Amis

Descendants of Wiley Horton Amis

The Origin of the Amis Family of Owsley County, Kentucky

Compiled by Sherry Baker Frazier with added notes from Dallas Fox, Lewis Baker, The Isatori Family and the Eversole Family and John Paul Amis

Generation No. 1

1. Horton was born Bef. 1812. He had a child with Katherine Bowling, daughter of James Bowling. She was born May 10, 1776 in Hawkins, TN.

Notes for Horton:

It was reported that Mr. Horton was killed in a horse race just before their only child, Wiley Horton, was born . This boy grew up with the other children of Katie and was known as Wiley Amis. Bige Gilbert, on redbird in Clay County, Kentucky, a well-to-do farmer who had married a sister to Katie Bowling, took this boy Wiley Amis (Horton) and reared him.

Notes for Katherine Bowling:

Also Married to Captain John Amis who was shot and killed during the Cattle Wars on the Witness stand by Joe Elkins

Then married to Robert Julius Bob Baker

Wiley grew up in the Home

Child of Horton and Katherine Bowling is:

+ 2 i. Wiley Horton2 Amis, born 1812; died September 27, 1882 in Searcy, Arkansas.

Generation No. 2

2. Wiley Horton2 Amis (Wiley1 Horton) was born 1812, and died September 27, 1882 in Searcy, Arkansas. He had a child with (1) Lizzie Baker. He married (2) Elizabeth Bowling January 10, 1837 in Clay, Kentucky, daughter of Justice Bowling and Hannah Reed. She was born September 04, 1819 in Clay Co., Kentucky, and died April 17, 1873 in Webster township, Smith Kansas. He married (3) Rachel Estelle Riley Abt. 1875. She was born November 16, 1845 in Perry Co., Kentucky, and died September 13, 1928 in Bent County, Colorado.

Notes for Wiley Horton Amis:

Thomas Horton Amis, Bastard child of Wiley Horton and Lizzie Baker whom he never married.

Wiley Horton grew up with the other children of Katherine and was known as Wiley Amis. Bige Gilbert, on Redbird in Clay County, KY, a well-to-do farmer who had married a sister to Katherine Boling, took this boy and reared him.

Wiley had a bastard child, Tom Amis, by a Baker woman before his marriage to Elizabeth Boling. In 1850 Perry Co., KY census Tom was living with Justice and Hannah Boling.

Robert Amis father was Wiley Horton Amis and Wiley’s mom was Catherine Bolling or Boling and she was married to John Amis but he died before Wiley was born. Then Catherine married (it is questionable that she was married to a Horton) a Horton and he died while she was pregnant with Wiley so she just gave Wiley the Amis name. (Laura Smith)

Wiley moved west with several family members in the early 1870’s. They were involved in a feud with the William “Bill” Strong family in Breathitt County and Perry County, Kentucky. The feud began right after the Civil War and lasted until the early 70’s. After the death of a couple of Wiley’s sons, he moved along with some family members to Kansas. (John Paul Amis)

Notes on Amis children:

The Amis boys were always brave and honorable. Brave fighters, but never a quarrelsome bunch . In the Civil War, Tom Amis was Captain, John 1st Lt. and Wiley 2nd Lt. of the Amis Company of the 14th Kentucky Infantry of the U.S. Volunteers. This company was known throughout the War for bravery. It was made up largely of the Amis’ and their relatives either by blood or marriage.

Squire and David Amis visiting in Buckhorn, Kentucky, in May 1923, found the relatives of theirs and their sister Rachel to be approximately 2350, living in, around and near Buckhorn an d having the following names: Amis-100, Bowling 500 (Clay Co.), Heltons-25, McIntosh-25,Baker-100, Gilberts-100, Gross-50 , Sandlin-100, Barger-200, Horton (Clay)-50, Johnston-500, Riley-500. [signed by A. B. Johns on, May 15, 1923, at Buckhorn, Kentucky in the County of Perry.]

Enlisted as a Lieutenant 2nd Class on 10 October 1862

Commission in Company I, 14th Cavalry Regiment Kentucky on 13 February 1863.

Mustered out Company I, 14th Cavalry Regiment Kentucky on 24 March 1864 in Camp Nelson, KY

More About Wiley Horton Amis:

Census: 1860, Perry Co., Hazard P.O., KY

Education: Could not read or write per 1850 census

Notes for Lizzie Baker:

Wiley was not married to this woman, but fathered a son, Tom Amis with her prior to marrying Elizabeth in 1836.

Marriage Notes for Wiley Amis and Lizzie Baker:

Never married her.

More about Elizabeth Bowling:

Census: 1870, Breathitt Co., KY

Education: Could not read or write per 1850 census

More About Wiley Amis and Elizabeth Bowling:

Marriage: January 10, 1837, Clay, Kentucky

Notes for Rachel Estelle Riley:

Census information: There were several James Rileys and other Rileys in Perry Co., KY 1850 census. I couldn’t find Rachel’s name in them, but other names in the same neighborhood included Boling, Eversole so the location is probably right, possibly the name or dates are wrong.

Obituary:

Mrs. Rachel Amis, for many years a resident of the Arkansas Valley, passed away in this city Thursday, September 13, from the infirmities of her advanced age. Funeral services were held from Powell’s Undertaking Parlors Saturday afternoon, conducted by Rev. G.H. Stuntz, D.D. Interment was in the Las Animas Cemetery.

Rachel Riley was born in Perry County, Kentucky, October 16, 1845, and had she lived until next month, would have been 83 years of age. She received her education as was possible in the schools of her nativity, and in 1876 was married to Wiley Amis, of Kentucky. To this union three children were born: Squire, David and Estelle. She is survived by the two sons, and the daughter, the husband having preceded her in death.

The family moved to Kansas and later to Arkansas where Mr. Amis died in 1881. Mrs. Amis and the children came to Colorado in 1895 and this place has since been their home.

More about Wiley Amis and Rachel Riley:

Marriage: Abt. 1875

Child of Wiley Amis and Lizzie Baker is:

+ 3 i. Captain Thomas3 Amis, born 1835 in Kentucky – Bastard son of Wiley Amis.

Children of Wiley Amis and Elizabeth Bowling are:

+ 4 i. John Horton3 Amis, born 1838 in Perry Co., Kentucky; died October 06, 1870 in PERRY COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

+ 5 ii. Robert Amis, born November 18, 1839; died December 16, 1904 in Stuart, Smith Co., Kansas.

+ 6 iii. William Amis, born 1842 in Perry Co., Kentucky; died Aft. 1861.

+ 7 iv. Alfred Amis, born November 23, 1843 in Perry Co., Kentucky; died June 21, 1870.

+ 8 v. Anderson Amis, born 1846 in Perry Co., Kentucky.

+ 9 vi. Nancy B. Amis, born February 21, 1847 in Perry Co., Kentucky; died April 03, 1878 in Smith Center, Smith, Kansas.

+ 10 vii. Polly T. Amis, born 1850 in Perry Co., Kentucky.

11 viii. Sarah Amis, born September 03, 1852 in Perry Co., Kentucky; died August 03, 1873 in Smith Center, Smith, Kansas.

+ 12 ix. Justice Amis, born 1854 in Perry Co., Kentucky.

13 x. Hannah Amis, born November 08, 1854 in Perry Co., KY. She married Seibert.

Notes for Hannah Amis:

Vida Clack spent 3 months with Aunt Hannah in 1906 or 1907 in Kirksville, MO. She was sent t here to be treated for a swollen gland condition in her neck.

Notes for Seibert:

Mr. Seibert was English and was referred to as “Senator”.

14 xi. James Amis, born August 1857 in Perry Co., Kentucky; died November 30, 1895 in Smith Center, Smith, Kansas.

Notes for James Amis:

Killed in Kansas.

+ 15 xii. Elizabeth Amis, born 1860 in Perry Co., Kentucky.

Children of Wiley Amis and Rachel Riley are:

16 i. Squire3 Amis. He married Rose Thompson.

17 ii. David Amis. He married Luella Simpson.

18 iii. Rachel Amis. She married Fred Bennett.

Generation No. 3

3. Captain Thomas3 Amis (Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1835 in Kentucky – Bastard son of Wiley Amis. He married Lydia Baker. She was born January 28, 1839, and died September 21, 1917 in Smith Co., KS.

Notes for Captain Thomas Amis:

Tom Amis was Captain, John 1st Lt. and Wiley 2nd Lt. of the Amis Company of the 14th Kentucky Infantry of the U.S. Volunteers. This company was known throughout the War for bravery. It was made up largely of the Amis’ and their relatives either by blood or marriage.

Enlisted as a Lieutenant 2nd Class on 13 November 1861

Commission in Company I, 8th Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 30 January 1862.

Resigned Company I, 8th Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 04 February 1862

Enlisted as a Captain on 10 October 1862

Commission in Company I, 14th Cavalry Regiment Kentucky on 13 February 1863.

Mustered out Company I, 14th Cavalry Regiment Kentucky on 24 March 1864 in Camp Nelson, KY

More About Captain Thomas Amis:

Census: 1850, Perry Co., KY – living with Justice Boling

Military service: Bet. 1860 – 1865, Captain 14th Kentucky Infantry of the Union Army

Children of Thomas Amis and Lydia Baker are:

19 i. Jobe4 Amis.

20 ii. Bertha Amis.

21 iii. Sarah Amis, born 1858.

22 iv. Robert Amis, born 1860.

+ 23 v. Jefferson Amis, born 1863 in Owsley Co., KY.

24 vi. Eli C. Amis, born 1866; died in Smith Co., KY.

More About Eli C. Amis:

Military service: Served in Company D, 21st Kansas Infantry during the Spanish American War

25 vii. Peter Amis, born 1868.

26 viii. John G. Amis, born November 08, 1875 in Smith Co., KS; died September 16, 1955 in Smith Co., KS.

4. John Horton3 Amis (Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1838 in Perry Co., Kentucky, and died October 06, 1870 in PERRY COUNTY, KENTUCKY. He married Sarah Eversole July 08, 1856 in Breathitt Co. Kentucky, daughter of William Eversole and Elizabeth Bowling. She was born 1835 in Perry Co., KY, and died May 04, 1904 in PERRY COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

Notes for John Horton Amis:

Tom Amis was Captain, John 1st Lt. and Wiley 2nd Lt. of the Amis Company of the 14th Kentucky Infantry of the U.S. Volunteers. This company was known throughout the War for bravery. It was made up largely of the Amis’ and their relatives either by blood or marriage.

During the Amis-Strong feud (see More About Wiley Amis), John was the leader of the Amis faction. Alfred was killed in June of 1870 and John in October of 1870, both by the Strong family. The death of John Amis basically ended the feud and Wiley and some family moved to Kansas at that time. John and Alfred are buried on a hill on the old Amis famr close to the Buckhorn community of Perry, Co., KY. John Paul Amis and several family members still own the family farm there. (John Paul Amis)

Shot on the foxtrot of his home, bending over to pick up a string of peppers that had blown down in the wind.

More About John Horton Amis:

Census: 1870, Breathitt Co., KY – Farming head of household

Military service: 1865, 1st Lt. Company A, 3rd Battalion, 14th Regiment Kentucky Cavalry

Notes for Sarah Eversole:

Sarah lived with Stephen her son and told of living with her grandmas Bolling who owned 2 laves, and little things that happened there. When the civil war was over and slaves were freed, these slaves didn’t want to leave their Bolling home so they were given a cabin to themselves, a carriage and things to keep house with.

Sarah was a Faith healer. She had the gift of healing prayer. Out of ignorance folks called her a “Charm Doctor” “All I do is Pray” what some people don’t understand has to be Magic you know, Sarah said about herself. This story told by her granddaughter Hazel Baker.

Justina, Hazel’s mother said that she had heard the stories, but it was not until Sally came to spend her last years in their home, that she had any first-hand knowledge of the healing.

