Person:James Baughn (3)

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James Brice Baughn
b.17 May 1826 Fayette County, Ohio
m. bef 1855
  1. Roscoe Irvin Baughn1879 - aft 1920
  2. Noah S. Baughn1884 -
  3. Ray Stanley Baughn1884 - 1979
m. 13 Sep 1855
  1. Emmett Meredith Baughn1856 - 1940
  2. Vantetia Arista Baughn1859 - 1945
  3. Cordell Webster Baughn1862 - 1950
  4. Charles Grant Baughn1865 - 1953
  5. James B. [Brice?] McPheron Baughn1867 - 1941
  6. Andrew G. Baughn1870 - 1873
  7. Hattie J. Baughn1872 - 1873
m. aft Mar 1884
Facts and Events
Name James Brice Baughn
Gender Male
Birth[3] 17 May 1826 Fayette County, Ohio
Marriage bef 1855 Greene County?, Indianato Hannah M. Herrick
Marriage 13 Sep 1855 Greene County, Indianato Mary H. Gastineau
Marriage aft Mar 1884 Greene County, Indianato Martha L. Simpson
Death[3] 19 Jan 1909 Stoddard County, Missouri
Burial[3] Smith-Stevenson Cemetery, Stoddard, Missouri, United States

Pawnee County, Nebraska, 1870 census:S1

Baughn, J. B. [m] 44 yrs Farmer (real estate=$10,000; personal estate=$1,570) b. Iowa
      M. M. [f] 39 yrs Keeps House b. Iowa
      Emmet 14 yrs Farmer b. Iowa
      O. V. [m] 11 yrs Goes to School b. Iowa
      C. W. [m] 8 yrs Goes to School b. Iowa
      C. G. [m] 5 yrs Goes to School b. Nebraska
      J. B. [m] 3 yrs b. Nebraska
      A. G. [m] 4/12 yr [Apr 1870] b. Nebraska

Stoddard County, Missouri, 1900 census:S2

Baughn, James Head b. May 1826 (74 yrs) (marr. 12 yrs) b. Ohio (parents, b. Ohio)
      Martha L. Wife b. Feb 1859 (41 yrs) (9 child, 6 liv) b. North Carolina (parents, b. North Carolina)
      Irvin R. Son b. Dec 1879 (20 yrs) b. Nebraska (parents, b. Ohio & Indiana)
      Noah S. Son b. Feb 1884 (16 yrs) b. Nebraska (parents, b. Ohio & Indiana)
      Flosa P. Dau b. Jul 1889 (10 yrs) b. Nebraska (parents, b. Ohio & Indiana)
      George R. Son b. Nov 1891 (8 yrs) b. Indiana (parents, b. Ohio & Indiana)
      Charley B. Son b. Nov 1894 (5 yrs) b. Indiana (parents, b. Ohio & Indiana)
West, Willie ("son of John A. West") b. Nov 1882 (17 yrs) b. Indiana (parents, b.Indiana)
References
  1.   Pawnee County, Nebraska. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 48, house/family 116/132.
  2.   Stoddard County, Missouri. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, ED 125, p. 4A, house/family 65/65.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Grave marker, Smith-Stevenson Cemetery, Stoddard, Missouri, United States.