IMBODEN FAMILY GENERATION 4

By Marvin L. Imboden July 2007

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82. GEORGE (1820)4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Staunton, Augusta Co, VA March 29, 1820.734  George died November 15, 1902 in Grove Dale, Maries Co, MO, at age 82.735  His body was interred November 17, 1902 in Grove Dale cemetery at Grove Dale, Maries Co., Missouri. 

He married ELIZABETH ANN HUGHES
March 20, 1845 in Washington Co, MO.736  Betsy was born August 4, 1825 in Washington Co, MO.737  Betsy died January 11, 1903 in Grove Dale, Maries Co, MO, at age 77.738  Her body was interred January 13, 1903 in Grove Dale cemetery at Grove Dale, Maries Co., Missouri.739  She was listed as George (1820) Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, in Maries Co, MO.740 

In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, George was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Maries Co, MO.741 

After George and Elizabeth were married, they rented a farm near Kaolin, Iron Co. Missouri where their two oldest sons were born. They then moved to Grove Dale, Maries Co. Missouri where they purchased a farm.  They remained here until their deaths.  According to the article by Mr. Lucas in the Bellevue book, George had a 10th child which was male. This child must have died in infancy since he can not be found in the census soundex lists.  The name of George’s wife  appears to be Lina in the 1900 soundex but shows the same birth year.  It is possible this was another nickname and may have been Liza.

George (1820) Imboden and Elizabeth Ann Hughes had the following children:

242 i. JAMES WILLIAM5 was born January 6, 1846

243 ii. JOHN H. was born April 21, 1847

244 iii. THOMAS V. was born February 14, 1849

245 iv. GEORGE W. was born June 14, 1851

246 v. JOSEPH S. was born March 22, 1853

247 vi. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was born September 1, 1856

248 vii. COLUMBUS ALEXANDER was born September 5, 1858

249 viii. ELIZABETH ANN was born November 8, 1860

250 ix. ALBERTIN was born April 28, 1863  

85. JOHN GORDON4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Washington Co, MO March 27, 1825.742  John died after May 1880 in Washington Co, MO, at age unknown. 

He married MARY E. PETTY
circa 1857 in Washington Co, MO.743  Mary was born May 18, 1838 in Washington Co, MO.744  Mary died December 9, 1910 in Washington Co, MO, at age 72.745  Her body was interred December 12, 1910 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.746  She was listed as John Gordon Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.747 

In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, John was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.748 

From the Bellevue book, in the 1840's, John made a trip from Washington County to Salt Lake City, Utah, with the Mormons and helped drive a herd of sheep which they had purchased in Missouri.  Two of John’s children, Girtie and Birdie were twins.

John Gordon Imboden and Mary E. Petty had the following children:

i. SARAH5  was born in Washington Co, MO July 5, 1858.749  Sarah died December 10, 1860 in Washington Co, MO, at age 2.750  Her body was interred December 1860 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.751

ii. ARABELLA was born in Washington Co, MO June 10, 1860.752  Arabella died April 25, 1884 in Washington Co, MO, at age 23.753  Her body was interred April 28, 1884 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.754  She was listed as John Gordon Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.755

iii. NORA P. was born in Washington Co, MO January 26, 1862.756  Nora died July 5, 1863 in Washington Co, MO, at age 1.757  Her body was interred July 1863 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.758

iv. ISABELLA was born in Washington Co, MO November 11, 1863.759  Isabella died at age unknown.  She was listed as John Gordon Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.760

255 v. JOHN GORDON was born January 16, 1866

vi. EMMA was born in Washington Co, MO October 15, 1867.761  Emma died March 2, 1949 in Washington Co, MO, at age 81.762  Her body was interred March 5, 1949 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.763  She married William Thompson circa 1897 in Washington Co, MO.764  William was born circa 1865 in Washington Co, MO.765  William died at age unknown. 

She was listed as John Gordon Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.766

vii. HENRY H. was born in Washington Co, MO November 28, 1869.767  Henry died August 21, 1871 in Washington Co, MO, at age 1.768  His body was interred August 24, 1871 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.769

viii. BENJAMIN QUINTON was born in Washington Co, MO October 22, 1871.770  Benjamin died at age unknown.  Benjamin was listed as John Gordon Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.771

ix. STELLA S. was born in Washington Co, MO November 17, 1873.772  Stella died at age unknown.  She was listed as John Gordon Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.773 

The Bellevue book shows the name Catherine Stella but the Imboden Family Bible shows her name as Stella S.  It appears Catherine may have been a nickname.

x. WILLIAM M. was born in Washington Co, MO August 1, 1875.774  William died August 8, 1875 in Washington Co, MO, at age unknown.775  His body was interred August 11, 1875 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.776

xi. ANDREW J. was born in Washington Co, MO September 23, 1878.777  Andrew died at age unknown.  Andrew was listed as John Gordon Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.778

xii. GIRTIE was born in Washington Co, MO March 23, 1879.779  Girtie died at age unknown.  She was listed as John Gordon Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.780

xiii. BIRDIE M. was born in Washington Co, MO March 23, 1879.781  Birtie died October 3, 1879 in Washington Co, MO, at age unknown.782  Her body was interred October 6, 1879 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.783

xiv. Baxter L. was born in Washington Co, MO August 12, 1882.784

87. WILLIAM4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Washington Co, MO January 17, 1829.785  William died April 2, 1907 in Washington Co, MO, at age 78.786  His body was interred April 4, 1907 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO. 

He married MARGARITE MARY SHELTON
circa 1856 in MO.787  Margarite was born April 21, 1834 in VA.788  Margarite died January 6, 1904 in Washington Co, MO, at age 69.789  Her body was interred January 9, 1904 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.790  She was listed as William Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.791 

In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, William was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.792

William Imboden and Margarite Mary Shelton had the following children:

i. RUFUS (1860)5 was born in Washington Co, MO October 27, 1859.793  Rufus died December 5, 1897 in Washington Co, MO, at age 38.794  His body was interred December 8, 1897 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.795  He married Sallie (1861) (Imboden) circa 1881 in MO.796  Sallie was born June 1861 in St Louis Co, MO.797  Sallie died 1948 in New Madrid Co, MO, at age 87.798  She was listed as an unknown person's daughter in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in St Louis Co, MO.799 

Sallie was enumerated in the 1900 census as the daughter of Betha A Ne-----. It appears she was a wife and the wife of Rufus who died in 1897 making her a widow.

Rufus was listed as William Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.800

ii. SARAH (1861) was born in Washington Co, MO 1861.801  Sarah died at age unknown.  She was listed as William Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.802

267 iii. EMMETT (1864) was born in 1864

iv. UNNAMED INFANT was born in Washington Co, MO 1865.803  Unnamed died 1865 in Washington Co, MO, at age unknown.804  Her body was interred 1865 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.805 

According to the Bellevue article, this infant died at age 3 weeks.

v. MARTHA ANN was born in Washington Co, MO November 29, 1866.806  Martha died January 26, 1872 in Washington Co, MO, at age 5.807  Her body was interred January 28, 1872 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.808

270 vi. IDA JANE was born July 11, 1870.

vii. SAMUEL was born in Washington Co, MO January 5, 1873.809  Samuel died August 12, 1874 in Washington Co, MO, at age 1.810  His body was interred August 15, 1874 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.811

viii. JOHN (1875) was born in Washington Co, MO circa 1875.812  John died circa 1893 in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO, at age unknown.813  John was listed as William Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.814 

The Bellevue article says John died in early manhood.

ix. ERNIE was born in Washington Co, MO circa 1877.815  Ernie died before 1880 in Washington Co, MO, at age unknown.816 

Ernie does not appear in the 1880 soundex and it is assumed he died before the census was taken.

88. MARRIAH JANE4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Washington Co, MO February 18, 1831.817  Marriah died October 26, 1910 in Washington Co, MO, at age 79.818  Her body was interred October 28, 1910 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO. 

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Mariah Jane
From the Bellevue book.

She married WILLIAM S. WIATT circa 1851 in Washington Co, MO.819  Buck was born December 23, 1818 in Washington Co, MO.820  Buck died July 28, 1906 in Washington Co, MO, at age 87.821  His body was interred August 1906 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.822

Marriah Jane Imboden and William S. Wiatt had the following children:

i. MARY E.5 was born in Washington Co, MO October 18, 1852.823  Molly died December 24, 1882 in Washington Co, MO, at age 30.824  Her body was interred December 26, 1882 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.825  She married Francis C. Townsend circa 1872 in Washington Co, MO.826  Frank was born circa 1850 in Washington Co, MO.827

ii. AUGUSTUS G. was born in Washington Co, MO October 8, 1854.828  Bud died August 22, 1880 in Washington Co, MO, at age 25.829  He died of typhoid fever.  His body was interred August 24, 1880 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.830

iii. SALLY was born in Washington Co, MO circa 1858.831  Sally died at age unknown.  She married Sam Reyburn circa 1876 in Washington Co, MO.832  Sam was born circa 1856 in Washington Co, MO.833  Sam died at age unknown.

iv. JOHN was born in Washington Co, MO circa 1862.834  John died at age unknown.

v. EDWARD ANDREW was born in Washington Co, MO 1865.835  Andy died 1928 in Washington Co, MO, at age 63.836  His body was interred 1928 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.837

vi. MINNIE B. was born in Washington Co, MO June 17, 1872.838  Minnie died March 23, 1947 in Washington Co, MO, at age 74.839  Her body was interred March 26, 1947 in Methodist cemetery in Caladonia MO..840  She married Dabney C. Shelton circa 1891 in Washington Co, MO.841  Dabney was born circa 1871 in Washington Co, MO.842  His body was interred date unknown in Methodist cemetery in Caladonia MO..843

90. THOMAS D.4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Washington Co, MO August 13, 1836.844  Thomas died November 4, 1921 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO, at age 85.845 

He married ELIZA PATTERSON
circa 1867 in Washington Co, MO.846  Eliza was born July 10, 1846 in Washington Co, MO.847  Eliza died July 26, 1896 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO, at age 50.848  She was listed as Thomas D. Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.849 

In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, Thomas was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.850 

Thomas's wife and three children died in 1896, two of the children on the same day. Mr. Lucas, writer of the article in the Bellevue book believes they may have died of typhoid fever.

Mr. Lucas makes no mention of John, Thomas's oldest son.  John is shown in the 1880 Soundex as living with his family.  The 1900 Soundex lists a John Imboden in the "state lunatic asylum No. 1" age 31 born in 1869. The only family in Missouri this John could fit in is that of Thomas Imboden.  The age and year born is also very close.  His daughter Lula was enumerated with her grandfather Robert Patterson in the 1900 soundex.

There is another possibility here.  This is information sent to me by Ingrid.  This is an item in THE SALEM DAILY NEWS, (Salem, OH) October 17, 1896.  PROBABLY KILLED HIS FAMILY MORE CRIMES SUSPECTED OF THE MISSOURI TRIPLE MURDERER, Piedmont, MO. Oct. 17 - It is believed that the killing of his sister, his brother and old man Wilhelm by an ax in the hands of John Imboden, in Reynolds county, is but the sequel to the sudden deaths last May of Imboden's wife and two small children, all of whom died with a week and whom it is now thought, Imboden poisoned. The prisoner is closely guarded in the Reynolds County Jail at Centerville.  Imboden is a prominent farmer.

Thomas was enumerated in the 1920 in Reynolds Co, MO as the father-in-law of Robert L. Ratliff.

Thomas D. Imboden and Eliza Patterson had the following children:

i. JOHN (1871)5 was born in Randolph Co, MO circa 1871.851  John died at age unknown.  John was listed as Thomas D. Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.852  John is listed in the 1900 Federal soundex census as an inmate in "State Lunatic Asylum No. 1" Fulton Co, MO..853 

The 1900 soundex lists a John Imboden born MO. 1869 as a resident of the "State Lunatic Asylum No. 1."  It appears this is the same John. The Bellevue article does not list John as a child of Thomas D. but the 1880 census does. John must have been hospitalized very young and forgotten about or shunned by family decedents.

ii. SALLIE was born in Randolph Co, MO February 20, 1874.854  Sallie died September 9, 1896 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO, at age 22.855  Her body was interred September 12, 1896 in Imboden cemetery on Highway 106, Ellington, MO..856  She was listed as Thomas D. Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.857

iii. LUCY (1876)858 was born in Randolph Co, MO 1876.859  Lucy died at age unknown.  She married Tom Sloan circa 1895 in Randolph Co, MO.860  Tom was born circa 1875 in Randolph Co, MO.861  Tom died at age unknown. 

