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Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: August 17, 2006 at 08:30:25
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Barndollar, Pratt

Released 26 March 2004
A Standard History of Kansas and Kansans

Pratt Barndollar, a cattle dealer at Coffeyville, had some very interesting connections with the country and the people of Southern Kansas and of Old Indian Territory.

His father was the late J. J. Barndollar, who built up by energetic business methods a large estate consisting of mercantile, manufacturing, mining, banking and other business properties, and was one of the leading men of his time in Southern Kansas and Northern Oklahoma. J. J. Barndollar was born at Everett, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, in 1842, and came west when a young man. He arrived at Humboldt, Kansas, in 1869, and in 1871 went into Osage country of Indian Territory around Pawhuska. He afterwards lived at Parker, Kansas, and at Coffeyville from the establishment of that town. He was a merchant and Indian trader, and for a number of years was connected with some of the principal trading stores in the northern part of old Indian Territory. He was a member of the firm of Barndollar, Bartles & Gibson at Pawhnska; of Barndollar, Bartles & Neilson at Claremore; and of J. J. Barndollar & Company at Nowata, Oklahoma. He was also president of the Coffeyville Furniture Company, president of the A. P. Boswell Hardware Company, and director in the Condon National Bank. He died October 23, 1904, in New Mexico, while traveling for his health in that state and in Texas.

The late J. J. Barndollar was a republican in politics, and was affiliated with Keystone Lodge No. 102, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons at Coffeyville, with Topeka Consistory of the thirty-second degree Scottish Rite and with Abdallah Temple of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine at Leavenworth. He was a soldier throughout the Civil war, serving as a lieutenant in a company of Pennsylvania Infantry.

J. J. Barndollar married Nonie, Pratt, who is now living at Coffeyville and is executrix of the large estate left by her late husband. She was born in Leavenworth, Kansas, and is a quarter-blood Delaware Indian. She had a close relationship with some of the most prominent members of that tribe. Her grandfather Maj. J. G. Pratt was Indian agent at Piper, Wyandotte County, Kansas, for the Delaware Indians and of the Wyandotte tribes. She is also, a granddaughter of Rev. Charles Journeycake, the famous chief of the Delawares. She received her education in Leavenworth and Shepardson College of Granville, Ohio. Mrs. J. J. Barndollar's mother is now Mrs. N. M. Bartles of Dewey, Oklahoma. Bartlesville, Oklahoma, was named for Mr. Bartles, and all these families, the Journeycakes, Bartles and Pratts were very prominent in both early and late history of Kansas and Northern Oklahoma. Mrs. Barndollar is now Mrs. A. H. Gibson, and lives at the old homestead at Coffeyville, and had a large estate to look after, including city property, oil lands, and farms. She is a daughter of the American Revolution.

Pratt Barndollar, only son and child of the late J. J. Barndollar, was born at Coffeyville April 23, 1891, and resided at 301 West Eighth Street, just east of the old homestead where he was born and reared.

He received his early education in the Coffeyville public schools, attending the high school, the Culver Military Academy in Indiana and the William Jewell College at Liberty, Missouri, leaving school in 1909 to take up an active business life. Since then he had handled cattle and also oil interests, and had assisted his mother in the management of the estate.

He is an independent republican, is a member of the Baptist Church, and stands high in Masonry, being affiliated with Keystone Lodge No. 102, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons at Coffeyville, Coffeyville Chapter No. 89, Royal Arch Masons, Lochinvar Commandery No. 152, Knights Templar, Fort Scott Consistory of the Scottish Rite No. 4 at Fort Scott, and Mirzah Temple of the Mystic Shrine at Pittsburg, Kansas. He is also a member of the Coffeyville Commercial Club, and had a life membership in the Kansas Society of the Sons of the American Revolution and is the lineal descendant of six revolutionary ancestors
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Name: J. J. Barndollar
Sex: M

Marriage 1 Nonie Pratt b: 12 MAR 1861
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Name: Charles Journeycake 1 2
Sex: M
Birth: 16 DEC 1817 in Upper Sandusky, OH 1
Birth: 16 DEC 1817 in Upper Sandusky, White Woman Creek, OH 2
Death: 3 JAN 1894 in Alluwe/Nowata, Rogers, OK 1
Death: 3 JAN 1894 in Alluwe, Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, OK 2
Burial: Lighting Crek, Alluwe, OK 1
Change Date: 20 DEC 2003 2
Note:
Charles Indian name was Ne-sha-pa-na-cumin, he was the las t Chief of the Delawares before they signed an agreement wi th the Cherokee Nation and became incorporated into the Che rokee Tribe. Charley, as he was usually called succeeded hi s father Solomon Journeycake, as Chief of the Delawares. A s young boys he and his brother (Issac) went on hunting tri ps with their father and lived in Wigwams that he would bui ld for them. He was born at Whitewoman Creek, Ohio, but tw o years later was removed with his tribe to Missouri. In 18 29 his part of the tribe settled in Wyandote, Kansas, wher e they lived until 1868. While in Kansas, Charles owned qui te a number of horses, in which he rode and raced, but gamb ling was never allowed.

