Family Tree of Luanne Lynne Vernon Henthorn


Elmer C. Ervin

Ruth Margie Vernon [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 21 Jul 1921 in KS. She died 3 in 1969. Ruth married 4, 5 Elmer C. Ervin on 20 Nov 1937 in Oberlin, Decatur, KS.

There were no children born to this union.


Floyd Richard Haden was born 1, 2 on 17 Jun 1898 in Norcatur, Decatur, KS. He died 3 in Dec 1982 in Bridgeport, Morrill, NE. Floyd married 4 Gladys Frances Cathcart on 6 Jun 1918.

Floyd was the son of Richard Garnett Haden and Mary Maria Mavity. Richard Haden was the brother of Franklin Wilfred Haden who married Laura Evalene Vernon (William and Clarissa Vernon's dau.)

Gladys Frances Cathcart [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i Dick Frank Haden was born 1 on 28 Oct 1919 in Decatur Co., KS. He died 2 on 29 Oct 1992 in Columbus, Platte, NE.
  M ii Donald Joe Haden
  F iii Martha Joyce Haden
  M iv Harold Dean Haden

Guy Walter Shaw was born 1 on 9 May 1899 in Oberlin, Decatur, KS. He died 2 on 22 Aug 1956 in Oberlin, Decatur, KS and was buried in Aug 1956 in Oberlin City Cem., Oberlin, Decatur, KS. Guy married 3, 4 Mary Alta Cathcart on 1 Jun 1924 in Oberlin, Decatur, KS.

Guy was the son of George Herbert SAhw and Estella Louise Drullinger.

Mary Alta Cathcart [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1, 2 on 11 Mar 1902 in Nemaha Co., NE. She died on 25 Jul 1990 in Decatur Co., KS and was buried in Jul 1990 in Oberlin City Cem., Oberlin, Decatur, KS. Mary married 3, 4 Guy Walter Shaw on 1 Jun 1924 in Oberlin, Decatur, KS.

They had the following children:

  M i Joseph William Shaw
  F ii Bonnie Jean Shaw
  M iii Ralph Shaw
  F iv Elna Faye Shaw
  M v Gary Ward Shaw

Harold David Cathcart [Parents] [scrapbook] was born 1 on 31 Jul 1910 in Decatur Co., KS. He died 2, 3 on 18 Mar 1978 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. Harold married 4 Estellene Elizabeth Wildon/Wilson on 4 Aug 1937 in Central City, NE.

harold was born on the old David Vernon place near Norcatur, Decatur, KS.

Estellene Elizabeth Wildon/Wilson was born 1 on 15 Jul 1907 in Wahoo, NE. She died 2 in Dec 1978 in Glendale, Los Angeles, CA. Estellene married 3 Harold David Cathcart on 4 Aug 1937 in Central City, NE.

Estellene was the daughter of Merritt Howell Wilson/Wildon and Mary Hambleton.

They had the following children:

  F i Mary Ninette Cathcart
  F ii Carla Lou Cathcart
  F iii Sharon Ann Cathcart
  F iv Le Ann Sue Cathcart

Dan Ford was born 1 in 1900 in Danville, IL. He died 2 in 1932 in Galveston, TX. Dan married 3 Clarice Ruth Best on 27 Aug 1927 in Denver, Denver, CO.

Clarice Ruth Best [Parents] was born 1 on 17 Sep 1910 in NR. Kanona, Decatur, KS. She died 2 on 25 Mar 1943 in St. Francis, Cheyenne, KS and was buried on 27 Mar 1943 in St. Francis Cem., St. Francis, Cheyenne, KS. Clarice married 3 Dan Ford on 27 Aug 1927 in Denver, Denver, CO.

Other marriages:
O'Leary, Elmer

They had the following children:

  M i Jack Leroy Ford
  F ii Bonnie Mae Ford

Elmer O'Leary was born 1 on 23 Feb 1909 in Cheyenne Co., KS. He died 2 on 11 Dec 1991 in St. Francis, Cheyenne, KS. Elmer married 3 Clarice Ruth Best on 17 Feb 1935 in Oberlin, Decatur, KS.

