Mary Belle SOLE

Female 1878 - 1953  (75 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Mary Belle SOLE was born 21 Jul 1878, Madison County, Iowa (daughter of Joseph Robert SOLE and Ruth COX); died 16 Oct 1953, Winterset, Madison, Iowa, USA; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1900, Living with husband in Lee Twp., Madison Co., Iowa
    • Census: 1910, Living with husband in Jefferson Twp., Madison Co., Iowa
    • Fact: 1910, Lists having 4 children with 3 living
    • Census: 1920, Living with husband in Union, Madison Co., Iowa

    Notes:


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    w/o Charles M.
    d/o Joseph R. & Ruth (Cox)

    Winterset Madisonian, October 22, 1952, Pg7
    Winterset, Iowa

    MRS. CHARLES M. ADDY OF WINTERSET DIES

    Life-Long Resident of this County Was 74 Years of Age

    Mrs. Charles M. Addy, life-long resident of Madison county died at her home in Winterset last Thursday. Her death came suddenly, although she had been in failing health for some time. She was 74 years of age.

    Mrs. Addy was the former Mary Belle Sole, daughter of Joseph and Ruth Sole. She was born July 21, 1878. She was married to Charles M. Addy on Jan. 4, 1899. They began their married life on a farm in Jefferson township, but they moved to Winterset many years ago.

    Mrs. Addy leaves her husband; four children, Mrs. Geneva Little of Winterset, Clarence E. Addy of Omaha, Hugo H. Addy of Gainesville, Ga., and George W. Addy of Denver. A son, Woodrow, and two daughters, preceded her in death. She also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Perry Roderick of Earlham and Mrs. Clara Brittain of Winterset.

    Funeral services were held Sunday from Anderson's home for funerals, conducted by the Rev. Sehrman (Sherman) Hanson, pastor of the Winterset Church of Christ. Burial was made in the McDonald cemetery northeast of Winterset.

    Note: North McDonald Cemetery

    Mary married Charles Melvin ADDY 04 Jan 1899. Charles was born 24 Mar 1875, Cambridge, Guernsey, Ohio, USA; died 29 May 1957, Iowa City, Johnson County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. George Wayne ADDY was born 06 Nov 1919, Union, Madison, Iowa, USA; died 23 Feb 1963.
    2. Catharine ADDY was born Sep 1899, Iowa; died Bef 1910.
    3. Clarence Earl ADDY was born 01 Feb 1904, Jefferson, Madison, Iowa, USA; died Jan 1963.
    4. Geneva ADDY was born 11 May 1900, Madison, Madison, Iowa, USA; died 04 Oct 1994, Winterset, Madison, Iowa, USA.
    5. Victor Woodrow ADDY was born 30 Oct 1912, Madison, Madison, Iowa, USA; died 25 Apr 1947, North McDonald, Madison County, Iowa.
    6. Hugo Howell ADDY was born 23 Feb 1909, Union, Madison, Iowa, USA; died 15 Jun 1988, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California.
    7. Katherine Louise ADDY was born 12 Feb 1911, Jefferson, Madison, Iowa, USA; died 20 Jul 1911.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Joseph Robert SOLE was born 25 Aug 1846; died 01 May 1925, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Son of George W. and Sidney C. (Collins) Sole
    • Census: 1900, Living in Union, Madison County, Iowa

    Joseph married Ruth COX 13 Nov 1872. Ruth (daughter of Eli COX and Mary MILLS) was born 22 Sep 1851, Clinton County, Ohio; died 10 Jan 1903, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Ruth COX was born 22 Sep 1851, Clinton County, Ohio (daughter of Eli COX and Mary MILLS); died 10 Jan 1903, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1860, Living with parents in Center Twp., Madison Co., Iowa
    • Census: 1870, Living with parents in Union Twp., Madison Co., Iowa
    • Census: 1900, Living with husband in Union, Madison Co., Iowa

    Notes:


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    w/o Joseph R.
    d/o Eli & Nancy (Mills) Cox

    Winterset Madisonian - January 15, 1903

    Obituary

    Ruth, daughter of Eli and Mary Cox was born in Clinton county, Ohio, September 22, 1853, and died January 10, 1903.

    She was married to J. R. Sole November 13, 1872. To them were born seven children, five of whom and her husband are left to mourn her departure. In girlhood she confessed Christ and became a member of the Baptist church, and she lived and died with a church relationship in that Christian body. The funeral services were conducted from the North River U. B. church on Monday. E. W. Curtis.

    Note: Burial was made in the North McDonald cemetery.