About the same time, the Kansas Pacific road cut through th eir property and they were forced to sell their lands in Ka nsas, and again moved south to the Vergigris and Caney Rive rs in the Indian Territory. Charles became chief of the Wol f Clan when he was 38 years old and was chosen later as pri ncipal Chief of the Delawares. He was the first of the Dela ware Indians to be bapitzed at the Indian Reservation in Ka nsas (1833), he then studied for the ministry and seveal ye ars after becoming chieftain he was ordained in the Baptis t ministry. He came with his people into the Indian Territo ry and founded the Delaware Baptist Church at Alluwe.
A born leader, a brilliant statesman, he was firm, but ver y modest, long suffering and kind. He devoted his life to t he spritual and material welfare of his people and nothin g could make him neglect them or his ministry.
After the loss of his beloved companion, his wife Jane, cam e the stunning effect upon the bereaved husband. Life was n ever the same with him after the separation. He had so lon g been in the habit of counseling with her upon every impor tant matter, and she had been a prompt and strong support i n every emergency, that the most important factor had gon e out of his life.[BowmanSimpson204.FTW]

Charles Indian name was Ne-sha-pa-na-cumin, he was the las t Chief of the Delawares before they signed an agreement wi th the Cherokee Nation and became incorporated into the Che rokee Tribe. Charley, as he was usually called succeeded hi s father Solomon Journeycake, as Chief of the Delawares. A s young boys he and his brother (Issac) went on hunting tri ps with their father and lived in Wigwams that he would bui ld for them. He was born at Whitewoman Creek, Ohio, but tw o years later was removed with his tribe to Missouri. In 18 29 his part of the tribe settled in Wyandote, Kansas, wher e they lived until 1868. While in Kansas, Charles owned qui te a number of horses, in which he rode and raced, but gamb ling was never allowed.

About the same time, the Kansas Pacific road cut through th eir property and they were forced to sell their lands in Ka nsas, and again moved south to the Vergigris and Caney Rive rs in the Indian Territory. Charles became chief of the Wol f Clan when he was 38 years old and was chosen later as pri ncipal Chief of the Delawares. He was the first of the Dela ware Indians to be bapitzed at the Indian Reservation in Ka nsas (1833), he then studied for the ministry and seveal ye ars after becoming chieftain he was ordained in the Baptis t ministry. He came with his people into the Indian Territo ry and founded the Delaware Baptist Church at Alluwe.
A born leader, a brilliant statesman, he was firm, but ver y modest, long suffering and kind. He devoted his life to t he spritual and material welfare of his people and nothin g could make him neglect them or his ministry.
After the loss of his beloved companion, his wife Jane, cam e the stunning effect upon the bereaved husband. Life was n ever the same with him after the separation. He had so lon g been in the habit of counseling with her upon every impor tant matter, and she had been a prompt and strong support i n every emergency, that the most important factor had gon e out of his life.[Castleman Desce.ged]

Ne-sha-pa-na-cumin, Last Chief of the Delaware Nation in In dian Territory, OK. By all accounts he was a brilliant stat esman and was a greatly respected, prominent resident. In 1 833 he was baptized, the first of the Delaware Indians to b e baptized at the Indian reservation in Kansas. He became a n ordained Baptist minister and a Christian leader among hi s Delaware people.
His early years were spent in Ohio, 1828 the entire Delawar e Nation began the forced removal to the Kansas Indian rese rvation, his family left in 1831 or 32, the last of the Del aware to leave their homeland. In 1867, the Kansas reservat ion was closed and the Delaware removed to Oklahoma and bec ame part of the Cherokee Nation. At his death he left a lar ge fortune.


