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From: Billi <>
Subject: [OHNOBLE-L] COULTAS: Richard 1780/90-1872
Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998 07:13:52 -0600


Richard COULTAS
b. 1780/90 England
d. 1872 Noble County, Ohio
m. Hannah

Would like to share.

First Generation

1. Richard1 Coultas was born probably in England 1780-1790. Richard died
1872 in Noble County, Ohio, at 92 years of age. History of Noble County, Ohio

He married Hannah ---- probably in England.Richard was listed as the head
of a family on the 1830 Census in Beaver twp., Guernsey Co., Ohio. Hannah
was probably a free white female, age 40 and under 50 in the household.

Richard Coultas and Hannah ---- had the following children:

+ 2 i. Robert2 Coultas.
+ 3 ii. Mrs. Mary (Coultas) Carpenter was born May 12, 1816.
4 iii. Harriet Coultas was born probably in England ca 1818.
Harriet was probably a free white female, age 10 and under 15, in Richard
Coultas's household, on the 1830 Census in Beaver twp., Guernsey Co., Ohio.
5 iv. Richard Coultas Jr was born in Ohio ca 1825. Richard was
probably a free white male, age 5 and under 10, in Richard Coultas's
household, on the 1830 Census in Beaver twp., Guernsey Co., Ohio. Richard
was listed as a household member living with Silas Carpenter on the 1850
Census in Monroe County, Ohio.
6 v. William Coultas was born in Pennsylvania ca 1827. William
Coultas b. PA 1827 may not be a brother of Mary Coultas, but a cousin or
some other relative. Richard Coutas was in PA, but appears to have moved to
OH by 1825 when Richard Jr. was born. If he is Richard's son, he was b. OH
not PA.

Second Generation

2. Robert2 Coultas (Richard1) birth date unknown.

He married Thamer Dement 1847. Thamer was born in Seneca twp., Monroe Co.,
OH 22 Mar 1825. Thamer was the daughter of William Dement. Thamer died
1903 in Monroe County, Ohio, at 78 years of age. Her body was interred in
Noble County, Ohio, Batesville Cemetery. Thamer Dement was a sister of Jane
(Dement) Shacklee, an ancestor of John D. Ogden who supplied much of this
information.

Robert Coultas and Thamer Dement had the following children:

7 i. George W.3 Coultas was born in Ohio 29 Nov 1847. He married
Lydia J. Johnson 24 Dec 1869.
George was elected in Calais, Monroe Co., Ohio, 1880.
8 ii. Caroline Coultas was born in Ohio 1850.
9 iii. Hannah E. Coultas was born in Ohio 1852.
10 iv. Amelia J. Coultas was born in Ohio 1855.
11 v. Mary A. Coultas was born in Ohio 1858.

3. Mrs. Mary (Coultas)2 Carpenter (Richard1 Coultas) was born Yorkshire,
England May 12, 1816. Mary died May 1, 1904 in Cisne, Wayne County,
Illinois, at 87 years of age. Her body was interred 1904 in Cisne, Wayne
County, Illinois, Pleasant Grove Cemetery.

She married Silas Carpenter in Ohio, June 17, 1833. Silas was born in
Belmont, Ohio 23 Feb 1814. Ancesteral File placed the brith in Batesville,
Guernsey Cty., Ohio, Beaver Twp. And the date is listed as 25 Feb 1814. And
Sharp & Stoner list 26 Feb. 1814. Silas was the son of Joseph Carpenter and
Sinah Gillespie.

Silas died February 22, 1865 Wayne County, Illinois, at 50 years of age.
Inscription: Silas CARPENTER, born Feb. 26, 1804, died Feb. 22, 1865, aged
50 y. 11 mo. 27 ds.

