Elizabeth Jane Parker

F, #10051, b. 25 December 1854, d. 12 March 1915
Info* Information on her came from Dale Bennett, #187. to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Hunt. 
Birth*25 December 1854 Elizabeth Jane Parker was born on 25 December 1854 at Indiana. 
Marriage*16 February 1877 She married William Mohler Hunt, son of Abraham W Hunt and Rachel Mabee, on 16 February 1877 at Morgan County, Indiana. 
Census*1880 Elizabeth Jane Parker and William Mohler Hunt appeared on the census of 1880 at Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas.
William Hunt, Self, M, Male, W, 23, In, Stone Mason, NJ, NJ
Elazabeth Hunt, Wife, M, Female, W, 25, In, Keeps House, In, In
Fred Hunt, Son, S, Male, W, 3, In, In, In
Julia Hunt, Dau, S, Female, W, 1, In, In, In.1 
Death*12 March 1915 Elizabeth Jane Parker died on 12 March 1915 at Baker Township, Morgan County, Indiana, at age 60.2 
Burial* She was buried at South Park Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. 

Family

William Mohler Hunt b. Feb 1858, d. 1934
Children

Citations

  1. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 2nd Ward, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, Family History Library Film, 1254378, NA Film Number, T9-0378, Page Number, 679b.
  2. [S1] Ancestry.com, Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920.

Fredrick Hunt

M, #10052, b. April 1877
Father*William Mohler Hunt b. Feb 1858, d. 1934
Mother*Elizabeth Jane Parker b. 25 Dec 1854, d. 12 Mar 1915
Birth*April 1877 Fredrick Hunt was born in April 1877 at Indiana.1 
(Witness) Census1880 Fredrick Hunt appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of William Mohler Hunt and Elizabeth Jane Parker at Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas,
; William Hunt, Self, M, Male, W, 23, In, Stone Mason, NJ, NJ
Elazabeth Hunt, Wife, M, Female, W, 25, In, Keeps House, In, In
Fred Hunt, Son, S, Male, W, 3, In, In, In
Julia Hunt, Dau, S, Female, W, 1, In, In, In.2 

Citations

  1. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T623 390; Page: 10A.
  2. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 2nd Ward, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, Family History Library Film, 1254378, NA Film Number, T9-0378, Page Number, 679b.

George William Hunt

M, #10053, b. 9 January 1880, d. March 1964
Father*William Mohler Hunt b. Feb 1858, d. 1934
Mother*Elizabeth Jane Parker b. 25 Dec 1854, d. 12 Mar 1915
Birth*9 January 1880 George William Hunt was born on 9 January 1880 at Marion County, Kansas.1 
Anecdote*12 September 1918 George William Hunt of 830 Washington Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana, born 9 Jan 1880, registered for the draft on September 12, 1918, at Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana. He was an Express Man for J. W. Dill, American Railway Express at the Union Depot. His nearest living relative was William Hunt Martinsville, Indiana. He was white 5'4", 138#, with blue eyes and gray hair.2 
Death*March 1964 He died in March 1964 at age 84. 
Burial* He was buried at Floral Park Cemetery, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Citations

  1. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana; Roll: T623 390; Page: 10A.
  2. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39, Roll 1504018, Draft Board 4.

Cleveland Grover Hunt

M, #10054, b. 24 October 1885, d. 12 December 1949
Father*William Mohler Hunt b. Feb 1858, d. 1934
Mother*Elizabeth Jane Parker b. 25 Dec 1854, d. 12 Mar 1915
Birth*24 October 1885 Cleveland Grover Hunt was born on 24 October 1885 at Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas.1 
Death*12 December 1949 He died on 12 December 1949 at age 64. 
Burial* He was buried at South Park Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. 

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942.

Josephine Hunt

F, #10055, b. 10 June 1889
Father*William Mohler Hunt b. Feb 1858, d. 1934
Mother*Elizabeth Jane Parker b. 25 Dec 1854, d. 12 Mar 1915
Birth*10 June 1889 Josephine Hunt was born on 10 June 1889 at Indiana. 
Death* She died at Gary, Indiana. 
Burial* She was buried at Gary, Indiana. 

Carl Hunt

M, #10056, b. 5 November 1892, d. 1930
Father*William Mohler Hunt b. Feb 1858, d. 1934
Mother*Elizabeth Jane Parker b. 25 Dec 1854, d. 12 Mar 1915
Birth*5 November 1892 Carl Hunt was born on 5 November 1892 at Forest, Clinton County, Indiana.1 
Anecdote*5 June 1917 Carl Hunt of Forest, Indiana, born 5 Nov 1892 in Riple County, Indiana, registered for the draft on June 5, 1917, at Forest Twp, Clinton County, Indiana. He was a Laborer for Edward Hunt at Forest. He was, single, Caucasian , of medium height and build, with brown eyes and dark hair.1 
Death*1930 He died in 1930. 
Burial* He was buried at South Park Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. 

Citations

  1. [S338] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/default.aspx?rt=39, Roll 1439785.