She was listed as Thomas D. Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.862

iv. LULA P. was born in Randolph Co, MO October 1879.863  Lula died circa 1965 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO, at age unknown.864  Her body was interred circa 1965 in Imboden cemetery on Highway 106, Ellington, MO..865  She married Robert L. Ratliff circa 1897 in Randolph Co, MO.866  Robert was born circa 1877 in Randolph Co, MO.867  Robert died at age unknown. 

She was listed as Thomas D. Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.868  She was listed as an unknown person's granddaughter in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in Holt Co, MO.869 

Lula was enumerated with her grandfather Robert Patterson in the 1900 soundex census.

v. LAURA G. was born in Randolph Co, MO April 25, 1881.870  Laura died October 14, 1896 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO, at age 15.871  Her body was interred October 17, 1896 in Imboden cemetery on Highway 106, Ellington, MO..872

vi. JAMES E. was born in Randolph Co, MO March 20, 1887.873  James died October 14, 1896 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO, at age 9.874  His body was interred OCTOBER 17, 1896 in Imboden cemetery on Highway 106, Ellington, MO..875

91. MARY MARGARET4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Washington Co, MO September 13, 1839.876  Mary died February 7, 1923 in Washington Co, MO, at age 83.877  Her body was interred February 9, 1923 in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO. 

She married twice.  She married JAMES T. NEELY 1861 in Washington Co, MO.878  James was born circa 1838 in Washington Co, MO.879  James died 1863 in Washington Co, MO, at age 25.880 

James and Mary had one child who died in infancy.

She married PHILIP LUCAS August 19, 1864 in Washington Co, MO.881  Philip was born April 12, 1824 in Montgomery Co, VA.882  He married Elizabeth Dobbs November 25, 1843 in Montgomery Co, VA.883  Philip died December 31, 1897 in Washington Co, MO, at age 73.884 

Ralph Weeks Lucas is the great grandson of Philip Lucas.  Ralph wrote the article in the Bellevue book from which I obtained a lot of information on the Imboden family.

Mary Margaret Imboden and James T. Neely had the following child:

i. NFN5 was born in Washington Co, MO 1862.885  NFN died 1862 in Washington Co, MO, at age unknown.886

Mary Margaret Imboden and Philip Lucas had the following children:

ii. CHARLES WILLIAM was born in Iron Co, MO July 20, 1867.887  CW died November 15, 1928 at age 61.888

iii. JOHN THOMAS was born in Iron Co, MO May 9, 1869.889  JT died February 28, 1956 at age 86.890

iv. ADA was born in Iron Co, MO September 15, 1871.891  Ada died December 28, 1960 at age 89.892

v. MINNIE was born in Iron Co, MO January 27, 1874.893  Minnie died November 3, 1886 at age 12.894                 Minnie died from typhoid fever.

vi. DORA was born in Iron Co, MO July 8, 1876.895  Dora died January 18, 1967 at age 90.896

92. MARY M.4 IMBODEN (Jacob (1787)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1)897 was born in Near Staunton, Augusta Co, VA circa 1814.  Mary died at age unknown. 

She married COL. FRANK LEAS circa 1833 in Washington Co, MO.  Col. was born circa 1812 in Washington Co, MO.  (Additional notes for Col. Frank Leas 898)  Col. died at age unknown.  Col. was employed date unknown.

Mary M. Imboden and Col. Frank Leas had the following child:

292 i. MARY CHAPMAN5 was born circa 1833

104. DABNEY SAMUEL4 IMBODEN (Samuel3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Washington Co, MO April 27, 1834.899  Dabney died April 21, 1926 in Washington Co, MO, at age 91.900  His body was interred unknown in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.901 

He married ELIZABETH [IMBODEN]
circa 1852 in Washington Co, MO.902  Malvina was born April 1832 in TN.903  Malvina died circa 1903 in Washington Co, MO, at age unknown.904  Her body was interred unknown in Bellevue Presbyterian cemetery Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.905  She was listed as Dabney Samuel Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal soundex Census, in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.906  She was listed as Dabney Samuel Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal soundex Census, in Washington Co, MO.907 

The Bellevue article shows Elizabeth’s name as Malvina.

In the 1880 Federal soundex Census, Dabney was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.908  In the 1900 Federal soundex Census, Dabney was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Washington Co, MO.909  Dabney was listed as a father in an unknown person's household on the 1920 Census in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.  Dabney was listed as a father in William D. Imboden's household on the 1920 Census in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO. 

From the Bellevue article by Ruth McFarland-Bean, "Having sold the Cedar Creek farm, Dabney and son William bought the old "Baker property" at Alum Cave community where Dabney died. His wife Malvina preceded him in death in 1903.  Both Dabney and his wife are buried in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery in Caladonia, MO.  William and wife Lena, Dewey and wife Hattie, lived at Alum Cave until 1930 when Claude McFarland and wife Lula bought the farm.  William had a new home built in Bismarck and lived there his remaining years.  When Phillip and Molly lived on a part of the Cedar Creek farm it was known as "The Sugar Camp," a number of sugar maples were tapped for the making of maple sugar. Phillip and Molly later moved to Bismarck and at one time ran "The Old Hotel."  In later years they lived in Granite City, Illinois where the men of the family worked at the Rolling Mills there.  After Mollie's death Phillip made his home with his daughter Lula and family at Alum Cave, where he died.

"Aunt Jenny" Imboden Sutherland and husband, Walter, moved from Bismarck to Madison, Illinois where they spent most of their lives. Jenny later returned to Bismarck and lived near her brother, Bill.  The earlier Imbodens are buried in the Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, but Dabney's children are buried at The Odd Fellows Cemetery at Bismarck.  Samuel was my (Ruth McFarland-Bean, author of this article) great, great grandfather and Dabney was my great grandfather. Phillip was my grandfather.

A niece, Jennie Jones, was enumerated with Dabney in the 1880 census and another niece, Mary Taylor, was enumerated in the 1900 census.

Dabney was enumerated in the 1920 census at age 85 living with his son William D. Imboden.

Dabney Samuel Imboden and Elizabeth [Imboden] had the following children:

293 i. MARY J.5 was born 1863

294 ii. PHILLIP CHARLES was born February 1864

iii. DAVID (1869) was born in Washington Co, MO circa 1869.910  David died before 1900 in Bismarck, St Francis Co, MO, at age unknown.911  His body was interred date unknown in Odd Fellows cemetery, Bismarck, MO.912  David was listed as Dabney Samuel Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.913 

The Bellevue article indicates David died early but does not give a date.  He is not in the 1900 census.

296 iv. WILLIAM D. was born July 1874

108. JOHN H.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1)914 was born in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO May 17, 1818.915  John died October 1, 1861 in Randolph Co, AR, at age 43.916  His body was interred October 3, 1861 in Black Cemetery which is 1 mile north of Blacks Ferry Road and 1/4 mile east of Eleven Point River in Randolph County Arkansas..917 

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John Imboden
From Lawrence County Historical Quarterly Vol. 5 No. 1.

He married MARGURITE S. BLACK May 7, 1845 in Randolph Co, AR.918  Margurite was born 1826 in Lawrence Co, AR.919  Margurite was the daughter of William Black.  Margurite died after 1870 at age unknown.920  She was listed as a household member of John H. Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 in Randolph Co, AR.921  She was listed as a household member of John H. Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 in Randolph Co, AR.922  In the Census of 1870, Margurite was listed as a head of household in Randolph Co, AR.923 

In the Census of 1850, John was listed as a head of household in Randolph Co, AR.924  In the Census of 1860, John was listed as a head of household in Randolph Co, AR.925 

John’s father-in-law, William Black, came to Randolph county from Kentucky with his father in 1815 and they settled on the Black farm on Eleven Point River.

According to Goodspeed, John was elected sheriff of Randolph County from 1842 to 1844.  The Imboden Centennial shows John had only five children but the census records for 1850 and 1860 indicate there were two other children, Mary E. and Birdie, for a total of seven.  The centennial article is for the most part accurate but I have found several other discrepancies.

The 1850 census shows John as a farmer with a real estate value of $2,400. The 1860 census shows a real estate value of $12,000 and a personal estate value of $900. John had died by 1870 and his wife is listed with a personal value of only $500.

John H. Imboden and Margurite S. Black had the following children:

i. MARY E.5 was born in Lawrence Co, AR circa 1845.926  She was listed as a household member of John H. Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 in Randolph Co, AR.927 

The 1850 census lists Mary as a child of John.  I have found no other record of this child. It is possible she died shortly after this census.

298 ii. LUTHER S. was born circa 1848

iii. BLANCH was born in Randolph Co, AR 1850.928  Blanch died at age unknown.  She married John D. Brown March 25, 1875 in Randolph Co, AR.929  John was born circa 1849.  John died at age unknown. 

Attempts to find John in the census lists proved to be impossible.  Half of the men in the US must have been named John Brown.

She was listed as a household member of John H. Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 in Randolph Co, AR.930  She was listed as a household member of Margurite S. Black's house in the Census of 1870 in Randolph Co, AR.931

iv. LUCY was born in Randolph Co, AR circa 1852.932  Lucy died at age unknown.  She married William H. Means February 11, 1875 in Randolph Co, AR.933  William was born circa 1851.  William died at age unknown. 

I was unable to locate William in any of the Arkansas census lists.  It is possible they moved to another state.

She was listed as a household member of John H. Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 in Randolph Co, AR.934  She was listed as a household member of Margurite S. Black's house in the Census of 1870 in Randolph Co, AR.935

v. BIRDIE was born in Randolph Co, AR 1856.936  Birdie died November 16, 1873 in Randolph Co, AR, at age 17.937  Her body was interred November 19, 1873 in Black Cemetery which is 1 mile north of Blacks Ferry Road and 1/4 mile east of Eleven Point River in Randolph County Arkansas..938  She was listed as a household member of John H. Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 in Randolph Co, AR.939  She was listed as a household member of Margurite S. Black's house in the Census of 1870 in Randolph Co, AR.940

vi. PATRICK H. was born in Randolph Co, AR August 29, 1858.941  Patrick died July 24, 1888 in Randolph Co, AR, at age 29.942  His body was interred July 26, 1888 in Masonic cemetery in Pocahontas, Randolph County, AR..943  He married J. H. [Imboden] circa 1881 in Lawrence Co, AR.944  J. was born March 15, 1861.945  J. died October 1, 1899 in Randolph Co, AR, at age 38.946  Her body was interred October 4, 1899 in Masonic cemetery in Pocahontas, Randolph County, AR..947 

He was listed as a household member of John H. Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 in Randolph Co, AR.948  He was listed as a household member of Margurite S. Black's house in the Census of 1870 in Randolph Co, AR.949 

Patrick was accidentally shot and killed while bird hunting in Randolph county west of Pocahontas.  The Imboden Arkansas Centennial article makes no mention of Patrick having married but the book on Randolph county cemeteries lists a J. H. Imboden, wife of P. H. Imboden.  It is almost a certainty that P. H. is Patrick H. in which case it appears he was married. Patrick is shown a dying in 1888 but the 1880 census does not list any Imbodens in Arkansas except for freed slaves who adopted this name.

vii. JOHN (1860) was born in Randolph Co, AR circa 1860.950  John died circa 1875 in Pocahontas, Randolph Co, AR, at age unknown.951  He was listed as a household member of Margurite S. Black's house in the Census of 1870 in Randolph Co, AR.952 

John was never married and was severely injured in the machinery of the cotton gin in Pocahontas and later died of these injuries.

109. ANDREW H.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1)953 was born in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO circa 1820.954  Andrew died March 15, 1855 in Powhatan, Lawrence Co, AR, at age 34.955 

He married LUCINDA EMILINE FICKLIN
1848 in Lawrence Co, AR.956  Emiline was born circa 1830 in MO.957  Emiline was the daughter of John A. Ficklin.  She married William B. Baird before 1860 in Lawrence Co, AR.958  Emiline died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Andrew H. Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.959  She was listed as a household member of William B. Baird's house in the Census of 1860 in Lawrence Co, AR.960 

In the Census of 1850, Andrew was listed as a head of household in Lawrence Co, AR.961 

From the Arkansas Gazette of March 21, 1930, under the head-lines of "75 Years Ago," gives the following item: "March the 21, 1855, died at his home in the town of Powhatan, Lawrence County on the 15th, Capt. Andrew H. Imboden, in his 32nd year of age."