Father: Solomon Journeycake b: BET 1790 AND 1795 in OH
Mother: Sally Olivia Williams b: 1797 in Sandusky, OH

Marriage 1 Jane Socia b: FEB 1821 in OH
Married: MAY 1837
Married: MAY 1837 in Delaware Reservation, KS 2
Change Date: 10 APR 2003 2
Children
Henry Journeycake b: 29 MAY 1850 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS
Baron Stow Journeycake b: 29 MAR 1858 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS
Mary Elizabeth Journeycake b: 8 SEP 1838 in Kansas Reservation, Indian Territory | Wyandotte Co., KS
Rachel Ann Journeycake b: 20 JUL 1840 in Wyandotte Co., KS
Nannie May Journeycake b: 28 AUG 1843 in Wyandotte Co., KS
Lucy Jane Journeycake b: 27 DEC 1846 in Kansas Reservation, Indian Territory
Adeline Lenora Journeycake b: 29 NOV 1852 in Wyandotte, Kansas Indian Reservation
Emeline Jane Journeycake b: 29 NOV 1852 in Kansas Reservation, Indian Territory
Anna Elizabeth Journeycake b: 29 NOV 1855 in KS
Cora Lee Journeycake b: 2 OCT 1859 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS
Journeycake b: 1842 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS
Journeycake b: 1849 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS
Anna Elizabeth Journeycake b: 3 MAR 1855 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS
Journeycake b: MAY 1857 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS
Journeycake b: 12 DEC 1862 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS

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Title: Castleman Desce.ged
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Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1

1. Nonie Pratt was born 12 MAR 1861. She was the daughter of 2. Lucius Bolles Pratt and 3. Nannie May Journeycake. She married J. J. Barndollar.


Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

2. Lucius Bolles Pratt was born 17 JUL 1841 in Johnson Co., Kansas, and died 7 SEP 1865.

3. Nannie May Journeycake was born 28 AUG 1843 in Wyandotte Co., KS, and died 11 OCT 1924 in Dewey, Oklahoma. She was buried in Bartles Mausoleum, Dewey Cemetary, Dewey, OK. She was the daughter of 6. Charles Journeycake and 7. Jane Socia.

Children of Nannie May Journeycake and Lucius Bolles Pratt are:1. i. Nonie Pratt was born 12 MAR 1861. She married J. J. Barndollar.
ii. Ella May Pratt was born 14 MAY 1863. She married Frank Neilson.
iii. Ida F. Pratt was born 7 NOV 1865. She married A. H. Gibson.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3

6. Charles Journeycake was born 16 DEC 1817 in Upper Sandusky, OH, and died 3 JAN 1894 in Alluwe/Nowata, Rogers, OK. He was buried in Lighting Crek, Alluwe, OK. He was the son of 12. Solomon Journeycake and 13. Sally Olivia Williams.

7. Jane Socia was born FEB 1821 in OH, and died 13 JAN 1893 in Alluwe, Roger, OK. She was the daughter of 14. Sylvester Socia and 15. Delware \ Cherokee Woman.

Children of Jane Socia and Charles Journeycake are:
i. Henry Journeycake was born 29 MAY 1850 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS, and died 29 MAR 1852 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS.
ii. Baron Stow Journeycake was born 29 MAR 1858 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS, and died 1858.
iii. Mary Elizabeth Journeycake was born 8 SEP 1838 in Kansas Reservation, Indian Territory | Wyandotte Co., KS, and died 28 JAN 1914 in Y. She married Charles H Armstrong.
iv. Rachel Ann Journeycake was born 20 JUL 1840 in Wyandotte Co., KS, and died 3 FEB 1891 in Y. She married Nelson J Tanner.
3. v. Nannie May Journeycake was born 28 AUG 1843 in Wyandotte Co., KS, and died 11 OCT 1924 in Dewey, Oklahoma. She married Lucius Bolles Pratt 2 MAR 1860 in Delaware Baptist Church, Kansas. He was born 17 JUL 1841 in Johnson Co., Kansas, and died 7 SEP 1865. She married Jacob Hillier Bartles 1 OCT 1868 in Leavenworth, KS. He was born 11 JUN 1842 in Chester, Morris County, New Jersey.
vi. Lucy Jane Journeycake was born 27 DEC 1846 in Kansas Reservation, Indian Territory, and died 1 FEB 1882 in Y. She married Henry A Armstrong.
vii. Adeline Lenora Journeycake was born 29 NOV 1852 in Wyandotte, Kansas Indian Reservation, and died 14 AUG 1913 in Nowata, OK. She married Samuel Donaldson Love, son of Samuel Love and Couchahoya. He was born FEB 1845 in OK, and died 25 JUN 1891 in OK. She married Charles Warren Merritt. She married Everett Monroe Lowrance. He was born in OK, and died in Nowata, OK.
viii. Emeline Jane Journeycake was born 29 NOV 1852 in Kansas Reservation, Indian Territory, and died 8 JUN 1917 in Y. She married John E Campbell ABT 1861 in Alluwe, Nowata, Oklahoma. He was born ABT 1836 in Alluwe, Nowata, Oklahoma.
ix. Anna Elizabeth Journeycake was born 29 NOV 1855 in KS, and died 31 AUG 1913. She married Henry A Armstrong.
x. Cora Lee Journeycake was born 2 OCT 1859 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS, and died 6 JUN 1888 in Y. She married William V Carey.
xi. Journeycake was born 1842 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS, and died 1842.
xii. Journeycake was born 1849 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS, and died 1849.
xiii. Anna Elizabeth Journeycake was born 3 MAR 1855 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS, and died in Y.
xiv. Journeycake was born MAY 1857 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS, and died MAY 1857.
xv. Journeycake was born 12 DEC 1862 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS, and died 10 FEB 1863.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 4

