Downing (sometimes spelled Downey, Downring)



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Wayne Edward Short born 25 Apr 1922 Clay County, Indiana; died 27 Sept 1970, buried Edinburgh, Johnson County, Indiana; married 19 Feb 1944 Betty Compton.

Mary Jeannette Short born 11 Nov 1923 Clay County, Indiana; married 3 April 1953 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, Charles Anderson Walters.

Letha May Short born 24 Mar 1925 Clay County, Indiana; married 31 Aug 1946 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, Marvin Dewayne Hiland.

Martha Evelyn Short born 13 July 1926 Clay County, Indiana; married 7 Oct 1944 Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana, Pandily Alex.

Mary J. Short (Mrs. Charles A.) 39330 Long Avenue, Mt. Clemons, Michigan 48043.

Charles Raymond Short born 27 Dec 1892 Parke County, Indiana; died 14 Mar 1964; married 30 June 1910 Mary Ellen Doughterty (25 Dec 1888 Indiana-12 Dec 1974) daughter of James and Alice (Riddle) Dougherty. Children:

Arthur Raymond Short born 5 Apr 1911 Indiana; died 29 Dec 1969.

Thomas Norman Short born 30 Sept 1912 Indiana.

Mary Juanita Short born 23 Jan 1915 Indiana; married 14 Mar 1942 William Harness; m/2 Wilburn Horton Rowe.

Mildred Ruth Short born 9 Mar 1917 Indiana.

Florence Irene Short born 29 May 1919 Indiana.

Margaret Ellen Short born 17 Feb 1921 Indiana; married 2 May 1952 James Noah Moon.

Alice Marjorie Short born 19 May 1924 Indiana; married 25 Jan 1977 Ray King.

Betty Jane Short born 21 April 1926 Indiana; died 1928.

Wilma Maxine Short born 19 Nov 1929 Indiana; married Andy Anderson; m/2 Jay Kelley.

Robert Edward Short born 10 Feb 1932 Indiana.

Frieda Annette Short born 29 Oct 1933 Indiana; married 5 July 1951 Bobby Haskett.

James Edward Short born 5 Mar 1896 Parke County, Indiana; died 17 Feb 1964, buried Calcutta Cemetery, Carbon, Indiana; married 22 Sept 1909 Carbon, Indiana, Mazo Myers (5 Mar 1891-26 Sept 1972). Children:

Joseph Howard Short born 17 July 1910 Carbon, Clay County, Indiana; married 8 Aug 1936 Helen Hawkins.

Mary Edythe Short born 3 May 1913 Carbon, Clay County, Indiana; married 10 June 1934 Harry Barth.

David Edward Chaney born 30 July 1901 born Carbon; died 31 Oct 1916, buried Bee Ridge Cemetery, Clay County, Indiana. Died in an accident.

Maude Ellen Chaney born 21 Aug 1903; married 10 Aug 1933 Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana, Ernest Weaver (6 Jan 1907 Clay County, Indiana-____) son of Ross and Josie (Bell) Weaver. Child:

Timothy M. Weaver born 26 Feb 1939 Clay County, Indiana; married Melissa Madge Evans daughter of Arthur and _______ (Rufina) Evans of Centerpoint, Clay County, Indiana.

7 Apr 1865: daughter Nancy E. Nobles born Clay County, Indiana; married 11 Feb 1896 Clay County, Indiana, Harvey Robinson (9 Sept 1855 Clay County, Indiana-4 Jan 1938 Clay County, Indiana; died 24 Feb 1942 Clay County, Indiana; Children:

Perry Harvey Robinson born 13 Nov 1897; died 24 May 1953.

Gladys L. Robinson born 30 Dec 1901; married James Sanders (24 Feb 1901-____). Children:

Olive Irene Sanders born 28 July 1919.

James Harvey Sanders born 7 July 1921.

Thomas Leon Sanders born 28 Aug 1923

Bonnetta Jean Sanders born 15 Apr 1926; married _______ Wilson.

Hazel Ilene Sanders born 20 Oct 1928.

Jessie Elizabeth Sanders born 1 Oct 1930; married _______ Bayeinger

Sanford Lee Sanders born 2 July 1933

William Philip Sanders born 15 Sept 1936

Kenneth Max Sanders born 2 Apr 1940.

