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2nd wife of REV Edwin Hyde Alden AKA Robert Alden of Little House on the Prairie Carrie A. Garrison nee' Johnson



2nd wife of REV Edwin Hyde Alden  AKA Robert Alden of Little House on the Prairie  Carrie A. Garrison nee' Johnson


Name: Caroline A. Garrison
AKA Carrie
Born: January  9,1843 Rockville, Parke, Indiana, USA
Died: November 12, 1920 Chester, Windsor, Vermont, USA
Spouse: Mr. Johnson 1st
               Edwin Hyde Alden 2nd
Parents:  Samuel Young Garrison
                 Margaret Beard McNutt
Occupation: Housewife
Cause of Death: Mitral Regurgitation
Date of Burial:
Death Certificate #: 02459    Death Certificate: 603
Age at Death: yrs; 77 mos: 5 dys: 3
Informant:
Funeral:
Religion:
Findagrave.com 166170717
Interment: Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Chester, Windsor, Vermont










Familysearch.org Caroline A G Alden Vermont Vital Records
Name Caroline A G Alden Event Type Death Event Date 12 Nov 1920 Event Place Chester, Vermont, United States Gender Female Age 77 Birth Year (Estimated)           1843 Father's Name Samuel Garrison Mother's Name M McNutt

CITING THIS RECORD
"Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XFKK-NZR : 6 December 2014), Caroline A G Alden, 12 Nov 1920, Death; State Capitol Building, Montpelier; FHL microfilm 1,953,372.

VERMONT VITAL RECORDS, 1760-1954
GS Film Number    1953372
Digital Folder Number            004703505
Image Number       02459

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Caroline Garrison  in the 1850 United States Federal Census
Name: Caroline Garrison Age: 7 Birth Year: abt 1843 Birthplace: Iowa [Indiana]  Home in 1850: Cass, Illinois, USA Gender :Female Family Number: 42 Source Citation Year: 1850; Census Place: Cass, Illinois; Roll: M432_99; Page: 4A; Image: 433

Date Taken: August 28, 1850
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 Caroline Garrison  in the Iowa, State Census Collection, 1836-1925
Name: Caroline Garrison  Age: 16  Birth Year: abt 1840  Birth Place: Indiana  Residence Date: 1856  Residence Place: Farmington, Van Buren, Iowa, USA  Gender: Female

Date Taken: 1856
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Clara A Alden  in the 1900 United States Federal Census
Name: Clara A Alden  Age: 56  Birth Date: Jun 1843  Birthplace: Indiana  Home in 1900: Tunbridge, Orange, Vermont  Race: White  Gender: Female  Relation to Head of House: Wife  Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Edwin H Alden  Marriage Year: 1897  Years Married: 3  Father's Birthplace: Kentucky  Mother's Birthplace: Virginia  Mother: number of living children: 1  Mother: How many children: Mother: How many children: 1  Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Tunbridge, Orange, Vermont; Roll: 1692; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 0152; FHL microfilm: 1241692
Date Taken: June 7, 1900-June 8 1900
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 Carrie A Alden  in the 1910 United States Federal Census
Name:  Carrie A Alden  Age in 1910:  67  Birth Year: abt 1843  Birthplace: Indiana  Home in 1910:  Chester, Windsor, Vermont Street: Loveland Road  Race: White  Gender: Female  Relation to Head of House: Wife  Marital Status: Married  Spouse's Name: Edwin H Alden  Father's Birthplace: Kentucky  Mother's Birthplace: Virginia  Native Tongue: English  Able to Read: Yes  Able to Write: Yes  Years Married: 14 Number of Children Born: 0  Number of Children Living: 0 Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Chester, Windsor, Vermont; Roll: T624_1617; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 0273; FHL microfilm: 1375630

