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51 1910 census finds Mary and her husband Michael in Seattle. I belive this is our Mary, sister of Elizabeth Stanton Behen for a variety of reasons.

Michael and Mary's ages given in this census are correspond to the 1900 census.

Michael and Mary's birth places correspond to the 1900 census.

There are no other couples in the census who met the criteria.

We know in 1912 Michael J. and Elizabeth Behen went to Seattle. Elizabeth's postcard states "pa is getting tired of visiting, we may go home soon". I take the term visiting as visiting relatives not just a sight seeing vacation. This would also explain the mystery man in the photo in Seattle with Michael, it must be Michael O'Boyle; Mary's husband.

In 1920 we find Mary a widow living with Nellie Tobin and family. Mary's age and birth place still correspond to other census records. Nellie Tobin's age and birth would correspond with Mary's daughter Nellie Also Mary is listed as the mother-in-law to the head of the household William Tobin, making her the mother of William's wife Nellie.
 
STANTON Mary A. (I53)
 
52 1910 census list Nellie as a widow and living with an unknown Lena Spence age 38. STANTON Ellen (I54)
 
53 1910 census reports the residence as a farm. On Edward's death certificate it gave an occupation of retired farmer. BRYAN Edward Malachi (I799)
 
54 1910 list Ed living in St. Charles, MO with his father Michael J and mother Elizabeth C. Behen. Ed's brother Harold and sister Helena were also living with the family. Ed reports his occupation as a clerk in an office. BEHEN Edward Stanton (I6)
 
55 1920 census records. Family F19
 
56 1920 finds Mary a widow living with her daughter Nellie's family on January 8th. However, the next day a Mary O'boyle with the right age and place of birth is enumerated with Elizabeth Roberts. Elizabeth is listed as the daughter and her husband John W. listed as son-in-law. Mary is considered the head of the house hold and owner of the home. It is not uncommon for people to be counted twice. Both families are living in the city of Seattle.

*For further explanation of why I think this is Mary Stanton O'Boyle see the 1910 census record. 
STANTON Mary A. (I53)
 
57 1930 census list Martin J Hays as adopted son but I think they are refereing to Peter Song age 3 birth in Korea. HAYS Martin J (I317)
 
58 1930 Census:

Roy F Sappington 39
Ruth C Sappington 35
Ross T Sappington 12
Lola M Sappington 8 
Family F95
 
59 1930 has Everett listed with his family, living next door to his mother and brother Callie. ancestry.com list Everett as Arland and Ireland. DILLON Everett (I575)
 
60 1940 Census information:

Earl Sappington age 66, born Missouri
Elizabeth D Sappington age 46, born New York

Residence in 1935: Rural Henry County Missouri 
Family F100
 
61 1940 Census list middle name as A., Abraham child is listed with the family in 1900 and 1910. Rev. GREENE Lucian Abraham (I381)
 
62 1m 19d in this place HAYWARD Jane Sweat (I1010)
 
63 4th company was known as the lower Hopewell Company. KELSAY Daniel (I214)
 
64 DILLON, Thomas A.
b: Oct 4 1822, Ireland
d: Jan 16 1901, Calhoun, Henry Co, MO
bur: 
Askins Cemetery, Tebo Twp, Henry Co, MO
Clinton Missouri, Jan 1901 - Died, at his home in Calhoun, January 16, 1901, T. A. Dillon, with blood poisoning. He was only confined to his room about 48 hours. Uncle Tom was a native of Ireland and was 78 and had lived in Henry county for about 45 years. Survived by his companion, the former Bettie Carrie, two children and four brothers. His son Grover, lives on a farm near Calhoun; a daughter Mrs. West Burcham, at El Dorado Springs; two brothers, C. H. and Joseph, in California; F. J. in Sedalia and R. L. in Springfield. Burial in the Askins family burying ground. His first wife was M. A. Askins. 
DILLON Thomas A. (I63)
 
