanita Berryman.


The beautiful tribute of flowers were carried by Mrs. Janet Kern, Elizabeth, Sarah and Ava Mangus, Nancy Baumhofer, Violet Terry, Jane
Louise Mangus, Helen Miller and Mary Lou Clark.


Pall bearers were Clifford Terry, Harden Terry, Gerald Bymaster, Richard Bymaster, Orville Clark and Cedric Mangus.


Interment was made in Ladoga cemetery.


Indianapolis News


CIVIL WAR SOLDIER DIES NEAR LADOGA


John H. Terry, age 87, Native of Virginia, Served in Confederate Army


LADOGA, Ind., August 31 (Spl.)


John Harden Terry, age eighty-seven, last civil war veteran in Clark township, is dead at his home near Ladoga. He was born November 22,
1849, in Montgomery county, Virginia.


Mr. Terry served with the Confederate army. He is survived by his widow and eight children: Mrs. Anna Baumhofer, Mrs. Fred Van Devanter and
John Terry all of Indianapolis: Harian Terry, of Logansport; Mrs. Pearl Bymaster, Mrs. Nellie Clark, Mrs. Grace Mangus and Paul Terry all of Ladoga.








More About JOHN HARDIN TERRY:


Military: 23 Sep 1862, Virginia


Residence: 1910, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


Notes for MARY JANE TURNER:


Letter of Introduction To Tom Bremerman (possible local radio personality)


written by Anna Terry Baumhofer


Dear Tom Bremerman,


I am presenting an old lady who I hope you will consider as a good neighbor. She will be 90 years old on Sept. 19 (this month). She had a
family of 9 children and in addition to raising them, doing all of her work she had time to help her neighbors. She has helped bring a large number of children
into the world and on one occasion helped deliver one neighbor's child and walked across fields to help at another's birth. Another time she took a 6
month old baby and nursed it along with one of her own. She has helped lay out the dead many times. Now she is old and hasn's been very well since last
spring, but a week doesn't go by but some relative or old neighbor's child, now grown, comes to see her and usually with some gift and talks over old
times. Such as "Aunt Jane" I remember the home made bread and butter or the cookies you gave us to eat. She was always willing to lend what she had
in her home or of her time. Mr. Bremerman I present my Mother, Mrs. Mary Jane Terry # 1 Ladoga Ind.


Sincerely, Mrs. Anna Baumhofer


Hand written Obituary


Mary Jane Turner was born Sept. 19-1854 in Montgomery Co. Va. She was married to John Hardin Terry, May 17, 1876 at Christiansburg Va. They
came to Montgomery Co. Ind. in June and lived in and near Ladoga the rest of their lives. To this union 9 children were born. One daughter Olive Riley
preceding her in death several years ago. Mr. Terry died Aug. 27 1937. Survivors are eight children, Mrs. Pearl Bymaster, Mrs. Anna Baumhofer, Mrs. Gwen Van
Devander and John Terry all of Indianapolis, Hulan Terry of Logansport and Mrs. Grace Mangus, Mrs. Nellie Clark and Paul Terry all of Ladoga. In addition, she
is survived by 33 grandchildren 29 great grandchildren and 4 great-great grand children of who seven grandsons and two great grandsons are in the armed
services.


"Aunt Jane Terry" as she was affectionally was called was well known to a great many people young and old. She had an alert mind
and a keen interest in all the happening around her. Her many acts of kindnesses thru her long life will be remember by many. She became a member of the
Methodist when she was 18 years old and affiliated with the Ladoga Church around the year 1880. Her belief in God as her heavenly Father was an abiding faith
thru out her life and a strong arm in her last sickness.


Life we have bee long together


Thru bright and storming weather


Tis hard to part when friends are dear


Perhaps it will bring a sigh, a tear.


Then take thine own time, give little warning


Say not good night, but in some fairer clime


Bid us good morning.


In family notes of Robert Terry, son of John Milton:


John and Mary came up to Indiana from Virginia after they had married. They traveled by a covered wagon. One night while traveling a hard
rain came up. There was a lot of mud and this made their progress very slow. Mary Jane told of looking back the next night and could see the last nights
camping place. Mary Jane said that after that she never looked back because this made her feel sad.