Abraham W Hunt

M, #10057, b. 7 February 1825, d. 15 March 1888
Info* Information on him came from Dale Bennett, #187. to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*7 February 1825 Abraham W Hunt was born on 7 February 1825 at Sussex County, New Jersey. 
Marriage*1 August 1846 He married Rachel Mabee, daughter of John Mabee and Ann Smith, on 1 August 1846 at Sussex County, New Jersey. 
Census*1880 Abraham W Hunt and Rachel Mabee appeared on the census of 1880 at Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas.
Abraham Hunt, Self, M, Male, W, 55, NJ, Carpenter, NJ, NJ
Rachel Hunt, Wife, M, Female, W, 55, NJ, Keeps House, NJ, NJ
George Hunt, Son, S, Male, W, 19, In, Law Student, NJ, NJ
Robert Hunt, Son, S, Male, W, 15, In, At School, NJ, NJ.1 
Death*15 March 1888 Abraham W Hunt died on 15 March 1888 at age 63. 
Burial* He was buried at Hilldale Cemetry, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. 
oObit22 March 1888  On 22 March 1888 at Martinsville, Indiana, the obituary of Abraham W Hunt read: Abraham W. Hunt was born in Sussex County, New Jersey, February 7, 1825, and died March 15, 1888, at his residence in Martinsville, Indiana. He and Miss Rachel Mabee were married August 1, 1846. They were parents of nine children, three of whom survive him. Mrs. Hannah L. Cunning, their only daughter, was the wife of Judge A. M. Cunning. Mrs. Cunning, after a lingering illness, died May 17, 1887. A son died March 4, 1888.
Mr. Hunt moved from New Jersey to Ohio, where he remained less than one year. He then came to Indiana, where he has resided for more than 33 years.
He was a worthy member of the Fraternity of Odd Fellows. He united with the M.E. Church in January 1858.
He was a carpenter by trade. He was an honest man, quiet and unobtrusive, adhering closely to his own obligations he secured many abiding friendships.
Proverbially kind and indulgent he was a model hus-band and an honored father. He was ready to die. He had made ample preparations long before his disease for this hour. His widow survives him and for her ex-traordinary patience and endurance in the long vigils at the bedsides of her husband and son, has the sym-pathy of all. His funeral took place March 18, from the M.E. Church, and was attended by a very large num-ber of sympathizing friends. The sermon was preached by the Pastor of the Church from Zachariah 14:7 At Evening Time it Shall be Light. The Odd Fellows then took charge and conducted their services very impressively and laid the worn out body of our brother, beside his little children, at Hill Dale Cemetery to await the resurrection of the just.2 

Family

Rachel Mabee b. bt 1824 - 1825, d. 23 Mar 1893
Children

Citations

  1. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 2nd Ward, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, Family History Library Film, 1254378, NA Film Number, T9-0378, Page Number, 679a.
  2. [S311] Submission by Orvan Leroy Mabie Jr., Maybee Society Member No. 68., from the Martinsville Republican, March 22, 1888.
  3. [S1] Ancestry.com, New Jersey, Births and Christenings Index, 1660-1931.

Rachel Mabee

F, #10058, b. between 1824 and 1825, d. 23 March 1893
Father*John Mabee b. 1798, d. b 1840
Mother*Ann Smith b. bt 1793 - 1798
Info* Information on her came from Dale Bennett, #187 to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Hunt. 
Birth*between 1824 and 1825 Rachel Mabee was born between 1824 and 1825 at Sussex County, New Jersey.1 
(Witness) Census1830 Rachel Mabee appeared on the census of 1830 in the household of John Mabee and Ann Smith at Newton Township, Sussex County, New Jersey,
; John Mabee, one man 20-30, one woman 30-40, one boy 15-20, one boy and two girls 5-10, and two girls under 5.2 
Marriage*1 August 1846 Rachel Mabee married Abraham W Hunt on 1 August 1846 at Sussex County, New Jersey. 
Census*1880 Rachel Mabee and Abraham W Hunt appeared on the census of 1880 at Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas.
Abraham Hunt, Self, M, Male, W, 55, NJ, Carpenter, NJ, NJ
Rachel Hunt, Wife, M, Female, W, 55, NJ, Keeps House, NJ, NJ
George Hunt, Son, S, Male, W, 19, In, Law Student, NJ, NJ
Robert Hunt, Son, S, Male, W, 15, In, At School, NJ, NJ.3 
(Witness) oObit22 March 1888 Rachel Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of Abraham W Hunt on 22 March 1888 at Martinsville, Indiana; Abraham W. Hunt was born in Sussex County, New Jersey, February 7, 1825, and died March 15, 1888, at his residence in Martinsville, Indiana. He and Miss Rachel Mabee were married August 1, 1846. They were parents of nine children, three of whom survive him. Mrs. Hannah L. Cunning, their only daughter, was the wife of Judge A. M. Cunning. Mrs. Cunning, after a lingering illness, died May 17, 1887. A son died March 4, 1888.
Mr. Hunt moved from New Jersey to Ohio, where he remained less than one year. He then came to Indiana, where he has resided for more than 33 years.
He was a worthy member of the Fraternity of Odd Fellows. He united with the M.E. Church in January 1858.
He was a carpenter by trade. He was an honest man, quiet and unobtrusive, adhering closely to his own obligations he secured many abiding friendships.
Proverbially kind and indulgent he was a model hus-band and an honored father. He was ready to die. He had made ample preparations long before his disease for this hour. His widow survives him and for her ex-traordinary patience and endurance in the long vigils at the bedsides of her husband and son, has the sym-pathy of all. His funeral took place March 18, from the M.E. Church, and was attended by a very large num-ber of sympathizing friends. The sermon was preached by the Pastor of the Church from Zachariah 14:7 At Evening Time it Shall be Light. The Odd Fellows then took charge and conducted their services very impressively and laid the worn out body of our brother, beside his little children, at Hill Dale Cemetery to await the resurrection of the just.4 
Death*23 March 1893 Rachel Mabee died on 23 March 1893 at Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Burial* She was buried at Hilldale Cemetry, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. 
oObit30 March 1893  On 30 March 1893 at Martinsville, Indiana, the obituary of Rachel Mabee read: Mrs. Rachael Hunt, relict of the late A.W. Hunt of this city, died at the residence of her son, R. V. Hunt, at 76 Chadwick Street, Indianapolis, on Thursday. The remains were brought here for internment at 9:11 Saturday morning and then taken from the depot to the M.E. Church where funeral services were conducted at 9:30 o'clock by Rev. Hurlstone. The internment was in Hill Dale cemetery. Mrs. Hunt was 80 years old. She had been visiting in Indianapolis and had been ill only about 10 days, of pneumonia. She leaves three sons, W. M., R. T. and R. V. Hunt, all of Indianapolis. William Mabee of this city is a brother and a sister, Mrs. Susan Williams, lives in Chicago.5 

