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Union Furnace, Ohio ; resides in Union Furnace ; married July 16, 1892,
in Logan, Ohio, Ava Bickle.* daughter of Lewis and Sarah Jane (McCormick)
Bickle, bom March 7, 1875, in Union Furnace.

Thomas B. Trowbridge is employed in tlie brick manufacturing business in
Union Furnace. Ohio.


i. Gertrude, b. .Tan. 23, 189^.

940. Robert Howard Trowbridge (Samuel N.''^*, Bov;en G?'"^, ■Samuel B.-"-.
Samuel'-^^, David^'^*, JosepW^"'", W'illiam:^'"^, Thomas^), bom Januai-y 28, 1873, in
Union Furnace, Ohio; resides in Union Furnace; married June 14, 1893, in
Covington, Ky., Lillie Collins, daughter of George and Elizabeth (Barstow)
Collins, born November 14, 1873, in Union Furnace.

Kobert H. Trowbridge is employed in brick making in Union Furnace, Ohio.


i. Howard Cecil, b. Dec. 2.5. 1894.

941. Theodore Jennison Trowbridge (Samuel NJ"'', Bowen G.-"",
Samuel B.-'>-, SamueP'''', David'^''*, Josepli^"^, WilUam^'"', Thomas'), bom
October 2. 1875, in Union Furnace, Ohio; resides in Union Furnace; married

* A sister of the wife of his uncle No. 706.


April 15, 1897, in Honey Fork Creek, Oliio, Margaret Ann Noble, daughter of
James and Jemima Ellen (Lantz) Noble, bom January 20, 1874, in Islesborough,

Theodore J. Trowbridge is employed in brick making in Union Furnace, Ohio.


i. Ethel Lucile, b. Apr. 12, 1808.
ii. Chaeles Willis, b. Aug. 1, 1809.

942. Charles Eeese Trowbridge (Samuel RJ"'', Reese^''', Samuel R.-"-,
Sai>iiion''<^, David^", Joseph^"'-, William'-'"', Thomas'"), bom September 1.5, 1873,
in Mattoon, 111.; resides in Indianapolis, Ind. ; married July 28, 1897, in
Indianapolis, Aura Evalyn Starnes. daughter of Lewis and Emma (Edwards)
Starnes, born April 21, 1876, in Hillsboro, Ind.

Charles R. Trowbridge spent the early part of his life in Terre Ilaute, Ind.,
where he was educated in the public schools. Later he read law and for a few
years practiced his profession. He then with Col. George B. Lockwood, secretary
to Vice-president Fairbanks, established the Terre Haute Daily Tribune and was
its editor for several years. Wlien Samuel E. Morse, proprietor of the Indian-
apolis Sentinel, was sent to Paris, France, as consul general under President
Cleveland, Mr. Trowbridge removed to the Indiana capital and assumed the
editorship of that paper. He was only twenty-four years old at the time and was
considered the youngest editor of a big metropolitan daily in the central states.
He remained with the Sentind until W. E. Hearst founded the Chicago.
American and Examiner, when he located in that city as one of the editors.
Under considerable pressure he bought the Danville, 111., Daily Press, and while
he was its editor and publisher for many years, he never left Chicago until a few
years ago when he organized a syndicate and took over the Kokomo Daily News
and several other morning papers. He is now the general manager of the
organization with headquarters at Indianaiwlis.

NO ciiilduen.

943. Frank Emmet TROWBRiixa-; (Snmuel RJ"', Reese^''', Samuel R.^"-,
Samuel^^^, David"-"*, Joseph"'''^ William"'"', Thomas"), born June 29, 1874, in
New York City; resides in Indianapolis, Ind.; married October 2, 1899,
in Indianapolis, Mairee Elizabeth CofHn, daughter of Abraham Pitinger and
Mary Josephine (Pay) Coffin, bom June 18, 1874, in Scrantou, Pa.