His body was interred 1865 in Lamard Twp., Wayne County, Illinois, Pleasant
Grove Cemetery. Silas was probably a free white male, age under 10, in
Joseph Carpenter's household, on the 1820 Census in Beaver twp., Guernsey
Co., Ohio. Silas was probably a free white male, age 15 and under 20, in
Joseph Carpenter's household, on the 1830 Census in Beaver twp., Guernsey
Co., Ohio. Silas purchased land before 1865 in Lamard Twp., Wayne County,
Illinois. S. Carpenter was listed as the owner of land in Section 4
adjacent to the Estate of E.G. Brock, P. Smith (where Pleasant Grove
Cemetery is located) and the Pleasant Grove Christian Church. Silas died in
1865, shortly after moving to Wayne County, Illinois from Ohio.

Mary (Coultas) Carpenter and Silas Carpenter had the following
children:

12 i. Sarah (Carpenter)3 King was born in Ohio June 27, 1834. Mrs.
died January 27, 1871 at 36 years of age. Her body was interred 1871 Wayne
County, Illinois, Pleasant Grove. Note: Sarah's husband, Henry King, is
cited on the tombstone, but is not buried there. She married Henry King by
1865.
Henry was born in MD August 13, 1833. ) Henry died February 9, 1893
Wayne County, Illinois, at 59 years of age. He was listed as Albert Brock's
neighbor in a census in Bedford Twp, Wayne Co, IL, 1865. A census listed
Henry as head of household in Bedford Twp, Wayne Co, IL, 1865. Henry was
listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census Wayne County, Illinois.
Sarah (Capenter) King's sister, Nancy was living in the King home when the
1870 census was taken.
13 ii. Mrs. Eliza (Carpenter) Ward was born in Ohio July 8, 1839.
Mrs. died July 28, 1907 Wayne County, Illinois, at 68 years of age. Her
body was interred Wayne County, Illinois, Pleasant Grove. Inscription:
Asleep in Jesus, Eliza WARD, born July 8, 1839, died July 28, 1907. She
married Henry P Ward.
Henry P. Ward was born August 13, 1833. ) Henry died February 9,
1893 Wayne County, Illinois, at 59 years of age. His body was interred
Wayne County, Illinois, Pleasant Grove Cemetery. Inscription: Farewell, my
wife and children, all, From you a father Christ doth call.
At 28 years of age Henry became the father of Silas E Ward in Illinois,
15 Dec 1861.
14 iii. Harriet Carpenter was born in Ohio ca 1841. Harriet died Oct
1873 at 32 years of age. She married William Wood. William was born 1837.
He married Nancy Carpenter 1874. William died 1905 at 68 years of age. At
29 years of age
15 iv. Hannah Jane Carpenter was born in Monroe County, Ohio
November 12, 1843. Hannah died April 2, 1923 in Fairfield, Wayne County,
Illinois, at 79 years of age. Her body was interred 3 April 1923 Wayne
County, Illinois, Pleasant Grove. She married twice. She married Eli J.
Brock April 16, 1864. This date is obviously inaccurate- see the several
children born prior to Eli's death. (Additional notes for Eli J. Brock )
Eli died January 31, 1865 in Jeffersonville, Wayne County, Illinois.
Eli purchased land in Lamard Twp., Wayne County, Illinois. Eli Brock, who
was the first husband of Hannah Jane Carpenter, owned land adjacent to where
the Pleasant Grove Cemetery lies and very near to Hannah's father's land.
This land is on the 1881 Land Plat Map.
Eli served in the military. Eli and Hannah Jane had a son named George.
Would like to determine if he was related to the Isaac or George Brock who
is listed as a charter member of the Disciples of Christ Christian Church at
Buckeye and later at Pleasant Grove.
Hannah married (2) Benjamin Franklin Burton in Fairfield, Wayne County,
Illinois, June 27, 1867. Benjamin was born in New Garden, Columbiana Co,
Ohio April 28, 1843. Benjamin was the son of Ephraim D Burton Sr and
Susanna "Susie" Dotts. Benjamin died June 18, 1923 in Fairfield, Wayne
County, Illinois, at 80 years of age. His body was interred June 21, 1923
Wayne County, Illinois, Pleasant Grove Cemetery.
He emigrated, 1855-56. Point of origin: Ohio. "Family lore has it that
Ephraim and family (probably including family of his brother John and some
of the Davis family - Mary Jane's first in-laws) traveled down the Ohio
river aboard a barge and disembarked at Shawneetown, Il., then made their
way north-easterly to where they settled just north of Geff
(Jeffersonville).", Gary Burton. The barge (usually a flat-bottomed long,
large, unpowered and towed or pushed by other craft; or a boat with a flat
bottom and square ends used for transporting freight on inland waterways)
The Flatboat was invented, in 1750, by Pennsylvania colonist Jacob Yoder to
make inland waterways navigable.

