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John DIEL

Sixth Generation

43. Elizabeth Jackson DEAL (Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 16 Mar 1830 in Pennsylvania. She died on 10 Sep 1920 in Marshall Twp, Taylor, Ia and was buried in Lexington Cem, Clayton Twp, Taylor Co. Ia.

Family Notes from Ronald James Lindsey - "His great grandfather was HughM. Lindsey b. est. 1825-1830, Unknown place, resided, Galesburg, IL ??,m. Elizabeth J. Deal, 15 Nov 1855, in Knox Co. IL. I know of two sons,Samuel Newton Lindsey, b. 08 Mar 1860, Galesburg, IL., d. 19 Aug. 1946,Tracyton, Kitsap Co., WA, m. Hattie Jane Fowler, b.c. 1887, dau of JamesFowler and Matilda Stevens. This family moved into Archuleta Co. COL.,San Diego, CA., Medford, OR, and then into Tracyton, WA, in 1919. Ihave most of this family traced out around Tracyton, WA. The secondknown son, L. L. Lindsey, was recorded in Samuel's obituary in 1946."

An Old Resident Gone_ This community was called up[on the past week themourn the death of one of its oldest and long time residents, in theperson of Mrs. Elizabeth J. Deal Lindsey, whose death occurred on lastFriday at the Lindsey homestead southwest of Conway.
Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Lindsey have been long residents of this vicinity,having come to this County in the early days had had much to do in theshaping of the wild prairie land of this part of the people who now liveat ease in splendid form homes in close proximity with each other vastlydifferent from what it was when Mrs. Lindsey landed here in the spring of1866. The Lindsey home was one of hospitality and Mrs. Lindsey alwayshad a cheery word for the visitors who entered her home.
For a few years past Mrs. Lindsey has been in poor health and wasconfined to her home the greater part of the time.
Elizabeth J. Deal was born in Chambersbury, PA of the 16th of March,1830. She resided at that place until she grew to young womanhood, whenshe with her parents moved to Knoxville, ILL. She was there united inmarriage to Hugh M. Lindsey in 1854, to this union were born sevenchildren, three of whom survive their mother. They are Mary F. Morgan,of near Conway, with whom she has made her home, N.S. Lindsey ofTraceytown, WA., Leonard L. Lindsey of Chestnutville, MO.
Mrs. Lindsey moved with her father from Illinois to Iowa in the springof 1855, and lived at the old home place all these years until deathremoved her hence.
Mrs. Lindsey never united with any church but brought up her childrenin the Christian faith and taught them to be true men and women in everysense of the word. She was always ready and willing to help those whowere distress. She lived a good useful life and passes away 10 Sept.1920, aged 90 yrs, 05 months, and 24 day.
She leaves to mourn her departure three children as mentioned, 16grandchildren, 07 great grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. S.F. Rogers ofGrand Junction, COLO., and Mrs. M.A. Evans of Chambersbury, PA, and ahost of friends.
Funeral services were held at the family home on Tuesday afternoon andshe was laid to rest in the family lot in the Lexington Cem. - The TimesRepublican Bedford Taylor Co. Iowa, Thursday, 16 Sept. 1920

Family Notes from Lucy Wattles - Name for Francis Deal is also spelledas Diehl and Diel. In the 1850 census for Chambersburg, PA, this familyis listed under the name "Francis Diehl." After they moved to Illinois,it was always spelled Deal. The 1850 Census listing, dated September 15,1850, Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, is:

498/545 Francis Diehl, 47, M, Coach Trimmer, b. PA
Catherine Diehl, 45, F, b. PA, Elizabeth Diehl, 20,F, b. PA
Samuel Diehl, 17, M, Moulder, b. PA Henrietta Diehl, 15, F, b. PA
Ann Diehl, 10, F, b. PA Gertrude Diehl, 7,F, b. PA Sarah Diehl, 5, F, b. PA William McClure,76, M, No occupation, b. PA

Elizabeth Jackson Deal m. Hugh Lindsey, 15 Nov 1855. Knox Co. IL
Had a son, William L. Lindsey, b. and d. 1859, buried Knoxville Cem. KnoxCo. IL
Had a son, Samuel Newton Lindey, b. Mar. 1860, Galesburg, Knox Co. IL
Had a son, L. L. Lindsey b.c. 1867 , he was alive in 1946, Arvardo, COL.

