Jane McCormack Jane McCormack  ‎(I16)‎
Given Names: Jane
Surname: McCormack
Married Name: Jane McCormack Ward

Gender: FemaleFemale
      

Birth: 16 July 1810 North of Ft. Pitt, Butler County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Death: 19 August 1865 ‎(Age 55)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Personal Facts and Details
Notes

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BIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION

Jane McCormack was born in July of 1810 in Butler County, Pennsylvania north of Ft. Pitt. She was the second of seven children born to James McCormack of Ireland and Nancy Crozier. The new lands of eastern Missouri along the Missouri River bottom were opened for settlement in 1817. James and Nancy moved their small family west to this area probably around 1818-1819. Their first born, William McCormack, married Elizabeth L. Jones on January 3, 1822 in Callaway, Missouri. ‎(History of Callaway County, Missouri; page 121)‎. Jane was only 12 years old then but was destined to marry at age 16 herself. Jane's life was a chronicle of births and deaths, of unending joy followed by pain. Sorrow was a constant companion of those pioneer families whose life expectancy was foreshortened by danger and sickness. The principal events of her life were as follows:
Married at 16, daughter Nancy born at Jane's age of 18, Lucy born at age 19, Martha born at age 21, John born at age 23, Charles born at age 25, James born at age 27, James died at age 28, David born at 29, Margaret born at 33, Elizabeth born at 34 , Margaret died at 34, Mary born at 36, Lucy married when Jane was 37, first grandson born when Jane was 38, Nancy married that same year, Montezuma born at 39, first granddaughter born the next year, second granddaughter born when she was 40, second grandson at 41, son Charles died the next year, and a granddaughter that same year, George was born when she was 43, twin grandsons born at 44, granddaughter born at 45 and another at 46, Montezuma died at her age of 46, and George died when she was 54. Jane was deceased at her age of 55 on August 19, 1865, just 4 months after Appomattox.
She had given birth to 12 children and buried seven of them between 1828 and 1865 along with two of her grandchildren who died in infancy. Her own death followed by only seven months that of her 17 year old daughter Mary Eugenia: a testimony not only to the perils of childhood during the 19th century on the frontiers of America but also to the mixed joys and sorrows of the couples who settled the west. The women who peopled this vast country with you and me were a hardy breed indeed! This woman was well loved throughout this branch of the Ward family. So much so that there has been a long line of girls bearing her name to this day. In all there have been a total of twenty babies christened Jane and two Janelle. After her son David married a girl named Ellen Jane, three more girl babies carried the name Ellen Jane. In addition there have been four who bore the name Eileen, the Gaelic form of Ellen. It continues today.
-William E. Ward
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Jane McCormack died at the relatively young age of 55 on the 19th of August 1865. Elizabeth, Jane's daughter, wrote in a letter dated 30 April 1863 that her mother had, "...not had very good health for more than a year". In a letter written 12 December 1858 by another of Jane's daughters, Mary Eugenia, the statement is made, "…Mother's health is improving…". I believe it is a possibility that Jane suffered from some long term illness that finally took her life in 1865. -Jane 2 April 2008

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CENSUS
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1830 United States Federal Census - Callaway County, Missouri, pg 71, first name at top of page, enumerated by John Jameson
Head of Family - Charles Ward
Male of twenty and under thirty - 1 ‎(Charles)‎
Female of fifteen and under twenty - 1 ‎(Jane)‎
Female under five years of age - 2 ‎(Nancy and Lucy Ann)‎
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1840 United States Federal Census - Loutre Township, Audrain County, Missouri, sheet No. 4, 12th person from the top of the page, enumerated by James Jackson

Head of Household - Chas. R. Ward
Males 40 to 50 years of age - 1 ‎(Charles Rice Ward)‎
Males 5 to 10 years of age - 1 ‎(John Milton)‎
Males 0 to 5 years of age - 2 ‎(Charles William and David McCormack)‎
Females 20 to 30 years of age - 1 ‎(Jane McCormack Ward)‎
Females 10 to 15 years of age - 1 ‎(Nancy Crozier)‎
Females 5 to 10 years of age - 1 ‎( Lucy Ann)‎
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1844 Missouri State Census - Auxvasse Township, Callaway County, Missouri, page 98, 3rd person from the bottom.