Oral History from Janet Sue Kern:


Anna Baumhofer would take Janet Kern with her to Grandma Terry's for a weekend or visit. Janet remembers her having no electricity or
running water. She had a wood stove that had a reservoir for hot water. She used oil lamps for light. One time Janet Kern played with the oil lamps and made
soot on the lamp chimneys. Then she went out to play and when she got back, Grandma Terry had her wash all of her oil lamps. Janet never played with the lamps
again.


She was offered by her children several times to put in electricity, but she never wanted it. The only "modern" item she had was a
radio that ran off a car battery.


Mary Jane Terry's Home was just north of the Railroad tracks in Ladoga, Indiana. On the day of her funeral the Train stopped by her
home. A sign of respect for her.


More About MARY JANE TURNER:


Residence: 1910, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


Children of JOHN TERRY and MARY TURNER are
:

i. PEARL DESILEE6 TERRY, b. 29 Jul 1877, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. 03 J un 1973, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana; ; m. JAMES
OLIVER BYMASTER, 25 Nov 1896, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; b. 08 Feb 1872; d. 06 Jun 1929.


ii. NELLIE MAY TERRY, b. 29 Jan 1879, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. 1975; m. CHARLES ARTHUR CLARK, 14 Dec 1896, Montgomery, Indiana,
USA; b. 14 Oct 1875, Indiana, USA; d. 20 Feb 1954.


iii. PAUL DELACEY TERRY, b. 17 May 1881, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. 21 Jan 1969; m. LENNIE PEARL ROBBINS, 31 Mar 1901, Montgomery,
Indiana, USA; b. 29 Dec 1881; d. 24 Oct 1950.


iv. OLLEVA SUSAN TERRY, b. 17 Dec 1883, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. 25 Dec 1924, Indianapolis, IN; m. WILLIAM T RILEY, 01 Jul 1904,
Montgomery, Indiana, USA; b. 28 Dec 1876, Indiana, USA; d. 1931, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.


Notes for OLLEVA SUSAN TERRY:


Obituary


Death of Mrs. William Riley


Olive Susan Terry, daughter of John H. and Jane Terry, was born in Ladoga, Ind., Dec. 17, 1882, and died, Dec. 25, 1924, aged 41 years and
eight days. She was united in marriage to William T. Riley, June 1, 1904. At an early age she united with the Ladoga Christina church, later moving her
membership to the Morris St. Church of Christ, Indianapolis, serving it faithfully until death. During these years she filled the following offices of the
church and Sunday School, teacher of Beginners, supt. of Primary Department for several years, president of the Missonary Society for several years, president
of the Calendar Circle for two years, a member of the Choir and of the Sterling Ladies Quartette, a deaconess, and at the time of her death was chairman of the
Board of Deaconesses.


The service at the home were conducted by Dr. Morro, professor in Bible History in Butler College and the College of Missions, who is the
minister of the Morris St. church at this time. Miss Lola Raver sang, Abide With Me, Mrs. Riley's favorite hymn. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Railway
Trainmen held a short service.


Mrs. Riley leaves her husband, parents Mr. and Mrs. John Terry, of Ladoga, three brothers Paul and Hulan of Logansport, John of
Indianapolis, five sisters Mrs. Chas. Clark, Mrs. Frank Mangus, of Ladoga, Mrs. Pearl Bymaster, Mrs.Harry Baumhofer, and Mrs. Fred Van DeVander all of
Indianapolis. This is the first break in the family chain of father, mother, nine children, thirty grandchildren and four great grand children.


She served her Master faithfully. "And they shall see his face and His mane shall be in their foreheads"


IN MEMORIAM


RILEY- in loving memory of Mrs. W. T. Riley, who passed away Dec. 25, 1924.


Oft I think of you, dear wife, And my heart is sad with pain: Oh, this world would be heaven, Could I hear your voice again. You wore a
crown of patience, As you struggled on and on, A faithful one, so kind and true, Dear wife, how I long for you.


-Husband


Deaths


Olive Susan Riley, 41 years, 1718 W. Morris carcinoma.