Franlv E. Trowbridge at an early age took to the stage and traveled with
several dramatic companies as leading man. A short time ago he settled in
Indianapolis as one of the superintendents of the Traction and Terminal


944. Joseph Trowbridge {DnimP"^, Joseph^^^. David-"'', David"''^, David""*,
Joseph""'-, William""", Thomas"), born October 13, 1835, near Salem, Ind.; resides
in Stanberry, Mo. ; married September 22, 1864, in Crothersville, Ind., Mary
Ann Catharine Barringer,* daughter of Daniel and Rebecca Ann (Lovier)
Barringer, bom December 20, 1840, in Louisville, Ky.

Joseph Trowbridge was brought at the age of five years by his parents to a
farm near Tampico, Jackson county, Ind.. where he grew to manhood and learned
the carpenter's trade. When the Civil War broke out he enlisted July 11. 1861,
"for three years or during the war" in Company B, 22d Indiana Infantry,

• A sister of the husband of his sister No. 718, v.


organized at North Madison, Ind. The regiment was on duty at St. Louis,
Jefferson City and on the North Missouri railroad until January 24, 1862, when
it marched south in the direction of Springfield, Mo., where General Price was
quartered. It fought his rear guard down to Pea Ridge, Ark., a distance of 125
miles, where they were engaged in battle, the Union forces coming out victorious.
From there the regiment was transferred to Pittsb\irgh Landing on the Ten-
nessee river, where the enemy soon after evacuated their strong fortifications at
Corinth, Miss., and fled south. From there the regiment went to Eastport and
crossed the Tennessee river to Florence, Ala., and from there north after the
enemy toward Louisville, Ky. Pie participated with his regiment in the battle
of Perry^nlle and the three drfys' battle of Stone's Eiver (Murfreesboro, Tenn.).
He remained in tlie fortifications there until August 25, 1864, when he was
honorably discharged at Louisville, Ky.

After leaving the army, he returned to his home in Indiana and resumed the
earjicnter's trade, which he has followed up to tlie present time. He was married
the month after he left tlie army and removed to Maryville, Mo., and in 1878 to
Barnard, Mo. He later removed to Stanberry, Mo., where he has lived for over
thirty years.


i. Almo>- ALBEnT. b. Oct. 10. 1868 : d. Aufr. 11. 1870.

ii. Flora Ann. b. Slar. 5. 1870; m.. 1st. .July 4. ISSfi, Charles Morris Roper of

GalLTtiii, Mo. ; m.. 2(1. June 6, 1007. .Tnnios Xioholas Barry and resides

in Kansas City, Mo.
iii. Nettie Kebecc.v, b. Mar. 0. 1878: m. Apr. 4. 1006. .\rtie Bernley Duke and

resides in Kansas City,
iv. Hakry Daniel, b. Oct. 15, 1879 ; is a carpenter in Stanberry, Mo. ; unm.

945. Francis M.uuon Trowbridge (Dnind'''\ .7o.sep7).»««. David-"^. Davld^''".
Daridi", Joseph'^''", William''"". TJwmas''). born May 16, 1837, near Salem. Ind.;
died January 8, 1904, in Crothorsville, Ind. ; married, first, Mai-y Ann Bell, who
died a few years after her marriage.f He married, second, March 3, 1866, in
CrothersviUe ?, Mary Jane Brown, daughter of Andrew and Susan (Little)
Brown. She resides in CrothersviUe.

Francis M. Trowbridge was brought by his parents to Jackson county, Ind., and
from the time of his marriage until his death was engaged in fanning near
CrothersviUe in that county.

Bt/ second mnrringc:

i. Pelina Ellen, b. Oct. 19. 1867.

ii. Sarah Ann, b. Jan. .30, 1869.

iii. IRVIN Ellis, b. .Tan. 10, 1871.

iv. Amanda Elizabeth, b. .Apr. 21, 1873.

V. Catharine Margaret, b. Oct. 1, 1S7.T : ra. Jl.ay 17, 1896, Robert Morton

Cartwright and resides in CrothersviUe, Ind.
vi. Rosella Bell. b. May 25. 1878.
vii. Ora May. b. Dec. 14, 1880.
viii. Francis Meade, b. Aug. 22, 1883.
ix. Da^t:d Harland, b. Nov. 17, 1886.

