arrow arrow
Capt. Daniel Boone
(1775-1854)
Margaret Fall
(Abt 1775-1838)
Lewis Boone
(1803-1882)
Julia Ann Page
(1809-1877)

Nathan Richard Boone
(1826-1905)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Rebecca Ann Eller

2. Arilla Parsons

Nathan Richard Boone

  • Born: 29 Jan 1826, Dayton, OH
  • Marriage (1): Rebecca Ann Eller on 20 Jun 1870 in Mt .Vernon, IL
  • Marriage (2): Arilla Parsons
  • Died: 25 Jan 1905, Jefferson County, Illinois at age 78
  • Buried: Pleasant Grove Church Cemetary, Jefferson County, IL
picture

bullet  General Notes:

1870 Jefferson County IL Census Nathan R Boone
28/28 BOONE, Nathan R 44 M W Farmer - 100 OH 19
Rebecca A 24 F W Housekeeper 200 - AL
WILLIAMS,Geo D 4 M W IL

1880 Jefferson County IL Census Nathan R Boone
238/239 BOONE, Nathan R 54/64 OH KY TN
Rebecca 33 wife IL OH GA
Charles E 7 son IL OH GA
Sarah E 5 dau IL OH GA

1900 Jefferson County, IL Census:
Name: Nathen B Boone
Home in 1900: Field, Jefferson, Illinois
Age: 74
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1826
Birthplace: Michigan
Relationship to head-of-house:
Head Spouse's name: Rebecca
Race: White

Name: Rebecca Boone
Home in 1900: Field, Jefferson, Illinois
Age: 53
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1847
Birthplace: Alabama
Relationship to head-of-house: Wife
Spouse's name: Nathen B
Race: White

Nathan Boone will is in the Jefferson County, IL Will Book B page 120

bullet  Research Notes:

Nathan Richard Boone:
Accoording to Mike Baker of Wisc he is a descendant of Nathan through another wife Arilla Parsons, by with he had 6 children. Lewis C. Boone, Emma Boone, Aristides Boone, Clara Boone, Millie Boone, and Steven Boone.
According to the history of his family as handed down, Nathan was a volunteer during the Civil War and was never heard from again. Someone from the family must have heard from him because Jesse Boone in his research has located a copy of a receipt signed by Nathan that he recieved a small sum of money from the estate of Lewis Boone, dated 1882. So the question is "did Nathan divorce Arilla Parsons or just left her."?
"Memories of Pioneer Days in Greenwood"
Lewis C. (Cask) Boone: Birth 1853
"According to Mr. Boone, he and his family moved to this community settling in Greenwood township when he was 12 years old. His father saw service in the Civil War. It is not known whether the older Boone was killed, wounded or lost during the battle. At any rate no word has ever been heard from him since his enlistment."
More on Lewis C Boone:
".......enlisted for service in Chicago. He enlisted to fight the Indians. He related in brief the historical "Last Stand of Custer". It seems that the calvary had left Cook City, and had been out for over 15 days. A part of the company was sent to the pack train for food and they ran into Indians. It was here that Custer made his last stand against the Indian braves. "I was on duty that day in March, stationed about 15 miles from the massacre. The entire company was wiped out. But later on we got a number of those Indians."

bullet  Medical Notes:

Nathan Richard Boone came to Ilinois in 1836 when he was 10years old. He died at his home 6 miles north of Mt. Vernon, IL. in 1905.

picture

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Travel: Moved to Illinois from Ohio, 1836. At this time Nathen should have been 10 years old.


picture

Nathan married Rebecca Ann Eller, daughter of Joseph Eller and Sarah Evans, on 20 Jun 1870 in Mt .Vernon, IL. (Rebecca Ann Eller was born on 13 Jun 1846 in Alabama, died on 3 Oct 1915 in Jefferson County, Illinois and was buried in Pleasant Grove Church Cemetary, Jefferson County, IL.)


picture

Nathan next married Arilla Parsons.



Home | Table of Contents | Surnames | Name List

This Web Site was Created 5 Sep 2007 with Legacy 6.0 from Millennia