More About OLLEVA SUSAN TERRY:


Residence: 1920, Indianapolis Ward 14, Marion, Indiana


Notes for WILLIAM T RILEY:


William worked for Belt Railroad as an engineer. His ledger documents events of the day from 3/17/1913 to 3/11/15. Notes on the 1913 Flood,
the birth of Velma Janet Baumhofer, men who were killed by accidents, the start of WWI, deliveries to Kingen Meat Packing Plant, and social calls to families
and friends.


William and Olive did not have any children.


More About WILLIAM T RILEY:


Other-Begin: Indianapolis


Residence: 1920, Indianapolis Ward 14, Marion, Indiana


v. GRACE ARMINTA TERRY, b. 11 Nov 1886, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. 03 Jul 1957; ; m. FRANK D MANGUS, 16 Feb 1910, Montgomery,
Indiana; b. 20 May 1882, Indiana, USA; d. 16 Jul 1970.


More About GRACE ARMINTA TERRY:


Residence: 1910, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana


More About FRANK D MANGUS:


Residence: 1910, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana


vi. VELMA ANNA TERRY, b. 06 Dec 1888, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; d. 08 Aug 1966, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, USA; m. HARRY JAMESON
BAUMHOFER, 25 Nov 1908, Marion, Indiana, USA; b. 11 Apr 1883, Indianapolis, Marion, IN, USA; d. 02 May 1926, Indianapolis, Marion, IN, USA.


More About VELMA ANNA TERRY:


Residence: 1910, Indianapolis Ward 14, Marion, Indiana


Social Security Number: ###-##-####


SSN issued: Indiana


Notes for HARRY JAMESON BAUMHOFER:


1913 Flood in Indianapolis, he and his Uncle Otto and Bill Reily built a boat or boats and helped rescue people from their flooded
homes.


Indianapolis 1926


MAN HIT BY PLANK IN SERIOUS CONDITION


Harry Baumhofer 42, of 1231 McLain Street, was severely injured about the head yesterday afternoon, when a heavy plank fell on him while he
was working at Forty-fifth and Meridian Streets. Other employees of H.L. Simons, contractor, for whom Baumhofer was working, said that the plank fell from the
first story of a new building being erected. Baumhofer was taken to City hospital where condition is said to be serious.


HURT BY FALLING BOARD


Harry Baumhofer, 1231McClain street, a carpenter, was injured seriously Friday afternoon when he was struck on the head by a piece of board
sawed off by another workman above him while he was working on a house at Forty-fifth and Meridian streets. He was taken to a physician's office where
first aid was given him and he then was taken to the City hospital. It was said his skull was fractured Motor Policemen Schley and Long
investigated.


Obituary


HARRY J. BAUMHOFER


Harry J. Baumhofer, 43 years old, a carpenter, died at his home, 1231 South Richland street, yesterday following an illness of several
weeks. He was a member of Indianapolis Lodge No. 669, F. and A. M. Sahara Grotto and the Odd Fellows. Surviving are the widow, Anna Baumhofer; two daughters,
Janet and Nancy Baumhofer, and a sister Mrs. Bert Okey, Funeral services at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Interment in Crown Hill cemetery will be
private.


BAUMHOFER- Harry Jameson, beloved husband of Anna Baumhofer and Father of Janet and Nancy Baumhofer, son of Henry and Nancy Baumhofer and
brother of Mrs. Bert Okey, departed this life Sunday May 2, at 12 noon, age 43 years. Funeral at residence, 1231 S. Richland at Tuesday May 4, 2 p.m. Burial
Crown Hill Cemetery. Funeral and burial strictly private.





More About HARRY JAMESON BAUMHOFER:


Other-Begin: Indianapolis City


Residence: Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana


vii. JOHN MILTON TERRY, b. 15 May 1891, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. 01 Dec 1950; m. ELIZA M TURNER, 30 Sep 1919; b. 26 Jul
1893.


More About JOHN MILTON TERRY:


Other-Begin: Indianapolis


Residence: 1910, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


More About ELIZA M TURNER:


Residence: 1920, Indianapolis Ward 1, Marion, Indiana


viii. HULAN TERRY, b. 13 Apr 1894, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; ; m. BESSIE MAE BLANTON, 30 Apr 1914; b. 02 Sep 1893; d. 22 Oct
1985.