Benjamin served in the military in Illinois, October 1861. Was in the
battle grou of 'federal armies engaged in the battles along the Mississippi,
including the siege of Vicksburg under command of General Grant. Following
the fall of Vicksburg in July, 1863, B. F. was engaged with a group of
regiments under General Sherman's command tht marched to Meridian,
Mississippi for further battle. He was still engeged in battle even after
truce was declared, because Confererate forces in Louisiana and Texas
refused to give up.

Benjamin purchased land before 1881 in Bedford Twp, Wayne Co, IL. B.F.
Burton who married Hannah Jane Carpenter owned forty acres of land in
Section 33 in 1881. . Benjamin was listed as the head of a family on the
1910 Census in Bedford Twp, Wayne Co, IL.
16 v. Elizabeth Carpenter was born in Ohio 1847. Her body was
interred Wayne County, Illinois, Pleasant Grove Cemetery. She married
William Schofield. William was born Sept. 6, 1847. William died 1916 at 68
years of age. His body was interred Wayne County, Illinois, Pleasant Grove
Cemetery.
17 vi. Sina Annis Carpenter was born in Monroe Co., Ohio, near
Calais June 20, 1848. Sina died September 20, 1936 in Bedford Twp, Wayne
Co, IL, at 88 years of age. Sina was cared for by Susan and Charles Grove
for from 4-5 years, prior to her death at age 88. Her body was interred
Wayne County, Illinois, Buckeye Cemetery. ------------------------------
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Died Same Day.

Mrs. Sina Rutger, aged 88, widow of the late John Rutger, of near
Buckeye, in Bedford township, died Sunday evening, after many months of poor
health. The same day a telegram came from Villisca, Iowa, telling of the
death that morning, of George Carpenter, a younger brother of Mrs. Rutger,
who a long time ago lived in Bedford township. The Rutger funeral was
Tuesday afternoon, and burial was at Buckeye cemetery.

Mrs. Sina Rutger.

Sina, daughter of Silas and Mary Carpenter, was born near Callas, Monroe
county, Ohio, June 20 1848. She came to Illinois with her parents at the
age of ten years and located on a farm near Pleasant Grove, in Lamard
township. She was converted under the ministry of Elder John Bunting, at
the age of fifteen years and united with the Christian church at Pleasant
Grove. Later she moved her membership to the Buckeye church, where she and
her husband were among the most ardent supporters until failing health
prevented their activities.
She was united in marriage with John B. Rutger, September 27, 1868.
Eleven children were born to this union, four of whom died in infancy. One
son and six daughters grew to manhood and womanhood, married and were
members of the Buckeye Christian church. After reaching mature years, three
of the daughters Mary Molt, Elfa Billington and Ola Billington with the
------- passed away. Aunt Sina, was a faithful companion, a devoted mother
and a kind neighbor and friend. For several years she has not enjoyed good
health and for the past eight months has been confined to her bed.
She passed away Sunday evening, September 20, 1936, age 88 years and 3
months. She is survived by one son, Russel, of near Mt. Erie, three
daughters, Dean Orr of near Fairfield, and Susan Grove and Rhoda Murphy of
near Geff, thirty-seven grandchildren, fifty-six great-grandchildren, one
sister, Mary M. Dye of Cisne, and many other relatives. Her brother, George
Carpenter preceded her in death only a few hours, having passed away at his
home in Nodaway, Iowa, in the morning of the same day.
Funeral services were conducted from the home Tuesday morning by Eld. W.
D. Crippin. Interment was in the Buckeye cemetery.