Clarice Ruth Best [Parents] was born 1 on 17 Sep 1910 in NR. Kanona, Decatur, KS. She died 2 on 25 Mar 1943 in St. Francis, Cheyenne, KS and was buried on 27 Mar 1943 in St. Francis Cem., St. Francis, Cheyenne, KS. Clarice married 3 Elmer O'Leary on 17 Feb 1935 in Oberlin, Decatur, KS.

Other marriages:
Ford, Dan

They had the following children:

  M i Gary Jene O'Leary

Isaac Ogle was born 1 about 1817 in TN. He died 2 on 28 May 1866 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in May 1866 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN. Isaac married Nancy M. Butler.

Page 99
Will of Isaac Ogle
due notice by advertising on Twelve months credit the proceeds to be applied to the payment of my debts the remainder if any to be put in the hands of my Beloved wife Nancy Ogle for the raising and educating my children
Item Second. I desire my beloved wife Nancy Ogle to have the control and benefit of all my other lands during her widowhood and if she remains a Widow as long as she lives and at her death I desire the land sold and the proceeds distributed among all my children, after making the younger children equal in share with those who have married, but I desire my children as they may marry or arrive of age to be made equal with the others.
I desire that my beloved wife shall have all my personal property during her widowhood, as if she remains a widow during her life, and then said personal property to be sold & distributed equal among all my children.
I hereby appoint my son Horatio B. Ogle & Robert Marshall my Executors to carry out the provisions of this Will They to be paid reasonable compensation for their trouble in executing this will
Witness my hand April 22nd 1866
his
Isaac X Ogle
mark

Attest
Isaac Trotter
J. M. Hammer

(From the Sevier Co. On-line Library - www. sevierlibrary.org)

Nancy M. Butler [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 17 Dec 1822 in Sevier Co., TN. She died 3 on 16 Oct 1889 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Oct 1889 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN. Nancy married Isaac Ogle.

They had the following children:

  M i George Ogle was born 1 about 1842 in TN.
  F ii Mary Ann Ogle
  M iii Horatio Ogle was born 1 about 1844 in TN.
  F iv Susannah Ogle was born 1 about 1846 in TN.
  M v John Ogle
  M vi James Ogle
  F vii Jemima Ogle was born 1 about 1853 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M viii Isaac Newton Ogle was born 1 about 1856 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F ix Sarah Ogle was born 1 about 1857 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F x Dicy Ogle was born 1 about 1861 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M xi Tilman F. Ogle
  M xii Robert B. Ogle was born 1 about 1865 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F xiii Margaret Ogle was born 1 about 1867 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M xiv Elijah Ogle was born 1 about 1869 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2 before 1880 in Sevier Co., TN.

Marion C. Clabaugh was born 1 about 1837 in TN. He married Anna Butler.

Anna Butler [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 22 Jul 1824 in Sevier Co., TN. She married Marion C. Clabaugh.

They had the following children:

  F i Jemima C. Clabaugh was born 1 about 1857 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M ii Micajah R. Clabaugh was born 1 about 1861 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M iii William McClellan Clabaugh was born 1 about 1863 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F iv Mary Clabaugh was born 1 about 1864 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M v Mitchell M. Clabaugh was born 1 about 1869 in Sevier Co., TN.

Henry Butler [Parents] was born 1, 2 on 1 Sep 1826 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 3 on 13 Nov 1916 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Nov 1916 in Red Bank Cem., Sevier Co., TN. Henry married Martha R. Emert on 9 Dec 1847 in Sevier, TN.

