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Finding Our Warrick County, IN Ancestors

Addington, Henry

submitted by May Kercheval 

Generation No. 1

1.  HENRY1 ADDINGTON was born Bef. 1775 in MD, and died 1850 in Ohio County, KY.  He married DORCAS BARNARD December 1, 1799 in Ohio County, KY., daughter of WILLIAM BARNARD and SARAH PIGMAN.  She was born 1784, and died 1820.

Notes for HENRY ADDINGTON:
Children of HENRY ADDINGTON and DORCAS BARNARD are:
2. i. JOSHUA2 ADDINGTON, b. November 11, 1804, Ohio County, KY. .
3. ii. SARAH ELIZABETH ADDINGTON, b. February 21, 1809, Ohio County, KY.; d. October 11, 1872.
iii. VIRGIL P. ADDINGTON, m. DORCAS ANN BARNES.
iv. WILLIAM BLACKMAN ADDINGTON, b. April 4, 1811; d. April 12, 1893.
v. UKNOWN ADDINGTON.

Generation No. 2

2.  JOSHUA2 ADDINGTON (HENRY1) was born November 11, 1804 in Ohio County, KY. He married (1) SALLY (SARAH) COOPER.  He married (2) ROSIE PHIPPS. He married (3) SALLY SARAH INGLEHART October 7, 1834, daughter of JOHN INGLEHART and RACHEL NICHOLS.  

Children of JOSHUA ADDINGTON and SALLY COOPER are:
i. EMELINE3 ADDINGTON, m. JIM CURTIS.
ii. JOHN ADDINGTON.

Children of JOSHUA ADDINGTON and SALLY INGLEHART are:
4. iii. AMOS DAVIS3 ADDINGTON.
iv. MARY JANE ADDINGTON, m. UNKNOWN BISHOP.
v. MATTIE ADDINGTON, m. UNKNOWN BALL.
vi. RACHEL ADDINGTON, m. UNKNOWN JONES.
5. vii. ANDREW JACKSON ADDINGTON, b. October 1, 1844.
viii. ELIJAH ADDINGTON.
ix. WILLIAM ADDINGTON.

3.  SARAH ELIZABETH2 ADDINGTON (HENRY1) was born February 21, 1809 in Ohio County, KY., and died October 11, 1872.  She met JOHN CAIN March 9, 1830
in Ohio County, KY., son of SAMUEL CAIN and REBECCA MCGILL.  He was born January 28, 1807 in Ohio County, KY., and died March 30, 1882 in Warrick County, IN

Children of SARAH ADDINGTON and JOHN CAIN are:
6. i. HENRY HAROLD3 CAIN, b. January 3, 1831, Warrick County, IN; d. March 11, 1931, Warrick County, IN.
ii. ELIZABETH ANN CAIN, b. May 8, 1832.
iii. WILLIAM BLACKMAN CAIN, b. March 17, 1834, Warrick County, IN.; d. August 12, 1906, Warrick County, IN.
iv. LUCINDA JANE CAIN, b. June 7, 1836; m. ABRAHAM RHOADS, January 17, 1858, Warrick County, IN.
7. v. EZEKIEL HARMON CAIN, b. February 28, 1838; d. December 4, 1891.
vi. MARY REBECCA CAIN, b. March 15, 1840.
8. vii. ELI LEWIS CAIN, b. February 27, 1842.
9. viii. ELIZA ELLEN CAIN, b. September 25, 1843; d. December 2, 1892, Warrick County, IN.
ix. HARRIETT CAIN, b. March 31, 1846.
x. SAMUEL OVERTON CAIN, b. September 17, 1847.

Generation No. 3

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Amos Davis Addington

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Sam Addington, Jasper Addington, Harold Addington, Flora Jane Addington McVey, Minnie Addington Reynolds, Bea Addington, & Hero Addington

4.  AMOS DAVIS3 ADDINGTON (JOSHUA2, HENRY1)  He married (1) ELIZA ELLEN CAIN October 15, 1863, daughter of JOHN CAIN and SARAH ADDINGTON.  She was born September 25, 1843, and died December 2, 1892 in Warrick County, IN.  He married (2) HESTER BRAMMER August 27, 1896.    He married (3) LIZZIE TENNYSON November 20, 1907.  She was born January 22, 1856.

Notes for AMOS DAVIS ADDINGTON:
FOUND AT US-GEN.COM CIVIL WAR VET:

Addington, Davis Boon Twp, 42 IN Inf. Co. K, Pvt. Oct. 27, 1840 - Mar 3, 1930, Mt. Gilead Cemetery

COPIED FROM "ADDINGTON FAMILY WALTZING THROUGH THE YEARS" PAGE 17: E.M.G. BELFIELD, AUTHOR,  DOROTHY WARREN,  RESEARCHER:

    Davis (Doc) Addington, son of Joshua and Sarah Inlehart Addington was born Oct. 7, 1840, in Ohio County, Kentucky. He left home on his 21st birthday and went to his Aunt Sarah (Sally) Addington Cain and Uncle John Cain's home in Warrick County, Indiana. On Oct. 15, 1863 he married their
daughter, his cousin, Elizabeth (Eliza) Cain. She was born Sept. 25, 1843.
    Davis was mustered into the Army, Co. K 42nd infantry, in Warrick Co. Ind. to fight on the side of the North in the Civil War. He incurred a broken hip during the War from which he never fully recovered. He wore a built up shoe and walked with a cane to correct his limping. He was tall, had dark hair and dark eyes, a handsome gentleman.
    As soon as Davis was able, after his hip injury, he was made wagon master of his Company, going up and down the Kentucky and Tennessee Mountains. Here he carved his name in a rock, which I am told, can still be seen today.
    After he came home from the War, he studied to be a veterinary. The book from which he gained the most knowledge cost $4.00. People came from miles around to get him to doctor his livestock.
    In 1881 Davis helped build Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Warrick County, south of Boonville, Indiana.
    Davis bought a farm in Warrick County about three miles south of Boonville, on what is now the state road to Yankeetown, Ind. Here is where he and his wife Eliza lived and where their children were born. Their children attended Masters Grade School.
    Davis also had a fruit orchard on his farm. Their house and barn were made with logs. They built an ice house in the barn. It was packed with saw dust and corn stalk pith pounded in between the walls. The boys cut blocks of ice in the winter and stored it there. It lasted most of the summer. Here is where they kept their milk, butter, eggs, vegetables, etc.
   
More About AMOS DAVIS ADDINGTON:
Burial: Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Warrick County, IN
Military Induction: October 30, 1861, Warrick County, IN
Second Marriage: HESTER BRAMMER

More About ELIZA ELLEN CAIN:
Burial: 1893, Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Warrick County, IN

Children of AMOS ADDINGTON and ELIZA CAIN are:
i. WILLIAM SAMUEL4 ADDINGTON, b. November 7, 1864; m. IDA FRANCES THOMPSON, December 13, 1885, Mt. Gilead Baptist Church; b. November 7, 1866.

Notes for WILLIAM SAMUEL ADDINGTON: THIS INFORMATION WAS TAKEN FROM " ADDINGTON FAMILY WALTZING THROUGH THE YEARS" MR. E.M.G. BELFIELD, AUTHOR, DOROTHY WARREN, RESEARCHER:

    IDA WAS THE DAUGTHER OF SERILDA THOMPSON, A WIDOW, WHO LIVED ON A FARM ABOUT THREE MILES SOUTH AND WEST OF THE ADDINGTON HOME PLACE. IDA HAD TWO BROTHERS, JAMES AND WILLIAM THOMPSON AND ONE SISTER, ESTHER THOMPSON.
    AFTER SAMUEL AND IDA MARRIED, HE TOOK OVER AS THE MAN OF THE HOUSE, WORKED THE FARM AND HELPED REAR IDA'S BROTHERS AND SISTER.
    SERILDA THOMPSON MARRIED AGAIN TO AN ARNOLD, AND MOVED AWAY FROM THE FARM. AFTER ALL OF HER CHILDREN WERE MARRIED, AND HER SECOND HUSBAND DIED, AND SHE RETURNED TO THE FARM WITH SAMUEL AND IDA.

ii. ALICE ADDINGTON, b. March 27, 1866.
iii. JASPER ADDINGTON, b. July 27, 1869.
iv. JOSHUA ADDINGTON, b. September 25, 1870; d. October 10, 1871.
v. HAROLD ADDINGTON, b. October 19, 1872.
10. vi. FLORA JANE ADDINGTON, b. May 16, 1874, Warrick County, IN; d. August 23, 1958, Warrick County, IN.
vii. MINNIE ADDINGTON, b. May 31, 1877.
11. viii. JAMES BEA ADDINGTON, b. November 13, 1879.
ix. LIZZIE ADDINGTON, b. April 6, 1882.
x. HERBERT ADDINGTON, b. July 10, 1885.
xi. MALE ADDINGTON, b. January 23, 1887.

