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Selected Family Documents
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1)     jpg 1835 Illinois Census: John Hamilton Household Morgan County, Illinois
  This is a rare image of a ledger page of the 1835 Illinois state census from Morgan County, Illinois. John and Altha Hamilton were in Morgan County in 1834 when their twins were born; William McCord and James M. Hamilton. I looked at every page of the census and feel confident that the entry at the top of this page is for "our" John Hamilton... Supplina's father along with his mother Altha Judd. The case is strengthened when you look closely at the make up of those in the household. There were four boys under ten: William (1), James (1), Supplina (3) and John P. (6). There were three boys between ten and twenty: Heman, Hiram, and an unknown male. One man between fifty and sixty: John (approx 55). There was one female under ten: Mary (8). There were two females between ten and twenty: Roxa (Roxie) and Elizabeth. There was one woman between thiry and forty: Altha (Judd) Hamilton (approx. 38). The unknown male in the ten to twenty age group also appears in the 1830 US Census (but appropriately younger) when the Hamilton's where in in Amity district, Allegany County, NY. In the 1830 US Census in NY our John Hamilton family was living next to Supplina Judd and Heman Judd. So, now we've established the 1830 census record for John and Altha in NY and the 1835 census record in Illinois and in both cases there is a young male household member who we (I) currently do not have a name for.
   
2)     jpg 1840 US Census: Alexander and Nancy Sumpter - Black River, Washington County, Missouri
  Alexander and Nancy (Prather) Sumpter lived in Missouri before walking the Oregon Trail west to Oregon in 1853. One of their daughters, Sarah Jane became the wife of Supplina Hamilton in Linn County, Oregon in 1858.
   
3)     jpg 1850 US Census: Alexander and Nancy (Prather) Sumpter and family - Harmony Township, Washington County, Missouri
  Here's the census record of the amazing family of Alexander Sumpter and Nancy Prather in 1850. Alexander was the father of eight girls. Their ninth child would be a son, Alexander, Jr. who was carried by Nancy as she walked the Oregon Trail in 1853. Alexander was born shortly after they arrived in Oregon. Among all those girls was Nancy Jane Sumpter who would be the wife of Supplina Hamilton, married in Linn County, Oregon in 1858.
   
4)     jpg 1850 US Census: William and Rachel McCarty and family. Crawford County, Illinois - Page 2
  1850 US Census record for William and Rachel McCarty and family. William (page 1) was a 32 year old Brickman born in Indiana. His wife (page 2) Rachel was 25. They had a son, Thomas at 6 years old and a baby, Nancy J (Jane) who was 1 year old. Nancy would grow up and marry Greenberry Shields Templeton in Windsor, Shelby County, Illinois and become the mother of Laura Annettie (Hamilton) Templeton and Julia Aletha (Hamilton) Templeton.
   
5)     jpg 1850 US Census: William McCarty and Rachel McCarty and family. Crawford County, Illinois - Page 1
  1850 US Census record for William and Rachel McCarty and family. William was a 32 year old Brickman born in Indiana. His wife (page 2) Rachel was 25. They had a son, Thomas at 6 years old and a baby, Nancy J (Jane) who was 1 year old. Nancy would grow up and marry Greenberry Shields Templeton in Windsor, Shelby County, Illinois and become the mother of Laura Annettie (Hamilton) Templeton and Julia Aletha (Hamilton) Templeton.
   
6)     jpg 1860 Illinois Census: William [McCord] Hamilton - Twp 20, Range 6, Mason County, Illinois
  William McCord Hamilton was the son of John and Altha (Judd) Hamilton. He is 26 in 1860 and working as a farm laborer on the Weadon farm outside of Mason City, Illinois. His twin brother James is working on a farm nearby. They will both enlist in the army together in 1862.
   
7)     jpg 1860 US Census - Amasa Galloway - Carson County, Utah Territory (now Nevada) - Sullivan Mining District
  This is my, so far, my earliest census record for Amasa Galloway. Amasa is living in the Sullivan Mining District in what is now the state of Nevada. He and his two partners are mining a claim they valued at $15,000. There were 39 people listed as living in "Sullivan's Mining District" in 1860. Carson County, Utah Territory was split off as Nevada Territory in 1861 and then was admitted to the Union as the State of Nevada in 1864. Amasa was 29 in 1860 and (I assume) single. We later find him in 1870 living near Seattle in King County, WA married to Elizabeth Jordan. He is found in Walla Walla County, WA in the late 1870's and early 1880's. He had a couple lawsuits filed against him there for the collection of promissory notes. He later moved to Whitman County, WA in the 1880's. We find him and his wife Elizabeth Jordan and family living in the Wauconda mining district in Okanogan County, WA in the 1890's and early 20th Century. One of Amasa's younger sons was Charles Amasa Galloway. Charles was the father of Elsie (Galloway) Hamilton.
   
8)     jpg 1860 US Census: John and Sarah Jordan, Pawnee, Nebraska Territory
  This the first page of the 1860 Census record for John and Sarah Jordan. John was born in Virginia and his family appears to have roots there back to at least the late 1600's. John and Mary were the parents of Elizabeth Jordan who was the mother of Charlie Galloway and the grandmother of Elsie Luetta (Hamilton) Galloway.
   
9)     jpg 1860 US Census: John and Sarah Jordan, Pawnee, Nebraska Territory - Page 2
  This is the second page of the census record for John and Sarah Jordan's family in Nebraska Territory. On the page are listed Elizabeth Jordan 14 and her brother William Jordan 11. Elizabeth would marry Amasa Galloway and become the mother of Charlie Galloway and the grandmother of Elsie Luetta (Hamilton) Galloway. William would become the father of Oliver and Clarence Jordan who would strike gold in 1932 in Washington State.
   
10)     jpg 1870 US Census: John and Sarah Jordan, Weston, Umatilla County, Oregon
  John and Sarah Jordan were the parents of Elizabeth Jordan who became the wife of Amasa Galloway, the mother of Charlie Galloway and the grandmother of Elsie Luetta (Hamilton) Galloway.
   
11)     jpg 1870 US Census: Lewis Spaulding, Centre Creek Township, Jasper County, Missouri
   
12)     jpg 1870 US Census: Rachel McCarty, Windsor, Shelby County, Illinois
  1870 US Census Record for Rachel McCarty, Windsor, Shelby County, Illinois. Rachel was the mother of Nancy Jane McCarty who was the first wife of Greenberry Shields Templeton and the grandmother of Laura Annettie (Hamilton) Templeton and Julia Aletha (Hamilton) Templeton. Rachel was a 45 year old widow living in town, her occupation was 'washing and sewing.' Living with Rachel was her 15 year old blind daughter Mary.
   
13)     jpg 1875 Kansas State Census - Cherokee County - Lyon Township - James Ramsey Family
  James and Mary A. (Spaulding) Ramsay were the parents of Lillian Mae (Galloway / Fee) Ramsay and the grandparents of Elsie Luetta (Galloway) Hamilton.
   
14)     jpg 1880 US Census: Charles Spaulding, Prineville, Wasco County, Oregon
   
15)     jpg 1880 US Census: Rachel McCarty, Windsor, Shelby Co Illinois
  1880 US Census Record for Rachel McCarty, Windsor, Shelby County, Illinois. Rachel was the mother of Nancy Jane McCarty who was the first wife of Greenberry Shields Templeton and the grandmother of Laura Annettie (Hamilton) Templeton and Julia Aletha (Hamilton) Templeton. Rachel was a 55 year old widow living in town, her occupation was 'keeping house.'
   
16)     jpg 1880 US Census: William and Mary Jordan, Yakima, East Kittitass County, Washington
  Here are William and Mary Jordan and their family near Yakima in 1880. William widowed father, John is living with them. William was a brother to Elizabeth Jordan the wife of Amasa Galloway, the mother of Charlie Galloway and the grandmother of Elsie Luetta (Hamilton) Galloway.
   
