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1865 map of Cumberland, Greene County, Pennsylvania (partial)
1865 map of Cumberland, Greene County, Pennsylvania (partial)
Map shows land owned by John Phillips (left side, yellow area, J. Phillips), the same farm originally owned by his father, Titus Phillips, where John and his siblings grew up.

The map also shows land owned by John's brothers-in-law, David Blaker Jr and Eaton Blaker (slightly left and above, D Blaker and E Blaker, respectively). They inherited this land from their father David O Blaker. 
 
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1865 map of Greene County, Pennsylvania
1865 map of Greene County, Pennsylvania
 
 
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4 Generations
4 Generations
Seated: Emma Lillian Holloway holding Bette Jeanne Keene
Standing: Mary Jane Berry and Emma Jemima Allison 
 
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Adelle Ferguson
Adelle Ferguson
Wife of Benjamin Alexander Allison 
 
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Adelle Ferguson
Adelle Ferguson
Profile photo 
 
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Alexander Thompson Cowan
Alexander Thompson Cowan
date and place unknown 
 
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Alfred Dawson house
Alfred Dawson house
731 SW Broadalbin St, Albany, Linn County, Oregon; Hackleman-Monteith historic zone. It was built in 1910 for the Alfred Dawson family, designed in the Colonial Revival style by noted Albany architect Charles Burggraf. It's listed on the City of Albany's Historic Inventory and on the National Register of Historic Places.
GPS: 44°38′28″N 123°06′18″W 
 
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Allison family outing
Allison family outing
Front, L-R: Adelle "Delle" Ferguson, Dorothy Anne "Dolly", Benjamin Alexander "Ben", Elizabeth Mosby Woodson, Mary Edith Allison and Arabelle Jane.

Back, L-R: Harris Gray, Marianne, Maurice Hayth, John B (on mule), Maurine Allison and Gustavus Adolphos Fischer. 
 
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Allison sibling reunion, 1958
Allison sibling reunion, 1958
L to R: Bess (Carrie Elizabeth), Marianne, Vera (Ruth Vera), John (John Benjamin), Edith (Edith Mary) and Maurine (Dorothy Maurine).  
 
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Alva Leroy Skinner
Alva Leroy Skinner
Place and date unknown 
 
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Ann Eliza Woodson
Ann Eliza Woodson
 
 
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Anna E. Mayes
Anna E. Mayes
Anna E. Mayes at age 22. Photo from someone on the Butler side of the family.  
 
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Anna E. Mayes
Anna E. Mayes
profile photo, age 22. 
 
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Anna E. Mayes teapot, view 1
Anna E. Mayes teapot, view 1
This teapot was given to Anna E. Mayes (Allison) as a wedding gift. It was passed down to her daughter-in-law, Nellie Joyce Morton (Allison), then to Anna's granddaughter, Betty Allison (Moore) and finally to Anna's great-grandson Hyatt Moore III and his wife Anne.

Bottom marking: Reed & Barton 2940, silverplate 
 
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Anna E. Mayes' teapot, view 2.
Anna E. Mayes' teapot, view 2.
This teapot, a wedding gift to Anna E. Mayes, was damaged years later when it was accidentally left on a wood burning stove.

Bottom marking: Reed & Barton 2940, silverplate  
 
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Arabella (Belle) Jane Allison
Arabella (Belle) Jane Allison
Profile photo, cropped from photo of 4 sisters. 
 
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Arabella Jane Allison and 2nd husband Gustavus Adolphus Fischer
Arabella Jane Allison and 2nd husband Gustavus Adolphus Fischer
Source did not identify which couple in photo is Arabella and Gustav. 
 
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Arabella Jane Allison and John Adelbert Gray
Arabella Jane Allison and John Adelbert Gray
 
 
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Arabella Jane Allison with her two sons, Arthur Gray and Benjamin Adelbert Gray.
Arabella Jane Allison with her two sons, Arthur Gray and Benjamin Adelbert Gray.
 
 
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Arthur Allison Gray aka Arthur Adelbert Allison
Arthur Allison Gray aka Arthur Adelbert Allison
date and place of photo unknown 
 
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Barbara Jane Hawkinson
Barbara Jane Hawkinson
 
 
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Barbara Jane Hawkinson and Robert Daniel Ellis
Barbara Jane Hawkinson and Robert Daniel Ellis
The couple were married in McPherson, McPherson County, Kansas. This photo was taken on the front steps of Bobbie's grandmother, Ethel Adelle Ferguson Allison's home. 
 
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Beech Spring Presbyterian Church
Beech Spring Presbyterian Church
Green Town, Harrison County, Ohio
Organized in 1804. Dr John Rea was its first minister. Founding members included John Miller, S. Dunlap, W. Watt, Henry Ferguson, Jesse Edgington, D. Welch, Esq., and William Harvey.
Sources: Historical collections of Harrison County, in the state of Ohio, pg 92-100; The Digital Shoebox Project 
 
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Benjamin A. Allen
Benjamin A. Allen
Benjamin as a toddler. Location unknown. 
 