Date Taken: May 16, 1910
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Carrie A Alden  in the 1920 United States Federal Census
 Name: Carrie A Alden [Danie A Adden]   Age: 76  Birth Year: abt 1844  Birthplace: Indiana  Home in 1920: Chester, Windsor, Vermont  Street: Main Street   Race: White  Gender: Female  Relation to Head of House:Head   Marital Status: Widowed [Widow]   Father's Birthplace: Kentucky  Mother's Birthplace: Virginia  Able to Speak English: Yes  Home Owned or Rented: Rent  Able to Read: Yes  Able to Write: Yes w Source Citation: Year: 1920; Census Place: Chester, Windsor, Vermont; Roll: T625_1873; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 139; Image: 572

Date Taken: January 3, 1920
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2nd Marriage:  January 22, 1897 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA


Carrie A Johnson  in the Cook County, Illinois, Marriages Index, 1871-1920
Name: Carrie A Johnson  Age: 53  Gender: Female  Birth Year: abt 1844  Marriage Type: Marriage  Marriage Date: 22 Jan 1897  Marriage Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois  Spouse Name: Edwin H Alden  Spouse Age: 61  Spouse Gender: Male  FHL Film Number: 1030271

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http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=FSCookILMarriage&h=1267430&tid=&pid=&usePUB=true&rhSource=7602




The Basic Genealogy of Samuel Young Garrison Father of Caroline A Garrison Father in Law to REV Edwin Hyde Alden AKA Robert Alden of Little House on the Prairie of Laura Ingalls Wilder

The Basic Genealogy of Samuel Young Garrison Father of Caroline A Garrison  Father in Law to REV Edwin Hyde Alden  AKA Robert Alden of Little House on the Prairie of Laura Ingalls Wilder 
Caroline "Carrie" A Garrison
[nee Johnson]
2nd wife of Edwin Hyde Alden

Name: Samuel Young Garrison
Born: December 11, 1803, Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky, USA
Died: June 16, 1892, Valley Center, Sedgwick, Kansas, USA
Spouse: Margaret Beard McNutt
Parents: Jonathan Edward Garrison, Margaret Ann Booth
Occupation: Farmer
Cause of Death: Old Age
Date of Burial: June 17, 1892
Age at Death: YRS: 88 MOS: 6 DYS: 3
Findagrave.com#: 124677429
Religion: Presbyterian
Informant: Alexander M. Garrison
                   Valley Center, Sedgwick, Kansas, USA
Funeral: Samuel Finley Crowe Garrison
             Auburn, Shawnee, Kansas, USA
Interment: Auburn Cemetery, Auburn, Shawnee, Kansas, USA

Walnut Valley Times El Dorado Kansas June 24, 1892 Page 4
 DIED:  At the home of his son A.M.  [Alexander McNutt Garrison] Garrison at Centre, Sedgwick County, on June 16th, of old age, Samuel Y. Garrison, aged 88 years.  Deceased was the father of our townsman, S.F.C. [Samuel Finley Crowe Garrison] Garrison.  He has been a faithful, consist member of the Presbyterian Church for 75 years, was an exemplary Christian, a loving husband, kind father and wise counsellor.  His remains were taken to be buried by the side of his wife

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Name: Margaret Beard McNutt
Born: 1803 Scott County Kentucky, USA
Died: June 23,1882 Auburn, Shawnee, Kansas, USA
Spouse: Samuel Young Garrison
Parents:  Alexander McNutt, Margaret Trotter
Occupation: Housewife
Cause of Death: Old age
Date of Burial: June 23, 1882
Age at Death: YRS: 79
Informant: Samuel Young Garrison [Husband]
Funeral: Residence of Margaret Beard McNutt
Religion: Presbyterian
Findagrave.com#: 124677309
Interment: Auburn Cemetery, Auburn, Shawnee, Kansas, USA


The Daily Common Wealth June 24, 1882

Death of An Old Resident
Mrs. Margaret Beard McNutt Garrison Called Away Thursday Night.
Mrs. Margaret B. Garrison wife of S. Y. Garrison, of Auburn township died at 12 O’clock Thursday Night, at her residence southwest of the city.  The funeral services were held yesterday, and were conducted by Rev. Biggs.