Family

Abraham W Hunt b. 7 Feb 1825, d. 15 Mar 1888
Children

Citations

  1. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI), 880 census, 2nd Ward, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, Family History Library Film, 1254378, NA Film Number, T9-0378, Page Number, 679a.
  2. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1830 census.
  3. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 2nd Ward, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, Family History Library Film, 1254378, NA Film Number, T9-0378, Page Number, 679a.
  4. [S311] Submission by Orvan Leroy Mabie Jr., Maybee Society Member No. 68., from the Martinsville Republican, March 22, 1888.
  5. [S311] Submission by Orvan Leroy Mabie Jr., Maybee Society Member No. 68., from the Martinsville Republican newspaper, 30 Mar 1893.
  6. [S1] Ancestry.com, New Jersey, Births and Christenings Index, 1660-1931.

Ruben V Hunt

M, #10059, b. 15 February 1851, d. 1939
Father*Abraham W Hunt b. 7 Feb 1825, d. 15 Mar 1888
Mother*Rachel Mabee b. bt 1824 - 1825, d. 23 Mar 1893
Birth*15 February 1851 Ruben V Hunt was born on 15 February 1851 at Newton Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.1 
(Witness) oObit30 March 1893 He was mentioned in the obituary of Rachel Mabee on 30 March 1893 at Martinsville, Indiana; Mrs. Rachael Hunt, relict of the late A.W. Hunt of this city, died at the residence of her son, R. V. Hunt, at 76 Chadwick Street, Indianapolis, on Thursday. The remains were brought here for internment at 9:11 Saturday morning and then taken from the depot to the M.E. Church where funeral services were conducted at 9:30 o'clock by Rev. Hurlstone. The internment was in Hill Dale cemetery. Mrs. Hunt was 80 years old. She had been visiting in Indianapolis and had been ill only about 10 days, of pneumonia. She leaves three sons, W. M., R. T. and R. V. Hunt, all of Indianapolis. William Mabee of this city is a brother and a sister, Mrs. Susan Williams, lives in Chicago.2 
(Mentioned) oObit5 October 1893 Ruben V Hunt was mentioned in the obituary of of Robert T Hunt on 5 October 1893 at Martinsville, Indiana; Robert T. Hunt, age about 28, the son of Mrs. Hunt and brother of Reuben and William Hunt...shot and killed his wife, Cora. She was the daughter of John Anderson, the plasterer, who had lived here. Robert and his wife had lived in Martinsville before moving to Indianapolis.3 
Death*1939 Ruben V Hunt died in 1939.4 
Burial*20 November 1939 He was buried on 20 November 1939 at Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.4 

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, New Jersey, Births and Christenings Index, 1660-1931.
  2. [S311] Submission by Orvan Leroy Mabie Jr., Maybee Society Member No. 68., from the Martinsville Republican newspaper, 30 Mar 1893.
  3. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 102515692.
  4. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 45979069.

Susan C Hunt

F, #10060, b. circa 1853, d. 29 July 1855
Father*Abraham W Hunt b. 7 Feb 1825, d. 15 Mar 1888
Mother*Rachel Mabee b. bt 1824 - 1825, d. 23 Mar 1893
Birth*circa 1853 Susan C Hunt was born circa 1853. 
Death*29 July 1855 She died on 29 July 1855. 
Burial* She was buried at Hilldale Cemetry, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. 

Hannah L Hunt

F, #10061, b. September 1855, d. 17 May 1887
Father*Abraham W Hunt b. 7 Feb 1825, d. 15 Mar 1888
Mother*Rachel Mabee b. bt 1824 - 1825, d. 23 Mar 1893
Married Name Her married name was Cunning. 
Birth*September 1855 Hannah L Hunt was born in September 1855 at Indiana. 
Marriage*9 June 1875 She married Judge Ambrose Merritt Cunning on 9 June 1875 at Morgan County, Indiana.1 
Death*17 May 1887 Hannah L Hunt died on 17 May 1887 at age 31.2 
Burial* She was buried at South Park Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. 

Family

Judge Ambrose Merritt Cunning b. 6 Sep 1844, d. 24 Dec 1924

Citations

  1. [S1] Ancestry.com, Indiana, Marriage Collection, 1800-1941.
  2. [S399] Submission by Maybee Society Member Roma D. Haines Dodds, #189, from father's obit.

George W Hunt

M, #10062, b. between 1860 and 1861, d. 4 March 1888
Father*Abraham W Hunt b. 7 Feb 1825, d. 15 Mar 1888
Mother*Rachel Mabee b. bt 1824 - 1825, d. 23 Mar 1893
Birth*between 1860 and 1861 George W Hunt was born between 1860 and 1861 at Indiana.1 
(Witness) Census1880 George W Hunt appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Abraham W Hunt and Rachel Mabee at Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas,
; Abraham Hunt, Self, M, Male, W, 55, NJ, Carpenter, NJ, NJ
Rachel Hunt, Wife, M, Female, W, 55, NJ, Keeps House, NJ, NJ
George Hunt, Son, S, Male, W, 19, In, Law Student, NJ, NJ
Robert Hunt, Son, S, Male, W, 15, In, At School, NJ, NJ.2 
Death*4 March 1888 George W Hunt died on 4 March 1888. 
Burial* He was buried at Hilldale Cemetry, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. 

Citations

  1. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI), 880 census, 2nd Ward, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, Family History Library Film, 1254378, NA Film Number, T9-0378, Page Number, 679a.
  2. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 2nd Ward, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, Family History Library Film, 1254378, NA Film Number, T9-0378, Page Number, 679a.