Head of Family - C. R. Ward
MALES
under 10 - 1 ‎(David M.)‎
10 and under 18 - 2 ‎(John M. and Charles W.)‎
21 and under 45 - 1 ‎(Charles R.)‎
FEMALES
under 10 - 1 ‎(Margaret)‎
10 and under 18 - 2 ‎(Nancy and Lucy)‎
21 and under 45 - 1 ‎(Jane)‎
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1850 United States Federal Census, District 4, Audrain County, Missouri, USA, pages 154; lines 38 through 41 and 155; lines 1 through 8, dwelling number 7, family number 8 and 9, enumerated 8 August 1850 by W.P.Harrison

page 154, lines 38 through 41, dwelling 7, family 8
Name - Charles R. Ward, 50 male, place of birth - Virginia, occupation - blacksmith, value of real estate owned $300.00
Name – Jane Ward, 38 female, place of birth - Pennsylvania
Name – John Ward, 16 male, place of birth - Missouri, occupation - none, attended school within the year
Name - Charles W. Ward, 14 male, place of birth - Missouri. attended school within the year

Page 155, lines 1 through 5, dwelling 7, family 8
Name - David M. Ward, 8 male, place of birth - Missouri, attended school within the year
Name – Elizabeth Ward, 6 female, place of birth - Missouri
Name - Mary E. Ward, 4 female, place of birth - Missouri
Name - M. Ward, 4 months male, place of birth - Missouri
Name - Robert Sally, 20 male, place of birth - Missouri, occupation - blacksmith

Page 155, lines 6 through 8, dwelling 7, family 9
Name – R S Pearson, 23 male, place of birth – North Carolina, occupation – farmer, value of real estate owned $0
Name – Lucy A. Pearson, 20 female, place of birth – Missouri
Name – Charles Pearson, 1 male, place of birth – Missouri
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1856 Missouri State Census, Township 51, Audrain County, Missouri, USA, 3rd from the top of the page.

1 - Male under 10 ‎(Would be George Wallace, 2)‎
1 - Male of 10 and under 18 ‎( Would be David M.,16)‎
1 - Male 45 years and upward ‎(Would be Charles, 57)‎
2 - Females of 10 and under 18 ‎(Would be Elizabeth Jane, 11 & Mary Eugenia, 9)‎
1 - Female 45 years and upwards ‎(Would be Jane, 46)‎
6 - Number of free whites that can read and write

We had assumed Jane could not read or write because on an earlier document she had signed with an X. Perhaps somewhere between 1827 and 1856 she learned. Or this could be an error on the enumerators part as is the case with Mary Eugenia's age. She was 9 not 10.
Between the 1850 and 1856 census records we can see one of the male children seems to be missing this would be Montezuma. On the 1850 census we have John Milton we know he left for California in 1850. David M. who is accounted for in both census's. Charles William who died in 1853 at age 17. George Wallace was born in 1854 and we have an 1859 diary of John Milton's which shows he received word of George Wallaces death in November of 1859. George died in October. It took a month for the letter to catch up to John Milton a traveling preacher in California. So this leaves the missing male as Montezuma. He is listed on the 1850 census as 4 months old. Elizabeth Jane said he had died 1 June 1857. She must have the year of his death incorrect. I have changed his date of death to "before 1857." This date covers that he may have died in 1856 before the census was taken and after his birth in 1850. -Jane 13 May 2008
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1860 United States Federal Census, The City of Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri Page 111, Lines 9 through 13, dwelling number 899, family number 873, enumerated 19 July 1860, by J. Jackson