Mrs. Garrison were born in Park [Scott] County Kentucky, in 1803, and was consequently 79 years of age.  She removed to Shawnee County with her husband in 1858, from Michigan, and resided here continually since that time.  She had been married to Mr. Garrison for 53 years.

Mrs. Garrison had been sick for some time and her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Allen of Wichita, was with her until Thursday afternoon, when, her mother’s condition seeming to be decidedly improved, she returned home, not dreaming that death would call her parent so soon.  Mrs. Garrison was highly esteemed by many friends she had made during her long residence in the country and the tidings of her death will received with sadness

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Married:  November 29, 1829 Jefferson, Indiana, USA

Margaret B Mcnutt mentioned in the record of Samuel G Garrison and Margaret B Mcnutt
Name Samuel G Garrison Event Type Marriage Registration Event Date 01 Nov 1829 Event Place Jefferson, Indiana, United States Gender Male Marriage Place Jefferson, Indiana Spouse's Name Margaret B Mcnutt Spouse's Gender Female Officiator's Name  John F Crow Page 142 Number of Images 1


CITING THIS RECORD
"Indiana Marriages, 1811-2007," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VBQG-PNY : 21 January 2016), Samuel G Garrison and Margaret B Mcnutt, 01 Nov 1829; citing Jefferson, Indiana, United States, various county clerk offices, Indiana; FHL microfilm 1,310,207.


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https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VBQG-PNB


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Children


1    1Margaret Ann Garrison
Born:  February 1, 1831 Rockville, Parke, Indiana, USA
Died: February 27, 1913 Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas, USA
Spouse: John Miles Sweeney
Parents:  Samuel Young Garrison
                 Margaret Beard McNutt
Occupation: Housewife
Cause of Death: Death Record Pending
Date of Burial: March 2, 1913
Age at Death: YRS: 82  MOS: 11 DYS: 1
Informant: Mrs. W.E. Davis  [Deceased daughter]
                  222 South Osage Avenue
                  Wichita, Kansas, USA
Funeral: West Side Presbyterian church
                  Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas, USA
Religion: Presbyterian
Findagrave.com 166167192
Interment: Highland Cemetery, Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas, USA

News The Wichita Daily Eagle Feb 28, 1913 Page 8

Mrs. Margaret Sweeney Dead.

Had been Resident of Wichita Past Twenty Years

Mrs. Margaret Sweeney, 82 years of age, died at the home of her daughter,  Mrs. W.E. Davis 222 South Osage Avnue, at 11:30 O’clock last night.  Mrs. Sweeney is survived by three sons and two daughters, F.L. Sweeney, B.J. Sweeney and Mrs. W.E. Davis, of this city: J.A. Sweeney, of Albuquerque, N.M.m and Mrs. Anne Garrison, of Waverly, Kan.

Mrs. Sweeney had been a resident of Wichita for twenty years, having moved to this city from Linn County, Kansas, in 1892.

No Funeral arrangements wil be made until word is received from relatives in other cities.

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The Wichita Daily Eagle [Wichita Kansas] March 1, 1913 Page: 10
The Wichita Daily Eagle Pg 10 March 2, 1913 Margaret Funerals service for Mrs. Margaret Sweeney, 223 South Osage Avenue, who died Thursday evening, will be held from the West Side Presbyterian church at 10 O’clock Sunday morning The Walter Irwin will have charge.  Interment will be in Highland Cemetery
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1.   2.   Samuel Finley Crowe Garrison
 Born: June 9, 1832 Rockville, Parke, Indiana, USA
Died: May 26, 1906, Little Robe, Dewey Oklahoma, USA
Spouse: Mary Elizabeth Nixon
Parents:  Samuel Young Garrison
                 Margaret Beard McNutt
Occupation: Methodist Minister
Cause of Death:
Date of Burial: May 30, 1906
Age at Death: YRS: 73
Informant:
Funeral:
Religion: Presbyterian as Child /Methodist Minister 1858
Findagrave.com # 124674498
Interment: Higgins Cemetery Higgins, Lipscomb, Texas, USA

The Walnut Valley Times [El Dorado, Kansas] June 1, 1906 Page: 4
Garrison
Word comes of the death of Rev S F C Garrison and of his burial on Decoration Day May 30.