Elizabeth J. Lindsey, wife of Hugh M.C. Lindsey, d. 10 Sept 1920, 90y,5m, 24d, Lexington Cem. Clayton Twp. Taylor Co. IA - Info: Taylor Co.IA Burials

Francis Deal and his daughter Henrietta and son Samuel M. Deal are allburied in Knoxville Cemetery, Knoxville, Illinois. I am sure CatherineMinnich Deal was also buried there, but no marker exists now. Alsoburied with them is Little Willie Lindsey, son of Hugh M. Lindsey andElizabeth Jackson Deal. James Phillips Rogers and his wife, SarahFrances Deal, are buried with the Deal family, along with two of theirchildren, Mary E. and Fannie E. Rogers.

I have obtained a copy of the Estate papers for Francis Deal datedNovember 16, 1863. His estate was valued at "approximately $400." Hewas survived by his widow, Catherine Deal, and the following children:Catherine Wark, Elizabeth J. Lindsey, Samuel M. Deal, M. Ann Deal,Gertrude Deal and Sarah Deal. Administrator was his son-in-law, Hugh M.Lindsey.

Elizabeth married Hugh McKane LINDSEY, son of Samuel LINDSEY and Mrs. Elisabeth (---) ATCHESON, on 15 Nov 1855 in Knox Co. Il. Hugh was born in 1820 in Frankford, Cumberland, Pa. He died on 18 Mar 1898 in Marshall Twp, Taylor, Ia and was buried on 18 Mar 1898 in Marshall Twp, Taylor, Ia, Lexington Cem. Age 78.

Various Spellings: Lindsey, Lindsay, Linsey,
Hugh McKane Lindsey, m1) 02 June 1841, Margaret Jane Graham, he was21 yrs, , she was 23 yrs,
Hugh McKane Lindsey, m2) 15 Nov 1855, Knoxville, Knox, IL, Elizabeth Jackson Deal, he was aged 35, she was aged 25 yrs, Illinois StatewideMarriage Index 1763 - 1900, Hugh W. Lindsey, m. Elizabeth J. Deal, KnoxCo. IL., 11/15/1855, Vol/Page 002/0059, License No. Not Noted

Military Service: Illinois Civil War Veterans Database lists: Hugh M.Lindsey, Cpl, Co. E, 83 IL, US Inf. Residence; Knoxville. Office ofthe Secretary of State, Illinois State Archives, Info: 21 June 2000
Muster and Descriptive Roll of Co. "E" Eighty Third Infantry, Reg. ofILL. Volunteers, Hugh M Lindsey, Corporal, age 43 yrs, 5' 11" tall, Brown hair, brown eyes, married, occupation: mechanic, Nativity: Town:Unlisted, County, Cumberland, State, PA,
Joined for Service and Enrolled: 31 July 1862, Ft. Donelson, TENN., ByWhom: Gov. of Illinois, Knoxville, for a period of 3 yrs, Mustered inService: When: 21 Aug. 1862, Where: Monmouth, ILL, By Whom: Capt.Christopher, from Knoxville, Knox Co. IL, Remarks: reduced to ranks,13 Dec. 1862, Discharged July 1863, Ft. Donelson, TENN., Disability,

Civil War Pensions Index- Hugh M Lindsey, Widow: Elizabeth J Lindsey,83rd Ill. Inf.
Application # 733386 Certificate # 843405, Filed IA 1887 ??
Widow: Application #675007, Certificate # 527732 IA 1888 ??

Notes from Lucy Wattle regarding the Lindsey and Deal Family residing inKnox Co. IL.
On April 25 I sent a packet of information to Ron. That included a copy of the estate papers for Francis Deal's estate.. 1863 Hugh Lindseywas made administrator of his father-in-law, Francis Deal.
Knox Co. IL. No resident information on Hugh Lindsey.
On those estate papers, Elizabeth got everything. I think the valueof the estate was about $400. They sold a land warrant for $166 andElizabeth got that. I don't know why it went to Elizabeth. It waslisted as a claim against the estate. Hugh was in Knox County for the March term, 1866, Knox County Circuit Court, when it appears the estatewas closed.
Neither Hugh or Elizabeth are buried with the family in the KnoxvilleCemetery, unless they did not have stones. There are stones for the restof the family including "Little Willie" Lindsey. As I remember, they hada plot that was kind of marked off. It was under a large tree.

