Jacob M. Gerringer
(1784-1838)
Martha Ann Moore
(1790-1854)
Samuel Adams
(1781-1843)
Catherine Nichols
(1780-1834)
David Benjamin Van Garringer
(1807-1863)
Tamara Jane Adams
(1804-1855)

Tamar Ann Garinger
(1838-1905)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. George Marshall Rathbun

Tamar Ann Garinger 3 5 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

  • Born: 3 May 1838, , Delaware, Ohio, United States 9 12 16 17 19 23 24 25 26
  • Marriage (1): George Marshall Rathbun on 6 Jul 1859 in Bluff Point, Jay, Indiana United States 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  • Died: 18 Nov 1905, Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas, United States at age 67 1 3 12 16 19 24 27 28
  • Buried: 19 Nov 1905, Grafton, Chautauqua, Kansas, United States 19 26 29

   Cause of her death was Bright's disease.13

   Other names for Tamar were Tamar Ann Garringer and Tamar A. Rathburn.25

  General Notes:

Newspaper Notice of Death, 1905.
WAS A PIONEER
Mrs. Tamar Rathbun had lived 33 years in Kansas.

Mrs. Tamar A. Rathbun, who died at her home in Sedan, Kansas, November 17, had lived in Kansas for 33 years. Six years of that time she resided in Ottawa, removing with her family six years ago.
Mrs Rathbun was 67 years old last May. She was married in July, 1859, in Jay County, Indiana, to George M. Rathbun. She had been a devoted member of the Baptist church from early girlhood. Death resulted from Bright's disease. She had been in ill health for a long time, although she was able to visit Ottawa during the Assembly last July.

Mrs. Rathbun was the mother of eleven children, all of whom are living, as is her husband, and her death is the first break in the family circle. Her sons and daughters are: Mrs Rosa Wall, of Sedan; Riley Rathbun, Raymond, Kan.; Mrs. Mary Hensley, Hewins, Kan.; Mrs. Ida Wall, Arlington, Colo.; Mrs. Emma Taylor, Coldwater, Kan.; Lewis E. Rathbun, Ottawa, Kan.; D. E. Rathbun, Sedan, Kan.; George D. Rathbun, Ottawa, Kan.; Miss Martha Rathbun, Albert Rathbun and Jesse Rathbun, Sedan, Kan. The youngest child is 25 years of age. All of the children except Miss Martha Rathbun and Jesse Rathbun are married.

Mrs. Rathbun was buried beside her father and mother in a little country cemetery 10 miles from Sedan, near where she first located with her husband and children when she came to Kansas a third of a century ago.

  Noted events in her life were:

Religion: Baptist, After 1838.

Residence, 23 Aug 1850, Pike, Jay, Indiana, United States. 22 30

Baptism, 1853, , Jay, Indiana, United States. 31

Residence, 3 Jul 1860, Portland, Jay, Indiana, United States. 25

Residence, 1864, , Worth, Missouri, United States. 28

Residence, 26 Jul 1870, Union, Worth, Missouri, United States. 32

Residence, Feb 1872, , , Kansas, United States. 28

Residence, 1 Mar 1875, Sedan, Howard, Kansas, United States. 33

Residence, 1 Jun 1880, Hendricks, Chautauqua, Kansas, United States. 17

Residence, 1 Mar 1885, Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas, United States. 34

Residence, 10 Jun 1900, Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas, United States. 35


Tamar married George Marshall Rathbun, son of Edmund Rathbun and Mary Dye, on 6 Jul 1859 in Bluff Point, Jay, Indiana United States.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (George Marshall Rathbun was born on 23 May 1836 in Lexington, Richland, Ohio, United States,5 8 15 16 24 26 36 37 38 39 died on 9 Dec 1923 in Sedan, Chautauqua, Kansas, United States 5 8 16 26 37 39 40 41 42 43 and was buried after 9 Dec 1923 in Grafton, Chautauqua, Kansas, United States 26 39 44.)


