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Descendants of John RUEBOTTOM

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306. Ernest Wilbur RUBOTTOM

CALIF DEATH INDEX:
RUBOTTOM ERNEST 02/03/1884 EVANS RUBOTTOM M NEBRASKA LOS ANGELES(19) 05/06/1948 550-03-0166 64 yrs

322. Bert Edward RUBOTTOM

CALIF DEATH INDEX : RUBOTTOM BERT EDWARD 12/17/1879 M NEBRASKA RIVERSIDE 04/04/1952 72 yrs

323. Elmer RUBOTTOM

Elmer RUBOTTOM b: 13 DEC 1882 in Precept, Furnas, NE
SSDI: ELMER RUBOTTOM 13 Dec 1882 Jul 1970 68977 (Stamford, Harlan, NE) (none specified) 508-44-9986 Nebraska

101. Levi RUBOTTOM

Rubottom and Allied Families
7380 total entries, last updated Tue Dec 26 14:03:16 2000
All questions, comments or suggestions regarding information on
this page should be addressed to: Danene Vincent

This is a work in progress. If you would like to add to or correct the information, please e-mail me. Also, be sure to check out the Rubottom webpage at http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~dansgen/index.html

ID: I1795
Name: Levi RUBOTTOM
Sex: M
Occupation: Farmer
Birth: 02 OCT 1826 in White Lick, Morgan, IN 1
Death: 18 MAY 1909 in New Providence, Hardin, IA 2
Burial: Hardin County, IA
Note:
Levi was educated at the Pioneer School House of Indiana. In 1853, he left IN with his teams driving stock to go to Iowa. Levi and Louisa came from West Union MM, Morgan County, IN. His parents, his sister Jane, brothers Simon Dunn and Farlow and
Farlow's two daughers, Ruth and Catherine also went with them to Ackworth, Warren County, IA. In 1865, Levi moved his family to Hardin County, IA.
Note: Obituary of Levi Rubottom: Levi Rubottom was born in White Lick, Morgan County, Ind., Oct. 2, 1826 and died at the home of his son, Charles, in Providence Twp., Iowa, May 18, 1909 aged 82 years 7 mo. and 16 days.
Note:
Her was one of the pioneers of this country, coming to this state on foot in 1850 and
returning to Indiana in the same year. In 1852 he married Louisa Amanda Thompson, a sister of J. D. Thomspon of Honey Creek community. Ten children were born to them, Viola, Rudolfo, Ludovic, Thompson, Alwilda, Charles, Ines Elva, Ulysses, Florence
Ann and Vinton, seven of whom are still living. In the year of 1857, they moved to Iowa and settled in Warren County, living there until 1866 when they moved to Hardin County and settled on a farm near Chester. February 15, 1880 his wife Louisa
passed away. March 1882 he was married to Jennie Hammer who still survives him. In 1886 they moved to Alliance, Nebraska, where he resided until 1904 when he returned to Iowa and has since made his home with his son. He was converted in early life
and has lived a consistent Christian life during all these years.
Note: Funeral services, conducted by Reverend Doane of New Providence, assisted by Reverend Bowles of Honey Creek were held at the Honey Creek church Wednesday at 2:30 and interment was at Honey Creek Cemetery.
Note: A large number of his old neighbors and friends attended the funeral service in evidence of the love and esteen they bore the deceased.
Note:
Rev. Doane spoke feelingly from the text, "Blessed are the dead, wh die in the Lord, henceforth. For they rest from their labors and their works do follow them." Six young men, all of whom were relativves acted as pall bearers and a granddaughter
sang a beautiful solo at the church and two granddaughters sand a duet at the home before leaving for the church.
Note:
Lifes race well run,
Lifes work all done,
Lifes victory won,
Now cometh rest.
Note:
Faith yields tosight,
Day follows night,
Jesus gives light,
Now cometh rest.


Father: George RUBOTTOM b: 25 FEB 1795 in Chatham County, NC
Mother: Elizabeth DOAN b: 25 JUN 1797 in Orange County, NC

Marriage 1 Louisa Amanda THOMPSON b: 24 APR 1833 in Hillsboro, Orange, NC
Married: 11 APR 1852 in Morgan County, IN 3
Children
Viola RUBOTTOM b: 05 AUG 1853 in West Union MM, Morgan County, IN
Rudolph RUBOTTOM b: 08 MAR 1855 in Ackworth, Warren, IA
Ludovic RUBOTTOM b: 27 SEP 1856 in Ackworth, Warren, IA
Thompson "Thomas" RUBOTTOM b: 05 MAR 1858 in Ackworth, Warren, IA
Alwilda RUBOTTOM b: 24 OCT 1859 in Ackworth, Warren, IA
Charles A. RUBOTTOM b: 30 JUN 1861 in Ackworth, Warren, IA
Ines Elva RUBOTTOM b: 08 MAR 1863 in Ackworth, Warren, IA
Ulysses RUBOTTOM b: 15 DEC 1864 in Ackworth, Warren, IA
Florence Ann RUBOTTOM b: 24 DEC 1866 in Union, Hardin, IA
Vinton "Vint" RUBOTTOM b: 27 MAR 1868 in Union, Hardin, IA

Marriage 2 Jenny HAMMER b: DEC-1853 in Keokuk County, IA
Married: 02 MAR 1882 in Hardin County, IA 4

Sources:
Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana. Volume VII,
Part Six. Willard Heiss, ed. 19__.
Page: p. 59
Robin Flatt Olson's Information
Sue Telfer Family Tree on Larry Rubottom's Family Site
Larry Rubottom's MyFamily.com Website

Louisa Amanda THOMPSON

Rubottom and Allied Families
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ID: I1796
Name: Louisa Amanda THOMPSON
Sex: F
Birth: 24 APR 1833 in Hillsboro, Orange, NC 1
Death: 15 FEB 1880 in Hardin County, IA 1
Note:
When Louisa was 13, in 1846, she left Orange County, NC to follow the Quaker
exodus to Indiana. They camped along the way at Sweet Springs, VA, where her
father, Thomas became sick and died. It was suspected that he was poisoned
and their wagons were robbed. The family then continued on to Indiana.
Louisa and a minor child relocated from Ackworth MM, Warren County, IA to
Honey Creek MM, Providence Twp, Hardin County, IA on April 25, 1868.


Father: Thomas A. THOMPSON b: 27 APR 1785 in Guilford County, NC
Mother: Elizabeth BENBOW b: 17 JAN 1792 in New Garden MM, Guilford, NC