MUCK / STEWART Family File, a work in progress

Entries: 2670    Updated: 2012-05-18 01:51:03 UTC (Fri)    Contact: Wilene Smith

Please refer to the above named file when writing with additions, corrections, or comments.
Without that information, we cannot respond to your e-mail.
Before you write us, rest assured that everything we know or have is already transcribed into this file in great detail
so please do not ask if we can supply you with more information than you see in these pages.

Index | Descendancy | Register | Public Profile | Add Post-em

  • ID: I0266
  • Name: Daniel BALES\BEALS
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1815 in Ohio
  • Death: 1877
  • Note:
    1850 Randolph Co., IN, census, p.21A, Monroe Twp.:
    285/286, Daniel Bales, 36 M, farmer, OH; Elizabeth, 33 F, OH;
    Matilda, 15 F, IN; Eli, 10 M, IN; Delila, 8 F, IN; Martha J., 6 F, IN;
    Sarah C., 3 F, IN. Matilda, Eli, Delila, Martha attend school.

    1860 Mercer Co., MO, census, p.200, Washington Twp., Middlebury P.O., June 19, 1860, J.R. Clark:
    728/728, Daniel Bales, 45 M W, farmer, OH; Elizabeth, 44 F W, OH;
    Jane, 17 F W, IN; James W., 5 M W, IA; John, 1 M W, MO. Jane and James attend school.

    Bible Records of Missouri, Volume III (Ancestry.com)
    Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, comp., Bible Records of Missouri, Volume 1 (Chillicothe, MO: Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, 1963).

    Beals Holloway Bales
    This material was sent to me by Mayme L. Bales, Linneus, Missouri, in 1961 .... "The 'Bits' I recorded on the Holloway and Beals or Bales families cover what I most desire when I am on a family quest for data, and only hope that someone in the future will appreciate the efforts made."

    Isaac Holloway came from England to Stafford County, in old Virginia and married Mary Ann Humes. Their heirs were: Amos, Acey, William, Grace, Abel, Mary, Sarah, Abner, and Nathan.

    William Holloway married Sarah Stanley of Irish descent and they moved to Carmel County, Virginia, in 1790. Their heirs were: John, born 1791. He married a Miss Levicey Hodgson, in 1817; Elizabeth, born 1793 married Joab Thornbury; Grace, born 1795; Samuel, born 1797; Pleasant, born 1799 married Permelia Stanley; George, born 1801 married Suphire Truuat; Sarah, born 1803 married William Dickey; and William, born 1805. Apparently the William of 1805 moved to Ohio, in 1814, with his father.

    John and Levicey (Hodgson) Holloway had the following heirs: Joab, born April 8, 1818, died March 31, 1901, married Mary Rooks, born August 22, 1819, died April 15, 1873. Burials in Union Grove Cemetery, near Laredo, Missouri. Elizabeth, born February 1, 1820, died September 30, 1846 married Samuel Rooks; Sarah, born December 28, 1821; John W., born July 23, 1825, died December 13, 1889 married Mary Ann Merryman, born May 11, 1828, of Rockcastle, Virginia, died April 14, 1911. Burials in Union Grove Cemetery, near Laredo, Missouri; Rebecca, born September 6, 1828, died December 21, 1850. (These heirs were born in Crundy [sic] County, Missouri, near Laredo, Missouri, or migrated to this County from Carmel County, Virginia, when young.)

    Joab and Mary (Rooks) Holloway, of Grundy County, Missouri had the following heirs: Elizabeth, William A., born January 23, 1839, died September 24, 1925. In 1861, he married Deborah Duffy, who died in 1908. Burials in East Cemetery, Galt, Missouri. He was a member of the G. A. R. and a Corporal in Company D Vol. Veteran Regiment of the 2nd Division, Morrill's House. After the close of the Civil War, this family lived near the Union School, in the vicinity of Laredo, Missouri and Lindley. Later moved to Galt, Missouri, where he died; Ellen, Sarah married Sam L. Williams. Burials in East Cemetery, Galt, Missouri; Clarkson, Elisha married Florence Quick, May 9, 1869, at the home of his parents in Grundy County, Missouri. Florence was the daughter of Mrs. Matilda H. (Nolin) Quick-Bales, born September 6, 1832, in Kentucky; louis, Eliza, Lydia married Dolph Ziegler; three unknown; Louiza Jane Holloway, born Sept. 23, 1855, died in 1878. Her burial in Union Grove Gemetery, near Laredo, Missouri. On May 9, 1869, when fourteen years of age, she married Levi Beals, at the home of her parents. Elisha Holloway and Florence Quick were married in the same ceremony. Levi Beals, born July 25, 1852, near Farmland, in Randolph County, Indiana, came with his parents, Daniel and Lavina (Hyatt) Bales and his brother, William Riley Bales, to Grundy and Sullivan County, Missouri, in 1866. Levi Beals died at his home in Sugar City, Colorado, February 12, 1937. Burial in Lakeview Cemetery, near this town. (See Beals-Bales family record).