Name - C. R. Ward, 60 male, place of birth - Virginia, occupation - Blacksmith, Value of Real Estate $1500., value of personal estate $1800.
Name - Jane Ward, 49 female, place of birth - Pennsylvania, occupation - housekeeper
Name - David Ward, 20 male, place of birth - Missouri, occupation - Printing
Name - E. J. Ward, 15 female, place of birth - Missouri, occupation - Student Sem.
Name - M. E. Ward, 13 female, place of birth - Missouri, occupation - Student Sem.
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DEED OF SALE
As one of the heirs to John Ward's, estate Jane co-signed a deed of sale in 1836.
Callaway County Real Estate Parcel 4, October 1836
Callaway County, Missouri Deed Book E pg. 149 and 150
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BEGIN DEED TRANSCRIPTION
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This Indenture made and entered into this 4th day of October in the year
of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and thirty six between Lucy Ward widow
and relict of John Ward Dec’d Charles Ward and Jane his wife and William
Ward Mary his wife and Nancy Stewart of the County of Callaway and
State of Missouri of one part and Francis B. Garrett of the County and
State of or said of the other part Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of
the sum of two hundred dollars in hand paid to them paid
the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge, they the said Lucy Ward
Charles Ward and Jane his wife, William Ward and Mary his wife and
Nancy Stewart, hath granted, bargained, and sold, and by these presents do
grant bargain and sell unto the said Francis B. Garrett the following tract
of land ‎[to wit]‎ the East half of the South East quarter of section No 2 in
township No 48 North and Range 8 West containing eighty acres situate
and lying in the County of Callaway and State of Missouri aforesaid. To have
and to hold the above described tract of land with all the privileges and
appurtenances to the said Francis B. Garrett his heirs and assigns forever,
and the said Lucy Ward Charles Ward and Jane his wife, and William Ward and
Mary his wife and Nancy Stewart do hereby for themselves their heirs & ____
and agree to warrant and forever defend the title of the foregoing described land
with the privileges and appurtenances to the said Francis B Garrett and his heirs
and assigns against the claim or claims of all persons whatsoever.
In testimony whereof they have hereunto set their hands and affixed
their seals this day and year before before written.

William R Ward ‎(seal)‎
Lucy Ward ‎(seal)‎
Nancy Stewart ‎(seal)‎
Charles R Ward ‎(seal)‎
Jane X Ward ‎(seal)‎
Mary Ward ‎(seal)‎

Signed under and
delivered in presence of
R.W. Jackson SPCC

State of Missouri
County of Callaway
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END DEED TRANSCRIPTION
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‎(Transcriber’s explanation)‎
Following the foregoing are three attestations to the veracity of the above document and signatures; first by R W Jackson of the Circuit Court with John Barry a Justice of the peace; second by Roger N Todd clerk; and third by Jas. Baskett, Recordin g. This transcription copied verbatim as much as possible the hand-writing on the Indenture itself, including the lack of or existence of any punctuation. Spelling was not corrected nor was capitalization added.
‎(William E. Ward)‎

Transcribed by William E. Ward 19 January 2008
Contributed by "Cheryl" to Kindred Tapestry_WARD 15 January 2008

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DEED OF SALE
Charles Rice Ward and wife to William Lucas, 1827
Callaway County Deed Book B, Page 102
Town of Fulton, Callaway County, Missouri Lot No. 72
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Begin Document
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‎(Note in left margin - Charles R. Ward & wife To William Lucas Deed)‎

Know all men by these presents that I Charles R. Ward and Jane
Ward my wife both of the County of Callaway and State of Missouri
for and in the consideration of the sum of sixty dollars to us in hand payed
at and before the ensealing and delivery of theses presents by William
Lucas of the same County have and do by these presents grant __?
again sell and convey unto the said William Lucas all that certain Lot
or piece of ground situate lying and being in the Town of Fulton
in the County aforesaid bounded as follows, to wit, on the west by a lot
belonging or said to belong to William Craighead on the north by a
lot said to belong to Wharton R. Moore and the east by Ravine Street
and on the south by lots said to belong to John Patton and Abram__?
Gibor__?y - it being the same lot or piece of ground sold by the commis
sioners of Calloway County to me the said Charles R. Ward numbered on
the Town plat seventy two all of which will more fully appear referenc_?
being had to the deed of the said commissioners to me dated the sixth
day of February 1827 as recorded in the office of the recorder of deeds in
the County aforesaid in Book B folio's 26 - 27 To have and to hold the said
lot as above described together with all the houses deeds privileges and apper
tenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto him the said
William Lucas and to his heirs or assigns forever and the said Charles R
Ward and Jane Ward my Wife have hereunto all our hands and affixed
seals this thirteenth day of November in the year eighteen hundred and twenty
seven - signed sealed & delivered in
presents of James H Lay
Charles R. Ward ‎(seal)‎
her
Jane X Ward ‎(seal)‎
mark
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End Document
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Digital image contributed to Kindred Tapestry by "Cheryl", 2008.
Transcription 30 April 2008 by Jane


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WILL
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The Will of James McCormack "Sr."