Robert T Hunt

M, #10063, b. between 1864 and 1865, d. 5 October 1893
Father*Abraham W Hunt b. 7 Feb 1825, d. 15 Mar 1888
Mother*Rachel Mabee b. bt 1824 - 1825, d. 23 Mar 1893
Birth*between 1864 and 1865 Robert T Hunt was born between 1864 and 1865 at Indiana.1 
(Witness) Census1880 Robert T Hunt appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Abraham W Hunt and Rachel Mabee at Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas,
; Abraham Hunt, Self, M, Male, W, 55, NJ, Carpenter, NJ, NJ
Rachel Hunt, Wife, M, Female, W, 55, NJ, Keeps House, NJ, NJ
George Hunt, Son, S, Male, W, 19, In, Law Student, NJ, NJ
Robert Hunt, Son, S, Male, W, 15, In, At School, NJ, NJ.2 
(Witness) oObit30 March 1893 Robert T Hunt was mentioned in the obituary of Rachel Mabee on 30 March 1893 at Martinsville, Indiana; Mrs. Rachael Hunt, relict of the late A.W. Hunt of this city, died at the residence of her son, R. V. Hunt, at 76 Chadwick Street, Indianapolis, on Thursday. The remains were brought here for internment at 9:11 Saturday morning and then taken from the depot to the M.E. Church where funeral services were conducted at 9:30 o'clock by Rev. Hurlstone. The internment was in Hill Dale cemetery. Mrs. Hunt was 80 years old. She had been visiting in Indianapolis and had been ill only about 10 days, of pneumonia. She leaves three sons, W. M., R. T. and R. V. Hunt, all of Indianapolis. William Mabee of this city is a brother and a sister, Mrs. Susan Williams, lives in Chicago.3 
oObit5 October 1893  On 5 October 1893 at Martinsville, Indiana, the obituary of Robert T Hunt read: Robert T. Hunt, age about 28, the son of Mrs. Hunt and brother of Reuben and William Hunt...shot and killed his wife, Cora. She was the daughter of John Anderson, the plasterer, who had lived here. Robert and his wife had lived in Martinsville before moving to Indianapolis.4 
Death*5 October 1893 He died on 5 October 1893 at Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana.5 
Burial* He was buried at Hilldale Cemetry, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana.4 

Citations

  1. [S38] International Genealogical Index Online (IGI), 880 census, 2nd Ward, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, Family History Library Film, 1254378, NA Film Number, T9-0378, Page Number, 679a.
  2. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, 2nd Ward, Winfield, Cowley, Kansas, Family History Library Film, 1254378, NA Film Number, T9-0378, Page Number, 679a.
  3. [S311] Submission by Orvan Leroy Mabie Jr., Maybee Society Member No. 68., from the Martinsville Republican newspaper, 30 Mar 1893.
  4. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 102515692.
  5. [S382] Find A Grave, online http://www.findagrave.com/, Find A Grave Memorial# 102515692. From the Martinsville Republican, Oct. 5, 1893.

Frank C Hunt

M, #10064, b. circa 1870, d. 4 August 1871
Father*Abraham W Hunt b. 7 Feb 1825, d. 15 Mar 1888
Mother*Rachel Mabee b. bt 1824 - 1825, d. 23 Mar 1893
Birth*circa 1870 Frank C Hunt was born circa 1870. 
Death*4 August 1871 He died on 4 August 1871. 
Burial* He was buried at Hilldale Cemetry, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. 

