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7851 «b»Jack J. Richison Sr.«/b»ntbl «b»Jack J Richison, Sr.«/b» Jack J Richison, Sr., passed away on August 9th after a brave three year struggle with health issues. He was surrounded every moment by his loving wife of 62 years, his four devoted children, and their families. Jack was born in Decatur, Illinois, in 1925 to Cuba and Ruby. At seventeen he joined the U.S. Navy and defended our country aboard ship in the South Pacific during World War II and again during the Korean Conflict. After the War, his 50-year career included 14 years as a university professor and later as a practicing CPA. Jack is well loved by those who knew him and is celebrated for his keen intellect, integrity, and lifelong passion for learning. His eclectic interests led him to many adventures like horseback riding through the Rockies and cycling though Eastern Europe. Throughout his lifetime he had a passion for embracing different cultures where he lived and traveled. Jack and Frances raised their children in northern New Mexico and eastern Oklahoma before settling in Texas. In 1982 he and Frances moved to Austin where his entire extended family joined him for a life that celebrated being together and their love for the Hill Country and the city he found vibrant and progressive. His sense of adventure, quest for knowledge, and moral compass are his legacy to his family. This beloved patriarch is survived by his wife, Frances; three daughters and sons-in-law of Lakeway, Lynette and Jim Mathieson, Roslyn and Steve Overby, Debra and Dave Wanser; and one son, Jack Jr. of Georgetown. He had eight grandchildren, Courtney Mathieson, Price Mathieson, Connor Overby and his fiancée Elizabeth Rygg, Kyle Overby, Erin Romero and her husband Luis, Jack Richison III, Emily Richison, Anna Richison; and two great-grandchildren, Ava and Max Romero, all of Austin and Georgetown. He is also survived by one sister, Phyllis Smith, of Grand Rapids, Michigan. The family wishes to express sincere gratitude to the many skilled doctors and nurses who cared for him during his last three years. The combination of his bravery and their skilled compassionate care inspired his fight for more quality time with those who loved him. If you wish to make a charitable donation in Jack's name, please contribute to the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Celebration of Life Memorial Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, August 13, 2009, at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church, 4800 Convict Hill Road. Please join us in celebrating Jack's life by visiting our Memorial at where we invite you to share your thoughts and fond memories with our family. RICHISON, Jack of southern Illinois (I8013)
7852 «b»John S. Fair«/b»
1 male under 5 [b. 1835-1840]
1 male 5 & under 10 [b. 1830-1835]
1 male 15 & under 20 [b. 1820-1825]
«b» 1 male 40 & under 50 [b. 1790-1800; John]«/b»

1 female 5 & under 10 [b. 1830-1835]
1 female 10 & under 15 [b. 1825-1830]
1 female 40 & under 50 [b. 1790-1800; Prudence, b. 1806] 
FAIR, John S. (I7657)
7853 «b»Page«/b»: 431
«b»Name«/b»: «b»senior Richard Smith«/b»
«b»Date«/b»: 17 Jul 1692
«b»Location«/b»: Woodbridge will of. Wife Elienor. Children--Elisebath, Dorety, Richard, Thomas. "Worley Estate." Witnesses--Thomas Hokan and Jonathan Donham. Proved April 30, 1696.
N. J. Archives, XXI., p. 244, and Middlesex Wills 1696 ---.
Inventory of the personal estate (£22.1.6); made by John Compton and Thomas Webster. 
SMITH, Richard Sr. (I1828)
7854 «b»This cemetery is located in Bethel Twp., Range 9, Town 3, Section 34, on the east side of Route 235 and south of the town of New Carlisle. The Older section was originally called Honey Creek. «/b»
«b»The New Carlisle Cemetery Association was organized October 3, 1856 and at that time added four acres to the original two acres used by the Honey Creek Presbyterian Church. According to Beer's history an additional seven acres were added by 1881. Today it is a very large cemetery and in use.«/b» 
Source (S1499)
7855 «i»A Seed-Bed of the Republic: A Study of the Pioneers in the Upper (Southern) Valley of Virginia.«/i» Roanoke. Va., 1962, The Roanoke Historical Society.

The list is described as that taken by Robert Douk [sic: Doak], and submitted to the court dated 16 June 1770. At the time the county involved would be Botetourt. The list is further described as being taken for the area from the "head of Reedy Creek to Stalnakers". "Stalnakers" refers to Samuel Stanakers home in what is now Chilhowie, Smyth County, VA. (Stalnaker was a very early settler in this area, having established himself at Chilhowie by 1748; Dr. Thomas Walker's Journal makes specific mention of stopping at Stalnakers home on his way to the Cumberland Gap. The tithable area apparently began at the headwaters of Reedy Creek, a tributary that enters the Holston at Kingsport, TN. It is not clear if any of the titheables were living in the Reedy Creek; excluding the Reedy Creek area the area includes that portion of modern Washington County, south of Clinch Mountain, and extending as far as Chilhowie in Smyth County. It apparently also includes the area immediately around the modern community of Saltville, in Smyth Co. The original source for this list is not indicated in Stoner, 1962 . Note: The order of presentaiton follows the two column display given in Stoner. The last 18 entries may reflect a third column that was tacked onto the end possibly due to space limitations. If this is the case then perhaps the list geographically ordered, and should be read left to right, rather than top to bottom. In this interpretation there are hints that persons known to have been living near each other, are in adjacent columns.