    Louiza Jane (Holloway) Beals and Levi Beals had the following heirs: Frank Ulyssis, born August 1, 1872, near Laredo, Missouri, died October 20, 1872. Burial in Union Grove Cemetery, near Laredo, Missouri; Morris Luther Bales, born in Carroll County, Missouri, March 31, 1874, died May 11, 1945 at his home in Sugar City, Colorado. Burial in Lakeview Cemetery, Sugar City, Colorado, beside his father. (He was only four years of age when his Mother died in 1878); Lewis William Beals, born in Grundy County, Missouri, near Trenton, Missouri, August 10, 1876, died at his home in Sugar City, Colorado, September 24, 1957. Burial in Lakeview Cemetery, at Sugar City, Colorado, near the graves of his father and brother. (He was only two years of age when his Mother died in 1878). Lewis William Beals did not marry. On October 25, 1896, Morris Luther Bales married Cora Esther Dearing, born April 13, 1875, near Humphreys, Mo., the daughter of Jacob Madison and Eunice Catherin (McGee) Dearing, who lived 7 1/2 miles northeast of Humphreys, Missouri. The heirs of Morris Luther and Cora Esther (Dearing) Bales are as follows: Ira Clarence Bales, born September 29, 1897, near Humphreys, Missouri, died December 25, 1898, at Cambridge, Nebraska, burial twelve miles north of this prairie town; Arthur Wilbur Bales, of Independence, Missouri, born April 20, 1901, in Humphreys, Missouri. He was a Veteran of World War I. On January 18, 1928, in Kansas City, Missouri, he married Rub Hemenway, born September 30, 1901 in Sedalia, Missouri, the daughter of Robert and Anna Maude (McComb) Hemenway; Mayme Louisa Bales, of Linneus, Missouri, born January 20, 1904, near McCracken, Kansas, in Ness County; Verill Dearing Bales, of Independence, Missouri, born January 1, 1909, near McCracken, Kansas, in Ness County. He married Nellie Jane Amermon, in Kansas City, Missouri, December 31, 1931. Nellie was born April 5, 1910, in Bevier, Missouri, the daughter of George Wilson and Anna Amermon. The mother, Cora Esther (Dearing) Bales, passed away at her home in Linneus, Missouri, July 28, 1939. Interment in the I. O. O. F. Cemetery, Linneus, Missouri.

    John W. and Mary Ann (Merryman) Holloway had the following heirs; Daniel Allen, born December 13, 1845 in Grundy County, Missouri and on January 10, 1867, he married Miss Julia F. Tindall, born July 29, 1829, died January 30, 1909. Burials in Sand Bank Cemetery, Laredo, Missouri. The graves of John W. and Mary Ann (Merryman) Holloway are in the Union Grove Cemetery, Laredo, Missouri; Jasper N., John W., Sarah F., Benjamin P., Mary P., Reuben A., Permelia E., William T., Lillie May, Joab Alfred, Anna, Charles, and George.

    Daniel Allen and Julia F. (Tindall) Holloway, of Dunlap, Missouri, had the following heirs: Leona, born December 29, 1867; Dorothy, born November 6, 1869; Willard, born September 3, 1876; Mary Lena, born May 4, 1877; John R., born August 26, 1879, Olive, born September 11, 1884; Daniel H., born October 5, 1886 married Virginia Warren, in 1919; Alice L., born 1889, and Everett T., born June 26, 1894.

    Daniel H. and Virginia (Warren) Holloway, of Grundy County, now of Sun City, Arizona, had the following heirs: W. W. Holloway, of Hickman Mills, Missouri; Robert Holloway, of Decatur, Alabama. The father, Daniel H. Holloway, spent fifty years as an Educator of Youth. He was Principal of Westport High School, in Kansas City, Missouri, for twenty-eight year, retiring from his career in December, 1956.