Andrews will was dated March 6, 1855 and he died on the 15th.  It appears he may have been sick or injured and knew he would not survive.

From the centennial publication, "Andrew distinguished himself as Captain in the Mexican War." He enrolled for the Mexican War June 18, 1846 in Smithville, AR. as a 1st Lt. He served in Co. C Ark Batt Inf & Marine and was elected Captain January 12, 1847.

According to the Centennial article Andrew was an attorney in Powhatan and was elected to the state legislature from this county in 1852. If he was, it must have been to complete the term of another legislator because his name does not appear in any of the state registers. The 1850 census shows Andrew was a merchant.

After his death, Lucinda was remarried to William B. Baird.  The Centennial article indicates William was a Presbyterian minister who came from Kentucky but the 1860 census lists him as a merchant.  They lived in Powhatan many years.

Andrews’s wife and Mary Elizabeth Ficklin, wife of Benjamin F. were sisters. Mary and another sister, Martha, were living with Andrew in 1850.

Martha Ficklin married John A. Lindsay and they were appointed guardians of Andrews’s daughter, Martha, after Andrew died and before his wife was remarried to Mr. Baird. Apparently a single woman could not retain custody of a child in Arkansas.

Andrew H. Imboden and Lucinda Emiline Ficklin had the following child:

304 i. MARTHA5 was born circa 1855

110. MARGARET E.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO circa 1823.962  Margaret died circa October 1854 in Lawrence Co, AR, at age 31.963 

She married WILLIAM S. SMITH
circa 1839 in Lawrence Co, AR.964  William was born circa 1812 in KY.965  William died at age unknown.  In the Census of 1850, William was listed as a head of household in Lawrence Co, AR.966  William was employed as a Blacksmith in 1850, in Lawrence Co, AR.967 

She was listed as a household member of William S. Smith's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.968

Margaret E. Imboden and William S. Smith had the following children:

i. WATSON L.5 was born in Lawrence Co, AR circa 1840.969  Watson died at age unknown.  He was listed as a household member of William S. Smith's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.970

ii. EMMA B. was born in Lawrence Co, AR circa 1842.971  Emma died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of William S. Smith's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.972

iii. BENJAMIN ROBERT was born in Lawrence Co, AR circa 1843.973  Benjamin died at age unknown.  He was listed as a household member of William S. Smith's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.974

iv. SARAH W. was born in Lawrence Co, AR circa 1846.975  Sarah died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of William S. Smith's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.976

v. WILLIAM F. Smith was born in Lawrence Co, AR circa April 1850.977  William died at age unknown.  He was listed as a household member of William S. Smith's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.978

111. JANE T.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1)979 was born in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO April 8, 1824.980  Jane died December 30, 1896 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR, at age 72.981 

She married twice.  She married JOHN T. BRIDGES November 11, 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.982  John was born circa 1823 in Lawrence Co, AR.983  John was the son of John Bridges and Cyntha Spivey.  John died circa 1858 in Lawrence Co, AR, at age unknown.984  In the Census of 1850 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Lawrence Co, AR.985 

According to the article by Mrs. Poindexter, John moved to Lawrence county with his parents from Missouri as a small boy.  John and Jane settled on a farm on Spring River a few mile below here (Imboden, AR).  She shows John Bridges died in 1854 but the 1870 Census shows his son, George Bridges born in 1856 and his daughter, Johnnie Bridges born in 1858.   It appears this article was written from someone’s memory which was off a few years. John had died by 1970 and his wife is listed in this census as Jane Ferguson.

John Bridges enrolled in the Mexican War as a sergeant June 18, 1846 in Smithville, AK and served in Co. C Ark. Batt Inf & MR.  He is shown in the 1850 census as a farmer.

She married WILLIAM F. FERGUSON
January 21, 1863 in Randolph Co, AR.986  William was born circa 1823.987  William died June 1865 in Near Williford, Sharp Co, AR, at age 41.988 

She was listed as a household member of Benjamin Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.989  In the Census of 1870, Jane was listed as a head of household in Randolph Co, AR.990 

From the Centennial article, Jane Imboden married John T. Bridges, who came with his parents from Missouri, to this county when a small boy. They settled on a farm on Spring River a few miles below here (Imboden, AR), where two children were born, George W. and Johnnie.  Mr. Bridges died in 1854 and a few years later Mrs. Bridges married Wm. F. Furguson, a Captain in the Civil war, who owned a river farm two mile above Williford. Mr. Furguson died in 1865, soon after he returned from the war.  Their only child was Willie, who married Wayman Phillips......

In 1867, Mrs. Bridges returned to the Bridges farm where she lived many years. Later, she came to Imboden, where she died in 1896, age 72.

The 1870 census lists Jane with a real estate value of $3,000. and personal estate value of $1,000.

Jane T. Imboden and John T. Bridges had the following children:

i. JANE (1852)5 was born in Lawrence Co, AR 1852.991  Jane died 1852 in Lawrence Co, AR, at age unknown.992  Her body was interred 1852 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.993

ii. JAY was born in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR 1852.994  Jay died 1852 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR, at age unknown.995  His body was interred 1852 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.996

iii. B. E. was born in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR 1854.997  B. died 1857 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR, at age 3.998  His body was interred 1857 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.999

iv. J. F. was born in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR 1854.1000  J. died 1857 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR, at age 3.1001  His body was interred 1857 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.1002

314 v. GEORGE (1856) was born March 3, 1856.

315 vi. SUSAN VIRGINIA (JOHNNIE) was born February 14, 1858.  

Jane T. Imboden and William F. Ferguson had the following children:

i. LIZZIE5 was born in Sharp Co, AR 1853.1003  Lizzie died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Jane T. Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 in Randolph Co, AR.1004 

Each census normally puts children in order by age. Lizzie was not in the proper order and may not actually be a daughter of William Ferguson.  He was married before his marriage to Jane which may have caused Lizzie to be listed differently.

317 ii. WILLIAM (WILLIE) was born circa 1865

113. CATHERINE S.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Lawrence Co, AR circa 1837.1005  Kate died before 1870 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR, at age unknown.1006 

She married GREEN R. JONES
circa 1856 in Lawrence Co, AR.1007  Green was born circa 1823 in Lawrence Co, AR.1008  Green died after 1870 in Pocahontas, Randolph Co, AR, at age unknown.1009  In the Census of 1860, Green was listed as a head of household in Lawrence Co, AR.1010  In the Census of 1870 Federal, Green was listed as a head of household in Randolph Co, AR.1011 

Green and Kate lived near Annieville, AR.  He planted cedars around the property and small cedars up the drive and named the place Evergreen. About 1850, the Walnut Ridge and Smithville roads passed in front of the place.  This would be about midway between Imboden and Walnut Ridge. This was taken from an article written in 1944 which said the place burned down a few years back which must have been in the late 1930's.  At the time of the article, some of the cedars were still growing.

The 1860 census lists Green with a real estate value of $3,000. and a personal real estate value of $5,000.

The 1870 census lists Green as a merchant with a real estate value of $3,000. and a personal real estate value of $10,000.  It lists a woman named Mary age 48 (b.1822) born in Indiana living here, occupation housekeeper.  The Goodspeed indicates Green married a woman named Nancy born 1829 in Nashville, TN some time after the Civil War.  In any event, it appears Catherine died sometime before the 1870 census.

She was listed as a household member of Benjamin Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.1012  She was listed as a household member of Green R. Jones's house in the Census of 1860 in Lawrence Co, AR.1013

Catherine S. Imboden and Green R. Jones had the following children:

318 i. MINNIE B.5 was born 1857

ii. MARY H. was born in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR circa 1858.1014  Kate died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Green R. Jones's house in the Census of 1860 in Lawrence Co, AR.1015  She was listed as a household member of Green R. Jones's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Randolph Co, AR.1016

iii. CHARLES R.1017 was born in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR 1862.1018  Charles died at age unknown.  He was listed as a household member of Green R. Jones's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Randolph Co, AR.1019

321 iv. LUTHER H. was born June 25, 1865

114. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Lawrence Co, AR February 19, 1841.1020  Benjamin died April 5, 1859 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR, at age 18.1021 

He married MARY ELEZABETH FICKLIN December 16, 1857 in Randolph Co, AR.1022  Mary was born circa 1838 in Lawrence Co, AR.1023  Mary was the daughter of John A. Ficklin.  Mary died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Andrew H. Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.1024 

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Mary Elezabeth Ficklin
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Mary was enumerated in the 1850 census in the household of Andrew Imboden. After returning to MO, Mary married two more times.  First to either "Uncle" Charlie Rutledge or his brother, Joseph B. Rutledge.  When this husband died, she then married Thompson Rutledge know as "Uncle Thomp."

He was listed as a household member of Benjamin Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.1025 

Benjamin’s wife, Mary, and Andrews’s wife, Lucinda Emiline Ficklin, were sisters.  The 1850 census shows a Mary and a Martha living with Andrew at the time.  The Loose Probate papers indicate that a John A. Lindsay was married to a Martha Ficklin.  I believe this is the Martha Ficklin he married and that this is the Mary Benjamin married.  Her age also fits.  The Randolph Co. Marriages show that Benjamin married a Mary Elezebeth Henderson.  Mary was apparently previously married for a very short time before she married Benjamin although I could find no record of this marriage.

Benjamin is shown as an heir to part of his father’s estate in the Loose Probate Papers.

By 1866, about seven years after Benjamin’s death, Mary and their son Franklin moved to Maries Co. MO.  The Loose Probate papers show a Joseph Dobbs appointed administrator of John A. Ficklins estate January 2, 1877.  It shows Joseph Dobbs by right of his wife Mary E. Dobbs as an heir to the estate of John A. Ficklin, Mary’s father, and being from Maries Co., Mo.

Benjamin Franklin Imboden and Mary Elezabeth Ficklin had the following child:

322 i. FRANKLIN QUINTON5 was born January 31, 1859 and died November 16, 1921.

115. JOHN DANIEL4 IMBODEN (George (1793)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1)1026 was born in Augusta Co, VA February 16, 1823.1027  John died August 15, 1895 in Damascus, Washington Co, VA, at age 72.1028  His body was interred August 17, 1895 in Hollywood cemetery, Richmond, VA. 

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General John G. Imboden
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Grave site of John.  I don't remember where I found this.  From the list above, number 19 is the site where John is buried.

He married five times. He married ELIZA MCCUE June 26, 1845 in Augusta Co, VA.1029  Eliza was born August 31, 1823 in Augusta Co, VA.1030  Eliza was the daughter of Franklin Mccue and Jane [Mccue].  Eliza died November 23, 1857 in Augusta Co, VA, at age 34.1031  Her body was interred November 1857 in Tinkling Spring, Cemetery.1032  She was listed as a household member of John Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Augusta Co, VA.1033 

It appears Eliza's name may actually be Elizabeth but appears as Eliza in the Virginia Family Bible and in the 1850 census.