Will of Henry Butler.
The last will and testament made by Henry Butler.
I, Henry Butler, of Sevier County Tennessee, being of moderate health and of sound mind and disposing memory, do hereby make and publish this my last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all other wills by me at any time heretofore made, and especially one made on the 19th. day of February, 1895
First, It is my will that all of my just debts, including my funeral expenses shall be paid out of any money or means on hand at my death, or which may come into the hands of my Executors after my death.
Second, I will and devise to my son H.C. Butler my home place where I now live, covering what was originally
Will of Henry Butler. Continued.
several tracts, all lying in the 4th. Civil District of Sevier County Tennessee lying on the east side of the big East Fork of Little Pigeon River, adjoining the land of Rilman Robertson on the North, Maples and Wayland on the East, A.W. Butler and John Hodge on the South, and on the West by said River, said described tract includes about twenty (20) acres cut off from the Wayland place for timber to home place, another piece of about (25 or 30) twenty five or thirty acres, which I bought off the Maples land, the Clark Field and a part of a 50 acre entry which I got from David McMahan, known as the Feezel Tract of entry, a part of this last named 50 acre tract, I have heretofore given to my son A.W. Butler.
But this devise to said H.C. Butler is made on this condition and with this understanding: That is to say, he is to take care of my wife Martha R. Butler, and give her a home and support as long as she lives, and it is understood that the old homestead and residence where we now live shall be her home as long as she lives, if she desires to remain there on the place, but should she survise me and desire to make her home elsewhere than at the old home, then she is still to have a compfortable and decent support from the said lands during her natural life and her support
Will of Henry Butler. Continued.


and care as aforsaid is made a specific charge on said lands and which may be enforced by here at any time necessary. This devise further includes as a condition, reasonable care for myself, such as I might need during my natural life, from the said H.C. Butler.
As a third condition on which said devise is made to the said H.C. Butler, he is to pay the following of my heirs the amounts herein named as follows: Sallie Wayland my daughter, he is to pay Three Hundred Dollars, to A.W. Butler the sum of Three Hundred Dollars, to Belle Stuart my daughter the sum of Three Hundred Dollars.
These several sums are made charges on the lands herein devised to the said H.C. Butler, and may be enforced if necassary against him for the benefit of each.
If the said H.C. Butler should desire, by any arrangement between himself and the above named parties, or any of them, he may pay said sums at any time and take receipts therefor to protect him, this I leave to him.
Third, I will and devise to my daughter Sallie wayland, wife of J.W. Wayland, the tract of land on which she now lives in the 4th. Civil District of Sevier County Tennessee, adjoining the lands of Umbarger on the North, Maples on the East, The Home Place devised to H.C. Butler in the last
Will of Henry Butler. Continued.
item, on the South, by Robertson and W.W. Emert on the West, containing about 160 acres, and includes part of the Maples Tract, used for timber up to a conditional line made between the home farm and this land, I especially reserve a road out of this land, throught what is known as the Boadly Field for the use of the Home Farm, I also reserve the privilage of water for the benefit of the Home Place and such right of ingress and egress as may be necessary, so as to do the least damage to the lands herein devised, and at the same time give reasonable convenience for the water aforsaid.

The said Sallie Wayland has been living on said lands for a long number of years, and it is my will that she shall account for no rents or profits for the same, but that she take it free from any such encumbrance. I value this land to her the said Sallie Wayland at $1400.00 Fourteen Hundred Dollars I have given her in money heretofore advanced to her about Three Hundred ($300.00) Dollars, and the sum to be paid her by the said H.C. Butler will make the amount given her by me ($2000.00) Two Thousand Dollars.
Fourth, I will and devise to my son the said A.W. Butler, One Thousand Dollars which I have already advanced to him, in the farm where he now lives, adjoining my home farm, but
Will of Henry Butler. Continued.
on which he is to pay no interest. I also will and devise to said A.W. Butler my one half undivided interest in the G.W. Trotter Farm lying the 5th. Civil District of Sevier County, at or near Pigeon Forge, adjoining the lands of Pleas Trotter Heirs, F.L. Emert and Blair Land on the South, the river and Maty Trotter and Stott on the North, containing in all about (215) Two Hundred and Fifteen acres, I value to him this land at ($2500.00) Two Thousand and Five Hundred Dollars, and he is to pay to my daughter Belle Stuart the sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars, and the rest I give him, to make him Two Thousan Dollars ($2000.00) the same amount I have given to Sallie Wayland.
The Fifteen Hundred Dollars shall be a specific charge on said land, and be due and payable at my death, but should the parties themselves see proper to change the time and terms of payment they can do so.
I also include in what I gave to said A.W. Butler in the home farm a small piece of wood land for the benefit of said Home Place of his, containing something like 15 or 20 acres, and includes about six acres which I bought of atchley, this wood land is bounded by Red Maples, Tom Maples, and my Home Farm, and separated from the latter by a conditional line made by me, running up the Franklin
Will of Henry Butler. Continued.
Hollow with the branch or center, straight to the Tom Maples land. This small tract I devise to said A.W. Butler, especially for the benefit of timber to his Home Place, and it is my will that he shall keep it and use it for that purpose, and should he see proper not to keep it and use if for said purpose, it shall then fall back to my Home Farm and become a part and parcel of it, and go with it.

