ed in the Letort Carpet Companj- and the In-
dian Rug Company, in faith a Presbyterian.
To James Ramsey Loy and Anna McNeal Niblock
Loy were born five children:
i. LINN NIBLOCK LOY, b. Sept. 23, 1892.
ii. JAMES' McNEAL LOY, b. May 20, 1894.
iii. RUSSELL LOY, b. Aug. 20, 1896.
iv. JANET ELIZABETH LOY, b. Apr. 8, 1901.
Y. PAUL BLAKELY LOY, b. Mar. 31, 1903.
iv. MARY McCORD LOY, b. July 16, 1867; m. Dec.
26, 1888, James Ramsey Wilson, b. July 2, 1866,
at Landisburg, Penna., son of John Wilson and
Mary Ellen Wilson, reside at Landisburg, mem-
bers of the Presbyterian church. Mr. Wilson is
extensively engaged in the sale of fine horses.
To James Ramsey Wilson and Mary McCord Ley
Wilson were born two children:
i. JOHN ANDREW WILSON, b. Sept. 19,
ii. MARY McCORD WILSON, b. Nov. 9, 1901,
d. July 27, 1902.
V. EDWIN RUSSEL LOY, b. Oct. 16, 1870; m. May
11, 1897, Bessie Clark, b. Apr. 14, 1870, daughter
of Robert Clark and Matilda Clark, of Cisna
Run, Penna., reside in the old Loy home, in
Perry Co., Penna., members of the Presbyterian
To Edwin Russell Loy and Bessie Clark Loy were
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born three children:
i. ANNABEL McNEAL LOY, b. Apr. 18, 1898.
ii. ROBERT ANDREW LOY, b. May 5, 1900.
iii. HUGH ALEXANDER LOY, b. May 23,
XXII. Isabella McCord^ (Samuel McCord^, Agnes
McKinney McCord-, Joseph MacKenzie^) was born Sep-
tember 21, 1805, in Madison township, Perry Co., Penna.,
died June 13, 1835, at Landisburg, Perry Co., Penna.;
married January 23, 1827, James Diven, born March 6,
1796, at Landisburg, died October 8, 1840, at the same
place. Parents and children were trained in the doctrines
of the Presbyterian faith, and adhered strictly to its teach-
ings. From their pioneer ancestors they learned the most
devout way of living, and in every line of descent are true
to the substantial, loyal, and intellectual plane of life laid
down by their forefathers. James Diven and his wife were
members of the Centre Presbyterian church, Perry Co., and
are buried in the graveyard at that place.
i. MARY ELIZABETH DIVEN, b. Aug. 8, 1828, d. Nov. '6,
1857, at Landisburg, Penna.; m. Sept. 9, 1845, John
Mcheson Linn, b. Jan. 24, 1820, at Landisburg, d.
Jan. 11, 1901, at Radnor, Penna. He was educated at
the Landisburg Academy, engaged in mercantile pur-
suits at that place, and after his removal to Phila-
delphia in 1865, he became interested in the wholesale
grocery business, although he retired from actual
commercial life some years previous to his death.
In politics he was a Republican, a Presbyterian in
faith, being at the date of his death a ruling elder in
the Princeton Presbyterian church of West Philadel-
To John Atcheson Linn and Mary Elizabeth Diven Linn
were born four children:
i. ANNA MARY LINN, b. Nov. 12, 1846; m. May 28,
1873, Dr. William H. Wallace, b. May 28, 1844,
son of William H. Wallace and Katharine F.
Keyser Wallace, a prominent physician of Phil-
adelphia, Penna., an adherent of the Episcopal
To Dr. William H. Wallace and Anna Mariy Linn
Wallace were born four children:
i. KATHARINE WALLACE, b. May 15, 1874.
ii. MARY ELIZA WALLACE, b. June 25,
1875; m. Nov. 12, 1902, Gerald Powell, of
Philadelphia, Penna., b. May 28, 1871,
connected with the Provident Life and
To Gerald Powell and Mary Eliza Wallace
Powell was born one child:
i. KATHARINE POWELL, b. Sept. 16,
iii. ANNA LINN WALLACE, b. Dec. 27, 1876.
iv. ELIZABETH WALLACE, b. June 8, 1878.
ii. JAMES DIVEN LI^N, b. Nov. 20, 1850, a resi-
dent of Gordonville, Penna., agent of the Penn-
sylvania Railroad Company, a Presbyterian,
iii. KATHARINE JANE LINN, b. Feb. 10, 1853; m.