He married MARY WILSON MCPHAIL May 12, 1859 in Augusta Co, VA.1034  Mary was born circa 1834 in Charlotte Co, VA.1035  Mary was the daughter of John Blair McPhail.  Mary died September 1, 1865 in Mulbury Hill, Charlotte Co, VA, at age 31.1036  She was listed as a household member of John Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Augusta Co, VA.1037  He married EDNA PORTER October 2, 1866 in Henrico Co, VA.1038  Edna was born circa 1855 in Washington Co, VA.1039  Edna was the daughter of William Porter Commadore.  Edna died March 6, 1870 in Richmond, Henrico Co, VA, at age 44.1040  He married ANNIE HARPER LOCKETT March 15, 1871 in Lombardy Grove, Mecklenburg Co, VA.1041  Annie was born January 7, 1851 in Mecklenburg Co, VA.1042  Annie died 1888 in Richmond, Henrico Co, VA, at age 37.1043  He married FLORANCE JOHNSTON CROCKETT after 1875 in Henrico Co, VA.1044  Florance was born April 1860 in Washington Co, VA.1045  Florance died February 2, 1908 in Bristol, TN ?, at age 47.1046  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, Florance was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Washington Co, VA.1047 

In the Census of 1850 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Augusta Co, VA.1048  In the Census of 1860 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Augusta Co, VA.1049  In the Census of 1870 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Henrico Co, VA.1050 

The 1850 census shows the value of John's real estate at $2,000 and by 1860 it has risen to $10,900 with a personal estate of $12,825 and in 1870, $15,000 and a personal estate of $2,000. From research by T. G. Hobbs, there are many deed records in the name of John D. Imboden in Augusta County records.  He lived in Staunton until the war where he practiced law and was successful in his race for county clerk.  He attended Washington College later known as Washington and Lee and built several buildings in Staunton, one being a law office on what was know as Lawyers Row in 1860.  This date was reported by a Mr. T. C. Elder who was renovating the building in 1950 and uncovered a corner stone with this information.  He was a Grand Master Mason and a member of the Virginia legislature.  John was involved in the rehabilitation of Virginia after the war through development of natural resources, building railroads, pioneering the discovery of coal and the development and financing of coal mining companies.

John left the confederate army as a General after serving in the 18th Virginia Cavalry.  From the Augusta Historical Bulletin 1965-68 Vol. 2; "With President Lincoln's April 15 call for three Virginia regiments to subdue the rebellion and with Governor Letcher's prompt reply that Virginia would supply not one man, the Secession Ordinance was a foregone conclusion.  On secession day, John D. Imboden (a Captain at the time), having alerted Augusta companies by telegraph, brought a special train from Richmond, arriving in Staunton late that afternoon.  In what is described as the most thrilling scene ever enacted in the county, a mammoth throng assembled at the railroad station to send the boys away.  Speeches were delivered by Generals Harman and Harper, prayers were offered, the band played, and the train moved eastward to a supposedly secret destination, which everyone knows to be Harper's Ferry.  In reality, in view of the haste with which the movement was inaugurated, its progress was almost anticlimactic. The train traveled first to Gordonsville, then north by the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, where the young soldiers transferred to cars on the Manassas Gap Railroad for Strasburg.  From that point they marched north to Winchester and then entrained on the Harper's Ferry Railroad.  Finally they arrived at Harper's Ferry at four in the morning of April 19, thirty-six hours after departure.  Long before that, the Union garrison had set fire to the buildings and fled."

"Augusta County of course had its share of rumors and near-panics.  In August 1863 the raid guard rushed to Buffalo Gap and remained three days in the rain, only to learn that it all was a false alarm.  In December the militia regiment marched to Harrisonburg to thwart an invasion that never materialized. But May 1864 really initiated the greatest commotion.  With news that Sigel's Union army was approaching from the north, the VMI Corps marched through here May 12, stopping over-night to be feted at a dance in Staunton. Breckinridge brought his array of troops, and all converged at New Market to rout the invaders May 15.  Contrary to precedent, the frustrated enemy refused to lie quiescent.  Within ten days tidings arrived that a new general, Hunter, was leading the Federals south in the Valley.  Imboden published a valorous appeal for volunteers; the reserve regiment was mobilized; railroad trains brought soldiers from southwest Virginia and Tennessee.  For by June 2, Hunter and his mighty army had occupied Harrisonburg and Imboden with almost a ragtag force was confronting him along North River near Mount Crawford.  By Saturday, June 4 all of General Grumble Jones's three regiments had arrived, and he took command."

"But General Hunter refused to meet his opponents at Mount Crawford and sidled instead east toward Port Republic.  To counter this new approach, Jones marched his infantry back across Middle River to Piedmont, While Imboden's cavalry picketed fords on North River.  When on Sunday morning the Federals began their march south from Port Republic, Imboden and his brother, a colonel (George W. Imboden), blocked the way; and a delaying action was waged from Mount Meridian.  It was not until noon that the Union army was in position at Piedmont, 10,000 soldiers confronting hardly more than 4,000.  Jones selected a fair position, but his troop disposition was faulty; somehow he had detached his cavalry and possessed only infantry to meet the assaults. With breastworks of fence rails, his infantry did drive back three heavy attacks, inflicting serious casualties. In fact, so severe were the counterattacks that Hunter ordered his wagon train turned around preparatory for retreat.  Unfortunately for the Confederates, though, Hunter's left flank commander found a wooded alley to launch an assault on Jones's right flank; and the result was a debacle.  General Grumble Jones was killed, as were Commonwealth Attorney Doyle and several other prominent citizens.  More than a thousand were taken prisoner; and Imboden, with the wreck of an army, retired first to Fishersville and then to Waynesboro and the Blue Ridge Tunnel."

The following from the same Volume is a reflection on noted Generals of the Civil War, "Probably the most interestingly controversial of our generals was John D. Imboden, a highly intelligent but intensely argumentative man.  Born near Waynesboro, he became a lawyer and was involved in almost every civic enterprise here.  He commanded the Staunton Artillery when the war broke out. According to his own story, when at Harper's Ferry he ordered those men of his battery who were willing to volunteer for the duration to step forward on pace, all but three did so, and he placed the three under arrest for insubordination until they saw the light; within ten minutes he could boast that his was the first company so to volunteer. After organizing a cavalry brigade, he was promoted brigadier general.  In late 1864 he was transferred to Georgia to command a prisoner-of-war encampment. He did not return to Staunton but engaged in mining ventures in southwest Virginia.  He was married five times. Shortly before his death he patented a steam motor for propelling streetcars."

John filed six different patents as follows:

Patent   Description Date

162,073  Car-axle box April 13, 1875

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170,374  Railway-car lifter        November 23, 1875

182,673  Car-axle September 26, 1876

184,625  Freight-car November 21, 1876

220,381  Boiler draft accelerator    October 7, 1879

190,046  Steam street-car April 24, 1877

John's son John and daughter Nannie were both enumerated twice in the 1970 census on two different dates.

John Daniel Imboden and Eliza McCue had the following children:

323 i. JANE CRAWFORD5 was born November 28, 1847

ii. ISABELLA (1849) was born in Augusta Co, VA December 6, 1849.1051  Isabella died July 27, 1852 in Augusta Co, VA, at age 2.1052  Her body was interred July 1852 in Tinkling Spring, Cemetery.1053  She was listed as a household member of John Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Augusta Co, VA.1054

iii. MARTHA RUSSELL was born in Augusta Co, VA March 29, 1852.1055  Russie died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of John Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Augusta Co, VA.1056  She was listed as a household member of John Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Henrico Co, VA.1057  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, Russie was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Knox Co, TN.1058 

Martha was living with her sister Jane C. Snyder at the time the 1900 census was taken.

The Virginia Imboden family bible lists Martha as Mattie Russell.  The 1900 census lists her as Martha M. The Wonderlich family lists her as Martha Russell (Russie).

iv. FRANK HOWARD was born in Augusta Co, VA June 21, 1855.1059  Frank died at age unknown.  He was listed as a household member of John Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Augusta Co, VA.1060  He was listed as a household member of John Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Henrico Co, VA.1061

v. GEORGE W. (1857) was born in Augusta Co, VA April 1857.1062  George died December 3, 1862 in Augusta Co, VA, at age 5.1063  His body was interred December 1862 in Tinkling Spring, Cemetery.1064  He was listed as a household member of John Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Augusta Co, VA.1065

John Daniel Imboden and Mary Wilson McPhail had the following children:

328 vi. NANNIE C. was born February 16, 1860

vii. MARY W. was born in Augusta Co, VA November 12, 1861.1066  Mary died April 28, 1862 in Mulbury Hill, Charlotte Co, VA, at age unknown.1067

viii. JOHN D.was born in Augusta Co, VA July 21, 1863.1068  John died 1877 in Augusta Co, VA, at age 13.1069  He was listed as a household member of John Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Henrico Co, VA.1070

John Daniel Imboden and Annie Harper Lockett had the following child:

ix. HELEN MCGUIRE was born in Henrico Co, VA May 5, 1874.1071  Helen died at age unknown.  She married John T. Trout circa 1893 in VA.1072  John was born circa 1873 in Roanoke, Salem Co, VA.1073  John died at age unknown.

120. ELISA CATHERINE4 IMBODEN (George (1793)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Augusta Co, VA May 20, 1833.1074  Elisa died August 6, 1892 in Saltville, Augusta Co, VA, at age 59.1075 

She married JOHN THOMAS GIBSON January 8, 1857 in Augusta Co, VA.1076  John was born November 25, 1831 in Lewis Co, WV.1077  John died July 20, 1862 in VA, at age 30.1078  John was employed as a Teacher in date unknown.

Elisa Catherine Imboden and John Thomas Gibson had the following children:

332 i. GEORGE WILLIAM5 was born October 26, 1857

ii. infant boy Gibson was born March 22, 1860.1079  Infant died March 22, 1860 at age unknown.1080

334 iii. MARIE BELLE was born February 5, 1861

123. FRANCIS MARION4 IMBODEN (George (1793)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Staunton, Augusta Co, VA February 18, 1841.1081  Frank died June 7, 1929 in Roanoke, Washington Co, VA, at age 88.1082  His body was interred June 1929 in East Hill Cemetery, Bristol, Washington Co, VA..1083 

He married NANTIE PALMER
October 20, 1881 in Saltville, Washington Co, VA.1084  Nantie was born March 1850 in Syracuse, NY.1085  The Wunderlich article indicates Nantie was born in Bristol, VA. but the census records indicate she was born in NY.

Nantie died after 1900 in Bristol, Washington Co, VA, at age unknown.1086  Her body was interred date unknown in East Hill Cemetery, Bristol, Washington Co, VA..  She was listed as Francis Marion Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, in Washington Co, VA.1087 

In the Census of 1860 Federal, Frank was listed as a head of household in Augusta Co, VA.1088  He was listed as a household member of John Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Henrico Co, VA.1089  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, Frank was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Washington Co, VA.1090 

From research by Mr. T. G. Hobbs, Frank was educated at V.M.I. in Lexington, Virginia and served as Capt. of H Company of the 18th Virginia Cavalry of the Confederate army during the war of the states.  The 1860 census lists him as a student. He was captured at the battle of Piedmont and was a prisoner of war held at Johnson's Island.  He was later exchanged and freed (Conquest of a Valley, by Marxhall M. Brice, 1965). For about 3 years after the war, Frank was Captain of Richmond Blues, a regiment considered to be Virginia's crack regiment during the war.

The 1870 census shows Frank was a real estate agent but in the early 1800's he and other Virginians, his nephew Frank Howard Imboden, Dr. George Ben Johnson of Richmond, Virginia, Dr. St. John of Bristol, Piulham Blackford of Abingdon, Dr. Gold, about 30 in all, went to Honduras C.A. where Captain Imboden was to build a railroad.  He built the first railroad across the continent and established a water system in Leguciagalpa (?) and other cities there.  He became friends with President Bogram (?) for whose government he was doing this work.  In the revolution against the government, the Americans fought vigorously in the defense of President Bogram (?).  The city was wrecked in the four days Sanchez was in power and much of Captain Imboden's work there demolished.  It was a terrible experience for his wife and children, who had come to live there.  He shipped them home at once and as soon as he could wind up his affairs he also returned.  His nephew, Frank Howard remained to look after his investments there and after his father's death made Honduras his home.

Francis Marion Imboden and Nantie Palmer had the following children:

i. JAMES M.5 was born in Washington Co, VA August 31, 1883.1091  James died at age unknown.  He married Marie M. (Imboden) Circa 1915.1092  Marie was born Circa 1893 in WV.1093  Marie was listed as James M. Imboden's wife on the 1920 Census in Charleston, Ranawha Co, WV. 

James was listed as Francis Marion Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Washington Co, VA.1094  He was listed as an unknown person's lodger in the 1910 Federal Miracode Census in Cook Co, IL.1095  James was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census in Charleston, Ranawha Co, WV.

James was enumerated with Donald Ritchie in the 1910 census and shown as a boarder. I believe the James shown in the 1920 census at age 35 born in VA is this James although the age is off by two years which is not uncommon in a census.

