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301 United States Federal Census 1900 Cass Twp Sullivan Co., IN Roll T623-404 Page 8B Enumeration District 122

McKinley, John (month born and age is unreadable) born in IN both parents born in IN occupation Fireman wife Rebeca born May 1874 age 26 born in IN both parents born in IN son Lawrence born Dec 1891 age 9 son W Bryan born Nov 1895 age 4 
McKinley, John W (I132)
 
302 United States Federal Census 1900 Claridon Twp - Marion Co., OH Roll T623 1301 Page 18B Enumeration District 53
Rice George born Nov 1863 age 36 born in OH both parents born in Oh occupation Day Laborer wife Orilla born Oct 1867 age 32 born in OH both parents born in OH
United States Federal Census 1910 Claridon Twp - Marion Co., OH Series T624 Roll 1213 Part 1 Page 215A
Rice George W age 46 married 26 yrs born in OH both parents born in OH occupation Farmer wife Orilla M age 42 married 26 yrs born in OH both parents born in OH
United States Federal Census 1930 Claridon Twp - Marion Co., OH Roll 1847 Page 2B Enumeration District 4
Rice George W Value of Real Estate $10000 age 66 age at marriage 21 born in OH both parents born in OH occupation Farmer wife Orilla M age 62 age at marriage 18 born in OH both parents born in OH 
Family F309
 
303 United States Federal Census 1900 Indiana Cass Twp. Sullivan Co. Roll 629 Page 13A Enumeration District 122
Johnson, William born Aug 1861 age 38 born in IN both parents born in IN occupation Farmer married 16 years wife Rebecca J born Oct 1866 age 33 born in IN both parents born in IN daughter Katie E born Aug 1884 age 15 son Homer C born Feb 1887 age 13 born in IN daughter Irma B born Aug 1888 age 11 born in IN daughter Mary born Sept 1893 age 6 born in IN son Evert B born Jan 1897 age 3 born in IN
United States Federal Census 1930 Indiana Cass Twp. Sullivan Co. Roll 629 Page 13A Enumeration District 2
Johnson, William E age 65 born in IN both parents born in IN occupation Salesman in Grocery Store wife Rebecca A age born in IN both parents born in IN daughter Lenna age 26 born in IN 
Johnson, William Ebenezer (I136)
 
304 United States Federal Census 1910 6-Pct Holmes Co., FL Series T624 Roll 162 Part 3 Page 88A
Pelham Benjamin F age 27 born in AL married 7 yrs both parents born in AL Farmer wife Mary F age 26 born in AL Father born in FL Mother born in GA son William C age 4 born in FL
United States Federal Census 1920 Eleanor Holmes Co., FL Roll T625-223
Page 12A Enumeration District 70
Pelham, Benjamin F age 37 born in AL both parents born in AL occupation Farmer wife Mary F age 36 born in AL father born in FL Mother born in GA son William age 14 born in FL works on farm son John age 9 born in FL mother Amanda J age 64 born in AL both parents born in AL
United States Federal Census 1930 Eleanor Holmes Co., FL Roll 318 Page 2B Enumeration District 21
Pelham Benjamin F age 47 born in AL both parents born in AL wife Mary F age 46 born in AL father born in FL Mother born in GA son William C age 24 born in FL works on farm son Johnnie C age 19 born in FL mother Amanda J age 74 born in AL both parents born in AL 
Family F337
 
305 United States Federal Census 1910 6-Pct Holmes Co., FL Series T624 Roll 162 Part 3 Page 88A
Underwood Thomas J age 31 married 7 years born in AL Father born in FL Mother born in GA Farmer wife Laura J age 25 born in AL daughter Esther L age 6 daughter Essie age 2 both born in FL
United States Federal Census 1920 Eleanor Holmes Co., FL Roll T625-223 Page 7A Enumeration District 70
United States Federal Census 1930 Eleanor Holmes Co., FL Roll 318 Page 2A Enumeration District 21
Underwood Thomas J age age 51 age at first marriage 26 born in AL both parents born US Farmer wife Laurie J age 44 born in AL both parents born in AL
daughter Loudele age 19 daughter Clara age 17 daughter Carrie L age 13 daughter Sallie age 12 daughter Dorothy age 4 son Thomas J Jr age 10 mos all born in FL 
Family F339
 