946. TViLUASi Walter Trowbridge (David'^^. Joseph^^^. David'"^. David'-^^,
David"'. Joseph""'. William'"". Thomas'), horn March 9, 1850. in Tampieo, Ind.;
resides in Westerville. Iowa ; married September 18, 1870, in Tampieo, Maryctte
Bohall, daughter of William and Mai-y Ann (Morgan) Bohall, bom October 30,
1850, in Tampieo.

* Except iv. who was Imrn in Barnard. >Io.
t She had three children who died in infancy.


William W. Trowbridge received a common school education in Tampico, Ind.
He has always been engaged in farming. After his marriage he lived in Tampico
iintil 1875, when he removed to a farm one and one-half miles from the village
of Westerville, Iowa, where he has since resided. He united at the age of
eighteen with the Bajitist Church and has been a faithful member of it ever

cniLDitF.N :*

i. William Leroy, b. Juno 12. 1S71 ; d. June 2, 18S7, iu Westerville, Iowa.

ii. I)A\iD Almond, b. Aug. 9, 1S72 ; d. Nov. 29, 1S7G, in Westerville.

iii. Annie Rosalie, b. Feb. 5, 1S74 ; d. Aug. 27, 1S75, iu Tampico, Ind.

iv. Elnoka, b. Feb. 18, 187G ; m. Aug. 26, 1801, George W. Arnold and resides

in Mt. Ayr, Iowa.
V. Laura M.\e, b. May 27, 1878: in. July 13. 1890, James A. Bartholow and

resides in Grand River, Iowa,
vi. JosEpu Alva, b. Sept. 30, 1889.

947. Georoe Washington Trowbridge (James 11'."^", Joseph^'^^, David-'"^,
David'-''\ DavkP^\ Joseph'"', William^'"', Thomas'), born March 23, 1842, in
Canton, Ind. ; died December 11, 1900, in Kurtz, Ind. ; married December 14.
1866, in Bro^vnstown, Ind., Eebecca Elizabeth Western, daughter of Joseph
Western, born October 2, 1850, in Salem, Ind. ; died September 24, 1897, in

George W. Trowbridge was brought by his parents to Jackson county, Ind. He
followed the occupation of fanning, except the years passed as a soldier in the
Civil War. He enlisted in the army for three years and was mustered June 14,
1862, in Company G, 54th Indiana Infantry, and was mustered out at the
exjjiration of his term of sei"viee. He re-enlisted for one year and was mustered
January 26, 1865. in Company C, 145th Indiana Infantry, and was mustered out
January 21, 1866.


i. Mart Elizabeth, b. Dec 4. 1808 ; d. Sept. 27, 1870.
ii. AsiiER W., b. Sept. 21, 1870 ; is a farmer in Vallonia, Ind.1'
iii. KiTTlE Leoria. b. Sept. 23. 1872 ; m. .\ug. 12, 1892, Rev. Lemmou Franklin
Robold and resides in Indianapolis, Ind.
997. iv. James Walker, b. ilay 25. 1875.

V. Carlton Leonard, b. May 2, 1877 ; is a farmer iu Shattuck. Okla.t
vi. Harry, b. Apr. 2(;. 1881.

vii. David I., b. , 188- ; resides iu Urbana. 111. ; unm.t

viii. Charles, b. Sept. 29, 1888; is a Horist in Martinsville, Ind.: num.

ix. Georce WAsni.VGTON, b. June 25, 1891 ; resides in Knightstown, Ind. ; unm.

948. D.u'iD GiLFixciiv Trowbridge (James IT."'". Joseph^^^, David'^"^,
David''-'", David"*, Joseph'"'', William'"". Thomas'), born November 19, 1845,
near Tampico, Ind. ; resides in LeKoy, 111. ; married August 1, 1869, in Vallonia,
Ind., Ann Eliza Dilleno, daughter of William Bo.yd and Jane (Gregory) Dilleno,
bom February 13, 1852, in Jackson county, Ky.

David G. Trowbridge at the age of eighteen enlisted in the army during the
Civil War. He was enrolled May 1, 1864, in Company D, 137th Indiana
Infantry, "for 100 days," and was discharged September 2, 1864.