More About HULAN TERRY:


Other-Begin: Parke, Parke


Residence: 1930, Clinton, Cass, Indiana


More About BESSIE MAE BLANTON:


Residence: 1930, Clinton, Cass, Indiana


ix. BANEVA GWEN TERRY, b. 14 Aug 1896, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; d. 03 Apr 1978; m. FRED VANDEVANDER, 23 Jun 1920, Marion, Indiana;
b. 1893, West Virginia, USA; d. 16 Mar 1962.


More About BANEVA GWEN TERRY:


Residence: 1910, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


More About FRED VANDEVANDER:


Residence: 1930, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana





10. HULDAH JANE TERRY (THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born 29 Mar 1850 in Montgomery, Virginia, USA,
and died 17 Dec 1893 in Montgomery County, Indiana, USA. She married JOSEPH F RICE. He was born Mar 1849 in Indiana, USA.


Notes for HULDAH JANE TERRY:


Huldah obit may be at the Montgomery Co. Public Library in Crawfordsville, IN.


Look under Vital Stat., there is a obit listed for a H. J. Rice.








More About HULDAH JANE TERRY:


Residence: 1850, District 41, Montgomery, Virginia


Child of HULDAH TERRY and JOSEPH RICE is
:

i. RUTH M6 RICE, b. 12 Jul 1892, Montgomery.





11. NICKIETIE EMELINE TERRY, b. 07 Mar 1853, Montgomery County, Virginia; d. 18 Mar 1931, Montgomery, IN, USA; m. GEORGE
TAYLOR, 27 May 1875, Montgomery County, Indiana, USA; b. Jan 1825, Virginia.


Notes for NICKIETIE EMELINE TERRY:


Crawfordsville Journal Review, 18 Mar 1931, pg. 9, col. 7


AGED WOMAN IS CALLED TO REST


MRS. NICKIETIE E. TAYLOR 68, EXPIRES AT NEW MARKET HOME


New Market, March 18.-Mrs. Nickietie E. Taylor, widow of Geo. M Taylor and one of the best known residents of this community died at her
home here Wednesday morning at four o'clock. Death followed a serious illness of three weeks.


The deceased was born near Christiansburg, Va., on March 7, 1853, the daughter of Thomas and Susan Terry. She was united in marriage to
George M. Taylor, a veteran of the was with Mexico, on May 5, 1875. She came to Montgomery county two years later and had resided in the home in which she died
since that time.


Mrs. Taylor who was known to everyone as "Aunt Nickietie" had a wide acquaintance and was admired by the entire community for her
sterling character. She was an active member of the New Market Methodist church.


The survivors are three sisters, Mrs. Missouri Miller of New Market, Mrs. Lillie Tressle, of Darlington, and Mrs. Dora Curtis of Terre Haute
and two brothers, Joseph Terry of Ceylon, Minn. And John Terry of Ladoga. Another sister died about a year ago.


The funeral services will be held at the New Market Methodist church Friday afternoon at 1:00 o'clock in charge of the Rev. Keiser.
Burial will take place in the Indian Creek cemetery.


Transcribed by N. J. Netter, 27 Aug 2008


More About NICKIETIE EMELINE TERRY:


Residence: 1870, Auburn, Montgomery, Virginia





12. MISSOURI TERRY
(THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born 29 Sep 1857 in
Montgomery County, VA, USA, and died 31 Jan 1946 in Montgomery, IN, USA. She married LEWIS E MILLER 27 May 1875 in Montgomery, Indiana, USA. He was born Dec
1855 in Virginia, USA, and died 18 Dec 1900 in New Market, Indiana, USA.

Notes for MISSOURI TERRY:


Crawfordsville Journal Review 31 Jan 1946, pg. 9, col. 5


Missouri Miller, New Market, Dies


New Market, Jan. 31-Mrs. Missouri Miller, 88 years old, a resident of Montgomery county most of her life, died Thursday morning at her home
in New Market. She had been ill the last month with infirmities of age.