336 ii. ISABELLA WUNDERLICH was born July 31, 1885

iii. CARRIE M. was born in Washington Co, VA May 20, 1887.1096  Carrie died at age unknown.  She was listed as Francis Marion Imboden's daughter in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Washington Co, VA.1097

iv. FRANK MOSHER Jr. was born in Washington Co, VA July 10, 1889.1098  Frank died at age unknown.  Frank was listed as Francis Marion Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Washington Co, VA.1099

v. ANITA C. was born in Washington Co, VA June 18, 1891.1100  Anita died at age unknown.  She was listed as Francis Marion Imboden's daughter in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Washington Co, VA.1101

124. JAMES ADAM4 IMBODEN (George (1793)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Augusta Co, VA August 14, 1843.1102  James died April 1, 1928 in Arlington, Fairfax Co, VA, at age 84.1103  His body was interred April 1928 in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington VA..1104 

He married ELISABETH SHEPHERD SMITH
December 27, 1870 in Augusta Co, VA.1105  Lizzie was born June 1846 in Albemarle, Stanley Co, NC.1106  Lizzie died before 1928 in Clarendon, Nelson Co, VA, at age unknown.1107  Her body was interred April 1928 in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington VA..1108  She was listed as James Adam Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Rockfish, Nelson Co, VA.1109  She was listed as James Adam Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, in Fayette Co, WV.1110 

He was listed as a household member of George (1793) Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Braxton Co, WV.1111  In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, James was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Rockfish, Nelson Co, VA.1112  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, James was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Fayette Co, WV.1113  James was listed as a father-in-law on the 1920 Census in Fayette Co, WV. 

James was a Sergeant-Major in the 18th Virginia Cavalry of the confederate army.  "Major Imboden", as he was called, survived his wife some years. He is buried in the Confederate Circle at the Arlington National Cemetery. His wife was first buried in Fairfax Co. Virginia and after James death, her remains were re-interned in a double grave with her husband.  He was farmer, owning and living on several different farms at different locations in Virginia.

James was enumerated in the 1920 census with his son-in-law Walter H. Abbott at age 76.

James Adam Imboden and Elisabeth Shepherd Smith had the following children:

340 i. MARY BELLE5 was born November 27, 1871

341 ii. GEORGE ROBERT was born May 17, 1873

342 iii. LILLIE CARROLL was born May 1, 1877

iv. JAMES GORDON was born in Nelson Co, VA May 12, 1879.1114  James died at age unknown.  James was listed as James Adam Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Rockfish, Nelson Co, VA.1115  James was listed as James Adam Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Fayette Co, WV.1116

v. FRANK CLIFTON was born in Nelson Co, VA December 5, 1880.1117  Frank died at age unknown.  Frank was listed as James Adam Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Fayette Co, WV.1118

vi. JOHN D. was born in Elk Park, Avery Co, NC October 31, 1882.1119  John died July 18, 1890 in Nelson Co, VA, at age 7.1120

vii. JACOB T. was born in Mendota, Bristol Co, VA April 23, 1884.1121  Jake died at age unknown.  Jake was listed as James Adam Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Fayette Co, WV.1122  Jake was listed as a lodger living with an unknown person's household on the 1920 Census in Ranger, Eastland Co. TX.. 

The 1920 census shows Jacob as a lodger in Ranger TX and also indicates he was born in NC.

viii. SARAH ELIZABETH was born in Mendota, Bristol Co, VA September 17, 1886.1123  Bessie died June 1962 in Washington, DC, at age 75.1124  She was listed as James Adam Imboden's daughter in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Fayette Co, WV.1125 

It appears Sarah may never have married.  If she did, she changed her name back to Imboden after a divorce or her husband’s death.  The social security records show a Sarah Imboden born on this same date as having collected payments.

ix. WALTER M. was born in Mendota, Bristol Co, VA August 31, 1888.1126  Walter died at age unknown.  Walter was listed as James Adam Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Fayette Co, WV.1127

125. JACOB PECK4 IMBODEN (George (1793)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1)1128 was born in Augusta Co, VA September 15, 1846.1129  Jacob died December 5, 1899 in San Pedro, Honduras C.A., at age 53.1130  His body was interred December 7, 1899 in San Pedro cemetery near Puerto Cortez, Honduras C.A..1131 

He married twice.  He married JOHNNIE REBECCA MIMMS December 21, 1869 in Eddyville, Lyon Co, KY.1132  Johnnie was born circa 1845 in LA.1133  Johnnie died December 21, 1872 in Richmond, Henrico Co, VA, at age 27.1134  He married ANNIE S. DICKINSON
December 17, 1874 in Fayette Co, WV.1135  Annie was born January 1846 in Fayette Co, WV.1136  (Additional notes for Annie S. Dickinson 1137)  Annie died at age unknown.  In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, Annie was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Fayetteville, Fayette Co, WV.1138  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, Annie was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Fayette Co, WV.1139 

The 1880 census shows Annie was 26 which would make her born in 1854 but the 1900 census shows January 1846. Annie may be a sister of George's wife Angie.

He was listed as a household member of George (1793) Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Braxton Co, WV.1140 

Jacob was educated at V.M.I and a member of the Virginia Military Institute Battalion Cadets at the battle of New Market where he was wounded.  He afterward, served with John Singleton Mosby (probably sometime after 1862).  According the WunderFam he was assassinated at San Pedro, Honduras C.A. December 3, 1899.  From research by Mr. T. G. Hobbs, While looking after some business investments in Central America where Jacob had become very successful, he was accidentally shot by a stray bullet from the pistol of a drunken assassin who shot and killed Dr. Gold (see Frank Imboden) with whom he had had an altercation.

Jacob Peck Imboden and Annie S. Dickinson had the following children:

i. FRANK BLISS5 was born in Fayetteville, Fayette Co, WV September 5, 1875.1141 

The Wonderlich Family shows Frank born March 1874 which was probably taken from the census records since they both agree.  The Virginia Family Bible shows September 1875 which is probably correct. Frank died before 1910 in WV, at age unknown.1142  He married Anna Mary Robson circa 1894 in VA ?.1143  Anna was born April 1876 in Fayette Co, WV.1144  (Additional notes for Anna Mary Robson 1145)  Anna died at age unknown.  She was listed as Frank Bliss Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, in Fayette Co, WV.1146 

Frank was listed as Annie S. Dickinson's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Fayetteville, Fayette Co, WV.1147  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, Frank was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Fayette Co, WV.1148 

There were no children shown for Frank in the 1900 census.  He was 25 at the time.  It appears he not have had any. He is not found in the 1910 census and may have died before then.

ii. GEORGE HUDSON was born in Fayetteville, Fayette Co, WV circa 1878.1149  George died at age unknown.  George was listed as Annie S. Dickinson's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Fayetteville, Fayette Co, WV.1150  He was listed as an unknown person's lodger in the 1910 Federal Miracode Census in Boyd, KY.1151 

The 1910 soundex lists George H. Imboden as a border with Martha Walegh in Boyd Co, Kentucky.  The 1910 soundex also shows a George H. (Innboden) born circa 1876 boarding with an Isaac Halsted. I believe these are both the same person and probably moved between census counts which is not uncommon.  Nelson Imboden, son of David Calvin, was also a boarder with Martha Walegh in 1910.

351 iii. GURTRUDE MIMMS was born October 1879

126. JOHN A.4 IMBODEN (Henry3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Rockbridge Co, VA circa 1832.1152  John died at age unknown. 

He married MATILDA [IMBODEN]
circa 1854 in Rockbridge Co, VA.1153  Matilda was born circa 1830 in Rockbridge Co, VA.1154  Matilda died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of John A. Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Amelia Co, VA.1155 

He was listed as a household member of Rebeca A. Ruff's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Rockbridge Co, VA.1156  In the Census of 1860 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Rockbridge Co, VA.1157  In the Census of 1870 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Amelia Co, VA.1158 

From the 1850 census John was a student and by 1860 a teacher with an estate value of $700.  By 1870 John had apparently changed his vocation to a farmer with a real estate value of $5,000 and a personal estate value of $2,000.

John A. Imboden and Matilda [Imboden] had the following children:

i. JAMES5 was born in Amelia Co, VA circa 1855.1159  James died at age unknown.  He was listed as a household member of John A. Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Amelia Co, VA.1160

ii. SUSAN (1857) was born in Amelia Co, VA circa 1857.1161  Susan died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of John A. Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Amelia Co, VA.1162

iii. MATILDA was born in Amelia Co, VA circa 1865.1163  Matilda died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of John A. Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Amelia Co, VA.1164

135. JOHN DAVID4 IMBODEN (David3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in MO circa 1825.  John died at age unknown. 

He married twice.  He married LOUISA B. [IMBODEN] circa 1845 in LA.1165  Louisa was born 1828 in LA.1166  Louisa died before 1880 at age unknown.1167  She was listed as a household member of John David Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Carroll Co, LA.1168  He married ELIZABETH B. [IMBODEN]
before 1880 in LA.1169  Elizabeth was born 1834 in MS.1170  Elizabeth died at age unknown.  She was listed as John David Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Madison Co, TX.1171 

In the Census of 1850 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Carroll Co, LA.1172  In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, John was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Madison Co, TX.1173 

It appears John was a son of David having been born in Missouri at the right time and living in Carroll Parish where David moved.  John later moved to Madison Co, Texas sometime between 1861 and 1865.  A John Hamire, age 75, was living with John in 1850 at the time of the census and could be his father-in-law.  The 1880 census shows his wife’s name as Elizebeth born 1834.  His wife in the 1850 census was Louisa born 1828.  It appears she must have died sometime before 1880.

John David Imboden and Elizabeth B. [Imboden] had the following children:

355 i. WILEY M.5 was born April 1861

ii. LEONARD B. was born in TX September 1864.1174  Leonard died at age unknown.  Leonard was listed as John David Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Madison Co, TX.1175  Leonard is listed in the 1900 Federal soundex census as an inmate in the county jail, Jackson Co, MO..1176 

Leonard was enumerated in the county jail, Jackson Co, MO in 1900.

iii. DUNKLIN (1873) was born in Madison Co, TX 1873.1177  Dunklin died at age unknown.  Dunklin was listed as John David Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Madison Co, TX.1178

140. JOHN ADAM4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Lebanon Co, PA May 19, 1818.1179  John died at age unknown. 

He married SARAH ELIZABETH MARK
December 21, 1843 in Lebanon Co, PA.1180  Sarah was born August 7, 1818 in Lebanon Co, PA.1181  Sarah died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of John Adam Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.1182  She was listed as a household member of John Adam Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.1183  She was listed as a household member of John Adam Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.1184 

In the Census of 1850 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.1185  In the Census of 1860 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.1186  In the Census of 1870 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.1187 

John's wife is shown a Eliza in the 1850 census but with the same birth year as Sarah.  Sarah is the name shown in the General Record of the Wonderlich Family.  I have assumed his wife's name is Sarah Elizabeth Mark and she used a short version of her middle name which is not uncommon.  John's occupation is shown as a butcher with a real estate value of $1,400. His name is show as Adam in this census which is consistent with his father’s name.  By 1860 his real estate value was $3,000 and personal value rated at $1,500.  His wife’s name is shown as Sarah in this census.  The 1870 census shows him as a butcher with a real estate value of $30,000 and a personal value of $1,800.

John Adam Imboden and Sarah Elizabeth Mark had the following children:

358 i. CYRUS MARK5 was born January 2, 1845

ii. SIMON GEORGE was born in Lebanon Co, PA October 28, 1846.1188  Simon died October 7, 1847 in Lebanon Co, PA, at age unknown.1189

360 iii. ADAM HENRY was born January 4, 1848

iv. EDWIN was born in Lebanon Co, PA December 23, 1849.1190  Edwin died December 28, 1849 in Lebanon Co, PA, at age unknown.1191

362 v. HIRAM T. was born February 26, 1852

363 vi. DAVID CALVIN was born June 19, 1854

364 vii. JOHN GEORGE was born March 25, 1856

365 viii. FRANKLIN WILLIAM was born December 25, 1857

ix. WILLIAM FRANKLIN was was born in Lebanon Co, PA December 25, 1857.1192  William died August 2, 1859 in Lebanon Co, PA, at age 1.1193

141. CATHERINE4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Lebanon Co, PA March 11, 1820.1194  Catherine died May 24, 1850 in Lebanon Co, PA, at age 30.1195 

She married JOHN WARD October 22, 1840 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1196  John was born December 31, 1819 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1197  John died at age unknown.