One morning Justina was getting breakfast, a man rode his horse into the yard. He had traveled the mountain roads all night, his horse was exhausted. He told Justina is baby was dying with a tumor on its head. Dr’s were no help. Sarah was not up yet, but she overheard his story. She got up and came thru the kitchen, didn’t say a word, but went outside to a little evergreen tree which was her place of prayer. When she came in she told the man, ” I have “doctored on your baby”, so you can go back home but don’t take it to your doctor. I Tell people the patient may get worse before they get better. He was to let her know when he could. Before he got home the child had spasms but began to heal and the tumor disappeared. Justina said “That made a believer out of me”. Sarah died of a stroke.

Information from: Kay Boshoven grandaughter of Hazel Baker Reinhart.

More About Sarah Eversole:

Burial: Eversole Cemetery, Owsley county, Kentucky

Census: 1860, Breathitt Co., KY – keeping house

More About John Amis and Sarah Eversole:

Marriage: July 08, 1856, Breathitt Co. Kentucky

Children of John Amis and Sarah Eversole are:

27 i. Sally4 Amis, born 1870 in Owsley Co. Kentucky.

+ 28 ii. Rev. Will Amis, born January 15, 1857 in Perry Co. Kentucky; died August 19, 1921.

+ 29 iii. Elizabeth Amis, born October 25, 1858 in Owsley County Kentucky; died August 28, 1932 in Owsley County Kentucky.

+ 30 iv. Polly Ann Amis, born June 08, 1861 in Perry Co. Kentucky; died March 10, 1937 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

+ 31 v. Robert Amis, born 1866; died 1948 in Kentucky.

+ 32 vi. Nancy Amis, born 1868 in Owsley County Kentucky; died 1943 in Owsley County Kentucky.

5. Robert3 Amis (Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born November 18, 1839, and died December 16, 1904 in Stuart, Smith Co., Kansas. He married (1) Nancy Bowling, daughter of William Bowling and Rachael Eversole. She was born February 21, 1847. He married (2) Nancy Boling April 27, 1867 in Perry Co., Kentucky. She was born February 21, 1847 in Perry Co., KY, and died April 03, 1878 in Stuart, Smith Co, Kansas.

More About Robert Amis:

Census: 1880, Smith Co., KS p. 446 Household included children: Polly 12, Hannah 9, William 4. Lived next to Anderson Amis family. Occupation-farmer.

Emigration: 1871, Moved to Smith Co., KS and settled on a homestead on Oak creek.

More About Nancy Boling:

Census: 1850, Perry Co., KY aged 4?

More About Robert Amis and Nancy Boling:

Marriage: April 27, 1867, Perry Co., Kentucky

Children of Robert Amis and Nancy Bowling are:

+ 33 i. Polly4 Amis, born June 10, 1868 in Perry Co., Kentucky; died July 02, 1940 in Kingman, AZ.

+ 34 ii. Hannah Amis, born 1871 in Perry Co, KY; died August 22, 1917 in Ionia, Jewell Co., KS.

Children of Robert Amis and Nancy Boling are:

+ 35 i. William Bowlin4 Amis, born March 31, 1876 in Stuart, Smith Co., KS; died August 21, 1923 in Stuart, Smith Co., KS.

36 ii. Woolery Amis, born April 01, 1878 in Webster township, Smith Kansas; died September 09, 1878 in Webster township, Smith Kansas.

6. William3 Amis (Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1842 in Perry Co., Kentucky, and died Aft. 1861. He married Cynthis. She was born 1839.

More About William Amis:

Military service: Died in the Civil War

Children of William Amis and Cynthia are:

37 i. Angeline4 Amis, born 1861.

38 ii. James Amis, born 1864.

39 iii. Hugh Amis, born 1867.

40 iv. Evoline Amis, born 1869.

7. Alfred3 Amis (Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born November 23, 1843 in Perry Co., Kentucky, and died June 21, 1870. He married Mary Polly Boling. She was born 1849 in KY.

More About Alfred Amis:

Census: 1870, Breathitt Co, KY

Military service: 1865, 3rd Sgt US Amry

Child of Alfred Amis and Mary Boling is:

41 i. Nancy4 Amis. She married Justice Begley.

Marriage Notes for Nancy Amis and Justice Begley:

Nancy was widowed when she married Justice.

8. Anderson3 Amis (Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1846 in Perry Co., Kentucky. He married (1) Ester Callahan. She was born February 1854 in Kentucky. He married (2) Sally Johnson Combs.

More About Anderson Amis:

Census: 1880, Farmer in Smith Co., KS He was the next family after Robert Amis so must have been neighbors too.

Children of Anderson Amis and Ester Callahan are:

42 i. Sarah4 Amis, born 1872 in Smith Co., KS.

43 ii. Evalius Amis, born 1874 in Smith Co., KS.

44 iii. Luther Amis, born March 1876 in Perry Co., Kentucky.

45 iv. Lillie B. Amis, born 1878 in Smith Co., KS.

46 v. John Amis, born September 1885.

47 vi. Linda Amis, born April 1888.

48 vii. Willie Amis, born December 1890.

49 viii. Herbert Amis, born July 1894.

Children of Anderson Amis and Sally Combs are:

50 i. John4 Amis, born 1886. He married Dorcas Sandlin in Perry Co., KY.

More About John Amis and Dorcas Sandlin:

Marriage: Perry Co., KY

51 ii. Malinda Amis, born 1888.

More About Malinda Amis:

Adoption: She took them to Sullivan, IN

52 iii. Will Amis, born 1890.

53 iv. Herbert Amis, born 1892.

9. Nancy B.3 Amis (Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born February 21, 1847 in Perry Co., Kentucky, and died April 03, 1878 in Smith Center, Smith, Kansas. She married William Billie Sandlin. He was born 1845.

Child of Nancy Amis and William Sandlin is:

54 i. Anderson4 Sandlin.

10. Polly T.3 Amis (Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1850 in Perry Co., Kentucky. She married John T. Johnson. He was born 1845.

Children of Polly Amis and John Johnson are:

55 i. Greenberry4 Johnson.

56 ii. Justice Johnson.

57 iii. Elizabeth Lizzie Johnson, born 1868.

58 iv. Martha Johnson, born 1869.

59 v. Bob T. Johnson, born 1871.

60 vi. Hannah Johnson, born 1874.

61 vii. Luther Johnson, born 1877.

62 viii. Mary Johnson, born 1879.

63 ix. Edward Johnson, born 1882.

64 x. Asbury Johnson, born 1885.

12. Justice3 Amis (Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1854 in Perry Co., Kentucky. He married Alice Turner.

Children of Justice Amis and Alice Turner are:

65 i. Bob4 Amis.

66 ii. Willie Amis.

67 iii. Marion Amis.

68 iv. Lillie Amis.

69 v. Mary Amis.

15. Elizabeth3 Amis (Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1860 in Perry Co., Kentucky. She married Will Burwell.

Children of Elizabeth Amis and Will Burwell are:

70 i. Charley4 Burwell.

71 ii. Eva Burwell.

Generation No. 4

23. Jefferson4 Amis (Thomas3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1863 in Owsley Co., KY. He married Lydia A. Oliver Abt. 1896 in Owsley Co., KY.

More About Jefferson Amis and Lydia Oliver:

Marriage: Abt. 1896, Owsley Co., KY

Child of Jefferson Amis and Lydia Oliver is:

72 i. John G.5 Amis, born July 1897.

28. Rev. Will4 Amis (John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born January 15, 1857 in Perry Co. Kentucky, and died August 19, 1921. He married Margaret Johnson. She was born 1856, and died 1933.

More About Margaret Johnson:

Burial: Amis Cemetery, Buckhorn Kentucky

Children of Will Amis and Margaret Johnson are:

+ 73 i. Robert5 Amis, born 1880.

+ 74 ii. Alfred Amis, born 1885 in Perry Co. Kentucky; died 1971 in Perry Co. Kentucky.

29. Elizabeth4 Amis (John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born October 25, 1858 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died August 28, 1932 in Owsley County Kentucky. She married Andrew Jackson Baker February 11, 1875 in Breathitt Co KY, son of James

Baker and Sarah Davidson. He was born January 30, 1854 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died April 23, 1937 in Owsley Co., KY.

Notes for Elizabeth Amis:

Betty had a rough life, she endured the death of her father at an early age, (John Amis) and saw her mother become her mother in law.

She also saw the death of her children and grandchildren. As a woman I don’t know how she endured it, her faith in God must have been tremendous. I’m still searching for stories about Betty. But I know I would have loved her dearly.

She died at the age of 74 of Apoplexy and is buried in the Baker graveyard next to her husband on the Crane Fork.

Notes for Andrew Jackson Baker:

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Andrew Jackson Baker lived on the Crane Fork. Have tried unsuccessfully to find his gravestone on the property where he lived, more than likely the logging they have done has buried his gravestone forever. A future trip will be made to find it again. Wife Betty and son Will are also buried in the same place.

Andy took care of his father in the last years of his life, saddened by his father’s indiscretions. My great, great grandpa was the finest of men. Everyone that knew him loved him. Betty and Andy operated a store and Andy also taught school. His grandkids were always excited to see him come. When Betty got older she couldn’t walk so Andy would carry her everywhere they went. He once walked 10 miles in the rain to see one of his children. This tells me of his deep love for his family. He buried several of his children before he died, Will that was killed at his saw mill by explosion in 1907, and saw the death of several of his grandchildren, Fanny that was killed by gunshot in a terrible tragic accident., he told his son Jim who was overcome with grief when his daughter Ethel died, Jim you need to come out of it or not only have I lost a granchild but I’ll lose a son too.

Andy loved the fiddle so much so that he made his own, (it’s still in the family and a beautiful piece of work!!).

My Uncle Charles is the spitting image of my great, great grandpa.

According to his death certificate he died of apoplexy at the age of 83.

It warms my heart and soul to hear stories about Andy and to know of the great emotional trials he endured and conquered.

More About Andrew Baker and Elizabeth Amis:

Marriage: February 11, 1875, Breathitt Co KY

Children of Elizabeth Amis and Andrew Baker are:

+ 75 i. Sarah5 Baker, born 1876 in Owsley Co., Kentucky; died February 12, 1942 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

+ 76 ii. William Baker, born 1877 in Owsley Co., KY; died 1907 in Owsley Co., KY.

+ 77 iii. Abner C. Baker, born February 25, 1880 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

+ 78 iv. Lucy Baker, born April 1882 in Owsley Co., Kentucky; died 1947 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

+ 79 v. James W. Baker, born June 05, 1884 in Owsley County Kentucky; died 1961 in Owsley County Kentucky.

+ 80 vi. Robert Horton Baker, born June 1888.

+ 81 vii. Laura Baker, born January 13, 1891 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

82 viii. Cora B Baker, born November 1894.

Notes for Cora B Baker:

Died at age 12 in 1907

83 ix. John D. Baker, born February 1897.

Notes for John D. Baker:

Died at age one

+ 84 x. Rev Edward Baker, born 1903 in Owsley County Kentucky; died October 20, 1991 in Owsley County Kentucky.

30. Polly Ann4 Amis (John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born June 08, 1861 in Perry Co. Kentucky, and died March 10, 1937 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. She married Shadrach Fox 1877 in COW CREEK, BREATHITT COUNTY, KENTUCKY. He was born December 31, 1855 in BREATHITT COUNTY, KENTUCKY, and died April 18, 1925 in JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

More About Shadrach Fox and Polly Amis:

Marriage: 1877, COW CREEK, BREATHITT COUNTY, KENTUCKY

Children of Polly Amis and Shadrach Fox are:

+ 85 i. George W.5 Fox, born January 05, 1878 in ARKANSAS; died October 28, 1960 in WAYNESVILLE, OHIO.

86 ii. Mary Elizabeth Fox, born December 29, 1880 in ARKANSAS; died March 16, 1881 in ARKANSAS AGE 2-1/2 MONTHS.

87 iii. William Fox, born January 19, 1882 in ARKANSAS; died January 29, 1882 in ARKANSAS.

88 iv. Martha Jane Fox, born December 27, 1885 in ARKANSAS; died November 10, 1917 in JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. She married Tommy Lakes March 25, 1900; born Unknown; died Unknown.