James McCormack--Will--1830
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Callaway County Land Deeds
Volume C, page 100
Will of James McCormack, dated 5 October 1830, proved 21 November 1831
Son: David McCormack
Mentions land bought from William McCormack
Son: John McCormack
Daughter: Ann McCormack
Daughter: Mary McCormack
Daughter: Jane Ward
Son: James McCormack
Son: William McCormack-3 April 2008 Jane
Information located and retrieved 2 April 2008 Jane
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MCCORMACK, JAMES will dated 5 Oct 1830. Tract of land which he bought of William McCormack ‎(on which they now live)‎ to son David McCormack provided he pay son John McCormack $50.00 when he becomes 21 and $40.00 to daughter Ann McCormack.Also mentio ns following children: Daughter, Mary McCormack; daughter Jane Ward; son James McCormack, son William McCormack. Exr. William McCormack. Wit: Alexander Fruit and William Jones. Recorded 21 Nov 1831. ‎(154-155)‎
Source: "Missouri Pioneers", County & Genealogical Records Volume XVII - Callaway County, Abstracts of Wills, Page 12. -Information located and retrieved 17 December 2007 William E Ward
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EXCERPTS

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Newspaper excerpt:
" AUDRAIN'S OLDEST MARRIED COUPLE LIVED IN MEXICO"; Mexico Weekly Ledger, 27 February 1913 pg 4, columns 8 and 9, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri

…They were married at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
R. Ward - Mrs. Pearson was Miss
Lucy Ann Ward - Their house then
standing about where S & N Phil-
lip's store now stands. The cere-
mony was performed at 8 o'clock in
the evening in the parlor of the
home by the Theodoric Boul-
ware an old hardshell Baptist min-
ister.
Miss Ward was only 18 years
of age, had for her bridesmaids Miss
Nancy C. Ward, her sister, who
was later Mrs. Dingle, and Miss
Mary Kirkpatrick. The bride was
dressed in a white Swiss dress
which she had cut and made her-
self. This fact her husband tells
with great pride…
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MARRIAGE
Missouri Marriage Records. Jefferson City, MO, USA: Missouri State Archives, Microfilm.
Charles Ward to Jane McCormack, 1826
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Begin recorded entry
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‎(Note in left margin - Charles Ward To Jane McCormack Fee Paid )‎

State of Missouri County of Callaway
I the undersigned am ordained preacher
of the Gospel I certify the 21st day of
December in the year of our lord 1826
I solemnize the rites of matrimony
between Charles Ward and Jane
McCormack both of the County of
said this 21 day of December A.D. 1826
Jabez Ham P.G.
State of Missouri County of Callaway __?
I do hereby Certify that this Certificate
of Marriage was produced to me in
my office for record on the 2nd day of
February 1827 and on the Same day
duly committed to record as required
by law Attest Irvine Hockaday _____?
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End recorded entry
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Digital image located, 6 April 2008, by William E. Ward on Ancestry.com
Transcribed by Jane, 1 May 2008

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RESIDENCE

30 April 1863, 3 Miles North of Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, USA
In the letter written by Lizzie, she says there are only four left at home now. These four would have been Charles R Ward, Jane McCormack Ward, Mary Eugenia Ward and Elizabeth Jane Ward ‎(Lizzie)‎.

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Mexico Mo December ‎(4th/12th?)‎ 18‎(58?)‎


Mr John M Ward

My Dear Brother ,

It is
with much pleasure that I seat my self to let
you know how we all are we are all well acepting
had colds. Mothers helth is improveing. Brother
Rufus & Brother Carters family are well. Mr John
Dingle has been laid up 4 weeks with the
‎(rh?)‎matism he is now getting so he can hobl about
the house a little. I have nothing of importance
to write to you. Brother if you knowed what
an interesting little brother you would come
home he is always talking about you. I understand
in your letter that you are preaching and I
am very glad to hear of it I would like to hear
you. The cows are running through town and
I can stand in the door and see them the town

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is still improving there was a house and lot
sold ____ the other day for $ 8,000. ‎(Something scribbled out)‎
Father and Mother had their likeness taken to send
to you but Mother don't like it well
enough to send it to you. Mr Joseph
Madris/Morris? is married he married ‎(Miss May?)‎ Cauthorn
daughter of Carter Cauthorn. Mr Joseph
pearson is married to Miss ‎(daricks/daniels?)‎ Mr Ben
Hardester has got home Mother says it like
they all come go and come but you. provisions
is high and money is scarce. ‎(Pork?)‎ is selling
for $ 5 Beef ‎(scribbled out)‎ is $ 4 corn is $ 2.50 ‎(flower?)‎ is
$ 3 ___ butter 20 cts pound. Well Brother I
expect you will be tired before you get
thogh. Excuse my bad writing and spelling
so no more at present

