Monday, May 26, 2008

New Zealand with it's breath taking view


New Zealand

I love doing genealogy because
I get to speak with some awesome people. These photo's were provided to me by one of the families I am researching.
I asked her for photo's of New Zealand and she sent me a bunch of Photo's. However,these four are my absolute favorite.
Now time to crack out my passport and visit.




















Jeannette's Version of Jamaican Jerk


Jeannette's Version of
Jamaican Jerk
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Jeannette’s recipe
for Jamaican Jerk

I created this recipe from different files on Jamaican Jerk. The Common ingredients for Jamaican Jerk , Fresh Garlic, Fresh Ginger, Thyme, Cinnamon, Allspice, Bonnet Scotch pepper, and soy sauce. Some recipes used, lime juice, some used Lemon and some used distill vinegar. I also found a couple of them where they used Rum and Beer or both in the recipe.

I came up with recipe and the flavor was awesome, it gave the Ribs, and chicken a smoked flavor to the Meat. I am posting a picture of my ribs. However, I would to show you the chicken. My husband and my children ate it before I could get a photo.

So enjoy the flavor of my Version of Jamaican Jerk.
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INGREDIENTS
1/2 (12 ounce) bottle lager style beer
3 fluid ounces dark rum
1/4 cup molasses
1/2+ cup packed brown sugar
1/4 cup soy sauce
½ Cup Orange Pineapple Juice
1/4 cup lime juice
2 tablespoons minced garlic
2 tablespoons minced ginger
1 scotch bonnet Chile pepper, minced
2 teaspoons chopped fresh thyme
2 teaspoons chopped fresh marjoram
1 1/2 teaspoons ground allspice {Jamaican Allspice can be purchase at Walmart}
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground nutmeg
2 bay leaves
kosher salt and cracked black pepper to taste
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Marinate the pork, or chicken for 12 to 24 hours. Grill. Drain the marinate and place in a sauce pot and bring to a boil. Brush the meat while cooking. Keep meat in a low temp oven when ready to serve.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Paula Deen's Cooking Show is a Must Watch

Paula Deen's Cooking Show is a Must Watch
Hot Chicken Salad
Recipe Courtesy of Paula Deen
Paula’s Home Cooking
Episode Casserole Luncheon

2 cups cooked chicken breast meat, cubed
1 cup diced celery
1/2 cup slivered almonds
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1 cup mayonnaise
1 cup grated sharp Cheddar
2/3 cup crushed potato chips
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Spray a 13 by 9-inch baking dish with vegetable oil cooking spray.
In a large mixing bowl combine the chicken, celery, almonds, salt, pepper, lemon juice, mayonnaise, and cheese. Place the mixture in the prepared baking dish. Spread the crushed potato chips on top. Bake for 20 minutes, or until bubbly.

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Saturday, May 24, 2008

The History and the Making of the Cuban Sandwich

The History of
The Cuban
Sandwich
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As with Cuban Bread the origin of the Cuban sandwich (sometimes called a "mixto sandwich", or "Cuban Pressed Sandwich") is somewhat murky. The sandwich became a common lunch food for workers in both the Cigar factories and sugar mills of Cuba and the cigar factories of Ybor City around 1900.





At that time, travel between Cuba and Florida was easy, and Cubans frequently sailed back and forth for employment, pleasure, and family visits. Because of this blending of culture and ideas, it’s impossible to say where the Cuban sandwich first became a common worker’s meal.By around 1910, however, workers’ caf├ęs in both Ybor City and Cuba were serving many such sandwiches daily.


The Cuban sandwich was served in kiosks, coffee bars and casual restaurants throughout Cuba, especially in the big cities such as Havana or Santiago de Cuba. Years later, Miami also gained a resident Cuban population. By the 1960's, Cuban sandwiches were common on Miami Cafeteria and restaurant menus, and are still very popular there todayDuring the 1960's and 1970's, Puerto Rico received its own large influx of Cuban immigrants and the "Sandwich Cubano", which was already known, became a staple at the local cafeterias and lunch wagons.


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Ingredients




While there is some debate as to the contents of a “true” Cuban sandwich, most are generally agreed upon. The traditional Cuban sandwich starts with Cuban bread. The loaf is sliced into lengths of 8-12 inches (20-30 cm), lightly buttered on the crust, and cut in half horizontally. A coat of yellow mustard is spread on the bread. Then roast pork, glazed ham, Swiss cheese, and thinly-sliced dill pickles are added in layers. Sometimes the pork is marinated in Mojo and slow roasted.
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The main regional disagreement about the sandwich’s recipe is whether or not to include salami. In Tampa,Genoa Salami is traditionally layered in with the other meats, probably due to influence of Italiam immigrants who lived side-by-side with Cubans and Spaniards in Ybor .CityIn Miami, salami is left out.
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In Key West, mayonnaise, lettuce and tomato are usually added. These additions are often available in restaurants in Tampa and Miami, but are frowned upon by traditionalists there.When assembled, the sandwich is lightly toasted in a sandwich press called a plancha, which is only somewhat similar to a panini press but without grooved surfaces. A traditional Cuban sandwich is never made with a panini grill. The plancha both heats and compresses the sandwich, which remains in the press until the bread is crispy and the cheese is melted. It is usually cut into diagonal halves before serving.

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Cuban Bread Recipe
1 pkg. yeast
2 c. lukewarm water
1 1/4 tbsp. salt
1 tbsp Sugar
6-7 c. sifted flour

1. Dissolve the yeast in the water, beating it in with a wooden spoon, or use dough hooks on an electric mixer at low speed.

2. Add enough flour to make a fairly stiff dough.

3. When the dough is thoroughly mixed shape into a ball. Place in a greased bowl and grease top. Cover with towel and let stand in warm place (80-85 degrees) until double in bulk.

HINT: (In winter, put a pan of boiling water in the bottom of your oven and put bowl on rack. Close the door to help rise.)

4. Turn dough out onto lightly floured board. Shape into two long loaves. Arrange on baking sheet which have been sprinkled with corn meal. Allow to rise 5 minutes.

5. Slash the tops in 2-3 places. Brush with water and place in cold oven. Set oven to 400 degrees and place a pan of boiling water in bottom of oven. Bake 40-45 minutes until crusty.