More About Tommy Lakes and Martha Fox:

Marriage: March 25, 1900

89 v. Robert Anderson Fox, born April 14, 1888 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died August 08 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. He married (1) Reva Marcum; born Unknown; died Unknown. He married (2) Martha B. Scott; born Unknown; died Unknown.

90 vi. Sarah Ellen Fox, born July 10, 1890 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died October 02, 1974. She married Charles Baker October 18, 1906 in SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA; born June 1888; died Unknown.

More About Charles Baker and Sarah Fox:

Marriage: October 18, 1906, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

+ 91 vii. James B. Fox, born August 17, 1893 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died September 27, 1973 in CONNERSVILLE, FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA.

92 viii. Isaac A. Fox, born January 27, 1898 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died February 02, 1914 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

+ 93 ix. Albert William Fox, born May 03, 1900 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died July 07, 1970 in MORRESVILLE, HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA.

+ 94 x. Floyd Wade Fox, born November 17, 1903 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, INDIANA; died July 31, 1986 in RICHMOND, INDIANA.

31. Robert4 Amis (John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1866, and died 1948 in Kentucky. He married (1) Esther Baker 1889 in Owsley Co., KY, daughter of James Baker and Sarah Davidson. She was born May 25, 1870 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died February 10, 1932 in Cow Creek, Owsley County Kentucky. He married (2) Martha Spivey 1920.

More About Esther Baker:

Burial: February 11, 1932, Amis Cemetery

More About Robert Amis and Esther Baker:

Marriage: 1889, Owsley Co., KY

More About Robert Amis and Martha Spivey:

Marriage: 1920

Children of Robert Amis and Esther Baker are:

+ 95 i. Alfred5 Amis, born October 04, 1890 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

96 ii. Eva Amis, born March 27, 1892. She married Tilmon Green; died July 10, 1977.

+ 97 iii. Willie Amis, born July 30, 1894; died September 02, 1972.

98 iv. Mary Polly Amis, born March 1896.

+ 99 v. Andrew Andy Amis, born July 25, 1899 in Owsley Co., Kentucky; died January 10, 1949.

+ 100 vi. Charles Amis, born 1903.

101 vii. Nellie Amis, born January 1909.

102 viii. Robert Baker Amis, born July 24, 1912.

32. Nancy4 Amis (John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1868 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died 1943 in Owsley County Kentucky. She married Abner Baker, son of James Baker and Sarah Davidson. He was born July 1865 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died 1941 in Owsley County Kentucky.

More About Nancy Amis:

Burial: Baker Amis Cemetery

Children of Nancy Amis and Abner Baker are:

103 i. Elizabeth Lizzie5 Baker, born September 1884; died May 09, 1911 in Owsley Co., KY.

104 ii. Charles Baker, born June 1888; died Unknown. He married Sarah Ellen Fox October 18, 1906 in SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA; born July 10, 1890 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died October 02, 1974.

More About Charles Baker and Sarah Fox:

Marriage: October 18, 1906, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

105 iii. Nettie Baker, born September 1892. She married Alston Barber.

+ 106 iv. Amanda Baker, born April 1895 in Owsley Co., Kentucky; died in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

+ 107 v. Harlan Baker, born June 15, 1897 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

+ 108 vi. Della Baker, born 1903 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

109 vii. Willis Baker, born January 15, 1911.

Notes for Willis Baker:

Died at 11 days on Jan 26, 1911

33. Polly4 Amis (Robert3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born June 10, 1868 in Perry Co., Kentucky, and died July 02, 1940 in Kingman, AZ. She married Luther Daily Clack April 06, 1886. He was born September 22, 1856 in East Tripplet, Rowan Co., Kentucky, and died August 31, 1905 in Osborne Co., Kansas.

Notes for Polly Amis:

Polly moved to Lawrence after Luther died in 1905 (probably 1906 or 07).

Other Amis names in Smith Co., KS*: Agnes Dalton, Bertha, Cecil, Dell F., Dill, Eli, Ernest, George W. , Harold, Hazel, H.W., James, James Westerfield, Jane, Jefferson, Job, Joe, John, G.J. Mat, J .W., Lina Shields, Loraine, Lydia Baker, Mary Henderson, Professor R.H. Robert ‘Bob’, Sam (Samuel Lock), Sarah, Thomas, Vera Simmons, W.B. and William.

*source J Lynn from a book called ‘A CENTURY AT THE CENTER’ referring to Smith Center, KS.

“Aunt Polly was my dad’s sister-in-law. The Clack brothers had helped her and her family when Luther Clack died in Kansas leaving a family of five children. She and her children were brought to Kingman where the brothers had a house for her family. Her children Alta 19, Vida 17, Ehtel 15, Wm 10, and Thelma 6, when their father died. They came out about 1910 or 1912.

The home was just one door down from our home on Oak Street and next door to the Little Red School House. By the time I came into the family all her children were grown and all but Thelma were married. They lived in Kingman and helped support Aunt Polly.

I dearly loved Aunt Polly; she was a large woman rather plain and oh so sweet. What you saw with her is what you got. She was a very good cook, kept a nice house and was always jolly. Vida and Thelma were real society gals and rather snooty, why I could never figure out since what they had had been provided by the Clack brothers. Aunt Polly was always greatful

for their help, but the girls expected it. When I was sick Aunt Polly would take care of me, she would hold me and rock me to sleep. I would cuddle up to her.” (Betty Clack Grounds)

More About Polly Amis:

Residence: 1906, Moved to Lawrence, KS with children following the death of her husband Luther Clack. (this was after 9/29/1906 probate petition to sell land)

Notes for Luther Daily Clack:

Left an estate of $50

Downs was founded in 1879 when Major William F. Downs brought the Central Branch Railroad into the area. Local men named the new town Downs in honor of the rail builder. The Railroad laid out the town at the “Y” junction where the tracks split, with one branch going southwest toward Osborne, where it follows the South Fork of the Solomon River west, and the other northwest following the North Fork of the Solomon.

Downs sprang up from the prairie almost overnight. In its boom, the railroad had eighteen trains running daily. With both passengers and freight, the trains were constantly on the move. Downs also had one of the largest roundhouses in the state with a capacity for ten locomotives, and, with its well balanced turntable, could turn the heaviest locomotive with ease.

More About Luther Daily Clack:

Burial: Lebanon, Kansas

Census: 1900, Smith Co., Lincoln township, Kansas in 1900 census. Lincoln township is directly north of Osborne Co. and directly west of Jewel Co. It is in the very SE corner of Smith Co . Only towns on map include Twelve Mile and Crystal Plains.

Property: 1906, Probate record mentions he owned “North-West Quarter of Section No. 26-5-14, W. 6th P.M. in Smith Co., KS.

More About Luther Clack and Polly Amis:

Marriage: April 06, 1886

Children of Polly Amis and Luther Clack are:

110 i. Alta Mae5 Clack, born February 25, 1887 in Downs, Osborne Co., KS; died July 1977 in La Jolla, San Diego, CA. She married Francis William Maclennan August 07, 1919.

More About Alta Mae Clack:

Burial: July 10, 1977, Glendale, LA, CA

Notes for Francis William Maclennan:

* Manager of the Miami Copper Company, Miami, Arizona in 1919.

More About Francis Maclennan and Alta Clack:

Marriage: August 07, 1919

+ 111 ii. Vida Maybelle Clack, born July 12, 1889 in Downs, Osborne Co., Kansas; died December 13, 1974 in Plymouth, Wisconsin.

112 iii. Classie Ethel Clack, born August 22, 1891 in Downs, Osborne Co., KS; died December 09, 1913. She married Unknown Pardee.

Notes for Classie Ethel Clack:

Gave a gift at Vida and WL’s wedding so was living in 1912.

113 iv. Leona Norine Clack, born October 22, 1893 in Downs, Osborne Co., KS; died January 06, 1899 in Downs, Osborne Co., KS.

114 v. William T Clack, born August 15, 1896 in Downs, Osborne Co., KS; died October 1970 in Azusa, LA, CA.

115 vi. Thelma Clack, born June 29, 1900 in Downs, Osborne Co., KS; died April 28, 1991 in Palo Aalta, San Mateo, CA. She married (1) Richard Baggett. She married (2) Lynne Smith.

34. Hannah4 Amis (Robert3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1871 in Perry Co, KY, and died August 22, 1917 in Ionia, Jewell Co., KS. She married Samuel Locke Amis 1893, son of John Amis and Thompson. He was born Abt. 1869, and died 1944 in Smith Co., KS.

Notes for Hannah Amis:

Mrs. S. L. Hannah Amis (Polly’s sister) was living in Smith Center, Smith Co. KS in 1912 and attended the wedding of W. L. Robinson and Vida Clack.

Mrs. S. L. Hannah Amis (Polly’s sister) was living in Smith Center, Smith Co. KS in 1912 and attended the wedding of W. L. Robinson and Vida Clack.

More About Hannah Amis:

Burial: August 23, 1917, North Oak Creek Cemetery, Webster Township, Smith Co., KY

Cause of Death: Rights disease

Residence: 1904, Stuart, Smith Co., KS. They were residents of Stuart for many years. Lived in Jewell Co., KS the last year of her life.

More About Samuel Locke Amis:

Burial: North Oak Creek Cemetery, Webster Township, Smith Co., KY

More About Samuel Amis and Hannah Amis:

Marriage: 1893

Children of Hannah Amis and Samuel Amis are:

116 i. Edna Clora5 Amis. She married Milton Severon Johnson March 19, 1919 in Kansas City, Missouri.

Notes for Edna Clora Amis:

Was deaf and dumb.

Also at the wedding were Miss Edna Clora Amis (Hannah’s daughter) of Olathe, KS.[johnamis.ged]

Was deaf and dumb.

Also at the wedding were Miss Edna Clora Amis (Hannah’s daughter) of Olathe, KS.

More About Edna Clora Amis:

Medical Information: Was deaf and dumb.

More About Milton Johnson and Edna Amis:

Marriage: March 19, 1919, Kansas City, Missouri

117 ii. John Amis.

118 iii. George Amis.

35. William Bowlin4 Amis (Robert3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born March 31, 1876 in Stuart, Smith Co., KS, and died August 21, 1923 in Stuart, Smith Co., KS. He married Effie Ella McClaren March 07, 1900 in Lebanon, Smith, Kansas. She was born August 01, 1881 in Fredonia, Wilson Co., KS, and died December 25, 1950 in Smith Center, Smith, Kansas.

Notes for William Bowlin Amis:

Vida Clack used to visit their farm in the summers when she still lived in Downs, Kansas.

More About William Amis and Effie McClaren:

Marriage: March 07, 1900, Lebanon, Smith, Kansas

Children of William Amis and Effie McClaren are:

119 i. Lloyd Wiley5 Amis, born January 02, 1901 in Webster township, Smith Kansas; died October 11, 1964 in Kansas City, Kansas.

More About Lloyd Wiley Amis:

Burial: October 14, 1964, Webster township, Smith Kansas

120 ii. Robert David Amis, born August 03, 1902 in Webster township, Smith Kansas; died October 06, 1955 in Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas.

Notes for Robert David Amis:

Listed in the Lebanon graduation class along with Lorraine AMIS and James AMIS

More About Robert David Amis:

Burial: Webster township, Smith Kansas

121 iii. Alfred A. Amis, born October 12, 1906 in Webster township, Smith Kansas; died January 10, 1981 in Loveland, Larimer, Colorado.

122 iv. Ernest John Amis, born August 31, 1908 in Webster township, Smith Kansas; died February 14, 1995 in Logan, Cache, Utah.

More About Ernest John Amis:

Burial: February 17, 1995, Logan, Cache, Utah

123 v. Vera May Amis, born May 07, 1911 in Webster township, Smith Kansas; died March 21, 1995 in Logan, Cache, Utah.