306 United States Federal Census 1910 Cass Twp - Sullivan Co., IN Series T624 Roll 380 Part 3 Page 36B
Johnson, Homer age 24 born in IN both parents born in IN occupation Coal Miner wife Ethel age 18 born in IN both parents born in IN married for 1 year
United States Federal Census 1920 Cass Twp - Sullivan Co., IN Roll T625-466 Page 1B Enumeration District 231
Johnson, Homer age 33 born in IN both parents born in IN Occupation Coal Miner wife Ethyl age 26 born in IN both parents born in IN daughter Bernice age 9 born in IN daughter Louise age age 7 born in IN daughter Laura age 5 born in IN son Fred E age 3 years 10 mos. born in IN daughter Francis age 1 year born in IN
United States Federal Census 1930 Hamilton Twp - Sullivan Co., IN Roll 629 Page 8A Enumeration District 18
Johnson, Homer age 44 born in IN both parents born in IN occupation Farmer wife Ida E age 36 born in IN both parents born in IN daughter Louise age 17 born in IN daughter Laura age 16 born in IN son Fred E age 14 born in IN daughter Francis age 12 born in IN daughter Clara age 8 born in IN daughter Kathryn age 3 1/2 mos. born in IN 
Johnson, Homer C (I141)
 
307 United States Federal Census 1910 Claridon Twp - Marion Co., OH Series T624 Roll 1213 Part 1 Page 212A Enumeration District 74
Gruber Thomas S age 42 married 3 years born in OH both parents born in OH Lawyer wife Effie E age 40 born in OH Father born in PA Mother born in OH daughter Mary E age 2 born in OH 
Family F294
 
308 United States Federal Census 1910 Sullivan Co., IN 3-WD Sullivan District 172 Series T624 Roll 381 Part 1 Page 71A
Lemons, Robert E L age 39 born in IN occupation Coal Miner wife Jennie age 24 born in IN father born in IN mother born in IL daughter Cora M age 6 
Lemons, Robert Edgar Lee (I109)
 
309 United States Federal Census 1910 Whetstone Twp - Crawford Co., OH Enumeration District 38 Series T624 Roll 1163 Part 1 Page 176A
Coulter Edward E age age 47 Father born in PA Mother born in OH oocupation Farmer general farming wife Emma age 48 born in OH both parents born in Germany son Charles age 23 born in OH occupation Farm Laborer daughter-in- law Hazel (Jane?) born in OH both parents born in OH
United States Federal Census 1920 Whetstone Twp - Crawford Co., OH Enumeration District 41
Coulter E Edward age 57 born in OH Father born in PA Mother born in OH occupation Farmer General Farming wife Emma age 58 born in OH both parents born in Germany Niece Shifer, Elsie age 23 born in OH both parents born in Germany 
Family F293
 
310 United States Federal Census 1920 Eleanor Holmes Co., FL Roll T625-223
Page 12A Enumeration District 70
Pellum John H age 45 born in AL both parents born in AL occupation farmer wife Gertrude age 43 born in AL both parents born in AL son William L age 24 born in AL daughter Mary J age 19 born in AL daughter Lilly B age 18 born in AL son Daniel age 16 born in FL daughter Virgie E age 14 born in FL daughter Mattie M age 13 born in FL daughter Gladdis V age 11 born in FL daughter Ailer V age 10 born in FL son Willie B age 8 born in FL 
Family F334
 
311 United States Federal Census 1920 Marion Twp - Marion Co. OH Roll T625- 1416 Page 4A Enumeration District 117
Bodley William W age 33 born in OH both parents born in OH Occupation Expressman for US Express wife Estella M age 33 born in OH both parents born in OH

The Marion Daily Star, Marion Co., OH. Jan. 10. 1916
"Mr & Mrs. William Bodley, of Marion, visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Coulter, north of town."
The Marion Daily Star, Marion Co., OH. March 24, 1913
Are Married at Epworth Parsonage. "Miss Estella Mary Coulter & Mr. William W. Bodley were united in marriage by Dr. George A. Scott at the Epworth M.E. Parsonage on East Center Street Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Mr Bodley is an engineer. The young people will make their future home in this city."
The Marion Daily Star, Marion Co., OH. November 21, 1913
Mr & Mrs. William Bodley, of Marion, were guests of friends here Saturday. 
Family F301
 
