Yes Elaine I have the newspaper article on land given to charlotte fromabaham sams. I sent you some things I found on that family.Abraham wasmarried to charlotte Vanorman and they had our charlotte. they had bothbeen married before. abraham to sarah and charlotte to Milesvanorman.hope to hear from you soon.
hello again,On different date on charlotte and william for mar, was hisobit said mar date was 1860.miles or lucy problaby had wrong date.oncharlotte vanordens first marriage she had a boy name Jasper vanormanfound him on census said he was born in vermont, so I sent for marlicense in vermont they couldnt find it (miles and charlotte Vanorman)Ifound Miles on census before mar in vermont .they lived next door toabraham sams and his first wife sarah. sarah died and miles died so thenabraham and charlotte got together. sold there land in ohio in 1835, andwent where??? Had to be in Iowa ??
well anyway I havent found anything else on them,
p.s.charlotte always said her mom born in vermont.
Clarence found a notice in the "Clinton Herald" a Clinton co. Newspaper,on microfilm as follows:
" To Whom It May Concern. Notice is hereby given that a Land Warrantdated Sept. 25th, 1856, numbered 43556, issued to Abraham SAMS, andassigned to Charlotte ALLEN, was lost in the hurricane which passedthrough Camanche, Clinton County, Iowa, on the 3d day of June, 1860, andthat application will be made to the Commissioner of Pensions for therelease of the sames. signed, Charlotte Allen and dated Nov. 7, 1860. (June 1997, EA has a researcher checking this, no answer yet.)
! Family Story in "Bits & Pieces," Pub by Mabel Brown, wife of Wesley,son of Martha (Spencer) Brown, dau of Hattie (Allen) I (EA) will copyfor anyone who wants it.
1850 Census- Perry Co. OH -- in McCullough Household, married in Jan. butliving with Uncle.
1851- W.M.'s obit says- "came to Clinton Co., IA.
1856 - Census- Clinton, Clinton Co., IA -pg 264 hshld 83-84. Farmedthere about 20 yrs. Family story says he fought in the Civil War as anorderly to a Colonel. Couldn't get in as a fighter because part of orall of his trigger finger was missing.
Civil War: Co. A, 16 IA Infantry- served through out the war.
1870 - Census- Clinton, IA
1872- Obit says-moved to KS.
1880 - Census - Rooks Co., Kansas
1890 - Homesteaded at Boyd, Weston Co. WY.
1900 - moved to Gunnison, CO & lived with or by daughter, Del and familyand then on to Meridan, Logan Co. OK., where both are buried. SOURCE:ZK ( W.M.s father) Bible, from Shirley Allen, Wesminster, CO, a cousin.Info from Shirley Allen & Clarence Jacobs, one of them has the ZK Bible.
"Progressive Men of WY",1903-EA has.
Newcastle paper & EA's family pictures & stories
I have death certificate - Obit below.
Arkansas Pre-1908 Homestead and Cash Entry Patents, from the General LandOffice's Automated Records Project. indexed by RootsWeb.
Last name First name Init County Sec Twp Rng Acres---Date--- Warrant Name and/or Remarks
ALLEN WILLIAM Logan 12 7N 27W 401860/03/01 (AR)
ALLEN WILLIAM Logan 12 7N 27W 401860/05/01 (AR)
ALLEN WILLIAM Logan 12 7N 27W 401861/07/01 (AR)
A Complete Directory Of The Rural Homesteaders of Oklahoma Territory1890 Oklahoma Territory Directory
Giving The Quarter Section, Township, and Range
Allen, Miles W, n e 25-16-1 (copied fromhttp://www.rootsweb.com/~oklogan/mallen.htm 18 Apr 2000)
SOURCE: NEWSPAPER OBIT., original in possession of Linda Lower
(The following emailed to EA Dec. 1999)
GRANDPA ALLEN DEAD.
Last Friday afternnon at 4:40 o'clock, Grandpa Allen died at the home ofhis son, M W Allen, in South Meridian. He had suffered with a bad attackof the grippe, for several days past, and hsi death was hastened by afall which he sustained the early part of the week. While his demise wasnot unexpected,
it comes as a sad shock to the community in which he had made his homefor the past nine years.
William Allen was born in Knox County, Ohio on January 6, 1828, and wasmarried to Charlotte Sams of Perry County, Ohio in 1850. The next yearthey removed to Clinton Co., Iowa and in 1872 moved again, settling inNorth Central Kansas. Some few years afterwards, he went still furtherWest, living for a time in Wyoming, later purchasing a fruit farm nearMontrose, Colorado, where they remained until 1908, when they came toMeridian to spend the last years of their lives near their son, Miles W.Allen.
William and Charlotte Allen were the parents of seven children, six ofwhom are still living. Mrs. Allen died on the 7th day of February, 1908,four years and two days prior to the death of her husband,and was buriedin the cemetery on the Allen farm south of town.
Mr. Allen was a member of Co. A, 16th Iowa Infantry, and served throughthe war. He was a member of the Congregational Church, and was a devoutChristian.
Funeral Services were conducted by Rev. Parker of Guthrie, Saturdayafternoon at the residence, and he was laid to rest by the side of hiswife. F M Allen, his youngest brother who lives near Sumner in NobleCounty, Oklahoma, was the only out-of-town relative in attendance.
We wish to extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones in this their greathour of sorrow, and can truthfully say that everyone who knew Grandpa wasa firend to him, looked up to him, and respected him.
VanhoutanN@aol.com wrote:> Tammie;
> thought I would write a little bit on miles w. allen that had thegrocery store in meridian,okla.miles and of of his sons were in storetogether John Freeman Allen. Miles w. Allen born 1851 (the son ofwilliam and Charlotte Sams Allen) in Clinton cty Iowa. when he was 19years old they moved to rooks cty kansas and in 1874 he mar; his wifelucy mudge in Kearney City, KS. They had 4 children; Johnf.,Charlotte, Milton (my grandfather) and Raymond r. allen.
In 1889 he made the run into Okla.He secured the homestead on bearcreek. He was a member on the school board, In the fall of 1900 in waselected a member of the sixth legislative assembly representativeDistrict from logan cty.
miles and lucy allen are both buried in meridian also Miles parents.norma
Zephaniah Clark ALLEN
Della M. ALLEN