More About Vera May Amis:

Burial: March 23, 1995, Logan, Cache, Utah

Generation No. 5

73. Robert5 Amis (Will4, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1880. He married Martha Deaton.

Child of Robert Amis and Martha Deaton is:

124 i. Grace6 Amis, born 1927.

74. Alfred5 Amis (Will4, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1885 in Perry Co. Kentucky, and died 1971 in Perry Co. Kentucky. He married Florence Sebastian. She was born July 1882, and died 1969 in Perry Co. Kentucky.

More About Alfred Amis:

Burial: Amis Cemetery, Buckhorn, Kentucky

More About Florence Sebastian:

Burial: Amis Cemetery, Buckhorn, Kentucky

Child of Alfred Amis and Florence Sebastian is:

125 i. May6 Amis, born September 04, 1921; died September 07, 1921 in Amis Cemetery, Buckhorn Kentucky.

75. Sarah5 Baker (Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1876 in Owsley Co., Kentucky, and died February 12, 1942 in Owsley Co., Kentucky. She married Henry Mays 1894 in Owsley Co., KY, son of William Mays and Elizabeth Sebastian. He was born 1876 in Owsley Co., Kentucky, and died 1945 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

More About Sarah Baker:

Burial: Daniel Callahan Cem. Cow Creek

More About Henry Mays:

Burial: Daniel Callahan Cem. Cow Creek

More About Henry Mays and Sarah Baker:

Marriage: 1894, Owsley Co., KY

Children of Sarah Baker and Henry Mays are:

126 i. William OBradley6 Mays, born October 1895.

127 ii. Andy Mays, born June 1898.

128 iii. James R Mays, born February 04, 1900.

129 iv. Alfred Mays, born October 15, 1902.

130 v. Mary J Mays, born September 18, 1908.

131 vi. Tymanda Lymanda Mays, born February 12, 1913.

132 vii. Maggie Mays, born October 21, 1919.

76. William5 Baker (Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1877 in Owsley Co., KY, and died 1907 in Owsley Co., KY. He married Joycie Baker 1899 in Owsley Co., KY, daughter of James Baker and Lottie Bowling. She was born 1881 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died 1969 in Eversole Cemetery, Owsley County.

Notes for William Baker:

Will was killed in an explosion at Andy’s Mill. 1907

Last Tuesday Morning the boiler of the saw mill of Andy Baker of Cow Creek exploded, instantly killing William Baker. The cause of this explosion is thought to be the gathering of gas in the boiler. Mr. Baker leaves a wife and 3 children to mourn his loss.

More About William Baker:

Burial: Baker Cemetery on the Crane Fork

More About William Baker and Joycie Baker:

Marriage: 1899, Owsley Co., KY

Children of William Baker and Joycie Baker are:

133 i. Lucy6 Baker, born 1901 in Owsley County Kentucky; died 1975 in Owsley County Kentucky. She married Kash Eversole; born April 16, 1899; died 1963 in Owsley County Kentucky.

More About Lucy Baker:

Burial: Eversole Cemetery, Owsley County

More About Kash Eversole:

Burial: Eversole Cemetery, Owsley County

134 ii. May Baker, born 1903.

135 iii. Alison H Baker, born 1905. He married Cora Combs.

77. Abner C.5 Baker (Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born February 25, 1880 in Owsley Co., Kentucky. He married (1) Isabella Eva Elizabeth Mays Abt. 1901 in Owsley Co., KY, daughter of William Mays and Elizabeth Sebastian. She was born Abt. 1883. He married (2) Lottie Herald February 08, 1918.

More About Abner Baker and Isabella Mays:

Marriage: Abt. 1901, Owsley Co., KY

More About Abner Baker and Lottie Herald:

Marriage: February 08, 1918

Children of Abner Baker and Isabella Mays are:

+ 136 i. Oley B.6 Baker.

+ 137 ii. Bessie Baker, born 1903; died February 03, 1987 in Homestead Nursing Home, Lexington, KY.

138 iii. Robert H. Baker, born July 01, 1910.

+ 139 iv. Paul Baker, born September 02, 1912 in Booneville, Ky; died July 16, 1991 in Booneville, Ky.

+ 140 v. Flora Baker, born May 24, 1914.

Children of Abner Baker and Lottie Herald are:

141 i. Samuel J.6 Baker, born July 21, 1921.

+ 142 ii. Bettie Baker, born March 07, 1923.

143 iii. Eva Baker, born August 03, 1925.

144 iv. Oma Baker, born February 01, 1928.

145 v. Andy Baker.

146 vi. Mollie Baker, born July 27, 1918.

78. Lucy5 Baker (Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born April 1882 in Owsley Co., Kentucky, and died 1947 in Owsley Co., Kentucky. She married James Mays March 1901 in Owsley Co., KY, son of William Mays and Elizabeth Sebastian. He was born September 1879 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

More About Lucy Baker:

Burial: Daniel Callahan Cem. Cow Creek

More About James Mays and Lucy Baker:

Marriage: March 1901, Owsley Co., KY

Child of Lucy Baker and James Mays is:

147 i. Ollie6 Mays, born April 27, 1902.

79. James W.5 Baker (Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born June 05, 1884 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died 1961 in Owsley County Kentucky. He married Addie Hazel Bowman 1907 in Owsley county, daughter of Wiiliam Bowman and Mary Stephens. She was born November 11, 1891 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died 1968 in Columbus, Ohio.

Notes for James W. Baker:

I was little but I remember my great grandpa coming to our house in Indiana to visit, by that time he was using a crutch under his right arm.

James W Baker had a short military stint during the Spanish American War. A member of the mounted cavalry

The stories I’ve heard about Great grandpa are, that he was a genius when it came to fixing anything. He was a stone mason and helped to build a lot of the now standing buildings in Booneville. He puzzled a lot of people when it came to solving problems. He used mathematics in figuring out how to build and solve problems that no one else could solve. He was a hard worker and well admired by all those that knew him.

He had a way with animals I’m told. He had a cat and dog they would line up when he milked the cow and wait until he told them it was okay for them to drink out of their saucers. I have a picture of him milking that cow and the cat sitting there waiting to be told he could drink his milk!!

He was a perfectionist. One day his brother Rob wanted to go hunting with him, he begged him to go, Jim said okay Rob you can go but if you lag behind I’m leaving you. So they went hunting. Of course Rob lagged behind so Jim said Rob what am I going to do with you, you’re a burden on Mom and Dad you’re just no good for nothing, I guess I’ll just have to put you out of your misery, he then loaded his gun, poured the powder in but dropped the ball into his hand. Aimed and pulled the trigger, Rob fainted over dead and Jim thought he had killed him!! Needless to say Rob didn’t ask to go hunting with my great grandpa anymore!!!!

Another story is his son Clarence got into trouble so he told him, “Clarence what am I going to do with you, you just won’t listen, I guess I’ll have to hang you”, he took Clarence to the back of the barn, got a rope, slung it over a tree, and said “Son you have any last words”, Clarence mumbled out, “Dad would it be alright if I Prayed”!!!!! Needless to say he did not hang Clarence!!!

I don’t mean to paint a bad picture of James Baker but he expected people to use common sense and when they didn’t he couldn’t figure them out!!!!

He made all of his kid memorize the ballad of California Joe.

Later in his life he moved from Kentucky to Ohio where he worked with his sons At the Army Signal Corps in Dayton Ohio. His funeral was at Elk Lick Baptist Church and he is buried beside his wife at Shepherd Cemetery. I would have liked to have known my great grandpa I’m sure I would have been a better person for it and I’m here to see that his memory stays lit in the minds of his family.

More About James W. Baker:

Burial: 1961, Shepherd Memorial Cem. Owsley County Kentucky

Notes for Addie Hazel Bowman:

My great grandmother was a fun loving woman. She enjoyed life. She was a mid-wife. She birthed more babies in Owsley county than probably any doctor there at that time. Great grandpa bought her a horse to travel on when she birthed babies. I remember her as a little girl a a frail woman battered by a hard life and hard work, but still high spirited and full of life. She had long beautiful silver hair that she wore in a long braid down the back of her head. Her and my great grandfather were very well respected and thought of people in Owsley County. She kept a record of her births that a member of the family has, so far the only one I have is this one:

Cow Creek:

May 14, (cannot make out the year)

Baby, Norma Alvena Peters

Father Charles Peters, born Ricetown KY age 23

Mother: Edith Mayes, born Cow Creek, age 21

A Letter to Addie from her sister Laura Murrell dated June 15, 1925

Dear Sister

Will anc your letter just rec . Was so glad to hear from you all and was so glad that you thought Pap was a little better but was sorry to hear you had a bad spell with your head. Addie I got home alright and found them all well, Oakley meat me at Cincinnati it has been afull dry hear they handent had any rain when I come home Addie we had Green beens and New Potados for supper tonight. Bill has got a good job now he is making $4.17 a night. We have had a fine rain hear today. Courteny has been aful sick but is better now. Bill sead he would give any thang to see Pap till Pap he is coming to see him right away if he can get at from work. but he is coming to see him in July anyway.

Addie tell Pap not to for get what I toll him I am coming back to see him before long. I hope Jim has got his corn out by now Bill and Oakley has got they corn over the secon time. Addie I know you are having a hard time taking care of Pap but you and Jim get along the best you can. Well I must close for this time. Anc soon. From Your sister

Laura Murrell

Foster, Ohio

(written exactly the way it was written in pencil)

The only address on the letter was Addie Baker, Booneville, Kentucky

More About Addie Hazel Bowman:

Burial: 1968, Shepherd Memorial Cem. Owsley County Kentucky

More About James Baker and Addie Bowman:

Marriage: 1907, Owsley county

Children of James Baker and Addie Bowman are:

148 i. Ethel M.6 Baker, born April 1908 in Owsley County Kentucky; died 1911 in Owsley County Kentucky.

149 ii. Clarence Baker, born March 07, 1913 in Owsley County Kentucky; died October 08, 1989 in Dayton, Ohio. He married Reba Judd.

+ 150 iii. Rev Rutherford “R.B.” Baker, born August 06, 1914 in Owsley County Kentucky; died December 03, 2002 in Amherst, Virginia.

+ 151 iv. Hubert Wilson Baker, born January 11, 1918 in Owsley County Kentucky.

+ 152 v. Nevlyn Baker, born March 19, 1921 in Owsley County Kentucky; died January 1999 in Ohio.

80. Robert Horton5 Baker (Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born June 1888. He married Elizabeth Betty Turner.

Child of Robert Baker and Elizabeth Turner is:

153 i. Rosalie6 Baker.

81. Laura5 Baker (Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born January 13, 1891 in Owsley Co., Kentucky. She married (1) Butler Reynolds, son of Henderson Reynolds and Anna Moore. He was born March 1883 in KY. She married (2) Boone Baker November 13, 1920 in Clay Co., KY, son of George Baker and Charlotte Sawyers. He was born December 31, 1891, and died June 21, 1961.

Notes for Laura Baker:

Story has it that Laura’s daughter Fannie was ironing and asked John D. to go get some wood for the stove for her iron. John D. put his rifle near the stove. When he came in with the wood and dropped it into the wood box it knocked the rifle down and it fired and shot and killed Fannie. Story from Lewis G. Baker

Notes for Boone Baker:

Kentucky PVT Co C 23 Engineers World War 1

More About Boone Baker:

Burial: Hollen Cem. Little Goose Clay Co., KY

More About Boone Baker and Laura Baker:

Marriage: November 13, 1920, Clay Co., KY

Children of Laura Baker and Butler Reynolds are:

154 i. John D6 Reynolds, born October 21, 1913.

155 ii. Fannie Reynolds.

Children of Laura Baker and Boone Baker are:

156 i. Boone6 Baker, Jr..

157 ii. Ford Baker.

84. Rev Edward5 Baker (Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1903 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died October 20, 1991 in Owsley County Kentucky. He married (1) Addie Turner. He married (2) Elva Sebastian.

Notes for Rev Edward Baker:

Uncle Ed was a Baptist Minister and a veteran of World War II Funeral was held at Searcy and Srong Funeral Home, Rev. Charlie Wilson officiating. He is buried in the Morris Fork Cemetery.