Makes two loaves of Bread.
Picture of Bread is this Article
I made the bread
For Short Cut and to save time a good French Bread
maybe used.
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Cuban Sandwich Filling

1 Loaf of Cuban Bread (Substitutes: French or Italian Bread)
1 pound ham (cooked and sliced)
1 pound roasted (cooked and sliced)
1/2 pound Swiss cheese (sliced)
dill pickles (sliced)
Yellow mustard or Mayonnaise

As Pictured above, making this sandwich is easy. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Tell the person in the Deli to slice the meat Setting on 2 and cheese 1 The meat is thick for this Sandwich. Also I Love Paula Deen's however, her take on the Cuban Sandwich is wrong. Use the Cuban Bread any substitution is not a Cuban Sandwich.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

PREPARATION:
1. Preheat a griddle or frying pan on medium heat.
2. Cut the loaf of bread into quarters and slice each quarter in half lengthwise for the sandwiches.
3. Spread the mustard or mayonnaise on the bread.
4. Lightly coat the cooking surface of the griddle or frying pan with cooking spray or butter. Place one sandwich onto the hot surface.

5. Put a clean, heavy skillet on top of the sandwich to flatten it. Press the bread down to about 1/3 of its original size.

6. Leave the skillet on top of the sandwich and grill for one or two minutes. Lift the heavy skillet, turn the sandwich over and repeat this step for the other side of the sandwich.

7. The cheese should be melted and the bread golden brown. Slice each sandwich in half diagonally and serve.

Serves: Makes four sandwiches.
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I love to cook and all of what I have put together is from Experience. The recipe's that I have assemble are the best to my knowledge.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Louisa Davis

THE GENEALOGY OF
LOUISA DAVIS
THE DAUGHTER OF
THOMAS DAVIS
&
JANE HODNETT
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by jeannette k. rook

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Name: Louisa Davis
Alias: Louiza
Born October 5, 1795 Shelby County Kentucky
Died November 11, 1858 [Mt Pleasant Iowa] Birmingham Vanburen County Iowa
Spouse Daniel Ketcham
Parents Thomas Davis,
Born: 1765 Culpepper County Virginia
Died: February 4, 1835 Shelby County Kentucky
Occupation: Woodsmen
Jane Hodnett
Born: 1767 Cumberland County Virginia
Died: After March 4, 1835
Married: January 13, 1794 Pittsylvania County Virginia
Source: May 1, 2002 Scott Schaffer
Occupation—Housewife
Interment—Methodist Episcopal Cemetery--Birmingham Cemetery Birmingham Iowa Vanburen, Iowa Row 12 going north [Not far from Mt. Pleasant Iowa]

Note: Louisa Davis was living with her daughter Keziah Ketcham Taylor when she passed away.

Gensmart’s
Louisa Davis [201]: She was born on 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, and she died on 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa. She married Daniel Ketcham [203] on 12-FEB-1812 in Shelby County Kentucky, and had the following children: Eliza [468] (1814), Mary [2274] (1815), Keziah [2212] (1818), Thomas [2213] (1819), Sarah [469] (1821), Calvin [2214] (1824), William [470] (1825), Absalom [2215] (1828), John [2216] (1830), Benjamin [471] (1832), and Louise [472] (1835). Her parents were Thomas Davis [2] (b. 1765 in Culpeper County Virginia, d. 4-FEB-1835 in Shelby County Kentucky), and Jane Hodnett [3] (b. 1767 in Cumberland County Virginia, d. AFT. 4-MAR-1835).
By Jeannette K. Rook

Iowa Cemetery Records
Page: 134Name: Louisa Ketcham Birth Date: 05 Oct 1795 Death Date: 11 Nov 1858 Cemetery: Birmingham Town: Birmingham

1840 United States Federal Census about Louisa Ketchum
Name: Louisa Ketchum County: Clark State: Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1840; Census Place: , Clark, Indiana; Roll: 75; Page: 239.

1850 United States Federal Census about Louisa Ketchun
Name: Louisa Ketchun Age: 32 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1818 Birth Place: Kentucky Gender: Female Home in 1850(City,County,State): Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana; Roll: M432_138; Page: 42; Image: 84.

Taken: April 8, 1850

I viewed the record and Ancestry made a mistake the age is 52 and not 32. This would make birth year 1798.

Special Notes: Shelby Deeds C-2 pg 127-130 a g This from the will of Thomas Davis her father

Thomas Davis/ This intention made and interest into this the 4th day of March in the year of Christ 1835 between Jane Davis widows of the retired Thomas Davis died. Wm & Mary Davis, John Weaver and Sarah his wife formerly Sarah Davis, Allen Davis, Martha Jane Davis, Emily Davis of the County Of Shelby-of Kentucky Daniel Ketchum & Louisa his wife formerly Louisa Davis, Thomas Rodgers and Elizabeth his wife formerly Elizabeth Davis, Thomas Weaver and Matilda his wife formerly Matilda Davis, Samuel Rodgers and Nancy his wife formerly Nancy Davis, Allen Malchalory and Malinda formerly Malinda Davis of the County of Clark County Indiana all heirs and legal representatives of said Thomas Davis died of the -fast and Wilson Thomas of the County Of Shelby and State of Kentucky of this others part ---That the Said-of

March 4, 1835

Name: Daniel Ketcham Jr.
Alias: Ketchum-Ketchem-Kitchum- Kitchah-Ketchun- Ketchen- Kitchin
Born: September 27, 1788 Shelby County Kentucky formally Jefferson County Kentucky
Died: September 29, 1836 Bethlehem Clark County Kentucky
Spouse: Louisa Davis
Parents: Daniel Ketcham Sr.
Born: February 17, 1753 Hopewell, Hunterdon Co. (Mercer), New Jersey
Died: March 17, 1828 Shelby County Kentucky
Occupation: Farmer
Keziah Pigmon Lewis
Born: December 13, 1755 Piscataway Parish Georges Maryland
Died: August 31, 1834 Shelby County Kentucky
Married: 1785 [Shelby County] was Jefferson County Kentucky until 1792
Occupation: Farmer
Cause of Death: Accident
Interment: Bethlehem Cemetery Clark County Indiana

Special on Parents: 11. DANIEL5 KETCHUM (JOSEPH4, JOSEPH3, JOHN2, EDWARD1) was born February 17, 1753 in Hopewell, Hunterdon Co. (Mercer), New Jersey, and died March 17, 1828 in Shelby County, Kentucky216. He married KEZIAH P. LEWIS217 Abt. 1776 in Washington County, Maryland218, daughter of JOHN LEWIS. She was born December 13, 1755 in Prince George's Co., MD, and died August 31, 1834 in Shelby County, Kentucky218.
JOB 42:14 Keziah was the second daughter God Gave Job. Keziah means Eye shadow.