Born Sept. 29, 1857, at Christiansburg, Va., a member of a pioneer Virginia family, she married Lewis E. Miller of Montgomery county May 23,
1875. She was a member of the New Market Methodist church.


Surviving are three sons, Will and Lambert Miller of New Market, and Harry Miller of near New Market; 27 grandchildren, 27 great
grandchildren and one great great grandchild besides several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a son , and three daughters.


Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the New Market Methodist church with burial at the Harshbarger
cemetery, north of Ladoga. The body will lie in state one hour at the church preceding the rites.


Transcribed by N.J. Netter 28 Aug 2008


More About MISSOURI TERRY:


Residence: 1900, Union, Montgomery, Indiana


More About LEWIS E MILLER:


Residence: 1900, Union, Montgomery, Indiana


Children of MISSOURI TERRY and LEWIS MILLER are:


i. NANNIE M6 MILLER, b. 24 Mar 1876; d. 31 Jan 1944.


ii. HATTIE E MILLER, b. Apr 1879, Indiana, USA.


More About HATTIE E MILLER:


Residence: 1900, Union, Montgomery, Indiana


iii. WILLIAM M MILLER, b. Sep 1880, Indiana, USA.


More About WILLIAM M MILLER:


Residence: 1900, Union, Montgomery, Indiana


iv. LAMBERT LEWIS MILLER, b. 29 Apr 1882, Montgomery, Indiana, USA.


More About LAMBERT LEWIS MILLER:


Residence: 1900, Union, Montgomery, Indiana


v. HARRY C MILLER, b. 29 May 1884, Indiana, USA; d. 1967.


More About HARRY C MILLER:


Residence: 1900, Union, Montgomery, Indiana


vi. MAMIE MILLER, b. 31 Dec 1885, Indiana, USA.


More About MAMIE MILLER:


Residence: 1900, Union, Montgomery, Indiana











13. JOSEPHUS TERRY (THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born 06 Jul 1858 in Montgomery County, VA, USA, and
died 01 Jan 1941 in Winnebago, MN, USA. He married SARAH LOUISE VAN CLEAVE 22 Jun 1885 in Crawfordsville, Indiana, USA. She was born 19 Jul 1865 in Newmarket,
Indiana, USA, and died 14 Feb 1945 in Winnebago, Minnesota, USA.


More About JOSEPHUS TERRY:


Residence: 1880, Scott, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


Children of JOSEPHUS TERRY and SARAH VAN CLEAVE are
:

i. BYRON OSCAR6 TERRY, b. 15 Feb 1886, Indiana, USA; d. 03 Nov 1955, Oregon, USA.


ii. ERNEST LEE TERRY, b. 23 Aug 1887, Indiana, USA; d. 03 Feb 1971.


iii. JOSEPHUS LLOYD TERRY, b. 02 Oct 1888, Ladoga, Indiana, USA; d. 31 Mar 1966, Mar Winnebago, Faribault, Minnesota, USA.


iv. FRANK TERRY, b. 01 Apr 1891, Hendricks, Indiana, USA; d. 17 Dec 1939, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; m. RACHEL PICKEL.


v. GLENN TERRY, b. 12 Oct 1892, Montgomery, Indiana, USA.


vi. LOTTIE TERRY, b. 18 May 1894, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; d. 24 Feb 1969, Dolliver, Iowa, USA.


vii. MOSS L TERRY, b. 21 Sep 1896, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; d. 14 Apr 1979.


viii. SWAN TERRY, b. 08 Nov 1900, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; d. 22 May 1919, Montgomery, Indiana, USA.


ix. CALVIN TERRY, b. 22 Sep 1903; d. 18 Nov 1966, Tipton, Indiana, USA.


x. SAMUEL RAYMOND TERRY, b. 05 Mar 1905.


xi. BENJAMIN TERRY, b. 13 Dec 1910, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; d. 13 Jan 1911, Montgomery, Indiana, USA.











14. ANNA HARRIETT TERRY
(THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born 22 Apr 1860 in
Montgomery County, VA, USA, and died 02 Apr 1926 in Montgomery, IN, USA. She married JOEL L BROOKSHIRE 07 Apr 1889 in Montgomery, Indiana, USA. He was born 15
Apr 1859, and died 13 Nov 1927.