Catherine Imboden and John Ward had the following child:

i. AMANDA5 was born in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA October 14, 1841.1198  Amanda died at age unknown.  She married John Walters circa 1860 in Lebanon Co, PA.1199  John was born circa 1840 in Lebanon Co, PA.1200  John died at age unknown.

142. ELIZABETH4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA November 20, 1820.1201  Elizabeth died February 15, 1854 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA, at age 33.1202 

She married HENRY D. CARMANY circa 1839 in Lebanon Co, PA.1203  Henry was born May 1, 1816 in Lebanon Co, PA.1204  Henry died March 5, 1871 in Lebanon Co, PA, at age 54.1205

Elizabeth Imboden and Henry D. Carmany had the following children:

i. MARIA5 was born in Lebanon Co, PA circa 1840.  Maria died at age unknown.

ii. ADAM was born in Lebanon Co, PA 1844.1206  Adam died December 13, 1861 at age 17.1207 

Adam was killed in battle during the Civil War.

iii. ANNA LIZZIE was born in Lebanon Co, PA circa 1846.1208  Anna died at age unknown.  She married Charles M. George circa 1865 in Lebanon Co, PA.1209  Charles was born circa 1845 in South Bend, IN.1210  Charles died at age unknown.

143. JERIMIAH4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1823.1211  Jerry died before 1900 in Lebanon Co, PA, at age unknown.1212 

He married ELIZABETH (1825) [IMBODEN]
circa 1843 in Lebanon, PA.1213  Elizabeth was born circa 1825 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1214  Elizabeth died before 1880 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA, at age unknown. 

Elizabeth is not shown in the 1880 census with her husband.  It appears she may have died.

She was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1215  She was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1216 

In the Census of 1850 Federal, Jerry was listed as a head of household in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1217  In the Census of 1870 Federal, Jerry was listed as a head of household in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1218  In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, Jerry was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1219 

Jeremiah is shown as a farmer in the 1850 census with a real estate value of $9,400. He is not shown in the 1860 census but in 1870 his real estate value is shown as $26,000 with a personal value of $3,278 a rather impressive sum for this day and time.

The 1870 census shows an Ann Imboden age 16 as a domestic servant in Londondary, Lebanon Co. PA. Of the families in this area at this time, she could be a daughter of Henry Imboden b1825 or Jerimiah.  Because neither are listed in the 1860 census, probably because of the civil war, she is not shown. Because of the gap in births years for Jeremiah’s children in the 1870 census, 1852 to 1856, and because his wife's name is shown as Ann, I believe this Ann is his daughter.  The 1850 census shows his wife's name as Elizabeth, probably Elizabeth Ann.  She apparently used the name Ann.

Jerimiah Imboden and Elizabeth (1825) [Imboden] had the following children:

i. ELIZABETH (1850)5 was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1850.1220  Elizabeth died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1221  She was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1222

ii. CAROLINE was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1852.1223  Caroline died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1224

iii. Daniel Moses Imboden was born in Lebanon Co, PA February 28, 1854.1225  He was baptized March 14, 1854 in Lebanon Co, PA.1226 

Daniel may have died before the 1870 census as he is not shown there or subsequent census records.

374 iv. SAMUEL D. was born February 1856

v. CATHERINE was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1858.1227  Catherine died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1228

vi. SARAH (1861) was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1861.1229  Sarah died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1230  She was listed as Jerimiah Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1231

vii. LEAH (1864) was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1864.1232  Leah died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1233  She was listed as Jerimiah Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1234

viii. JOHN D. was born in Lebanon Co, PA circa 1865.1235  John died at age unknown.  He was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1236  John was listed as Jerimiah Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1237  He was listed as an unknown person's lodger in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Berks Co, PA.1238 

John was enumerated as a boarder with John A. Esterly in Berks Co, PA in 1900.

ixi. JACOB (1866) was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1866.1239  Jacob died before 1880 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA, at age unknown.1240  He was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1241 

Jacob is not shown in the 1880 census.  I believe he may have died before this date.

380 x. ADAM (1869) was born circa 1869

381 xi. DANIEL D. was born January 1870

382 xii. AARON D. was born May 1871

145. HENRY (1825)4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1825.1242  Henry died before 1900 at age unknown.1243 

He married HARRIETT [IMBODEN]
circa 1850 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1244  Harriett was born March 1832 in Lebanon, PA.1245  Harriett died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Henry (1825) Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1246  Harriett was listed as a servant in the employ of an unknown person in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in Dauphin Co, PA.1247 

He was listed as a household member of Jerimiah Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1248  In the Census of 1870 Federal, Henry was listed as a head of household in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1249 

The 1870 census shows Henry as a farmer with a real estate value of $1,800 and a personal value of $460. Henrys wife is shown alone in the 1900 census, it is assumed he had died by this time.

Henry (1825) Imboden and Harriett [Imboden] had the following child:

i. EMMA5 was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1857.1250  Emma died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Henry (1825) Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1251

146. JOHN ADAM4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Lebanon Co, PA April 9, 1826.1252  John died January 11, 1884 in Decatur, Macon Co, IL ?, at age 57.1253 

He married LEAH CARMANY
October 15, 1850 in Lebanon Co, PA.1254  Leah was born January 24, 1827 in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.1255  Leah died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of John Adam Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.1256  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, Leah was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.1257 

He was christened May 30, 1826 in Lebanon Co, PA.1258  He was listed as a household member of John Adam Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.1259  In the Census of 1870 Federal, John was listed as a head of household in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.1260 

John is shown as a butcher in the 1870 census with a real estate value of $3,000 and a personal value of $1,000.  He was enumerated as a household member in home of his brother John in the 1850 census.

John Adam Imboden and Leah Carmany had the following children:

384 i. AMOS5 was born October 1, 1853

385 ii. ELLA ELIZABETH was born October 1, 1853

386 iii. CATHERINE JANE was born March 1855

iv. MARIA LOUISA was born in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA January 5, 1861.1261  Maria died July 20, 1877 in Decatur, Macon Co, IL, at age 16.1262  She was christened May 19, 1861 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1263  She was listed as a household member of John Adam Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.1264

v. ALICE MINERVA was born in Lebanon Co, PA July 13, 1864.1265  Alice died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of John Adam Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.1266

vi. SARAH BELLE was born in Lebanon Co, PA ? August 12, 1866.1267  Sarah died May 7, 1870 in Lebanon Co, PA ?, at age 3.1268  She was listed as a household member of John Adam Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.1269 

The Wonderlich family shows that Sarah died May 7, 1870 but she is shown in the 1870 census taken on July 28, 1870.

147. WILLIAM (1829)4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1829.1270  William died at age unknown. 

He married MARY (1835) [IMBODEN]
circa 1854 in OH.1271  Mary was born circa 1835 in OH.1272  Mary died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of William (1829) Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Palmera, Lebanon Co, PA.1273  She was listed as a household member of William (1829) Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.1274  She was listed as William (1829) Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.1275 

He was listed as a household member of Elizabeth Carmany's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Palmera, Lebanon Co, PA.1276  In the Census of 1860 Federal, William was listed as a head of household in Palmera, Lebanon Co, PA.1277  In the Census of 1870 Federal, William was listed as a head of household in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.1278  In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, William was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.1279 

The 1860 census shows William as a carpenter and no real estate value.  The 1870 census shows him as a laborer with a real estate value of $800 and a personal value of $150.

William (1829) Imboden and Mary (1835) [Imboden] had the following children:

i. CATHERINE E.5 was born in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH circa 1855.1280  Catherine died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of William (1829) Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Palmera, Lebanon Co, PA.1281  She was listed as a household member of William (1829) Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.1282

ii. JANE (1857) was born in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH circa 1857.1283  Jane died before June 10, 1870 in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH, at age 12.1284  She was listed as a household member of William (1829) Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Palmera, Lebanon Co, PA.1285 

Jane is not shown in the 1870 census, she may have died before this date.

iii. LALU (1866) was born in Montgomery Co, OH circa 1866.1286  Lalu died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of William (1829) Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.1287  She was listed as William (1829) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.1288

393 iv. WILLIAM C. was born December 1868

v. CLARENCE (1869) was born in Montgomery Co, OH circa 1869.1289  Clarence died at age unknown.  He was listed as a household member of William (1829) Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.1290  Clarence was listed as William (1829) Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.1291

vi. MAGGIE (1874) was born in Montgomery Co, OH circa 1874.1292  Maggie died at age unknown.  She was listed as William (1829) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.1293

151. GEORGE (1838)4 IMBODEN (John Henry3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Lebanon Co, PA September 14, 1838.1294  George died August 29, 1921 in Lebanon, PA, at age 82.1295  His body was interred September 1, 1921 in Lebanon, PA.1296 

He married MARY ANN GEBHARD
October 14, 1866 in Lebanon, PA.1297  Mary was born circa 1841 in Lebanon, PA.1298  Mary died July 18, 1885 in Lebanon Co, PA, at age 44.1299 

Mary does not appear in the 1900 census with her husband.  It appears she may have died.

She was listed as George (1838) Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal soundex Census, in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1300 

He was listed as a household member of John Henry Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1301  He was listed as a household member of John Henry Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Lebanon Co, PA.1302  In the 1880 Federal soundex Census, George was listed as a head of household June 1880 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1303  In the 1900 Federal soundex Census, George was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Lebanon Co, PA.1304  George was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census in Lebanon Co, PA.  1920 Federal census M1559, R212, Vol. 161, E.D. 176, Sheet 8, Line 14, Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA. From the National Archives records:

George served in the 93rd Reg't of Penn Company A as a Private.  He enlisted September 10, 1861 and was mustered into service September 21, 1861.  He was wounded in action at Chancellorsville May 3, 1863 with a severe wound in a foot. He must have been discharged at this time.

He reenlisted as Veteran Vol Brandy Station, VA on January 1, 1864.  He was 23 years old, 5' 7 3/4", light complexion, gray eyes, dark hair and occupation farmer. He was discharged June 8, 1865 because he was found by Surgeon Bache to be incapable of performing the duties of a soldier because of amputation of his left arm.  Wound received at Cedar Creek, VA October 19, 1864.  Disability was shown as 2/3.  He was sent to US Hospital South St Phila. October 24, 1842 then to US Hospital Christian St. Phila early in April 1865 and then to US Hospital Chester PA. May 10, 1865.

His daughter Caroline Naomi applied for his burial benefits from the government. Seems there was some confusion but she finally received $100 to cover the actual burial expenses of $194.75.  He was totally destitute at the time he died.  Seems that his wife was the one with all the money and property.  Disability Cert No 47,770 dropped from tolls October 1, 1921.  He was receiving $72 per month.

According to the 1900 census George's brother Cyrus and two sisters, Elizabeth and Rebecca, were living with him in 1900.

George (1838) Imboden and Mary Ann Gebhard had the following children:

i. EDWARD Luther Gebhard5 was born in Lebanon Co, PA September 22, 1867.1305  Edward died at age unknown.  He married Rebeeca (1875) [Imboden] circa 1905 in Lebanon Co, PA.1306  Rebeeca was born circa 1875 in Lebanon Co, PA.1307  Rebeeca died at age unknown.  She was listed as Edward Luther Gebhard Imboden's wife in the 1910 Federal Miracode Census, in Lebanon Co, PA.1308 

He was baptized November 17, 1867 in Lebanon Co, PA.1309  Edward was listed as George (1838) Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1310  He was listed as an unknown person's lodger in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in Berks Co, PA.1311  Edward was listed as George (1838) Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1312  In the 1910 Federal Miracode Census, Edward was listed as a head of household June 1910 in Lebanon Co, PA.1313 

Edward was still living at home in the 1900 census and does not appear to be married. He appears to be listed twice in this census which is not uncommon.  A second Edward L. is enumerated as a lodger with Lucy C. Reider (Kreider ?) in Berks county PA.

He is shown with a wife in the 1910 census at age 42 with no children.

ii. JOHN DEIHA was born in Lebanon Co, PA July 7, 1871.1314  John died at age unknown.  He was baptized September 29, 1871 in Lebanon Co, PA.1315  John was listed as George (1838) Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1316  John was listed as George (1838) Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1317  John was listed as a son in George (1838) Imboden's household on the 1920 Census in Lebanon Co, PA.  1920 Federal census M1559, R212, Vol. 161, E.D. 176, Sheet 8, Line 14, Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.