    W. W. and Mrs. Holloway have one heir: Richard Holloway, born in 1953.

    Robert and Mrs. Holloway have the following heirs: Danny Holloway, born in 1952; Jim, born in 1954; and Bill, born in 1956.

    NOTE: The greater part of this Holloway family record, was compiled by the late Daniel Allen Holloway, of Dunlap, Missouri in Grundy, County. I, Mayme Louisa Bales, am a great-grand-daughter of Joab and Mary (Rooks) Holloway, of Laredo, Missouri.
    Mayme Louisa Bales Linneus, Missouri March 31, 1961

    Beals-Bales

    Mr. Beals and wife, Catharine Beals were the parents of Amer Jackson Beals and Daniel Beals. Later in life, the two sons changed the spelling of their name from the original Beals to Bales.

    Amer Jackson Bales married Harriett Higgenbottom. They were the parents of the following children, namely: William Bales, a Civil War Veteran; Thomas Higgenbottom Bales, a Civil War Veteran with the 57th Indiana Regiment, Company C.; Daniel Bales, a Civil War Veteran; Joe Bales, a Civil War Veteran; and Sarah Bales. Sarah married Hiram Mapes and they were the parents of Elmef Mapes and William Mapes, who married Lillie Jeffers. Harriett (Higgenbottom) Bales died in Indian and Amer Jackson Bales remarried before the start of the Civil War. (1851-1854)

    Thomas Higgenbottom Bales married Mrs. Delsina (Bates) Jeffers, who was the mother of the following children by a previous marriage, namely: Lillie Jeffers, who married William Mapes, the son of Sarah (Bales) and Hiram Mapes; Alice Jeffers, Henry Jeffers, Edward Jeffers and Christy Jeffers. The Bales children were as follows: Thomas Payne Bales, of Smila, Colo. born October 5, 1879; Viretta Matilda Bales, who married Jess Mitchem; Mammie Mallisie Bales, deceased; Florence Elizabeth Bales, who married Lon Mitchem; Winifred Lavina Eales, who married Charley Clark; Clarence Cecil Bales, who married Polly Burgess, a daughter of William J. Burgess, born in Indiana and Mary Jane (Wyatt) Burgess; Justin Earl Bales; Amer Jackson Bales, died when five months of age; and Myrtle Elnora Bell Blanche Bales. (As of March 31, 1961, these families reside in McCook, Nebraska).

    Clarence Cecil and Polly (Burgess) Bales. of McCook, Nebraska, were the parents of the following children, namely: Mairie (Bales) Patton; Evelyn (Bales Park; Warren C. Bales, of Fullerton, California; William T. Bales, of Fllerton, Calif.; Virgil C. Bales, of Garden Grove, Calif; Floy Bales, of Trenton, New Jersey; Ardith (Bales) Pinkal, and Sharoln (Bales) Courange.

    Amer Jackson Bales, of Randolph County, Indiana, married Mrs. Matilda H. (Nolin) Quick, this being the second marriage for both. Natilda was born September 6, 1832, in Kentucky. She was the mother of two children by a former marriage: Henry Quick and Florence Quick. Later, Florence married Elisha Holloway, in Grundy County, Missouri, on May 9, 1869. Amer Jackson Bales and Matilda were married before the start of the Civil War, possibly in the year 1859, or earlier, as their only child, Cassius Clay Bales was born November 9, 1860, near Farmland, in Randolph County, Indiana. Now the War between the States was shaping up. After the Civil War was declared in 1861, Amer Jackson Bales and his four sons by his previous marriage to Harriett Higgenbottom, joined the Union forces sometime during this conflict. Before Amer Jackson Bales departed for Service to his country, he requested of his brother, Daniel Bales, who lived near Farmland, in Randolph County, Indiana, to care for his wife, Matilda, Florence and Henry Quick, and his own son, Cassius Clay Bales, should he not return. Amer Jackson Bales was killed during this conflict and Daniel Bales did as had been requested of him. In the year 1866, Matilda H. (Nolin) Quick-Bales and the three children left Randolph County, Indiana, accompaning the Daniel Bales family to Sullivan and Grundy County, Missouri. This same year, 1866, Lavina (Hyatt) Bales died, the wife of Daniel Bales. Later, he married his sister in law, Matilda Bales.