Notes for ANNA HARRIETT TERRY:


Obituary


Death of Mrs. Joel Brookshire


Mrs Joel Brookshire, well known and much beloved resident of Greencastle, died at the hospital in that city. Friday April 2, 1926, after a
long illness of tuberculosis of the skin. She had been at the hospital about ten days.


Barbara Ann Terry, daughter of Thomas and Susan Terry, was born in Montgomery county, Virginia, April 23, 1860, moving with her parents to
Ladoga when 16 years of age. Her life since then had been spent in this vicinity.


On April 7, 1889, she was united in marriage to Joel Brookshire, and started housekeeping at Roachdale. About 22 years ago they moved to
Greencastle where they have since lived. To this couple were born two sons, Quay Brookshire of Cleveland, Ohio, and Swan Brookshire of Great Falls, Montana.
Mrs. Brookshire joined the Christian Church at Ladoga when a young woman, later transferring her membership to Greencastle, where she was an active and
faithful worker as long as her health permitted. She was a lover of children and it had been her custom to distribute cookies among the poor children of
"Commercial Row" Greencastle, and a touching tribute to her memory were the flowers bought by the pennies of these poor children. Besides the husband
and sons she is survived by three brothers, Joseph Terry of Minnesota, Scott Terry of Indianapolis, and John of near Ladoga, five sisters, Mrs. Missouri Miller
of New Market, Mrs. Lillie Tressie, of Darlington, Mrs. Nicky Taylor of New Market, Mrs. Dora Curtis of Terre Haute, and Miss Kate Terry of Crawfordsville.
Brief funeral services were held at the late home at Greencastle, Sunday, in charge of Rev. Marshall, of the Christian church of that place. Mrs. Young of
Greencastle, sang "Beautiful Isle," and gave prayer. The body was then brought to Ladoga Christian Church, where the last services were given. A
quartet composted of Mrs. Grant Rose, Mrs. Cline Graybill, Mark Shackelford and Rev S. G. Smith sang, "God Will Take"


More About ANNA HARRIETT TERRY:


Residence: 1880, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana, United States


More About JOEL L BROOKSHIRE:


Residence: 1900, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana


Children of ANNA TERRY and JOEL BROOKSHIRE are:


i. SIDNEY QUAY6 BROOKSHIRE, b. 02 May 1891, Parkersburg, Indiana, USA; d. 26 Jan 1969, Cleveland, Ohio, USA.


More About SIDNEY QUAY BROOKSHIRE:


Residence: 1910, Greencastle, Putnam, Indiana


ii. SWAN D BROOKSHIRE, b. 10 Dec 1894, Montgomery, Indiana, USA; d. 21 May 1968.


More About SWAN D BROOKSHIRE:


Residence: 1900, Clark, Montgomery, Indiana





15. WINFIELD SCOTT TERRY
(THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born May 1863 in
Montgomery County, Virginia, and died 01 Mar 1928 in Charlotte, Livingston, Illinois. He married IDA COMB GRAY 19 Jun 1900 in Montgomery County, Indiana,
USA.

More About WINFIELD SCOTT TERRY:


Residence: 1860, Montgomery, Virginia


:


i. BEN6 TERRY, b. Aft. 1900.


ii. WARREN TERRY, b. 24 Jun 1901, Indiana; d. 04 Aug 1963.


iii. RUTH EUGENE TERRY, b. 28 Aug 1902, Indiana.


iv. WILFRED CARL TERRY, b. 19 Nov 1904, Indiana; d. 31 Jan 1971.


v. IRENE LAVON TERRY, b. 11 Jul 1906, Indiana; d. 13 Jan 1998, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.


vi. LOUIS CLAY TERRY, b. 24 Jun 1908, Indiana; d. 1908.


vii. SYNTHIA EVA TERRY, b. 14 Aug 1909, Indiana; d. 09 Nov 1990, Indiana; m. HOWARD KANE.


viii. JOHN T TERRY, b. 26 May 1911, Indiana.


ix. CALLIE BERNICE TERRY, b. 08 Feb 1913, Indiana; d. 16 May 1960.


x. MARY G TERRY, b. 14 Mar 1916.