Gensmart’s
Daniel Ketcham [203]: He was born on 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, and he died on 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana. He married Louisa Davis [201] on 12-FEB-1812 in Shelby County Kentucky, and had the following children: Eliza [468] (1814), Mary [2274] (1815), Keziah [2212] (1818), Thomas [2213] (1819), Sarah [469] (1821), Calvin [2214] (1824), William [470] (1825), Absalom [2215] (1828), John [2216] (1830), Benjamin [471] (1832), and Louise [472] (1835). His parents were Daniel Ketcham [972] (b. 17-FEB-1753 in Hopewell, Hunterdon Co. (Mercer), New Jersey, d. 17-MAR-1828 in Shelby County Kentucky), and Keziah Pigmon Lewis [2262] (b. 13-DEC-1755 in Piscataway Parish Georges Maryland, d. 31-AUG-1834 in Shelby County Kentucky).
By Jeannette K. Rook

http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3250666&id=I0206
From the Ketcham Family History by Edgar Collins Ketcham: According to the research of Edgar, little is known about Daniel Ketcham. It is believed that he died young as the result of some kind of accident [Linda Walden]

From the Ketcham Family History by Edgar Collins Ketcham:
According to the research of Edgar, little is known about Daniel Ketcham. It is believed that he died young as the result of some kind of accident. He and his wife had eleven children together between the years 1815 and 1835.

Re: Ketcham Cemetery Monroe Co. Ind.
MADELINE-WARREN (View posts) Posted: 28 Jul 2006 6:19PM

Ketcham Genealogy Family Page
http://www.ketchamfamily.org/edwar005.htm
http://www.ketchamfamily.org/edwar006.htm#id350

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kyshelby/first/ketcham.html

By Edgar Collins Ketcham:
v. DANIEL KETCHUM, b. September 27, 1788, Shelby County, Kentucky220; d. September 29, 1836220; m. LOUISA DAVIS221.

Notes for DANIEL KETCHUM:

From the Ketcham Family History by Edgar Collins Ketcham:
According to the research of Edgar, little is known about Daniel Ketcham. It is believed that he died young as the result of some kind of accident. He and his wife had eleven children together between the years 1815 and 1835.



444.
Daniel Jr.6 Ketcham (350) (Daniel5, Joseph4, Joseph3, John2, Edward1); born 27 Sep 1788 at Shelby Co, Kentucky;2255,2256,2257 married Louisa Davis (351), daughter of Thomas Davis (2820) and Jane Williams (2821), 6 Feb 1812 at Shelby Co, Kentucky;2258,2259,2260 died 29 Sep 1836 at Shelby Co, Kentucky, at age 48.2261
Children of Daniel Jr.6 Ketcham (350) and Louisa Davis (351) were as follows:
860 i.
Mary Lewis7 Ketcham (410).
861 ii.
Eliza Jane Ketcham (411).
862 iii.
Keziah Ketcham (412).
863 iv.
Thomas Davis Ketcham (413).
864 v.
Sarah Hamilton Ketcham (414).
865 vi.
Calvin Rutter Ketcham (415).
866 vii.
William Allen Ketcham (416).
867 viii.
John Rogers Ketcham (417).
+ 868 ix.
Benjamin Davis Ketcham (418), born 30 Jan 1832; married Nancy Morris (562).
869 x.
Louisa Emily Ketcham (419).
From the Ketcham Family History by Edgar Collins Ketcham:
According to the research of Edgar, little is known about Daniel Ketcham. It is believed that he died young as the result of some kind of accident. He and his wife had eleven children together between the years 1815 and 1835.

Note: Jefferson techincally was the County Daniel was born in. Shelby became a county in 1782
McMillin & Williams Families.FTW]
[McMillin & Williams Families.ged]

'Any lineal descendant of Daniel Ketcham can join the D.A.R. or S.A.R. on his service as a partriot. The proof is given in 'Brumbaugh's Revolutionary Records' of Maryland, Part 1, page 14, number 72 where he signed the Patriot's Oath of Allegiance in Washington County in 1778'' circa 1776.1284 He was signed the Patriot's Oath of Allegiance in 1778 at Washington Co, Maryland.1285 He witnessed the death of Mary Ketcham (363) on 5 Oct 1782. He and Keziah Pigmon Lewis (353) immigrated in 1784 to Shelby Co, Kentucky; "In 1784 Daniel Ketcham and Keziah Lewis Ketcham left Washington County, Maryland, with their two children, Rebecca and John, together with Daniel's parents, Joseph and Gertrude Ketcham. They travelled down the Ohio River on a flatboat with their movable belongings and landed at Louisville, Kentucky, in May 1784. At that time, Louisville consisted of a block-house -- a fort of logs and heavy timbers, with loopholes for musketry. They settled in what is now Shelby County, Kentucky, about 45 miles east of Louisville. " (Kutch 1939).1286 He was Daniel and family, after leaving Washington County, Maryland, and coming down the Ohio River on flatboat, landed in May 1784 at Louisville, Kentucky.1287 He was settled 45 miles east of Louisville, Kentucky, in what is now Shelby County, about 6 miles from Boone's station after May 1784 at Shelby Co, Kentucky.1288 He was Captured by "Tawa" (Ottawa) Indians in 1792 at Shelby Co, Kentucky.1289,1290,1291


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ID: I573254499
Name: Daniel KETCHUM
Given Name: Daniel
Surname: Ketchum
Sex: M
Birth: 27 Sep 1788
Change Date: 26 Apr 2004 1 2