William B. Mabee

M, #10065, b. 8 March 1822, d. 21 May 1906
Father*John Mabee b. 1798, d. b 1840
Mother*Ann Smith b. bt 1793 - 1798
Birth*8 March 1822 William B. Mabee was born on 8 March 1822 at Newton, Sussex County, New Jersey.1 
(Witness) Census1830 William B. Mabee appeared on the census of 1830 in the household of John Mabee and Ann Smith at Newton Township, Sussex County, New Jersey,
; John Mabee, one man 20-30, one woman 30-40, one boy 15-20, one boy and two girls 5-10, and two girls under 5.2 
(Witness) Census1840 William B. Mabee appeared on the census of 1840 in the household of Ann Smith at Newton Township, Sussex County, New Jersey,
; Ann Mabee, one woman 40-50, one man 20-30, one boy 15-20.3 
MilService*  At Mexican War, William B. Mabee was in the military, Enlisted as volunteer for Mexican War, took active part in Contraras and Churubusco and in the latter battle was wounded.1 
Marriage*2 November 1849 He married Catherine Peters on 2 November 1849 at Sussex County, New Jersey.
"William Mabee and Catharine Peters, both of Newton
Marriage performed by the Rev. Richard Van Horn, Minister of the Gospel."4 
Census*14 September 1850 William B. Mabee appeared on the census of 14 September 1850 at Newton Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.
William Maybee, 28, M, Carpenter, NJ, with the Willson family.5 
Census*30 June 1860 William B. Mabee and Catherine Peters appeared on the census of 30 June 1860 at Martinsville, Washington Township, Morgan County, Indiana.
William Mabee, 38, M, Master Carpenter, NJ, $1100, $350
Catharine Mabee, 37, F, NJ
Ann Mabee, 67, F, NJ
Josiah Mabee, 9, F, NJ, attended school
Abraham Mabee, 6, F, NJ
Ann E. Mabee, 4, F, IN
Kate Mabee, 1, F, IN.6 
Occupation1865 William B. Mabee was a Worked as a carpenter until 1865, then purchased 90 acres 3 miles from town and combined farming labor with carpentry. in 1865 at Morgan, Monroe County, Indiana.1 
Census1 August 1870 William B. Mabee and Catherine Peters appeared on the census of 1 August 1870 at Martinsville, Washington Township, Morgan County, Indiana.
William Mabee, 48, M, W, Carpenter, $18500, $1200, NJ
Catharine Mabee, 47, F, W, Keeping House, NJ
Jacob Mabee, 19, M, W, Farmer, NJ, attended school
Abram Mabee, 16, M, W, Farm Laborer, NJ, attended school
Ann Mabee, 14, F, W, At Home, IN, attended school
Katie Mabee, 11, F, W, At Home, IN, attended school
Sarah Mabee, 8, F, W, At Home, IN, attended school
Ann Mabee, 72, F, W, At Home, NJ.7 
Census16 June 1880 William B. Mabee and Catherine Peters appeared on the census of 16 June 1880 at Washington Township, Morgan County, Indiana.
William Mabee, White, Male, 58, Head, Married, Carpenter, born in New Jersey, Father born in New Jersey, Mother born in New Jersey
Catharine Mabee, White, Female, 57, Wife, Married, Keeping House, born in New Jersey, Father born in New Jersey, Mother born in New Jersey
Katy Mabee, White, Female, 21, Daughter, Single, At Home, born in Indiana, Father born in New Jersey, Mother born in New Jersey
Sallie Mabee, White, Female, 18, Daughter, Single, At Home, born in Indiana, Father born in New Jersey, Mother born in New Jersey
Otis Reedy, White, Male, 13, Laborer, Single, Laborer, born in Indiana, Father born in Indiana, Mother born in Indiana.8 
Occupation*April 1882 William B. Mabee was a Elected school trustee. in April 1882 at Morgan, Monroe County, Indiana.1 
Anecdote*1884 William Mabee, Township Trustee, is a native of Sussex County, New Jersey; was born March 8, 1822; was reared in his native county, and there married November 2, 1849, to Miss Catherine Peters. In 1854, he emigrated to this State, located in this county, and engaged at carpentering in this town until 1865, when he purchased ninety acres three miles from town, and combined farming labor with his trade. In April, 1882, he was elected School Trustee, which office he now fills . Mr. Mabee is a Democrat. He enlisted as a volunteer for the Mexican war, took active part at Contreras and Churubusco, and in the latter battle was wounded. Mr. and Mrs. Mabee are the parents of five children, which are thus named: Jacob, Abraham, Elizabeth (Mrs. Thomas), Katie, J. (Mrs. Bergman), and Sarah H. (Mrs. Dyer).9 
Anecdote*1884 The 1884 History of Morgan, Monroe and Brown Counties, Indiana, page 196, 12 lines or 1/4 page, has a brief biograpical sketch of William Mabee in Morgan County IN, his wife Catherine Peters and their 5 children. It does not list their parents' names but does give William's birth as 8 March 1822.10 
(Witness) oObit30 March 1893 He was mentioned in the obituary of Rachel Mabee on 30 March 1893 at Martinsville, Indiana; Mrs. Rachael Hunt, relict of the late A.W. Hunt of this city, died at the residence of her son, R. V. Hunt, at 76 Chadwick Street, Indianapolis, on Thursday. The remains were brought here for internment at 9:11 Saturday morning and then taken from the depot to the M.E. Church where funeral services were conducted at 9:30 o'clock by Rev. Hurlstone. The internment was in Hill Dale cemetery. Mrs. Hunt was 80 years old. She had been visiting in Indianapolis and had been ill only about 10 days, of pneumonia. She leaves three sons, W. M., R. T. and R. V. Hunt, all of Indianapolis. William Mabee of this city is a brother and a sister, Mrs. Susan Williams, lives in Chicago.11 
(Witness) Census13 June 1900 William B. Mabee appeared on the census of 13 June 1900 in the household of Eli Daniel Thomas and Anna Elizabeth Mabee at Washington Township, Morgan County, Indiana,
; Eli Thomas, Head,W, M, Sept 1852, 47, M, 25, Indiana, Indiana, Indiana, Farms own farm
Anna L Thomas, Wife, W, F, Feb 1856, 44, M, 25, 6 children born, 4 living,Indiana, New Jersey, New Jersey
Charles O. Thomas, Son, W, M, Sept 1879, 20, S, Indiana, Indiana, Indiana, farm laborer
Gertrude Thomas, Daughter, W, F, May 1882, 18, S, Indiana, Indiana, Indiana
Marnie Thomas, Daughter, W, F, Mar 1884, 16, S, Indiana, Indiana, Indiana
Catherine Thomas, Daughter, W, F, Nov 1887, 12, S, Indiana, Indiana, Indiana
William Mabee, Father-in-law, W, M, Mar 1822, 78, M, 50, New Jersey, New Jersey, New Jersey, [illegible ]
Catherine Mabee, Mother-in-law, W, F, Dec 1823, 76, M, 50, 8 children born, 4 living, New Jersey, New Jersey, New Jersey.12 
(Witness) oObit4 October 1901 William B. Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of Catherine Peters on 4 October 1901 at Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana; Mrs. William Mabee, living three miles east of the city who was stricken with paralysis some eight weeks ago, died this morning at 10:00.
She was born in New Jersey in 1823, and leaves a husband and four children; Abe Mabee, of Loaring, Illinois, Jacob Mabee, of Indianapolis, Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas and Mrs. Sarah Dyer of this vicinity. Funeral arrangements will be announced in tomorrow's paper."13 
Death*21 May 1906 William B. Mabee died on 21 May 1906 at South Park, Indiana, at age 84.14 
oObit22 May 1906  On 22 May 1906 at Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana, the obituary of William B. Mabee read: William Mabee, the oldest child and son of John and Ann Mabee, of Sussex County, New Jersey was born in said county and state on March 8, 1822. He was the only son of a family of five children all of whom are now dead except two sisters, Annie Bowdoin of Rahway, New Jersey, and Susan Williams of Chicago, Illinois. He came from New Jersey to Defiance, Ohio in 1844, returned to New Jersey in 1846 and in November 1846 returned again to Defiance, Ohio. He was a Mexican soldier and volunteered under President Polk's administration. He enlisted at Toledo, Ohio, in March 1847, and went to Mexico with the army. He was wounded at battle in Mexico on August 20, 1847 and was in the hospital six weeks. (He) was finally honorably discharged from the service in the city of Mexico on December 9, 1847, when he returned to New Jersey. He was married in Sussex County, New Jersey, his old home, to Catharine Peters on Nov. 2, 1849, where his oldest child, Joseph Mabee was born. He moved with his young family about March 20, 1854 to Defiance, Ohio where he lived till in the fall of that year. He then started for Indiana and came by canal boat from Defiance, Ohio to Peru, Indiana and finally landed in Martinsville, Indiana, November 17 of that year. He lived in Martinsville till December 1865, when he bought the farm three miles northeast of Martinsville, and lived there until June 28, 1898, at which time he and his wife went to live with their daughter, Mrs. Eli Thomas, near the place of their old country home. They lived with the other daughter, Mrs. Ezra Dyer, where his most estimable wife died October 3, 1901 and where he remained until his death, which occurred at 1:15 a.m. Monday, May 21, 1906. He was a carpenter by trade and many of the oldest and most substantial and prominent residences and other buildings in the city of Martinsville are the work of his hands. He was elected assessor of Washington Township in 1882 and served a full term. His official life was one marked with nobility, integrity and honor, both to himself and to the people whom he served. He and his wife were blessed with eight children, 4 boys and 4 girls, three dying in infancy and one daughter Katie who married George Bergman, died near the old home about 22 years ago. The remaining children two boys and two girls, namely: Jacob Mabee of Indianapolis, Abraham Mabee of Charleston, Illinois, Mrs. Lizzie Thomas, and Mrs. Sarah Dyer reside near the old home place. He left surviving him these four children, fourteen grandchildren and great grandchildren. Such in brief is the life of William Mabee. He was one of the pioneers of this county. He leaves a legacy of a well-spent, long and honorable life. The funeral will be held at the Ezra Dyer home Wednesday afternoon at 1:30. Burial at Hilldale cemetery.14 
Burial* He was buried at Hilldale Cemetry, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana.14 