312 United States Federal Census 1920 Marion Twp - Marion Co., OH Enumeration District 127 T625-1416 Page 3B
Coulter Edgar J age 43 born in OH Father born in PA Mother born in OH occupation Barber in Barber Shop wife Daisy age 40 born in OH father born in OH Mother born in PA son Donald E age 17 born in OH occupation (Colector?) Piano Store daughter Miriam R age 12 born in OH son Wayne A age 6 born in OH 
Family F1053
 
313 United States Federal Census 1930 Eleanor Holmes Co., FL Roll 318 Page 1B Enumeration District 21
United States Federal Census 1920 Eleanor Holmes Co., FL Roll T625-223
Page 12A Enumeration District 70 
Family F343
 
314 United States Federal Census 1930 Eleanor Holmes Co., FL Roll 318 Page 4A Enumeration District 21
Strickland Bertie age 40 born in AL both parents born in AL Farm Laborer son Jesse age 16 daughter Rosie age 13 both born in FL son Howard age 9 son Junior age 5 daughter Myrtle age 2 all three born in AL 
Pelham, Bertie Leola (I781)
 
315 US Census 1870 Widner, Knox Co., OH
McKinley David S age 49 occupation farmer value of real estate $600.00 value of personal estate $250.00 born in IN wife Mary age 44 born in IN daughter Mary J age 17 born in IN son William R age 7 born in IN 
Family F1286
 
316 US Federal Census 1850 Sullivan Co. Gill Twp. Farmer. Henry, 25. Living with Jane (Hollenbeck) Poston.
US Federal Census 1860 Sullivan Co. Gill Twp. Farmer. $2,000. $500. Henry, 30. Wife Ermina, 22.
US Federal Census 1870 Sullivan Co. Gill Twp. Farmer. $5,850. $3065. Henry B., 44. Wife Eliza J., 33. Children : Josephus, 4; Martha E., 9.
"HISTORY OF SULLIVAN COUNTY - Closing of the First Century's History of the County, and Showing the Growth of it's People, Institutions, Industries and Wealth" Thomas J. Wolfe, Editor, The Lewis Publishing Company, New York and Chicago, 1909 pgs 214-215
HENRY R. MILAM.-The oldest member of the Odd Fellows' lodge at Carlisle, and a farmer who has the respect and confidence of all within the radius of his wide acquaintance, is Henry R. Milam, of Gill township, a native of Sullivan county, Indiana, where he was born February 27, 1826 ; hence has passed his four-score-year mark. Many are the changes wrought within the section of Indiana in which he resides since the long ago day of his birth, He is the son of Ambrose and Sarah (Mason) Milam. The father was a native of Kentucky who came to Indiana at a very early day, and always followed farming pursuits for his livelihood, as did his parents. Sarah Mason, Mr. Milam's mother, was native to Sullivan county, Indiana.
Henry R. Milam attended the district schools of Sullivan county, which at that early date were not models for educational institutions, but which gave the youth a fair knowledge of the elements of an education, to which he has added with the passing of the years. When he was sixteen years old he commenced to work for himself, being variously employed for others until the time of his marriage. His first wife was the owner of the farm upon which he still resides. To this tract of land he added from time to time until at one time he owned several hundred acres in the famous Wabash valley. He has sold off from this landed estate until his present holdings consist of one hundred and thirty acres. He carried on general farming, and earlier in his life dealt in cattle, hogs and other live stock quite extensively. Unfortunately, in the month of August, 1906, Mr. Milam suffered a severe sunstroke, while attending to his official duties as road supervisor. From this he has never fully recovered. He united with the Methodist Episcopal church at the age of seventeen years, but subsequently withdrew, and is not now a member of any church body. Politically he is a supporter of the Democratic party, but of the independent type, not feeling himself in duty bound to vote for party, but for men.