Note: Kentucky Marriages also lists a marriage for Louisa Davis and Daniel Kitcham 28 Oct 18148 Nov 1850, Bethlehem Twp., Clark Co., Indiana p. 42 image 83ancestry.com:Calvin Ketchum 27 INSarah 18 INLouisa 52 KYElijah 34 "William 24 INJohn 21 "Benjamin 20 "Louisa 16 "Calvin Ketchum d. 1864, Little Rock, Arkansas - Civil WarCivil War Service Records - Calvin R. Ketchum 36th Iowa InfantryCivil War Soldiers, Calvin enlisted 10 Aug 1862 Centerville,IowaWidow's pension filed, Susan J. Ketchum, Guardian Sarah J.McEwen, Aug 2, 1864, and 11 Sep 1864. 48.396 21991


Marriage: February 12, 1812 Shelby County Kentucky
February 12, 1812 Shelby County Kentucky

Davis Marriage Records of Shelby Co, Ky - 1800-1830
submitted by "Phyllis Hill"
phill@redrock.net Louisa Davis Daniel Kitchen 6 Feb 1812

Kentucky Marriages 1800-1850
Name: Daniel Kitchah Spouse: Louisa Davis Marriage Date: 06 Feb 1812
Marriage Bonds for Shelby County, Kentucky 1792-1800

Children
1. Eliza Jane Ketcham
Alias: Elizah Ketcham
Born: 1814 Shelby County Kentucky
Died: 1867
Parents: Daniel Ketcham Jr.
Louisa Davis

Gensmart
Eliza Jane Ketcham [468]: She was born in 1814 in Shelby County Kentucky, and she died in GSEST. 1867 in (GSEST. Shelby County, Kentucky). Her parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

Her date of death was estimated based on the following events:

1814 - she was born

By Jeannette K. Rook

Family Search.org
IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0 North America Eliza Jane Ketcham Pedigree Female Event(s): Birth: About 1815 , Shelby, Kentucky Parents: Father: Daniel Ketcham Family Mother: Louiza Davis

1850 United States Federal Census about Elizah Ketchun
Name: Elizah Ketchun Age: 34 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1816 Birth Place: Kentucky
Gender: [Fe] Male Home in 1850(City,County,State): Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana; Roll: M432_138; Page: 42; Image: 84.

April 8, 1850

2. Mary Lewis Ketcham
Born: March 22, 1815 Shelby County Kentucky
Died: Before 1870 Clark County Indiana
Spouse: Alexander [Alex] Mitchell
Born: 1810 Indiana
Died: October 1, 1886 Owen Clark County Indiana
Occupation: Farmer
Parents: Daniel Ketcham Jr.
Louisa Davis
Occupation: Housewife
Interment:

Married: March 20, 1837 Clark County Indiana

Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 about Mary Lewis Ketcham
Name: Mary Lewis Ketcham Spouse Name: Alexander M. Mitchell Marriage Date: 20 Mar 1837 Marriage County: Clark Book: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT OS Page: 1415852 Source Citation: Title: , , ; Book: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT;Page: 1415852.

Gensmart’s
Mary Lewis Ketcham [2274]: She was born on 22-MAR-1815 in Clark County Indiana, and she died in GSEST. 1910 in (GSEST. Clark County, Indiana). She married Alexander M. Mitchell [2275] on 20-MAR-1837 in Clark County Indiana, and had the following children: Thomas [2276] (1838), Louisa [2277] (1844), Nancy [2322] (1847), and Margaret [2278] (1847). Her parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

Her date of death was estimated based on the following events:

1815 - she was born
1847 - her child, Nancy Mitchell [2322] was born
1837 - her spouse, Alexander M. Mitchell [2275], was married

By Jeannette K. Rook

Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 about Mary Lewis Ketcham
Name: Mary Lewis Ketcham Spouse Name: Alexander M. Mitchell Marriage Date: 20 Mar 1837 Marriage County: Clark Book: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT OS Page: 1415852 Source Citation: Title: , , ; Book: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT;Page: 1415852.

1850 United States Federal Census about Mary Mitchell
Name: Mary Mitchell Age: 34 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1816 Birth Place: Kentucky Gender: Female Home in 1850(City,County,State): Owen, Clark, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Owen, Clark, Indiana; Roll: M432_138; Page: 52; Image: 105.

1860 United States Federal Census about Mary L Mitchell
Name: Mary L Mitchell Age in 1860: 45 Birth Year: abt 1815 Birthplace: Indiana Home in 1860: Owen, Clark, Indiana Gender: Female Post Office: Polk Run Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Owen, Clark, Indiana; Roll: M653_248; Page: 239; Image: 242

FamilySearch.org
Household Record 1880 United States Census

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Alexander MITCHEL Self M Male W 69 IN Farmer VA VA
Mary L. MITCHEL Wife M Female W 64 IN Keep House KY KY
Alice M. BRENTON GDau S Female W 11 IN Home IN IN

Source Information: Census Place District 33, Owen, Clark, Indiana Family History Library Film 1254269 NA Film Number T9-0269 Page Number 230A

1900 United States Federal Census about Mary L Mitchel
Name: Mary L Mitchel Home in 1900: Owen, Clark, Indiana Age: 85 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1815 Birthplace: Indiana Relationship to head-of-house: Mother-in-law Race: White Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Owen, Clark, Indiana; Roll: T623 363; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 17 taken June 10, 1900


3. Keziah Ketcham
Alias: : Casiah/Kesiah
Born: January 10, 1818 Shelby County Kentucky
Died: Before 1890 Mount Pleasant Henry Iowa
Spouse: Leroy W. Taylor
Born: May 19, 1819 Clark County Indiana
Died: Before 1900 Mt. Pleasant Henry County Iowa
Occupation: Dry Goods Merchant
Parents: Daniel Ketcham
Louisa Davis
Occupation: Housewife
Interment:

Married: August 6, 1840 Clark County Kentucky

Gensmarts
Keziah Ketcham [2212]: She was born on 10-JAN-1818 in Shelby County Kentucky, and she died in GSEST. 1890 in (GSEST. Iowa). She married Leroy W. Taylor [2217] on 6-AUG-1840 in Clark County Indiana, and had the following children: Daniel [2335] (1843), Eliza [2336] (1845), Sarah [2337] (1847), Miltiades [2351] (1852), Mary [2352] (1854), and John [2353] (1855). Her parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

Her date of death was estimated based on the following events:

1818 - she was born
1855 - her child, John S. Taylor [2353] was born
1840 - her spouse, Leroy W. Taylor [2217], was married

By Jeannette K. Rook

Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-1941 about Leroy Taylor
Name: Leroy Taylor Spouse Name: Casiah Ketchum Marriage Date: 6 Aug 1840 Marriage County: Clark Book: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT OS Page: 1415852 Source Citation: Title: , , ; Book: Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT;Page: 1415852.