    Cassius Clay Bales, of Sullivan County, Missouri, married Anna Elizabeth Brumbaugh, November 26, 1881. He died in May, 1947 or 1948. Anna Elizabeth Brumbaugh was born January 11, 1864 in Sullivan County, Missouri, a daughter of John and Abbigal Brumbaugh. Anna Elizabeth died in March, 1946. She and Cassius Clay Bales were interred in a Cemetery located near Fairbury, Nebraska. They were parents of eleven children, namely: Edgar Leroy Bales; J. Jackson Bales; Carl E. Bales, born in McCook, Nebraska. His wife, Ollie, was born in Green Castle, Missouri. They were married in Milan, Missouri; Blanche Bales married Bert Kirby; Pearl Bales, born in Red Willow County, Nebraska, August 3, 1892 married December 2, 1913, in Milan, Missouri Thomas Edward McCarty, born December 22, 1886, in Milan, Missouri; Cecil M. Bales, born in Browning, Missouri, February 22, 1896 married March 20, 1919 in Sault Saint Marie, Michigan, to Donnella Banks, born March 15, 1900, in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan; Ernest L. Bales, born March 15, 1897, married May 3, 1918 in Browning, Missouri Neva Nickell, born January 19, 1899 in Browning, Missouri; Cassie Bales, age five, died; Iona, ag eight died; Neville Bales, born in Stickerville, Missouri, September 23, 1907 married May 28, 1933 in Fairbury, Nebraska to Lillian Overholser, born July 9, 1915 in Ohioway, Nebraska; and a Bales infant died.

    Carl E. and Ollie Bales, of Eldora, Iowa, are the parents and grandparents of the following children, namely: Regina Bales, born in Green Castle, Missouri, married Murial Ferguson, in Yuma, Arizona. (Ferguson children: Beverley and George, born in Eldora, Iowa); Gerald Bales, born in Green Castle, Mo.; married Lenora, in Rochester, Minnesota. (Bales children: Joanne and Richard, born in Eldora, Iowa); Frankie Bales, born in Green Castle, Missouri, married Floyd Ford, in Los Angeles, California. (Ford children: Larry, born in Eldora, Iowa; and Ronnie, born in Manhatten Beach, California); and Kenneth Bales, born in Green Castle, Missouri.

    Blanche (Bales) and Bert Kirby are the parents of the following children: namely, Beulah (Kirby) Davis, born in Green Castle, Missouri; Emma (Kirby) Bundy, born in Fairbury, Nebr.; and Cassius Kirby, born in Fairbury, Nebraska.

    Pearl (Pales) and Thomas Edward McCarty are the parents and grandparents of the following children: Anna Margaret, born in Green Castle, Missouri, November 5, 1914 married in Milan Missouri December 28, 1936 Earl Miller. Miller children are: Barbara Jean, born October 3, 1937; Mary Marlene, born November 17, 1938; and Michael Earl, born October 5, 1947. Each was born in Eldora, Iowa; John Edwin, born in Milan, Mo. May 1, 1917 married February 1, 1939 in Eldora, Iowa to Nellie May Wilson. McCarty children: Lorretta Eillen, born August 28, 1939 and Nellie Irene, born August 10, 1938; Mary Lorraine, born in Milan, Missouri, August 13, 1919 married January 19, 1946 in Memphis, Tennessee, to Lafayette Pierce Dowda. Dowda children: Gary, born October 30, 1946, in Eldora, Iowa; Thomas Pierce, born October 7, 1947, in Memphis, Tennessee, and Larry, born September 21, 1948 in Memphis, Tennessee; Thomas Junior, born in Browning Missouri, July 26, 1924; Veronica Pearl, born in Eldora, Iowa, September 3, 1931 married June 27, 1950 in Eldora, Iowa Erwin Saylor.

    Cecil M. and Donnella (Banks) Bales are the parents of the following children, namely. Janet Elizabeth, born in Belleville, Kansas, January 2, 1922 married May 10, 1941 in Sault Sainte Mairie, Michigan, to Ossian Piippo. (Piippo children: Donna Ann, born August 15, 1943 in Sault Sainte Mairie, Mich.; Frederick Charles, born October 13, 1946, in Detroit, Mich; Janet Lee, born July 4, 1948, in Detroit, Mich.; Dale Allen, born August 21, 1955, in Sault Sainte Mairie, Mich.; Carolyn born October 3, 1956, in Sault Sainte Marie, Mich.); Charles Clay Bales, born November 9, 1925 in Sault Sainte Mairie, Mich. was married to Betty, March 23, 1945 in New Port, Rhode Island. (Bales children: Betty Noel, born Oct. 1, 1946, in Detroit, Michigan: Charles Kay, born May 19, 1948 in Detroit, Mich.)