18 July 1850, Springfield, Clark Co. OH, p. 172, Household: 171/179
Hugh Lindsey, 30, male, carpenter, 500, PA Margaret Lindsey, 32, f,PA
Charles Lindey, 07, m. OH, Elizabeth Lindsey, 02, f, OH

Margaret died in 1854, and 1855 Hugh had married 2d) to Elizabeth JacksonDeal, dau of Francis Deal
No 1860 census found, before the 1870 Hugh and his family removed toTaylor Co. IA.

1870, Marshall Twp, Taylor Co. IA #17
Hugh M. Lindsey, 50, m, PA, Carpenter, E.J. Lindsey, 40, f, PA,
Mary F. Lindsey, 13, f, ILL, Dora B. Lindsey, 08, f, ILL, SamuelLindsey, 10, m, ILL,
Kitty M Lindsey, 06, f, ILL, Albert E Lindsey, 03, m, IA, LenardLindsey, 01, m, IA,
Adaline Lindsey, 17, f. OH,

20 June 1878 - The Taylor Co. Republican, Bedford Taylor Co. IA,Agricultural Outlook - H.M. Lindsey
Has one hundred and twenty acres. From thirty two to thirty fiveacres of corn are planted, and of small grains, there are six of oats andthree of rye, besides about one acre of fall wheat, sown in the orchard,which contains one hundred trees. This is seeded to clover and timothyand besides there are four acres of timothy on another part of the farm.Six peach trees on this farm are bearing considerably the present seasonand there are a few small fruits.
Mr. L. has twenty three hogs, fourteen head of cattle, young and oldand five of the horse kind, three being work animals. He has hadunusually bad luck with his equine stock lately, having lost four duringthe last twelve months, the last a good brood mare, with a young colt byher side being found dead on the prairie the morning after the great rainstorm a few weeks ago. The colt was found alive however and may yet besaved.

22 June 1880 Census Marshall Twp, Taylor Co. IA pg. 66, SD. 03, En. Dist. 216,Household #407
Hugh M Lindsey, 60, m, PA PA PA , Elizabeth J. Lindsey, 50, f,wife, keeping house, PA PA PA
Mary F Lindsey, 23, f, dau., IL, PA PA, teacher, Dora Lindsey, 18, f,dau. single, IL, PA PA, teacher,
Kitty Lindsey, 16, f, dau., at school, IL, PA PA, Albert Lindsey,13, m,son, at school, IA PA PA,
Leonard Lindsey, 11, m, son, IA PA PA, Samuel Lindsey, 85, m, widower,PA Unk, Unk, (Hugh's father)

1881History of Taylor Co. IA, page 746
Hugh M. Lindsey, farmer and carpenter, section thirty-three, post-officeConway, born in Pennsylvania in 1820. Moved with his parents to Ohiowhen nine years of age and there remained until 1855. Was educated inthe common schools. In the last named year he moved to Knox County,Illinois, thence to his present residence. Was married 02 June 1841, inDelaware County, Ohio, to Miss Margaret J. Graham, a native ofPennsylvania, by whom he had five children: Chas. M., Margaret E.,Adaline C., and Anna A, John C, died in 1848. Mrs. L. died 09 April1854. He was again married 15th November 1855, to Miss Elizabeth Deal,also a native of Pennsylvania. From this union there are six children.Mary F., Samuel N.S., Dora Be., Kitty May, Albert E. and Leonard L.; one,Wm. D. died 06 Apr 1859. Mr. L. was enlisted in August, 1862, in theEighty-third Illinois infantry; was discharged 07 July 1863, on accountof physical disabity. Has had the office of justice of the peace almostcontinuously since coming to this county. He owns a good farm ofninety-seven acres, sixty of which are in good cultivation and wellimproved.