Minnie Olive Robinson born 23 June 1902; married 26 Aug 1901.

Twin daughter born 15 Oct 1903; died 15 Oct 1903.

Twin son born 15 Oct 1903; died 25 Oct 1903.

17 June 1869: son Charles Nobles born Clay County, Indiana; married Stella Ames; m/2 Bertha "Bertie" Ames. Charles was nine months old when his father was killed. Children:

Hilda Nobles.

Violet Nobles.

20 Feb 1863: infant born.

14 Mar 1897: died.

Hazel Rupert Evans: “Rachel had an illegitimate son, Billy. Rachel stayed with her sister, Mary Applegate. One night her brothers John S. and William Y. were called to the Applegate house by the message that Rachel was ‘bad sick.’ When they arrived they found her in bed with a baby. Later on she married William Applegate’s half brother, George W. Nobles.
Her brothers always felt that the father of the child was their brother-in-law, Applegate. My grandfather, John S. Downing refused to visit the Applegate home any more. He always referred contemptuously to Mary’s husband as ‘old Bill Applegate.’
The child Billy died when about 2 years of age.
George Nobles died from the ‘damps’ while cleaning a well. Rachel supported her children by weaving rag rugs and carpets.”
Rupert N. Evans: “When Mother (Hazel Rupert Evans) would get on her high-horse about the Downings, Dad would say, ‘Wasn’t there a woods colt in that family?’”

Rhoda Webster Downing (daughter of John and Mary (Yocum) Downing)

1 July 1839: born Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana.

1860: lived with her brother and his wife, William Yocum and Susan (Akers) Downing.

1870: lived with her brother “domestic servant.”

1900: census #45 #45 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana: Luke F. Downing, mother Susan and Aunt Rhoda lived together.

before 1910: died.

When the twins’ father died, their brothers cared for them: William had Rhoda and John had Margaret.

"Poor Rhody" was thought to be bewitched - had fits. Aunt Polly Yocum furnished the dime to make a bullet to shoot the supposed witch's picture.” Helen Rupert Jones. When her father died, her brother William Yocom looked after Rhoda and John S. cared for Margaret.



Margaret Ann Downing (daughter of John and Mary (Yocum) Downing)

1 July 1839: born Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana.

13 June 1861: married Clay County, Indiana, John Blubaugh (1841 Pennsylvania-29 Nov 1886 Patricksburg, Owen County, Indiana) son of Jacob and Elizabeth (Shonk) Blubaugh who m/2 Owen County, Indiana, Catherine Beatty.

1863: son William Blubaugh born; died young and probably buried in an unmarked grave in the Bee Ridge cemetery. The only record of him is the 1870 Clay County census, where he is listed as a seven-year-old boy.

1870: census - #42 #42 Dick Johnson Township, Clay County, Indiana.

24 May 1870: son Oliver P. Blubaugh born Dick Johnson Twp., Clay County, Indiana; died 10 Jan 1947, buried Summit Lawn Cemetery, Clay County, Indiana; married 30 May 1900 Elzada Barker, daughter of Mahlon and Jane (Herron) Barker. Elzada was a Quaker. Children born Clay County, Indiana: Forrest Jacob Blubaugh born 27 May 1901; died 5 Mar 1977, buried Chapel Lawn Cemetery, Highland, Indiana; married Verna Dell Milligan, daughter of George Clinton and Amanda Jane (Zenor) Milligan. Oliver was a coal miner and clay worker most of his life. Child:

Forrest Jacob Blubaugh born 27 May 1901 Clay County, Indiana; died 5 Mar 1977, buried Chapel Lawn Cemetery, Highland, Indiana; married Verna Dell Milligan, daughter of George Clinton and Amanda Jane (Zenor) Milligan. He was a railroad engineer and lived in Highland, Indiana.

Alfred Robert Blubaugh born 6 Feb 1903; died 27 Oct 1958 Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, buried Summit Lawn Cemetery, Clay County, Indiana; married Helen Fedor, daughter of Steven and Anna Fedor of Richmond, Ohio. He was an auto worker and lived in Detroit, Michigan.

Edna Elizabeth Blubaugh born 15 May 1905; died dsp 19 Aug 1956, buried Summit Lawn Cemetery, Clay County, Indiana; married Gene Anderson, m/2 Renos Staley.