1850 United States Federal Census about Keziah Taylor
Name: Keziah Taylor Age: 33 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1817 Birth Place: Kentucky
Gender: Female Home in 1850(City,County,State): Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana; Roll: M432_138; Page: 36; Image: 72.

1860 United States Federal Census about Keziah Taylor
Name: Keziah Taylor Age in 1860: 42 Birth Year: abt 1818 Birthplace: Kentucky Home in 1860: Union, Van Buren, Iowa Gender: Female Post Office: Birmingham Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Union, Van Buren, Iowa; Roll: M653_342; Page: 132; Image: 377

1870 United States Federal Census about Keziah Taylor
Name: Keziah Taylor Estimated Birth Year: abt 1817 Age in 1870: 53 Birthplace: Kentucky Home in 1870: Center, Henry, Iowa Race: White Gender: Female Value of real estate: View Image Post Office: Mount Pleasant Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Center, Henry, Iowa; Roll: M593_395; Page: 156; Image: 314.

1880 United States Federal Census about Keziah Taylor
Name: Keziah Taylor Home in 1880: MT Pleasant, Henry, Iowa Age: 62 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1818 Birthplace: Kentucky Relation to Head of Household: Wife Spouse's Name: L. W. Father's birthplace: Kentucky Mother's birthplace: Kentucky Neighbors: View others on page Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Female Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: MT Pleasant, Henry, Iowa; Roll: T9_344; Family History Film: 1254344; Page: 339.4000; Enumeration District: 96; Image: 0241.

Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 about Kesiah Taylor
Name: Kesiah Taylor Census Date: 1885 Residence County: Henry Residence State: Iowa Locality: Mount Pleasant Birth Location: Kent Family Number: 184 Marital Status: Married Gender: Female Birth Year: abt 1818 Line: 2 Roll: IA1885_199 Source Information: Ancestry.com. Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007. Original data: Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses, 1856, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, 1925 as well various special censuses from 1836-1897 obtained from the State Historical Society of Iowa via Heritage Quest.

4. Thomas Davis Ketcham
Born: December 20, 1819 Shelby County Kentucky
Died: March 23, 1857 Clark County Indiana
Parents: Daniel Ketcham Jr.
Louisa Davis

Family Search.org
IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0 North America Thomas Davis Ketcham Pedigree Male Event(s): Birth: About 1819 , Shelby, Kentucky Parents: Father: Daniel Ketcham Family Mother: Louiza Davis

Gensmarts
Thomas Davis Ketcham [2213]: He was born on 20-DEC-1819 in (GSEST. Shelby County, Kentucky), and he died on 23-MAR-1857 in (GSEST. Clark County, Indiana). His parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

By Jeannette K. Rook

5. Sarah Hamilton Ketcham
Born: November 21, 1821 Shelby County Kentucky
Died: January 7, 1851 Martinsburg Washington County Indiana
Spouse: David Martin
Born: 1825 Indiana
Died: 1881 Washington County Indiana
Occupation: Farmer
Parents: Daniel Ketcham Jr.
Louisa Davis
Occupation: Housewife
Interment: Bethl Ch Cem, , Washington Co, IN

Married: August 20, 1846

Indiana Marriages to 1850 about Ketchem, Sarah A.
Spouse 1: Ketchem, Sarah A. Spouse 2: Martin, David Marriage Date: 20 Aug 1846
Marriage Location: Indiana Clark County

Gensmarts
Sarah Hamilton Ketcham [469]: She was born on 16-NOV-1821 in Shelby County Kentucky, and she died on 7-JAN-1851 in Martinsburg Washington Indiana. She married David Martin [2218] on 20-AUG-1846 in Clark County Indiana, and had the following children: Mary [2323] (1847) and America [2324] (1849). Her parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

By Jeannette K. Rook

FamilySearch.org
Sarah H KETCHUM (AFN: 1BKH-SQ7) Pedigree Sex: F Family
Event(s) Birth: 16 Nov 1821 <, , Clark Co, In> Death: 7 Aug 1851 Burial: Bethl Ch Cem, , Washington Co, In Parents: Danial Ketcham Louiza Davis Marriage(s) Spouse: David MARTIN (AFN: 1BKH-SP1) Family Marriage: 20 Aug 1846 , , Clark Co, In

1850 United States Federal Census about Sarah Martin
Name: Sarah Martin Age: 28 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1822 Birth Place: Indiana Gender: Female Home in 1850(City,County,State): Martinsburg, Washington, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Martinsburg, Washington, Indiana; Roll: M432_179; Page: 303; Image: 431

6. Calvin Rutter Ketcham
Born: January 28, 1824 Shelby County Kentucky
Died: November 16, 1863 Little Rock Arkansas
Spouse: Sarah J. Glitner [McCune]
Born: 1832 Indiana
Died: Before 1920 Appanoose County Iowa
Occupation: Housewife
Parents: Daniel Ketcham Jr.
Louisa Davis
Occupation: Farmer
Cause of Death: Pneumonia during the Civil War
Interment: Little Rock National Cemetery: Cemetery Address: 2523 Confederate Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72206

Married: November 3, 1849 Clark County Indiana

Indiana Marriages to 1850 about Giltner, Sarah J.
Spouse 1: Giltner, Sarah J. Spouse 2: Ketchum, Calvin R. Marriage Date: 03 Nov 1849 Marriage Location: Indiana Clark County:

Gensmarts
Calvin Rutter Ketcham [2214]: He was born on 28-JAN-1824 in Shelby County Kentucky, and he died on 16-NOV-1863 in Little Rock Arkansas (Pulaski County). He married Sarah J. Glitner [2329] on 3-NOV-1849 in Clark County Indiana, and had the following children: John [2333] (1852), Jane [2330] (1853), Susan [2331] (1855), and Margaret [2332] (1859). His parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