Notes for MALE ADDINGTON:

FOUND AT ANCESTRY.COM  Indiana Births, 1880-1920
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Addington,   Davis   Cain    M     23 Jan 1887   H-2 25  Warrick .

5.  ANDREW JACKSON3 ADDINGTON (JOSHUA2, HENRY1) was born October 1, 1844.  He married RHODA JANE BROWN.  She was born March 7, 1844.

Children of ANDREW ADDINGTON and RHODA BROWN are:
i. RACHAEL E.4 ADDINGTON, b. July 28, 1866; m. JOE DEXTON.
ii. JAMES ROBERT ADDINGTON, b. September 22, 1868; d. December 5, 1949;
m. SIBALLIE ASHBY.
iii. WILLIE B. ADDINGTON, b. May 7, 1871; m. EDDIE BELL ADDINGTON.
iv. MIMIE M. ADDINGTON, b. February 27, 1874; d. February 21, 1958; m. JOHN INGLEHART.
12. v. HENRY ELSWORTH ADDINGTON, b. December 9, 1876.
vi. SALLY ISABELLE ADDINGTON, b. December 25, 1878; d. Abt. 1883.
vii. ELIZA JANE ADDINGTON, b. February 8, 1882; m. WILL HARPER.
viii. ELLA LEE ADDINGTON, b. February 8, 1882; m. WOODIE HARPER.

6.  HENRY HAROLD3 CAIN (SARAH ELIZABETH2 ADDINGTON, HENRY1) was born January 3, 1831 in Warrick County, IN., and died March 11, 1931 in Warrick County, IN.  He met ELLEN E HUDSON.  

Notes for HENRY HAROLD CAIN:
FOUND AT GINNEYBURKE DATABASE AT ROOTSWEB.COM:

  An article from the Evansville Press, Evansville, IN honored Henry Harold Cain on Jan. 3, 1931.
"CELEBRATES ONE HUNDREDTH BIRTHDAY - friends and relatives from Wayne attend big Celebration in Evansville". "Henry Harold Cain of Evansville has seen his
ninety-ninth Christmas an d his ninety-ninth New Year's Day because he was 100 years old Saturday, Jan. 3. Mr. Cain was well known in northwestern Wayne. On his birthday his family gave him an elaborate birthday and dinner, inviting many of his friends and relatives from other cities. Those attending from this community were: Eli Barnard, John Barnard, Wm. Barnard, Clarence Barnard and Ardie Barnard. An article from the Evansville Press concerning Mr. Cain appears on Page 4 of this issue."
"HISTORY OF MR. CAIN":
  Cain, who is in remarkable health for his age, is a native of Warrick County. He was born on Jan. 3, 1831 on a farm two and a half miles south of Boonville and spent most of his life as a farmer there, retiring in 1897 after the death of his wife. Since that time he has mad e his home in Evansville with one of his three surviving children, Mrs.. Lisa Wilder, who at
present resides at 1507 N. Main Street. The other two surviving children are Dr. Daniel B. Ca in and Mrs. Rachel Williams both of Evansville.

"MIND REMARKABLY CLEAR" Few there are who keep such a firm hold on this life for 100 years a s Cain has, and even fewer are they that keep their own teeth for that length of time. It was only a few days ago that the back two teeth in his jaw began to pain him. So, he called his son Dr. Cain who is a doctor not a dentist to come and perform the extraction for him. Aside from sore gums the extraction has caused him little inconvenience.

The man's mind is remarkably clear, and he who has seen so much, forgets little. Cain recalls his first trip to Evansville from Boonville when he was a small boy. Evansville consisted of a tin shop, a print shop and a grocery store, in addition to a tobacco warehouse at the time.

The journey, which required one day each way, was a big event in the life of a farm boy in those days. Three yokes of oxen, six animals in all, drew the sled (wagons were seldom used in those days) which was loaded with 300 lbs of tobacco, the sale of which was the reason for the trip. Cain tells of the liquor brawls he saw in Boonville he saw as a child. When questioned in regard to prohibition he indicates that temperance is a better solution to the liquor problem.

Henry Harold Cain married his childhood sweetheart, Ellen Hudson, with whom he had gone to school. Nine children were born with only three of whom are still living. There are 23 living grandchildren, 33 great grandchildren. Cain himself was one of a family of nine children.

As a young man he taught school for a short time near Boonville for $1 daily He tells of the homemade "galluses" the pupils wore. All they consisted of were two straps of cloth with buttonholes at each end. (These held their pants up). Cain served as bailiff of the Warrick County Court for six years.
He has been a member of the General Baptist Church for more than 75 years. Until about about one year ago when his sight went bad, Cain had been a constant reader of the Evansville Courier. He now is able to see vaguely only a few things about him. He hears perfectly however.

Cain suffered two light strokes several years ago, but except for the last three years had been able to go about town as he pleased. Until two years ago he spent almost every day at Garvin Park where he made many friends. Speaking of Christmas dinners long ago he said they were called "long dinners" because they were served on long tables heaped with good things. When asked what he would like for dinner he said "Catfish".

FOUND OBIT AT BROWNING GENEALOGY SITE:

RESIDENCE: 1507 N. MAIN ST.
CAUSE OF DEATH: CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE
CHURCH: GENERAL BAPTIST CHURCH
BORN NEAR BOONVILLE, IN
SCHOOL TEACHER FOR DISTRICT AT AGE 22, LATER TOOK UP FARMING
DAUGHTER: LIDA WILDER WITH WHOM  HE LIVED
DAUGHTER: Mrs. RACHAEL WILLIAMS
SON: DR. DANIEL B. CAIN
23GR, 33GRG, AND 8GGG
WIFE DIED 34YRS. AGO & 6 CHILDREN PRECEDED HIM IN DEATH.
    
FOUND AT TAMARA'S CEMETERY SITES, MT. GILEAD:
Henry H Cain Jan 3 1831 to Mar 11 1931

Children of HENRY CAIN and ELLEN HUDSON are:
i. ELIZA E.4 CAIN, b. Abt. 1861.
13. ii. DR. DANIEL B. CAIN, b. Abt. 1863, Warrick County, IN; d. December 24, 1933.

7.  EZEKIEL HARMON3 CAIN (SARAH ELIZABETH2 ADDINGTON, HENRY1) was born February 28, 1838, and died December 4, 1891.  He married MARY ETTA RHOADS.  
Notes for EZEKIEL HARMON CAIN:
FOUND AT GTULEY'S WEBSITE: Ezekiel Harmon CAIN was born on 28 Feb 1838. He died on 4 Dec 1891. He was married to Mary Etta RHOADS (daughter of Daniel RHOADS and Sarah "Sally" HUDSPETH) on 25 Oct 1860 in Warrick, Indiana.  Mary Etta RHOADS was born on 13 Nov 1838. (20) She died on 24 Feb 1906.  She was buried in Twin Cemetery, Warrick, Indiana. Ezekiel Harmon CAIN and Mary Etta RHOADS had the following children: Cordelia CAIN.

Child of EZEKIEL CAIN and MARY RHOADS is:
i. CORDELIA4 CAIN.

Notes for CORDELIA CAIN:
FOUND AT GTULEY WEBSITE:
Cordelia CAIN was born in 1871.  She died in 1899 in Indiana. She was married to William Alfred LAMAR (son of Francis Marion LAMAR and Amanda Malvina WELLS) on 22 Nov 1892. Marriage performed by W. B. Cain, Justice of the Peace William Alfred LAMAR was born on 21 Feb 1872 in Warrick, Indiana. He died on 23 May 1944 in Lincoln, Logan, Illinois. Cordelia CAIN and William Alfred LAMAR had the following children: 
Etta Amanda LAMAR.

8.  ELI LEWIS3 CAIN (SARAH ELIZABETH2 ADDINGTON, HENRY1) was born February
27, 1842.  He married SARAH JANE KIRBY.  

Child of ELI CAIN and SARAH KIRBY is:
i. STELLA4 CAIN.

Notes for STELLA CAIN:
FOUND AT GTULEY WEBSITE:

Sixth Generation

47. Stella CAIN (15) was born on 28 Dec 1877 in , Warrick, Indiana.(15) She died on 8 Jun 1896 in Warrick, Indiana. (15)

She was married to William Henry HARTER (son of Nicholas HARTER and  America Ann TULEY) on 1 Mar 1896 in Warrick, Indiana. (15) William Henry HARTER (25) was born on 10 Jun 1873 in , Warrick, Indiana. (15) He died on 31 Dec 1968 in Princeton, Gibson, Indiana. (15)

9.  ELIZA ELLEN3 CAIN (SARAH ELIZABETH2 ADDINGTON, HENRY1) was born September 25, 1843, and died December 2, 1892 in Warrick County, IN.  She married
AMOS DAVIS ADDINGTON October 15, 1863, son of JOSHUA ADDINGTON and SALLY INGLEHART.  

More About ELIZA ELLEN CAIN:
Burial: 1893, Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Warrick County, IN

Notes for AMOS DAVIS ADDINGTON:
FOUND AT US-GEN.COM CIVIL WAR VET:
Addington, Davis Boon Twp, 42 IN Inf. Co. K, Pvt. Oct. 27, 1840 - Mar 3, 1930, Mt. Gilead Cemetery

COPIED FROM "ADDINGTON FAMILY WALTZING THROUGH THE YEARS" PAGE 17: E.M.G. BELFIELD, AUTHOR,  DOROTHY WARREN,  RESEARCHER:
    
    Davis (Doc) Addington, son of Joshua and Sarah Inlehart Addington was born Oct. 7, 1840, in Ohio County, Kentucky. He left home on his 21st birthday and went to his Aunt Sarah (Sally) Addington Cain and Uncle John Cain's home in Warrick County, Indiana. On Oct. 15, 1863 he married their
daughter, his cousin, Elizabeth (Eliza) Cain. She was born Sept. 25, 1843. 
    Davis was mustered into the Army, Co. K 42nd infantry, in Warrick Co. Ind. to fight on the side of the North in the Civil War. He incurred a broken hip during the War from which he never fully recovered. He wore a built up shoe and walked with a cane to correct his limping. He was tall, had dark hair and dark eyes, a handsome gentleman.
    As soon as Davis was able, after his hip injury, he was made wagon master of his Company, going up and down the Kentucky and Tennessee Mountains. Here he carved his name in a rock, which I am told, can still be seen today.
    After he came home from the War, he studied to be a veterinary. The book from which he gained the most knowledge cost $4.00. People came from miles around to get him to doctor his livestock.
    In 1881 Davis helped build Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Warrick County, south of Boonville, Indiana.
    Davis bought a farm in Warrick County about three miles south of Boonville, on what is now the state road to Yankeetown, Ind. Here is where he and his wife Eliza lived and where their children were born. Their children attended Masters Grade School.
    Davis also had a fruit orchard on his farm. Their house and barn were made with logs. They built an ice house in the barn. It was packed with saw dust and corn stalk pith pounded in between the walls. The boys cut blocks of ice in the winter and stored it there. It lasted most of the summer. Here is where they kept their milk, butter, eggs, vegetables, etc.
   
More About AMOS DAVIS ADDINGTON:
Burial: Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Warrick County, IN
Military Induction: October 30, 1861, Warrick County, IN
Second Marriage: HESTER BRAMMER

Children are listed above under (4) Amos Davis Addington.

Generation No. 4

10.  FLORA JANE4 ADDINGTON (AMOS DAVIS3, JOSHUA2, HENRY1) was born May 16, 1874 in Warrick County, IN, and died August 23, 1958 in Warrick County, IN.  She married WILLIAM JACOB MCVEY October 20, 1895 in DAVID ADDINGTON, son of CHARLES MCVEY and PEARL.  He was born November 10, 1872 in Warrick County,IN., and died April 30, 1927 in Warrick County, IN
Notes for FLORA JANE ADDINGTON:
I WAS NAMED AFTER FLORA JANE. I REMEMBER PLAYING WITH HER VERY OLD DOLLS. SHE WAS IN A NURSING HOME AT THE END & SHE WOULD GIVE US THOSE PINK PEPPERMINT CANDIES, TO THIS DAY WHEN I SEE THEM I THINK OF HER.  IT'S BEEN OVER  40 YRS. AGO SHE DIED.

More About FLORA JANE ADDINGTON:
Burial: 1958, Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Warrick County, IN
Namesake: 1951, FLORA MAY LESLIE was named after her.

Notes for WILLIAM JACOB MCVEY:
FOUND AT TAMARA'S SITE MT. GILEAD CEM:

Wm J McVey 1872-1927
Flora J McVey 1874-1958

FOUND IN COMBINED INDEX OF THE FAMILY AND BIBLE RECORDS VOL1-14 HOUSTON & TRILLICH

More About WILLIAM JACOB MCVEY:
Adoption: Abt. 1875, Birth parents were: WILLIAM LEE and POLLY COFFEE JOHNSON. His parents both died and he was adopted by CHARLES and PEARL MCVEY.
Burial: 1927, Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Warrick County, IN

Children of FLORA ADDINGTON and WILLIAM MCVEY are:
i. CHARLES JACOB5 MCVEY, b. September 3, 1896; m. DANA D. SMITH, November 17, 1917.

ii. WILLIAM LEE MCVEY, b. October 27, 1898, Boonville, IN (Warrick); d. January 1997, Boonville, IN (Warrick); m. (1) ESTER JANE MCCOOL, September 30, 1923; b. June 16, 1906, Boonville, IN (Warrick); d. December 21, 1932, Evansville Indiana State Hospital; m. (2) NETTIE BULLOCK, July 11, 1945.