Family

Catherine Peters b. 12 Dec 1823, d. 3 Oct 1901
Children

Citations

  1. [S347] History of Morgan, Monroe County, Indiana., Biographical Sketches , (1884).
  2. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1830 census.
  3. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1840 census.
  4. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, Sussex Co., NJ. Recorded in Liber A, page 362.
  5. [S71] 1850 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Newton, Sussex, New Jersey; Roll M432_464; Page: 122A; Image: 248.
  6. [S91] 1860 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Washington, Morgan, Indiana; Roll M653_284; Page: 895; Image: 350; Family History Library Film: 803284.
  7. [S99] 1870 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Washington, Morgan, Indiana; Roll M593_346; Page: 521B; Image: 430; Family History Library Film: 545845.
  8. [S52] 1880 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Washington, Morgan, Indiana; Roll 301; Family History Film: 1254301; Page: 137B; Enumeration District: 269; Image: 0276.
  9. [S378] USGenNet's Safe-Site Search, online http://www.usgennet.org/search/, Source: Counties of Morgan, Monroe and Brown, Indiana. Historical and Biographical. Charles Blanchard, Editor. F. A. Battey & Co., Publishers, 1884.
  10. [S145] WorldConnect Post-em, from Mark Amanns, e-mail address. The 1884 History of Morgan, Monroe and Brown Counties, Indiana, page 196.
  11. [S311] Submission by Orvan Leroy Mabie Jr., Maybee Society Member No. 68., from the Martinsville Republican newspaper, 30 Mar 1893.
  12. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Washington, Morgan, Indiana; Roll: T623 394; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 53.
  13. [S128] Information printed in the Maybee Society Communicator : #52, OBITUARY Martinsville (Morgan Co., Indiana) Republican (October 4, 1901).
  14. [S128] Information printed in the Maybee Society Communicator : #52, WILLIAM MABEE - OBITUARY Martinsville (Morgan Co., Indiana) Republican (May 22, 1906, Page 2, Col. 5).
  15. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, Birth registration of Franklin Maybee, parents: William Maybee and Catherine Peters, recorded in Newton, Sussex Co., NJ.

John Mabee

M, #10066, b. 1798, d. before 1840
Info* Information on him came from Dale Bennett, #187; Orvan Mabie, #68; to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*1798 John Mabee was born in 1798.1 
Marriage22 September 1821 He married Ann Smith on 22 September 1821 at Sussex County, New Jersey.
"by Simeon Hayward, Esq., Justice, Sussex County, NJ. They were both of Sussex County."2 
Census*1830 John Mabee and Ann Smith appeared on the census of 1830 at Newton Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.
John Mabee, one man 20-30, one woman 30-40, one boy 15-20, one boy and two girls 5-10, and two girls under 5.3 
Death*before 1840 John Mabee died before 1840 at Sussex County, New Jersey.4 

Family

Ann Smith b. bt 1793 - 1798
Children

Citations

  1. [S4] Files submitted to the Mayee Society : Orvan Mabie, e-mail address.
  2. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, Sussex County NJ Marriages, Recorded in Liber A, page 232.
  3. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1830 census.
  4. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1840 census, Ann was widow.