Sources


1 Newspaper Obituary for Tamar Rathbun, Newspaper clipping from 1905. Source Medium: Newspaper
Source Quality: Original

2 Frank H. Rathbun, Editor and Publisher, The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn Family Historian (Name: Published quarterly by the Rathbun Family Association;), Volume Fifteen, Number One, Spring 1995, Page 18. Source Medium: Magazine

3 PhinneysPlace Geneological Data - Page 105, Tamar Ann Garringer - Internet Record. Source Medium: Internet
Source Quality: Internet Record

4 PhinneysPlace Geneological Data - Page 105, Tamar Ann Garringer - Internet Record, 1880 United States Federal Census. Source Medium: Internet
Source Quality: Internet Record

5 PhinneysPlace Geneological Data - Page 106, Internet Record for George Marshall Rathbun (2). Source Medium: Internet
Source Quality: Internet Record

6 1900 U.S. census, Chautauqua, Kansas, population schedule, Sedan, enumeration district (ED) 11, p. 5B, dwelling 105, family 106, George M. and Tamar A. Rathbun; digital images, Ancestry.com(accessed 23 January 2009); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T623, roll T623_473.

7 Jay County, Indiana, "Index to Marriage Records 1850-1920," database, Ancestry(www.ancestry.com : accessed 1 Feb 2011), Tamer A. Garringer and George M. Rathbun; Ancestry.com.

8 Compiled service record, George M. Rathbun; Military Records for George M. Rathbun, Civil War; Jesse Earl Rathbun, Georgetown.

9 Internet Record for Tamara Ann Garinger, http://www.familysearch.org/Search/af/individual_record.asp?recid=18591487 dated 26 May 1999. Source Medium: Electronic

10 Standard Certificate of Death for Jesse Adam Rathbun (Name: Standard Certificate of Death, Department of Commerce, Department of Vital Census, The Kansas State Board of Health, Division of Vital Statistics;). Source Medium: Official Document
Source Quality: Copy of Original

11 Obituary notice for Martha Millison (Name: Undated and un-named newspaper clipping;). Source Medium: Newspaper
Source Quality: Originial

12 PhinneysPlace Geneological Data - Page 50, David Van Garringer - Internet Record. Source Medium: Internet

13 Newspaper Obituary for Tamar Rathbun. Source Medium: Newspaper
Source Quality: Original

14 Chautauqua Co., Heritage Association, editor, Chautauqua County, Kansas, Volume 1 (Kansas: Chautauqua County, Heritage Association, 1987), Volume 1: 627; Jesse Adam Rathbun was the youngest son of George Marshall and Tamar Ann Rathbun. He was born August 17, 1880, in Chautauqua County. He met and married Tishie Abigail Freeman while she was visiting relativesin Sedan. Tishie was born February 12, 1880, in Grant City, Missouri. Her parents were George and Anna Jane Freeman.
Jesse and Tishie Rathbun lived all their married lives in Sedan. Six children were born to this union. Freeman Earl was born December 6, 1906. Freeman Hylas arrived on October 19, 1908. Rosa Olive was born January 21, 1911, and John Freeman was born April 26, 1913. A baby girl named Pauline was born March 7, 1915, but lived only a few days. Olin Freeman arrived November 29, 1920. All the boys were given their mother's maiden name as part of their names. Earl and Hylas have Freeman for their first names and John and Olin have Freeman for their middle names.
All of the children attended Sedan public schools but soon after quiting school they moved away from Sedan. Earl, John, and Olin served inWorld War II and Hylas worked in a defense plant in Toledo, Oregon. At the close of the war, Earl and John settled in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Olin stayed at home with his mother, but after her death, he and his wife moved to Idaho Falls.
Earl met and married Hope Jackson in Idaho Falls, they had five children, Jesse Earl, Logan John, Paul Wayne (who lived but a few months), Bererly Ann, and Jeannie. Hylas went to New Mexico where he met and married Myrtle Elizabeth Wells of Van Houten, New Mexico. Myrtle was in Albuquerque attending business college at the time they met. They had three children, Mary Jane, Elizabeth Ann, and Daniel DeLancy. Olive married Jake Hilty and they had one daughter, Lois Rae. John married Norma Stevens, a girl he met in South Dakota while he was in the service. Olin married Barbara Osburn, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Osburn of Peru, Kansas, and later moved to Idaho.
The Jesse Rathbun family was very active in the First Baptist Church of Sedan where all of them were members. Jesse worked as a pumper in the oil fields, and a rural mail carrier and ran the village blacksmith, a trade he passed on to his son Hylas. The old blacksmith shop waslocated on the back part of the lot where the Sedan State Bank is now. Jesse was still working as a blacksmith at the time of his death January 20, 1948. Tishie died December 25, 1954. They are both buried in Greenwood
Cemetery in Sedan.