16. LILLIAN HOWARD TERRY (THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born 01 Sep 1865 in Montgomery County,
Virginia, and died 1940 in Montgomery County, Indiana. She married (1) J EDWARD BRUMFIELD 01 Sep 1886 in Montgomery County, Indiana, USA. He was born 1856, and
died 1895. She married (2) ELIJAH TRESSEL 18 Jun 1912 in Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana. He was born Abt. 1847 in Ohio.


Notes for LILLIAN HOWARD TERRY:


Lillian may not be the biological child of Thomas and Susan. In the 1870 Census she is listed as Lilly Howard living in the Terry household.
It is assumed she a Niece of Susan, Susan's mother Ruth maiden name is Howard.


Crawfordsville Daily Journal 19 Jun 1915, pg. 5, col. 5


Married at Indianapolis


Tuesday morning at Indianapolis at the home of Rev. A. S. Buchannon in Indianapolis, occurred the marriage of Mrs. Lillie Brumfield of
Ladoga and Elijah Tressel of Terre Haute. The bride has taught school for a number of years in Clark township and her many friends will be glad to wish her
well. The groom is a farmer and resides in Terre Haute. The couple will go directly to Terre Haute after their wedding trip is over.


Crawfordsville Journal Review 25 Sep 1940, pg. 6, col. 4


MRS. TRESSEL, DARLINGTON, DIES


COUNTY WOMAN, ILL TWO WEEKS WITH PNEUMONIA EXPIRES


Darlington, Sept. 24-Mrs. Lillie Howard Tressell, 75, native of Montgomery county, Virginia, died at 6:50 o'clock Tuesday night at her
home here, She had been ill two weeks with pneumonia.


Born Sept. 1, 1865 the deceased was the daughter of Thomas and Susan Terry. She was married twice, first on Sep1, 1886 to James Edward
Brumfield, and following his death to Elijah Tressell of Terre Haute, on June 18, 1912. Mrs. Tressell was a member of the Presbyterian church.


Surviving are one daughter Mrs. Clarence Crumm of Darlington; a son Walter Brumfield of near Danville, Ind., a grandson Billy Crumm of
Darlington; two sisters, Mrs. Missouri Miller of New Market and Mrs. Dora Curtis of Terre Haute, and one brother, Joe Terry of Winnebago, Minn.


Funeral services will be held at one o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home in Darlington, with burial at the Ladoga
cemetery.


Crawfordsville Journal Review 28 Sep 1940, pg. 3, col. 4


Tressel Funeral Is Held at Darlington


Darlington, Sept. 28- The funeral services of Mrs. Lillie Brummfield Tressell who passed away at her home in Darlington Tuesday evening,
September 24, following a two weeks illness with pneumonia, was conducted at the home on Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Rev. Ora McDaniel, of Advance, a
former pastor of the local Christian church assisted by the Rev. C. P. Strawmyer pastor of the Congregational Christian church was in charge of the
service.


Mrs. Husted Peterson and Mrs. Joe Booher with Mrs. Glenn Carson accompanist sang, "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Sometime
We'll Understand."


Thos assisting with the flowers were Mrs. Dan Hampton, Mrs. I. W. Vannice, Mrs. Glenn Pickering, Mrs. Floyd Crumm, Mrs. Joe Pattison, Mrs.
Emery Moffitt, Mrs. Henry Lidikay and Mrs. Charles Williamson.


The pallbearers were Floyd Crumm, Frank Williamson, Joe Pattison, Vorie Terry, Byron Terry and Charles Williamson. Burial was made at the
Ladoga cemetery.


Transcribed by N.J. Netter 28 Aug 2008


Children of LILLIAN TERRY and J BRUMFIELD are:


i. WALTER KLINE6 BRUMFIELD, b. 04 Aug 1887, Ladoga, Montgomery, Indiana; m. NORA, 1913, Indiana; b. Abt. 1892, Indiana.


ii. FRED BRUMFIELD, b. 1889, Indiana; d. 1906.


iii. MABEL BRUMFIELD, b. 20 Sep 1893, Indiana.