Ann Smith1

F, #10067, b. between 1793 and 1798
Info* Information on her came from Dale Bennett, #187; Orvan Mabie, #68; to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Mabee. 
Birth*between 1793 and 1798 Ann Smith was born between 1793 and 1798 at New Jersey.2,3 
Marriage22 September 1821 She married John Mabee on 22 September 1821 at Sussex County, New Jersey.
"by Simeon Hayward, Esq., Justice, Sussex County, NJ. They were both of Sussex County."4 
Census*1830 Ann Smith and John Mabee appeared on the census of 1830 at Newton Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.
John Mabee, one man 20-30, one woman 30-40, one boy 15-20, one boy and two girls 5-10, and two girls under 5.5 
Census*1840 Ann Smith appeared on the census of 1840 at Newton Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.
Ann Mabee, one woman 40-50, one man 20-30, one boy 15-20.6 
(Witness) Census30 June 1860 Ann Smith appeared on the census of 30 June 1860 in the household of William B. Mabee and Catherine Peters at Martinsville, Washington Township, Morgan County, Indiana,
; William Mabee, 38, M, Master Carpenter, NJ, $1100, $350
Catharine Mabee, 37, F, NJ
Ann Mabee, 67, F, NJ
Josiah Mabee, 9, F, NJ, attended school
Abraham Mabee, 6, F, NJ
Ann E. Mabee, 4, F, IN
Kate Mabee, 1, F, IN.7 
(Witness) Census1 August 1870 Ann Smith appeared on the census of 1 August 1870 in the household of William B. Mabee and Catherine Peters at Martinsville, Washington Township, Morgan County, Indiana,
; William Mabee, 48, M, W, Carpenter, $18500, $1200, NJ
Catharine Mabee, 47, F, W, Keeping House, NJ
Jacob Mabee, 19, M, W, Farmer, NJ, attended school
Abram Mabee, 16, M, W, Farm Laborer, NJ, attended school
Ann Mabee, 14, F, W, At Home, IN, attended school
Katie Mabee, 11, F, W, At Home, IN, attended school
Sarah Mabee, 8, F, W, At Home, IN, attended school
Ann Mabee, 72, F, W, At Home, NJ.8 
Death* Ann Smith died at Morgan County, Indiana. 

Family

John Mabee b. 1798, d. b 1840
Children

Citations

  1. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, from Sussex County NJ Marriages by Howard E. Case.
  2. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1860 Census, age 67.
  3. [S99] 1870 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Morgan County, Washington Township, Page 521, M593-Roll 346, age 72.
  4. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, Sussex County NJ Marriages, Recorded in Liber A, page 232.
  5. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1830 census.
  6. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1840 census.
  7. [S91] 1860 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Washington, Morgan, Indiana; Roll M653_284; Page: 895; Image: 350; Family History Library Film: 803284.
  8. [S99] 1870 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Washington, Morgan, Indiana; Roll M593_346; Page: 521B; Image: 430; Family History Library Film: 545845.

Annie Mabee

F, #10068, b. March 1830
Father*John Mabee b. 1798, d. b 1840
Mother*Ann Smith b. bt 1793 - 1798
Name Variation  Annie Mabee was also known as Hannah. 
Married Name Her married name was Bowdoin.1 
Birth*March 1830 She was born in March 1830 at Sussex County, New Jersey.2 
(Witness) Census1830 Annie Mabee appeared on the census of 1830 in the household of John Mabee and Ann Smith at Newton Township, Sussex County, New Jersey,
; John Mabee, one man 20-30, one woman 30-40, one boy 15-20, one boy and two girls 5-10, and two girls under 5.3 
(Witness) oObit22 May 1906 Annie Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of William B. Mabee on 22 May 1906 at Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana; William Mabee, the oldest child and son of John and Ann Mabee, of Sussex County, New Jersey was born in said county and state on March 8, 1822. He was the only son of a family of five children all of whom are now dead except two sisters, Annie Bowdoin of Rahway, New Jersey, and Susan Williams of Chicago, Illinois. He came from New Jersey to Defiance, Ohio in 1844, returned to New Jersey in 1846 and in November 1846 returned again to Defiance, Ohio. He was a Mexican soldier and volunteered under President Polk's administration. He enlisted at Toledo, Ohio, in March 1847, and went to Mexico with the army. He was wounded at battle in Mexico on August 20, 1847 and was in the hospital six weeks. (He) was finally honorably discharged from the service in the city of Mexico on December 9, 1847, when he returned to New Jersey. He was married in Sussex County, New Jersey, his old home, to Catharine Peters on Nov. 2, 1849, where his oldest child, Joseph Mabee was born. He moved with his young family about March 20, 1854 to Defiance, Ohio where he lived till in the fall of that year. He then started for Indiana and came by canal boat from Defiance, Ohio to Peru, Indiana and finally landed in Martinsville, Indiana, November 17 of that year. He lived in Martinsville till December 1865, when he bought the farm three miles northeast of Martinsville, and lived there until June 28, 1898, at which time he and his wife went to live with their daughter, Mrs. Eli Thomas, near the place of their old country home. They lived with the other daughter, Mrs. Ezra Dyer, where his most estimable wife died October 3, 1901 and where he remained until his death, which occurred at 1:15 a.m. Monday, May 21, 1906. He was a carpenter by trade and many of the oldest and most substantial and prominent residences and other buildings in the city of Martinsville are the work of his hands. He was elected assessor of Washington Township in 1882 and served a full term. His official life was one marked with nobility, integrity and honor, both to himself and to the people whom he served. He and his wife were blessed with eight children, 4 boys and 4 girls, three dying in infancy and one daughter Katie who married George Bergman, died near the old home about 22 years ago. The remaining children two boys and two girls, namely: Jacob Mabee of Indianapolis, Abraham Mabee of Charleston, Illinois, Mrs. Lizzie Thomas, and Mrs. Sarah Dyer reside near the old home place. He left surviving him these four children, fourteen grandchildren and great grandchildren. Such in brief is the life of William Mabee. He was one of the pioneers of this county. He leaves a legacy of a well-spent, long and honorable life. The funeral will be held at the Ezra Dyer home Wednesday afternoon at 1:30. Burial at Hilldale cemetery.4 

Citations

  1. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, From father's obituary in the Martinsville (Indiana) Republican (5/22/1906, page 2, col. 5).
  2. [S90] 1900 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Rahway Ward 3, Union, New Jersey; Roll: T623_997; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 133.
  3. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1830 census.
  4. [S128] Information printed in the Maybee Society Communicator : #52, WILLIAM MABEE - OBITUARY Martinsville (Morgan Co., Indiana) Republican (May 22, 1906, Page 2, Col. 5).