By Jeannette K. Rook

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about Calvin R. Ketcham
Name: Calvin R. Ketcham Side: Union Regiment State/Origin: Iowa Regiment Name: 36 Iowa Inf. Regiment Name Expanded: 36th Regiment, Iowa Infantry COMPANY: G Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: Private Rank Out Expanded: Private Alternate Name: Calvin R./Ketchem Film Number: M541 roll 14

U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about Calvin R Ketchum
Name: Calvin R Ketchum Service Info.: PVT US ARMY CIVIL WAR Death Date: 16 Nov 1863 Cemetery: Little Rock National Cemetery Cemetery Address: 2523 Confederate Boulevard Little Rock, AR 72206 Buried At: Section 2 Site 1247

1850 United States Federal Census about Calvin Ketchun
Name: Calvin Ketchun Age: 27 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1823 Birth Place: Indiana
Gender: Male Home in 1850(City,County,State): Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana; Roll: M432_138; Page: 42; Image: 84.

1860 United States Federal Census about Calvin R Ketcham
Name: Calvin R Ketcham Age in 1860: 36 Birth Year: abt 1824 Birthplace: Kentucky Home in 1860: Douglas, Appanoose, Iowa Gender: Male Post Office: Unionville Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Douglas, Appanoose, Iowa; Roll: M653_311; Page: 60; Image: 217.Home in 1850(City,County,State): Martinsburg, Washington, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Martinsburg, Washington, Indiana; Roll: M432_179; Page: 303; Image: 431

Special Notes: "Calvin Ketchum d. 1864, Little Rock, Arkansas - Civil WarCivil War Service Records - Calvin R. Ketchum 36th Iowa Infantry Civil War Soldiers, Calvin enlisted 10 Aug 1862 Centerville,Iowa Widow's pension filed, Susan J. Ketchum, Guardian Sarah J.McEwen, Aug 2, 1864, and 11 Sep 1864. 48.396 21991

7. William Allen Ketcham
Born: December 2, 1825 Shelby County Kentucky
Died: November 8, 1911 Leon Decatur Iowa
Spouse: Lucinda Watkins
Born: February 13, 1831 Shelby County Kentucky
Died: October 10, 1905 Crescent Logan County Oklahoma
Parents: Daniel Ketcham Jr.
Louisa Davis
Occupation: April 8, 1850 UFC Farmer July 7, 1860 Farmer, Farmer July 30, 1870
Cause of Death: Death Record Pending
Interment: Garden Grove Cemetery Decatur Iowa

Married: March 17, 1852 Louisville Jefferson County Kentucky

Gensmarts
William Allen Ketcham [470]: He was born on 2-DEC-1825 in Shelby County Kentucky, and he died on 8-NOV-1911 in Leon Decatur Iowa. He married Lucinda Watkins [2219] on 17-MAR-1852 in Louisville Jefferson County Kentucky, and had the following children: Kate [2220] (GSEST. 1849), Collins [2221] (1855), Virginia [2222] (1858), Oscar [2223] (1865), and Charles [2224] (1867). His parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

By Jeannette K. Rook

Notes: Wm Allen Ketcham mother’s newphew William Davis Neale lived in Crescent Logan County Oklahoma refer to William Davis Neale file. The Son of Martha Ellen Davis Neale. The niece of Louisa Davis.

ID: I108870735 Name: William Allen KETCHAM Given Name: William Allen Surname: Ketcham Sex: M Birth: 2 Dec 1825 in Near Shelbyville, Shelby County, Kentucky Death: 8 Nov 1911 in Leon, Decatur County, Iowa Occupation: Farmer in County of Decatur, Iowa
Occupation: Also worked the Ohio River boats early on Event: Tag Line Unknown Superintendent of the Decatur County Farm Religion: Converted at age 16, Methodist Episcopal Church Event: Clubs Unknown Mason Burial: Garden Grove Cemetery

By D. Manning
Source:
http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2150781&id=I108870735

1850 United States Federal Census about William Ketchun
Name: William Ketchun Age: 24 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1826 Birth Place: Indiana Gender: Male Home in 1850(City,County,State): Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana; Roll: M432_138; Page: 42; Image: 84.

1860 United States Federal Census about W A Ketcham
Name: W A Ketcham Age in 1860: 34 Birth Year: abt 1826 Birthplace: Kentucky Home in 1860: Sharon, Appanoose, Iowa Gender: Male Post Office: Centerville Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Sharon, Appanoose, Iowa; Roll: M653_311; Page: 92; Image: 249.

1870 United States Federal Census about William A Ketchen
Name: William A Ketchen Estimated Birth Year: abt 1826 Age in 1870: 44 Birthplace: Kentucky Home in 1870: Garden Grove, Decatur, Iowa Race: White Gender: Male Value of real estate: View Image Post Office: Garden Grove Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Garden Grove, Decatur, Iowa; Roll: M593_386; Page: 291; Image: 586.

1880 United States Federal Census about W. A. Ketcham
Name: W. A. Ketcham Home in 1880: Eden, Decatur, Iowa Age: 53 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1827 Birthplace: Kentucky Relation to Head of Household: Self (Head) Spouse's Name: Lucy Father's birthplace: Kentucky Mother's birthplace: Virginia Neighbors: View others on page Occupation: Farmer Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Male Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Eden, Decatur, Iowa; Roll: T9_336; Family History Film: 1254336; Page: 313.3000; Enumeration District: 62; Image: 0407.

1910 United States Federal Census about William A Keehorn
Name: William A Keehorn [William A Kecham] Age in 1910: 84 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1826 Birthplace: Kentucky Relation to Head of House: Father Father's Birth Place: Kentucky Mother's Birth Place: Kentucky Home in 1910: Leon Ward 2, Decatur, Iowa Marital Status: Widowed Race: White Gender: Male Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Leon Ward 2, Decatur, Iowa; Roll: T624_400; Page: 19A; Enumeration District: 52; Image: 281.