Mr. Garrison was born in Parke County, Indiana, in 1832.  He became a Methodist minister in 1857.  He enlisted in the Union cause in 1872 in the 10th Iowa infantry and was later elected to be chaplain of that regiment.  He organized the 1st Methodist church in El Dorado in 1869.  Mr. Garrison lived on his farm which he homesteaded in 1869.  Some years ago he removed to extreme southwestern Oklahoma where he seemed to be prospering.  Many old time friends in Butler County will regret his demise.

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Samuel Garrison






1.  3.    Charles M. Garrison
Born: June 1836 Rockville, Parke, Kansas, USA
Died: July 20, 1918 Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas, USA
Spouse:   Sarah M. Grantham 2nd
Parents:  Samuel Young Garrison
                 Margaret Beard McNutt
Occupation: Harness Maker with Buffalo Skin
Cause of Death: stroke of Paralysis
Date of Burial: July 22, 1918 Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas, USA
Age at Death: YRS: 82
Informant: Death Record Pending
Funeral: Gill Funeral home
Religion: Methodist Episcopal
Findagrave.com  23809441
Interment: Highland Cemetery Plot: Section 1, Lot 103, Grave 2  Find A Grave Memorial# 23809441

Wichita Daily Eagle June 21, 1918 Page: 5
First Harness Maker of City is Dead at 82

Charles M. Garrison, Pioneer Merchant, Opened Wichita Business House in 1870
 Bought Buffalo Hides

C.M. Garrison of 116 West Orme Street, died at a Local hospital at 6: 30 O’clock Saturday afternoon after an illness of two weeks from a stroke of Paralysis.  Mr. Garrison was 82 years old and one of the pioneer  Settlers of Wichita, coming to this city in 1870 and has since resided here.

Shortly after coming to Wichita he opened a harness shop which he operated for a number of years, and in the early days bought buffalo hides which the settlers brought to the Wichita markets.  He leaves a wife and four daughters, Mrs. Chas Quimby, of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mrs. George Holems of Eureka, Kan., Mrs. Freeman Vandeventer of Pratt, Kan., and Mrs. Bert Pfanschmidt of Wichita, and one son, Wm. Garrison of Wichita.  Arrangements have not of Wichita.

Charles M. Garrison was born in Rockville, Ind., in 1836 and moved to Kansas with his parents in 1858, coming overland in a prairie schooner.  He worked as journeyman harness maker at Lawrence, Emporia and other towns until 1870. When he came to Wichita and engaged in the harness and fur business.  He was the first harness maker in Wichita.  He bought many buffalo hides in the early days as well as the hides of mink, otter, and cattle.  He later sold out this part of his business to I. Hays but continued his harmless business until he retired in 1912.

He was a mason for 60 years and the Masons are to meet at Wichita lodge No. 99 at 3 O’clock Monday to go in a body to the funeral.  The Masons will have charge of the services at the grave.  The funeral will be from the Gill Funeral home at 3:30 O’clock on Monday.