John is listed in the 1900 census as still living with his parents.

iii. CAROLINE NAOMI was born in Lebanon Co, PA February 7, 1878.1318  Caroline died at age unknown.  She was listed as George (1838) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1319  She was listed as George (1838) Imboden's daughter in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1320  Caroline was listed as a daughter in George (1838) Imboden's household on the 1920 Census in Lebanon Co, PA.  1920 Federal census M1559, R212, Vol. 161, E.D. 176, Sheet 8, Line 14, Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.

399 iv. SOPHIA MARY was born October 11, 1881.

153. HENRY (1844)4 IMBODEN (John Henry3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA September 1844.1321  Henry died at age unknown. 

He married ISABELLE BRICKER
circa 1868 in Lebanon, PA.1322  Isabella was born circa 1848 in Lebanon, PA.1323  She was listed as Henry (1844) Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Hoffman, Lebanon Co, PA.1324  Isabella was listed as a mother-in-law in an unknown person's family on the 1920 Census in Lebanon Co, PA. 

Isabelle does not appear in the 1900 census with her husband.  It appears she may have died or they separated. I did not find Henry or Isabella in the 1910 census but the name Isabella Imboden does show up in the 1920 census at age 69 living with a son-in-law Harry A. Weiman in Lebanon, PA.

He was listed as a household member of John Henry Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1325  He was listed as a household member of John Henry Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Lebanon Co, PA.1326  In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, Henry was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Hoffman, Lebanon Co, PA.1327  In the 1900 Federal Miracode Census, Henry was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Lebanon Co, PA.1328 

Henry, son of John and Sophia, is shown in the 1850 census at age 5.  His age corresponds to this Henry found in the 1880 and 1900 census and I believe they are the same person.  The 1850 census is for S. Annville, Lebanon Co. PA., M432, Roll 791, Page 288, house No. 74.

The 1900 census shows a SIL Hiram M. Bufflap and grandson Harry C. Imboden living here.  Henry must have had a son to have a grandson.

Henry (1844) Imboden and Isabella  Bricker had the following children:

i. Elizabeth Sophia5 was born in Lebanon Co, PA June 17, 1871.1329  Elizabeth died at age unknown.  She married Samuel D. Fernsler October 11, 1924 in Lebanon Co, PA.1330  Samuel was born 1875.1331 

She was baptized August 17, 1871 in Salem Lutheran, Church.1332  She was listed as Henry (1844) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Hoffman, Lebanon Co, PA.1333 

From marriage records of Lebanon Co, PA furnish to me Clerice Fisher, a descendant of the Fernsler family, Elizabeth's first husband died March 21, 1921.  Her second husband is shown as age 50 in 1924 and divorced on July 23, 1903.

ii. Rebecca Sondra was born in Lebanon Co, PA August 15, 1872.1334  She was baptized March 24, 1873 in Lebanon Co, PA.1335

iii. Mary Ellen was born in Lebanon Co, PA June 15, 1875.1336  Mary died at age unknown.  She was baptized September 25, 1875 in Lebanon Co, PA.1337  She was listed as Henry (1844) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Hoffman, Lebanon Co, PA.1338  She was listed as Henry (1844) Imboden's daughter in the 1900 Federal Miracode Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1339

iv. BESSIE W. was born in Lebanon Co, PA February 1884.1340  Bessie died at age unknown.  She was listed as Henry (1844) Imboden's daughter in the 1900 Federal Miracode Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1341

167. HENRICH4 IMBODEN (Henrich3, John George2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA June 1830.1342  Henry died at age unknown. 

He married SARAH R. [IMBODEN]
circa 1855 in Lebanon, PA.1343  Sarah was born October 1835 in OH.1344  Sarah died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Henrich Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Warren, Marion Co, IN.1345  She was listed as Henrich Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1346  She was listed as Henrich Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1347 

In the Census of 1860 Federal, Henry was listed as a head of household in Warren, Marion Co, IN.1348  In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, Henry was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1349  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, Henry was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1350 

Henry is listed as a farmer in the 1860 census with a personal real estate value of $720.

Henrich Imboden and Sarah R. [Imboden] had the following children:

i. CARRIE5 was born in Warren, Marion Co, IN circa 1858.1351  Carrie died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Henrich Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Warren, Marion Co, IN.1352

ii. HARRY M.(1860) was born in June 1860.1353  Harry died at age unknown.  He married Fannie (Imboden) After 1900.1354  Fannie was born Circa 1870 in OH.1355  Fannie was listed as Harry M.(1860) Imboden's wife on the 1920 Census in Mercer Co, OH.

He was listed as a household member of Henrich Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Warren, Marion Co, IN.1356  Harry was listed as Henrich Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1357  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, Harry was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1358  Harry was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census in Mercer Co, OH.

iii. WARREN (1863) was born in circa 1863.1359  Warren died at age unknown.  Warren was listed as Henrich Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1360

iv. WILLIAM FRANK was born in July 1865.1361  William died at age unknown.  William was listed as Henrich Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1362  William was listed as Henrich Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1363 

William is shown in the 1880 census but his name is shown a Frank in the 1900 census.  The birth dates indicate these are the same person.

v. KATE (1869) was born in circa 1869.1364  Kate died at age unknown.  She was listed as Henrich Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1365

vi. ANNIE (1871) was born in circa 1871.1366  Annie died at age unknown.  She was listed as Henrich Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1367

vii. CORWIN (1874) was born in July 1874.1368  Corwin died at age unknown.  Corwin was listed as Henrich Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1369  Corwin was listed as Henrich Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.1370

178. SAMUEL K.4 IMBODEN (Samuel (1807)3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA June 19, 1843.1371  Samuel died December 14, 1918 at age 75.1372 

He married JULIANN HEILMAN
December 8, 1864 in Lebanon Co, PA.1373  Juliann was born October 1840 in Lebanon Co, PA.1374  She was listed as a household member of Samuel K. Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Lebanon Co, PA.1375  She was listed as Samuel K. Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1376  She was listed as Samuel K. Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, in Lebanon Co, PA.1377  Juliann Heilman is the daughter of Daniel Heilman and Elizabeth Boger and the sister of William R. (1838) Imboden's wife Elizabeth.

He was listed as a household member of Samuel (1807) Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1378  In the Census of 1870 Federal, Samuel was listed as a head of household in Lebanon Co, PA.1379  In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, Samuel was listed as a head of household June 1880 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1380  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, Samuel was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Lebanon Co, PA.1381 

Samuel is shown as a farmer in the 1870 census with a personal real estate value of $2,350.

Samuel K. Imboden and Juliann Heilman had the following children:

i. ELLEN was born in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA August 30, 1865.1382  Ellen died January 31, 1872 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA, at age 6.1383  She was listed as a household member of Samuel K. Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Lebanon Co, PA.1384

412 ii. ALBERT H.5 was born April 1867

413 iii. SAMUEL H. was born November 1870

iv. RAYMOND D.was born in Lebanon Co, PA August 1873.1385  Raymond died at age unknown.  He married Lillie E. (1876) [Imboden] circa 1893 in Lebanon Co, PA.1386  Lillie was born October 1876 in Lebanon Co, PA.1387  Lillie died at age unknown.  She was listed as Raymond D. Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, in Lebanon Co, PA.1388 

Raymond was listed as Samuel K. Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1389  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, Raymond was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Lebanon Co, PA.1390

v. CORA E.was born in Lebanon Co, PA September 1876.1391  Cora died at age unknown.  She was listed as Samuel K. Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1392  She was listed as Samuel K. Imboden's daughter in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1393

vi. MORRIS (1879) was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1879.1394  Morris died at age unknown.  Morris was listed as Samuel K. Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1395

185. WILLIAM R. (1838)4 IMBODEN (Wilhelm (William R.)3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA December 9, 1838.1396  William died May 9, 1884 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA, at age 45.1397 

He married ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) HEILMAN
December 24, 1863 in Lebanon, PA.1398  Elizabeth was born circa 1844 in Lebanon Co, PA.1399  She was listed as a household member of William R. (1838) Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1400  She was listed as William R. (1838) Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1401  She was listed as an unknown person's aunt in the 1910 Federal Miracode Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1402  Daughter of Daniel Heilman and Elizabeth Boger and sister of Samuel K Imboden's wife, Juliann Heilman.

He was listed as a household member of Samuel (1807) Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1403  In the Census of 1870 Federal, William was listed as a head of household in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1404  In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, William was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1405 

William is shown as a farmer in the 1870 census with a real estate value of $3,000 and a personal value of $300. The 1910 census lists a Lizzie Imboden, age 65, living with Morris H. Wilhelm and shows her as an Aunt.  I believe this is Williams’s wife and that her maiden name was Wilhelm. It appears William had died.

The 1860 census shows a Mary age 20 living with Samuel which could be Williams’s wife. It is possible  her name was Mary Elizabeth and went by the nickname Lizzie.

William R. (1838) Imboden and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Heilman had the following children:

417 i. LYDIA (1866)5 was born June 26, 1866.

ii. EDWIN was born in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA November 4, 1868.1406  Eddie died June 16, 1892 at age 23.1407  He was listed as a household member of William R. (1838) Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1408  Eddie was listed as William R. (1838) Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1409

189. DANIEL4 IMBODEN (Daniel3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Lebanon Co, PA November 1, 1840.1410  Daniel died at age unknown. 

He married SOPHIA EMERICH
November 1867 in Lebanon Co, PA.1411  Sophia was born circa 1841 in Lebanon Co, PA.1412  Sophia died at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Daniel Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1413 

In the Census of 1870 Federal, Daniel was listed as a head of household in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1414 

Daniel is shown as a laborer in the 1870 census with no real estate value.

Daniel Imboden and Sophia Emerich had the following child:

419 i. GEORGE W.5 was born November 25, 1868

195. PHILIP (1845)4 IMBODEN (George (1814)3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA April 1845.1415  Philip died at age unknown. 

He married KATE (1845) [IMBODEN]
circa 1865 in Lebanon Co, PA.1416  Kate was born July 1845 in Lebanon Co, PA.1417  Kate died at age unknown.  She was listed as Philip (1845) Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal soundex Census, in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1418  She was listed as Philip (1845) Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal soundex Census, in Lebanon Co, PA.1419  She was listed as Philip (1845) Imboden's wife in the 1910 Federal Miracode Census, in Lebanon Co, PA.1420 

He was listed as a household member of George (1814) Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1421  In the 1880 Federal soundex Census, Philip was listed as a head of household June 1880 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1422  In the 1900 Federal soundex Census, Philip was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Lebanon Co, PA.1423  In the 1910 Federal Miracode Census, Philip was listed as a head of household June 1910 in Lebanon Co, PA.1424 

A granddaughter Susan was enumerated with Philip in the 1910 census.  This may be the daughter of Isaac or Grant or another son not found.

Philip (1845) Imboden and Kate (1845) [Imboden] had the following children:

i. GRANT (1866)5 was born in Lebanon Co, PA August 1866.1425  Grant died at age unknown.  Grant was listed as Philip (1845) Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1426  Grant was listed as Philip (1845) Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1427  Grant was listed as Philip (1845) Imboden's son in the 1910 Federal Miracode Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1428

421 ii. ISAAC C. was born July 1868

422 iii. SARAH (1871) was born circa 1871.

iv. KATE (1875) was born in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA circa 1875.1429  Kate died at age unknown.  She was listed as Philip (1845) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1430

196. GEORGE W. (1847)4 IMBODEN (George (1814)3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born April 1847.1431  George died at age unknown. 

He married AMANDA H. (1849) [IMBODEN]
circa 1868 in Lebanon Co, PA.1432  Amanda was born June 1849 in Lebanon Co, PA.1433  Amanda died at age unknown.  She was listed as George W. (1847) Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal soundex Census, in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1434  She was listed as George W. (1847) Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal Miracode Census, in Lebanon Co, PA.1435  She was listed as George W. (1847) Imboden's wife in the 1910 Federal Miracode Census, in Lebanon Co, PA.1436  Amanda was listed as George W. (1847) Imboden's wife on the 1920 Census in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  1920 Federal census M1584, R297, Vol. 161, E.D. 154, Sheet 3, Line 7, Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.