He has been engaged in farming since the war. He settled after his marriage
in Vallonia, Ind., and lived there over twenty years. He then removed to
Danvers, 111., and from there in August. 1902, to LeEoy. 111., where he lives at
Ijresent. He and his wife are members of the Christian Church, having joined it
in Vallonia, Ind.

* i-iii born in Tampico. Ind. ; iv-vi in WesterviUe. Iowa,
t Failed to answer the compiler's letters.



998. i. Edwin ARcniHAiD. b. July 29. 1870.

ii. A sou. b. Jan. 10. 187:'.: d. Jau. li;!, 1873.

098a. iii. Kkank Bukkkll, b. Nov. 8, 187G.

iv. ^YILUAM, b. Mar. 14, 18S1 ; d. Mar. 9, 1882.

V. II.4i!iasoN Waskom, b. Vvb. 7, 1883.

949. Levi Esimett TROwuiuncK (James W.'^", Jo.sep/i'*', David-'"^, David"^,
DavkP^*. Joseph^'^", William^'"', TJwmas^). born March 7, 1856, in Brownstown,
Ind. ; resides in Brownstown ; married December ^.l, 1S9(;, in Brownstown, ilary
Butoff, daughter of William and Lucinda (Harris) Butoff, born August 12, 18G.5,
in Kossuth, Ind.

Levi E. Trowbridge is a carpenter in his native place, Bro\viistown, Ind.


950. Isaac Franklin Trowbridge {DUlard'-", Joseph'""'. David-"'^, David^^^,
David^^*, Josepli'^"^, Willmm'^'"'. Thomas^), born October 9. 1849, in Browaistowi,

Ind.; resides in Rosalia, Kan.; inarried , 1866, in Wayne county, Iowa,

Sarali Speck.

Isaac F. Trowbridge is engaged in farming in Rosalia. Butler county, Kan.*

951. Jerome Elbridge Trowbridge (DiUard'-". Joseph'-'-'', David-"'\ David^^'*,
David"-', Joseph'"''', WiUinm^'"'. Thomas''). lH>rn October 24, 1851, in Browns-
town, Ind.; resides in Armourdale, Kan.; married May 14, 1869, in Rockland
county. 111., Ruth Emma McClellen, daughter of Uriah and Isabel (Mahan)
McClellen, born October 30, 1851, in Jackson county, Ind.

Jerome E. Trowl>ridge is a contractor of gTading and building rock and sand
in Armourdale. Kan. ITe is a member of the I. O. O. F.

ciiiLUHEN :

i. Dillard UiilAii, b. Oct. 28. 1870. in Warsaw. Iowa ; d. Jau. 5, 1872.

999. ii. David Warren, b. Nov. IS, 1872. in Xonia, Mo.

iii. C'ELESTIA Jane. b. Oct. 24. 1874. in rickeriu.e. Mo.: d. Aug. 9. 187.'i.

iv. Mart Melinda, b. -Vui;. 8. 1871!. in Guide Rock, Neb.: m. Jul.y 3, 1893,

Leonard Foster and resides in Armourdale, Kan.
V. Cynthia Adelia. b. Sept. 22. 1878. in Smith Centre, Kan. : m. Apr. 16. 1896,

Edward Miller and resides in Sheffield. Mo.
vi. Walter, b. Apr. 7, 1881, in Red Cloud, Neb. : resides in Kansas City, Kan. ;

vii. Myrtle Anna, b. Sept. 21, 1883, in Clearmont, Mo. : m. Oct. 12, 1901, Charles

Arthur Colvin and resides in Argentine, Kan.
viii. Oscar, b. July 6. 1887, in Gaylord, Kan. ; resides in Kansas City, Kan. ; unm.t
ix. Lydia Belle, b. Apr. 21, 1890, in Basehor, Kan.

952. WiLLLMi Levi Trowbridge (Dinard'''". Josep7^3'*^ David-^K David"^,
David'"', Joseph''^-'. William"'", Thomas''), born March 30, 1856, in Edgar county,

m. ; died July 25, 1906, in Argentine, Kan. ; married , 1877, in Webster

county. Neb., Phoebe Jane Smith.