8. Absalom Lewis Ketcham
Born: January 26, 1828 Shelby County Kentucky
Died: June 20, 1830
Parents: Daniel Ketcham Jr.
Louisa Davis

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IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0 North America Search Results Absalom Lewis Ketcham Pedigree Male Event(s): Birth: About 1827 , Shelby, Kentucky Christening: Death: Burial: Parents: Father: Daniel Ketcham Family Mother: Louiza Davis


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Absalom Lewis Ketcham [2215]: He was born on 26-JAN-1828 in (GSEST. Shelby County, Kentucky), and he died on 20-JUN-1830 in (GSEST. Shelby County, Kentucky). His parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

By Jeannette K. Rook

9. John Rogers Ketcham
Alias: Rodgers
Born: March 30, 1830 Clark Clark Indiana
Parents: Daniel ketcham Jr.
Louisa Davis
Occupation: Farmer
Cause of Death:
Interment:

FamilySearch.org
IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0 North America John Rogers Ketcham Pedigree Male Event(s): Birth: About 1829 , Shelby, Kentucky Parents: Father: Daniel Ketcham Family Mother: Louiza Davis

1850 United States Federal Census about John Ketchun
Name: John Ketchun Age: 21 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1829 Birth Place: Indiana Gender: Male Home in 1850(City,County,State): Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana; Roll: M432_138; Page: 42; Image: 84.

Gensmarts
John Rodgers Ketcham [2216]: He was born on 30-MAR-1830 in (GSEST. Shelby County, Kentucky), and he died in GSEST. 1883 in (GSEST. Clark County, Indiana). His parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

His date of death was estimated based on the following events:

1830 - he was born

By Jeannette K. Rook

10. Benjamin Davis Ketcham
Born: January 30, 1832 Bethlehem Clark County Indiana
Died: December 29, 1913 Atlanta Macon County Missouri
Spouse: Nancy Louisa Morris
Born: April 10, 1842 Ohio {all the census list her being born in Ohio]
Died: August 13, 1912 Udell Appanoose County Iowa
Occupation: Housewife.
Parents: Daniel Ketcham Jr.
Louisa Davis
Occupation: Farmer
Cause of Death: Labor Pneumonia
Date of Interment: January 2, 1914
Interment: Udell Appanoose Iowa {from death record}

Gensmarts
Benjamin Davis Ketcham [471]: He was born on 30-JAN-1832 in Clark County Indiana, and he died on 29-DEC-1913 in Atlanta Macon County Missouri. He married Nancy Louisa Morris [2267] on 6-MAR-1860 in Udell Appanoose Iowa, and had the following children: James [2282] (1862), Elvin [2268] (1864), Infant [2269] (1866), Gertrude [2270] (1867), Joseph [2271] (1869), Thomas [2272] (1871), and Effie [2273] (1873). His parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

By Jeannette K. Rook

Missouri Death Record # 39977
http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/results.asp?type=basic&tLName=%20Ketchan&tFName=&sCounty=Macon&tYear=1913

Name Date of Death County City Certificate Number
Benjaman D. Ketchan December 29, 1913 Macon 39977

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kyshelby/first/first.html
http://iamonia.tripod.com/famtree/taylor/ketcham.htm

Source: http://www.ketchamfamily.org/edwar007.htm#id418
868.
Benjamin Davis7 Ketcham (418) (Daniel6, Daniel5, Joseph4, Joseph3, John2, Edward1); born 30 Jan 1832;4010 married Nancy Morris (562) 6 Mar 1860;4011 died 29 Dec 1913 at age 81.4012

Children of Benjamin Davis7 Ketcham (418) and Nancy Morris (562) were as follows:
1774 i.
Elvin Davis8 Ketcham (563).
1775 ii.
Gertrude Bell Ketcham (564).
1776 iii.
Joseph Francis Ketcham (565).
1777 iv.
Thomas Daniel Ketcham (566).
1778 v.
Effie Belle Ketcham (567).
1779 vi.
(Infant) Ketcham (568).
+ 1780 vii.
James Harlan Ketcham (569), married Alcinda May Hedgecock (570).
Married: March 6, 1860 Udell Appanoose Iowa
Reference:
562. Blowers, Ketchum Family Genealogy (Blowers).
Source: http://www.ketchamfamily.org/edwar00e.htm#end4010

1850 United States Federal Census about Benjamin Ketchun
Name: Benjamin Ketchun Age: 20 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1830 Birth Place: Indiana Gender: Male Home in 1850(City,County,State): Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana; Roll: M432_138; Page: 42; Image: 84.

1880 United States Federal Census about Benj. Ketcham
Name: Benj. Ketcham Home in 1880: Douglas, Appanoose, Iowa Age: 45 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1835 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of Household: Self (Head) Spouse's Name: Nancy Father's birthplace: Indiana Mother's birthplace: Indiana Neighbors: View others on page Occupation: Farmer Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Male Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Douglas, Appanoose, Iowa; Roll: T9_326; Family History Film: 1254326; Page: 644.1000; Enumeration District: 24; Image: 0371.

1900 United States Federal Census about Benjiman Kitchin
Name: Benjiman Kitchin Home in 1900: Douglas, Appanoose, Iowa Age: 67 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1833 Birthplace: Indiana Relationship to head-of-house: Head Spouse's Name: Nancy L Race: White Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Douglas, Appanoose, Iowa; Roll: T623 416; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 15. Taken June 18, 1900

1910 United States Federal Census about Benjamine D Ketcham
Name: Benjamine D Ketcham [Benjamin D Ketcham] Age in 1910: 78 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1832 Birthplace: Indiana Relation to Head of House: Head Father's Birth Place: Kentucky Mother's Birth Place: Kentucky Spouse's Name: Nancy L Home in 1910: Udell, Appanoose, Iowa Marital Status: Married Race: White Gender: Male Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Udell, Appanoose, Iowa; Roll: T624_391; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 25; Image: 85.