1885, Marshall Twp, Taylor Co. IA #104
Hugh Lindsey, 64, m, PA, Elizabeth Lindsey, 54, f, PA, DoraLindsey, 22, f, ILL,
Kittie Lindsey, 20, f, ILL, Albert Lindsey, 18, m, IA,Lenard Lindsey, 16, m, IA

1895, Marshall Twp, Taylor Co. IA Special Census - Veterans
Hugh M. Lindsey, 74, m, PA - Co "C" 83rd , ILL Inf.
Elizabeth Lindsey, 64, f, PA, Lenard Lindsey, 25, m, IA,Silinas Lindsey, 23, f, IA
Frances Lindsey, 02, f, IA, ? Lyman Lindsey, 00, m, IA, ?

Ref Note: 1881, Marshall Twp. Taylor Co. IA, Hugh M. Lindsey, pg. 746
Burial Records: Taylor Co. Iowa Burials, Lexington Cemetery, LindseyFamily
Hugh M.C. Lindsey, died 18 Mar. 1898, ae. 77 yr, 11 m, 9d, (ss Elizabeth)#389 veteran's list. Hugh M. Lindsey, died 18 Mar. 1898, LexingtonCem. Co. E 83rd Ill, Inf.

A search of Cumberland Co. PA revealed the following Lindsey families:
Big Spring Presbyterian Graveyard, Newville Borough, Cumberland Co. PA.
Lindsey, William d. 1-23-1838, b. 7-6-1793
Lindsey, Mary Forbes d. 10-26-1842, b. 4-27-1786, w/o William Lindsey
Lindsey, William E. d. 1-6-1859, b. 2-21-1822
Lindsey, Sophia d. 9-24-1860, b. 9-19-1829, w/o William E. Lindsey
Lindsey, Peter Wilt d. 12-8-1866, age 15y 7m, s/o Peter & Sarah Lindsey
Lindsey, Jane d. 5-4-1837, age 78y 7m
Lindsey, John F. d. 2-14-1888, b. 9-2-1819
Lindsey, Rachel W. d. 11-18-1894, b. 3-6-1821,

Information received from Lucy Wattles:
I have several books from Knox County. I don't really know what to lookfor, but the cemetery book for Knox Township has a lot of Lindseys besidethe one for E.J., H.M, and Little Willie

A Ray,Della G.,Edward C,Ellen M.,Everett S,Helen M,Howard,JamesClayton,Jennie M.,
John A.,John T,Mandana Wright,Margaret C.,Martha Masters,Maiy A.,PearlA,Robert B,
Samuel,Sarah Jenella,SarahR Smith,Simeon N,Thomas Albert,

I just looked up Samuel It says:
LINDSEY, James Clayton born in Burlington, IA, 10/31/1874 - d 2/5/1881
Only child of Samuel & Mandana
Mandana Wright 1832-19 14
I wonder if Samuel could be Hugh's brother.

Index to Death Records 1878-19 10 lists.
Linsley, James H. Galesburg 1906, Lindsey, James Clayton, Knoxville,1881,
Lindsay, Mrs Mary, Knoxville, 1890, Lindsey, Howard, Knoxville, 1890,
Lindsey, Hannah, Salem Twp, 1878, Linsley, Edwin W, Galesburg, 1900,
Lindsay, Sarah G, Knox Twp., 1909

Tax Lists Knox Co, 1855
John Lindsey, Cedar Twp., Total Value $329, Tax $2 73
Samuel Lindsey, Knox Twp, Total Value $837, Tax $6 87
Linsey, Charles, Knox Twp, Total Value $442, Tax $4.72
H Lindsey, Knox Twp, Total Value $60, Tax $ 55 (Hugh?)


Howard Lindsey, Persifer Twp., Total Value, $541, Tax $5.41

Map of Knox Co. 1861. C Lindsey, Knox Twp., H. Lindsey, Persifer Twp.

The Deal land does not show on this map Possibly it was in the city ofKnoxville. They still owned it when the estate was settled in 1863 HughM. Lindsey was the Administrator of the estate. For some reason onlyElizabeth Lindsey received a share of the estate. It does not say whathappened to the property, only that the family is living there Maybe theothers were to eventually get a share of it. I sent Ron a copy of thesepapers.