65 ILLINOIS STATE ARCHIVES

Illinois Civil War Detail Report

Name MULKEY, ISAAC Rank PVT Company I Unit 152 IL US INF
Personal Characteristics
Residence GIRARD, MACOUPIN CO, IL Age 30 Height 5' 6 Hair LIGHT Eyes BLUE Complexion SANDY
Marital Status Occupation FARMER Nativity TN
Service Record
Joined When FEB 15, 1865 Joined Where JACKSONVILLE, IL Joined By Whom CPT HAMILTON Period 1 YR Muster In FEB 16, 1865 Muster In Where JACKSONVILLE, IL Muster In By Whom Muster Out SEP 11, 1865 Muster Out Where MEMPHIS, TN Muster Out By Whom LT BROWN
Remarks PROMOTED CORPORAL 
MULKEY Isaac (I959)
 
66 Moses Lambeth

He died Aug. 18, 1843, drew a pension in Marshall County for a brief time before his death. He was living with his son-in-law, James Tyer, at his death. He is buried in an unknown grave, probably near Hudsonville, but in present day Benton Co. His obituary appeared in the Holly Springs Gazette, Aug 25, 1843. 
LAMBETH Moses (I35)
 
67 New Melle elevation 789 feet
New Melle was laid out by Franz Henry Kemper in 1858, and is 26 miles west southwest of St. Charles. It was settled by emigrants from Melle, Germany, and had 11 stores, 2 churches -- Lutheran and Methodist, 3 school houses -- public, Lutheran and Methodist, 3 wagon, 2 carpenter and 2 cooper shops, 1 hotel, 1 flouring and saw-mill combined, and 1 pork house ... New Melle annually shipped over 100,000 dozen eggs, (1874.) (--Gazetteer of Mo., p. 488.)
New Melle is in the southwest corner of the county, at Sec. 26, Twp. 46 N, Range 1 East at the junction of Highways Z & D. 
BRYAN John (I787)
 
68 SAPPINGTON, Blanche A. GOLDSMITH

b: Oct 5 1902, Chenoa, McLean Co, IL
d: Aug 15 2003, Windsor, Henry Co, MO
bur: 
Laurel Oak Cemetery RA-SE, Windsor, Windsor Twp, Henry Co, MO
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO, Aug 18 2003 - Blanche A. Sappington, 100, Windsor and formerly of Sedalia, died Friday, August 15, 2003, at Windsor Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center. She was born October 5, 1902, in Chenoa, Illinois, the daughter of Frank Goldsmith and Matilda (Meiers) Goldsmith. On February 25, 1925, in Sedalia, she married Claud Sappington, who died May 6, 1992. She grew up in Illinois, later moving to Missouri and lived in Windsor, Lincoln and Sedalia. She was a member of the Sedalia chapter of the Order of Eastern Star #57 and the former member of Windsor First Baptist Church. She is survived by a nephew, Raymond Goldsmith, Willow Creek; a niece, Marilyn Van Hoozer, Fort Worth, Texas; several great-nieces and great-nephews and great-great-nieces and great-great-nephews. She was preceded in death by a sister, Anna F. Raymer; a brother, Clarence Goldsmith, and a niece, Kathryn "Katie" Robinson. Graveside services will be Tuesday, August 19, at the Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor. 
GOLDSMITH Blanche Aldine (I328)
 
69 SAPPINGTON, Claud
b: Apr 1 1899, near Windsor, MO
d: May 6 1992, Sedalia, Pettis Co, MO
bur: 
Laurel Oak Cemetery RA-SE, Windsor, Windsor Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Hadley Funeral Home
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Claud Sappington, 93, Sedalia, died Wednesday, May 6, at the Bothwell Regional Health Center in Sedalia. He was born April 1, 1899, near Windsor, the son of Richard P. and Anna May Horning Sappington. On February 25, 1925, he married Blanche Goldsmith, who survives of the home in Sedalia. In 1924, he went to work for the Missouri State Highway Department and worked for the department for 44 years. He worked out of Windsor, Cole Camp, Lincoln and Sedalia, retiring in 1968. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, Windsor; the Sedalia Masonic Lodge 236 AF&AM, receiving his 50 year pin in 1989, and the O.E.S. Chapter 57, Sedalia. In addition to his wife, Mr. Sappington is survived by a sister-in-law, a brother-in-law and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Friday, May 8, at the Hadley Funeral Home. Burial was in the Laurel Oak Cemetery. 
SAPPINGTON Claud (I324)
 