Fifth, I will and bequeath to my daughter Belle Stuart, the sum of Fifteen Hundred Dollars to be paid to her by my son A.W. Butler out of the land devises to him, as will be seen in item Four of this will. Three Hundred Dollars to be paid to her by H.C. Butler, as specified in Item Two of this my will, and I have already paid her the sum of Two Hundred Dollars, which makes her Two Thousand, the same amount given to Sallie Wayland and A.W. Butler.
Sixth, I will and devise to the Children of my deceased daughter, N.M. Wallace, to wit: Ottie Wallace, Lula Lane, fermerly Wallace, John Wallace and Bertie Wallace, a tract of land located in the 4th. Civil District of Sevier County, Tennessee, adjoining lands of Webb, Ferguson, Seaton and Mitchell, containing 150 acres more or less, known as the Philip Roberts Farm, and I value this land to them at the
Will of Henry Butler. Continued.
price of Fourteen Hundred Dollars; I had given my said daughter the said N.M. Wallace, in her life time the sum of Six Hundred Dollars, which added to the value of the tract of land devised herein to her children makes them and her the sum of Two Thousand Dollars which it has been my purpose to give to and provide for all my children alike, making no difference or distinction among them up to this amount.
Should any of said Wallace heirs desire to sell or dispose of their interest in said tract of land so willed to them, they may do so by giving receipts, or such other evidences of payment and transfer as they see proper, and when the money representing the purchase price, shall have been paid them, it is my will that their vendee shall stand in their room and stead in my Will, and receive the amount so devised to such one, I make this last provision because some or all of said Wallace Children, as they become of age, or afterwards, may wish to dispose of their interest in said land for money or other valuable consideration, rather than to hold on to the land.
Seventh, I have valued the Home Farm where I now live to H.C. Butler my son, at Two Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars ($2900.00), which may be a little low, but it is charged
Will of Henry Butler. Continued.
with the support of my wife, should she survive me and he is required to care for and provide for both her and myself as provided in item two of this will; and this may be much or little, we cant tell.

Eighth, It is my will that my Executors, as soon as practicable after my death, shall sell at public sale, all of my personal property then on hands, except such household and kitchen goods as my wife might wish to retain, should she survive me, and divide the proceeds equally among my four childred, viz: Sallie Wayland, A.W. Butler, BElle Stuart and H.C. Butler I also direct that all money, notes or other choses in action on hands at my death, de divided equally among my said four children just above named in this item.
Ninth, It is my will that my wife the said Martha R. Butler, shall have and control her own personal property, whether money, notes or other kinds, and dispose of it as she may see proper, it not being my purpose to in any way interfere with her property or her disposition of it.
Tenth, I hereby appoint my two sons A.W. Butler and H.C. Butler as my Executors to execute and carry out this my last will. And I specially waive bond, and desire that they not be required to give bond for this purpose, as I
Will of Henry Butler. Continued.
have confidence in them to do right and discharge their full duty as herein required of them. All interlineations in the hand writing of the draftsman were made and read before signing.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand in the presence of witnesses, on this 24th. day of February, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Two 1902.
Henry Butler.
We the undersigned parties, were specially called by Henry Butler to witness the foregoing instrument which he stated to us was his will, and he signed his name in our presence, and we both signed the same in his presence and in the presence of each other. This the day and date above written.
J.R. Penland
A.M. Paine.
Codicil.