Mr. Milam has been married three times. By the first marriage, to Armina Webb, there were two sons, but both are deceased. By his second union two sons were born-Josephus C., who is still a resident of Gill township ; and another, who is deceased. February 5, 1874, Mr. Milam married his third wife, Miss Josephine Webb, born in Gill township, this county, August 2, 1851, a daughter of Mathias A. and Caroline (Fairchild) Webb. The mother was born in Sullivan county, Indiana. February 10, 1825, her parents being natives of New York state. Mathias A. Webb, was born in 1814 and came to Sullivan county with his parents when a mere boy. The family settled in Gill township on a farm where they lived until his death, September 1, 1892. The mother died September 5, 1904.
The children born to Henry R. and Josephine (Webb) Milam are as follows: Charles H., who is residing near his parents, on a part of the Milam homestead, was born November 7, 1874 ; Robert Massie, born October 20, 1876, died May 9, 1893 ; Carrie Elizabeth, born January 17, 1874, now residing in Gill township, the widow of Samuel Brown ; Webb, born January 11, 1881, residing with his parents ; an infant, born July 8, 1885 ; Bonnie, born August 27, 1888, unmarried, now a student in Carlisle high school ; Hattie J., born April 4, 1891, died March 24, 1897.
"HISTORY OF SULLIVAN COUNTY - Closing of the First Century's History of the County, and Showing the Growth of it's People, Institutions, Industries and Wealth" Thomas J. Wolfe, Editor, The Lewis Publishing Company, New York and Chicago, 1909 pg 67
Another prominent family whose residence was in Kentucky prior to the settlement of Sullivan county was the Milams. Henry R. Milam is one of the conspicuous and aged representatives of this family still living in gill township. Several heads of families bearing that name came from Kentucky to the vicinity of Carlisle about the close of the War of 1812-1815, and the family relationship has always been large in the county.
Fond Memories Of the LIFE OF EDITH MILAM KLOER
Written 1975 - 1981 From : Mary Jo (Milam) Brixey (Descendant) brixey@direcway.com
Henry Richard Milam went to California in 1849 in the Gold Rush. He came home with quite a bit of money. Hud said he searched the records of all claims filed for gold in California, and he never found a record of a claim in his name. Grandpa was also noted for his love of beautiful horses and always had several horses and did a lot of hauling. He even ran a stage at one time between Evansville and Terre Haute. Hud thinks he made his money hauling during the gold boom in California.
Hud says Grandpa was settled in the vicinity of the old farm since 1916, and he made quite a bit of money buying up virgin land and clearing it and selling it at a profit. Our Dad was the headman on the clearing squad and Henry and Hud both say that Dad was very adept with an ax, that every swing really counted, and that he was very efficient in clearing the underbrush from the land. 
Milam, Henry Richard (I175)
 