Dec. 13, 1876, William A. Patton, b. Oct. 21,
1849, son of George W. Patton and Mary Burk-
•ett Patton, assistant to the president of the
Pennsylvania Railroad, resides at Philadelphia,
Penna., in faith a Presbyterian.
To William A. Patton and Katharine Jane Linn
Patton was born one child:
i. JOHN LINN PATTON, b. Oct. 13, 1883,
d. Oct. 6, 1900, while a sophomore at
iv. LIZZIE BELL LINN, b. Sept. 10, 1855, d. Sept. 17,
ii. SAMUEL ALEXANDER DIVEN, b. Nov. 1, 1830. d.
July 30, 1831.
iii. JAMES McCORD DIVEN, b. June 8, 1835, d. Feb. 19,
James Diven married secondly Mary Jane Niblock,
widow of Rev. John Niblock, pastor of the Presbyterian
church at Middle Ridge, Penna.
i. WILLIAM BLEAKLEY DIVEN, b. Feb. 7, 1839; m. Mar.
18, 1874, Isabella Galbraith, b. Mar. 26. 1847, daughter
of Dr. James Galbraith, of Landisburg, Penna. They
removed to Norristown, Penna., where Mr. Diven d.
Feb. 23, 1889.
To William Eleakley Diven and Isabella Galbraith
Diven were born three children:
i. MARY JANE DIVEN, b. June 22, 1875.
ii. JAMES BARRY DIVEN, b. Oct. 21, 1878.
iii. BLAKE GOTWALS DIVEN, b. Feb. 20, 1884,
XXIII. Elizabeth Thompson McCord'* (Samuel Mc-
Cord^, Agnes McKinney McCord-, Joseph MacKenzie^)
was born September 4, 1807, in Madison township, Perry
Co., Penna., died September 22, 1840, at Landisburg, Perry
Co., Penna.; married February 16, 1832, John Coyle, born
November 16, 1806, in Savill township, Perry Co., Penna.,
died October 15, 1855, at Hoguestown, Penna. In 1833
he engaged in business at Newville, Penna., and left there
for his farm in Perry Co., in 1835, which was the old Sam-
uel McCord homestead. After a few years he removed to
Landisburg, and entered the merchandising business. Af-
ter the death of his wife he went to Hoguestown. They
were members of the Centre Presbyterian church in Perry
Co., and after John Coyle's removal to Cumberland Co. he
became a member of the Silver Spring Presbyterian church.
He is buried beside his wife in the Centre church grave-
i. SAMUEL McCORD COYLE, b. July 19, 1834, d. Aug. 23,
1879, at Carlisle, Penna.; m. Dec. 16, 1858, Annie M.
Camp'bell. He began merchandising in Anderson-
burg, Perry Co., Penna., removed to Carlisle
in 1861, and continued his place of residence there
until his death. He was successful in business, and
maintained a prominent position among merchants.
He was an elder in the First Presbyterian church of
Carlisle, and is buried in Ashland cemetery at that
place. No issue.