More About Rev Edward Baker:

Burial: Morris Fork Cemetery

Reverend: Baptist Led his father to the Lord 5 months before his death

Children of Edward Baker and Addie Turner are:

158 i. Carl6 Baker.

159 ii. Clarence Baker.

160 iii. Lucy Baker.

Notes for Lucy Baker:

Booneville, Ky 1949

Hello Uncle Jim,

I am sure glad to hear from you. How are you now? It has begun to rain up here a little the first we have had in a long time. and everything is burned up and I hope rhuematism isn’t bothering you.

I have just come back from Aunt Addie’s and she just fine only still coughing a little not bad though. I think she is going to pick some berries tomorrow.

Don and the boys play together all the time and they really have a good time playing too.

Sunday before last Aunt Addie, Nevlyn mother and daddie took them all swimming and then again last Sunday then Wednesday, Nevelyn and I took all the boys in. They sure had a good time. And Don is sure some “Water Dog”. He can go under water and stay nearly as long as I can.

Aunt Addie made them a swing today I believe that Ronald Lee , Don and Kenneth had rather play than anybody.

It really has been hot here for the last week. Its been so hot you can’t sit through the day and can’t lay still through the night.

How are the Gen’s? Just as mean as ever I bet. Say you don’t know how much I miss little Gen Uncle Jim. Everywhere I went she went and it gets pretty lonesome sometimes.

Mother and Dad said to tell you hello and they would like to see you.

Well I have got two more letters to write and I had better close because its getting a little late and I have to get up early in the morning and help can beans.

Mother said to tell you to give Gen a big hug for her and to be good. Excuse this bad writing I,m writing on a cantalope across my lap.

My dearest Uncle

From Lucille

NOTE: THIS MAY NOT BE ED AND ADDIE’S DAUGHTER BUT IT FITS IN SO I PUT THIS LETTER THERE.

161 iv. Fannie Baker.

162 v. Ralph Baker.

163 vi. Edward Baker.

164 vii. Margie Baker.

165 viii. Wanda Baker.

166 ix. Anna Baker.

85. George W.5 Fox (Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born January 05, 1878 in ARKANSAS, and died October 28, 1960 in WAYNESVILLE, OHIO. He married Anis Hobbs January 25, 1899 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KY. She was born September 30, 1881, and died August 27, 1971.

More About George Fox and Anis Hobbs:

Marriage: January 25, 1899, FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KY

Children of George Fox and Anis Hobbs are:

+ 167 i. William Wesley6 Fox, born November 07, 1899; died February 1943.

+ 168 ii. Viola Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

169 iii. Shade H. Fox, born Unknown.

170 iv. Bertha Fox, born Unknown.

171 v. Reuel Fox, born Unknown.

172 vi. Robert Fox, born Unknown.

173 vii. Lonnie Fox, born Unknown.

174 viii. Gilbert Fox, born Unknown.

175 ix. Martha Fox, born Unknown.

176 x. Polly Fox, born Unknown.

+ 177 xi. Mary Fox, born Unknown.

91. James B.5 Fox (Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born August 17, 1893 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, and died September 27, 1973 in CONNERSVILLE, FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA. He married Tincie Elizabeth Cain August 24, 1911 in JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. She was born April 05, 1895 in McKEE,

JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, and died June 15, 1963 in CONNERSVILLE, FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA.

More About James Fox and Tincie Cain:

Marriage: August 24, 1911, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY

Children of James Fox and Tincie Cain are:

+ 178 i. Nora6 Fox, born 1912 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died October 1968 in CONNERSVILLE, FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA.

+ 179 ii. Herschel Fox, born Abt. 1913; died March 27, 1978 in CONNERSVILLE, FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA.

+ 180 iii. Harlan Fox, born January 26, 1914 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died June 27, 1980 in CONNERSVILLE, FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA.

+ 181 iv. Wade Fox, born September 15, 1918 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died June 08, 1985 in INDIANAPOLIS, MARION COUNTY, INDIANA.

+ 182 v. Deamie Fox, born October 03, 1920 in JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died December 04, 1988 in BEREA, KENTUCKY.

+ 183 vi. Herman Fox, born June 01, 1931 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY; died June 27, 1984 in FT. MEYERS, FLORIDA.

+ 184 vii. Dorothy Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 185 viii. Lula R. Fox, born Unknown; died January 03, 1987.

+ 186 ix. Herndon Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 187 x. Lola Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 188 xi. Ora Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 189 xii. Arzella Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

93. Albert William5 Fox (Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born May 03, 1900 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, and died July 07, 1970 in MORRESVILLE, HENDRICKS COUNTY, INDIANA. He married Martha Ann Lainhart August 19, 1920 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. She was born April 10, 1897 in Jackson Co. Ky, and died December 24, 1980 in Moorsville, IN.

More About Albert Fox and Martha Lainhart:

Marriage: August 19, 1920, FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY

Children of Albert Fox and Martha Lainhart are:

190 i. Living6 Fox. She married Delbert Mckinney; born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 191 ii. Living Fox.

+ 192 iii. Hazel Fox, born April 25, 1933; died December 01, 2001.

193 iv. Alford William Fox, born 1939; died 1939.

+ 194 v. George D. Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

195 vi. Elbert Jay Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Lily Mae Crowe; born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 196 vii. Ruby Armina Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 197 viii. Talmadge Martin Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

94. Floyd Wade5 Fox (Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born November 17, 1903 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, INDIANA, and died July 31, 1986 in RICHMOND, INDIANA. He married Armina Isaac January 23, 1929 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. She was born May 05, 1907 in JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, and died January 30, 1995 in RICHMOND, INDIANA.

More About Floyd Fox and Armina Isaac:

Marriage: January 23, 1929, FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY

Children of Floyd Fox and Armina Isaac are:

198 i. Living6 Fox.

199 ii. Living Fox.

200 iii. Living Fox.

201 iv. Living Fox.

202 v. Living Fox.

203 vi. Carolyn Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

204 vii. Ray Gordon Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Marie Ingram; born Unknown; died Unknown.

95. Alfred5 Amis (Robert4, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born October 04, 1890 in Owsley Co., Kentucky. He married Nancy Ann McIntosh 1913, daughter of William McIntosh and Martha Reynolds. She was born May 06, 1896 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

More About Alfred Amis and Nancy McIntosh:

Marriage: 1913

Children of Alfred Amis and Nancy McIntosh are:

205 i. Clarence6 Amis, born March 16, 1914 in Owsley Co., Kentucky; died November 03, 1945 in Germany.

More About Clarence Amis:

Burial: Henry Gabbard Cemetery

206 ii. Myrtle Amis, born 1916.

207 iii. Easter Amis, born September 12, 1918.

208 iv. Martha Amis, born October 05, 1920.

209 v. Clarence Amis, born 1922.

210 vi. Alma Amis, born December 20, 1926.

211 vii. Ollie Amis, born January 12, 1930.

97. Willie5 Amis (Robert4, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born July 30, 1894, and died September 02, 1972. He married Nannie Noble.

Children of Willie Amis and Nannie Noble are:

212 i. Edward6 Amis, born November 07, 1919.

213 ii. Charley Amis, born April 06, 1922.

214 iii. Alson Amis, born January 14, 1924.

215 iv. Charley Amis, born March 30, 1925.

216 v. Virgil Amis, born September 17, 1926.

217 vi. Pleasant Amis, born March 30, 1930.

99. Andrew Andy5 Amis (Robert4, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born July 25, 1899 in Owsley Co., Kentucky, and died January 10, 1949. He married (1) Haney Mays, daughter of Jess Mays and Elizabeth Turner. He married (2) Esther Noble 1922.

More About Andrew Andy Amis:

Burial: Baker/Amis Cemetery

More About Andrew Amis and Esther Noble:

Marriage: 1922

Children of Andrew Amis and Haney Mays are:

218 i. Luther6 Amis, born January 20, 1920.

219 ii. Mary Amis, born March 06, 1921.

Children of Andrew Amis and Esther Noble are:

220 i. Zala6 Amis, born September 14, 1924.

221 ii. Helen Amis, born January 24, 1926.

222 iii. Allen Amis, born March 26, 1927.

223 iv. Vilent Amis, born September 09, 1929.

224 v. Lawrence Amis, born 1923.

100. Charles5 Amis (Robert4, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1903. He married Mary Mosley.

Child of Charles Amis and Mary Mosley is:

225 i. Ralph6 Amis, born June 25, 1924.

106. Amanda5 Baker (Nancy4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born April 1895 in Owsley Co., Kentucky, and died in Owsley Co., Kentucky. She married Jesse Moore 1916 in Owsley Co., KY, son of William Moore and Martha Russell. He was born Abt. 1895 in Owsley Co., Kentucky, and died January 09, 1961 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

More About Amanda Baker:

Burial: Baker/Amis Cemetery

More About Jesse Moore:

Burial: Baker/Amis Cemetery

More About Jesse Moore and Amanda Baker:

Marriage: 1916, Owsley Co., KY

Children of Amanda Baker and Jesse Moore are:

226 i. Charlie6 Moore.

227 ii. Ethel Moore.

228 iii. Lawrence Moore.

229 iv. Elsie Moore, born November 16, 1927.

107. Harlan5 Baker (Nancy4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born June 15, 1897 in Owsley Co., Kentucky. He married Laura Turner 1914 in Owsley Co., KY, daughter of Edward Turner and Martha Short.

More About Harlan Baker and Laura Turner:

Marriage: 1914, Owsley Co., KY

Child of Harlan Baker and Laura Turner is:

230 i. Elvira6 Baker, born June 24, 1925.

108. Della5 Baker (Nancy4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1903 in Owsley Co., Kentucky. She married Oliver Sandlin March 13, 1928 in Owsley Co., KY, son of William Sandlin and Bell Gross. He was born July 22, 1906 in Owsley Co., Kentucky, and died November 30, 1955 in Owsley Co., Kentucky.

More About Oliver Sandlin:

Burial: Baker/Amis Cemetery

More About Oliver Sandlin and Della Baker:

Marriage: March 13, 1928, Owsley Co., KY

Child of Della Baker and Oliver Sandlin is:

231 i. Wilma6 Sandlin, born April 21, 1930.

111. Vida Maybelle5 Clack (Polly4 Amis, Robert3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born July 12, 1889 in Downs, Osborne Co., Kansas, and died December 13, 1974 in Plymouth, Wisconsin. She married William Louis ‘Lou’ Robinson November 20, 1912 in Lawrence, Kansas. He was born May 27, 1888 in Hays City, Kansas, and died September 23, 1953 in Kingman, Arizona.

Notes for Vida Maybelle Clack:

Guests (relatives) at the wedding AND/OR those giving gifts included: Mrs. Samuel Lock Amis , Smith Center, KS; Miss Edna Amis, Olathe, K, Uncle Greeley Clack, Ed Clack, Bogue,KS; Mr . and Mrs. Gosser, Hays, KS; the gift list mentions a ‘Grandma Gosser’, Mrs. Aunt Hannah Amis, Aunt Sadie (Sarah Jane Robinson) and Mr. Riley, Aunt Jennie Gosser, Aunt Dell (Ardella) Ethel Clack, John H. and Maude (Benedict) Robinson

Notes for William Louis ‘Lou’ Robinson:

*Joined the Union Pacific Railroad after school.

*Moved to Kingman, Arizona in 1916 and joined the A.T. & S.F. Railway Company.

*Shortly after joined Jay M. Gates in the old Lovin-Withers store (Later to becomes the Central Commercial Company corner of 4th and Beale). Lou was secretary of the corporation until t he time of his death.

*Was a high ranking Mason and former master of the Kingman Lodge.

*Active in the community, was on the committee which formulated the first Dig-N-Dogie Days ever held in Kingman while serving in the Chamber of Commerce board of directors, was past president of the Kingman Rotary Club and the Kingman Country Club (was club champion several time s), was a long time member and clerk of the Kingman grammar school board of trustees and a member the Mohave County Camber of Commerce.