Index to Estates 1832-1900
Lindley, Jonas, Adm or Exec. Martha Lindley, 1861
Lindzey, William, Adm or Exec John Lindzey & George Lmdzey, 1876
Undzey, John E. Adm or Exec. George E. Lindzey & William Chapman, 1892
Lindzey, Charles R., Adm or Exec. Mary A Lindzey & Henry Masters, 1899
Lindsey, Hannah, Adm or Exec John E. Lindsey & George E Lindsey, 1878

1890 Tax List
AT Lindsey, City of Galesburg Twp. $35
Charles Lindsey, Knox Twp., $175
Chas. R Lindsey, City of Knoxville, $ 20
J.E. Lindsey, Elba Twp., $1260
John Lindsey, Knox Twp., $95
Lindsey & Knight, Salem Twp, $430
J.H . Lindsley, City of Galesburg Twp. $ 123

1880 Census, Knox Twp.
Lindsey, Charles D, Charles R, Clayton,Corinne C,Edward C.,John T.,KellumP,Maggie C,Mandana,MaiyA,,Maiy E,Robert,Samuel,Sarah R.,

Samuel Lindsey, 46, b. Ohio, House Carpenter,
Mandana, 49, wife, keeps house, b Ohio, Father b. Vt, Mother b PA
Clayton, 5, son, at home, b. IA, Father b. OH, Mother b OH
Mary Wright, 61, Mother of wife, widow, broken hip, b. PA, father b. Eng,
mother b. PA

Hugh and Elizabeth had the following children:

+ 57 F i Mary Francis S LINDSEY
  58 M ii William Deal LINDSEY was born on 6 Jun 1859 in Knox Co. Il ??. He died on 6 Jun 1859 in Died Young, Knox Co. Il ?? and was buried 1 in Knoxville Cem., Knoxville, Il.

1 NAME Willie /Lindsey/
2 SOUR S3045
3 DATA
4 TEXT Date of Import: 23 Apr 2000


Buried with James P. and Sarah F. (Deal) Rogers in Knoxville Cem. Knox, IL
(His uncle and aunt)

Knoxville Cemetery book indicates the grave stone says "Little Willie,son of H.M. and E.J. - b 4/6/1859, d. -" Next line says "Deal & Lindsey- has another name - unreadable."
+ 59 M iii Samuel Newton Synder LINDSEY
+ 60 F iv Dora Belle LINDSEY
  61 F v Kitty May LINDSEY was born in 1864 in Knox Co. Il ??. She died on 14 Feb 1891 in Taylor Co. Ia Age 26 Yrs and was buried in Lexington Cem, Taylor Co. Ia.

Kittie May Lindsey, dau of H.M. & E.J., died 14 Feb 1891, aged 26y, 11m,17d, Lexington Cem, - info: Taylor Co. IA Burials

1870, Marshall, Taylor Co. IA, 06, f, IL
1880, Marshall, Taylor Co. IA, 16, f, IL PA PA
1885, Marshall, Taylor Co. IA, 20, f, IL
1891, deceased
+ 62 M vi Albert Evans LINDSEY
+ 63 M vii Leonard Lincoln LINDSEY

50. Gertrude Vandike Rice DEAL (Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 24 Mar 1842. She died on 10 Apr 1907.

At the time of the death of Francis Deal, Gertrude was not married. Ihave found her in the 1880 census and her name was Kennedy, not Kennerlyas it appears in the Deal family Bible. I believe I misinterpreted thehandwriting in the Bible. Page 230 of the 1880 census for Knox Townshipgives the following listing:

KENNEDY
William E. 37, farmer, born Illinois, both parents born New York
Gertrude, 38, wife, keeps house, born PA, both parents born PA
Kitty W., 11, daughter, born Illinois, father born Illinois, mother bornPA
Frank J., 5, son, born Illinois, father born Illinois, mother born PA
Mary E., 4, daughter, at home, born Illinois, father born Illinois,mother born PA
LINDLEY
Samuel M., 20, nephew, farm laborer, born Illinois, both parents born OH

I believe this is Samuel Lindsey, son of Hugh and Elizabeth Lindsey.