ii. WILLIAM SCOTT COYLE, b. July 20, 1836. He received
an academical education, engaged in business with his
brother in Perry Co., Penna., in 1861 removed to
Carlisle, Penna., and again entered into partnership
with his brother, the firm bearing the name of Coyle
Bros. In 1888 he began business with Linn McCul-
lough and continued with him until 1892 when he
retired from the active duties of the firm. He is con-
nected with the interests of the Letort Carpet Com-
pany and the Indian Rug Company of Calisle, and an
especial partner with A. L. Hess & Company, wholesale
grocers of Philadelphia. He resides at Carlisle, is a
Republican in politics, a Presbyterian in religion,
having served as deacon and trustee in the Second
Presbyterian church for a number of years, and is
one of its most influential members,
iii. DAVID LINN COYLE, b. May 1, 1838, d. July 31, 1891,
unmarried. He received an academical education,
entered the army at the beginning of the War of the
Rebellion in the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, was with
Sherman on his march to the sea, and served until
the close of the war, in continuous service. He was
employed by the firm of S. A. Coyle & Company, of
Philadelphia, and for many years traveled as their
salesman. Later the firm changed to Coyle, Laughlin
and Company, and still later to McCandlish, Coyle
and Company, in both of which he was a partner,
and so remained until his death. He is buried in
the Centre Presbyterian church graveyard beside his
XXIV. William Andrew Robinson^ (Mary McCord
Robinson^, Agnes McKinney McCord^, Joseph MacKen-
zie^) was born July 20, 1795, in Sherman's Valley, now
Perry Co.. Penna., died March 10, 1871, at North East,
Erie Co., Penna.; married March 9, 1820, Nancy Cochran,
born December 22, 1797, in Ireland, died Ma^-ch 22, 1884,
at North East, daughter of Alexander Cochran and Nancy
Martin Cochran of County Down, Ireland, who came to
America in 1802.
He received a fine education, bcame a teacher and was a
valued member of society. His keen intelligence brought
him before the public, his political reforms and efforts in
the temperance cause, won for him the highest regard of his
fellow men. He was for many years a ruling elder in the
First Presbyterian church of North East. His wife had
great strength of character and was universally beloved for
her many admirable qualities. She lived to the age of
eighty-seven years, and is buried beside her husband at
ROSANNA BLAINE ROBINSON, b. Aug. 14, 1821, d.
Dec. 18, 1886; m. Oct. 24, 1846, John Davidson McCord,
b. Dec. 4, 1808, at Newville, Cumberland Co., Penna.,
d. July 1, 1900, at Philadelphia, Penna. He married
first Margaret McCandlish (see McCord line) by whom
he had six children. Rosanna Blaine Robinson was
educated at Oberlin College, and was a woman of rare
intelligence. She was active in the work of the Pres-
byterian church, and for many years was treasurer
of tlie Woman's Home Missionary Society of Phila-
To John Davidson McCord and Rosanna Blaine Robin-
son McCord v/ere born three children:
i CHARLES CLIFFORD McCORD, b. July 28, 1847;
m. Mar. 19, 1885, Sarah E. Smyth, b. Aug. 11,
1854, reside at Beaver, Penna. ^ „ ^ ,,
To Charles Clifford McCord and Sarah E. Smyth
McCord were born two children:
i CHARLES CLIFFORD McCORD, b. Jan.,
1886, d. Jan. 1886.
^ ii. GEORGE ROBINSON McCORD, b. July 5,
ii. ELLA McCORD.
iii MARY ROBINSON McCORD, m. Oct. 10, 1878,
Joseph DeForest Junldn, a graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania, reside at Philadel-
To Joseph DeForest Junkin and Mary Robinson
McCord Junkin were born three children:
i JOSEPH DeFOREST JUNKIN, b. Nov. 9,
1879, a graduate of Harvard College; m.
Jan. 3, 1905, Wilhemina Carrington
Shaus, of New York City,
ii. ROSAMUND ROBINSON JUNKIN, b.
Aug. 15, 1886.
iii. GEORGE JUNKIN, b. June 25, 1891,
iL ALEXANDER COCHRAN ROBINSON, b. Nov. 26, 1822,
d Dec 31, 1875; m. Oct. 23, 1863, Catharine Matner
Ely born in New England. At the age of nineteen
years he left his home at North East, and went to
Ind later to Chicago, 111., and in 1848 he entered
Into' the firm of McCord and Company, of Pittsburg,
Penna dealers in the fur and hat trade, a few years
later he joined his brothers in the carpet business,
and 'in 1863 became a member of Robinson Bros.
banking house, in which firm he continued until his
death. He was a member of the Presbyterian church.