70 SAPPINGTON, Lola Marie
b: Feb 15 1922, Windsor, Henry Co, MO
d: Sep 2 1994, Osceola, St. Clair Co, MO
bur: 
Laurel Oak Cemetery RA-SE, Windsor, Windsor Twp, Henry Co, MO
arr: Hadley Funeral Home
Daily Democrat, Clinton MO - Miss Lola Marie Sappington, 72, Clinton, formerly of Windsor, died Friday afternoon, September 2, 1994, at the Sac-Osage Hospital in Osceola. She was born February 15, 1922, in Windsor, the daughter of Roy F. Sappington and Catherine Ruth Pattison Sappington. She was a member of the First Baptist Church, Windsor. Miss Sappington is survived by two cousins, John Pattison and Harold Bunnell, both of Windsor. Graveside services were Sunday, September 4, at the Laurel Oak Cemetery, Windsor. 
SAPPINGTON Lola Marie (I337)
 
71 Will of Samuel Lambeth
Osage County, MO Will Book A
Page 259

"Nineteenth I give to daughter Tebitha Perkins and her bodily heirs one negro girl named Jane age five years old" 
LAMBETH Tabitha (I42)
 
72 Will of Samuel Lambeth
Osage County, MO Will Book A
Page 259

"I give grand-daughter Tebitha Cox Fifty Dollars in good and lawful money when of age,"


California Death index for Tabitha Cox-Pendell list parents as Cox and Lambeth.
 
COX Tabitha (I373)
 
73 Evergreen Cemetery
Colorado Springs
El Paso County
Colorado, USA
Plot: Block 00064 000092 000000 0000NE 
COLBERT Robert D. (I841)
 
74 A biographical sketch in the history of Isabella county Michigan of Mary's husband Michael O'Boyle provides the solid link between Mary and Peter Stanton. It was thought Elizabeth's sister Mary had married an O'Boyle because the picture of the Stanton sisters gives her married name as O'Boyle. The biographical sketch states

"Michael O'Boyle married in Adrian, MI on January 21, 1867, to Mary, daughter of Peter Stanton, a native of Ireland. Mrs. O'Boyle was born in Adrian, MI." the passage continues with the following information:

"She and her husband are the parents of Elizabeth, Johnnie, Nellie and Kittie. Johnnie died April 2, 1883, 13 years old. He was practicing gymnastics, and was accidently caught in a rope."

The biography also states the family is Catholic. 
Family F17
 
75 A search of the Washington Death index for Mary O'Boyle should be done by listing Stanton in the search box.

Death certificate list mother's name as Mary Ann Weir and father as Peter Stanton

Death certificate list spouse as Michael O'Boyle and age of death 83 
STANTON Mary A. (I53)
 
76 A survey of the Old Lambeth Cemetery located T 43 N/R7W/Sec. 25 near Useful, Missouri list a E.M.J.L. (Lambeth) 1816-1875. I believe this is Eli for a couple of reasons. In Joseph's probate file he list "heirs of Eli M. J." his fathers probate file was dated in 1884 so Eli must have died prior to 1884. The second reason is often times when transcribing very old and damaged tombstones a 4 is often miss interpreted as a 1. Next, in all the Lambeth research Eli M J is the only Lambeth from Osage and surrounding counties I have located. On the 1870 census Eli Mc J is listed with wife Martha R.A. and child Luemma age two. The stone next to E. M. J. L. is inscribed as Lembeth, L. Emma born 1868 died 1894. There is also a broken stone next to the EMJL which is inscribed as Lambeth, Mc. J. with no dates. I do not think the is a second burial but part of Eli's head/foot stone. LAMBETH Eli M J (I231)
 
77 A. E Greene obit list Harriett Catherine as Mrs. Harriett C. Laharty of San Francisco, CA

Mother's obituary list Harriett as Mrs. J.E. Laharty of San Francisco, CA

Marriage date is estimated on age of son in the 1930 census. 
Family F138
 
78 About November of 1855 documents for the Estate of Thomas Dillon begin to appear in Probate court. DILLON Thomas Jefferson (I347)
 