17)     peg 1883 Columbia County WA Census Record - Duron Hamilton Family - Page 68
  Duron Hamilton was the eldest son of Supplina Hamilton.
   
18)     jpg 1883 Washington State Territorial Census - Pierce County - Sumner - James Ramsay Family
  James and Mary A. (Spaulding) Ramsay were the parents of Lillian Mae (Galloway / Fee) Ramsay and the grandparents of Elsie Luetta (Galloway) Hamilton.
   
19)     jpg 1883 Washington Territory Census: L (Lewis) Spaulding, King County, WA
   
20)     jpg 1885 Walla Walla County, WA Territory Census: Supplina Hamilton Family
   
21)     jpg 1885 Washington State Territorial Census - Pierce County - James Ramsay Family
  James and Mary A. (Spaulding) Ramsay were the parents of Lillian Mae (Galloway / Fee) Ramsay and the grandparents of Elsie Luetta (Galloway) Hamilton.
   
22)     jpg 1885 Washington Territory Census: L (Lewis) Spaulding, Tacoma, Pierce County, WA
   
23)     jpg 1887 Washington State Territorial Census - Pierce County - James Ramsay Family
  James and Mary A. (Spaulding) Ramsay were the parents of Lillian Mae (Galloway / Fee) Ramsay and the grandparents of Elsie Luetta (Galloway) Hamilton.
   
24)     jpg 1887 Washington State Territorial Census - Whitman County - Amasa and Elizabeth Galloway Family
   
25)     peg 1889 Columbia County WA Census Record - Duron Hamilton Family - Page Number 91 Line Number 34
  Duron Hamilton was the eldest son of Supplina and Sarah "Jane" (Sumpter) Hamilton
   
26)     jpg 1892 Washington State Territorial Census - Pierce County - James Ramsey Family - page 1
  James and Mary A. (Spaulding) Ramsay were the parents of Lillian Mae (Galloway / Fee) Ramsay and the grandparents of Elsie Luetta (Galloway) Hamilton.
   
27)     jpg 1892 Washington State Territorial Census - Pierce County - James Ramsey Family - page 2
  James and Mary A. (Spaulding) Ramsay were the parents of Lillian Mae (Galloway / Fee) Ramsay and the grandparents of Elsie Luetta (Galloway) Hamilton.
   
28)     jpg 1900 US Census: Greenberry Templeton, Wallowa County, Oregon
  Greenberry Templeton and his second wife Hattie were living and farming near Wallowa in Wallowa County in Northern Eastern Oregon State. Greenberry was the father of Julia Aletha 'Letha' (Hamilton) Templeton and Laura Annettie 'Nettie' (Hamilton) Templeton who married Judd and Frank Hamilton respectively, the sons of Supplina and Sarah Jane (Sumpter) Hamilton. In their household in June of 1900 were Greenberry (age 51), Hattie (age 42), an adopted son Edison (age 11) and a son Jay (age 6
   
29)     jpg 1900 US Census: William and Mary Jordan Family, Welch Creek, Lincoln County, Washington - Page2
  This is the second page of the 1900 U.S. Census record of William and Mary Jordan and family. On this page are listed their two sons, Oliver "Ollie" and Clarence who would in 1932 make one of the richest gold strikes in Washington State near Liberty, Flag Mountain near Blewett Pass.
   
30)     jpg 1900 US Census: William and Mary Jordan, Welch Creek, Lincoln County, Washington
  This is the first page of the 1900 US Census record for the William and Mary Jordan family. William Jordan was the son of John and Sarah Jordan and the younger brother of Elizabeth Jordan. Elizabeth would marry Amasa Galloway and become the mother of Charlie Galloway and the grandmother of Elsie Luetta (Hamilton) Galloway.
   

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