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Elcanal L. (Sarah Ann Shroll) Knouse Family Group Sheet

Contributed by Darlene Christison Mingus,
Thanks for sharing!


Family Group Record
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Husband: Elcanah L. Knouse
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      Birth: 30 Dec 1842    Crawford Co., Ohio                      
    Military: 1862          Pennsylvania Union                      
      Census: 1870          Bon Homme Co., South Dakota            
Land Entries: 2 May 1870    Bon Homme, South Dakota-Doc. #561-160 ac
Land Entries: 22 Dec 1871    Bon Homme, South Dakota-Doc. #1740-160 a
  Occupation: abt 1872      Blacksmith                              
      Census: 1880          Pottawatomie Co., Kansas                
        Misc: 1887          Came to Idaho                          
Land Entries: 10 Dec 1897    Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho                  
      Census: 1900          Canyon Co., Emmett Precinct, Idaho      
      Census: 1910          Canyon Co., Emmett Precinct, Idaho      
      Death: 5 May 1910    Emmett, Gem Co., Idaho                  
      Burial: 7 May 1910    Emmett, Idaho-Emmett Cemetery          
Newspaper Art.: 3 Oct 2007    War Verterans honored for service      
        Misc:                Member of the Idaho G.A.R.              
        Misc:                Along the River by Nellie Ireton Mills  
    Marriage: aft 1907                                              
      Father: John Henry Knouse (b 20 Jan 1808)
      Mother: Elizabeth Snider Cranbaugh (b 4 Dec 1808)
Other spouse: Sarah Ann Shroll (m 12 Feb 1865)                      
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Wife: Margaret
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      Birth: 1842          , Mississippi                          
      Death: aft 1910                                              
      Burial:                                                        
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Children
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Prepared 22 Apr 2012 by:
Darlene Mingus




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FAMILY NOTES
Marriage(1,2): 

HUSBAND NOTES: Elcanah L. Knouse
Birth(3): 
Military(4): 
Census(5): 
Land Entries(6): 
Land Entries(6): 
Occupation(7): 
Census(8): 
Misc(9): 
Land Entries(10): 
Census(11): 
Census(12): 
Death(2): 
Burial(2): 
Newspaper Art.(13): 
Misc(2): 
Misc(14): 
General(15): The names and the dates of the births and deaths  of Elcanah L. Knouse and his 
wife Sarah Ann Shroll and their children were taken from the Family Record Page 
of Births from their bible.

WIFE NOTES: Margaret
Birth(16): 

SOURCES
1.  Census: 1910 Canyon Co., Emmett Precinct, Idaho.
2.  Obituary.
3.  Family Bible.
4.  Military.  Elcanah enlisted in Co. D., First Calvary, M.M.B. vols., and served thru the 
entire Civil War.
5.  Census: 1870 Bon Homme Co., South Dakota.  p.61. Sarah's brother Edman and his wife, Mary and her brother Wilson were 
living next door.
6.  BLM-Bureau of Land Management-Eastern States.
7.  History of Laclede, Pottawatomie Co., Kansas.
8.  Census: 1880 Pottawatomie Co., Kansas.
9.  Family members.
10.  BLM-Bureau of Land Management-Eastern States.  Serial #IDIDAA014908.
11.  Census: 1900 Canyon Co., Idaho.  Emmett Precinct.
12.  Census: 1910 Canyon Co., Idaho.  South Emmett Precinct.
13.  Local Emmett weekly newspaper.  George Gardner and Elcanah Knouse were listed.  George was my great grandfather 
and Elcanah was Kenny's great grandfather.
14.  Copy.
15.  GEDCOM file imported on 3 Nov 2000.
16.  Census: 1910 Canyon Co., Idaho.  South Emmett Precinct.



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