William L. Trowbridge was a fanner near Argentine, Kan.*

953. Albert Prince Trowbridge (Dillard''-'', Joseph^'^K David-"'^, David'^^,
David"*, Joseph'"^. WiViam""'. Thomas'), born February 23, 1861, near Warsaw,
Iowa; resides in Argentine, Kan.; married Jime 8, 1879, in Nelson, Neb.,

* He failed to answer the compiler's letters.

t He is with the Stewart & Peck Sand Company of Kansas City, Mo.


Sophronia Jane Foster, daughter of James and Elizabeth (Hudson) Foster, bom
July 15, 1855, in Frankfort, Kan. ; died September 6, 1896, in Argentine.
Albert P. Trowbridge is a mechanic. He lives at present in Argentine, Kan.


i. DiLLAHi). b. Aug. IS, 1882, in St. Joseph. Mo.

ii. Habky, b. Jan. 21, 1885, in Gaylord, Kan. ; d. Apr. 21, 1885.

iii. James Laid, b. Jan. 22, 1886, in Gaylord.

iv. Francis Makion, b. Dec. 25, 18S9, in Argentine, Kan. ; d. Sept. 20, 1891.

V. Mary, b. Mar. 30, 1892, in Wilder, Kan. ; d. Feb. 15, 1897.

vi. Inie, b. Sept. 20, 1895, in Kansas City, Mo.

954. EiiORY Ellsworth Trowbridge (^Y^llianv-'^, Josep/r-'*, David-"'',
David^^^, David^'^*, Joseph"-"'', William,^"", Thomas'^), bom March 1, 1862, in'
Tampico, Ind. ; resides in Kansas City, Kan. ; married July 2, 1885, in Hooker,
Ind., Emma Eliza Martin, daughter of James Hiter and Susan (Mitchell)
Martin, bom January 9, 1859, in Washington county, Ind.

Emory E. Trowbridge located in Kansas City, Kan., in 1891. With Jolm I.
Standish he fonned the firm of Standish & Trowbridge, live stock commission
merchants. Later he disposed of his interest to Mr. Standish, and from 1902 to
1907 was cashier for the Meinrath Brokerage Co. In 1907 he became identified
with J. T. McClanahan, M.D., of Boonville, Mo., in the promotion and develop-
ment of extensive mining interests in Gilpin county, Colo. Mr. Trowbridge
was elected secretary of the Dollar Savings, Gold Mining and Milling Company,
and also the New Empire Gold Mining Company, with the understanding that
the management of the business interests of these large corporations will be in
his hands, with headquarters at Idaho Springs, Colo.

Mr. Trowbridge resides on Garfield avenue, in Kansas City, Kan., which has/
been his home for fifteen years. He was elected a member of the board of
education of Kansas City, Kan., in 1898 for a term of three years. He is a
member of the Edgerton Place Baptist Church and the director of the Edgerton
Place choir. His wife is a member of the Christian Science Church.


i. Harry SIartin, b. Aug. 20, 1888 ; was graduated from the Kansas City,
Kan., high school in 1906 and is a student at Kansas State University.

955. Thomas Lindsey Trowbridge (Allen H.'' - , Dempsey^^", David-"''.
David^'", David^^^, JosepU'^"'\ William^"", Thomas'-), born February 23, 1852, in
Eutland, 111. ; resides in Blue Hill, Nob. ; married, first. March 11, 1874, in
Norwalk, Ohio, Gertrude Adeline Burr, daughter of Eev. Frank and Sarah
Emeline (Baker) Burr, bom June 18, 1854, in Torringford, Conn. ; died April 8,
1889, in Blue Hill. He married, second, November 2, 1892, in Blue Hill,
Esther Virginia Martin, daughter of Jotham and Eebecca (Clegg), Martin, bom
January 3, 1859, in Beeler's Station, Marshall county, W. Va.