*Was a member of the Elks Lodge and Methodist Church.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Hays, a city in central Kansas, is the seat of Ellis Co., located on Big Creek 90 miles west of Salina. Founded as Hays City in 1867 and incorporated under its present name in 1885.

Fort Hays, a frontier military camp on the city’s site, is preserved as a state historical shrine. William F. ‘Bullalo Bill’ Cody, Gen. Philip Sheridan and Gen. George Armstrong Custer have figured in the history of Hays. James B. ‘Wild Bill’ Hickok was at one time marshal of Hays City.

More About William Louis ‘Lou’ Robinson:

Burial: September 26, 1953, Mountain View Cemetery Kingman, Arizona

Occupation: 1905, Union Pacific RR, Lawrence, KS

More About William Robinson and Vida Clack:

Marriage: November 20, 1912, Lawrence, Kansas

Child of Vida Clack and William Robinson is:

+ 232 i. Polly Alice6 Robinson, born October 29, 1919 in Kingman, Arizona; died May 01, 1959 in Plymouth, Wisconsin.

Generation No. 6

136. Oley B.6 Baker (Abner C.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) He married (1) Leta Mae Moore. He married (2) Leta May Moore, daughter of Lewis Moore and Amanda Reynolds.

Children of Oley Baker and Leta Moore are:

233 i. Lewis G.7 Baker.

234 ii. Willis Baker.

235 iii. Eve Jean Baker.

236 iv. Kay Baker.

137. Bessie6 Baker (Abner C.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1903, and died February 03, 1987 in Homestead Nursing Home, Lexington, KY. She married Sherman Spencer.

More About Bessie Baker:

Burial: Shepherd Cemet.

Children of Bessie Baker and Sherman Spencer are:

237 i. Ollie7 Spencer.

238 ii. Irene Spencer.

239 iii. Anna Lee Spencer.

240 iv. Chester Spencer.

139. Paul6 Baker (Abner C.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born September 02, 1912 in Booneville, Ky, and died July 16, 1991 in Booneville, Ky. He married Eva.

Notes for Paul Baker:

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Member of Elk Lick Baptist Church and a retired railroad worker.

Funeral Service held at the Elk Lick Baptist Church, Rev Charlie Wilson and Jr. Combs officiating.

More About Paul Baker:

Burial: Chestnut Gap Cemetery

Children of Paul Baker and Eva are:

241 i. Wilson7 Baker.

242 ii. Lester Baker.

243 iii. Ervin Baker.

244 iv. James Baker.

245 v. Gerladine Baker.

140. Flora6 Baker (Abner C.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born May 24, 1914. She married Leonard Gabbard February 24, 1933 in Owsley county, son of Abel Gabbard and Rebecca Roberts. He was born May 07, 1915.

More About Leonard Gabbard and Flora Baker:

Marriage: February 24, 1933, Owsley county

Child of Flora Baker and Leonard Gabbard is:

246 i. Fred7 Gabbard.

142. Bettie6 Baker (Abner C.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born March 07, 1923. She married Combs.

Notes for Bettie Baker:

Georgetown News Graphic

Betty Baker Combs McKinney

Betty Baker McKinney, 77, of Lexington, died Tuesday, June 20, 2000. She was born on March 7, 1923, in Booneville to the late Abner C. and Lottie Herald Baker.

Survivors were:

five sons: Archie Combs, of Lexington, Pheres Combs, of Lexington, Sheridan McIntosh, of Booneville, Jackie Dennis McKinney and Vernon Lee McKinney, both of Georgetown

a daughter Eula McIntosh Nicoles, of Alabama

three brothers: Samuel Baker, of Cynthiana, Andrew Baker, of Arizona, and Oley Baker, of Ohio

three sisters: Oma Short, of Newport, Barbara Niece, of Florida, and Eva Couch, of Booneville

14 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.

Services were held Friday, June 23, 2000, at Tucker, Yocum & Wilson Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Sageser officiating. Burial was in Crestlawn Memorial Gardens.

Casket bearers were be James Combs, Charles Combs, Edward Combs, Matthew McKinney, Darren Wilson and Mark Dillow.

Extracted from the Georgetown News Graphic

Children of Bettie Baker and Combs are:

247 i. Archie7 Combs.

248 ii. Pheres Combs.

249 iii. Sheridan Combs.

150. Rev Rutherford “R.B.”6 Baker (James W.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born August 06, 1914 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died December 03, 2002 in Amherst, Virginia. He married Geneva Taylor June 21, 1934 in Owsley county, daughter of Franklin Taylor and Lizzie Wilson. She was born October 19, 1916 in Owsley Co., KY, and died February 10, 1996 in Amherst, Virginia.

Notes for Rev Rutherford “R.B.” Baker:

Served with the 30th Infantry Division, World War II awarded the Purple Heart, 2 bronze stars and the French Cross of War with oak leaf cluster.

Wounded in France, shot off a tank , shrapnel , lost a lung, November 1945.

Took part in the D Day landing on Normandy Beach, France

Surrendered to preach at Westside Baptist Church, Cincinnati, Ohio 1946

Southern Baptist Minister

Retired November 28, 1982, Amherst, VA

Mason, was Assistant Grand Master for state of Virginia.

Volunteer fireman. Taught wildlife part time voluntarily in VA.

Liked to Hunt, Fish, Work with wood, Trained Bird dogs, horses, Kept Bee Hives, also enjoyed Snake Hunting, caught and skinned several Rattlers. Played a harmonica and loved good old fashioned music. I remember the song “The Preacher and the Bear” was one of his favorites and he used to play it for me when I was little.

Enjoyed Flying a Plane until he flew one in Harlan, KY and crashed and lived to tell about it!!

My grandfather had many passions, but the one he loved the most was his ability to lead people to the Lord, I don’t know how many he reached, but the numbers have to be in the hundred’s, I know because I’m one of them.

I miss him terribly.

Notes for Geneva Taylor:

My grandmother was a Saint, she lived her life for her family, and for God. I never heard her say a bad word against anyone.

She was a great cook. Loved to embroider and taught me how at a young age. Everyone that knew her loved her.

Being the wife of a Pastor wasn’t easy but she followed my Grandpa when he was called to Preach in various locations. She was involved in the Eastern Star and was always there when someone needed help.

My greatest memory of her was the love she gave to me and her sweetness and the fact that she cared so much for my Salvation.

I always think and remember this verse when I remember my Grandma because this is the way she was, Proverbs 31: 10-31

I miss you Grandma.

More About Geneva Taylor:

Burial: February 13, 1997, Briarwood Memorial Gardens, Amherst, VA

More About Rutherford Baker and Geneva Taylor:

Marriage: June 21, 1934, Owsley county

Children of Rutherford Baker and Geneva Taylor are:

250 i. Maurenice7 Baker, born June 13, 1935 in Owsley County Kentucky; died June 13, 1935 in Owsley County Kentucky.

More About Maurenice Baker:

Burial: Owsley County Kentucky

+ 251 ii. Donald S Baker, born January 21, 1937 in Owsley county KY.

252 iii. Kenneth Allen Baker, born January 22, 1940 in Owsley County Kentucky; died July 24, 1997 in Dayton, Ohio. He married Wanda Lee York June 1961; born January 29, 1940 in Brookville, Indiana.

More About Kenneth Allen Baker:

Burial: July 26, 1997, Memorial Park, Dayton, Ohio

More About Kenneth Baker and Wanda York:

Marriage: June 1961

+ 253 iv. Charles Edward Baker, born February 06, 1942 in Owsley County Kentucky.

151. Hubert Wilson6 Baker (James W.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born January 11, 1918 in Owsley County Kentucky. He married Reba Wilson.

Notes for Hubert Wilson Baker:

At the age of 85, Uncle Hubert still serves the Lord by preaching all over Eastern Kentucky. His youngest daughter and husband serve in the mission field in Brazil.

More About Hubert Wilson Baker:

Preacher: Southern Baptist

Children of Hubert Baker and Reba Wilson are:

254 i. Ida Mae7 Baker.

255 ii. Barbara Baker.

152. Nevlyn6 Baker (James W.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born March 19, 1921 in Owsley County Kentucky, and died January 1999 in Ohio. She married (1) Charles Strouse. He died in World War II. She married (2) William Taylor Jr., son of Franklin Taylor and Lizzie Wilson. He was born December 15, 1922 in Owsley Co., KY.

More About Charles Strouse:

Burial: At sea

Child of Nevlyn Baker and William Jr. is:

256 i. Sandra7 Kay, born 1942.

167. William Wesley6 Fox (George W.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born November 07, 1899, and died February 1943. He married Rosa Lou Sparks. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of William Fox and Rosa Sparks are:

257 i. Living7 Fox. He married Mary Lou Lockwood; born Unknown; died Unknown.

258 ii. Living Fox.

259 iii. Living Fox. He married Betty Lou Norvel; born Unknown; died Unknown.

260 iv. Clarence Fox, born 1923; died 1971. He married Living Vaughn.

261 v. Gilbert Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Viola Horne; born Unknown; died Unknown.

262 vi. Bertha Mae Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married Tommie L. Davis; born Unknown; died Unknown.

263 vii. Luther Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Elizabeth E. Hubbard; born Unknown; died Unknown.

264 viii. Clonta Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Annett Deseano; born Unknown; died Unknown.

265 ix. Irenna Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married Douglas O. Jones; born Unknown; died Unknown.

168. Viola6 Fox (George W.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Clarence R. Charlton. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Viola Fox and Clarence Charlton are:

266 i. Living7 Charlton.

+ 267 ii. Vern Charlton, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 268 iii. Donna S. Charlton, born Unknown; died Unknown.

177. Mary6 Fox (George W.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown. She married SR. Albert G. Rose, Sr. He was born 1892, and died 1967.

Children of Mary Fox and Albert Rose are:

269 i. Living7 Rose. She married Clifton D. Moore; born Unknown; died Unknown.

270 ii. Living Rose. He married Helen Wife Of Dewey A. Rose Unknown; born Unknown; died Unknown.

271 iii. Living Rose. He married Bertha Rogers; born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 272 iv. JR. Living Rose.

273 v. Bonnie Rose, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married Leon Powell; born Unknown; died Unknown.

274 vi. Viola Rose, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married (1) Junior Skinner; born Unknown; died Unknown. She married (2) Bobby Ballinger; born Unknown; died Unknown.

178. Nora6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born 1912 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, and died October 1968 in CONNERSVILLE, FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA. She married Marlow Lainhart. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Nora Fox and Marlow Lainhart are:

275 i. Living7 Lainhart.

276 ii. Living Lainhart.

277 iii. Living Lainhart.

278 iv. Living Lainhart.

279 v. Living Lainhart.

280 vi. Living Lainhart.

281 vii. Living Lainhart.

282 viii. Living Lainhart.

283 ix. Living Lainhart.

+ 284 x. Ira Lainhart, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 285 xi. Marlene Lainhart, born Unknown; died Unknown.

179. Herschel6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Abt. 1913, and died March 27, 1978 in CONNERSVILLE, FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA. He married Helen Lakes Unknown. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

More About Herschel Fox and Helen Lakes:

Marriage: Unknown

Children of Herschel Fox and Helen Lakes are:

286 i. Living7 Fox.

287 ii. Living Fox.

288 iii. Living Fox.

289 iv. Peggy Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

180. Harlan6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born January 26, 1914 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, and died June 27, 1980 in CONNERSVILLE, FAYETTE COUNTY, INDIANA. He married Lena Terry. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Harlan Fox and Lena Terry are:

290 i. Living7 Fox.

291 ii. Living Fox.

292 iii. Living Fox. He married Carol Ann Shurwold; born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 293 iv. Sharon Kay Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

181. Wade6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born September 15, 1918 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, and died June 08, 1985 in INDIANAPOLIS, MARION COUNTY, INDIANA. He married (1) Helen Gabbard. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (2) Helen Gabbard,

Twin March 26, 1937 in McKee, Jackson Co., KY, daughter of Franklin Gabbard and Catherine Maupin. She was born July 10, 1922 in Foxtown, Jackson Co., KY.