Photo taken 17 May 1998 of grave stone found in the new section known
as the Grub addition of the Buckeye Cemetery. She married John Bloom Rutger
Wayne County, Illinois, September 27, 1868. "Eleven children were born to
this union, four of whom died in infancy. One son and six daughters grew to
manhood and womanhood, married and were members of the Buckeye Christian
church. After reaching mature years, three of the daughters Mary Molt, Elfa
Billingotn and Ola Billington passed away." Some of the children were
raised by their Grandmother Carpenter.
John was born Wayne County, Illinois April 25, 1847. John was the son
of John J Rutger Rev and Mrs. Mary (Bloom) Rutger . John died May 13, 1921
Wayne County, Illinois, at 74 years of age. His body was interred May 15,
1921 in Lamard Twp., Wayne County, Illinois, Buckeye Cemetery. Photo taken
17 May 1998 of stone found in the new section known as the Grub addition of
the Buckeye Cemetery.
John purchased land in Bedford Twp, Wayne Co, IL. Forty Acres in
section 35 on the 1881 Plat Map is marked J. B. Rutger.
John was listed as a member of the Buckeye church Wayne County,
Illinois. John Rutger was listed as one of the members, "Among the local
people who have been reliable workers through the years...."

Sina made a home for Irene after Ola E. Billington's death in 1920 until
she was in need of care herself. Sina Annis Carpenter Rutger was Irene
Billington's Grandmother. She had Irene live with her for awhile following
John Bloom Rutger's death and while she was still able to care for her.
When she was no longer able, Irene knew that she had nowhere to live and was
crying one afternoon after school. Dorothy Murphy Berg was her only female
cousin. SOURCE: Mrs. Hershel Berg
18 vii. Benjamin Carpenter was born in Ohio abt 1850. He married
twice. He married Margaret Harrison. He married Eva McCormick. He
resided in Norton, Kansas 1904.
19 viii. Coultas Carpenter was born in Monroe Co., Ohio, near Calais
1852. Coultas died 1926 at 74 years of age. His body was interred 1926
Pleasant Grove Cemetery. He married Alice A. Ross. Alice was born 1864.
Alice died 1949 at 85 years of age. Her body was interred 1949 Wayne
County, Illinois, Pleasant Grove Cemetery. He resided in Cisne, Wayne
County, Illinois May 5, 1904.
20 ix. Nancy Carpenter was born in Ohio 1854. Nancy died 1936 at 82
years of age. She married William Wood 1874. William was born 1837. He
married Harriet Carpenter. William died 1905 at 68 years of age. Sarah
(Capenter) King's sister, Nancy was living in the King home when the 1870
census was taken. She resided Argentine, Kansas 1904.
21 x. Mary Maria Carpenter was born in Illinois 1858. Mary died
1938 at 80 years of age. Her body was interred 1938 Wayne County, Illinois,
Pleasant Grove Cemetery. She married Thomas Harrison Dye. Thomas was born
in Pleasant Grove, Wayne Co, Il 1857. Thomas was the son of Lindsey Dye and
Axayann Emmons. Thomas died 1940 Wayne County, Illinois, at 83 years of
age. His body was interred Wayne County, Illinois, Pleasant Grove Cemetery.
She resided in Cisne, Wayne County, Illinois 1936.
22 xi. George H Carpenter was born in Illinois ca 1861. George
died September 20, 1936 in Villiaca, Nodaway, Iowa, at 75 years of age. He
married Etta Knopp after 1880.

Thanks,
Billi

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