To Alexander Cochran Robinson and Catharine Mather
Ely Robinson were born four children:
'• ALEXANDER COCHRAN ROBINSON, b. Oct. 19,
1864; m. Oct. 2, 1890, Emma Payne Jones,
daughter of John Bright Jones, of Sewickly,
Penna. He is in the Robinson Bros, banking
house of Pittsburg, Penna., a member of the
Presb-yterian church, resides at Sewickly.
To Alexander Cochran Robinson and Emma
Payne Jones Robinson were born three chil-
i ALEXANDER COCHRAN ROBINSON, b.
Nov. 1, 1891.
ii JOHN NOEL ROBINSON, b. Dec. 25, 1892.
iii DAVID ROBINSON, b. Aug. 1, 1894.
V SELDEN MARVIN ROBINSON, b. Nov. 20, 1866.
iii. ROSALINA ROBINSON, b. Nov. 19, 1871, d. Mar.
iv. PHILIP ELY ROBINSON, b. Mar. 18, 1875.
iii. JOHN F. ROBINSON, b. Mar. 9, 1824, d. Dec. 19, 1904;
m. Feb., 1861, PbiJena Alice Livingston, daughter of
an iron manufacturer of Pittsburg, Penna. In early
manhood he was engaged in business at Ripley, N. Y.,
removed to Pittsburg in 1848, entered the dry goods
store of Murphy & Burchfield, later he became a part-
ner in Robinson & Company's carpet establishment,
and from 1863 to 1891, when his health failed, was a
member of the firm of Robinson Bros.' banking house.
Since 1870 he resided at Sewickly, and for twenty-one
years was a ruling elder in the First Presbyterian
church at that place. No issue.
iv. NANCY MARTIN ROBINSON, b. Mar. 30, 1826, d.
1875; m. Oct. 10, 1860, Alexander Cochran, M. D., b.
Jan. 11, 1825, d. Oct. 12, 1865, at Westfield N. Y.,
where he was a prominent physician.
To Dr. Alexander Cochran and Nancy Martin Robinson
Cochran was born one child:
i. WILLIAM ROBINSON COCHRAN, M. D., b. Apr.
6, 1864; m. May 27, 1896, Frances Mildred Par-
ker, b. Dec. 18, 1868. He was graduated from
the Western University of Pennsylvania in
1882 with the degree of Ph. B. and from
the University of Pennsylvania in 1885 with
the degree of M. D. He entered the med-
ical profession in Philadelphia. Since 1894
he has been, in Knoxville, Tenn. In 1898 he was
iprofessor of pathology in the Tennessee Med-
ical College, and in 1900 he was surgeon in the
Eastern Tennessee Dispensary.
To Dr. William Robinson Cochran and Frances
Mildred Parker Cochran were born two chil-
i. WILLIAM ROBINSON COCHRAN, b. Sept.
ii. ELIZABETH BARBER COCHRAN, b. Nov.
V. DAVID ROBINSON, twin, b. Jan. 30, 1828, d. Jan. 7,
1895. In 1848 he entered the banking house of Wil-
liam H. Williams, Erie, Penna.; in 1850 went to Pitts-
burg, entered the banking house of Holmes and Son.
Later he became a partner in the Thompson Bell
banking institution. In 1836 became a partner in the
banking firm' of the five brothers, Alexander C, John
F., David, William A., and Samuel M. He was a rul-
ing elder for thirty-three years in the First Presby-
terian church of Pittsburg. He was unmarried,
vi. REV. THOMAS PIASTINGS ROBINSON, twin, b. Jan.
30, 1828; m. May 13, 1856, Mary Wolf Buehler, b. May
10, 1833, d. Oct. 20, 1901, daughter of Col. Henry Bueh-
ler and Anna M'argaretta Wolf Buehler, of Harrisburg,
Penna. His life has been devoted to the gospel minis-
try in the Presbyterian church. A graduate of Ober-
lin College and the Western Theological Seminary,
he was licensed to preach June 15, 1854, was called to
be colleague pastor of the Market S'quare Presby-
terian church, Harristaurg, the same year. In 1876
upon the death of the pastor, he assumed charge of
the congregation, retired to accept the professorship
of sacred rhetoric, pastoral theology and church gov-
ernment, in the Western Theological Seminary,
which position he held from 1885 to 1901. He was
president pro tem. and trustee of Wilson College
from 1875 to 1887, a trustee of Princeton College, and
has held many important offices in the church. He
is the author of "The McCord Memorial" and a "His-
tory of the Robinson Family", and through his cour-
tesy some of the dates have been used in these rec-
To Rev. Thomas Hastings Robinson and Mary Wolf
Buehler Robinson were born seven children:
i. HENRY BUEHLER ROBINSON, b. Dec. 27, 1857,
d. Dec. 30, 1857.
