Our American Family - Family Card
Our American Family - Family Card
Morgan RYAN(1 Sep 1817 - 4 Jul 1895)Abraham HENDRIX(11 Sep 1813 - May 1887)
Susan Jane PATTON(8 Nov 1821 - 21 Jul 1883)Mary Ann “Polly” PERKINS(Mar 1811 - 21 Mar 1859)
m. 24 May 1860, Texas, Missouri
b. 1 Nov 1840, Jefferson, Tennessee or Missouri?
d. 14 Feb 1907, Cedar, Missouri, age: 66
br. El Dorado Springs, Cedar, Missouri, Clintonville Cemetery
occ. Union Soldier; 1st Storekeep; 7th Day Adventist Preacher
edu. 4 Months Of School, Self Taught
rel. Methodist 16 to 40, in 1880 joined Freewill Baptist Church
b. 12 Nov 1847, Monroe, Tennessee
d. 14 Feb 1914, El Dorado Springs, Cedar, Missouri, age: 66
br. 15 Feb 1914, El Dorado Springs, Cedar, Missouri, Clintonville Cemetery
occ. In 1848 In Covered Wagon From TN To MO
edu.  
rel. Free Will Baptist Later Seven Day Adventist
Children
James Henry RYAN(9 Sep 1861 - 8 Oct 1939)
Susan Jane RYAN(24 Mar 1863 - 3 Sep 1878)
John C. RYAN(18 Jan 1865 - )
Martha A. "Mattie" RYAN(3 Sep 1866 - 12 Mar 1959)
William Morgan "Morg" RYAN(21 Oct 1868 - 1895)
Nancy Ann “Nicie” RYAN(22 Feb 1871 - 7 Dec 1938)
Mahala Ellen "Ella" RYAN(11 Feb 1873 - )
Robert Alden "Bob" RYAN(8 Jun 1875 - 17 Mar 1956)
Gilbert Wiley "Gill" RYAN(6 Jan 1878 - 22 Oct 1955)
Sarah Elizabeth RYAN(11 Jan 1882 - 27 Sep 1883)


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