    Ernest L. and Neva (Nickell) Bales, of Fairbury, Nebraska, are the parents and grand-parents of the following children: Edward Eugene Bales, born in Fairbury, Nebraska, November 10, 1919, was married March 22, 1940, in Washington, Kansas, to Joy Seacord, born in Fairbury, Nebraska. They live in Bremerton, Washington. (Bales children: Robert Eugene Bales, born February 28, 1941, in Fairbury, Nebraska, and Joyce Ann Bales, born May 30, 1943, in Grand Island, Nebraska); Ernest Loren Bales, born May 20, 1921; Richard M. Bales, of Beatrice, Nebr., born in Fairbury, Nebr., November 8, 1922 married September 26, 1942, in Washington, Kansas, to Dorothy Mills, born October 9, 1922, in Beatrice, Nebraska. (Bales children: Joyce Louise, born June 25, 1943, in Beatrice, Nebraska and Richie, born October 24, 1946, in Beatrice, Nebraska); Eunice Lorene Bales, born July 2, 1924, was married April 6, 1941, in Beatrice, Neb. to James Fitzgerald. (Fitzgerald children: Beverly Joan, born March 24, 1943, in Fairbury, Neb.; Pauline Pearl, born February 12, 1947, in Fairbury, Nebraska, and James Ernest, born November 8, 1955); Lewis Dale Bales, born January 20, 1926, married on March 7, 1945, in Washington, Kansas, to Jeanie Harris. They live in Fairbury, Neb. (Bales children: Lewis Loren, born Oct. 5, 1946, in Fairbury, Nebraska; Ronald Dean, born October 1, 1948, in Fairbury, Nebraska, and Buddy Leroy born May 19 1950in Fairbury, Nebraska); Dorothy Lee Bales, born February 11, 1928 married Andrew Eberhardt, in Deshler, Nebraska. They live in Tacoma, Washington. (Diana Linn Eberhardt, born September 12, 1949, in Deshler, Nebraska, and Dannie Ray Eberhardt, born July, 1952, in Deshler, Nebraska); Cecil Maynard Bales, September 11, 1937; and Neville.

    Neville and Lillian (Overholser) Bales, of Alliance, Ohio are the parents of the following children, namely: Nona Bales, born April 11, 1935, in Fairbury, Nebraska; Larry Bales, born January 25, 1938, in Fairbury, Nebraska, and Freddie Bales, born July 6, 1939, in Fairbury, Nebraska.

    Beals-Bales

    Mr. Beals and wife, Catharine Beals were the parents of Amer Jackson Beals and Daniel Beals. Later in life, the two sons changed the spelling of their name from the original Beals to Bales.

    Daniel Bales married Lavina Hyatt. They were the parents of five children, born in Randolph County, Indiana, near Farmland. Namely: Three infants died; Levi Beals, born July 25, 1852; William Riley Bales, born July 17, 1864. In the year 1866 Daniel and Lavina (Hyatt) Bales, with sons Levi, age fourteen and William Riley, aged two years, departed from Farmland, Indiana, emigrating to Sullivan County, Missouri, in the vicinity of Milan, Missouri, bringing the widow, Mrs. Matilda H. (Nolin) Quick-Bales and her three children, Florence and Henry Quick and Cassius Clay Bales, with them, not forgetting the request that had been made by his brother, Amer Jackson Bales (Now deceased and the former husband of Matilda.) This same year, Lavina (Hyatt) Bales died. It is not known where her burial was made. Later, Daniel Bales married his sister in law, Mrs. Matilda H. (Nolin) Quick Bales. No children were born to this couple. After the Missouri residence, Daniel and Matilda Bales migrated to Cambridge, Nebraska, located twelve miles north of this town on prairie land. The five children, all grown now, remained in Missouri at this time, establishing homes of their own. Florence Quick married Elisha Holloway, May 9, 1869, in Grundy County, Missouri. Later they moved to Cambridge, Nebraska and Blackfoot, Idaho. In later life, Daniel Bales lost his eyesight, due to accidents. He and Matilda were of the Mennonite Faith. Matilda was born, September 6, 1832, in Kentucky, died in 1902. Son, Levi Beals, a widower since 1878 and who had left Grundy County, Missouri, in 1898, to reside in Nebraska cared for his blind father until death claimed this good man in July, 1905. Daniel and Matilda's burial just west of the old Bales homestead.