He was listed as a household member of George (1814) Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1437  In the 1880 Federal soundex Census, George was listed as a head of household June 1880 in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1438  In the 1900 Federal Miracode Census, George was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Lebanon Co, PA.1439  In the 1910 Federal Miracode Census, George was listed as a head of household June 1910 in Lebanon Co, PA.1440  George was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  1920 Federal census M1584, R297, Vol. 161, E.D. 154, Sheet 3, Line 7, Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.

George W. (1847) Imboden and Amanda H. (1849) [Imboden] had the following children:

i. MARY E. (1869)5 was born in Lebanon Co, PA circa 1869.1441  Mary died at age unknown.  She was listed as George W. (1847) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1442  Mary was listed as a daughter in George W. (1847) Imboden's household on the 1920 Census in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  1920 Federal census M1584, R297, Vol. 161, E.D. 154, Sheet 3, Line 7, Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.

Mary is shown in the 1920 census as living with her father, George at age 51.  Her last name is shown as Saylor. It appears she was married sometime after 1880.

ii. HARRY M. was born in Luzerne Co, PA August 1878.1443  Harry died at age unknown.  Harry was listed as George W. (1847) Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1444  Harry was listed as George W. (1847) Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Miracode Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1445

197. JACOB (1849)4 IMBODEN (George (1814)3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA September 1849.1446  Jacob died at age unknown. 

He married twice.  He married EMMA (1850) [IMBODEN] circa 1866 in Lebanon Co, PA.1447  Emma was born November 1850 in Lebanon Co, PA.1448  Emma died Before 1910 in Lebanon Co, PA, at age unknown.  She was listed as a household member of Jacob (1849) Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1449  She was listed as Jacob (1849) Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal soundex Census, in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1450  She was listed as Jacob (1849) Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal soundex Census, in Lebanon Co, PA.1451  He married SELINA (1866) MOSER
after 1900 in Schuylkill Co, PA.1452  Selina was born circa 1866 in England.1453  Selina died at age unknown.  She was listed as Jacob (1849) Imboden's wife in the 1910 Federal Miracode Census, in Schuylkill Co, PA.1454 

He was listed as a household member of George (1814) Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1455  He was listed as a household member of John Risser's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in Dauphin Co, PA.1456  In the Census of 1870 Federal, Jacob was listed as a head of household in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1457  In the 1880 Federal soundex Census, Jacob was listed as a head of household June 1880 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1458  In the 1900 Federal soundex Census, Jacob was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Lebanon Co, PA.1459  In the 1910 Federal Miracode Census, Jacob was listed as a head of household June 1910 in Schuylkill Co, PA.1460 

Jacob is enumerated in the 1860 census with John Risser and his wife Elizabeth in Conevago, Dauphin County but no relationship is given. It appears Elizabeth is the daughter of Samuel which makes Jacob her cousin.  The 1870 census  shows Jacob as a farmer with a real estate value of $2,300 and a personal value of $300. His wife Emma is shown as a housekeeper. The 1910 census shows Jacob married to Selina and a Minnie Moser, age 11, living here with no relation given.  This is probably a daughter of Selina from a previous marriage.

Jacob (1849) Imboden and Emma (1850) [Imboden] had the following children:

i. ALVERTA K.5 was born in Lebanon Co, PA circa 1874.1461  Alverta died at age unknown.  She was listed as Jacob (1849) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1462

427 ii. GEORGE W. (1875) was born 1875

iii. SALLIE E. was born in Lebanon Co, PA circa 1878.1463  Sallie died at age unknown.  She was listed as Jacob (1849) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1464

iv. WALTER (1880) was born in Lebanon Co, PA January 1880.1465  Walter died at age unknown.  Walter was listed as Jacob (1849) Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal soundex Census in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1466  Walter was listed as Jacob (1849) Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1467  He was listed as an unknown person's lodger in the 1910 Federal Miracode Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1468 

Walter was enumerated as a boarder with John K. Trautinan in the 1910 census at the age of 30.

430 v. NORMAN B. was born July 1881

vi. HENRY A. was born in Lebanon Co, PA October 1887.1469  Henry died at age unknown.  Henry was listed as Jacob (1849) Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in Lebanon Co, PA.1470

200. GEORGE (1845)4 IMBODEN (John3, Fredrick2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in KY circa 1845.1471  George died at age unknown. 

He married ALLIE E. SKINNER
October 30, 1867 in KY.1472  Allie was born circa 1851 in KY.1473  Allie died at age unknown.  She was listed as George (1845) Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Justin, Wise Co, TX.1474 

In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, George was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Justin, Wise Co, TX.1475

George (1845) Imboden and Allie E. Skinner had the following children:

i. MALINDA (1873)5 was born in TX circa 1873.1476  Malinda died at age unknown.  She was listed as George (1845) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Justin, Wise Co, TX.1477

ii. ALLIE A. was born in TX circa 1876.1478  Allie died at age unknown.  She was listed as George (1845) Imboden's daughter in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Justin, Wise Co, TX.1479

iii. JOHN F. was born in TX January 1878.1480  John died at age unknown.  John was listed as George (1845) Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Justin, Wise Co, TX.1481  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, John was listed as a head of household June 1900 in St Clair, IL.1482

iv. SARAH (1883) was born in TX 1883.1483  Sarah died at age unknown.  She was listed as an unknown person's niece in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Webster Co, KY.1484 

Enumerated with uncle John W. Orr in 1900 census. Husband of Rebecca Orr/Imboden?  I believe Sarah is the daughter of George Imboden as she was born in Texas at the correct time.

201.  SARAH CATHERINE4 IMBODEN (Frederick3, Fredrick2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Webster Co, KY October 24, 1863.1485  Sarah died June 2, 1915 in Webster Co, KY, at age 51.1486 

She married FRANCIS GOOCH WITHERS October 8, 1882 in Union Co, KY.1487  Francis was born circa 1862 in KY ?.1488  At one point Helen Griffith listed Sarah as Frederick Imboden's daughter then later listed her as Benjamin Imboden's daughter.  Frederick died about the time Sarah was born which makes it possible she was only being raised by Benjamin.

Sarah Catherine Imboden and Francis Gooch Withers had the following children:  

i. Garrett Lee5 was born in Webster Co, KY June 21, 1883.1489  Garrett died April 30, 1953 in Bethesda, MD, at age 69.1490

ii. Grace Truman was born in Webster Co, KY November 26, 1884.1491  Grace died 1962 at age 77.1492  Her body was interred 1962 in Webster Co, KY.1493  She married Sylvanys Franklin Sutherland March 6, 1906.1494  Sylvanys was born circa 1883.

iii. Carroll Ernest was born in Webster Co, KY 1889.1495  Carroll died 1953 in Webster Co, KY, at age 64.1496  He married Mary Lucile Jones June 24, 1922.1497  Mary was born circa 1890.

iv. Orville Gooch was born in Webster Co, KY June 1891.1498  Orville died June 1943 at age 52.1499  He married Rachel Whittinghill circa 1911.1500  Rachel was born circa 1892.

v. Damon was born in Webster Co, KY 1893.1501  Damon died 1971 in Webster Co, KY, at age 78.1502  His body was interred 1971 in Webster Co, KY.1503

vi. Everett was born in Webster Co, KY 1895.1504  Everett died 1942 in Webster Co, KY, at age 47.1505  His body was interred 1942 in Webster Co, KY.1506

vii. Lola Fern was born in Webster Co, KY 1898.1507  Lola died 1901 at age 3.1508

viii. Guy was born 1901.1509  Guy died 1903 at age 2.1510

ix. Lora B. was born 1907.1511  Lora died 1920 in Webster Co, KY, at age 13.1512  Her body was interred 1920 in Webster Co, KY.1513

202. JOHN W.4 IMBODEN (Henrich3, Jacob2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in OH April 1843.1514  John died at age unknown. 

He married MARY M. [IMBODEN]
circa 1876 in IL.1515  Mary was born March 1846 in IL.1516  Mary died at age unknown.  She was listed as John W. Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, in Oblong, Crawford Co, IL.1517 

In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, John was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Oblong, Crawford Co, IL.1518 

John appears to be a son of Henry in the 1850 census but could be a nephew since no wife is shown for Henry.

John W. Imboden and Mary M. [Imboden] had the following children:

445 i. IRA (1881)5 was born circa 1881

ii. HOMER was born in IL January 1883.1519  Homer died at age unknown.  Homer was listed as John W. Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Oblong, Crawford Co, IL.1520

iii. OTHO was born in IL August 1888.1521  Otho died at age unknown.  Otho was listed as John W. Imboden's son in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census in Oblong, Crawford Co, IL.1522

230. CAROLINE4 IMBODEN (Johannes K.3, Jacob2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Dauphin Co. PA April 18, 1847.1523  Caroline died at age unknown. 

She married ULRICH STRICKLER
circa 1867 in Dauphin Co, PA.1524  Ulrich was born circa 1846 in Lebanon Co, PA.1525  Ulrich died at age unknown. 

She was listed as a household member of Johannes K. Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in S.Annville, Lebanon Co. PA.1526

Caroline Imboden and Ulrich Strickler had the following children:

i. MARY5 was born in Dauphin Co. PA February 22, 1868.1527  Mary died at age unknown.

ii. HARVEY was born in Dauphin Co. PA August 4, 1870.1528  Harvey died at age unknown.

iii. EMMA was born in Dauphin Co. PA February 7, 1873.1529  Emma died at age unknown.

iv. JOHN was born in Dauphin Co. PA November 12, 1874.1530  John died at age unknown.

231. JOHN H.4 IMBODEN (Johannes K.3, Jacob2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Dauphin Co, PA June 10, 1850.1531 

He married ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) FERNSLER
November 1870 in Dauphin Co, PA.1532  Elizabeth was born May 1850 in Dauphin Co, PA.1533  Elizabeth died at age unknown.  She was listed as John H. Imboden's wife in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, in Derry, Dauphin Co, PA.1534  She was listed as John H. Imboden's wife in the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, in Dauphin Co, PA.1535 

He was listed as a household member of Johannes K. Imboden's house in the Census of 1850 Federal in S.Annville, Lebanon Co. PA.1536  He was listed as a household member of Johannes K. Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.1537  In the 1880 Federal Soundex Census, John was listed as a head of household June 1880 in Derry, Dauphin Co, PA.1538  In the 1900 Federal Soundex Census, John was listed as a head of household June 1900 in Dauphin Co, PA.1539   John is listed in the 1910 census in Dauphin Co. PA at age 60 along with his wife Elizabeth age 59. It appears they may have been living with their son Harry the way they are listed but John is shown as head of family under Harry also as head of family.

John H. Imboden and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Fernsler had the following children:

452 i. HARRY F.5 was born September 28, 1872

ii. CHARLES EDWARD was born in Derry, Dauphin Co, PA September 17, 1878.1540  Charles died at age unknown.  Charles was listed as John H. Imboden's son in the 1880 Federal Soundex Census in Derry, Dauphin Co, PA.1541  He was listed as an unknown person's lodger in the 1900 Federal soundex Census in Philadelphia Co, PA.1542 

The 1900 census lists a Charles as a lodger in Philadelphia Co. born March 1879.  I believe that Charles and this Charles are both the same person.  The 1880 census shows this Charles at age five (born 1875).  The Wonderlich family records show him born September 1878.

239. ANNA ELIZABETH H.4 IMBODEN (George (1827)3, Jacob2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA August 24, 1854.1543  Anna died at age unknown. 

She married ZERANIUS SOLOMAN R. LIGHT
May 17, 1878 in Lebanon Co, PA.1544  Zeranius was born August 19, 1853 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1545  Zeranius died March 10, 1930 in Lebanon Co, PA, at age 76.1546 

She was listed as a household member of George (1827) Imboden's house in the Census of 1860 Federal in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1547  She was listed as a household member of George (1827) Imboden's house in the Census of 1870 Federal in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1548

Anna Elizabeth H. Imboden and Zeranius Soloman R. Light had the following children:

i. ALMA MAE5 was born in Lebanon Co, PA April 12, 1880.1549  Alma died at age unknown.

ii. JESSIE GRACE was born in Lebanon Co, PA April 29, 1890.1550  Jessie died March 12, 1922 in Lebanon Co, PA, at age 31.1551