317 US Federal Census 1910 Fadette Geneva Co., AL
Strickland Matthew age 28 born in AL both parents born in AL occupation Farm Laborer wife Bertie age 21 daughter Leona age 2
United States Federal Census 1920 Eleanor Beat 18 Holmes Co., FL Roll T625_223 Page 7 B
Strickland Matthew Y age 39 born in AL both parents born in AL Occupation Farm Laborer Wife Bertie L age 29 born in AL both parents born in AL daughter Leona age 11 born in AL son Jessie L age 5 born in FL daughter Essie L age 5 born in FL daughter Rosie L age 3 born in FL 
Family F328
 
318 US Federal Census 1930 Fadette, Geneva Co., AL
Roland, Chamber age 20 born in ALoccupation farm laborer both parents born in AL wife Essie L age 17 born in AL both parents born in AL 
Family F329
 
319 Volume II The Genealogy of the Benedicts in America By Elwyn Ellsworth Benedict
THOMAS BENEDICT. Among those Englishmen who went into voluntary exile, rather than endure the crueltie and oppressions of Stuarts in the States and Lauds in the Church, was Thomas Benedict of Nottinghamshire. There is reason to suppose that his own remote ancestor had made England his own refuge from religious persecution on the Continent. There was a tradition in this family which ran that anciently they resided in the silk manufacturing district of France and were of Latin origin; that Huguenot persecutions arising, they fled to Germany, and thence, by way of Holland to England. It is said of Thomas Benedict that he was born in 1617; that he was an only son, that the name had been confined to only sons in the family for more then a hundred years; and that, at the time he left England, he did not know of another living person with that name; whence, it assumed, that his father was not living. His mother he had lost early, his father marrying, for his second wife, a widow, whose daughter, Mary Bridgum, came to New England in 1638, in the same vessel with Thomas, then in his twenty-first year. Soon after their arrival they were married, and finding the society and institutions of Massachusetts Bay congenial, they resided in that colony for a time.
These facts in the history of Thomas Benedict are verified by the testimony of Mary Bridgum herself, who lived to the age of one hundred years, and in her life- time, communicated them to her grandson, Deacon James Benedict of Ridgefield Conn., who recorded them in 1755
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Be it remembered that one William Benedict, about the beginning of the 15th century, who lived in Nottinghamshire, in England, had a son born unto him whom he called William, after his own name (an only son); and this William, the 2nd of that name, had also an only son whom he called William and this third William had in the year 1617 one only child whom he called Thomas; and this Thomas' mother dying, his father married the widow Bridgum.
Now this Thomas was put out an apprentice to a weaver, who afterwards in the 21st year of his age, cam over into New-England, together with his sister-in-law, Mary Bridgum. Afterwards said Thomas was joined in marriage with Mary Bridgum. After they had lived some time in the Bay parts, they removed to Southhold on Long Island, where were born unto them five sons and four daughters whose names were Thomas, John, Samuel, James, Daniel, Betty, Mary, Sarah and Rebeccah. From thence they removed to a farm belonging to the town, called Hassamamac where they lived some time. From thence they removed to Huntingtown, where they lived some years. Then they removed to Jamaica on said Island, where Thomas, their eldest son, took to wife, Mary Messenger of that town. And last of all they removed to Norwalk, in Fairfield County, Connecticut, with all their family, where they were all married. John took to wife Phebe, daughter to Mr. John Gregory, of said Norwalk. Samuel took to wife Rebecca Andrews. James took to wife Sarah Gregory, sister of the above said Phebe. Daniel took to wife Mary Marvin. Their daughters were all married. Betty, to John Slawson of Stanford; Mary to John Olmstead; Sarah to James Beebe; Rebeccah to Samuel Wood. From these have risen numeous offspring.
The children of Thomas, the 2nd of that name, were Thomas (an only son) Mary, Hannah, Esther, Abigail and Elizabeth. The children of John were Sarah, Phebe, John, Jonathan, Benjamin, Joseph, James, Mary and Thomas. The children of samuel were Joannah, Samuel, Thomas, Rebeccah, Esther, Nathaniel, and Abraham. The children of James were Sarah, Rebeccah, Phebe, James, John, Thomas and Elisabeth. The children of Daniel were Mary, Daniel, Mercy and Hannah. The children of Betty were Mary and Thomas. The children of Mary were John, Mary, Jane, Sarah, Rebeccah, Elisabeth, Daniel, Richard, Eunice and Deborah. The children of Rebeccah were an infant (I know not his name) and Samuel. The children of Sarah were Sarah and James. All of these were the children and grandchildren of our honoured predecessors, Thomas Benedict and Mary, his wife, who walked in the midst of their house with a perfect heart. They were strict observers of the Lord's day from even to even; and I think it may be said of them, as it was Zacharias and Elisabeth, "that they walked in all the commandments and ordinances of the Lord blameless, and obtained a good report through faith." Their excellant example had a good effect, by the blessing of heaven, upon their children. He was made a deacon of the church at Norwalk, and used that office to the good satisfaction of that church to his death, which was in the 73rd year of his age; and two of his sons, viz: John and Samuel, used the office until old age and it's attendants rendered them unable to serve any longer. And there are, at this day, no less than seven of the family and name that use that office, and some of them at least, I hope, to good acceptance with God and man.
The children of John, the 2nd of that name, were John, Matthew, Caleb, Nathaniel, Annah and Phebe. The children of Benjamin were Benjamin, Timothy, John, Samuel, Daniel, Amos, Elisabeth, Mary Rachael, and Thankful. The children of Joseph were Joseph, Gideon, Anna, Pitman, Jonathan, Mary, Ezra and John. The children of James were Sarah, Ruth, Peter, Hannah, Phebe, James, Martha, John and Thomas. The children of Thomas were Ebenezer, David, John, Thomas, Betty and Seth. The children of Phebe were Enos, William, Noah, a son, and Phebe. The children of Mary were Ezra, Josiah, Phebe, Asa and Isaac. All these were the grand-children of Deacon John Benedict, the 1st of that name, who was my honoured father.
[signed] James Benedict.
Ridgefield, March ye 14, 1755 
Benedict, Thomas (I1332)
 
320 When grown she weighed 115 lbs. Very blond hair, blue eyes and a jolly disposition. She cooked at a boarding house for men Waters, Bridgette Ann "Biddy" (I2987)
 