    Levi Beals, of Grundy County, Missouri, was married May 9, 1869, to Louiza Jane Holloway, born September 23, 1855, in Grundy County, Missouri, the daughter of Joab and Mary (Rooks) Holloway. This was a double wedding, Elisha Holloway and Florence Quick being married in the same ceremony, at the Holloway home. Levi and Louiza Jane (Holloway) Beals was the parents of the following children, namely: Frank Ulssis Bales, born in Grundy County, Missouri, August 1, 1872, died October 20, 1872. Burial in Union Grove Cemetery, near Laredo, Missouri Morris Luther Bales, born March 31, 1874, in Carroll County, Missouri; Lewis William Beals, born August 10, 1876, near Trenton, Missouri. In the year 1878, this young mother, Louiza Jane (Holloway) Beals, died. Her burial in Union Grove Cemetery near Laredo, Missouri. This cemetery is a very old one, being a part of the Joab Holloway farm, years ago. Levi Beals and his small sons, lived near the J. W. Morris family, who employed Levi Beals as the trainer and keeper of thorough-bred horses, and a Mr. and Mrs. Fountain Warren. These families took an interest in the motherless boys, having them in their homes many many times during the period of 1878-1886. In 1894, Lewis William Beals located in Blackfoot, Idaho, Morris Luther Bales married in 1896 and the father, Levi Beals, left Missouri, in 1898, to locate near Cambridge, Nebraska. In 1915, Levi Beals moved to Sugar City, Colorado, where he was a homesteader. His two sons had previously established homes in this locality. Levi Beals was a religious man, being a member of the Brethern Church, when he died February 12, 1937. Burial in Lakeview Cemetery, near this western town.

    William Riley Bales, of Sullivan County, Missouri, was married January 4, 1891, to Mary Louisa Dearing, born December 15, 1872, the daughter of Jacob Madison Dearing and Eunice Catherine (McGee) Dearing, who lived 7 1/2 miles northeast of Humphreys, Missouri, in Sullivan County. William Riley and Mary Louisa (Dearing) Bales were the parents and grandparents of the following children, namely: Zura Annis Bales, born July 25, 1891, near Humphreys, Missouri, married September 15, 1907 to Henry Roy Downing, born January 10, 1886, a son of Henry F. and Nancy J. (Nichols) Downing, of Browning, Missouri; Eunice Lavina Bales, born August 3, 1894, near Humphreys, Missouri, was married to William Harrison Blackburn, born August 13, 1888, a son of James and Ellen (Hale) Blackburn, of Purdin, Missouri. (Blackburn children: Max Junior, born August 6, 1913; Rex Eugene, born November 5, 1914; Harry Leroy, born August 30, 1916 James Merle, born April 5, 1919; Catherine Virginia, born November 10, 1920; Helen Louise, born February 4, 1922; Mary Ellen, born October 17, 1924). William Rogan Bales, born March 22, 1898 near Humphreys, Missouri, died December 26, 1898, at Cambridge, Nebraska. Burial twelve miles north of town. In 1898, William Riley Bales and family, moved to Cambridge, Nebraska, where other of the Bales people now lived. However, this family returned to Humphreys, Missouri, in 1900, residing there until 1901, at which time they moved to Linn County, west of Purdin, Missouri, where William Riley Bales had a saw mill. A thriving business in those days. In 1902, the present home in Purdin was purchased. W. Riley was a carpenter and he and his family were members of the Methodist Church, Death claimed this good man, September 11, 1943. Burial in the Purdin Cemetery, Purdin, Mo.