15 Frank H. Rathbun, Editor and Publisher, The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn Family Historian (Name: Published quarterly by the Rathbun Family Association;), Volume 7, Number 1, Page 13, January 1987. Source Medium: Magazine

16 Frank H. Rathbun, Editor and Publisher, The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn Family Historian (Name: Published quarterly by the Rathbun Family Association;), Volume 15, Number 1, Page 18, Spring 1995. Source Medium: Magazine

17 1880 U.S. census, Chautauqua, Kansas, population schedule, Hendricks township, enumeration district (ED) 70, p. 333, dwelling 6, family 6, Tamar A. Rathbun; digital images (accessed 28 July 2008); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T9, roll T9_375.

18 Kansas State Census, Chautauqua, Kansas, population schedule, Sedan, p. 7, dwelling 1, family 6, line 24, Tamar A. Rathbun; digital images, Ancestry(Ancestry.com : accessed 26 February 2009); citing The Cenerations Network, Inc.

19 "Find a Grave," database, Find A Grave(www.findagrave.com : accessed 30 May 2012), Tamar A. Rathbun.

20 Tomb stone, Moore Prairie Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas.

21 Compiled service record, Tamar A. Rathbun wife of George M. Rathbun; Military Records for George M. Rathbun, Civil War; Jesse Earl Rathbun, Georgetown.

22 1850 U.S. census, Jay, Indiana, population schedule, Pike, p. 296, dwelling 118, family 118, Tamar Garringer; digital images, The Generations Network(ancestry.com : accessed 31 Jan 2011); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm M432, roll 153.

23 PhinneysPlace Geneological Data - Page 105, Tamar Ann Garringer - Internet Record, Works Progress Administration, Index to Marriage Record, Jay County, Indiana 1850-1920, Inclusive in unknown series (n.p.:Indiana Works Progress Administration, 1938). Source Medium: Internet
Source Quality: Internet Record

24 Transcribed from Mr. G. Herman Guy's Cemeteries in Chautauqua County,Kansas, Moore Prairie Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas (Name: Chautauqua County Kansas Genealogy - Moore Prairie County;). Source Medium: Internet

The Moore Prairie Cemetery is located in S22 - T34 - R10 of HendricksTownship. Go west of Sedan on the highway to Cedar Vale, about 4 or5 miles you'll see a sign directing you to Elgin, turn left (to the south) on that road about 2 miles, then right 1/2 mile, all on country roads.

25 1860 U.S. census, Jay, Indiana, population schedule, Pike, p. 47, dwelling 334, family 334, Tamar A. Rathburn; digital images, Ancestry(www.ancestry.com : accessed 9 Oct 2009); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm M653, roll 269.

26 Tomb stone, Burial: Moore Prairie Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas.

27 Tomb stone, Burial: Moore Prairie Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas.

28 G.M. Rathbun, "History of the First Baptist Church of Sedan, Kansas," History of the First Baptist Church of Sedan, Kansas, church history, First Baptist Church (Sedan, Kansas, United States).