Mary E Ward

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Mother says she has a nice turkey for
Christmas and she exspects to have all of
her children with her mind you and she
would like for you to be hear to help eat
it Miss May Dingle sends her love to you
she is still single but if you come home soon
I dont think she will be

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End letter
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Family with Parents
Father
James McCormack ‎(I315)‎
Birth Ireland
Death 21 November 1831 Callaway County, Missouri
Mother
Nancy Crozier ‎(I316)‎
Birth Butler County, Pennsylvania
Death before 5 October 1830 Callaway County, Missouri

Marriage:   -- Butler County, Pennsylvania
#1
Brother (Birth)
William McCormack ‎(I317)‎
Birth between 1800 and 1809 Butler County, Pennsylvania
Death Yes
11 years
#2
Jane McCormack ‎(I16)‎
Birth 16 July 1810 North of Ft. Pitt, Butler County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Death 19 August 1865 ‎(Age 55)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
#3
Sister (Birth)
Anne McCormack ‎(I322)‎
Birth Yes
Death Yes
#4
Sister (Birth)
Mary McCormack ‎(I321)‎
Birth Yes
Death Yes
#5
Brother (Birth)
David McCormack ‎(I319)‎
Birth Yes
Death Yes
#6
Brother (Birth)
James McCormack Jr ‎(I318)‎
Birth Butler County, Pennsylvania
Death Yes
#7
Brother (Birth)
John McCormack ‎(I320)‎
Birth Yes
Death Yes
Family with Charles Rice "Uncle Charley" Ward
Husband
Charles Rice "Uncle Charley" Ward ‎(I15)‎
Birth 15 November 1799 34 32 near Richmond, Goochland County, Virginia, U.S.A.
Death 5 May 1882 ‎(Age 82)‎ Willows, Glenn County, California, U.S.A.
11 years

 
Jane McCormack ‎(I16)‎
Birth 16 July 1810 North of Ft. Pitt, Butler County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Death 19 August 1865 ‎(Age 55)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.

Marriage: 21 December 1826 -- Williamsburg, Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.
2 years
#1
Daughter
Nancy Crozier Ward ‎(I17)‎
Birth 21 September 1828 28 18 Williamsburg, Callaway County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 30 November 1876 ‎(Age 48)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
15 months
#2
Daughter
Lucy Ann Ward ‎(I18)‎
Birth 4 January 1830 30 19 Williamsburg, Callaway County, Missouri, USA
Death 5 September 1917 ‎(Age 87)‎ Age: 87 Years 8 Months 1 Days ‎(Home)‎ E. Jackson, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri
2 years
#3
Daughter
Martha Elizabeth Ward ‎(I19)‎
Birth 1 November 1831 31 21 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 20 July 1836 ‎(Age 4)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
2 years
#4
Son
Rev. John Milton Ward ‎(I20)‎
Birth 9 September 1833 33 23 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 13 March 1893 ‎(Age 59)‎ Potter Valley, Mendicino County, California, USA
2 years
#5
Son
Charles William Ward ‎(I21)‎
Birth 21 November 1835 36 25 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 8 November 1853 ‎(Age 17)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A
2 years
#6
Son
James Robert Ward ‎(I22)‎
Birth 18 December 1837 38 27 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 24 January 1839 ‎(Age 13 months)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
2 years
#7
Son
David McCormack Ward ‎(I1)‎
Birth 17 April 1840 40 29 Loutre Township, Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 24 July 1908 ‎(Age 68)‎ Wyandotte County, Kansas, U.S.A.
3 years
#8
Daughter
Margaret Jane Ward ‎(I23)‎
Birth about 1843 43 32 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 21 March 1845 ‎(Age 2)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
2 years
#9
Daughter
Elizabeth Jane "Lizzie" Ward ‎(I24)‎
Birth 23 February 1845 45 34 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death between 1920 and 1930 ‎(Age 74)‎ Big Stone Gap, Wise County, Virginia, U.S.A.
2 years
#10
Daughter
Mary Eugenia Ward ‎(I25)‎
Birth 17 February 1847 47 36 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death January 1865 ‎(Age 17)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
3 years
#11
Son
Montezuma Ward ‎(I26)‎
Birth 21 April 1850 50 39 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death about 1 June 1856 ‎(Age 6)‎ Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
4 years
#12
Son
George Wallace Ward ‎(I27)‎
Birth 22 April 1854 54 43 Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri, U.S.A.
Death 3 October 1859 ‎(Age 5)‎


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