ii. ANNA MARGARETTA ROBINSON, b. July 21,
1859, d. Dec. 23, 18S1.
iii. WILLIAM ANDREW ROBINSON, b. Sept. 25,
18G1.; m. Nov. 26, 1888, Anna Green MacLaren,
b. July 5, 1861, daughter of Rev. Donald Mac-
Laren and Elizabeth Green MacLaren. A grad-
uate of Princeton University, he studied at
Leipzig and Heidelberg, and is professor of
Latin in the Lawrenceville School, N. J., previ-
ously professor of Greek and secretary of the
faculty at Lehigh University, Bethlehem,
Penna., an elder in the Presbyterian church.
To William Andrew Robinson and Anna Green
MacLaren Robinson were born two children:
i. ELIZABETH MacLAREN ROBINSON, b.
Feb. 8, 1890.
ii. THOMAS HASTINGS ROBINSON, ta. Jan.
iv. ELIZA McCORMICK ROBINSON, b. Aug. 5, 1863;
m. Oct. 9, 1890, George Richmond Fleming,
a lawyer, resided at Harrisburg, Penna., b
Sept. 13, 1860, d. Jan. 6, 1898, son of Hon. David
Fleming and Susan Mowry Fleming.
To George Richmond Fleming and Eliza McC'or-
mick Robinson Fleming were born two chil-
i. ANNA MARGARETTA FLEMING, b. July
ii. SUSANNA MOWRY FLEMING, b. Apr. 23,
V. EDWARD ORTH ROBINSON, b. May 20, 1865;
m. Oct. 29, 1898, Mary Baird McKnight, b.
Dec. 17, 1866, daughter of Charles McKnight
and Jean Baird McKnight, reside at Pittsburg,
To Edward Orth Robinson and Mary Baird
McKniglit Robinson vras born one child:
i. EDWARD ORTH ROBINSON, b. Dec. 28,
1900, d. July 4, 1902.
vi. THOMAS HASTINGS ROBINSON, b. Feb. 6,
1871; m. Oct. 2, 1900, Anna Jacobus Scott, b.
Apr. 3, 1876, daughter of James B. Scott and
Anna Wallace Jacobus Scott, reside at Pitts-
To Thomas Hastings Robinson and Anna Jacobus
Scott Robinson were born two children:
i. ANNA JACOBUS ROBINSON, b. May 11,
ii. MARY WOLF ROBINSON, b. Jan. 28, 1904.
vii. MARY BUEHLER ROBINSON, b. Jan. 26, 1874.
vii. WILLIAM ANDREW ROBINSON, b. June 17, 1830, d.
Oct. 4, 1902; m. Oct. 20, 1874, Alice Elizabeth Blaine,
b. 1843,' daughter of Alexander W. Blaine and Sarah
Piatt Blaine. He served his country during the War
of the Rebellion, enlisted as a private ' in Com-
pany A, 9th Pennsylvania Reserves, 38th Penn-
sylvania Volunteers, known as the "Pittsburg
Rifles", rose from rank to rank, until May
22, 1865, he was commissioned lieutenant colonel
of the regiment, and later was created brevet colonel
and brigadier general. He was for a few years en-
gaged in the carpet house of Robinson & Company,
Pittsburg, Penna., later a partner In the firm of Liv-
ingston & Co., and senior member of the banking
house of Robinson Bros., a ruling elder in the First
Presbyterian church of Pittsburg, and a trusteee in
the Western Theological Seminary.
