Samuel Hardin Forsythe , 18361902 (aged 66 years)

Samuel and Susannah Forsythe - grave marker
Name
Samuel Hardin /Forsythe/
Name prefix
Rev
Given names
Samuel Hardin
Surname
Forsythe
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ID: I2903 Name: Samuel Hardin FORSYTHE Title: Methodist minist Sex: M Birth: 1 FEB 1834 in ,Clarke,IL Note: AFN: Note: !SOURCES: W.H. FORSYTH 1902-1988 Forsyth Family History 1985 LDS FHC microfilm #1421585 -- item 5 film nos. for related W H FORSYTH publications: 1036058 item 5, 1321163 item 9, 1466000 item 12; This compilation 1994, by Warren Louis Forsythe, Box 1299,Ellensburg, WA, 98926 and Edward Forsyth, 54 Beattie Ave, Lockport, NY, 14094 Sect 13-3, page 1;

Father: William B FORSYTHE b: 28 NOV 1800 in ,Butler,KY Mother: Esther Hetty Ashman ASHMORE b: 19 MAR 1801 in (butler co KY),,TN,East TN

Marriage 1 Susan H SMITH b: ABT 1837 in ,,,IL maybe Married: 27 AUG 1857 Children Laura FORSYTHE b: 3 JUN 1858 in ,Clarke,IL Emma FORSYTHE b: 24 SEP 1860 in ,Clarke,IL,prob Armistead FORSYTHE b: 16 JUN 1862 in ,Clarke,IL

Marriage 2 Mary Ann DOLL b: ABT 1837 in Clarkesburg,,WV Children Alvin A FORSYTHE b: 6 OCT 1866 in ,Clarke,IL,prob William FORSYTHE b: 4 AUG 1869 in ,Clarke,IL

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vi. SAMUEL HARDIN FORSYTHE, b. February 1, 1836, Clark County, Illinois; d. July 1902, Clark County, Illinois.

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Shows death 18 Jun 1904

[This information provided by Betty Jean Norman: 10/19/2005]

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SAMUEL HARDIN FORSYTHE OBITUARY CLARK COUNTY HERALD 3-JULY-1902

Samuel Hardin Forsythe was born in Clark County, February 1, 1834 and died July 18, 1902. He was first married in 1857 to Susannah Sweet. Five children were the result of this union. All of who are living: Mrs. Laura White, Mrs. Rush Adams, A.P. Forsythe, A.A. Forsythe and William Forsythe. He was afterward married to Mary A. Doll who survives him.

Mr. Forsythe crossed the plains in 1850 driving an ox team as far as Salt Lake City, Utah and walking from there to California. He returned by vessel, coming around the Horn during the cholera siege and was quarantined a long time at Staten Island.

He was buried in the Forsythe Cemetery.