12. Solomon Journeycake was born BET 1790 AND 1795 in OH, and died 1855 in White Church, KS. He was the son of 24. Buckongahelas Journeycake and 25. Delaware Woman.

13. Sally Olivia Williams was born 1797 in Sandusky, OH, and died 6 FEB 1873 in Lightening Creek, OK. She was buried in Journeycake Cemetery, Nowata, OK. She was the daughter of 26. Abraham Issac Williams and 27. Mary Sarah Castleman.

Children of Sally Olivia Williams and Solomon Journeycake are:
i. Nancy Journeycake was born 1810, and died in Y. She married Charles Ketchum. He died in Y.
6. ii. Charles Journeycake was born 16 DEC 1817 in Upper Sandusky, OH, and died 3 JAN 1894 in Alluwe/Nowata, Rogers, OK. He married Jane Socia MAY 1837 in Delaware Reservation, KS, daughter of Sylvester Socia and Delware \ Cherokee Woman. She was born FEB 1821 in OH, and died 13 JAN 1893 in Alluwe, Roger, OK.
iii. Issac Journeycake was born 1819 in Upper Sandusky, White Woman Creek, OH, and died 1875 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, OK. He married Nancy (Auh Pa Mun Da Qua). He married Nancy Ketchum 1839 in Delaware Indian Reservation, Wyandotte Co., KS. She died in Y.
iv. John Journeycake was born ABT 1831 in Little Sandusky, Wyandot Co., OH, and died in Y.
v. Nancy Journeycake was born 1820 in Upper Sandusky, White Woman Creek, OH, and died in Y. She married Charles Ketchum. He died in Y.

14. Sylvester Socia was born in France, and died in ?. He was the son of 28. Christian Socia.

15. Delware \ Cherokee Woman.

Child of Delware \ Cherokee Woman and Sylvester Socia is:
7. i. Jane Socia was born FEB 1821 in OH, and died 13 JAN 1893 in Alluwe, Roger, OK. She married Charles Journeycake MAY 1837 in Delaware Reservation, KS, son of Solomon Journeycake and Sally Olivia Williams. He was born 16 DEC 1817 in Upper Sandusky, OH, and died 3 JAN 1894 in Alluwe/Nowata, Rogers, OK.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 5

24. Buckongahelas Journeycake was born ABT 1700 in OH, and died ABT 1805 in IN. He was the son of 48. Chief Wendacolla Journeycake and 49. Delaware Woman.

25. Delaware Woman. She was the daughter of 50. Chief Captain Pipe \ Hopacan and 51. Delaware Woman.

Children of Delaware Woman and Buckongahelas Journeycake are: i. Kistalwa Journeycake.
ii. Roasting Ear Journeycake died in Texas. He married Maria.
iii. Unk. Journeycake.
iv. Unk Journeycake.
12. v. Solomon Journeycake was born BET 1790 AND 1795 in OH, and died 1855 in White Church, KS. He married Sally Olivia Williams 1812 in Ashland Co., OH, daughter of Abraham Issac Williams and Mary Sarah Castleman. She was born 1797 in Sandusky, OH, and died 6 FEB 1873 in Lightening Creek, OK.

26. Abraham Issac Williams was born 1759 in New Comerstown, White Womans Creek, OH, and died 1812 in Ohio. He was the son of 52. Issac Williams Sr. and 53. Broken Horn.