17. DORA B TERRY
(THOMAS WINTERS4, AARON BURR3, JOSIAH2, JASPER1) was born Mar 1870 in Montgomery
County, VA, USA. She married HENRY C CURTIS 16 Mar 1888 in Hendricks, Indiana, USA. He was born Aug 1859 in Indiana, USA.

Notes for HENRY C CURTIS:


Based on the following records, Dora's parents are William Terry and Elizabeth Howard and not Thomas W. Terry and Susan
Akers.


Hendricks Co. Indiana Marriage Records at www.hendcogen.org/data.html


WPA Index to Marriage Supplements in Hendricks County, Indiana (1882-1920)-


Surname First Father Mother Sex Race Age Date Book Pg.


Terry Amanda Jacob Orlerne Smith F W 17 Sept 13 1896 28 4


Terry Dora B William Elizabeth Howard F W 20 Mar 6 1888 26 21


Terry George Jacob Orlena Smith M W 22 Mar 15 1896 27 53


Terry Napulda J Thoms Susan Akers F W 36 Oct 23 1890 27 6


Research needs to be done in Montgomery Co. VA, look for Index for Birth and Deaths.


Children of DORA TERRY and HENRY CURTIS are:


i. PEARL6 CURTIS, b. 13 Jan 1895, Hendricks, Indiana, USA.


ii. ERNEST CURTIS, b. 24 Jul 1897, Hendricks, Indiana, USA.


iii. JOSEPHINE CURTIS, b. 26 May 1900, Hendricks, Indiana, USA.


iv. GERTRUDE CURTIS, b. 02 Jun 1892, Hendricks, Indiana.


v. CURTIS, b. 02 Dec 1888, Hendricks, Indiana, USA.





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Joined: 21 Oct 2008, 18:03

22 Oct 2009, 15:43 #2

Totie.......




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JTTerry
Joined: 15 Mar 2012, 20:27

15 Mar 2012, 20:27 #3

Totie,
My name is Jonathan Thomas Terry and I am a grandson of Wilfred Carl Terry, son of Winfield Scott Terry.  I can't begin to tell you how grateful I am to yourself and all Terrys who labored and compiled this geneaology and family history.  As my grandfather passed three years prior to my birth, details beyond his marriage to my grandmother and their immediate family, were sketchy and always seemed out of reach.  I am a fiercely proud Hoosier and Terry, in spite of my lack of knowledge and details regarding our past.  At this point, I am going to focus my attention on tracking down Francis Terry Ingmire's "Terry and Allied Families, Vol. I and II" and soak up as much as I possibly can thanks to your much appreciated diligence in sharing our family history.  Take care, much obliged, and I hope to share and hear more about our geneaology and family history.
Jon
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hoosierbeth
Joined: 27 Oct 2008, 00:02

18 Mar 2012, 03:27 #4

Jon,Welcome!!

I am a fiercely proud Hoosier as well along with Totie!! Its great having Hoosiers around Image



I am relaying a message to you from our friend Totie. Her computer has a virus at this time, but she will be back to the group in a few days, to contact you. She called me tonight (I live up in Northern Indiana and she is downstate) to tell me to get on the board and ask you to email her.
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Totie
Joined: 26 Oct 2008, 13:54

20 Mar 2012, 12:40 #5

JTTerry! Thanks for your reply!! Please bear with me, our PC chrashed and my husband is been working on getting us back and running on our regular PC. I am using his laptop which is slow.



Do you have a picture of Winfred Scott Terry?? I have photo that I think it may be of him and his family. When I am back on line with the regular PC, I will post it here.



I am very excited to meet someone from Winfred's family. I descend from his brother John Hardin. I am in contact with someone who descends from Thomas Boyers and one who descends from Missour Miller. The one who is from Missouri is not very active.



If you live in Indiana, you will find Frances Ingmire's book at the Indiana State Library. Just a warning you probably will not find much on Winfred Scott Terry in that book. However, it is a good source for finding his and your ancestors going back to William Terry.
"These puzzles are from life, with all the ambiguity of life's complications. They are never so easy as to insult us." - Ruth L. Douthit
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