321 William R was only 21 when he died, and it is unlikely he ever married. McKinley, William R (I1515)
 
322 WILLIE & LIDIE, Infant children
of C. W. & A. F. CUNLIFFE
Died Jan. 22, 1868, Aged 2 days 
Cunliffe, Willie (I2415)
 
323 WILLIE & LIDIE, Infant children
of C. W. & A. F. CUNLIFFE
Died Jan. 22, 1868, Aged 2 days 
Cunliffe, Lidie (I2416)
 
324 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Clarence Le Roy Coulter
City: Not Stated
County: Richland
State: Ohio
Birthplace: Ohio;United States of America
Birth Date: 25 Jul 1890
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1851085
DraftBoard: 0
Source Citation: Registration Location: Richland County, Ohio; Roll: 1851085; Draft Board: 0.
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: United States, Selective Service System. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, 4,582 rolls.
U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Name: Clarenc L Coulter
Birth Date: Est. 1890

Gender: Male
Race: White

Residence County: Crawford
Residence State: Ohio
Residence Country: United States

Death Date: 3 Sep 1961
Hospital of Death: Long-Term Care Facilities
City of Death: Richland County
County of Death: Richland
Certificate: 66335
Age at Death: 71
Certifier: Physician
Autopsy: Yes, used for certification

Marital Status: Married
Source Citation: Certificate: 66335; Volume: 16652
Source Information:
Ancestry.com and Ohio Department of Health. Ohio Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, and 1958-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2006. Original data:
Ohio. Division of Vital Statistics. Death Certificates and index, December 20, 1908- December 31, 1953. State Archives Series 3094. Ohio Historical Society, Ohio.
Ohio Department of Health. Index to Annual Deaths, 1958-2002. Ohio Department of Health, State Vital Statistics Unit, Columbus, OH, USA 
Coulter, Clarence LeeRoy (I375)
 
325 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Melvin Bryan Coulter
City: Not Stated
County: Marion
State: Ohio
Birthplace: Ohio;United States of America
Birth Date: 28 Oct 1896
Roll: 1832516
DraftBoard: 0
Source Citation: Registration Location: Marion County, Ohio; Roll: 1832516; Draft Board: 0.
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: United States, Selective Service System. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration. M1509, 4,582 rolls.
Ohio Soldiers in WWI, 1917-1918
Name: Melvin B. Coulter
Race: White
Birth Date: 28 Oct 1896
Birth Location: New Winchester, Ohio, USA

Enlistment Date: 4 Sep 1918
Enlistment County: Marion
Enlistment State: Ohio
Enlistment Division: National Army
Comments: 158 Depot Brigade to 31 Oct 1918; Co C 81 Engineers to Discharge Corporal 8 Dec 1918. Honorable discharge 13 Dec 1918.
Source Information:
Ancestry.com. Ohio Soldiers in WWI, 1917-1918 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: The Official Roster of Ohio Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the World War, 1917-18. Columbus, OH, USA: The F.J. Heer Printing Co., 1926.
U.S. Veterans Cemeteries, ca.1800-2006
about Melvin Coulter
Name: Melvin Coulter
Service Info.: CPL US ARMY WORLD WAR I
Birth Date: 28 Oct 1898
Death Date: 28 Jan 1971
Service Start Date: 4 Sep 1918
Service End Date: 13 Dec 1918
Interment Date: 2 Feb 1971
Cemetery: Ft. McPherson National Cemetery
Cemetery Address: 12004 S Spur 56a Maxwell, NE 69151-1031
Buried At: Section G Site 764 
Coulter, Bryan Melvin (I371)
 
326 WWI draft Registraion Cards 1917-1918
Name: John Haywood Pelham
City: Not Stated
County: Holmes
State: Florida
Birth Date: 5 Nov 1875
Race: White
Roll: 1556858 
Pelham, John Haywood (I799)
 
327 WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Jessie Ambrose Pelham
City: Not Stated
County: Holmes
State: Florida
Birthplace: Alabama
Birth Date: 29 May 1892
Race: Caucasian (White)
Roll: 1556858 
Pelham, Jesse Ambrose (I805)
 
328 WWI Draft Registratration Cards, 1917-1918 ancestry.com
Name: Thomas Jefferson Underwood
City: Not Stated
County: Holmes
State: Florida
Birth Date: 21 Jul 1878
Race: White
Roll: 1556858 
Underwood, Thomas Jefferson Sr (I813)
 

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