To William Andrew Robinson and Alice Elizabeth
Blaine Robinson were born three children:
i. ALICE ROBINSON, b. Mar. 29, 1876. ■
ii. ALEXANDER BLAINE ROBINSON, b. Apr. 1,
iii. WILIJAM ANDREW ROBINSON, b. Aug. 22,
nil. SAMUEL MARTIN ROBINSON, b. July 9, 1833, d. May
20, 1902. In 1853 he left his home in North East town-
ship, Penna., and joined his brothers at Pittshurg,
Penna. On Dec. 16 of that year he entered the
Thompson Bell banking house, and in July, 1858, en-
tered the First National Bank of Pittshurg. He was
successively, a teller in that institution, for five years
president of the South Pittsburg Gas Works, and
again became a member of the banking house from
which he retired about 1896. He was unmarried.
XXV. Hetty Robinson* (Mary McCord Robinson^, Ag-
nes McKinney McCord^, Joseph MacKenzie^) was born
March 15, 1797, in Sherman's Valley, now Perry Co.,
Penna., died February 27, 1844, and is buried at Door Vil-
lage, Ind. ; married October 19, 18 19, Alvah Barr, born in
Vermont, died March lo, 1861, and is buried at Oswego,
111. They lived until 1839 in Pennsylvania and Ohio, when
they decided to go further west and removed to Illinois, and
resided in different localities in that state. His wife was a
staunch Presbyterian, while in his earlier 3'ears he belonged
to the Christian church and continued in that faith. He
was for many years a contractor on public vv^orks connected
with canal traffic in the east, and carried on the business
to some extent in the west. A skillful and scientific arch-
itect, he rose to a prominent position in his line of business.
i. MARY ANNE BARR, b. Dec. 8, 1820, d. Dec. 9. 1846; m.
Dec. 8, 1844, William Hilton, b. Nov. 24, 1816, cl. Mar.
4, 1894, at Mishawaka, Ind., wliere be lived since 1847,
and v^-as engaged in the carriage manufacturing bus-
iness. His birth place was Benton Center, N. Y.
To William Hilton and Mary Anne Barr Hilton was
born one child:
i. MARY ELLEN HILTON, b. Feb. 14, 1846, resides
at Mayfield, Cal.
ii. JULLV S. BARR, b. Sept. 11, 1823, d. Feb. 1, 1846; m.
1844, James H. Hubbard, b. 1817, in New York state,
d. 1SS9. Interested in real estate, his life was spent
in various enterprises connected with that line of
To James H. Hubbard and Julia S. Barr Hubbard was
born one child:
i. JULIA AURELIA HUBBARD, b. June 24, 1845;
m. May 7, 1874, George W^hitfield Gordon, b.
Sept. 20, 1842, at Florida, Orange Co., N. Y.,
son of Thomas Gordon and Jane Smith Gordon,
members of the Episcopal church, reside at
iii. MARTHA CHARLOTTE BARR, b. Sept. 25, 1825, d.
Dec. 18, 1887; m. 1848, Wright Murphy, b. 1811, at
Bangor, Maine, d. Feb. 22, 1865, at Oswego, 111., where
he practiced law for many years. A member of the
Universalist church, a strong advocate for temper-
ance, liberal in his views, he was a power for good,
and extremely popular.
To Wright Murphy and T.Iartha Charlotte Barr Murphy
were born three children:
i. ROBINSON BARR MURPHY, b. May 11, 1849;
m. Oct. 28, lS75,Llna Virginia Johnson, b. at
Mobile, Ala., daughter of James Doran Johnson
and Elizabeth Johnson. He enlisted in the War
of the Rebellion Aug. 6, 1862, at the age of
thirteen years, with Company A, 127th Illinois
Volunteers, and was made orderly to the col-
onel of the regiment. In January, 1864, he
was made orderly to General J. A. J. Lightburn,.
was in several battles and received a medal of
honor for gallant conduct on July 28, 18G4, when
he led two regiments into battle near Atlanta
and had his horse shot from under him. He
was then only fifteen years of age, and was
in continuous service until his company was
mustered out June 5, 1865. He resides at
Front Royal, Va., a commercial traveler,
twenty-five years vv^ith the present comipany,
member of the Methodist church.