More About Wade Fox and Helen Gabbard:

Marriage: March 26, 1937, McKee, Jackson Co., KY

Children of Wade Fox and Helen Gabbard are:

294 i. Loretta7 Fox, born 1946; died 1965. She married Larry Scott; born Unknown; died 1965.

+ 295 ii. Dallas Charles Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 296 iii. Duard Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

297 iv. Norman Gene Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Myrna Frederick; born Unknown; died Unknown.

298 v. Michael Charles Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Connie S. Hamilton; born Unknown; died Unknown.

Child of Wade Fox and Helen Gabbard is:

299 i. Dallass C.7 Fox, born January 29, 1938 in Foxtown, Jackson Co., KY. He married Melba June Fields; born Unknown; died Unknown.

182. Deamie6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born October 03, 1920 in JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, and died December 04, 1988 in BEREA, KENTUCKY. She married Willie Rose June 13, 1935. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

More About Willie Rose and Deamie Fox:

Marriage: June 13, 1935

Children of Deamie Fox and Willie Rose are:

300 i. Living7 Rose. She married Ralph Sparks; born Unknown; died Unknown.

301 ii. Living Rose.

302 iii. Living Rose. She married Clifton Sparks; born Unknown; died Unknown.

303 iv. Living Rose. He married Bell Smith; born Unknown; died Unknown.

304 v. Geraldine Rose, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married Hisel Carpenter; born Unknown; died Unknown.

305 vi. Loni Rose, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married Kenneth Anglin; born Unknown; died Unknown.

306 vii. Cordell Rose, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married (1) Lou Jean Centers; born Unknown; died Unknown. He married (2) Mable Ann Pritchett; born Unknown; died Unknown. He married (3) Living Wilson.

Notes for Cordell Rose:

307 viii. Beverly Rose, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married Ronnie Combs; born Unknown; died Unknown.

183. Herman6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born June 01, 1931 in FOXTOWN, JACKSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, and died June

27, 1984 in FT. MEYERS, FLORIDA. He married Bonnie Jean Potter. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Herman Fox and Bonnie Potter are:

+ 308 i. Elaine7 Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 309 ii. Randy Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 310 iii. Doug Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 311 iv. Rick Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

184. Dorothy6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Hobart Hughes. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Dorothy Fox and Hobart Hughes are:

312 i. Living7 Hughes.

313 ii. Living Hughes.

314 iii. Living Hughes.

315 iv. Living Hughes.

316 v. Living Hughes.

317 vi. Living Hughes.

318 vii. Living Hughes.

319 viii. Living Hughes.

320 ix. Living Hughes.

321 x. Living Hughes.

322 xi. Bonnie Lou Hughes, born Unknown; died Unknown.

185. Lula R.6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died January 03, 1987. She married Thomas Edwin Adkins Unknown. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

More About Thomas Adkins and Lula Fox:

Marriage: Unknown

Children of Lula Fox and Thomas Adkins are:

323 i. Living7 Adkins.

324 ii. Dwight Adkins, born Unknown; died Unknown.

325 iii. Vadis C. Adkins, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 326 iv. Delmer D. Adkins, born Unknown; died Unknown.

186. Herndon6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Imogene Gray. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Herndon Fox and Imogene Gray are:

327 i. Living7 Fox.

328 ii. Living Fox.

329 iii. Reba Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

187. Lola6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Scott Smith. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Lola Fox and Scott Smith are:

330 i. Living7 Smith.

+ 331 ii. Bernice Smith, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 332 iii. Phyllis Smith, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 333 iv. Alberta Smith, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 334 v. Margaret Smith, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 335 vi. Glendon Smith, born Unknown; died Unknown.

188. Ora6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Ellis Webb. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Ora Fox and Ellis Webb are:

+ 336 i. Verlon7 Webb, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 337 ii. Velma Webb, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 338 iii. SR. James Marion Webb, Sr., born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 339 iv. Deloris Webb, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 340 v. Owen Irvin Webb, born Unknown; died Unknown.

189. Arzella6 Fox (James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Clyde Bingham. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Arzella Fox and Clyde Bingham are:

+ 341 i. Living7 Bingham.

+ 342 ii. Leon Bingham, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 343 iii. Cleon Bingham, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 344 iv. Larry Bingham, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 345 v. Keith Bingham, born Unknown; died Unknown.

191. Living6 Fox (Albert William5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) She married Charles Eugene St. John. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Living Fox and Charles St. John are:

346 i. Living7 St. John.

347 ii. Living St. John.

348 iii. Living St. John.

192. Hazel6 Fox (Albert William5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born April 25, 1933, and died December 01, 2001. She married Ronald Earl Weddle. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

HI. MY NAME IS JUDY (WEDDLE)FIELY, DAUGHTER OF HAZEL (FOX) WEDDLE. MY

MOM’S BIRTH DATE WAS APRIL 25,1933. SHE DIED DECEMBER 1,2001. SHE IS

BURIED AT MT. NEBO CEMETERY (MAUSOLEUM) MARTINSVILLE,IN.

More About Hazel Fox:

Burial: Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Martinsville, IN

Children of Hazel Fox and Ronald Weddle are:

349 i. Living7 Weddle.

350 ii. Living Weddle. She married Steve Fiely; born Unknown; died Unknown.

351 iii. Living Weddle.

194. George D.6 Fox (Albert William5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Opal Elizabeth Renner. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of George Fox and Opal Renner are:

352 i. Living7 Fox.

353 ii. Living Fox.

354 iii. Living Fox.

+ 355 iv. Constance Ann Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 356 v. Martha Lou Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

+ 357 vi. Joanna Lee Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

196. Ruby Armina6 Fox (Albert William5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Edwin Eugene Simpson. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Ruby Fox and Edwin Simpson are:

358 i. Living7 Simpson.

+ 359 ii. Steven Albert Simpson, Sr., born Unknown; died Unknown.

197. Talmadge Martin6 Fox (Albert William5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Florence Porter. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Talmadge Fox and Florence Porter are:

360 i. Jim7 Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Polly Ann Mcintosh Unknown; born Unknown; died Unknown.

Notes for Jim Fox:

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More About Jim Fox and Polly Mcintosh:

Marriage: Unknown

361 ii. Albert Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

362 iii. Linda Fox, born Unknown.

Notes for Linda Fox:

363 iv. Warren Fox, born Unknown.

364 v. Randy Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

365 vi. Debbie Fox, born Unknown.

366 vii. Ruby A. Fox, born Unknown.

367 viii. Cindy Fox, born Unknown.

232. Polly Alice6 Robinson (Vida Maybelle5 Clack, Polly4 Amis, Robert3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born October 29, 1919 in Kingman, Arizona, and died May 01, 1959 in Plymouth, Wisconsin. She married Guido B. Sartori June 07, 1942 in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Kingman, AZ. He was born June 15, 1914 in Buhl, Minnesota, and died August 14, 1999 in Plymouth, Wisconsin.

Notes for Guido B. Sartori:

Eulogy for Guido Sartori

Dad worked for his father in the family grocery store. He attended Junior College in Virgini a, MN before finally enrolling in St. John’s University, Collegeville, MN, graduating wit h a business degree in Economics. He played on their 1937 championship football team and wa s as proud of that university as a man could be.

After college he was working in a local bank in Buhl when he received a call from a friend and soon after left for Phoenix, AZ to work for the Valley National Bank. Later, after another opportunity with the bank, he found himself in the small town of Kingman, AZ. It was about as far away from northern Minnesota as a young man could be. It turned out to be the right place at the right time as that’s where he met his first wife Polly. It was from here that he enlisted in the US Navy in 1942. He asked Polly if she would wait for him. She said “sure, if you marry me first”. The rest is history!

After the war, relationships developed back in Buhl impacted his life again, as Paul Sartor i asked him to join a then, 6 year old Italian Cheese company here in Plymouth, called S&R . For the next 41 years, as a partner in the business, he did his part to make the compan y a success.

Dad and Polly raised 3 children, Lou, Vida and Marcia. They also lost an infant daughter, Polly Alice, shortly after her birth in 1958. Then, tragically in 1959, our mother Polly died at the age of 39, and dad was left to raise the 3 of us alone.

About the same time, Mary Ladwig’s husband Gordy also left this world much too early. She was left to raise 3 daughters, Kay, Donna and Beth on her own. Ironically, the gravesites of Polly and Gordy were right next to each other. So it seems almost inevitable that Guido and Mary would meet, fall in love, marry, and raise our version of the Brady Bunch. They did the Brady’s one better as they added 5 more children before they were finished: Ann, Mary, Laura , Tony and Lisa.

What kind of person was dad? He was a private man. He was a man of integrity. He was dignified and gracious. He was kind and generous and was liked by everyone he met. He loved his family above anything else. I don’t remember him every saying anything negative about anyone. Nothing made me prouder that the hundreds of people who have approached me over the years and said “your dad is one of the nicest people I ever met”. He had a good and somewhat dry sense of humor. I’d like to think that he passed that on to me. He was still making jokes the night before he died.

He loved his family very much. He loved both of his wives and, when talking about Polly and Mary a few weeks ago, he described himself as having hit 2 home runs. He had great respect for his parents and the sacrifices they made.

He was proud of his children’s accomplishments, but he never boasted about his own accomplishments. He supported us in whatever we decided to do with our lives. Vida remembers how supportive he was when she decided to become a nurse. That support came full circle recently, as Vida became his primary health care provider is his final months.

He found time to spend with all his children, no matter how many were living at home at the time. He also had an uncanny way of “tuning us out” when necessary to maintain his sanity.

He loved his grandchildren and great grandchildren. His face would just light up when they came to visit. He made his sons and daughters-in-law feel like his own children.

He was a stern father at times, but usually he just used his imposing presence to get his point across. Even when we did things that must have disappointed him, he never brought those things up to us later. He had a strong work ethic and we would like to think he imparted that in all of us.

Even though his heritage was Italian, he was a proud American. That was something he surly learned from his father, who became a naturalized citizen and was very active politically in his community. He volunteered for duty in WWII and remained active in the American Legion all his life. He even bought American. Many of us remember the controversy raised when our brother Tony bought a Japanese car!

He was a man of strong faith and I think he lived his faith by example. It was a great comfort to him at some crucial times in his life: losing his first wife, his second wife and facing his own battle with cancer.

He loved to travel and had a chance to see much of the world. He made several trips to Italy , visiting not only the sights, but also family. He loved to play golf and enjoyed the friends he made while playing. He introduced his wife Mary to the game and they played together a lot, especially when they wintered in Florida. Ironically, the last time dad played golf was the day mom died. She rode with dad in the cart and joined their daughter Lisa and her husband Kevin on a very special last day.

Dad didn’t like to complain. Even when his cancer pain was intense, he would keep the pain to himself. If we noticed the pain and said “did you take your pills?” he would say “it’s 7:30 and I’m not supposed to take them until 8:00!”

Although his battle with cancer was difficult, it did give us all time to say some things we may have never found the right time to say before. On his last night I was able to tell him he was the greatest dad a son could have ever had, and if given a choice, I wouldn’t have picked anyone else. I think we all feel the same.

More About Guido B. Sartori:

Burial: August 18, 1999, Plymouth, Wisconsin

Education: 1932, Graduated from Martin Hughes High School, Buhl, MN

Military service: Bet. 1942 – 1945, Served in the U.S. Navy in WWII as an aerographer, 1st Class

Occupation: Bet. 1945 – 1985, Secretary-Treasurer of S&R Cheese Corporation, Plymouth, WI

Marriage Notes for Polly Robinson and Guido Sartori:

Virginia Stackpoole and James Glancey witnesses. Father Leo Oelmann presided.

More About Guido Sartori and Polly Robinson:

Marriage: June 07, 1942, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Kingman, AZ

Child of Polly Robinson and Guido Sartori is:

368 i. Polly Alice7 Sartori, born February 04, 1958 in Plymouth, WI; died February 05, 1958 in Plymouth, WI.