Edited by Robin Patterson 
Source (S1804)
7856 «i»Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Ohio, vol. IV,«/i» page 237, "21 June 1831 Townsend T. Larkin was condemned due to "married contrary to discipline," and on 19 Oct 1841 was disowned due to "married contrary to discipline." LARKIN, Townsend Thomas (I271)
7857 «tab» WOOD, Elizabeth Wheaton (I4174)
7858 «u»FROCK «/u», «u»RADER «/u», «u»RICHESON «/u», «u»SHEETS «/u», «u»TAYLOR «/u» Name of Newspaper is «u»Daily News, Springfield, OH «/u» on Saturday, June 3, 1933
Funeral services for Mrs. David SHEETS, 90, life resident of Clark County, who died at 5:15 a.m. Friday at her home in Beattytown, will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Jackson funeral home. Burial will be made in Enon Cemetery. Mrs. SHEETS was born Nov. 8, 1843, in Mad River township. She was a member of the Christian Church of Enon. Her husband, David SHEETS; two sons, F.E. SHEETSand P.A. SHEETS both of Springfield; five daughters, Mrs. Rose TAYLOR and Mrs. Carrie FROCK, both of Enon; Mrs. Emma RADER, of this city; Miss Celia F. SHEETS and Mrs. Bessie RICHESON both at home; 15 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren survive. The body will remain at the Jackson funeral home until after the services, when it will be taken to Enon for burial.

«u»ATHY «/u», «u»FROCK «/u», «u»MULLENIX «/u», «u»RADER «/u», «u»RICHESON «/u», «u»SHEETS «/u», «u»TAYLOR «/u» Name of Newspaper is «u»Daily News, Springfield, OH «/u» on Saturday, April 30, 1938
David SHEETS, 98, Oldest Clark County Veteran of Civil War, Taken By Death. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Boehringer funeral home in Enon for David SHEETS, 98, who died Friday at 1:45 a.m. in his home in Beatty following a lingering illness. Mr. SHEETS, who had been bedfast for nearly two years, was the oldest Clark County veteran of the Civil War. Burial will be made in the Enon Cemetery. Born Nov. 26, 1839, in Shaferstown, Berks County, Pa., Mr. SHEETS was the son of Henry and Sarah SHEETS . He came to Clark County with his parents in the covered wagon days at the age of 10. A sick horse caused the family to abandon their westward journey and they settled on a farm near Enon. Mr. SHEETS spent his boyhood on this farm. At the outbreak of the Civil War, Mr. SHEETS enlisted, with his two brothers, in the 16th Ohio Battery at New Orleans, La. One of the brothers, Samuel, now 93 still resides in Enon. Mr. SHEETS saw practically four years of service in the Civil War that carried him through some of the most desperate battles of the conflict, including the battles of Champion Hill and the siege of Vicksburg. Mr. SHEETS was mustered out of the army on Aug. 20, 1865, at Columbus, O., and on Nov. 22, 1866, he was united in marriage to Miss Malinda ATHY of Enon. To this union were born two sons and seven daughters. He began farming shortly after his marriage and maintained a home in Mad River township until about 14 years ago when he retired and moved to Beatty. In 1916, Mr. and Mrs. SHEETS celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and their 60th anniversary in 1926. Mrs. SHEETS died June 3, 1933 at the age of 90. Better know to his many friends as "Dad", Mr. SHEETS was a talented musician. In politics, he was a Republican and cast his first vote for Abraham Lincoln in 1860. He had voted for 18 subsequent presidents. Mr. SHEETS is survived by two sons, Forest and P. A. SHEETS , of Springfield; five daughters, Lucille, at home, Mrs. Alfred TAYLOR, Mrs. Emma RADER and Mrs. Bessie RICHESON, of Springfield, and Mrs. Alfred FROCK, of Springfield, Route 1; 14 grandchildren, 20 great grandchildren and four great, great grandchildren; one brother, Samuel SHEETS , 93, of Enon and a sister, Mrs. Susan MULLENIX, 91 of Arcanum.
24 February 2008
«u»FROCK «/u», «u»RICHISON «/u», «u»SHEETS «/u» Name of Newspaper is «u»Daily News, Springfield, OH «/u» on Tuesday, September 24, 1940
Services will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Boehringer-Shafer funeral home, Enon, for Miss Cecelia Frances SHEETS, 62, who died Monday morning in the Clark County Home. Burial will be made in Enon Cemetery. Miss SHEETS was a daughter of the late David and Melinda Sheets of Springfield. Survivors are three sisters, Mrs. Bessie RICHISON, Mrs. Alfred FROCK of Springfield, and two brothers, Bert and Forest SHEETS of Springfield.
24 February 2008
SHEETS, Bessie J. of Clark Co., OH (I5525)
7859 «u»«b»Burial«/u»«/b»
Grave location is CY-009-06 at New Carlisle Cem., New Carlise, Clark, Ohio, USA, according to the listing for that cemetery at Viewed on 21 Feb 2009. 
CORY, Levina (I4262)
7860 «u»«b»Burial«/u»«/b»
Grave location is CY-022-10 at New Carlisle Cem., New Carlise, Clark, Ohio, USA, according to the listing for that cemetery at Viewed on 21 Feb 2009. This website gives her death date as 26 Aug 1851 - not 1834! 
RICHISON, Mary (I4261)

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