To Robinson Barr Murphy and Lina Virginia
Johnson Murphy were born three children:
i. ROBINSON BARR MURPHY, b. Dec. 23,
1876, d. May 23, 1877.
ii. MARTHA CHARLOTTE MURPHY, b. Jan.
28, 1878; m. May 11, 1905, Charles Au-
gustus Macatee, an attorney at Clifton
iii. ANNIE MARGENIA MURPHY, b. Nov. 8,
ii. MARTHA CHARLOTTE MURPHY, b. Jan. 4,
1851,; m. Sept. 27, 1877, Clarence Melvin Whit-
ing, M. D., b. Oct. 17, 1851, at Litchfield, Mich.,
d. Oct. 12, IS 84, at Polo, 111., son of David
Whiting and Harriett Hale Whiting. H^e was
graduated in medicine from Ann Arbor, Mich.,
in 1873, and practiced eleven years at Polo,
111., a member of the Presbterian church. His
widow resides at Eureka Springs, Ark.
To Dr. Clarence Melvin Whiting and Martha
Charlotte Murphy Whiting were born three, chil-
i. CLARA FANNIE WHITING, b. Mar. 15,
1879; m. Dec. 8, 1904, Dr. Russell G.
Floyd, of Eureka Springs, Ark.
ii. HALE SANFORD V\^HITING, twin, b. Apr.
26, 1883, d. Aug. 21, 1883.
iii. HARRY MURPHY WHITING, tv/in, b.
Apr. 26, 1883, d. Sept. 13, 1883.
iii. FRANCES ELLA MURPHY, b. Apr. 27, 1855; m.
June 10, 1877, William Holyoke, reside at To-
To William Holyoke and Frances Ella Murphy
Holyoke were born three children:
i. MARTHA ADALINE HOLYOKE, b. Jan.
ii. JOSEPH MURPHY HOLYOKE, b. Oct. 21,
1880, d. Nov. 8, 1886.
iii. ELIZABETH MURPHY HOLYOKE, b.
May 30, 1887.
iv. MILTON FORD BARR, b. Nov. 13, 1829; m. Apr. 2, 1854,
Catharine Johnson, b. May 1, 1826, in Ireland, came
when three years of age, with her parents, to Amer-
ica, d. July 22, 1884, and is buried in Osage Co., Kan.
Her husband's birth place was Crav/ford Co., Penna.,
and lived there until the removal of his parents to Illi-
nois in 1839. After his marriage he went to Iowa, to
Chicago in 1864, and to Kansas in 1874. He is a member
of the Presbyterian church, and since the death of his
wife has resided wiih his children, at present with
his son at Coeur D'Alene, Idaho.
To Milton Ford Barr and Catharine Johnson Barr were
born five children:
i. MARGARET LAVENIA BARR, b. Apr. 3, 1855,
d. Aug. 16, 1888, at Kusiae, Caroline Islands;
m. Apr. 21, 1880, Rev. Alfred Christopher Walk-
up, b. May 18, 1850, at Nunda, 111., son of Jos-
eph Walkup and Mary White Walkup ordained
1880 a missionary of the Congregational church.
To Rev. Alfred Christopher Walkup and Margaret
Lavenia Barr Walkup were born three children:
i. JOHN MILTON WALKUP, b. Oct. 6, 1882.
ii. ELEANOR EVA WALKUP, b. Mar. 14,
iii. ALFRED WILLIAM WALKUP, b. Dec. 22.
ii. WILLIAM MILTON BARR, b. May 10, 1857; m.
Dec. 31, 1884, Jane Chambers Allen, b. May 14,
1855, at Moorefield, W. Va., d. June 8, 1903, at
Sanger, Cal., daughrer of James W. F. Allen
and Caroline Williams Allen. For some j'ears
he v/as engaged in busines in Kansas, removed
to California in 1888, and for two years was
interested in the grain and lumber trade. Since
that time he has been active in the insurance
and real estate business connected with western
enterprise, a member of the Presbyterian
church, his residence at Sanger, Cal.
To William Milton Barr and Jane Chambers'
Allen Barr were born six children: