IMBODEN FAMILY GENERATION 4

By Marvin L. Imboden January 2013

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64. GEORGE (1820)4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Mar 29, 1820 in Staunton, Augusta Co, VA.2  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Maries Co, MO.  He died on Nov 15, 1902 in Grove Dale, Maries Co, MO.2 

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 were married on Mar 20, 1845 in Washington Co, MO.2,28  Elizabeth Ann HUGHES was born on Aug 4, 1825 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Maries Co, MO.  She died on Jan 11, 1903 in Grove Dale, Maries Co, MO.2  She was buried on Jan 13, 1903 in Grove Dale Cemetery, Grove Dale, MO.2 

George (1820) IMBODEN and Elizabeth Ann HUGHES had the following children:

158 i. JAMES WILLIAM5 was born January 6, 1846

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

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

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

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

163 vi. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN was born September 1, 1856

164 vii. COLUMBUS ALEXANDER (LUM) was born September 5, 1858

165 viii. ELIZABETH ANN was born November 8, 1860

166 ix. ALBERTIN was born April 28, 1863  

67. JOHN GORDON4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Mar 27, 1825 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.  He died after Jun  1880 in Washington Co, MO.5 

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 Johns children, Girtie and Birdie were twins.

John Gordon IMBODEN and Mary E. PETTY were married about 1857 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  Mary E. PETTY was born on May 18, 1838 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.  She died on Dec 9, 1910 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried on Dec 12, 1910 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2 

John Gordon IMBODEN and Mary E. PETTY had the following children:

i. SARAH5  was born on Jul 5, 1858 in Washington Co, MO.2  She died on Dec 10, 1860 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried in Dec  1860 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.2

ii. ARABELLA was born on Jun 10, 1860 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.  She died on Apr 25, 1884 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried on Apr 28, 1884 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2

iii. NORA P. was born on Jan 26, 1862 in Washington Co, MO.2  She died on Jul 5, 1863 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried in Jul  1863 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.2

167 iv. ISABELLA was born on Nov 11, 1863.

168 v. JOHN GORDON was born January 16, 1866

vi. EMMA was born on Oct 15, 1867 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.  She died on Mar 2, 1949 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried on Mar 5, 1949 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2

Emma IMBODEN and William THOMPSON were married about 1897 in Washington Co, MO.2  William THOMPSON was born about 1865 in Washington Co, MO.2

vii. HENRY H. was born on Nov 28, 1869 in Washington Co, MO.2,57  He died on Aug 21, 1871 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was buried on Aug 24, 1871 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.2

viii. BENJAMIN QUINTON was born on Oct 22, 1871 in Washington Co, MO.2,5,57  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.

ix. STELLA S. was born on Nov 17, 1873 in Washington Co, MO.2,5,57  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO. 

The Bellvue book shows the name as Catherine Stella but the Imboden Family Bible shows her name as Stella S.  It appears she went by her middle name.

x. WILLIAM M. was born on Aug 1, 1875 in Washington Co, MO.2  He died on Aug 8, 1875 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was buried on Aug 11, 1875 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.2

xi. ANDREW J. was born on Sep 23, 1878 in Washington Co, MO.5,57  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.

xii. GIRTIE was born on Mar 23, 1879 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.

xiii. BIRDIE M. was born on Mar 23, 1879 in Washington Co, MO.2  She died on Oct 3, 1879 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried on Oct 6, 1879 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.2

xiv. Baxter L. was born on Aug 12, 1882 in Washington Co, MO.57

69. WILLIAM4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Jan 17, 1829 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.  He died on Apr 2, 1907 in Washington Co, MO.2

William IMBODEN and Margarite Mary SHELTON were married about 1856 in MO.2,5  Margarite Mary SHELTON was born on Apr 21, 1834 in VA.2,5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.  She died on Jan 6, 1904 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried on Jan 9, 1904 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2 

William IMBODEN and Margarite Mary SHELTON had the following children:

i. RUFUS5 was born on Oct 27, 1859 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.  He died on Dec 5, 1897 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was buried on Dec 8, 1897 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2

Rufus IMBODEN and Sallie (1861) (IMBODEN) were married about 1881 in MO.5  Sallie (1861) (IMBODEN) was born in Jun  1861 in St Louis Co, MO.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1900 taken in St Louis Co, MO.  She died in 1948 in New Madrid Co, MO.73 

Sallie was enumerated in the 1900 census as the daughter of Betha A Ne-----.  It appears she was the wife of an Imboden and Rufus was the right age and died in 1897 just before the 1900 census making her a widow.

ii. SARAH (1861) was born in 1861 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.

171 iii. EMMETT was born in 1864

iv. UNNAMED INFANT was born in 1865 in Washington Co, MO.2  She died in 1865 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried in 1865 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.2 

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

v. MARTHA ANN was born on Nov 29, 1866 in Washington Co, MO.2  She died on Jan 26, 1872 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried on Jan 28, 1872 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.2

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

vii. SAMUEL was born on Jan 5, 1873 in Washington Co, MO.2  He died on Aug 12, 1874 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was buried on Aug 15, 1874 in Nelson Cemetery, Banner, MO.2

viii. JOHN (1875) was born about 1875 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.  He died about 1893 in Kaulin, Iron Co, MO.2 

The Bellevue article says John died in early manhood.

ix. ERNIE was born about 1877 in Washington Co, MO.2  He died before 1880 in Washington Co, MO.  Ernie does not appear in the 1880 soundex and it is assumed he died before the census was taken.

70. MARRIAH JANE4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Feb 18, 1831 in Washington Co, MO.2  She died on Oct 26, 1910 in Washington Co, MO.2

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Mariah Jane
From the Bellevue book.

Marriah Jane IMBODEN and William S. WIATT were married about 1851 in Washington Co, MO.2  William S. WIATT was born on Dec 23, 1818 in Washington Co, MO.2  He died on Jul 28, 1906 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was buried in Aug  1906 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2 

Marriah Jane IMBODEN and William S. WIATT had the following children:

i. MARY E.5 was born on Oct 18, 1852 in Washington Co, MO.2  She died on Dec 24, 1882 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried on Dec 26, 1882 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2

Mary E. WIATT and Francis C. TOWNSEND were married about 1872 in Washington Co, MO.2  Francis C. TOWNSEND was born about 1850 in Washington Co, MO.2

ii. AUGUSTUS G. was born on Oct 8, 1854 in Washington Co, MO.2  He died of typhoid fever on Aug 22, 1880 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was buried on Aug 24, 1880 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2

iii. SALLY was born about 1858 in Washington Co, MO.2

Sally WIATT and Sam REYBURN were married about 1876 in Washington Co, MO.2  Sam REYBURN was born about 1856 in Washington Co, MO.2

iv. JOHN was born about 1862 in Washington Co, MO.2

v. EDWARD ANDREW was born in 1865 in Washington Co, MO.2  He died in 1928 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was buried in 1928 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2

vi. MINNIE B. was born on Jun 17, 1872 in Washington Co, MO.2  She died on Mar 23, 1947 in Washington Co, MO.2  She was buried on Mar 26, 1947 in Methodist Cemetery, Caladonia, MO.2

Minnie B. WIATT and Dabney C. SHELTON were married about 1891 in Washington Co, MO.2  Dabney C. SHELTON was born about 1871 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was buried unknown in Methodist Cemetery, Caladonia, MO.2

71. THOMAS D.4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Aug 13, 1836 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.  He died on Nov 4, 1921 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO.2 

     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.  Another story sent to me about his son John indicates these family members may have been murdered, see the note for John.  His daughter Lula was enumerated with her grandfather Robert Patterson in the 1900 soundex.
      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.  Additional information about John sent to me shows he killed some family members which also matches some death dates.
    
Thomas was enumerated in the 1920 in Reynolds Co, MO as the father-in-law of a Robert L. Ratliff.

Thomas D. IMBODEN and Eliza PATTERSON were married about 1867 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  Eliza PATTERSON was born on Jul 10, 1846 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.  She died from murder on Jul 26, 1896 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO.2 

Thomas D. IMBODEN and Eliza PATTERSON had the following children:

i. JOHN (1871)5 was born about 1871 in Randolph Co, MO.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.  He was listed as an inmate in the census in Jun  1900 taken in State Insane Asylum Fulton Co.

     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.    
    
The following information was sent to me by Ingrid.  This is an item in THE SALEM DAILY NEWS, (Salem, OH) October 17, 1896.  This indicates that John was married with children at one time.

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        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 within 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.
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     In 2010 a Mrs. Chapman sent me a family story that has been handed down for many years.  It tells the story of her great grandfather going by the farm house when all of this was happening.  It says her great grandfather was shocked when quite a number of years later he sees John working in another town and discovers he has a new family, none of which know anything about prior circumstances of his life.  So far I have not been able to find John in any later census records.  It is possible those years have not been released yet, he did not complete a census or changed his name.  She also sent me a web link to the following news story in the Lewiston Evening Journal for May 16, 1896.

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                                      CHOPPED UP WITH AN AXE.
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             John Imboden Murders sister, brother and an Old Man in Missouri.
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              The Fiend Then Attacked Two Other Sisters and Defied Arrest by
                                             Constables and Posse.
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          Imboden Thought to Have Poisoned His Wife and Two Children Last May.
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     Piedmont, MO., Oct. 16.---News has been received of a triple tragedy in Reynolds county.  John Imboden, aged 23, killed his sister, brother and an old man named Wilhelm.
     The tragedy occurred at Logan's Creek near Ellington, on Wednesday afternoon.  Imboden attacked his 15-years-old sister, brained her with an axe, and when Wilhelm, who made his home with the Imboden family, interfered, he was  brained with the same weapon.  Imboden then entered the house and finding his 20-years-old brother sick in bed, struck him in the head with the axe and hacked his body to   pieces.  He then attacked two younger sisters, but they escaped and ran to their father, who was at work 300 yards from the house.
     The father spread the news among their neighbors, and the constable and a posse of farmers found Imboden in the yard.  He defied arrest, and the constable threatened to shoot him before he could be subdued.
     Last May Imboden's wife and two young daughters died suddenly.  It is now believed by many that they were poisoned by this blood-thirsty fiend.
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ii. SALLIE was born on Feb 20, 1874 in Randolph Co, MO.2,5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.  She died from murder on Sep 9, 1896 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO.2  She was buried on Sep 12, 1896 in Imboden Cemetery, Imboden, AR.2

iii. LUCY (1876) was born in 1876 in Randolph Co, MO.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.

Lucy (1876) IMBODEN and Tom SLOAN were married about 1895 in Randolph Co, MO.2  Tom SLOAN was born about 1875 in Randolph Co, MO.2

iv. LULA P. was born in Oct  1879 in Randolph Co, MO.2,5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Logan, Randolph Co, MO.  She was enumerated with her parents in the 1880 census.  She was listed as a granddaughter in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Holt Co, MO.  She died about 1965 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO.2  She was buried about 1965 in Imboden Cemetery, Imboden, AR.2 

Lula was enumerated with her grandfather Robert Patterson in the 1900 census.  It is possible her husband was involved in the Spanish American War at the time.

Lula P. IMBODEN and Robert L. RATLIFF were married about 1897 in Randolph Co, MO.2  Robert L. RATLIFF was born about 1877 in Randolph Co, MO.2

v. LAURA G. was born on Apr 25, 1881 in Randolph Co, MO.2  She died from murder on Oct 14, 1896 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO.2  She was buried on Oct 17, 1896 in Imboden Cemetery, Imboden, AR.2

vi. JAMES E. was born on Mar 20, 1887 in Randolph Co, MO.2  He died from murder on Oct 14, 1896 in Ellington, Reynolds Co, MO.2  He was buried on Oct 17, 1896 in Imboden Cemetery, Imboden, AR.2

72. MARY MARGARET4 IMBODEN (John3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Sep 13, 1839 in Washington Co, MO.2  She died on Feb 7, 1923 in Washington Co, MO.2

Mary Margaret IMBODEN and James T. NEELY were married in 1861 in Washington Co, MO.2  James T. NEELY was born about 1838 in Washington Co, MO.2  He died in 1863 in Washington Co, MO.2 

Margaret IMBODEN and James T. NEELY had the following children:

i. (Nfn)5 was born in 1862 in Washington Co, MO.2  He died in 1862 in Washington Co, MO.2

Mary Margaret IMBODEN and Philip LUCAS were married on Aug 19, 1864 in Washington Co, MO.2  Philip LUCAS was born on Apr 12, 1824 in Montgomery Co, VA.2  He died on Dec 31, 1897 in Washington Co, MO.2 

Ralph Weeks Lucas was 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.  He also wrote a letter to my grandparents in the 40's or 50's which also had a lot of my family history asking for information on their part of the Imboden family which they never answered.  This was the start of my genealogy research.  

Mary Margaret IMBODEN and Philip LUCAS had the following children:

ii. CHARLES WILLIAM was born on Jul 20, 1867 in Iron Co, MO.2  He died on Nov 15, 1928 in an unknown location.2

iii. JOHN THOMAS was born on May 9, 1869 in Iron Co, MO.2  He died on Feb 28, 1956 in an unknown location.2

iv. ADA was born on Sep 15, 1871 in Iron Co, MO.2  She died on Dec 28, 1960 in an unknown location.2

v. MINNIE was born on Jan 27, 1874 in Iron Co, MO.2  She died typhoid fever on Nov 3, 1886 in an unknown location.2

vi. DORA was born on Jul 8, 1876 in Iron Co, MO.2  She died on Jan 18, 1967 in an unknown location.2

73. MARY M.4 IMBODEN (Jacob (1787)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born about 1814 near Staunton, Augusta Co, VA. 

Mary's birth date and place of birth is estimated from her father and mothers marriage date and place.

Mary M. IMBODEN and Col. Frank LEAS were married about 1833 in Washington Co, MO.2  Col. Frank LEAS was born about 1812 in Washington Co, MO.2 

Mary M. IMBODEN and Col. Frank LEAS had the following children:

178 i. MARY CHAPMAN5 was born about 1833

81. DABNEY SAMUEL4 IMBODEN (Samuel3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Apr 27, 1834 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Washington Co, MO.  He was listed as the father in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.  He died on Apr 21, 1926 in Washington Co, MO.2  He was buried about Apr 24, 1926 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2 

     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) were married about 1852 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  Elizabeth (IMBODEN) was born in Apr  1832 in TN.2,5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Washington Co, MO.  She was buried about 1903 in Bellevue Presbyterian Cemetery, Caledonia, MO.2  She died about 1903 in Washington Co, MO.2 

The Bellevue article shows Elizabeth's name as Malvina. 

Dabney Samuel IMBODEN and Elizabeth (IMBODEN) had the following children:

179 i. MARY J.5 was born 1863

180 ii. PHILLIP CHARLES was born February 1864

iii. DAVID (1869) was born about 1869 in Washington Co, MO.2,5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Bellevue, Washington Co, MO.  He died before 1900 in Bismarck, St Francis Co, MO.2  He was buried in Odd Fellows, Cemetery, Bismarck, MO.

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

181 iv. WILLIAM D. was born July 1874

82. JOHN H.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on May 17, 1818 in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.15,29,30  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  He died on Oct 1, 1861 in Randolph Co, AR.30  He was buried on Oct 3, 1861 in Black Cemetery, Randolph Co, AR.30  Black Cemetery is 1 mile north of Blacks Ferry Road and 1/4 mile east of Eleven Point River in Randolph County Arkansas. 

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

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 were married on May 7, 1845 in Randolph Co, AR.15,29,31,32  Margurite S. BLACK (daughter of William BLACK) was born in 1826 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15,29  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  She was listed as the head in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  She died after 1870 in an unknown location.5 

John H. IMBODEN and Margurite S. BLACK had the following children:

i. MARY E.5 was born about 1845 in Lawrence Co, AR.5  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Randolph Co, AR. 

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.

182 ii. LUTHER S. was born about 1848

iii. BLANCH was born in 1850 in Randolph Co, AR.5,29  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR.

Blanch IMBODEN and John D. BROWN were married on Mar 25, 1875 in Randolph Co, AR.32  John D. BROWN was born about 1849 in an unknown location. 

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.

iv. LUCY was born about 1852 in Randolph Co, AR.5,29  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  She was enumerated with her parents in the 1860 and 1870 census.

Lucy IMBODEN and William H. MEANS were married on Feb 11, 1875 in Randolph Co, AR.32  William H. MEANS was born about 1851 in an unknown location.  His birth date is estimated from his marriage date. 

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

v. BIRDIE was born in 1856 in Randolph Co, AR.5,29  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  She died on Nov 16, 1873 in Randolph Co, AR.30  She was buried on Nov 19, 1873 in Black Cemetery, Randolph Co, AR.30

vi. PATRICK H. was born on Aug 29, 1858 in Randolph Co, AR.5,29,30  He was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1860 and 1870 census.  He died on Jul 24, 1888 in Randolph Co, AR.30  He was buried on Jul 26, 1888 in Masonic Cemetery, Pocahontas, Randolph Co,  AR.30 

Patrick was accidently 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 as dying in 1888 but the 1880 census does not list any Imbodens in Arkansas except for freed slaves who adopted this name at the time.

Patrick H. IMBODEN and J. H. (IMBODEN) were married about 1881 in Lawrence Co, AR.30  J. H. (IMBODEN) was born on Mar 15, 1861 in an unknown location.30  She died on Oct 1, 1899 in Randolph Co, AR.30  She was buried on Oct 4, 1899 in Masonic Cemetery, Pocahontas, Randolph Co,  AR.30

vii. JOHN (1860) was born about 1860 in Randolph Co, AR.5,29  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  He died about 1875 in Pocahantas, Randolph Co, AR.29 

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

83. ANDREW H.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born about 1820 in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.5,15,29  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  He died on Mar 15, 1855 in Powhatan, Lawrence Co, AR.15,29 

     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."
     Andrew's will was dated March 6, 1855 and he died on the 15th.  It appears he may have been sick or injured in battle and knew he would not survive.
     From the centennial publication, "Andrew distinguished himself as a 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 for many  years.
     Andrew'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 Andrew'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 were married in 1848 in Lawrence Co, AR.29  Lucinda Emiline FICKLIN (daughter of John A. FICKLIN) was born about 1830 in MO.15,29  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Lawrence Co, AR. 

Andrew H. IMBODEN and Lucinda Emiline FICKLIN had the following children:

186 i. MARTHA5 was born about 1855

84. MARGARET E.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born about 1823 in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.15,29  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  She died about Oct  1854 in Lawrence Co, AR.15

Margaret E. IMBODEN and William S. SMITH were married about 1839 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15  William S. SMITH was born about 1812 in KY.5  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  William was listed as a blacksmith in the 1850 census. 

Margaret E. IMBODEN and William S. SMITH had the following children:

i. WATSON L.5 was born about 1840 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15  He was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.

ii. EMMA B. was born about 1842 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.

iii. BENJAMIN ROBERT was born about 1843 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15  He was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.

iv. SARAH W. was born about 1846 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.

v. WILLIAM F. was born about Apr  1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15  He was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.

85. JANE T.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Apr 8, 1824 in Caledonia, Washington Co, MO.15,29  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  She was enumerated with her parents in the 1850 census.  She was listed as the head in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  She died on Dec 30, 1896 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.29,34 

     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 were married on Nov 11, 1850 in Lawrence Co, AR.15,29,34  John T. BRIDGES (son of John BRIDGES and Cyntha SPIVEY) was born about 1823 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15,29  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  He died about 1858 in Lawrence Co, AR.59 

     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 miles 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. 

Jane T. IMBODEN and John T. BRIDGES had the following children:

i. JANE (1852)5 was born in 1852 in Lawrence Co, AR.34  She died in 1852 in Lawrence Co, AR.34  She was buried in 1852 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.34  She is buried in the Hope Cemetery.

ii. JAY was born in 1852 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.34  He died in 1852 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.34  He is buried in the Hope Cemetery.  He was buried in 1852 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.34

iii. B. E. was born in 1854 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.34  B. E. BRIDGES died in 1857 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.34  B. E. BRIDGES was buried in 1857 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.34  Buried in the Hope Cemetery.

iv. J. F. was born in 1854 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.34  J. F. BRIDGES died in 1857 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.34  J. F. BRIDGES was buried in 1857 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.34  Buried in the Hope Cemetery.

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

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

Jane T. IMBODEN and William F. FERGUSON were married on Jan 21, 1863 in Randolph Co, AR.32  William F. FERGUSON was born about 1823 in an unknown location.29  He died in Jun  1865 in Near Williford, Sharp Co, AR.29 

Jane T. IMBODEN and William F. FERGUSON had the following children:

i. LIZZIE5 was born in 1853 in Sharp Co, AR.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR. 

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.  Her mother was also married to John T. Bridges prior to William and Lizzie's last name may have also been Bridges.

189 ii. WILLIAM (WILLIE) was born about 1865

86. CATHERINE S.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born about 1837 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15,29  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  She was enumerated with her parents in the 1850 census.  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  She died before 1870 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.5

Catherine S. IMBODEN and Green R. JONES were married about 1856 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,29  Green R. JONES was born about 1823 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,29  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR.  He died after 1870 in Pocahantas, Randolph Co, AR.5 

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, AR.  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. 

Catherine S. IMBODEN and Green R. JONES had the following children:

190 i. MINNIE B.5 was born 1857

ii. MARY H. was born about 1858 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.5,29  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR.

iii. CHARLES R.  was born in 1862 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.5,29  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 14, 1870 taken in Randolph Co, AR.

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

87. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN.4 IMBODEN (Benjamin3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Feb 19, 1841 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15,29  He was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 census.  He died on Apr 5, 1859 in Imboden, Lawrence Co, AR.15 

 

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Mary Elezabeth Ficklin
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     Benjamin's wife, Mary, and Andrew'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 belive 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 fathers 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. Ficklin's 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 were married on Dec 16, 1857 in Randolph Co, AR.29,32  Mary Elezabeth FICKLIN (daughter of John A. FICKLIN) was born about 1838 in Lawrence Co, AR.5,15,29  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Lawrence Co, AR. 

     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." 

Benjamin Franklin IMBODEN and Mary Elezabeth FICKLIN had the following children:

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

88. JOHN DANIEL4 IMBODEN (George (1793)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Feb 16, 1823 in Augusta Co, VA.2,3,9  He was listed as the head in the census on Jul 27, 1850 taken in Augusta Co, VA.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jun 11, 1860 taken in Augusta Co, VA.  He was listed as the head in the census on Aug 20, 1870 taken in Henrico Co, VA.  He died on Aug 15, 1895 in Damascus, Washington Co, VA.3,9,36  He was buried on Aug 17, 1895 in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond VA.36 

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General John G. Imboden
Image from Library Of  Congress Archives

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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.

     The 1850 census shows the value of John's real estate at $2,000 and by 1860 it had 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 know 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 Strasgburg.  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 Fisherville 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 were married on Jun 26, 1845 in Augusta Co, VA.3,4,5  Eliza MCCUE (daughter of Franklin MCCUE and Jane (MCCUE)) was born on Aug 31, 1823 in Augusta Co, VA.3,5,9  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jul 27, 1850 taken in Augusta Co, VA.  She was buried in Nov  1857 in Tinkling Spring Cemetery, Augusta Co, VA.3  She died on Nov 23, 1857 in Augusta Co, VA.3,9,17 

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

John Daniel IMBODEN and Eliza MCCUE had the following children:

193 i. JANE CRAWFORD5 was born November 28, 1847

ii. ISABELLA (1849) was born on Dec 6, 1849 in Augusta Co, VA.3,5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jul 27, 1850 taken in Augusta Co, VA.  She died on Jul 27, 1852 in Augusta Co, VA.3  She was buried about Jul 30, 1852 in Tinkling Spring Cemetery, Augusta Co, VA.3

iii. MARTHA RUSSELL was born on Mar 29, 1852 in Augusta Co, VA.3,5,9  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 11, 1860 taken in Augusta Co, VA.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 20, 1870 taken in Henrico Co, VA.  She was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Knox Co, TN. 

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 on Jun 21, 1855 in Augusta Co, VA.3,5  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 11, 1860 taken in Augusta Co, VA.  He was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 20, 1870 taken in Henrico Co, VA.

v. GEORGE W. (1857) was born in Apr  1857 in Augusta Co, VA.3,5,9  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 11, 1860 taken in Augusta Co, VA.  He died on Dec 3, 1862 in Augusta Co, VA.3,17  He was buried in Dec  1862 in Tinkling Spring Cemetery, Augusta Co, VA.3

John Daniel IMBODEN and Mary Wilson MCPHAIL were married on May 12, 1859 in Augusta Co, VA.3,5,9  Mary Wilson MCPHAIL (daughter of John Blair MCPHAIL) was born about 1834 in Charlotte Co, VA.3,5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 11, 1860 taken in Augusta Co, VA.  She died on Sep 1, 1865 in Mulbury Hill, Charolette Co, VA.3,9 

John Daniel IMBODEN and Mary Wilson MCPHAIL had the following children:

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

vii. MARY W. was born on Nov 12, 1861 in Augusta Co, VA.3,9  She died on Apr 28, 1862 in Mulbury Hill, Charolette Co, VA.3,9

viii. JOHN D.was born on Jul 21, 1863 in Augusta Co, VA.3,5,9  He was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 20, 1870 taken in Henrico Co, VA.  He died in 1877 in Augusta Co, VA.9

John Daniel IMBODEN and Edna PORTER were married on Oct 2, 1866 in Henrico Co, VA.3,9  Edna PORTER (daughter of William PORTER Commadore) was born about 1825 in Washington Co, VA.3,9  She died on Mar 6, 1870 in Richmond, Henrico Co, VA.3

John Daniel IMBODEN and Annie Harper LOCKETT were married on Mar 15, 1871 in Lombardy Grove, Mecklenburg Co, VA.3,9,35  Annie Harper LOCKETT was born on Jan 7, 1851 in Mecklenburg Co, VA.3,9  She died in 1888 in Richmond, Henrico Co, VA.3 

John Daniel IMBODEN and Annie Harper LOCKETT had the following children:

ix. HELEN MCGUIRE was born on May 5, 1874 in Henrico Co, VA.3,9

Helen Mcguire IMBODEN and John T. TROUT were married about 1893 in VA.9  John T. TROUT was born about 1873 in Roanoke, Salem Co, VA.3,9

John Daniel IMBODEN and Florance Johnston CROCKETT were married after 1875 in Henrico Co, VA.3,9  Florance Johnston CROCKETT was born in Apr  1860 in Washington Co, VA.5  She was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Washington Co, VA.  She died on Feb 2, 1908 in Bristol, TN ?.3

89. ELISA CATHERINE4 IMBODEN (George (1793)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on May 20, 1833 in Augusta Co, VA.3,9  She died on Aug 6, 1892 in Saltville, Augusta Co, VA.3,9

Elisa Catherine IMBODEN and John Thomas GIBSON were married on Jan 8, 1857 in Augusta Co, VA.3,9  John Thomas GIBSON was born on Nov 25, 1831 in Lewis Co, WV.9  He died on Jul 20, 1862 in VA.9 

Elisa Catherine IMBODEN and John Thomas GIBSON had the following children:

196 i. GEORGE WILLIAM5 was born October 26, 1857

ii. infant boy Gibson was born on Mar 22, 1860 in an unknown location.61  Infant boy GIBSON died on Mar 22, 1860 in an unknown location.61

197 iii. MARIE BELLE was born February 5, 1861

91. FRANCIS MARION4 IMBODEN (George (1793)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Feb 18, 1841 in Staunton, Augusta Co, VA.2,3,5,9  He was listed as the head in the census on Jun 11, 1860 taken in Augusta Co, VA.  He was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 20, 1870 taken in Henrico Co, VA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Washington Co, VA.  He died on Jun 7, 1929 in Roanoke, Washington Co, VA.3  He was buried in Jun  1929 in East Hill Cemetery, Bristol VA.3 

     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 Marshall 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 Central America where Captain Imboden was to build a railroad.  He built the first railroad across the continent and established a water system in Leguciagalpa (sp?) and other cities there.  He became friends with President Bogram (sp?) for whose government he was doing this work.  In the revolution against the government, the Americans fought vigorously in the defense of President Bogram (sp?).  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 were married on Oct 20, 1881 in Saltville, Washington Co, VA.3,5,9  Nantie PALMER was born in Mar  1850 in Syracuse, NY.3,5,9   She died after 1900 in Bristol, Washington Co, VA.3   She was buried in East Hill Cemetery.

     The Wunderlich article indicates Nantie was born in Bristol, VA. but the census records indicate she was born in NY.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Washington Co, VA. 

Francis Marion IMBODEN and Nantie PALMER had the following children:

i. JAMES M.5  was born on Aug 31, 1883 in Washington Co, VA.3,5,9  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Washington Co, VA.  He was listed as a lodger in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Cook Co, IL.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Charleston, Ranawha Co, WV. 

     James was enumerated with a Donald Ritchie in the 1910 census and is 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.

James M. IMBODEN and Marie M. (IMBODEN) were married about 1915 in an unknown location.5  Marie M. (IMBODEN) was born about 1893 in WV.5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Charleston, Ranawha Co, WV.

199 ii. ISABELLA WUNDERLICH was born July 31, 1885

iii. CARRIE M. was born on May 20, 1887 in Washington Co, VA.5,9  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Washington Co, VA.

iv. FRANK MOSHER Jr. was born on Jul 10, 1889 in Washington Co, VA.5,9  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Washington Co, VA.

v. ANITA C. was born on Jun 18, 1891 in Washington Co, VA.5,9  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Washington Co, VA.

92. JAMES ADAM4 IMBODEN (George (1793)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Aug 14, 1843 in Augusta Co, VA.2,3,5,9  He was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Braxton Co, WV.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1860 census.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Rockfish, Nelson Co, VA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Fayette Co, WV.  He was listed as a father-in-law in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Fayette Co, WV.  He died on Apr 1, 1928 in Arlington, Fairfax Co, VA.3,38  He was buried in Apr  1928 in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA.3 

     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 reenterred in a double grave with her husband.  He was a 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.
     He and his wife are shown as the parents of Jacob Thomas in the marriage license for Jacob and Lelia V. Matthews.

James Adam IMBODEN and Elisabeth Shepherd SMITH were married on Dec 27, 1870 in Augusta Co, VA.3,5,9  Elisabeth Shepherd SMITH was born in Jun  1846 in Albemarle, Stanly Co, NC.5,9  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Rockfish, Nelson Co, VA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Fayette Co, WV.  She died before 1928 in Clarendon, Nelson Co, VA.3  She was buried in Apr  1928 in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA.3  See the text note for her husband. 

James Adam IMBODEN and Elisabeth Shepherd SMITH had the following children:

200 i. MARY BELLE5 was born November 27, 1871

201 ii. GEORGE ROBERT was born May 17, 1873

202 iii. LILLIE CARROLL was born May 1, 1877

iv. JAMES GORDON was born on May 12, 1879 in Nelson Co, VA.3,5,9  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Rockfish, Nelson Co, VA.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Fayette Co, WV.

v. FRANK CLIFTON was born on Dec 5, 1880 in Nelson Co, VA.3,5,9  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Fayette Co, WV.

vi. JOHN D. was born on Oct 31, 1882 in Elk Park, Avery Co, NC.3,9  He died on Jul 18, 1890 in Nelson Co, VA.9

203 vii. JACOB Thomas (Jake) was born on Apr 23, 1884.

viii. SARAH ELIZABETH was born on Sep 17, 1886 in Mendota, Bristol Co, VA.3,5,8,62  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Fayette Co, WV.  She died in Jun  1962 in Washington, DC.62 

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

ix. WALTER M. was born on Aug 31, 1888 in Mendota, Bristol Co, VA.3,5,9  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Fayette Co, WV.

The information on the marriage certificate for Walter's brother, Jacob, shows it was completed by Walter W. Imboden.  What I wrote down when copying the 1900 census records shows Walter M.

93. JACOB PECK4 IMBODEN (George (1793)3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Sep 15, 1846 in Augusta Co, VA.3,9  He was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Braxton Co, WV.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1860 census.  He died on Dec 5, 1899 in San Pedro, Honduras C.A..3,9  He was buried on Dec 7, 1899 in San Pedro Cemetery, near Puerto Cortez, Honduras C. A..3 

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 to the WunderFam, he was assassinated in San Pedro, Honduras Central America. 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 his brother Francis (Frank) Imboden) with whom he had an altercation.

Jacob Peck IMBODEN and Johnnie Rebecca MIMMS were married on Dec 21, 1869 in Eddyville, Lyon Co, KY.3,9  Johnnie Rebecca MIMMS was born about 1845 in LA.3,9  She died on Dec 21, 1872 in Richmond, Henrico Co, VA.3

Jacob Peck IMBODEN and Annie S. DICKINSON were married on Dec 17, 1874 in Fayette Co, WV.3,9  Annie S. DICKINSON was born in Jan  1846 in Fayette Co, WV.5,63  One census record shows Annie was born in 1846.  She was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Fayettville, Fayette Co, WV.  It appears Jacob was away from from home at the time the census was taken.  She was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Fayette Co, WV.  She died on Jun 30, 1938 in Anstead, Fayette Co, WV.63  She was buried on Jul 3, 1938 in Shannon Dale, Fayette Co, WV.63 

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 Angie, the wife of George W. 

Jacob Peck IMBODEN and Annie S. DICKINSON had the following children:

i. FRANK BLISS5 was born on Sep 5, 1875 in Fayettville, Fayette Co, WV.3,5,9  The Wonderlich Family shows Frank was born March 1874 which was probably taken from the census records since they both agree.  The Virginia Family Bible shows September 5, 1875 which is probably correct.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Fayettville, Fayette Co, WV.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1880 census.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Fayette Co, WV.  He died before 1910 in WV.5 

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

Frank Bliss IMBODEN and Anna Mary ROBSON were married about 1894 in VA ?.3,5  Anna Mary ROBSON  (daughter of James S. ROBSON and Belle NUGEN) was born on Jan 6, 1876 in Fayette Co, WV.63  The 1900 census shows Anna was born April 1876.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Fayette Co, WV.  She died of cerebral hemorages on Feb 26, 1958 in Charleston, Kanawha Co, WV.63 

 The name's of Anna's parents were taken from her death certificate.

ii. GEORGE HUDSON was born about 1878 in Fayettville, Fayette Co, WV.5,9  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Fayettville, Fayette Co, WV.  He was listed as a lodger in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Boyd Co, KY.  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 a Isaac Halsted.  I believe these are both the same person and probably moved between census count which is not uncommon.  A Nelson Imboden, son of David Calvin, was also a boarder with Martha Walegh in 1910.

205 iii. GURTRUDE MIMMS was born October 1879

94. JOHN A.4 IMBODEN (Henry3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born about 1832 in Rockbridge Co, VA.5  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jul 27, 1850 taken in Rockbridge Co, VA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 census.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jun 8, 1860 taken in Rockbridge Co, VA.  He was listed as the head in the census on Aug 18, 1870 taken in Amelia Co, VA. 

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) were married about 1854 in Rockbridge Co, VA.5  Matilda (IMBODEN) was born about 1830 in Rockbridge Co, VA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 18, 1870 taken in Amelia Co, VA. 

John A. IMBODEN and Matilda (IMBODEN) had the following children:

i. JAMES5 was born about 1855 in Amelia Co, VA.5  He was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 18, 1870 taken in Amelia Co, VA.

ii. SUSAN (1857) was born about 1857 in Amelia Co, VA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 18, 1870 taken in Amelia Co, VA.

iii. MATILDA was born about 1865 in Amelia Co, VA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 18, 1870 taken in Amelia Co, VA.

97. JOHN DAVID4 IMBODEN (David3, Johannes2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born about 1825 in MO.5,6  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Carroll Co, LA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Madison Co, TX. 

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 Elizabeth 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 Louisa B. (IMBODEN) were married about 1845 in LA.5  Louisa B. (IMBODEN) was born in 1828 in LA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1850 taken in Carroll Co, LA.  She died before 1880 in an unknown location.5

John David IMBODEN and Elizabeth B. (IMBODEN) were married about 1860 in LA.5  Elizabeth B. (IMBODEN) was born on Jan 15, 1834 in MS.5,64  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Madison Co, TX.  She died on Nov 20, 1895 in Rusk, Cherokee Co, TX.64  She is buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery.  

John David IMBODEN and Elizabeth B. (IMBODEN) had the following children:

206 i. WILEY M.5 was born April 1861

ii. LEONARD B. was born in Sep  1864 in TX.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Madison Co, TX.  He was listed as an inmate in the census in Jun  1900 taken in county jail, Jackson Co, MO. 

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

iii. J. DUNKLIN Jr. was born on Jul 22, 1872 in Madison Co, TX.5,64  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Madison Co, TX.  He died on Jul 3, 1896 in Rusk, Cherokee Co, TX.64  He is buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery.

98. JOHN ADAM4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on May 19, 1818 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  He was listed as the head in the census on Aug 12, 1850 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jun 22, 1860 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jul 25, 1870 taken in Decatur, Macon Co, IL. 

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 Wunderlich 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 were married on Dec 21, 1843 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,9  Sarah Elizabeth MARK was born on Aug 7, 1818 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 12, 1850 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 22, 1860 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jul 25, 1870 taken in Decatur, Macon Co, IL. 

John Adam IMBODEN and Sarah Elizabeth MARK had the following children:

207 i. CYRUS MARK5 was born January 2, 1845

ii. SIMON GEORGE was born on Oct 28, 1846 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  He died on Oct 7, 1847 in Lebanon Co, PA.9

208 iii. ADAM HENRY was born January 4, 1848

iv. EDWIN was born on Dec 23, 1849 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  He died on Dec 28, 1849 in Lebanon Co, PA.9

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

210 vi. DAVID CALVIN was born June 19, 1854

211 vii. JOHN GEORGE was born March 25, 1856

212 viii. FRANKLIN WILLIAM was born December 25, 1857

ix. WILLIAM FRANKLIN was born on Dec 25, 1857 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  He died on Aug 2, 1859 in Lebanon Co, PA.9

99. MARIA CATHERINE4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Mar 11, 1820 in Lebanon Co, PA.9,25  She died on May 24, 1850 in Lebanon Co, PA.9,25   She is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA.

Maria Catherine IMBODEN and John Albert WARD were married on Oct 22, 1840 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.9  John Albert WARD was born on Dec 31, 1819 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.9,25  He died on Dec 24, 1892 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.25  He is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA.

Maria Catherine IMBODEN and John Albert WARD had the following children:

i. AMANDA5 was born on Oct 14, 1841 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.9

Amanda WARD and John WALTERS were married about 1860 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  John WALTERS was born about 1840 in Lebanon Co, PA.9

100. ELIZABETH4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Nov 20, 1820 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1,9  She died on Feb 15, 1854 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1

Elizabeth IMBODEN and Henry D. CARMANY were married about 1839 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  Henry D. CARMANY was born on May 1, 1816 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  He died on Mar 5, 1871 in Lebanon Co, PA.9 

Elizabeth IMBODEN and Henry D. CARMANY had the following children:

i. MARIA5 was born about 1840 in Lebanon Co, PA.9

ii. ADAM was born in 1844 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  He died on Dec 13, 1861 in an unknown location.9 

Adam was killed in battle during the Civil War.

iii. ANNA LIZZIE was born about 1846 in Lebanon Co, PA.9

Anna Lizzie CARMANY and Charles M. GEORGE were married about 1865 in Lebanon Co, PA.11  Charles M. GEORGE was born about 1845 in South Bend, IN.9

101. JEREMIAH4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Jan 31, 1823 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5,25  He was listed as the head in the census on Sep 3, 1850 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He died on Aug 29, 1887 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.25  He is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA. 

     Jeremia 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 Jeremiah. Because neither are listed in the 1860 census, probably because of the civil war, she is not shown. Because of the gap in birth 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. 

Jeremiah IMBODEN and Elizabeth Early were married about 1843 in Lebanon, PA.5  Elizabeth Early was born on Nov 20, 1820 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5,67  She was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 3, 1850 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She died on Mar 15, 1854 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.67 

Jeremiah IMBODEN and Elizabeth (1825) (IMBODEN) had the following children.

i. ELIZABETH (1850)5 was born about 1850 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 3, 1850 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.

ii. CAROLINE was born about 1852 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.

iii. Daniel Moses was born on Feb 28, 1854 in Lebanon Co, PA.41  He was baptized on Mar 5, 1854 in Lebanon Co, PA.41  He died on Mar 9, 1857 in Lebanon Co, PA.67 

Jeremiah IMBODEN and Anna (Ann) Dohner were married about 1855 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  Anna (Ann) Dohner was born about 1824 in an unknown location.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 28, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She died on Dec 19, 1879 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.24  She is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA. 

Jeremiah IMBODEN and Anna (Ann) Dohner had the following children.

i. ANN5 was born about 1854 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a domestic servant in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.

215 v. SAMUEL D. was born on Feb 11, 1856

vi. CATHERINE was born about 1858 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.

vii. SARAH D. was born on Dec 14, 1860 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5,25  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She died on Jun 29, 1932 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.25  She is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA.

viii. LEAH (1864) was born about 1864 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.

ix. JOHN D. was born about 1865 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a lodger in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Berks Co, PA.  John was enumerated as a lodger with John A. Esterly in Berks Co, PA in 1900.

x. JACOB (1866) was born about 1866 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He died before 1880 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5 

I did not find Jacob in the 1880 or later census.  I believe he may have died before 1880.

216 xi. ADAM D. was born April 29, 1868

217 xii. DANIEL D. was born January 1870

218 xiii. AARON D. was born May 14, 1871

102. JOHN HENRY4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Apr 2, 1825 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5,25  He was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 3, 1850 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 census.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He died on Jan 7, 1896 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.25  He is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA. 

John is shown as Henry in the 1850 and 1870 census.  It appears he did not like using the name John that his father and two brothers had.  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.

John Henry IMBODEN and Harriet Dayley were married about 1855 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5  Harriet Dayley was born on Mar 5, 1831 in Lebanon, PA.5,25  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a servant in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Dauphin Co, PA.  She died on Jun 29, 1903 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.25  She is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA.  

John Henry IMBODEN and Harriet DAYLEY had the following children:

i. EMMA5 was born about 1857 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 29, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.

104. JOHN ADAM4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Apr 9, 1826 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,8,9  He was christened on May 30, 1826 in Lebanon Co, PA.8  He was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 12, 1850 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jul 28, 1870 taken in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.  He died on Jan 11, 1884 in Decatur, Macon Co, IL ?.9 

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 the home of his brother John in the 1850 census.

John Adam IMBODEN and Leah CARMANY were married on Oct 15, 1850 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,9  Leah CARMANY was born on Jan 24, 1827 in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.5,9  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jul 28, 1870 taken in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.  She was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Decatur, Macon Co, IL. 

John Adam IMBODEN and Leah CARMANY had the following children:

219 i. AMOS5 was born October 1, 1853

220 ii. ELLA ELIZABETH was born October 1, 1853

221 iii. CATHERINE JANE was born March 1855

iv. MARIA LOUISA was born on Jan 5, 1861 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1,5,9  She was christened on May 19, 1861 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.1  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jul 28, 1870 taken in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.  She died on Jul 20, 1877 in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.9

v. ALICE MINERVA was born on Jul 13, 1864 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jul 28, 1870 taken in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.

vi. SARAH BELLE was born on Aug 12, 1866 in Lebanon Co, PA ?.9  She died on May 7, 1870 in Lebanon Co, PA ?.9    She was listed as a household member in the census on Jul 28, 1870 taken in Decatur, Macon Co, IL.

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

105 GEORGE H.4 IMBODEN (John Adam-3, John Adam-2, Johannes Schweickert-1) was born on Aug 23, 1828 in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5,25  He was listed as the head in the census on Aug 10, 1850 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census on Aug 18, 1870 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He died on Dec 6, 1916 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.25  He is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA. 

George is shown as a coach maker in the 1850 census and a laborer in the 1870 census with a personal estate of $300.

George H. IMBODEN and Maria PETRY were married about 1857 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  Maria PETRY was born in 1829 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5,25  She was listed as a wife in the census on Aug 18, 1870 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She died on Jul 22, 1896 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.25  She is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA. 

George H. IMBODEN and Maria PETRY had the following children:

222 i. GEORGE H.5 was born in May 1857..

223 ii. JOHN A. (1858) was born in May 1858.

iii. MELINDA was born about 1862 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 18, 1870 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.

iv. MOLLIE was born about 1866 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 18, 1870 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.

106. WILLIAM4 IMBODEN (John Adam3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born about 1829 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 19, 1850 taken in Palmera, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 census.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jun 24, 1860 taken in Palmera, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jun 10, 1870 taken in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH. 

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 IMBODEN and Mary (1835) (IMBODEN) were married about 1854 in OH.5  Mary (1835) (IMBODEN) was born about 1835 in OH.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 24, 1860 taken in Palmera, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 10, 1870 taken in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH. 

William IMBODEN and Mary (1835) (IMBODEN) had the following children:

i. CATHERINE E.5 was born about 1855 in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 24, 1860 taken in Palmera, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 10, 1870 taken in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.

ii. JANE (1857) was born about 1857 in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 24, 1860 taken in Palmera, Lebanon Co, PA.  She died before Jun 10, 1870 in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.5 

Jane is not shown in the 1870 census, she may have died before this date as she would have been only 13 years old.

iii. LALU was born about 1866 in Montgomery Co, OH.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 10, 1870 taken in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.

224 iv. WILLIAM C. was born December 1868

225 v. CLARENCE H. was born in June 1867.

vi. MAGGIE (1874) was born about 1874 in Montgomery Co, OH.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Miami, Montgomery Co, OH.

107. MARY [1817] IMBODEN4 (Henrich (1796)-3, John Adam-2, Johannes Schweickert-1) was born about 1817 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 8, 1850 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.

Mary [1817] IMBODEN and George RIGLER were married about 1842 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  George RIGLER was born about 1817 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as the head in the census on Aug 8, 1850 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA. 

George is shown in the 1850 census as a butcher with a real estate value of $2,400. 

Mary [1817] IMBODEN and George RIGLER had the following children:

i. MARGARET5 was born about 1843 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 8, 1850 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.

ii. MARY was born about 1845 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 8, 1850 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.

iii. ALBERT was born about 1849 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 8, 1850 taken in Millerest, Lebanon Co, PA.

108. GEORGE (1838)4 IMBODEN (John Henry3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Sep 14, 1838 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 17, 1850 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 22, 1860 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 and 1860 census.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He died on Aug 29, 1921 in Lebanon, PA.42  He was buried on Sep 1, 1921 in Lebenon, PA.42  He is buried in Ebenezer Cemetery. 

     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 re-enlisted as Veteran Vol Brandy Station, VA on January 1, 1864.  He was 23 years old, 5' 7 3/4", light complexion, grey 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 were married on Oct 14, 1866 in Lebanon, PA.5  Mary Ann GEBHARD was born about 1841 in Lebanon, PA.5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She died on Jul 18, 1885 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  When verifying source information in 2008 after purchasing a new genealogy software, I find an exact date for Mary's death which could not have come from census records.  I can not find who actually furnished me this date.  She does not show up in the 1890 census. 

George (1838) IMBODEN and Mary Ann GEBHARD had the following children:

i. EDWARD Luther Gebhard5 was born on Sep 22, 1867 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,41  He was baptized on Nov 17, 1867 in Lebanon Co, PA.41  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a lodger in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Berks Co, PA.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Lebanon Co, PA. 

     Edward was enumerated with his parents in the 1880 and 1900 census.  He appears to have been listed twice in the 1900 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 but no children.

Edward Luther Gebhard IMBODEN and Rebeeca (IMBODEN) were married about 1905 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  Rebeeca (IMBODEN) was born about 1875 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.

ii. JOHN DEIHA was born on Jul 7, 1871 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,41  He was baptized on Sep 29, 1871 in Lebanon Co, PA.41  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  John is listed in the 1900 census at age 28 and 1920 census at age 48 as still living with his parents.

iii. CAROLINE NAOMI was born on Feb 7, 1878 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.

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

110. HENRY (1844)4 IMBODEN (John Henry3, John Adam2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Sep  1844 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 17, 1850 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 22, 1860 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 and 1860 census.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Hoffman, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA. 

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 son-in-law, Hiram M. Bufflap, living here and a grandson, Harry C. Imboden, born August 1894 in Lebanon Co. PA.  Henry must have had a son to have a grandson with the last name Imboden or Harry C. was born out of wedlock..

Henry (1844) IMBODEN and Isabella BRICKER were married about 1868 in Lebanon, PA.5  Isabella BRICKER was born about 1848 in Lebanon, PA.5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Hoffman, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a mother-in-law in the census in Jan  1920 taken 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. 

Henry (1844) IMBODEN and Isabella BRICKER had the following children:

i. Elizabeth Sophia5 was born on Jun 17, 1871 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,8  She was baptized on Aug 17, 1871 in Salem Luthuran Church.8  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Hoffman, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was enumerated with her parents in the 1880 census. 

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 49 at the time of marriage in 1924.  He was divorced from a previous wife on July 23, 1903.

Elizabeth Sophia IMBODEN and Samuel D. FERNSLER were married on Oct 11, 1924 in Lebanon Co, PA.41  Samuel D. FERNSLER was born in 1875 in an unknown location.41

ii. Rebecca Sondra was born on Aug 15, 1872 in Lebanon Co, PA.41  She was baptized on Mar 24, 1873 in Lebanon Co, PA.41

iii. Mary Ellen was born on Jun 15, 1875 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,41  She was baptized on Sep 25, 1875 in Lebanon Co, PA.41  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Hoffman, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.

iv. BESSIE W. was born in Feb  1884 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.

111. HENRICH4 IMBODEN (Henrich3, John George2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Jun  1830 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5,8  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Warren, Marion Co, IN.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN. 

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

Henrich IMBODEN and Sarah R. (IMBODEN) were married about 1855 in Lebanon, PA.5  Sarah R. (IMBODEN) was born in Oct  1835 in OH.5  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Warren, Marion Co, IN.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN. 

Henrich IMBODEN and Sarah R. (IMBODEN) had the following children:

i. CARRIE5 was born about 1858 in Warren, Marion Co, IN.5  She was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Warren, Marion Co, IN.

ii. HARRY M.(1860) was born in Jun  1860 in IN.5  He was listed as a household member in the census in Jun  1860 taken in Warren, Marion Co, IN.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Mercer Co, OH.

Harry M.(1860) IMBODEN and Fannie (IMBODEN) were married after 1900 in an unknown location.5  Fannie (IMBODEN) was born about 1870 in OH.5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Mercer Co, OH.

iii. WARREN (1863) was born about 1863 in IN.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.

iv. WILLIAM FRANK was born in Jul  1865 in IN.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN. 

William is shown in the 1880 census but his name is shown as Frank in the 1900 census.  The birth dates indicate these are the same person since both census were  taken in the same place.  It does seem odd that he is listed as a son at age 34.

v. KATE (1869) was born about 1869 in IN.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.

vi. ANNIE (1871) was born about 1871 in IN.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.

vii. CORWIN (1874) was born in Jul  1874 in IN.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Cicero, Tipton Co, IN.

114. SAMUEL K.4 IMBODEN (Samuel David3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Jun 19, 1843 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5,18  He was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 18, 1850 taken in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 census.  He was listed as the head in the census on Aug 9, 1870 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He died on Dec 14, 1918 in an unknown location.18 

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 were married on Dec 8, 1864 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,18  Juliann HEILMAN was born in Oct  1840 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 9, 1870 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA. 

Juliann Heilman is the daughter of Daniel Heilman and Elizabeth Boger and the sister of William R. (1838) Imboden's wife Elizabeth. 

Samuel K. IMBODEN and Juliann HEILMAN had the following children:

i. ELLEN was born on Aug 30, 1865 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5,18  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 9, 1870 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  She died on Jan 31, 1872 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.18

230 ii. ALBERT H.5 was born April 1867

231 iii. SAMUEL H. was born November 1870

iv. RAYMOND D. was born in Aug  1873 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1880 census.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.

Raymond D. IMBODEN and Lillie E. (IMBODEN) were married about 1893 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  Lillie E. (IMBODEN) was born in Oct  1876 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.

v. CORA E. was born in Sep  1876 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.

vi. MORRIS (1879) was born about 1879 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.

116. WILLIAM R.4 IMBODEN (Wilhelm (William R.)3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Dec 9, 1838 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5,18  He was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 18, 1850 taken in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 census.  He was listed as the head in the census on Jun 28, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He died on May 9, 1884 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.18 

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

William R. IMBODEN and Elizabeth (Lizzie) HEILMAN were married on Dec 24, 1863 in Lebanon, PA.5,18  Elizabeth (Lizzie) HEILMAN was born about 1844 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 28, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as an aunt of Morris H. Wilhelm in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Lebanon Co, PA. 

     Elizabeth is the daughter of Daniel Heilman and Elizabeth Boger and sister of Samuel K. Imboden's wife, Juliann Heilman. 

William R. IMBODEN and Elizabeth (Lizzie) HEILMAN had the following children:

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

ii. EDWIN was born on Nov 4, 1868 in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.5,18  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 28, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He died on Jun 16, 1892 in an unknown location.18

117. DANIEL4 IMBODEN Jr. (Daniel3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Nov 1, 1840 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,9  He was listed as the head in the census on Aug 11, 1870 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  Daniel is shown as a laborer in the 1870 census with no real estate value.

Daniel IMBODEN Jr. and Sophia EMERICH were married in Nov  1867 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,9  Sophia EMERICH was born about 1841 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 11, 1870 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA. 

Daniel IMBODEN Jr. and Sophia EMERICH had the following children:

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

120. PHILIP (1845)4 IMBODEN (George (1814)3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Apr  1845 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5,21  He was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 18, 1850 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 census.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He died in 1914 in an unknown location.21 

A granddaughter, Susan Imboden, age 16 was enumerated with Philip in the 1910 census.  This may be Stella, the daughter of Isaac, using a nick name since the birth years are the same or a daughter of Grant although it appears he never married.

Philip (1845) IMBODEN and Catherine (Kate) SMITH were married about 1865 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,21  Catherine (Kate) SMITH was born in Jul  1845 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Lebanon Co, PA. 

Philip (1845) IMBODEN and Catherine (Kate) SMITH had the following children:

i. GRANT (1866)5 was born in Aug  1866 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.

235 ii. ISAAC C. was born July 1868

236 iii. SARAH (1871) was born about 1871.

iv. KATE (1875) was born about 1875 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.

121. GEORGE W. (1847)4 IMBODEN (George (1814)3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Apr 16, 1847 in an unknown location.5,21  He was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 18, 1850 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 census.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He died on Nov 17, 1925 in an unknown location.21

George W. (1847) IMBODEN and Amanda H. KILLIAN were married about 1868 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,21  Amanda H. KILLIAN was born in Jun  1849 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jan  1920 taken in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA. 

George W. (1847) IMBODEN and Amanda H. KILLIAN had the following children:

i. MARY E. (1869)5 was born about 1869 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jan  1920 taken in 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 Aug  1878 in Luzerne Co, PA.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.

122. JACOB (1849)4 IMBODEN (George (1814)3, John Philip2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born in Sep 16, 1849 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5,21,25  He was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 18, 1850 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jun 22, 1860 taken in Dauphin Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 and 1860 census.  He was listed as the head in the census on Aug 19, 1870 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Schuylkill Co, PA.  He died on Aug 22, 1924 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.25  He is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA. 

Jacob is enumerated in the 1860 census with John Risser and his wife Elizabeth in Conevago, Dauphin County PA. but no relationship is given.  It appears Elizabeth is a daughter of Samuel which would make 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 a 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 BLACK were married about 1866 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,21  Emma BLACK was born in Nov 13, 1850 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,24  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 19, 1870 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.  She died on Apr 19, 1904 in Lebanon Co, PA.25  She is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA. 

Jacob (1849) IMBODEN and Emma (1850) (IMBODEN) had the following children:

i. ALVERTA K.5 was born about 1874 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.

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

iii. SALLIE E. was born about 1878 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.

238 iv. WALTER S. was born in Jan  1880.

239 v. NORMAN B. was born July 1881

vi. HENRY A. was born in Oct  1887 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Lebanon Co, PA.

Jacob (1849) IMBODEN and Selina DAVIS were married after 1900 in Schuylkill Co, PA.5  Selina DAVIS was born on Jan 2, 1866 in England.5,25  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Schuylkill Co, PA.

Selina was shown in the 1920 census with the last name Moser but the Evergreen Cemetery records show it as Davis.  It is possible Moser was a married name from a previous marriage.  Selina and her birth date are shown on Jacobs tombstone in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA as a wife but it does not show the date of her death.  She may or may not be buried there.

123.  ADAM H.4 IMBODEN (George (1814)-3, John Philip-2, Johannes Schweickert-1) was born on Dec 11, 1851 in S. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5,21  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Schuykill Co, PA.  He died on Dec 3, 1908 in an unknown location.21

Adam H. IMBODEN and Sarah HERR were married about 1871 in Lebanon Co, PA.5,21  Sarah HERR was born in Jun  1855 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Schuykill Co, PA.  She was listed as a mother in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Schuykill Co, PA.  She was living with her son, Ira. 

Adam H. IMBODEN and Sarah HERR had the following children:

i. IDA (1873)5 was born about 1873 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.

ii. MORRIS (1879) was born about 1879 in Lebanon Co, PA.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.

240 iii. IRA C. was born on Oct 12, 1884.

iv. ADAM (1892) was born on Apr 28, 1891 in Schuylkill Co, PA.5,62  The 1900 census indicates Adam was born in April 1892.  The 1910 census indicates 1893 and the Social Security records show April 1891.  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Schuykill Co, PA.  He was listed as a brother in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Schuykill Co, PA.  He died in Nov  1975 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.62 

Adam was living with his brother Ira in the 1910 census along with is mother.

v. GEORGE (1898) was born on May 15, 1898 in Schuylkill Co, PA.5,62  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Schuykill Co, PA.  He was listed as a brother in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Schuykill Co, PA.  He was living with his brother, Ira, as was his mother.  He died in Nov  1969 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.62

126. FREDERICK JAMES4 IMBODEN (John-3, Fredrick M.-2, Johannes Schweickert-1) was born on Aug 13, 1838 in Union Co, KY.5,46  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Crittenden Co, KY.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Crittenden Co, KY.  He was listed as a brother in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Webster Co, KY.  He died on May 28, 1926 in Providence, Webster Co, KY.46 

Only Frederick and his daughter Melinda S. are shown in the 1900 census.  It appears his wife may have died by this date.  He is enumerated with a Rebecca Orr in the 1910 census and is shown as a brother.

Frederick James IMBODEN and Sallie WILLIAMS were married about 1856 in KY.5  Sallie WILLIAMS was born about 1838 in KY.5  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Crittenden Co, KY.  She died about 1882 in Crittenden Co, KY.5 

Frederick James IMBODEN and Sallie (1838) (IMBODEN) had the following children:

241 i. JOHN W.5 was born in Dec  1856.

242 ii.  JAMES F. (Jim) was born about 1863.

iii.  GEORGE (1866) was born about 1866 in KY.5  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Crittenden Co, KY.

iv.  FANNIE was born about 1871 in KY.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Crittenden Co, KY.

243 v. THOMAS J. was born in Jun  1872.

vi.  SALLIE B. was born about 1874 in KY.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Crittenden Co, KY.

vii.  HANNAH (1876) was born about 1876 in KY.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Crittenden Co, KY.

viii. MELINDA S. was born in May  1880 in KY.5  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Crittenden Co, KY.  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Crittenden Co, KY.

244 ix.  ROBERT E. was born in Aug 1882.

127. MARY REBECCA4 IMBODEN (John-3, Fredrick M.-2, Johannes Schweickert-1) was born on Dec 31, 1840 in KY.5,6  She was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1910 taken in Webster Co, KY.  She died on Jan 16, 1919 in KY.6  She is buried at Big Hill Cemetery in Providence, KY. 

     George Imboden's daughter Sarah is enumerated in the household of John Orr as a nice in the 1900 soundex.  The actual census record for John was not looked up.  It is also assumed that this is the husband of Rebecca Imboden/Orr shown as a sister of Frederick Imboden in the 1910 census.
     Rebecca is shown as head of household in the 1910 census.

Mary Rebecca IMBODEN and Dr. James M. WILLIAMS were married on Jan 1, 1861 in KY.6  Dr. James M. WILLIAMS was born on Feb 3, 1834 in Crittenden Co, KY.6  He died on Oct 30, 1869 in KY.6 

Mary Rebecca IMBODEN and Dr. James M. WILLIAMS had the following children:

i. CORDELIA5 WILLIAMS was born about 1871 in KY.7

Mary Rebecca IMBODEN and John Wilburn ORR were married about 1870 in KY.5,6  John Wilburn ORR was born on May 31, 1835 in an unknown location.5,6  He died on Apr 22, 1905 in Webster Co, KY.5,6 

Mary Rebecca IMBODEN and John Wilburn ORR had the following children:

i. KATTYE ORR was born about 1871 in KY.7

129. GEORGE (1845)4 IMBODEN (John3, Fredrick2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Jan 25, 1845 in KY.5,6,45,47  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Justin, Wise Co, TX.  He died on Feb 12, 1890 in KY.45,47 

Information from Alan Troupe, George's great grandson, shows George and Allie moved from TX back to KY along with their children where they died leaving the children parentless.  George and his family do not show up in the 1900 census in KY or TX.

George (1845) IMBODEN and Allie Elizabeth SKINNER were married on Oct 30, 1867 in KY.5,6,47  Allie Elizabeth SKINNER was born on Jun 22, 1850 in KY.5,6,45,47  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Justin, Wise Co, TX.  She died on Jan 22, 1886 in KY.45,47 

George (1845) IMBODEN and Allie Elizabeth SKINNER had the following children:

i. MALINDA5 was born on Nov 12, 1872 in TX.5,45,47  She was listed as a daughter in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Justin, Wise Co, TX. 

Information from Amy Coultas shows Malinda had four children which indicates she was married.  The children are Essie, Frank, Alvin and Lucy Kate.

245 ii. ALLIE ANN was born on Nov 24, 1875.

246 iii. JOHN FREDERICK was born in Jan 9, 1880.

iv. SARAH ELIZABETH was born in 1883 in TX.5  She was listed as a niece in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Webster Co, KY. 

Information from Alan Troupe shows George's youngest daughter's name as Elizabeth.  When doing research, I found a Sarah enumerated with an 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.  It is possible this name could be Elizabeth Sarah or Sarah Elizabeth or the Sarah shown in the census is a totally different person.

130   HUBBARD IMBODEN (Frederick-3, Fredrick M.-2, Johannes Schweickert-1) was born on Aug 17, 1858 in Webster Co, KY.104  He died on Sep 16, 1930 in Crittenden Co, KY.104  He is buried in Shady Grove cemetery, Shady Grove, Crittenden Co, KY.

