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Varners in Shelby, Clay, Vigo Counties, Indiana
Posted by: Steven Clyde Varner (ID *****0525) Date: March 05, 2009 at 09:19:17
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I would be interested in hearing from anybody who descends from Varner families in Shelby, Clay or Vigo Counties in Indiana.

I am looking for descendants of:
Jacob VARNER who lived in Shelby County and Clay County. His wife was Louisiana (aka Louisana, Louisa, Louiza) BRACKEN.
His living children were:
Alice VARNER (Docia Alice VARNER, b. abt 1867), Charles VARNER (b. abt 1869), and Albert VARNER (b. abt 1873) in Shelby County.

Jacob's sister Louisa VARNER, wife of Azariah V. WHITED (WHITARD, etc.).

Cynthia VARNER, wife of Samuel HOWERY (Children: William, Eunice, Charles)

Matilda VARNER, possibly marrying another WHITED.

Minerva Jane VARNER, wife of Hiram FOX.

Erastus Perry VARNER, whose wife was Margaret Ann LOUDERMILK.

Their son, William Curtis VARNER, married to Laura Bell NAVEL. (Children: Irene Helen, Herbert H., Charles William)

Daughter, Minnie May VARNER married to Alonzo LATHAM (Children: Ruth May, Clifford, Dorothy Wanetta)

Daughter, Rella VARNER, married (1) to Ben PURCELL (Children: Benjamin Wayne, Cecil, Marcella), married (2) to David NAVEL (children: Harry Lester)

Daughter, Mabel VARNER, married to Henry SINDERS (children: Dorothy)

Clyde VARNER, son of Erastus is my grandfather.

Steven Varner

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