Margaret Lenora Blubaugh born 13 July 1908 Clay County, Indiana; married 29 May 1926 William Constance Willan, son of George Robert Willan; m/2 Ed Berry. She lived in Terre Haute, Indiana, most of her life and she is a retired laundry worker. Children:

William Robert Willan born 1 Feb 1927.

Audrey Elizabeth Willan born 8 May 1929.

Leonard Oliver Willan born 3 Sept 1931.

Charles Lee Willan born 21 Nov 1933.

Olive Jane Blubaugh born 23 Apr 1911.

Elmer Daniel Blubaugh born 27 Sept 1917 Clay County, Indiana; married in England, Maureen Frances Elliott, daughter of Clarence and Elizabeth Frances (Millward) Elliott. Lived Bowling Green, Clay County, Indiana. He was a member of the 82nd Airborne Division in World War II.

18 Apr 1874: daughter Emma Blubaugh born Dick Johnson Twp., Clay County, Indiana (2 months at 1870 census); married 3 Mar 1894 Asa M. Davis (5 Feb 1869 New Jersey-2 Feb 1914 Clay County, Indiana) son of Asa I. and Anna Davis; m/2 14 June 1915 James Hawk, son of John and Eliy (Picard) Hawk; m/3 Fred Wools; died 2 July 1957, buried Summit Lawn Cemetery, Clay County, Indiana.
Asa was a drunkard. Jim Hawk was part Indian.
Jim Hawk then brought another woman to live in a little shack on our farm. When he refused to pay rent or work to pay his rent my dad went down to give him a written notice to vacate. When his (Hawk’s) dog tried to attack dad, he hit the dog then Hawk came to the door with a 22 caliber rifle and threatened to shoot my dad. I took our shotgun and told Hawk to start shooting but he thought better of it—that should have closed the matter but Howard (my brother) took the gun and stepped one foot across the fence. This gave Hawk an excuse to have Howard arrested for trespass. At the P. court trial the charge was dismissed and Hawk was ordered to move. He med Howard in the road later when both were driving horses hitched to open buggies and Hawk gave Howard a cut across the face with a buggy whip. This could have ended with Hawk being charged with assault but it seems best to ignore trash and avoid further involvement.”

7 May 1877: died Clay County, Indiana, buried Bee Ridge Cemetery, northwest of Brazil, Clay County, Indiana. Possibly died in childbirth (Julia L. Adams).

John Elliott Blubaugh, 1310 S. 3rd Street, Terre Haute, Indiana 47802.
Samuel Downing (son of John and Jane/Jean (Thompson) Downing)

21 Dec 1815: married Priscilla Moore?

24 Aug 1820: appraised an horse for Harrison Downing. The Missouri Republican.

no date: daughter Martha Ann born.

3 Feb 1829: appraised an horse for William Downing. The Missouri Republican.

14 July 1829: Samuel Downing of Bonhomme Township, St. Louis County, Missouri took up a horse age 11 years, appraised at $40 by George W. Elliott and Cain J. Brown. The Missouri Republican.

1830: census - Bonhomme Township, St. Louis County, Missouri - 1 male 20-30; 1 female under 5; 1 female 15-20.

4 Nov 1830: Samuel Downing of Bonhomme Township, St. Louis County, Missouri took up a dark bay horse age 5 years, appraised by Harris and William Downing. The Beacon.

no date: son John Harris born.

22 June 1832: deed from Josiah Davisson and Walter Kinkead to Samuel Downing 200A. St. Charles County, Missouri Deed Book S p352.

18 Oct 1836: deed from Henry and Olive Mountts and Aleris and Rowenna West to Samuel Downing all of St. Louis County, Missouri for $250 200 arpens on Missouri River. St. Louis County, Missouri Deed Book A2 p216.

18 Apr 1837: deed from William Downing to Samuel Downing all of St. Louis County, Missouri for $300 50 43/100s acres in St. Louis County, Missouri. St. Louis County, Missouri Deed Bk E2 p469.

no date: married Ann _______.

1840: census - Bonhomme Township, St. Louis County, Missouri - 1 male under 5; 1 male 5-10; 1 male 30-40; 1 male 40-50; 1 female 10-15; 1 female 15-20; 2 in agriculture.

