Person:John Brammell (7)

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John W. BRAMMELL
m. 15 Nov 1827
  1. Cordelia BRAMMELL1828 -
  2. John W. BRAMMELL1830 - 1905
  3. Henry BRAMMELL1832 -
  4. Richard BRAMMELL1834 - 1837
  5. William BRAMMELL1837 -
  6. Thomas BRAMMELL1840 - 1876
  7. Catherine Emily Brammell1843 - 1911
  8. Charles Newton BRAMMELL1847 - 1906
m. 20 AUG 1857
  1. Alicia BRAMMELLAbt 1858 -
  2. Ella BRAMMELLAbt 1859 -
  3. John B. BRAMMELLAbt 1861 -
  4. Louis H. BRAMMELL1862 -
  5. Anna BRAMMELL1863 - 1868
  6. Emma BRAMMELLAbt 1864 -
  7. Thomas J. BRAMMELL1866 -
  8. Eva BRAMMELLAbt 1870 -
  9. Adeline Brammell1875 -
  10. Edward BRAMMELL1878 -
  11. Scott BRAMMELL1882 -
  12. Obediah BRAMMELL1885 -
  13. Harriett BRAMMELL1887 -
  14. Lena H. Brammell1890 -
Facts and Events
Name John W. BRAMMELL
Gender Male
Birth[1] 8 OCT 1830 Lincoln Co, Missouri
Marriage 20 AUG 1857 Pike Co, Illinoisto Mary Jane CARTER
Census[4] 1860 Pike Co, Illinois
Census? 1870 Pleasant Vale Twp., Pike Co,Illinois
Census[6] 1880 Pleasant Vale Twp., Pike Co,Illinois
Census? 1900 Pleasant Vale Twp., Pike Co, Illinois
Occupation[2] Farmer and "a large contractor of public works"
Death[1][2] 5 SEP 1905 Rockport, Pike, Illinois
Burial[3] Morey Cemetery, Pleasant Vale Twp., Pike Co, IL


1. Had 14 children. At time of death, 9 of his children are still alive, and 1 sister. 2. Resided in Pike Co, IL for more than half a century, came to Rockport with his parents in 1834, from Lincoln Co., Misouri. 3. Listed as a Supervisor, Pleasant Vale, in 1876. (p.318) 4. 5. Spelling of name "Bramble" in 1870, "Brammell" in 1880 Census. There is some reason to believe that "Bramble" was the original form of the name and succeeding generations preferred "Brammell". 6. Went out to California in 1852 but returned to Pike County. (Gold fever?)

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Source (499).
  2. 2.0 2.1 Source (252).
  3. Source (76).
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    page 850, line 7.

  5.   Source (260). (SIN 36. History of Pike County, Illinois, 1880, Chas. C. Chapman & Co., Chicago, 977.345 / D3p, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, Film #0873830, Item #1. Excerpt transcribed by HSB. (Includes notes on S.P. Shewe, Martin Shewe, Leona Dunbar, Caroline Atkinson, Sarah Baughman)).
  6. p. 20