Thomas L. Trowbridge went to the district school in his native township and
from 1868 to 1870 attended the Eutland high school, his parents having in the
former year moved into the village. Ho then spent two years at Eureka College,
Eureka, I-ll., from which institution he was graduated in 1872. That year his
parents and their children moved back onto the old farm near Rutland. He was
married two years later and moved to a farm west of Eutland, where he was
engaged in farming and teaching school until March, 1883. when he moved to
Eureka, HI. He taught the West School in Eureka during the school year of
1883-4. In the fall of 1884 he came to Blue Hill. Neb., where he engaged in the


grain business, in which he has since continued. Mrs. Trowbridge attended the
Conservatory of Music of Eureka College, receiving her diploma in June, 1885.


956. Dr. Dejittsy LeEoy Trowbridge (Demplsy H.'-*, Dempsey^^^, David-"^,
David^'-">, David^'K Joseph'^'''^, William''"", Thomas^), bom May 14, 1872, in
Lincoln, 111. ; resides in Denver, Colo. ; married December 25, 1895, in Juniata,
Neb., Anna Barbara Gripe, daughter of Jolm W.* and Mary (Butterbaugh)
Gripe, born May 17, 1876, in "Warsaw, Ind.

Demptsy L. Trowbridge was graduated from Drake University Commercial
School, Des Moines. Iowa, in 1894 and from the Eclectic Medical School, Lincoln,
Neb., with the degree of M.D. in 1898. He then practiced in Cowlcs, Neb., and
Atchison, Kan. He made up his mind to combine the practice of medicine
and pharmacy, and came in the fall of 1899 to Kansas City, Mo., to study for the
Ph.G. degree in the Kansas City College of Pharmacy and National Science. He
took a six months' course in that institution and then entered the Highland Park
College of Phai-macy, Des Moines, Iowa, where he received the degree of Ph.G.
in the fall of 1900. Since then he has been combining medical and pharmacy
work. He was in practice in Missouri until the latter part of 1907, when he
located in Denver, Colo., his present residence.


i. Dura Pauline, b. Dec. 3, 1807 ; d. Mar. 2, 189S.

957. LiNDSEY Simpson Trowbridge (David K.'-''', Linzey^"", David-"^, David'-^^,
David"-"-*, Joseph'"''^ William"-"", Thomas"-), born July .31, 1870, in Terre Haute,
Mo. ; resides in Newiwrt, Wash. ; married Eebruary 25, 1900, in Garfield, Wash.,
Mary EUen Hammer, daughter of John and Esther (Young) Hammer, bom
February 5, 1878, in Whitesborough, Tex. ^

Lindsey S. Trowbridge lived in his birthplace until he was thirteen years of
age and then went with his mother and step-father to Texas, remaining there a
year and a half. He was then for three years in Arkansas and then came to
Garfield, Wash. He has since lived there and in Newport, Wash., his present
residence. His occupation is diversified farming and poultry raising.


i. Lerot Benton, b. Jan. 4, 1901; d. Feb. 26, 1901.

958. Leroy Elbert Trowbridge (David K.'-''\ Linzey - ^", David-"^, David^'-^,
David""-\ Joseph"-"'^, William""", Thomas^), born March 22, 1875. in Terre Haute,
Mo.; resides in Opportunity, Wash.; married November 9, 1904, in Colfax,
Wash., Effie Lee (Ewell) Williams, widow of James Monroe Williams of Gar-
field, Wash., and daughter of P. D. and Mary Jane (Quarles) Ewell, bom
October 13, 1881, in Nevada, Mo.

Leroy E. Trowbridge accompanied the members oif his family to Texas and
later to Garfield, Wash. He is a paper hanger by trade, but at the present time
is engaged in farming in Opportunity, near Spokane, Wash. He united with
the Christian Cluireh in Garfield in 1898 and joined the Knights of Pythias
in 1901.


i. A'ERDA Viola, b. July 3. 1905.

• Initial only.


959. Joseph Melford Trowbridge (Franklin HJ-'', Linzeif^^, David^"",
David^"^, David''''*, Joseph'"', William""', Thomas''), bom August 18, 1878, in
Terre Haute, Mo. ; resides in Kosalia, Wash. ; married October 2C, 190-1, in
Rosalia, Annie Viola Turnley, daughter of William Fletcher and Susan (Kelley)
Tumley, born October 16, 1886, in Oakland, Ala.; died March 11, 1907, in

Joseph M. Trowbridge was brought in infancy by his parents to Chico, Tes.,
and came with his mother to Garfield, Wash. He is a clerk in a liardware and
implement store in Rosalia, Wash.


i. JIiLDitEo JIakguekite, b. Dec. 31, 1905.