16 Aug 1842: twelve months after Date I promise to pay to Samuel Downing the Sum of fifty Dollars for value received of him as witness my hand and seal this the 16 of August 1842 John Downing (brother?) St. Louis County, Missouri estate of Samuel Downing.

23 Oct 1844: will of William Downing written, leaving everything to children of brother Samuel and appoints brother Samuel executor. St. Charles County, Missouri Deed Book S p352.

no date: son Andrew born.

no date: son Daniel Davisson born.

7 Mar 1848: Walter C. Kinkead named administrator of estate of Samuel Downing. St. Charles County, Missouri Probate Bk C p301.

18 Mar 1848: inventory:

1 tract of land in Missouri 160A by the Missouri River.

1 tract of land 50A by Missouri River.

1 note on Charles Teal.

1 note on John Downing.

1 note on Alvin West.

1 note on George T. Huson.

22 notes on Henry Mounce.

1 note on Charles E. Elmund.

1 note on Milo Minor?.

personal property.

29 Mar 1848: purchasers at auction sale: Mrs. Downing, Nelson Cotterd, Archibald McDonald, John McKinney, Walter C. Kinkaid, W. Runnels, Harley Sappington, John H. Downing, John Chapman, Doctor Wherry, John Evoy, John Gunning, W. H. Dorsett, James Humphreys, John S. Tyler, Alvan West, William Vaughn and Mr. Smizer.

9 July 1851: Walter C. Kinkead curator of John H. Downing, Andrew Downing and Daniel Downing children of Samuel Downing deceased Martha Ann McDowell a daughter of deceased and John S. McDowell her husband and Ann Downing widow of deceased present to the Court their petition setting forth that all the debts due by the estate...have been paid, that there are 6 slaves belonging to the said estate to wit: John, 26 years; Caroline 24 years; Eliza her child 2½ years; Charles 10 years; George 8 years and Matthis alias Si aged 7 years...petitioners desire the court to divide the slaves between them. Probate Court, St. Louis County, Missouri.

19 Sept 1851: final accounting of estate: Ann Downing, widow; Martha Ann McDowell, John H. Downing, Andrew Downing and Daniel Downing children and heirs. W. C. Kinkead was Curator for John H, Andrew and Daniel D. Downing. Slaves: John, Caroline, Eliza her child, Charles, George and Mathias alias Sy. St. Charles County, Missouri Estate #2432.

20 Apr 1852: deed from Sheriff Henry B. Belt of St. Louis County, Missouri under an order from the Circuit Court a petition for partition between John H. Downing, Andrew Downing and Daniel D. Downing by their guardian John S. McDowell and wife Martha Ann and Ann Downing, widow. St. Louis County, Missouri Deed Book F6 p516.

30 Mar 1856: Mrs. Ann Downing of St. Charles County, Missouri bought John H. Downing's slave Matthias.

Martha Ann Downing (daughter of Samuel Downing)

no date: married John S. McDowell.



John Harris Downing (son of Samuel Downing)

no date: married Sarah E. _______ who m/2 by 18 Dec 1869 _______ Wilson.

no date: son John H., Jr. born; died child.

no date: daughter Elizabeth M. born; died child.

15 May 1852: St. Louis - one year after date I promise to pay to the order of Ann Downing Guardian of Daniel D. Downing 55.65 Dollars for value received negotiable and payable without a deflection or discount with interest from date at the note of six per cent per annum. John H. Downing. 5 Jan 1856 - note paid.

Oct 1854: died.

11 Nov 1854: Sarah Downing of St. Louis County, Missouri, relinquished her right to administer the estate of her husband to George White.

1 Dec 1854: Dr. Charles L. Young charged the estate of John H. Downing for Oct 2 one visit and surgical treatment of wounded arm ($5.00), Oct 3 one visit paid him and prescription ($3.00), Oct 4 one visit paid him and prescription ($3.00), Oct 5 one visit paid him and prescription ($3.00), Oct 7 one visit paid him and prescription ($3.00), Oct 9 three visits paid him one in the night ($10.00).

10 Oct 1854: receipt in estate file: estate of John H. Downing decd to George White: to coffin for himself $10; 8 Nov to coffin for John H. Downing $3; 4 July 1855: to coffin for Elizabeth M. Downing $3; total $16. Received payment in full Dec 6, 1855.