79 According the "The Tyree Tree" Samuel's estate was inventoried March 11, 1836. This would place Samuel's death earlier that year. DILLON Samuel (I226)
 
80 According to the "History of Morgan County" there were nine children of Willis Jr. and Hannah Tyree, the ninth child can not be confirmed. The history also states there were surviving decedents of this line. BROWN Willis Burton (I498)
 
81 According to the 1870 Agricultural Census; William owned:

3 Horses
1 Cattle
9 Sheep
12 Swine
35 Acres of farm land and 105 acres of woodland, value of land $1000.00 
DILLON William T. (I135)
 
82 According to the history of Benton county "Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Spry came to Benton County from Boonville in 1901 and settled on a farm in the Lively community." Family F114
 
83 According to the Social Security death index Joe's last place of residence was
Last Residence: 65686 Kimberling City, Stone, Missouri, USA
BORN: 20 Jan 1905
Died: 30 Aug 2000
 
SAPPINGTON Joseph G (I298)
 
84 Address is 703 North Second Street WARNER Elette James (I95)
 
85 Adelbert Ash was listed in the 1920 census as Debert Ash. He was living in Kingman, KS with his second wife Myrtle N, son Ralph Ash and step daughter Marcelyn. ASH Adelbert Elmer (I25)
 
86 Adelbert E. Ash is buried in Walnut Hill cemetery with his second wife Nellie Myrtle. Kingman, KS. Cemetery records from Walnut Hill give a birth date of 1876. ASH Adelbert Elmer (I25)
 
87 After the death of Naomi, Julia continues to run the boarding house on Live Oak street in Dallas TX. It appears Julia never married. LAWLER Julia A. (I297)
 
88 After working on the Panama Canal, Ed Behen and family returned to the U.S. on April 20th, 1921. They arrived back home on the ship "Panama", Ed listed their U.S. address as 505 Clark Street, St. Charles MO. Father Jack (Michael John) was born while the family was in Panama and Bob "fell over board" while on the ship. According to family legend he fell into a lifeboat on the side of the ship. BEHEN Edward Stanton (I6)
 
89 After working on the Panama Canal, Ed Behen and family returned to the U.S. on April 20th, 1921. They arrived back home on the ship "Panama", Ed listed their U.S. address as 505 Clark Street, St. Charles MO. Father Jack (Michael John) was born while the family was in Panama and Bob "fell over board" while on the ship. According to family legend he fell into a lifeboat on the side of the ship. BEHEN Robert Edward Stanton (I4)
 
90 AGBI Index:

Thomas Ash
b. 1750
Virginia
Volume 5
page 44
Heads of Fams. at the first U.S. Census 
ASH Thomas (I103)
 
91 Age calculated from tombstone

77 years, 8 months and 11 days 
ASH John (I108)
 
92 Age estimate from 1840 census, male between age of 40-49 TETTERTON Richard W. (I982)
 
93 Age for Sarah is listed as 90 and birth place Virginia. She is living with her daughter Margaret Todd.

1850 she gave age as 80, birthplace as Virginia and was living with Margaret 
JOHNSTON Sarah (I36)
 
94 Age is calculated from the age in the 1850 census. David is not listed in John's will. CATHEY David (I104)
 
95 Age is listed on the marriage record

Name: John Howard
Gender: Male
Age: 74
Birth Date: abt 1818
Marriage Date: 4 Sep 1892
Marriage Place: Scott, Illinois, USA
Father: Henery Howard
Mother: Sharlotte Ballard
Spouse: Sarah Tetterton Baxter
Film Number: 002132362 
HOWARD John (I994)
 
96 Alice is not listed with the family in 1870 and was most likely too young to have married. BRYANT Alice Mary (I97)
 
97 Also information from son. Family F31
 
98 Also known as the Ransdell Cemetery Source (S155)
 
99 Also listed in Kentucky Marriages 1802-1850 Family F15
 
100 Also on this census page are John, William, Thomas, Joseph and family. Source (S223)
 

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