9(50. Edward Sylmsster Trowbridge (Eobert W.'-*, Bavid^"'', Bavid-"^,
Bavid''-"^, David"-*, Joseph'-"^, William'""', Thomas'), born May 25, 1873, in

Henry county, Iowa ; resides in Ottumwa, Iowa ; married , 1893,

in Ottumwa, Mary Jane Turner, daughter of James Henry and Sarah Louisa
(Simmons) Turner, bom . 1877, in Keokuk county, Iowa.

Edward S. Trowbridge is a painter by trade. He lives in Ottumwa, Iowa,
his residence for several years past.


i. LuciLE Yolande, b. May 29, 1894.
ii. Harold, b. Apr. 6, 1897 : d. that day.
iii. RoisERT Sylvester, b. July 1. 1898.

960a. Ira Otis Trowbridge {Newton C.'-»», Bavid^", Bavid-"^. Bavid'^\
Bavid"*. Joseph'"^, William'""', Thomas'), horn April 14, 1881, in Jackson
county, Ind. ; resides in Jackson county (Crothersville P. O.), Ind. ; married
October 26, 1905, in Scottsburgh, Ind., Carrie Blanche Warman, daughter of
James Augustus and Rebecca Olive (Haun) Warman, bom November 8, 1886,
near Crothersville in Vernon township.

Ira 0. Trowbridge lives on a farm in his native place, Grassy Fork township,
near Tampico, Jackson county, Ind. He is a farmer and photographer.


i. Clara Avenell, b. July 2, 1906.

9(J0b. TiioiiAS Marsiiali, Tuowbridge (John W.'''-"^ William L.^^'^,
Jonathan-"''. Barid'^", Bavid"*. Joseph'"'", William'"", Thomas'), bom February
18, 1876, in Morgan county, Ind. ; resides in Carthage, Mo. ; married December
9, 1899, in Oronogo, Mo., Fatima Dilender, born June 9, 1884, in Oronogo.

Thomas M. Trowbridge came when eight years old with his parents to
Carthage, Mo., and is employed there as a miner and engineer in the lead and
zinc mines. He served in the Spanish-American War in Company A, 2d
Missouri Infantry. ,


i. Joiix Leonard, b. Aug. 6, 1901.

960c. Otto Trowbridge (John IV.'-'iJ, William L.'""^. Jonathan""''. Bavid'^^,
Bavid"*, Joseph''"'^, William'"". Thomas'), born March 20, 1881, in Prairie
Grove. Ark.; resides in Carthage, Mo.; married July 27, 1904. in Carthage,
Dora Reno, daughter of Louis P. and Elizabeth (Atchley) Reno, bom April 25,
1883, in Carthage.

Otto Trowbridge was brought in cliildhood by his parents to Carthage, Mo.
He is a stationary engineer in the lead and zinc mines in that place.



961. William Eiianuel TROwuRinGE (David'-"^, Joseph^^-, Jonathan""'',
Unvid^'-'^, DavkP^\ Joseph^"\ William'^"", Thomas'^), bom August 28, 1872, iu
Palmyra, Ind. ; resides in Palmyra; married May 30, 1897, in Hancock county,
Ind., Sarah Ann Lelimanowslcey, daughter of Martin and Susan (Herrel)
Lehmanowskey, horn November 14, 1874, in Palmyra.

William E. Tmwbridge is engaged in farming in his native place. Palmyra,


i. John Earl, b. Sept. 5, 1808.

ii. Mary Martha Ann, b. Feb. in. 1000.

iii. Wilbur, b. Jan. 17, 1002.

iv. Marti:*, b. Jan. 20, 1004.

V. Franklin, b. Apr. 6, lOOG.

962. Amos Travis Trowbridge Wavid'"-^. Joseph^"-, Jonathan-"', David^'"',
David^"-*, Joseph^"\ William^"". Thoinns^). Imrn October 28, 1873, in Palmyi-a,

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