    Morris Luther Bales, a son of Levi and Louiza Jane (Holloway) Beals, was married on October 25, 1896, near Milan, Missouri, to Cora Esther Dearing, born April 13, 1875, the youngest daughter of Jacob Madison and Eunice Catherine (McGee) Dearing, who resided 7 1/2 miles northeast of Humphreys, Missouri, in Sullivan County. Morris Luther and Cora Esther (Dearing) Bales at this time were the parents of the following children, namely: Ira Clarence Bales, born September 29, 1897, near Humphreys Missouri. He died on December 25, 1898, at Cambridge, Nebraska burial twelve miles north of this town, Arthur Wilbur Bales, born April 20, 1901, in Humphreys, Missouri. He was a veteran of World War I. On January 18, 1928, in Kansas City, Missouri he married Miss Ruby Hemenway, born September 30, 1901, in Sedalia, Missouri, the daughter of Robert and Anna Maude (McComb) Hemenway. No children born to this couple; Mayme Louisa Bales, born January 20, 1904, near McCracken, Kansas, in Ness County; Annis Lorraine Bales, born April 6, 1906, near McCracken, Kansas in Ness County; Verill Dearing Bales, born January 1, 1909, near McCracken, Kansas, in Ness County, was married in Kansas City, Missouri, December 31, 1931, to Nellie Jane Amermon, born April 5, 1910, in Bevier, Missouri, the daughter of George Wilson and Anna Amermon. (Arthur and Verill live in Independence, Mo. Mayme and Annis live in Linneus, Missouri.) Morris Luther and Cora Esther (D) Bales lived near Laredo and Humphreys, Missouri, until the year 1898, when they moved to Cambridge, Nebraska, returning to Milan, Missouri, in 1900. Morris Luther Bales located his little family near McCracken, Kansas, in 1902. In 1915, these parents and four children homesteaded land to the northeast of Sugar City, Colorado. Morris Luther Bales died May 11, 1945, burial in Lakeview Cemetery (Beside his father), at Sugar City, Colorado. Cora Esther (Dearing) Bales died at her home in Linneus, Missouri, July 28, 1939. Burial in the I. O. O. F. Cemetery, near town. Both Luther and Cora were members of the Methodist Church. Lewis William Beals, a son of Levi and Louiza Jane (Holloway) Beals, was a single gentleman. He located in Blackfoot, Idaho, in 1894. In 1915, he too, located in Sugar City, Colorado, where he died September 24, 1957. Burial in Lakeview Cemetery, Sugar City, Colorado.

    Verrill Dearing and Nellie Jane (Amermon) Bales, of Independence, Missouri, have the following heirs, namely: Roland Wilbur Bales, born October 19, 1935, in Kansas City, Missouri. He was married May 18, 1958, in Kansas City, Missouri to Virginia Gayle Bain, born January 3, 1940, the daughter of Virgil E. and Mrs. Bain; David Wilson Bales, born December 29, 1938, in Kansas City, Missouri, was married November 26, 1959, in Kansas City, Missouri, to Mary Flora Garnette McLaughlin, born October 1, 1941, the daughter of Robert E. and Mrs. McLaughlin; Morris Eugene Bales, born June 27, 1945, in Kansas City, Missouri.

    Roland Wilbur and Virginia Gayle (Bain) Bales are the parents of one heir: David Eugene Bales, born February 19, 1960 in Lawton, Oklahoma.

    Mayme Louisa Bales




    Marriage 1 Elizabeth SINCLAIR\ST.CLAIR b: 1817 in Ohio
    • Married: 19 DEC 1834 in Randolph Co., IN
    Children
    1. Has No Children Matilda BALES b: ABT. 1835 in Randolph Co., IN
    2. Has No Children Eli BALES b: ABT. 1840 in Randolph Co., IN
    3. Has Children Delilah A. BALES b: 29 APR 1842 in Dent Co., OH
    4. Has No Children Martha Jane BALES b: ABT. 1844 in Randolph Co., IN
    5. Has No Children Sarah C. BALES b: ABT. 1847 in Randolph Co., IN
    6. Has No Children James W. BALES b: ABT. 1855 in Iowa
    7. Has No Children John BALES b: ABT. 1859 in Missouri

  • Index | Descendancy | Register | Public Profile | Add Post-em

    July 10, 2000. Research is always a Work in Progress and Human Error
    invariably enters the equation no matter how hard we try to avoid it.
    Therefore, corrections are always welcome and gratefully received, so please don't be shy about contacting me.

    Printer Friendly Version Printer Friendly Version Search Ancestry Search Ancestry Search WorldConnect Search WorldConnect Join Ancestry.com Today! Join Ancestry.com Today!

    WorldConnect Home | WorldConnect Global Search | WorldConnect Help

    RootsWeb.com, Inc. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. If you have a problem with a particular entry, please contact the submitter of said entry. You have full control over your GEDCOM. You can change or remove it at any time.