29 Transcribed from Mr. G. Herman Guy's Cemeteries in Chautauqua County,Kansas, Moore Prairie Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas (Name: Chautauqua County Kansas Genealogy - Moore Prairie County;), Born: 3 May 1838 - Death: 18 Nov 1905. Source Medium: Internet

The Moore Prairie Cemetery is located in S22 - T34 - R10 of HendricksTownship. Go west of Sedan on the highway to Cedar Vale, about 4 or5 miles you'll see a sign directing you to Elgin, turn left (to the south) on that road about 2 miles, then right 1/2 mile, all on country roads.

30 PhinneysPlace Geneological Data - Page 105, Tamar Ann Garringer - Internet Record, 1850 United States Federal Census. Source Medium: Internet
Source Quality: Internet Record

31 G.M. Rathbun, "History of the First Baptist Church of Sedan Kansas," History of the First Baptist Church of Sedan, Kansas, church history, First Baptist Church (Sedan, Kansas, United States).

32 1870 U.S. census, Worth, Missouri, population schedule, Union, p. 2, dwelling 11, family 22, Rathburn Family; digital images, Ancestry(www.ancestry.com : accessed 13 Jan 2014); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm M593, roll 826.

33 1875 Kansas State Census, Howard, Kansas, population schedule, Sedan, p. 2, dwelling 5, family 10, line 23, T. A. Rathbun; digital images, Ancestry(www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 Oct 2009); citing Ancestry.com.

34 Kansas State Census, Chautauqua, Kansas, population schedule, Sedan, p. 7, dwelling 1, family 6, line 24, Tamar A. Rathbun; digital images, Ancestry(Ancestry.com : accessed 26 February 2009); citing The Generations Network, Inc.

35 1900 U.S. census, Chautauqua, Kansas, population schedule, Sedan, enumeration district (ED) 11, p. 5B, dwelling 105, family 106, Tamar A. Rathbun; digital images, Ancestry.com(accessed 23 January 2009); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm T623, roll T623_473.

36 Military Records, George Marshall Rathbun, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions. The National Archives, Soldier's Certificate No. 359,720. Source Medium: Official Document

37 Internet Record for George Marshall Rathbun, http://www.familysearch.org/Search/af/individual_record.asp?recid=18591486 Dated 26 May 1999. Source Medium: Electronic

38 1860 U.S. census, Jay, Indiana, population schedule, Pike, p. 47, dwelling 334, family 334, George M. Rathburn; digital images, Ancestry(www.ancestry.com : accessed 9 Oct 2009); citing National Archives and Records Administration microfilm M653, roll 269.

39 "Find a Grave," database, Find A Grave(www.findagrave.com : accessed 30 May 2012), G. M. Rathbun.

40 Frank H. Rathbun, Editor and Publisher, The Rathbun-Rathbone-Rathburn Family Historian (Name: Published quarterly by the Rathbun Family Association;), Volume 15, Number 1. Source Medium: Magazine

41 Chautauqua County Kansas Genealogy - Death Index No. 2 (Name: Deaths In Chautauqua County, Recorded By Various City and CountyClerks;). Source Medium: Electronic

42 Pension Records for George Marshall Rathbun; Civil War; Department of Interior; Jesse Earl Rathbun, Georgetown.

43 G.M. Rathbun, "History of the First Baptist Church of Sedan, Kansas," History of the First Baptist Church of Sedan, Kansas, church history, First Baptist Church (Sedan, Kansas, United States); Contributing article by M. V. Floyd

44 Transcribed from Mr. G. Herman Guy's Cemeteries in Chautauqua County,Kansas, Moore Prairie Cemetery, Chautauqua County, Kansas (Name: Chautauqua County Kansas Genealogy - Moore Prairie County;), Born: 23 May 1836 - Death: 9 Dec 1923. Source Medium: Internet

The Moore Prairie Cemetery is located in S22 - T34 - R10 of HendricksTownship. Go west of Sedan on the highway to Cedar Vale, about 4 or5 miles you'll see a sign directing you to Elgin, turn left (to the south) on that road about 2 miles, then right 1/2 mile, all on country roads.


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