    Children:
    1. 1. Mary Belle SOLE was born 21 Jul 1878, Madison County, Iowa; died 16 Oct 1953, Winterset, Madison, Iowa, USA; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.
    2. Elizabeth SOLE was born 26 May 1872; died 26 Mar 1890, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.
    3. Clara SOLE was born 01 Dec 1874, Madison County, Iowa; died 08 Apr 1955, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.
    4. Albert SOLE was born 27 Apr 1887, Madison County, Iowa; died 07 Feb 1952, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , Earlham Cemetery, Earlham, Madison Co., Iowa.
    5. Lillie May SOLE was born 1883, Madison County, Iowa; died 1883, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.
    6. Sidney Page SOLE was born 15 Sep 1876, Madison County, Iowa; died 19 Nov 1958, Adel, Dallas, Iowa, USA; was buried , Earlham Cemetery, Earlham, Madison Co., Iowa.
    7. George W. SOLE was born 06 Nov 1888, Madison County, Iowa; died 26 Jan 1950, Redfield, Dallas, Iowa, USA; was buried , Earlham Cemetery, Earlham, Madison Co., Iowa.


Generation: 3

  1. 6.  Eli COX was born 28 Aug 1825, Clinton County, Ohio (son of Isaac COX and Anna May SPRAY); died 22 Mar 1885, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Son of Isaac and Anna May (Spray) Cox
    • Occupation: 1860 - Carpenter
    • Occupation: 1870 - Farmer
    • Birth: 23 Aug 1825, Clinton, Ohio, USA
    • Census: 1850, Living in Chester, Clinton Co., Ohio
    • Census: 1860, Living in Center Twp., Madison Co., Iowa
    • Census: 1870, Living in Union, Madison County, Iowa
    • Census: 1880, Living in Union, Madison County, Iowa
    • Death: 12 Mar 1885, Madison, Iowa, USA

    Notes:

    In the 1880 Census, a grandchild, Floyd, born May 1879 was living with Eli and Mary. Not sure who he belongs to.

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    Winterset Madisonian-Winterset, Iowa
    April 2, 1885

    Eli Cox was born in Clinton County, Ohio on August 28, 1835 and died in Madison County, Iowa on March 22, 1885 aged 59 years, 7 months and 24 days. He was buried at the McDonald Cemetery in Jefferson township.
    ______________________________________________________________________ _____

    Winterset Madisonian - April 2, 1885
    Winterset, Iowa
    Page 4

    Eli Cox

    Eli Cox was born in Clinton Co., Ohio, Aug. 28 A. D. 1825, and died in Madison Co., Iowa, March 22 A. D. 1885, aged 59 years 7 months and 24 days. About 30 years of his life was spent in Clinton county, Ohio, and 27 years to Madison county, Iowa.

    He was one of the most honored and best citizens of this county and was a man of honest industry. He planned so as to always have plenty to do and whatever he found to do he did with his might. Blest with a strong constitution few men could have endured so much hard labor. By profession he was a carpenter and contracted extensively, building numerous bridges, schoolhouses, barns and houses all over this county and in Warren. Among the buildings he erected are the U. P. and Presbyterian churches in Winterset and the Opera House block, and the office of the MADISONIAN. In matters of religion he was quiet and reserved but he felt deeply and trusted in Christ. He held a birth-right membership in the Friends' Church. When confident that he must die he said he felt prepared and would die happy.

    He leaves his bosom companion and 12 children and numerous friends to mourn his loss but we are comforted in the thought that he will be ever happy in the companionship of the redeemed.

    After the funeral services on March 24th a procession of 40 teams moved to the McDonald burying ground in Jefferson township and laid his body in the tomb to await the resurrection morn. May God comfort the widow and children and make them an unbroken family in that morn when the King shall come in his beauty.

    E. W. Curtis, of U. B. Church.

    Eli married Mary MILLS 30 Jul 1846, Warren, Ohio, USA. Mary (daughter of Alexander MILLS and Sarah GILPIN) was born 28 Oct 1826, Hamilton, Indiana, USA; died 16 Apr 1909, Madison, Iowa, USA; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa. [Group Sheet]


  2. 7.  Mary MILLS was born 28 Oct 1826, Hamilton, Indiana, USA (daughter of Alexander MILLS and Sarah GILPIN); died 16 Apr 1909, Madison, Iowa, USA; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1850, Living with husband in Chester, Clinton Co., Ohio
    • Census: 1860, Living with husband in Center Twp., Madison Co., Iowa
    • Census: 1870, Living with husband in Union, Madison Co., Iowa
    • Census: 1880, Living with husband in Union, Madison Co., Iowa
    • Census: 1900, Living with son John in Union, Madison Co., Iowa