The Wichita Daily Eagle July 21, 1918 PG 5




William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas
SEDGWICK COUNTY, Part 9
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES (FABRIQUE - GUTHRIE).
CHARLES M. GARRISON, harnessmaker and saddler, came to Kansas in 1858, and located at Auburn; engaged in farming and mail contracting. Had the first mail contract to Salina, connecting with the Lawrence and Leavenworth mail. Remained at Auburn ten years. In 1870, he carried the first regular U. S. mail that ever came to Wichita. He located at Wichita the same year, and commenced the harness and saddlery business. He was the first man to engage in that business in Wichita. He was born in Rockville, Parke Co., Ind., in 1836, and is the son of Samuel Y. and Margaret B. (McNutt) Garrison. He was married in Wichita, to Sarah M. Grantham, in July, 1871. Has five children - William L., Etna E., Mary, Walter and Gertrude. Was in Kansas State Militia, Second Regiment. Company G, during the War of the Rebellion, and was called to the United States service in Missouri, and was engaged with Shelby's cavalry. He has been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church for eight years, is a member of the Masonic fraternity, Wichita Lodge No. 99; was a member of the Board of Education for two years; member of the City Council of the city of Wichita for four years; is a member of the Board of Trade and the Old settlers' Association. His wife is the daughter of J. W. and Emily E. Huckeybee Grantham, the former born in Georgia in 1823, and the latter in North Carolina in 1824.


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1.     4Mary J. Garrison
Born: December 1839 Rockville, Parke, Indiana, USA
Died: May 3, 1904 Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas, USA
Spouse: Dr. Edwin Bird Allen
Parents:  Samuel Young Garrison
                 Margaret Beard McNutt
Occupation: Housewife
Cause of Death: Pneumonia
Date of Burial: May 5, 1905
Age at Death:  YRS: 74
Informant: Edgar P. Allen
Funeral:
Religion: Presbyterian
Findagrave.com  23809441
Interment: Highland Cemetery Plot: Block 3, Lot 85 Grave 4 Find A Grave Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas, USA

The Wichita Daily Eagle [Wichita Kansas] May 3, 1904 Page: 6
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Died at Kansas City at Kansas City
Mrs. Mary Allen Lived In Wichita Many Years

Mrs. Mary J. Allen, wife of Dr. E.B. Allen, died of pneumonia at the home of her son, Edgar P. Allen in Kansas City, yesterday.  She was born in Indiana, and at the time of her death was 74 years old. 

Mrs. Allen and her husband lived at Lawrence, Kan., during the border war, and came to Wichita in 1870, where they lived until five years ago.  When they moved to Kansas City, where they have since resided.  Mr. Allen was one of the first mayors of Wichita, and afterward served as secretary of state.

Besides the son in Kansas City and the Wichita relatives, she leaves a daughter, Mrs. Charles H. Moorehouse, at Salt Lake City.

The Body will arrive here tomorrow morning for burial



Pleasant Valley Cemetery Chester, Windsor, Vermont, USA


1.     5. Caroline A. Garrison
AKA Carrie
Born: January  9,1843 Rockville, Parke, Indiana, USA
Died: November 12, 1920 Chester, Windsor, Vermont, USA
Spouse: Mr. Johnson 1st
               Edwin Hyde Alden 2nd
Parents:  Samuel Young Garrison
                 Margaret Beard McNutt
Occupation: Housewife
Cause of Death: Mitral Regurgitation
Date of Burial:
Death Certificate #: 02459    Death Certificate: 603
Age at Death: yrs; 77 mos: 5 dys: 3
Informant:
Funeral:
Religion:
Findagrave.com 166170717
Interment:   Pleasant Valley Cemetery Chester, Windsor, Vermont, USA


Familysearch.org Caroline A G Alden Vermont Vital Records
Name Caroline A G Alden Event Type Death Event Date 12 Nov 1920 Event Place Chester, Vermont, United States Gender Female Age 77 Birth Year (Estimated)     1843 Father's Name Samuel Garrison Mother's Name M McNutt




CITING THIS RECORD
"Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XFKK-NZR : 6 December 2014), Caroline A G Alden, 12 Nov 1920, Death; State Capitol Building, Montpelier; FHL microfilm 1,953,372.