I Henry Butler, being of sound mind and disposing memory and for reasons I deem good and satisfacorty to myself, hereby make the following change in and amendment to the foregoing will: That is to say on page four and in item four of said will I devised a small tract of land containing about 15 or 20 acres and including about six
Will of Henry Butler. Continued.
acres which I bought of atchley to my son A.W. Butler, the description of said devise &c. begins in line 16 on said page 5 and ends in line 21 on same page, with the word Atchley, the same small parcel of land I now hereby devise and will to my son H.C. Butler, to go with his other lands on Home Farm and A.W. Butler Farm, which the said H.C. Butler has now bought, and I modify and revoke said part of said fourth item to this extent, and no further or otherwise.
In witness whereof I hereto set my hand, on this 26 day of February, 1906.
Henry Butler.
We the undersigned were specially called as witnesses by said Henry Butler, who signed his name in our presence to said above codicil, and we signed same as witnesses in his presence on same day above shown.
J.R. PEnland
G.H. Wynn.
The within will was probated by the County Court of Sevier County Tennessee, on the 21 day of Fenruary, 1917.
A.T. Marshall, Clerk.

(From the Sevier Co. On-line Library - www.sevierlibrary.org)

Martha R. Emert was born 1 on 25 Oct 1829 in TN. She died 2, 3 on 10 Jan 1905 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Jan 1905 in Red Bank Cem., Sevier Co., TN. Martha married Henry Butler on 9 Dec 1847 in Sevier, TN.

They had the following children:

  F i Sarah Ann Butler
  F ii Mary Elizabeth Butler was born 1 on 9 Jan 1851 in Sevier Co., TN. She died 2 on 12 Jan 1851 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Jan 1851 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN.
  F iii Louisa Jane Butler was born 1 on 12 May 1852 in Sevier Co., TN. She died 2, 3 on 18 Aug 1853 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Aug 1853 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN.
  M iv Daniel Atkins Butler was born 1 on 28 Jan 1854 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2, 3 on 17 Feb 1854 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Feb 1854 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN.
  F v Nancy Melissa Butler
  M vi Ashley Wynn Butler
  M vii John E. Butler was born 1, 2 on 12 Oct 1859 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 3, 4 on 2 Sep 1878 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Sep 1878 in Red Bank Cem., Sevier Co., TN.
  F viii Ida Florence Butler was born 1 on 21 Jul 1863 in Sevier Co., TN. She died 2, 3 on 22 Feb 1864 in Middle Creek, Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Feb 1864 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN.
  F ix Martha Belle Butler
  M x Henry Campbell "Cam" Butler

John T. Butler [Parents] was born 1 on 20 Mar 1828 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 2 on 18 Sep 1913 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Sep 1913 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN. John married Emeline Bogart in TN.

Emeline Bogart was born 1, 2 on 12 Nov 1835 in TN. She died 3, 4 on 7 Feb 1891 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Feb 1891 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN. Emeline married John T. Butler in TN.

They had the following children:

  M i James R. Butler was born 1 about 1850 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M ii George F. Butler was born 1 about 1853 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M iii Micajah R. Butler was born 1 about 1855 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F iv Sarah E. Butler was born 1 about 1859 in Sevier Co., TN.
  M v Samuel H. Butler was born 1, 2 on 15 Feb 1862 in Sevier Co., TN. He died 3 on 7 Sep 1888 in Sevier Co., TN and was buried in Sep 1888 in Middle Creek Cem., Sevier Co., TN.
  M vi William B. Butler was born 1 about 1864 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F vii Mary J. Butler was born 1 in Apr 1866 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F viii Ann D. Butler was born 1 about 1868 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F ix Mattie M. Butler
  M x J. M. Butler was born 1 about 1873 in Sevier Co., TN.
  F xi M. M. Butler was born 1 about 1877 in Sevier Co., TN.

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