Susan Mabee

F, #10069, b. circa 1827
Father*John Mabee b. 1798, d. b 1840
Mother*Ann Smith b. bt 1793 - 1798
Info* Information on her came from Dale Bennett, #187 and Orvan Mabie, #68 to early Maybee Society records. 
Married Name Her married name was Williams.1 
Birth*circa 1827 Susan Mabee was born circa 1827 at Sussex County, New Jersey.2 
(Witness) Census1830 Susan Mabee appeared on the census of 1830 in the household of John Mabee and Ann Smith at Newton Township, Sussex County, New Jersey,
; John Mabee, one man 20-30, one woman 30-40, one boy 15-20, one boy and two girls 5-10, and two girls under 5.3 
(Witness) oObit30 March 1893 Susan Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of Rachel Mabee on 30 March 1893 at Martinsville, Indiana; Mrs. Rachael Hunt, relict of the late A.W. Hunt of this city, died at the residence of her son, R. V. Hunt, at 76 Chadwick Street, Indianapolis, on Thursday. The remains were brought here for internment at 9:11 Saturday morning and then taken from the depot to the M.E. Church where funeral services were conducted at 9:30 o'clock by Rev. Hurlstone. The internment was in Hill Dale cemetery. Mrs. Hunt was 80 years old. She had been visiting in Indianapolis and had been ill only about 10 days, of pneumonia. She leaves three sons, W. M., R. T. and R. V. Hunt, all of Indianapolis. William Mabee of this city is a brother and a sister, Mrs. Susan Williams, lives in Chicago.4 
(Witness) oObit22 May 1906 Susan Mabee was mentioned in the obituary of William B. Mabee on 22 May 1906 at Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana; William Mabee, the oldest child and son of John and Ann Mabee, of Sussex County, New Jersey was born in said county and state on March 8, 1822. He was the only son of a family of five children all of whom are now dead except two sisters, Annie Bowdoin of Rahway, New Jersey, and Susan Williams of Chicago, Illinois. He came from New Jersey to Defiance, Ohio in 1844, returned to New Jersey in 1846 and in November 1846 returned again to Defiance, Ohio. He was a Mexican soldier and volunteered under President Polk's administration. He enlisted at Toledo, Ohio, in March 1847, and went to Mexico with the army. He was wounded at battle in Mexico on August 20, 1847 and was in the hospital six weeks. (He) was finally honorably discharged from the service in the city of Mexico on December 9, 1847, when he returned to New Jersey. He was married in Sussex County, New Jersey, his old home, to Catharine Peters on Nov. 2, 1849, where his oldest child, Joseph Mabee was born. He moved with his young family about March 20, 1854 to Defiance, Ohio where he lived till in the fall of that year. He then started for Indiana and came by canal boat from Defiance, Ohio to Peru, Indiana and finally landed in Martinsville, Indiana, November 17 of that year. He lived in Martinsville till December 1865, when he bought the farm three miles northeast of Martinsville, and lived there until June 28, 1898, at which time he and his wife went to live with their daughter, Mrs. Eli Thomas, near the place of their old country home. They lived with the other daughter, Mrs. Ezra Dyer, where his most estimable wife died October 3, 1901 and where he remained until his death, which occurred at 1:15 a.m. Monday, May 21, 1906. He was a carpenter by trade and many of the oldest and most substantial and prominent residences and other buildings in the city of Martinsville are the work of his hands. He was elected assessor of Washington Township in 1882 and served a full term. His official life was one marked with nobility, integrity and honor, both to himself and to the people whom he served. He and his wife were blessed with eight children, 4 boys and 4 girls, three dying in infancy and one daughter Katie who married George Bergman, died near the old home about 22 years ago. The remaining children two boys and two girls, namely: Jacob Mabee of Indianapolis, Abraham Mabee of Charleston, Illinois, Mrs. Lizzie Thomas, and Mrs. Sarah Dyer reside near the old home place. He left surviving him these four children, fourteen grandchildren and great grandchildren. Such in brief is the life of William Mabee. He was one of the pioneers of this county. He leaves a legacy of a well-spent, long and honorable life. The funeral will be held at the Ezra Dyer home Wednesday afternoon at 1:30. Burial at Hilldale cemetery.5 
Residence* Susan Mabee lived at Chicago, Illinois. 

Citations

  1. [S19] Steve's Chronology, Caspar, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/caspar/caspar.htm, From father's obituary in the Martinsville (Indiana) Republican (5/22/1906, page 2, col. 5).
  2. [S76] 1910 United States Census, online ancestry.com, Chicago Ward 3, Cook, Illinois; Roll: T624_243; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 0239; Image: 547; FHL Number: 1374256.
  3. [S22] Steve Mabie, Mabie/Maybee/Mabee/Mabey Family Records, online http://maybeesociety.org/steve/steve.html, 1830 census.
  4. [S311] Submission by Orvan Leroy Mabie Jr., Maybee Society Member No. 68., from the Martinsville Republican newspaper, 30 Mar 1893.
  5. [S128] Information printed in the Maybee Society Communicator : #52, WILLIAM MABEE - OBITUARY Martinsville (Morgan Co., Indiana) Republican (May 22, 1906, Page 2, Col. 5).

Vernon Patrick Bennett

M, #10080, b. 19 January 1909, d. 1962
Father*Charles Andrew Bennett b. 24 Aug 1877, d. 17 Apr 1942
Mother*Myrtle Mae Hunt b. 29 Feb 1884, d. 18 Jan 1960
Info* Information on him came from Dale Bennett, #187. to early Maybee Society records. 
Birth*19 January 1909 Vernon Patrick Bennett was born on 19 January 1909. 
Marriage* He married Macle Viola Bastin
Death*1962 Vernon Patrick Bennett died in 1962. 
Burial* He was buried at Greenlawn Cemetery, Martinsville, Morgan County, Indiana. 

Family

Macle Viola Bastin b. 21 Jun 1910, d. 29 Jun 1951