VERMONT VITAL RECORDS, 1760-1954
GS Film Number    1953372
Digital Folder Number            004703505
Image Number       02459


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 Married January 22, 1897 Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA
2nd Marriage for Both Edwin and Caroline.
EOM: Death of REV Alden
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Edwin H Alden  in the Cook County, Illinois, Marriages Index, 1871-1920
Name: Edwin H Alden  Age: 61  Gender: Male  Birth Year: abt 1836  Marriage Type: Marriage  Marriage Date: 22 Jan 1897  Marriage Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois Spouse Name: Carrie A Johnson  Spouse Age: 53  Spouse Gender: Female  FHL Film Number: 1030271


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Carrie A Johnson  in the Cook County, Illinois, Marriages Index, 1871-1920
Name: Carrie A Johnson  Age: 53  Gender: Female  Birth Year: abt 1844  Marriage Type: Marriage  Marriage Date: 22 Jan 1897  Marriage Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois  Spouse Name: Edwin H Alden  Spouse Age: 61  Spouse Gender: Male  FHL Film Number: 1030271

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 Special Note: Unknown information on her 1st Husband Mr. Johnson.  However, she did have one child with Johnson.

Carrie A Johnson  in the Cook County, Illinois, Marriages Index, 1871-1920
Name: Carrie A Johnson  Age: 53  Gender: Female  Birth Year: abt 1844  Marriage Type: Marriage  Marriage Date: 22 Jan 1897  Marriage Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois  Spouse Name: Edwin H Alden  Spouse Age: 61  Spouse Gender: Male  FHL Film Number: 1030271

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Caroline A. Garrison Appears in two Census with her parents
1850 Cass, Illinois, USA
1856  Farmington, Van Buren, Iowa, USA

Special Note:  REV Edwin Hyde Alden  Little Prairie on The House by Laura Ingalls Wilder Series.  


 6.   Alexander McNutt Garrison
Born: June 5, 1847 Rockville, Parke, Indiana, USA
Died: February 27, 1918 Merrill, Klamath, Oregon, USA
Spouse:  Mary Ann Moffit
Parents:  Samuel Young Garrison
                 Margaret Beard McNutt
Occupation: Farmer
Cause of Death: Nephritis
Date of Burial: March 2, 1918
Age at Death: 70 Years 8 Months 22 Days
Death Certificate: 18
Informant:  Charles Crosby Garrison  Son of Deceased
                   Merrill, Klamath, Oregon, USA
Funeral: Farmer
Religion: Methodist Episcopal
Findagrave.com 22001474
Interment: Merrill Cemetery, Merrill, Klamath, Oregon, USA


William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas
SEDGWICK COUNTY, Part 9
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES (FABRIQUE - GUTHRIE).
A. M. GARRISON, saddler, and harnessmaker, came to Kansas in 1858, locating at Auburn; lived there for twenty-four years, engaged in farming. Removed to Wichita in 1882 and engaged in his present business. He was born in Rockville, Parke Co., Ind., in 1847. He was married at Topeka, Kansas, in 1874, to Miss Mary Moffitt. Has two children - Numan H. and Charles C. He is the son of Samuel Y., and Margaret B. (McNutt) Garrison, and has been a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church for twelve years.



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Saml Y Garrison  in the 1850 United States Federal Census
Name: Saml Y Garrison  Age: 47  Birth Year: abt 1803  Birthplace: Kentucky  Home in 1850: Cass, Illinois, USA  Gender: Male  Family Number: 42 Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Cass, Illinois; Roll: M432_99; Page: 4A; Image: 433

Household Members:
Name   Age


Saml Y Garrison  47 ---Samuel Young Garrison
 M B Garrison  47  Margaret Beard Mc Nutt
 M A Garrison  19  Margaret  Ann Garrison Sweeney
 Saml Garrison  18 -----Samuel Finely Crowe Garrison
 Charles M Garrison  14 –Charles M. Garrison
 Mary J Garrison  11 ----Mary J. Garrison Allen
 Caroline Garrison  7 –Caroline A. Garrison  AKA Carrie A. Johnson and Carrie A. Alden
 Alexa Garrison  3 Alexander McNutt Garrison
 Margaret McNutt  72  Mother-in-Law  Margaret Trotter

Occupation: Farmer
Date Taken: August 28, 1850
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