Notes for ESTER JANE MCCOOL: ESTHER MCCOOL'S BIRTH RECORD FOUND AT ANCESTRY.COM:
McCool, John    Malona D Evans     F    16 Jun 1906  H-9 9   Warrick

FOUND AT TAMARA'S SITE MT. GILEAD CEM
Ester J  McVey               1906-1932
John McCool                   1875-1948
Malona D McCool            1878-1933 w/o J

More About ESTER JANE MCCOOL: Burial: 1932, Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Warrick County, IN

iii. ELIZA MCVEY, b. August 18, 1900; d. July 28, 1901.

iv. FLOSSIE P. MCVEY, b. January 7, 1904; m. ROY A. MCNEELY, November 12, 1922.

v. LUCIE M. MCVEY, b. Abt. 1905; d. June 12, 1906.
vi. GERTRUDE J. MCVEY, b. September 14, 1907; d. April 9, 1911.

Notes for GERTRUDE J. MCVEY: HAZEL EDITH MCVEY (MY MOTHER) TOLD ME ON 7/2/01 THAT GERTRUDE DIED AROUND 3 YRS. OLD.

vii. EMMA ADA MCVEY, b. May 11, 1914; m. JOHNIE MELVIN FRANKLIN POWERS, December 24, 1941.

Notes for EMMA ADA MCVEY:
    
FOUND AT ANCESTRY.COM
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McVey, Emma Ada William J Flora Addington F 11 May 1914 H-12 12   Warrick

viii. FLORA EDITH MCVEY, b. March 5, 1917; m. CHARLES A. ROGERS, March
9, 1935.

Notes for FLORA EDITH MCVEY:

FOUND AT ANCESTRY.COM  

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McVey, Flora Edith    Wm, Jr    Flora J Addington F
05 Mar 1917 H-12 92   Warrick .

11.  JAMES BEA4 ADDINGTON (AMOS DAVIS3, JOSHUA2, HENRY1) was born November 13, 1879.  He married BERTHA A. POWELL.  

Child of JAMES ADDINGTON and BERTHA POWELL is:
i. FLORENCE MAE5 ADDINGTON, b. August 12, 1907, WARRICK COUNTY,INDIANA.

Notes for FLORENCE MAE ADDINGTON: INFO FOUND AT WARRICK COUNTY COURT HOUSE, INDIANA - BIRTH BY COURT ORDER: VOL. 1 PAGE 244.

12.  HENRY ELSWORTH4 ADDINGTON (ANDREW JACKSON3, JOSHUA2, HENRY1) was born December 9, 1876.  He married WILLIE LOUIS ROWE.  

Child of HENRY ADDINGTON and WILLIE ROWE is:
i. RAYBURN5 ADDINGTON, d. June 21, 1963; m. DELPHINE.

Notes for RAYBURN ADDINGTON:
RAYBURN ADDINGTON'S family liven in RR Centertown, KY.

13.  DR. DANIEL B.4 CAIN (HENRY HAROLD3, SARAH ELIZABETH2 ADDINGTON, HENRY1) was born Abt. 1863 in Warrick County, IN, and died December 24, 1933.  He
married DOROTHY.  

Notes for DR. DANIEL B. CAIN:
FOUND AT BROWNING GENEALOGY FUNERAL SITE:
DIED AT HIS RESIDENCE (HEART)  814 MAIN ST. WAS PHYSICIAN IN EVANSVILLE SINCE 1894

Children of DANIEL CAIN and DOROTHY are:
i. B. U.5 CAIN.

Notes for B. U. CAIN:
FOUND AT BROWNING GENEALOGY FUNERAL HOME SITE: LIVED AT HOLLYWOOD, CALF. IN 1933

ii. H .B. CAIN.

Notes for H .B. CAIN:
FOUND AT BROWNING GENEALOGY FUNERAL HOME SITE: LIVED IN GLENDALE, CALF. IN 1933

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