Generation No. 7

251. Donald S7 Baker (Rutherford “R.B.”6, James W.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born January 21, 1937 in Owsley county KY. He married (1) Barbera Lee Thomas in Connersville, Indiana. She was born in Fayette County, Indiana. He married (2) Shirley Ann Hogan 1956 in Blooming Grove Baptist Church, Blooming Grove, Indian, daughter of Curtis Hogan and Carlie Johnson. She was born June 02, 1937 in Heidelberg Lee County, KY.

More About Donald Baker and Barbera Thomas:

Marriage: Connersville, Indiana

Marriage Notes for Donald Baker and Shirley Hogan:

Married by R.B. Baker

More About Donald Baker and Shirley Hogan:

Marriage: 1956, Blooming Grove Baptist Church, Blooming Grove, Indian

Child of Donald Baker and Barbera Thomas is:

+ 369 i. Amy Suzanne8 Baker.

Child of Donald Baker and Shirley Hogan is:

+ 370 i. Sherry Lynn8 Baker, born May 28, 1957 in Connersville, Indiana.

253. Charles Edward7 Baker (Rutherford “R.B.”6, James W.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born February 06, 1942 in Owsley County Kentucky. He married Jennifer Marie Hilbert December 29, 1962 in Connersville, Indiana. She was born April 02, 1944 in Batesville, Indiana.

More About Charles Baker and Jennifer Hilbert:

Marriage: December 29, 1962, Connersville, Indiana

Children of Charles Baker and Jennifer Hilbert are:

+ 371 i. James Kenneth8 Baker, born January 30, 1964 in Connersville, Indiana.

+ 372 ii. Jason Donald Baker, born April 20, 1968 in Dayton, Ohio.

267. Vern7 Charlton (Viola6 Fox, George W.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Betty J. Smith. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Vern Charlton and Betty Smith are:

373 i. Living8 Charlton.

374 ii. Living Charlton.

375 iii. Candice R. Charlton, born Unknown; died Unknown.

268. Donna S.7 Charlton (Viola6 Fox, George W.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Joseph George. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Donna Charlton and Joseph George are:

376 i. Living8 George.

377 ii. Living George. He married Melissa Unknown; born Unknown; died Unknown.

378 iii. Living George.

379 iv. Todd George, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Edith Gay; born Unknown; died Unknown.

272. JR. Living7 Rose (Mary6 Fox, George W.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) He married Living Welch.

Child of Living Rose and Living Welch is:

380 i. Living8 Rose.

284. Ira7 Lainhart (Nora6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Louvera Peters. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Ira Lainhart and Louvera Peters are:

381 i. Living8 Lainhart.

382 ii. Living Lainhart.

383 iii. Living Lainhart.

384 iv. Anthony Lainhart, born Unknown; died Unknown.

285. Marlene7 Lainhart (Nora6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married (1) Daniel Gene Lutz. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married (2) Terry Lee Dye. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

hildren of Marlene Lainhart and Daniel Lutz are:

385 i. Living8 Lutz.

386 ii. Angeline Kay Lutz, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married Bobby Van Winkle; born Unknown; died Unknown.

293. Sharon Kay7 Fox (Harlan6, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married (1) Blaine W. Briggs. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married (2) Gary Higginbotham. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Sharon Fox and Blaine Briggs are:

387 i. Living8 Briggs.

388 ii. Carleton Harlan Briggs, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married (1) Kimberly Dressler; born Unknown; died Unknown. He married (2) Living Weaver.

389 iii. Ronald Blaine Briggs, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married (1) Sonya Grant; born Unknown; died Unknown. He married (2) Kelly Sutterby; born Unknown; died Unknown.

Notes for Ronald Blaine Briggs:

Children of Sharon Fox and Gary Higginbotham are:

390 i. Living8 Higginbotham.

391 ii. Amy Rebecca Higginbotham, born Unknown; died Unknown.

295. Dallas Charles7 Fox (Wade6, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Melba June Fields. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

394 iii. Viola Rene Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married JR. Jack Edward Blade; born Unknown; died Unknown.

395 iv. Phillip Wade Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married (1) Paula Shandella Tracy; born Unknown; died Unknown. He married (2) Lynette Gene Indermill; born Unknown; died Unknown.

296. Duard7 Fox (Wade6, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Cynthia Ann Hampton. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Duard Fox and Cynthia Hampton are:

396 i. Paula June8 Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married Randall Creech; born Unknown; died Unknown.

397 ii. Sherri Leann Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married James Allen Farley; born Unknown; died Unknown.

398 iii. Steven Duard Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Denisa Cole; born Unknown; died Unknown.

308. Elaine7 Fox (Herman6, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married John Floyd. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Elaine Fox and John Floyd are:

399 i. Troy A.8 Floyd, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Paula Ceno; born Unknown; died Unknown.

400 ii. Jason A. Floyd, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Tammy Burnett; born Unknown; died Unknown.

309. Randy7 Fox (Herman6, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (1) Scarlett Ann Thorpe. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (2) Marilyn Burch. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (3) Kim Daniels. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Child of Randy Fox and Scarlett Thorpe is:

401 i. Ashley8 Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Child of Randy Fox and Marilyn Burch is:

402 i. Living8 Fox.

310. Doug7 Fox (Herman6, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Sherri Putterick. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Doug Fox and Sherri Putterick are:

403 i. Living8 Fox.

404 ii. Meagan Fox, born Unknown; died Unknown.

311. Rick7 Fox (Herman6, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Debbie Duvall. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Rick Fox and Debbie Duvall are:

405 i. Living8 Fox.

406 ii. Living Fox.

326. Delmer D.7 Adkins (Lula R.6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Janet Coleman. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Delmer Adkins and Janet Coleman are:

407 i. Living8 Adkins.

408 ii. Brian K. Adkins, born Unknown; died Unknown.

331. Bernice7 Smith (Lola6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married (1) William Bingham. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married (2) Patrick W. Cox. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Bernice Smith and William Bingham are:

409 i. Living8 Bingham.

410 ii. Jama L. Bingham, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Notes for Jama L. Bingham:

332. Phyllis7 Smith (Lola6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married William H. Gabbard. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Phyllis Smith and William Gabbard are:

411 i. Living8 Gabbard.

412 ii. Michelle Lee Gabbard, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Notes for Michelle Lee Gabbard:

333. Alberta7 Smith (Lola6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Marvin Black. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Notes for Alberta Smith:

Notes for Marvin Black:

Children of Alberta Smith and Marvin Black are:

413 i. Living8 Black.

414 ii. Glenn Scott Black, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Notes for Glenn Scott Black:

334. Margaret7 Smith (Lola6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Richard Burton. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Child of Margaret Smith and Richard Burton is:

415 i. Natasha8 Burton, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Notes for Natasha Burton:

335. Glendon7 Smith (Lola6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Yvonne Sue Copeland. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Glendon Smith and Yvonne Copeland are:

416 i. Living8 Smith.

417 ii. Living Smith.

336. Verlon7 Webb (Ora6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (1) Living Whitehead. He married (2) Victoria June Keller. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Child of Verlon Webb and Living Whitehead is:

418 i. Living8 Webb.

Children of Verlon Webb and Victoria Keller are:

419 i. Living8 Webb.

420 ii. Living Webb.

337. Velma7 Webb (Ora6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Ronald Cecil Longworth. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Child of Velma Webb and Ronald Longworth is:

421 i. Lori Leuna8 Longworth, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married Kenneth Eugene Clarke; born Unknown; died Unknown.

Notes for Lori Leuna Longworth:

338. SR. James Marion7 Webb, Sr. (Ora6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Deborah Lynn Barnes. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Notes for SR. James Marion Webb, Sr.:

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Children of James Webb and Deborah Barnes are:

422 i. JR. Living8 Webb.

423 ii. Living Webb.

424 iii. Misty Lynn Webb, born 1975; died 1975.

339. Deloris7 Webb (Ora6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married (1) Timothy Ray Kelley. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married (2) Benjamin Harison Alverson. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married (3) McClain Paul. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Notes for Benjamin Harison Alverson:

Notes for McClain Paul:

Children of Deloris Webb and Timothy Kelley are:

425 i. Living8 Kelley. She married Unknown Stout; born Unknown; died Unknown.

426 ii. Tamera Kay Kelley, born Unknown; died Unknown. She married Aaron Wade Chandler; born Unknown; died Unknown.

Child of Deloris Webb and Benjamin Alverson is:

427 i. Living8 Alverson.

340. Owen Irvin7 Webb (Ora6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (1) Rhonda Kaye Aughe. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (2) Sherri Lynn Findley. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Child of Owen Webb and Sherri Findley is:

428 i. Living8 Webb.

341. Living7 Bingham (Arzella6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) She married Living Watkins.

Child of Living Bingham and Living Watkins is:

429 i. Living8 Watkins.

342. Leon7 Bingham (Arzella6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Connie Vickers. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Leon Bingham and Connie Vickers are:

430 i. Living8 Bingham. He married Living Venable.

431 ii. Living Bingham.

432 iii. Brent Bingham, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Cynthia Kilburn; born Unknown; died Unknown.

343. Cleon7 Bingham (Arzella6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (1) Gale Montgomery. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (2) Patricia Lee Birrell. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Cleon Bingham and Patricia Birrell are:

433 i. Living8 Bingham.

434 ii. Justin Bingham, born Unknown; died Unknown.

Notes for Justin Bingham:

344. Larry7 Bingham (Arzella6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (1) Kathryn Shaffer. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (2) Mary Katherine Neal. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Larry Bingham and Kathryn Shaffer are:

435 i. Living8 Bingham.

436 ii. Living Bingham.

437 iii. Jonathon Larry Bingham, born Unknown; died Unknown. He married Tammy Unknown; born Unknown; died Unknown.

345. Keith7 Bingham (Arzella6 Fox, James B.5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (1) Rhoda Ripple. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married (2) Peggy Mcwhorter. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Child of Keith Bingham and Rhoda Ripple is:

438 i. Alicia Kendra8 Bingham, born Unknown; died Unknown.

355. Constance Ann7 Fox (George D.6, Albert William5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Dan Wagner. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Child of Constance Fox and Dan Wagner is:

439 i. Living8 Wagner.

356. Martha Lou7 Fox (George D.6, Albert William5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Robert T. Lambert. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Martha Fox and Robert Lambert are:

440 i. Living8 Lambert.

441 ii. Katie Lambert, born Unknown; died Unknown.

357. Joanna Lee7 Fox (George D.6, Albert William5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. She married Paul Houck Unknown. He was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

More About Paul Houck and Joanna Fox:

Marriage: Unknown

Children of Joanna Fox and Paul Houck are:

442 i. Living8 Houck.

443 ii. Living Houck.

444 iii. Living Houck.

359. Steven Albert7 Simpson, Sr. (Ruby Armina6 Fox, Albert William5, Polly Ann4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born Unknown, and died Unknown. He married Judith Ann Crane. She was born Unknown, and died Unknown.

Children of Steven Simpson and Judith Crane are:

445 i. Living8 Simpson.

446 ii. Living Simpson.

Generation No. 8

369. Amy Suzanne8 Baker (Donald S7, Rutherford “R.B.”6, James W.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) She married Bryan Ward.

Child of Amy Baker and Bryan Ward is:

447 i. Hannah9 Ward.

370. Sherry Lynn8 Baker (Donald S7, Rutherford “R.B.”6, James W.5, Elizabeth4 Amis, John Horton3, Wiley Horton2, Wiley1 Horton) was born May 28, 1957 in Connersville, Indiana. She married (1) David Volney Williams 1980. He was born August 1952 in Muncie, Indiana, and died November 2000 in Knoxville TN. She married (2) John Wilson Frazier June 05, 1998 in Liberty Baptist Church, Nashville, TN, son of William Frazier and Vivian Speight. He was born January 14, 1942 in Arlington Texas.

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  1. Cricket Amis

    I was shocked to find so many of my family members listed here. My grandfather was Herbert Amis 1892, he married Polly Riley 1898-1936, they had 5 children one of which was my father Paul Amis 1928-1965. I am looking for any information and pictures that are available.

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