Selected Schueth_Rice_Families and Individuals

Notes


Samuel P McCoy

DWS: From Donald Edward McCoy Jr June 2005
McCoyDE@bvsg.com
downline provided
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From Richard Henthorn:CENSUS: 1880; Caldwell Twp, Appanoose Co, Iowa
-Gives age as 12 years.
-1870 Census does not list Samuel as member of family.
BIRTH: IGI; 1871


Samuel P McCoy

DWS: From Donald Edward McCoy Jr June 2005
McCoyDE@bvsg.com
downline provided
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From Richard Henthorn:CENSUS: 1880; Caldwell Twp, Appanoose Co, Iowa
-Gives age as 12 years.
-1870 Census does not list Samuel as member of family.
BIRTH: IGI; 1871


Thomas L (Hans) Jump

DWS: From Donald Edward McCoy Jr June 2005
McCoyDE@bvsg.com


Rebecca McCoy

From Richard Henthorn:
CENSUS: 1880; Caldwell Twp, Appanoose Co, Iowa
-Gives age as 10 years.
BIRTH: IGI; 1873
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DWS: From Donald Edward McCoy Jr June 2005
McCoyDE@bvsg.com
birth 1870


James Henry McCoy

DWS: From Donald Edward McCoy Jr June 2005
McCoyDE@bvsg.com
downline provided
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From Richard Henthorn:
!CENSUS: 1880; Caldwell Twp, Appanoose Co, Iowa
CENSUS: 1900; Pleasant Twp, Appanoose Co, Iowa


Elizabeth McCoy (Twin)

Birthdate per Norma Nielson of Pine Grove, CA.
Has twin brother Mitchell


Mitchell McCoy (Twin)

CENSUS: 1900: Pleasant Twp, Appanoose Co, Iowa
-Census gives birthdate as Mar 1884.
-Norma Nielson of Pine Grove, CA gives birth date as 8 Nov 1893
-Death Record Book #6, Appanoose Co, IA gives birth date as
28 Nov 1883.
Has Twin sister Elizabeth
BIRTH: IGI; 8 NOV 1883
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DWS: From grandson Don McCoy mccoyde@bvsg.com
"You have Mitchell's spouse listed as unknown. Mitchell was married twice. His first wife was Myrtle Ransom. She died in 1920 and they had no children together. He then married Fannie Klum. They had Roy in 1921, then William (Billy) in 1926."

Obit from Iwegian 26 July 1943 supplied by Don McCoy
"MITCHELL MCCOY CALLED BY DEATH
Long time and Well Known Mine
Worker of This City Succumbs
After Long Illness
Mitchell McCoy, 59, long time coal miner of this city and a charter member of the United Mine Workers organization here, died at the St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at 9:10 Saturday evening after an illness of 15 years. He had been seriously ill for the past two years.
He had been taken to the hospital May 22 and had been cared for there five weeks, had returned home for 10 days and then went back. Mr. McCoy had lived here for something over 30 years. He was United in marriage with Myrtle Ransom, of Colorado. June 17, 1909 and she preceded him in death February 29, 1920. He then united in marriage with Mrs. Fannie E. Phillips January 24, 1921. Two children were born to this union and are Roy Edward (Jack) McCoy, with the U. S. forces in North Africa, and William at home.
There are eight stepchildren, who are: Mrs. C. E. Dustin. of Des Moines, Harry Phillips, of this city, Carl, of Coatesville, Robert, of Rockford, Mrs. John Charles, of Mystic, James Richard, of Alameda, California, Dan in the U. S. forces in Tunisia and Clarence in the armed forces in a camp In Oregon.
Two sisters and two brothers also survive and are; Henry, of Cincinnati, Mrs. Enoch Madison, of Numa, Sam, of Texas and Mrs. Roy De Long, of Des Moines.
Mr. McCoy had entered the Christian faith. He was a kind father and friend and patient in his suffering.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 Tuesday at the Christian church with Dr. H. E Trimble officiating. Burial will be in Oakland cemetery."


Myrtle Ransom

DWS: From grandson Don McCoy mccoyde@bvsg.com


Mitchell McCoy (Twin)

CENSUS: 1900: Pleasant Twp, Appanoose Co, Iowa
-Census gives birthdate as Mar 1884.
-Norma Nielson of Pine Grove, CA gives birth date as 8 Nov 1893
-Death Record Book #6, Appanoose Co, IA gives birth date as
28 Nov 1883.
Has Twin sister Elizabeth
BIRTH: IGI; 8 NOV 1883
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DWS: From grandson Don McCoy mccoyde@bvsg.com
"You have Mitchell's spouse listed as unknown. Mitchell was married twice. His first wife was Myrtle Ransom. She died in 1920 and they had no children together. He then married Fannie Klum. They had Roy in 1921, then William (Billy) in 1926."

Obit from Iwegian 26 July 1943 supplied by Don McCoy
"MITCHELL MCCOY CALLED BY DEATH
Long time and Well Known Mine
Worker of This City Succumbs
After Long Illness
Mitchell McCoy, 59, long time coal miner of this city and a charter member of the United Mine Workers organization here, died at the St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at 9:10 Saturday evening after an illness of 15 years. He had been seriously ill for the past two years.
He had been taken to the hospital May 22 and had been cared for there five weeks, had returned home for 10 days and then went back. Mr. McCoy had lived here for something over 30 years. He was United in marriage with Myrtle Ransom, of Colorado. June 17, 1909 and she preceded him in death February 29, 1920. He then united in marriage with Mrs. Fannie E. Phillips January 24, 1921. Two children were born to this union and are Roy Edward (Jack) McCoy, with the U. S. forces in North Africa, and William at home.
There are eight stepchildren, who are: Mrs. C. E. Dustin. of Des Moines, Harry Phillips, of this city, Carl, of Coatesville, Robert, of Rockford, Mrs. John Charles, of Mystic, James Richard, of Alameda, California, Dan in the U. S. forces in Tunisia and Clarence in the armed forces in a camp In Oregon.
Two sisters and two brothers also survive and are; Henry, of Cincinnati, Mrs. Enoch Madison, of Numa, Sam, of Texas and Mrs. Roy De Long, of Des Moines.
Mr. McCoy had entered the Christian faith. He was a kind father and friend and patient in his suffering.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 Tuesday at the Christian church with Dr. H. E Trimble officiating. Burial will be in Oakland cemetery."


Fannie Emeline Klum

DWS: From grandson Don McCoy mccoyde@bvsg.com


William (Billy) McCoy

DWS: From Donald Edward McCoy Jr June 2005
McCoyDE@bvsg.com


Retta McCoy

CENSUS: 1900; Pleasant Twp, Appanoose Co, Iowa
One of triplets


Rebecca McCoy

SOURCE: Monroe County Ohio Families by Monroe Co Gene Soc
The Baskin Family by Raymond Martin Bell. p59