Gertrude married William E. KENNEDY on 13 Sep 1866 in Knox Co, Il. William was born about 1843 in Il.

They had the following children:

  64 F i Kitty W. KENNEDY 1 was born 2 about 1869.
  65 M ii Frank J. KENNEDY 1 was born 2 about 1875.
  66 F iii Mary E. KENNEDY 1 was born 2 about 1876.

51. Sarah Francis DEAL (Francis DEAL , Peter DEAL , Francis , Peter , John ) was born on 22 Feb 1845. She died on 28 Jun 1938 in Peever, Roberts, Sd.

In his book, Forrest Rogers tells of a couple of visits to see hisgrandmother in Grand Junction, Colorado, where she lived with herdaughter, Kate, in 1933.
Charles Rogers was my grandfather. The Rogers were all members of theKnoxville Presbyterian Church. I kind of think the Deals were, too, butdon't know for sure. -- Lucille Wattles-

Mrs. Sarah Rogers Dies in Minnesota - Mrs. Sarah Frances Rogers, 93, aformer resident of Knoxville, died Tuesday afternoon in the home of herdaughter, Mrs. Ben Gardner at Brown's Valley, Minn.
Her husband preceded her in death and besides Mrs. Gardner there are adaughter and a son surviving, Mrs. Pete McCabe of Grand Junction, Colo.,and Charles Rogers of Knoxville.
The funeral will be held in Knoxville at the Presbyterian Church,Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment will be in the KnoxvilleCemetery.
The Daily Register Mail, Galesburg, Ill., Wednesday, June 29, 1938.


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I am sure Sarah was the last of her family. She was the baby, born in1845
and died in 1938. Elizabeth was born in 1830. I know that Gertude diedin
1907 but do not know where. That is in the Bible. I don't think shedied in
Knox County. - Lucy Wattles Notes

Sarah married James Phillips ROGERS on 22 Feb 1866 in Monmouth, Warren, Il. James was born on 19 Jun 1842 in Warner Twp., Trumbull, Oh. He died on 4 Oct 1906 in Williamsfield, Knox, Il.

James Phillips Rogers joined Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Illinois,April 13, 1866, profession of faith and baptism. In the Civil War, heserved in Co. E., 138th Illinois Infantry. His obituary says: JamesPhillips Rogers was born in Warner, Trumball Co., Ohio, June 19th, 1842,was the third son of Charles and Eliza Rogers, and moved with his parentsto Knoxville, Ill., in 1844 and has resided, at or near Knoxville all hislife, with the exception of 14 years that he lived in Hancock County,Ill., and at Keokuk, Iowa.

He was married to Sarah Francis Deal of Knoxville, February 22nd, 1866.There was born to them five children, two having died in infancy leavingto mourn his loss a wife, two daughters, and a son: Mrs. Kate McCabe ofPleasant Grove, Utah; Mrs. Nelle Gardner, of Williamsfield, Illinois;Charles H. Rogers of East Galesburg, Illinois. He died at his daughter'sresidence near Williamsfield, October 4th, 1906, at 10:50 p.m. at the ageof 64 years, three months, and 15 days after an illness of seven weeks.He also leaves to mourn two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Isaac H.Armstrong of Galesburg, and Mrs. A. G. Charles and Henry Rogers both ofKnoxville.

He served as Private in Company E, 138th Illinois Inf., in the CivilWar." James Wilkes served in Co. B of this same group.

This says that only two babies died. However, all three of these babiesare buried with James P. and Sarah F. Deal Rogers. This makes it appearthat all three are their children. There are no dates for Bessie, only"Infant."

James and Sarah had the following children:

  67 F i Bessie ROGERS
+ 68 F ii Kate D. ROGERS
  69 F iii Mary Elizabeth ROGERS 1 was born 2 on 2 Oct 1868. She died 3 on 17 Jul 1870.

Buried Knoxville Cemetery, Knoxville, Illinois.
+ 70 M iv Charles Henry ROGERS
  71 F v Fannie E. ROGERS 1 was born 2 on 7 Apr 1875. She died 3 on 11 Apr 1875.

Buried in Knoxville Cemetery, Knoxville, Illinois.
+ 72 F vi Nellie Belle ROGERS

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