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Benjamin A. Allen
Benjamin A. Allen
 
 
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Benjamin A. Allen and his mother Ethel Adelle Allison
Benjamin A. Allen and his mother Ethel Adelle Allison
 
 
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Benjamin Adelbert Gray
Benjamin Adelbert Gray
 
 
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Benjamin Adelbert Gray and unidentified woman, most likely 3rd wife Elizabeth Lilian McNamara
Benjamin Adelbert Gray and unidentified woman, most likely 3rd wife Elizabeth Lilian McNamara
1944. Location most likely in Los Angeles County, California, where he and his 3rd wife Elizabeth were living. 
 
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Benjamin Adelbert Gray, profile photo
Benjamin Adelbert Gray, profile photo
 
 
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Benjamin Alexander Allison
Benjamin Alexander Allison
 
 
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Benjamin Alexander Allison
Benjamin Alexander Allison
Benjamin Alexander Allison with his REO in the background. 
 
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Benjamin Alexander Allison
Benjamin Alexander Allison
Register of Deeds, 1884-1888 
 
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Benjamin Alexander Allison & family residence
Benjamin Alexander Allison & family residence
220 South Walnut, McPherson, McPherson, KS 
 
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Benjamin Alexander Allison and 6 of his 7 children.
Benjamin Alexander Allison and 6 of his 7 children.
Back, L-R: Benjamin Alexander, John Benjamin (on lap), and Marianne. The other children identified as being in the photo are Edith Mary, Carrie Elizabeth, Ruth Vera and Dorothy Maurine.  
 
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Benjamin Alexander Allison and family
Benjamin Alexander Allison and family
Front, L-R: Marianne "Jim", Adelle "Delle" Ferguson holding Ethel's baby, Benjamin A. Allen, unidentified boy.
Back, L-R: Ethel Adelle, Edith Mary, Carrie Elizabeth "Bess", Ruth Vera, Dorothy Maurine, Benjamin Alexander.
 
 
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Benjamin Alexander Allison's daughters
Benjamin Alexander Allison's daughters
Ethel Adelle, Dorothy Maurine, Ruth Vera, Edith Mary, Carrie Elizabeth "Bess," and Marianne "Jim" in the foreground. Photo taken in 1908. 
 
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Benjamin Alexander Allison, Adelle Ferguson and niece Ann Allison.
Benjamin Alexander Allison, Adelle Ferguson and niece Ann Allison.
 
 
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Benjamin Alexander Allison, Mary Ellen 'Millie' Lenoir and Adelle Ferguson.
Benjamin Alexander Allison, Mary Ellen "Millie" Lenoir and Adelle Ferguson.
 
 
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Bette Jeanne Keene
Bette Jeanne Keene
9 months old 
 
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Bette Jeanne Keene
Bette Jeanne Keene
1942 
 
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Betty Allison
Betty Allison
High school graduation, 1938 
 
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Betty Allison
Betty Allison
1935, photo color retouched. Location unknown. 
 
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Betty Allison
Betty Allison
Photo taken and slightly tinted by Hyatt Moore II (future husband) in 1935. He captioned it that he loved her smile. 
 
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Betty Allison
Betty Allison
High school graduation, 1938. 
 
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Boone County, Missouri township map & approx location of 1830 census participants based on land patent information
Boone County, Missouri township map & approx location of 1830 census participants based on land patent information
Three groups are represented on this map.

The starred names are Alexander Allison's apparent neighbors on the 1830 census. Based on their land patent information, I believe Alexander and Jemima most likely lived in the lower left section of Rocky Fork township.

The names marked with a cross are James Crawford's apparent neighbors on the 1830 census. Based on their land patent information, I believe James and Jane lived in the upper left corner of Columbia township, relatively close to Alexander and Jemima.

The other names, particularly James Ellison, are potential kin of Alexander's. I believe James Ellison was related to Paris and Thomas Ellison, who appear on the 1830 census. James is absent from the census but it's possible he was living in Thomas's household (1 male 20-29 and 1 male 30-39 are listed). This is a working theory. The map will be edited as new information comes to light. 
 
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Borntrager Family Crest
Borntrager Family Crest
 
 
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Cassville Flouring Mill, Barry County, Missouri
Cassville Flouring Mill, Barry County, Missouri
The Cassville Flouring Mill was built by John L. Morton and was operating by 1887. Unlike smaller mils in the county this mill was not content to grind the farmers' grain and supply local market. This mill commanded a wide patronage.

The superior quality of its flour output was recognized by buyers and consumers at home in Indian Territory, Arkansas and Texas. The best quality flour was branded, "Patent," second grade "Extra Fancy" and a still cheaper, "Low Grade."

It passed into a stock company, incorporated Nov. 17, 1890. operating by 1887. The mill was enlarged in 1895 which gave it a storage capacity of 10,000 bushels of grain and 250,000 pounds of flour. The mill is in connection with the Electric Light and Power Company, an incorporation with a capital of $20,000.--Early Barry County 
 
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Cassville Flouring Mill, Barry County, Missouri
Cassville Flouring Mill, Barry County, Missouri
Built by John L. Morton. For additional information, see caption for other photo of the Cassville Flouring Mill. 
 
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Catherine 'Kay' Ann Morton
Catherine "Kay" Ann Morton
 
 
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Colonel William Randolph
Colonel William Randolph
Portrait hanging in the Peyton Randolph House (aka Randolph-Peachy house), his grandson
Williamsburg, Virginia 
 

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