5 Dec 1854: appraisal of personal property.

7 Dec 1855: purchasers at auction sale: Sarah Downing, James Scarberry, Andrew Downing, John Maul, Ulius Stocker, Elijah Thom, William Campbell, Richard H. Stevens, Abiaha Speaks, George White, Isaac Chambers, John S. McDowell, Rufus Case, Cornelius Andrea and R. H. Stevens.

25 Jan 1856: Mrs. Ann Downing of St. Charles County, Missouri bought John H. Downing's slave Matthias (about age 10) for $600. The said slave was delivered and placed in her possession.

13 May 1858: estate settled, bills paid - appraisers, auctioneer, etc. and George White for coffins for deceased and two children $16.
Andrew Downing (son of Samuel Downing)

19 Aug 1886: named in brother Daniel's will.


Daniel Davisson Downing (son of Samuel Downing)

no date: son Robert Fisk born.

no date: son Samuel Henry born.

no date: daughter Ida Lee born.

6 June 1829: deed from Albert Tison and wife to Daniel Davisson Downing, 60 Arpens. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book B p315.

19 Aug 1886: will written.

26 June 1888: will probated Lincoln County, Missouri.
Robert Fisk Downing (son of Daniel Davisson Downing)
Samuel Henry Downing (son of Daniel Davisson Downing)
Ida Lee Downing (daughter of Daniel Davisson Downing)

7 Oct 1897: married by J. S. Wailes, Abner Wills. Lincoln County, Missouri Marriage Book 8 p12. LDS Film #97369.



William Downing (son of John and Jane/Jean (Thompson) Downing)

26 Feb 1814: Bonhomme Township, St. Louis County, Missouri - took up a bay horse age 12-13 years, appraised at $25 by Samuel Hibler and John Kinkead. Missouri Gazette, St. Louis, Missouri.

10 Mar 1819: took up a sorrel horse age 6 years, appraised at $71.50 by John Downing and William McCraye. Missouri Gazette, St. Louis, Missouri.

12 May 1820: William Downing vs Margaret Downing administratrix estate of Andrew Downing - debt. Verdict: pay it. St. Charles County, Missouri estate of Andrew Downing.

24 Aug 1820: appraised an horse for Harrison Downing. The Missouri Republican.

3 Feb 1829: William Downing of St. Louis County, Missouri took up a mare age 2 years, appraised at $8 by John Chapman and Samuel Downing. The Missouri Republican.

15 July 1830: deed from Ezekiel and William Downing to Harris Downing 80A. St. Charles County, Missouri Deed Book Q p547.

6 Aug 1836: deed from David Hensley heirs to William Downing for $300 50A in St. Louis. St. Louis County, Missouri Deed Book B2 p158.

18 Apr 1837: deed from William to Samuel Downing for $300 50A in St. Louis County. St. Louis County, Missouri Deed Book E2 p469.

9 July 1837: deed from Eli Mounce to William Downing all of St. Louis County, Missouri for $59 my lease and crop growing on their farm. St. Louis County, Missouri Deed Book B2 p161.

20 May 1842: deed from William Downing of St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri to Lee Chafflin for $1010 land in city of St. Louis Block #152 on 5th Street between Washington and Carr Streets now under lease to John Soule and Philip Wilson for $42 per year due to end 15 Apr 1851. St. Louis County, Missouri Deed Book W2 p166.

23 Oct 1844: will written, everything to children of brother Samuel and appoints brother Samuel executor. George White and Hiram Cordell Witnesses. St. Charles County, Missouri Will Book C p155.

7 Jan 1845: Samuel Downing appointed executor of estate of William Downing. St. Louis County estate #1974.

6 Feb 1845: inventory:a tract of 50A on Missouri River by lands belonging to the estate of Mary H. Coleman. $60 due estate by Samuel Downing personal property.

8 Feb 1845: purchasers at auction sale: Walter C. Kinkead, Martha A. Downing, Samuel Downing, Thomas J. Minor, Samuel Chambers, Sr., John H. Downing, Harris Downing and John Benefield.

Land Entry Book, St. Charles County, Missouri p196 list Section 24, 10266 South Fractional ½ entered in the name of William Downing, deceased by Administrator, Samuel Downing. The recorder of deeds said it was unrecorded, no record of the transaction exists.