Hubbard IMBODEN and Lydia Florence BECKER were married on Dec 20, 1893 in Crittenden Co, KY. ;104  Lydia Florence BECKER was born in 1865 in unknown location.104  She died in 1925 in unknown location.104  Hubbard IMBODEN and Lydia Florence BECKER had the following children:

i. LILLIE MAY5 was born in 1897 in unknown location.104    She died in 1981 in unknown location.104 

131.  SARAH CATHERINE4 IMBODEN (Frederick3, Fredrick2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Oct 24, 1863 in Webster Co, KY.6  She died on Jun 2, 1915 in Webster Co, KY.6 

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 were married on Oct 8, 1882 in Union Co, KY.6  Francis Gooch WITHERS was born about 1862 in KY ?.6 

Sarah Catherine IMBODEN and Francis Gooch WITHERS had the following children:

i. Garrett Lee5 was born on Jun 21, 1883 in Webster Co, KY.6  He died on Apr 30, 1953 in Bethesda, MD.6

ii. Grace Truman was born on Nov 26, 1884 in Webster Co, KY.6  She died in 1962 in an unknown location.6  She was buried in 1962 in Webster Co, KY.6

Grace Truman WITHERS and Sylvanys Franklin SUTHERLAND were married on Mar 6, 1906 in an unknown location.6  Sylvanys Franklin SUTHERLAND was born about 1883 in an unknown location.  This birth date is estimated from the birth date of his wife.

iii. Carroll Ernest was born in 1889 in Webster Co, KY.6  He died in 1953 in Webster Co, KY.6

Carroll Ernest WITHERS and Mary Lucile JONES were married on Jun 24, 1922 in an unknown location.6  Mary Lucile JONES was born about 1890 in an unknown location.6

iv. Orville Gooch was born in Jun  1891 in Webster Co, KY.6  He died in Jun  1943 in an unknown location.6

Orville Gooch WITHERS and Rachel WHITTINGHILL were married about 1911 in an unknown location.6  Rachel WHITTINGHILL was born about 1892 in an unknown location.  This birth date is estimated from the birth date of Orville.

v. Damon was born in 1893 in Webster Co, KY.6  He died in 1971 in Webster Co, KY.6  He was buried in 1971 in Webster Co, KY.6

vi. Everett was born in 1895 in Webster Co, KY.6  He died in 1942 in Webster Co, KY.6  He was buried in 1942 in Webster Co, KY.6

vii. Lola Fern was born in 1898 in Webster Co, KY.6  She died in 1901 in an unknown location.6

viii. Guy was born in 1901 in an unknown location.6  He died in 1903 in an unknown location.6

ix. Lora B. was born in 1907 in an unknown location.6  She died in 1920 in Webster Co, KY.6  She was buried in 1920 in Webster Co, KY.6

149.  Leah4 DUTWEILER (Elizabeth (1813)-3, Jacob-2, Johannes Schweickert-1) was born on Jun 16, 1854 in Lebanon Co, PA.9,49  She died in Mar  1937 in an unknown location.49

Leah’s twins, Leah and Ellie May, both died on the same date.  The information sent to me did not say if they died naturally or from an accident.

Leah DUTWEILER and Aaron K. BOMBERGER were married on Nov 14, 1872 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  Aaron K. BOMBERGER was born on Oct 11, 1849 in Lebanon Co, PA.9,49  He died on Feb 24, 1908 in an unknown location.49 

Leah DUTWEILER and Aaron K. BOMBERGER had the following children:

i. CORA5 was born about 1873 in Lebanon Co, PA.49 

Cora and Nathan had eight children, Eden, Esther, Catharine, Aaron, Blanche, June, Sylvia and Bertha.

Cora BOMBERGER and Nathan HOKE were married about 1892 in Lebanon Co, PA.49  Nathan HOKE was born about 1872 in an unknown location.

ii. JOSEPH HENRY was born about 1875 in Lebanon Co, PA.49 

Joseph and Saddie had four children, Miriam, Mildred, Joseph and unknown first name.

Joseph Henry BOMBERGER and Saddie KOCHENDERFER were married about 1895 in Lebanon Co, PA.49  Saddie KOCHENDERFER was born about 1876 in an unknown location.

iii. HANNAH was born about 1877 in Lebanon Co, PA.49 

iv. MARY ANN was born about 1879 in Lebanon Co, PA.49

Mary Ann BOMBERGER and Michael HOSTETTER were married about 1898 in Lebanon Co, PA.49  Michael HOSTETTER was born about 1878 in an unknown location.

v. AARON S. was born about 1881 in Lebanon Co, PA.49

Aaron S. BOMBERGER and Rebecca ILGENFRITZ were married about 1901 in Lebanon Co, PA.49  Rebecca ILGENFRITZ was born about 1882 in an unknown location.

Aaron S. BOMBERGER and Nora ROSENBERGER were married about 1911 in an unknown location.49  Nora ROSENBERGER was born about 1882 in an unknown location.

vi. CATHERINE was born about 1883 in Lebanon Co, PA.49 

Catherine and John had two children, Walter and Richard.

Catherine BOMBERGER and John K. MILLER were married about 1902 in Lebanon Co, PA.49  John K. MILLER was born about 1882 in an unknown location.

vii. LEAH was born on Oct 5, 1884 in Cornwall, Lebanon Co, PA.49  She died on Jul 2, 1963 in Lebanon Co, PA.49

Leah BOMBERGER and Clement HOKE were married about 1903 in Lebanon Co, PA.49  Clement HOKE was born about 1883 in an unknown location.

viii. LILLIE MAY was born on Oct 5, 1884 in Cornwall, Lebanon Co, PA.49  She died on Jul 2, 1963 in Lebanon Co, PA.49 

Lillie and William had four children, Unknown first name b.1911 d.1911, Eva May b.4/13/1912 d.2/14/1987, Lewis Lind b.5/3/1917 d.10/20/1999 and Roy William b.3/19/1920 d.1/8/1969.  Eva married Luther Loose 9/2/1933.  Lewis married Grace May Knight 4/10/1941.  Roy married Carrie Eisenhauer 11/28/1946.

Lillie May BOMBERGER and William Wesley WALTER were married in Apr  1906 in Lebanon Co, PA.49  William Wesley WALTER was born on Jan 20, 1879 in Farmers, York Co, PA.49  He died on May 24, 1943 in Lebanon, Lebanon Co, PA.49

ix. SARAH was born about 1889 in Lebanon Co, PA.49 

Sarah and John had five children, Sarah, John, Helen, Dorothy and unknown first name.

Sarah BOMBERGER and John FREEMAN were married about 1908 in Lebanon Co, PA.49  John FREEMAN was born about 1888 in an unknown location.

x. IRVIN D. was born about 1892 in Lebanon Co, PA.49 

xi. ESTELLA was born about 1894 in Lebanon Co, PA.49

xii. WILLIAM was born about 1898 in Lebanon Co, PA.49

151. CAROLINE4 IMBODEN (Johannes K.3, Jacob2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Apr 18, 1847 in Dauphin Co. PA.5,9  She was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 12, 1850 taken in S.Annville, Lebanon Co. PA.

Caroline IMBODEN and Ulrich STRICKLER were married about 1867 in Dauphin Co, PA.9  Ulrich STRICKLER was born about 1846 in Lebanon Co, PA.9 

Caroline IMBODEN and Ulrich STRICKLER had the following children:

i. MARY5 was born on Feb 22, 1868 in Dauphin Co. PA.9

ii. HARVEY was born on Aug 4, 1870 in Dauphin Co. PA.9

iii. EMMA was born on Feb 7, 1873 in Dauphin Co. PA.9

iv. JOHN was born on Nov 12, 1874 in Dauphin Co. PA.9

152. JOHN H.4 IMBODEN (Johannes K.3, Jacob2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Jun 10, 1850 in Dauphin Co, PA.5,9  He was listed as a household member in the census on Sep 12, 1850 taken in S.Annville, Lebanon Co. PA.  He was listed as a household member in the census on Jul 12, 1870 taken in Londondery, Lebanon Co, PA.  He was enumerated with his parents in the 1850 and 1870 census.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Derry, Dauphin Co, PA.  He was listed as the head in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Dauphin Co, PA. 

     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 who is also shown as head of family.
     The Evergreen Cemetery records in Annville, PA show a Mary E. Imboden and a William D. Imboden buried here and the parents as John and Elizabeth Imboden.  Based on dates and place it appears they are the children of this John.

John H. IMBODEN and Elizabeth (Lizzie) FERNSLER were married in Nov  1870 in Dauphin Co, PA.5,9  Elizabeth (Lizzie) FERNSLER was born in May  1850 in Dauphin Co, PA.5,9  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Derry, Dauphin Co, PA.  She was listed as a wife in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Dauphin Co, PA. 

John H. IMBODEN and Elizabeth (Lizzie) FERNSLER had the following children:

i. WILLIAM D.5 was born on Nov 6, 1871 in Dauphin Co, PA.25  He died on Aug 2, 1872 in Dauphin Co, PA.25  He is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA.

259 ii. HARRY F. was born September 28, 1872

iii. Mary E. was born on Mar 9, 1874 in Dauphin Co, PA.25  She died on Apr 26, 1874 in Dauphin Co, PA.25  She is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Annville, PA.

iv. CHARLES EDWARD was born on Sep 17, 1878 in Derry, Dauphin Co, PA.5,9  He was listed as a son in the census in Jun  1880 taken in Derry, Dauphin Co, PA.  He was listed as a lodger in the census in Jun  1900 taken in Philidelphia Co, PA. 

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.

156. ANNA ELIZABETH H.4 IMBODEN (George (1827)3, Jacob2, Johannes Schweickert1) was born on Aug 24, 1854 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.5,9,48  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 2, 1860 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  She was listed as a household member in the census on Aug 19, 1870 taken in N. Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.  Anna was enumerated with her parents in the 1960 and 1970 census.

Anna Elizabeth H. IMBODEN and Zeranius Soloman R. LIGHT were married on May 17, 1878 in Lebanon Co, PA.9,48  Zeranius Soloman R. LIGHT was born on Aug 19, 1853 in Annville, Lebanon Co, PA.9,48  He died on Mar 10, 1930 in Lebanon Co, PA.48 

Anna Elizabeth H. IMBODEN and Zeranius Soloman R. LIGHT had the following children:

i. ALMA MAE5 was born on Apr 12, 1880 in Lebanon Co, PA.48

ii. JESSIE GRACE was born on Apr 29, 1890 in Lebanon Co, PA.9  He died on Mar 12, 1922 in Lebanon Co, PA.9