    Children:
    1. Mary COX was born Abt 1869, Iowa.
    2. Amos COX was born Abt 1856, Ohio.
    3. Anna C. COX was born 17 Aug 1861, Madison County, Iowa; died 28 Feb 1936, Winterset, Madison, Iowa, USA; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.
    4. Martha COX was born Abt 1866, Iowa.
    5. Milton COX was born Abt 1857, Iowa.
    6. John A. COX was born 13 Feb 1849, Clinton County, Ohio; died 30 Mar 1924, Webster, Madison County, Iowa.
    7. Amanda COX was born 1864, Iowa.
    8. Sarah COX was born 06 Dec 1847, Ohio; died 25 Apr 1915, Madison, Iowa, USA.
    9. George COX was born 06 Aug 1850, Ohio; died 07 May 1917; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.
    10. Alfred COX was born 23 Oct 1859, Madison County, Iowa; died 03 Jan 1938, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.
    11. 3. Ruth COX was born 22 Sep 1851, Clinton County, Ohio; died 10 Jan 1903, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.
    12. Henry COX was born Abt 1854, Ohio.


Generation: 4

  1. 12.  Isaac COX was born 1791; died Bef 1860.

    Isaac — Anna May SPRAY. Anna was born Mar 1795; died 28 Apr 1884; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa. [Group Sheet]


  2. 13.  Anna May SPRAY was born Mar 1795; died 28 Apr 1884; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1860, Living with son Eli, in Center Twp., Madison Co., Iowa
    • Census: 1870, Living with son Eli in Union Twp., Madison Co., Iowa

    Children:
    1. 6. Eli COX was born 28 Aug 1825, Clinton County, Ohio; died 22 Mar 1885, Madison County, Iowa; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.

  3. 14.  Alexander MILLS was born 1790, South Carolina (son of Gilbert MILLS and Martha MCGAW); died 1865, Tipton, Tipton, Indiana, USA; was buried , Turner Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton County, Indiana.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: 1850 - Farmer
    • Census: 1850, Living in Liberty, Tipton Co., Indiana
    • Census: 1860, Living in Liberty, Tipton Co., Indiana

    Notes:

    Not sure who Alexander's parents are. It possibly could be Gilbert Mills and Martha McGaw according ot "Mills of SC/GA/AL" by Brenda Drews at ancestry.com's family trees. She, however, shows Alexander's date of birth as abt. 1783. I will be putting them in, but futher research is needed.

    Find a grave lists Alexander's birth as 1793.

    Alexander married Sarah GILPIN 02 Apr 1813, Clinton, Ohio, USA. Sarah (daughter of Thomas GILPIN and Mary FLETCHER) was born 25 Feb 1795, Ireland; died 1875, Tipton County, Indiana; was buried , Turner Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton County, Indiana. [Group Sheet]


  4. 15.  Sarah GILPIN was born 25 Feb 1795, Ireland (daughter of Thomas GILPIN and Mary FLETCHER); died 1875, Tipton County, Indiana; was buried , Turner Cemetery, Sharpsville, Tipton County, Indiana.

    Other Events:

    • Census: 1850, Living with husband in Liberty, Tipton Co., Indiana
    • Census: 1860, Living with husband in Liberty, Tipton Co., Indiana
    • Census: 1870, Living with son Caleb, in Liberty, Tipton Co., Indiana

    Children:
    1. Andrew J. MILLS was born Abt 1817, Ohio; died 25 Apr 1874, Osage County, Kansas.
    2. Enos MILLS was born 1819, Warren County, Ohio; died 1886, Kansas.
    3. Rebecca MILLS was born 1821, Ohio; died 1888.
    4. Elizabeth MILLS was born 26 Jun 1824, Ohio; died 01 Nov 1908, Tipton County, Indiana.
    5. 7. Mary MILLS was born 28 Oct 1826, Hamilton, Indiana, USA; died 16 Apr 1909, Madison, Iowa, USA; was buried , North McDonald Cemetery, Winterset, Madison County, Iowa.
    6. Thomas MILLS was born Abt 1826, Ohio; died 05 Jul 1888, Bakers Corner, Hamilton County, Indiana.
    7. John MILLS was born 1828, Hamilton, Indiana, USA; died Aft 1880.
    8. Martha MILLS was born 30 Sep 1831, Hamilton, Indiana, USA; died 12 Apr 1909, Tipton County, Indiana.
    9. Caleb MILLS was born 23 Jan 1834, Hamilton, Indiana, USA; died 16 Sep 1892, Montgomery, Indiana.
    10. Sarah MILLS was born Abt 1839, Westfield, Hamilton County, Indiana; died 16 Jun 1930, Tipton County, Indiana.