Andrew Downing (son of John and Jane/Jean (Thompson) Downing)

31 Mar 1801: born Kentucky.

1821-1824: taxpayer in Lincoln County, Missouri.

2 Mar 1828: married Lincoln County, Missouri, Obedience Bell (ca 1810 North Carolina- 2 Mar 1891, buried Andrew Downing Family Cemetery, Lincoln County, Missouri) daughter of Sarah A. Bell born ca 1782 North Carolina. Lived with this family in 1850. igi

8 Apr 1825: deed from Thacker Vivian to Andrew Downing. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book A p389.

ca 1827: son Andrew S. born.

ca 1830: son Ezekiel Seamore born.

1830: census - p205 Lincoln County, Missouri - 1 male under 5; 1 male 20-30; 1 female 20-30.

1832: ??? Richard J. born.

19 Dec 1833: witnessed marriage of Darias McDonald and Agnes Gladney in Lincoln County, Missouri.

1835: son John C. born.

29 July 1836: son James W. born.

1839: son Thomas J. born.

1840: census - Harrison Township, Lincoln County, Missouri - 1 male under 5; 2 males 5-10; 1 male 10-15; 1 male 30-40; 1 female 5-10; 1 female 30-40.

19 Oct 1840: deed from Elijah Myers to Andrew Downing, west part SW S11 T50 R1E. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book F p57.

11 May 1842: deed from Elijah Myers to Andrew Downing, E½ SW¼ S11 T50 R1E. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book H p120.

25 July 1842: deed from Andrew to William Cochran, 102A T 50 & 51. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book F p167.

1843: son William A. born.

1844: son Harvey B. born.

17 Mar 1845: deed from James Stallard to Andrew Downing, W½ SE¼ S5 T51 R2W. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book H p347.

1847: son Henry H. born.

10 Apr 1849: deed from Andrew Downing to School District #5 in NE corner W½ SW¼ S11 T50. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book J p100.

1850: census - farmer, #1227 #1227 District #49 Lincoln County, Missouri. Sarah A. Bell, born ca 1782 North Carolina lived with this family.

25 Apr 1855: deed from Alexander McDonald and wife to Andrew Downing part of Survey #1767, 131.78A. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book T p743.

1860: census - farmer, Hurricane Township #1077 #1065 Lincoln County, Missouri. Family plus a couple who were listed as boarders plus a hired man.

2 Apr 1861: deed from Andrew Downing to William T. Wilson, Survey #1744, S31 T51 R2W, 2A. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book O.

7 Apr 1864: deed from Benjamin F. Bowie to Andrew Downing, Lots 21-28 in New Hope. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book Q p325.

8 Jan 1866: will written Lincoln County, Missouri - no children named.

Did he have a daughter Mary? she was mentioned in grandmother Jane (Thompson) Downing's will.

6 Aug 1874: died, buried Andrew Downing Family Cemetery, Lincoln County, Missouri).

Aug 1874: will probated Lincoln County, Missouri - Ezekiel S. and John P. Downing, witnesses. Lincoln County, Missouri Will Book 3 p229.

Andrew S. Downing (son of Andrew and Obedience Downing)

ca 1827: born Missouri.



Ezekiel Seamore Downing (son of Andrew and Obedience (Bell) Downing)

ca 1830: born Missouri.

15 Jan 1857/1861: married Lincoln County, Missouri, Sarah Ann King (ca 1835-22 May 1883, buried Andrew Downing Family Cemetery, Lincoln County, Missouri).

12 Sept 1859: Ezekiel Downing from James Lansford beginning NW corner, Survey #164, 100A. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book W p617.

7 Nov 1854: deed from Thomas Kennedy to Ezekiel Downing. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book W p617.

2 Sept 1855: a series of deed to Ezekiel S. Downing in Parson Reserve adjoining New Hope T50 R1E, 40A from Abram B. King, I. M. King, John M.Hubbard and James E. Eddens. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book T p36.

13 Sept 1862: daughter Emma Jane born.

16 Dec 1862: deed from Ezekiel Downing to James M. Downing, adjoining New Hope in which a steam mill was burned, 1.14A. Lincoln County, Missouri Deed Book S p35.

26 Apr 1880: died, buried Andrew Downing Family Cemetery, Lincoln County, Missouri.



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