American Civil War Soldiers about Benjamin Ketcham
Name: Benjamin Ketcham RESIDENCE: Appanoose County, Iowa Enlistment Date: 27 Feb 1864 Side Served: Union State Served: Iowa Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 27 February 1864 at the age of 28.Enlisted in Company I, 3rd Cavalry Regiment Iowa on 19 Mar 1864.Mustered Out Company I, 3rd Cavalry Regiment Iowa on 9 Aug 1865 at Atlanta, GA. Sources: 71 Source Citation: Side served: Union; State served: Iowa; Enlistment date: 27 Feb 1864..

www.rootsweb.com
 ID: I1388
 Name: Benjamin Davis KETCHAM
 Given Name: Benjamin Davis
 Surname: KETCHAM
 Sex: M
 Note: He faught in the Civil War and his great grandfather faught in theRevolutionar War.
 Birth: 30 JAN 1832 in Shelby Co., KY
1
 Death: 29 DEC 1913 in Alanta, Macon Co., Missouri
1

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:a15335&id=I1388
julienew@uslink.net

Sources:
Abbrev: Rosemary Buchanan Title: Family sheets
Rosemary BuchananP.O. Box 12Warrenton, OR 97146

11. Louise Emily Ketcham
Born: March 27, 1835 Clark County Indiana
Died: March 14, 1858 Mt Pleasant Iowa
Parents: Daniel Ketcham Jr.
Louisa Davis
Interment:

FamilySearch.org
IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0 North America Louisa Emily Ketcham Pedigree Female Event(s): Birth: About 1833 , Shelby, Kentucky Parents: Father: Daniel Ketcham Family Mother: Louiza Davis

1850 United States Federal Census about Louisa Ketchun
Name: Louisa Ketchun Age: 16 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1834 Birth Place: Indiana Gender: Female Home in 1850(City,County,State): Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Bethlehem, Clark, Indiana; Roll: M432_138; Page: 42; Image: 84.

Gensmarts
Louise Emily Ketcham [472]: She was born on 27-MAR-1835 in (GSEST. Clark County, Indiana), and she died on 14-MAR-1858 in (GSEST. Clark County, Indiana). Her parents were Daniel Ketcham [203] (b. 27-SEP-1788 in Jefferson County Kentucky, d. 29-SEP-1836 in Bethlehem Clark Indiana), and Louisa Davis [201] (b. 5-OCT-1795 in Shelby County Kentucky, d. 15-MAR-1858 in Birmingham VanBuren Iowa).

By Jeannette K. Rook


Sources:
Ancestry.com
FamilySearch.org
United States Federal Census 1810, 1820, 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1890, 1900, 1910
Gensmarts Program
Indiana marriage Index
Missouri Vital statistic
www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/bdrecords.asp
http://www.sos.mo.gov/inc/PDFviewer.asp?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1913/00040278.TIF&Fln=1242320.pdf&t2pTitle=State%20Archives%20-%20Death%20Certificates







Thursday, May 15, 2008

Ladies Home Journal

Check Out The Ladies Home Journal
Katie Lee Joel
Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork Barbecue
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I am subscription holder of the Ladies Home Journal. I have been since 1988. I look for the Ideas and sometimes I cook from the Ladies Home Journal.
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THE LADIES HOME JOURNAL
KRAFT ORGINAL BBQ
WATKINS HERBS AND SPICES.
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The Wife of Billy Joel [Mrs. Katie Lee Joel] has excellent recipe for Slow Cooker Pulled Port Barbecue.
So I decided to make the pork, so I would have it ready for lunch, I cooked the pork in the middle of the night. The smell got to my family, and they told me I made it hard for them to sleep.
It makes Twelve Servings
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Work 20 min
Total: 14 hrs
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SPECIAL NOTE: Use Watkins products for best results.
2 tbsp chili powder
1 tbsp onion poswder
2 tsp salt
1 1/2 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp cayenne red pepper
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Special Note: Use Kraft original BBQ sauce
2 cups of barbecue sauce
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Special Note: Go to the Deli Section of your store and get the freshest soft buns you can find. I like the ones top with Onion flavor.
12 Soft Hamburger buns
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Cole slaw optional--For extra crunch and great flavor use Broccoli Slaw.
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Rinse pork and pat dry. In a small bowl, combine chili powder, onion powder, salt, garlic powder and cayenne pepper. Rub all sides of the meat. Most important Marinated the meat for 2 hrs or overnight.
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Cook in Slower cooker for 10 hrs. After cooking drain liquid and skim fat
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Shred pork with forks and return to slow cooker. Return liquid and Barbecue sauce.
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On thing I am going to say this, I used the best products on the Market, for seasonings I use Watkins. Watkins can now be purchased at Walmart.
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Also for the Barbecue sauce, the best use is Kraft orginal Barbecue sauce. When using Kraft orginal it gave the pork a really great flavor.
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Now for my twist, everyone always use the cabbage for the Cole Slaw. So to add extra crunch I use broccoli slaw.
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My husband just returned from Iraq and I always make him a really great dinner. So I chose this and he loves it.
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So I have the seasoning alreay made up so I can just make the pork.
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Katie Lee Joel has some other recipe in the Journal as well.
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Her cook Book is called: THE COMFORT TABLE

Thursday, May 1, 2008

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I decided to order prints online through Walgreens, I selected Walgreens out of many options. I took a picture of my husband when he returned to the United States After Serving 15 months in Iraq. He is Staff Sergeant in the military.


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However, the only camera I had with me was my cell phone that I purchased through Verizonwireless. I wanted nice copies professionally done.


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So from the Text part of my phone, I sent them to my Yahoo E-mail account. Then placed them in my photo section of my computer.


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Then I started to look at the on-line options to print my picture from my cell phone. So I purchased 10 each of 4X6 2 each 5X7 and 2 each of 8X10's. The photos came out excellent.


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I was charged 12 cents each for the 4X6's. The whole order came out $10.00. I had order them on April 25, 2008 and I had received them on April 27, 2008 by mail. That was fast service. It save time and money. Especially Gas money


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What was also nice that I received a coupon for my next order $5.00 off on order of $20.00 or more. The Coupon is simple and I can used as many times until it expires on June 30, 2008.


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Note the prints cost more if you pick them up at the store. They cost 19 cents a print.


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Now I wish that when I take a picture from my cell phone, I can place an order from the phone. That would save time. Now a person can make bids from E-bay.


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However, I like what I got from Walgreens. There are other on line services that were listed. I chose Walgreens First and I am glade I did.

Mugsy Malone Rook II

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This is my baby Pit Bull Mugsy Malone Rook II. He was born on February 29, 2008. He is a sweet little doggie. I hope you enjoy 30 seconds of a puppy's life. He is now two Months old.