27. Mary Sarah Castleman was born 1 APR 1777 in Redstone, Westmoreland Co., PA, and died 12 AUG 1874 in Atwater, Portage Co., OH. She was buried in Atwater Cemetary, Portage Co., OK. She was the daughter of 54. William Henry Castleman and 55. Margaret Martin.

Children of Mary Sarah Castleman and Abraham Issac Williams are:
13. i. Sally Olivia Williams was born 1797 in Sandusky, OH, and died 6 FEB 1873 in Lightening Creek, OK. She married Solomon Journeycake 1812 in Ashland Co., OH, son of Buckongahelas Journeycake and Delaware Woman. He was born BET 1790 AND 1795 in OH, and died 1855 in White Church, KS.
ii. George Issac Williams was born 1798, and died in Y.
iii. George Isaac Williams was born 1799 in Indian camp, Sandusky, Erie Co., OH, and died in Y.

28. Christian Socia.

Child of Christian Socia is:
14. i. Sylvester Socia was born in France, and died in ?. He married Delware \ Cherokee Woman.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 6


48. Chief Wendacolla Journeycake.

49. Delaware Woman. She was the daughter of 98. Chief Netawatwees and 99. King Newcomer.

Child of Delaware Woman and Chief Wendacolla Journeycake is:
24. i. Buckongahelas Journeycake was born ABT 1700 in OH, and died ABT 1805 in IN. He married Delaware Woman, daughter of Chief Captain Pipe \ Hopacan and Delaware Woman.

50. Chief Captain Pipe \ Hopacan died BET 1812 AND 1814 in Canada. He was the son of 100. Gideon (Captain Pach Got Goen).

51. Delaware Woman.

Children of Delaware Woman and Chief Captain Pipe \ Hopacan are:
25. i. Delaware Woman. She married Buckongahelas Journeycake, son of Chief Wendacolla Journeycake and Delaware Woman. He was born ABT 1700 in OH, and died ABT 1805 in IN.
ii. Captain (Eli) Pipe Jr. died BET 1839 AND 1840 in Kansas.

52. Issac Williams Sr. was born 1737 in Chester, PA, and died 25 SEP 1820 in OH.

53. Broken Horn. She was the daughter of 106. Half King | Duenquid |.

Children of Broken Horn and Issac Williams Sr. are:
i. Issac Willaims Jr..
ii. Joseph Williams.
26. iii. Abraham Issac Williams was born 1759 in New Comerstown, White Womans Creek, OH, and died 1812 in Ohio. He married Mary Sarah Castleman BET 1795 AND 1796 in Indian camp, Sandusky, Erie Co., OH, daughter of William Henry Castleman and Margaret Martin. She was born 1 APR 1777 in Redstone, Westmoreland Co., PA, and died 12 AUG 1874 in Atwater, Portage Co., OH.

54. William Henry Castleman was born 1747 in Stone Arabia, Frederick Co., VA, and died 1812 in Stark Co., OH. He was the son of 108. William Johan Henry Castleman and 109. Anna Margaretha Salzman.

55. Margaret Martin died 1800 in Y.

Children of Margaret Martin and William Henry Castleman are:
27. i. Mary Sarah Castleman was born 1 APR 1777 in Redstone, Westmoreland Co., PA, and died 12 AUG 1874 in Atwater, Portage Co., OH. She married Abraham Issac Williams BET 1795 AND 1796 in Indian camp, Sandusky, Erie Co., OH, son of Issac Williams Sr. and Broken Horn. He was born 1759 in New Comerstown, White Womans Creek, OH, and died 1812 in Ohio. She married John Wells 25 MAY 1802 in Jefferson Co., OH. He died 1812.
ii. Richard Castleman was born 1780 in Westmoreland Co., PA, and died 1828 in Y.
iii. Margaret Castleman was born 25 JUL 1782 in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland Co., PA, and died 19 JUN 1851 in Y. She married Jacob Wright.
iv. William Castleman was born 1787 in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland Co., PA, and died 10 AUG 1855 in Y.
v. David Castleman was born 1788 in Rostraver Township, Westmoreland Co., PA, and died 28 JUL 1838 in Y.
vi. Henry Castleman was born 1790 in Ohio Co., VA, and died 1852 in Y.
vii. John Castleman was born 1792 in Ohio Co., VA, and died 17 FEB 1845 in Y.
viii. Elizabeth Castleman was born 1795 in Ohio Co., VA, and died 1827 in Y. She married Unk. Ross.
ix. Catherine Castleman was born 1800 in Jefferson Co., Ohio, and died in Y. She married Henry Stoner.


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